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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 9, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT 'THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe


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

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- VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 9,1914. NUMBER 76.

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1 GERMAN VESSELS ARRIVE RUNAWAY R COUPLE C l[ MARRIED[ IN SOME CANDIDATES fAlll lO FILE[ ADMIRAL BADGER SENDS
The council Fri It will be
city yesterday set good news to many that

WITH ARMS AND AMMU ORlANDO LAST T NIGHTBride day of next week as the date when the Orlando-Indian river highway, SWORN STATEMENTS FLEET TO INTERCEPTTWO

NITION FOR HUERTA all companies having wires on polesin .which is to give the people of this BIG CARGOES

Orlando shall be given a hearing section a short road to the coast and

Graduated From Apopka High on the proposed ordinance to remove at the same time open up a trade Will Result in Eliminating Their

fAAV'NOT BE MM 10 UNLOAD School Taking Prominent Part the wires and place them under- ,territory of great value to Orlando Names from the Official Ballot .. ONE Rf[POR1f D 10 IE mm

ground. merchants, is under construction and
in the Exercises in PrimaryThe
Some time ago the council adopted the time is rapidly approaching when

HUERTA CHARGES THAT LANDING a resolution submitted by Commis- I the Orlando subscription will be IF CUSTOM HOUSE AT PUERTO
the exercises of her failure of of the candidates
Following grad
some -
OF TROOPS WAS VIOLATION sioner S. A. Johnson that all over- needed. MEXICO IS SEIZED THE ARM-
uation from the Apopka high school 1 to file sworn statements of expense -
OF MEDIATION AND TO head wires should be placed under- Messrs. M. B. Dooley and C. A. ISTICE WILL BE ENDED AND
last night, during which she read the with the clerk of the court byMay
EXTEND LINES WOULD DIS ground within a certain time. No Raulerson, of the Geneva Board of
class will and made the presentationfor 7 will cause their names to be FIGHTING WILL COMMENCE
time was mentioned in the resolution, Trade, were in Orlando yesterday and
TURB STATUS QUO the class, Miss Weeta Carpenter left off the official primary ballot.It IN EARNEST
the matter being referred to City At- reported good progress on the road.
r escaped the vigilance of her parents, transpires that all candidates for
torney Massey to draw an ordinance, The Geneva end of the road is to begin -

Washington, May 8.-(Special.)_ who were, on the alert for somethingof leaving the time limit to be decided soon and it is expected that the member of the county school board Washington, May 8.-(Special.)-
the kind, and left the school house with the exception of the
Today'a developments in the Mexican present
later. work will be completed in the course Admiral Badger has dispatched the
in the of her affianced husband members failed to make the statement
warlike turn. company -
situation took a more
Yesterday another resolution was of six weeks. Messrs. Dooley and Birmingham and the Dixie and a fleet
It is felt here that the United a young Mr. Brown, and comingto required by the corrupt practices -
Raulerson Mr. of destroyers to the
adopted inviting the local and long were accompanied by intercept ship-
Orlando married at 11:30last act, and according to the letterof
States has reached a point where was
now distance telephone companies, the and Mrs. W. A. Whitcomb, of Geneva. ment of arms for Huerta consinged
the law have thus eliminated
them-
the administration must either back night.
Postal and Western Union telegraph The road between Orlando and that to Puerto Mexico on two German
down and out of Mexico fight. The young lovers were followed by selves from further participation in
or
companies, and the Orlando Light and point they report to be in fair condi steamships, according to an unofficial
the father of the bride and several he contest.
Huerta today charged this govern- Water company to appear before the tion. For a long distance it is a pine report to the navy department tonight
ment with the violation of the armis- others, and it was a warm and exciting None of the county commissioners
council at the meeting to be held the straw road, and some of this has been

tice by its occupation of Vera Cruz. i chase, 'but the pursuing party afternoon of Friday, May 15, to present burned out, but it will require little has any opposition, and none of the It is stated that one German ship

He threatens to withdraw entirely I reached Orlando just a little too late, their views on the proposed improvement work to put it in condition.It other county officers has any, so has already reached Puerto Mexico,

from mediation. He has so far entirely the ceremony having been performed will be necessary to construct abridge they are safe. The primary law gives but whether the munitions have been

disregarded the demands of I but a few minutes before their arrival over the St. John's river' in county candidates until May 12 to landed is not known.If .

this government for information I by Mr. Justin Van Buskirk, notary qualify, but the corrupt practices act they have ashore the
making the Orlando to Indian river gone capture -
about the safety of Vice-Consul Sil- public, in his office in the Rock building requires that the first sworn state-
of the Puerto Mexico
lEE E COUNTY IS TO FORM AN highway, but the bridge will be short. custom
liman, who is reported to be a pris opposite the San Juan hotel Mr. Dooley said yesterday that the ment shall be filed not later than house' will be necessary in order to

oner of the federals at Saltillo. The bride is said to be an unusually twenty-five days prior to the date of
AUDUBON D B N SOCIETY work could be pushed faster if all the seize; the arms.
the awaited bright and attractive girl She the This is
Tonight war department funds that had been subscribed were primary. an inconsistency As this would be a violation of the

word that will send an overwhelming is jdst eighteen years of age, and in hand and the Orlando Board of which ought to be remedied by armistice with Huerta the seizure of

force into Mexico. The word may parental objection to the marriagewas future legslation, but the law
As Result of a Visit and Lecture by Trade committee in charge of this must the arms will be a war measure and
come at any moment. decided and obstinate. stand as it is and be observed until
will end the mediation
Dr. W. F. Blackman of work will start out early next weekto proceedings.
Backed by alarming reports from such changes'are made.
Rollins close the subscription list and get Whether this will be authorized
College
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Mexico City and the demand of Fun- the The read has The second statement must be filed from Washington is not known.
Elf CTRICAL DEVICE[ WILL\\ RECOR R[ RD D money. project
ston for reinforcements, a majorityof many advantages, and the land com- not more than twelve days and not
the cabinet pressed for a swift and Fort Myers, Fla., May 8.The or-
less than eight days before the elec-
panies on the other side of the river
decisive demonstration of the powerof VOTES[ IN HOUSE[ ganization of a Lee county Audubon have built a sixty-foot highway to tion or as early as May 21 and not MIAMI Will POT Oil ON IISExperiments

the United States to pacify Mex society is to be the practical outcomeof later than May 25. .
connect with the Geneva end. The
ico. Secretary Bryan bitterly foughtthe a meeting held yesterday in the : entirfe length of the road to Mims The third and final statement must NATIVE[ R ROCS ROADS R S
Is to Save the Time Taken
plan, holding out for more delay. Object Up council chamber in the interests of I from Orlando will be about forty- be filed within ten days after the

The president might have agreed to by the Many Roll Calls in bird protection. After an interestingand eight miles. At Mims the road con- mary and is therefore due on or pri-I

Funston's plea for reinforcements to the Lower House instructive address by Dr. W. F. nects with the national highway, and fore June 12. Show That It Will Make

day but for the muddle which the me -... Blackman, president of the Florida is within a short distance, either Chapter 6470, section 26, requiresthat the Roads Last Much

diation negotiations have produced. Washington, May 8.-Members of Audubon society, a committee was north or south, of tide water. a sworn statement and the re Longer __

Sending relief to Funston would be the house will have their votes recorded appointed to make arrangements for ceipt of the county committee be filed !

a disturbance of the status quo anda with the electrical device at the organization of a local branch of I with the clerk twenty days before the I Miami, Fla., May Experiments

breach of the armistice with Huerta the opening of the next session of: this society. This committee includes DESTRUCTIVE[ [ TORNADO NITS primary, this making May 13 the last calling for the use of crude oil with

justifying an immediate attack by congress. Decisions to install such a I Dr. J. E. Brecht, W. Stanley Hanson, day. 50 per cent. of asphaltum on Dade

General Maas on the American troopsat device was agreed upon at a confer Judge Wilkinson, the Rev. George W. AVANNAH S. A. L l. WHARfHad Section 11 of the same chapter county's colithic rock roads will be

Vera Cruz. of house leaders. Rexford and Frank Carson. As soon
ence makes it necessary that all poll taxesbe made by County Commissioner Sam-

The cabinet had before it a protest The house will be asked to appro as the committee has made investiga paid on or before May 9 for onto e uel A. Belcher, the county commis-

from Huerta filed through the media priate $20,000 to purchase the,appa tions regarding a constitution and bylaws It Struck Office Building Nearby be entitled to vote in the primary. sioners having authorized the placingof

tors against the landing of guns from ratus. The scheme is to simplify and| and perfected other preliminaryarrangements Many Lives Would Probably an order for eight thousand gal

the warships at Vera Cruz and the shorten the roll calls, which now consume another meeting will TWELVE JURORS TO TRY BECKER lons of Texas liquid asphalt road oil
extension of Funston's lines as a violation be called at which the Have Been Lost
considerable time. new society HAVE BEEN SECURED
at a cost of five cents a gallon for
of the armistice. will be formally launched. I.
New York, May 8.-Work of selecting use on Twelfth and Twentieth streets.A .
The administration received news TWO LIVES LOST IN BIRMINGHAM Dr. Blackman considered his sub- Savannah, Ga., May 8.-Damage a jury was resumed at the number of experiments with oil

today of the arrival of two German FIRE ject more from economic stand. that will probably amount to more
an opening this morning of the third day on the roads of this section have been

vessels at Puerto Mexico laden wiAl Birmingham, Ala., May .-(Special point than as a matter of sentimentHe :. than $30,000 was done to the propertyof of Charles Becker's trial for the mur made and tend to prove that this sub-

arms and ammunition for Huerta. Two lives lost in fire I said birds had three the Seaboard Air Line
)- were a distinct eco- Railway der of Herman Rosenthal. One ol r stance will lengthen the life of the

the navy department Secretary Dan which destroyed the four story build: nomic uses, namely, the destruction company on Hutchinson Island dur the first talesmen to be examined, highways for some years, if properly

iels refused to say whether the ships ing occupied by the Birmingham Rail of noxious weed seeds, of insects and ing the storm Thursday afternoon Paul D. Camors, a bond salesman, applied, say those who have kept in

would be allowed to unload or not way, Light and Power company this : of small rodents. Statistics show that when a tornado of great velocity was accepted as juror No. 7. touch with the situation. The great

Secretary Garrison said no new or afternoon. The dead are Mooedy birds destroy many tons of weed wrecked buildings, tore down telephone Becker, who has not been allowecto trouble heretofore has been in learning

ders had been issued covering the Childress and Walter Smith. seeds during single that the poles and wires and lifted
a season; a receive his wife in the Tombs, came the best way to use oil, as well as

movements of troops and declined to total annual loss to the country from large shed from a wharf and cast i it t into the court room a half hour earlyto the proper manner in which to build
answer when asked whether reserves should be suspended during the period insects is loss into the river.
$1,200,000,000 a ex talk to her. The pair drew away the county roads.

were about to be called outDoes of negotiations. To this Secretary deeding the total public debt, and thatmany The tornado struck the terminals s from others in the room and talked After many years' experimenting it
Not Consider There Is a Forma Bryan replied that it was assumed
birds perform a distinct service about 5:30 o'clock and lasted for in low tones. has been found that roads made of

Armistice there would be a suspensionof by eating mice, moles, rabbitsand nearly ten minutes. Had it passed i I The trial will begin in earnest tomorrow colithic rock are best when built with-
Washington, May 8.-Secretary o:f hostilities except ,to repel attack.
other
rodents.
injurious
thousand feet further to the southward morning with an outline o f out a crown, or better still with a
State Bryan admitted early today General Huerta's answer was understood
Referring more particularly to th it would have wrecked the of the state's case by the district attor slight depression in the middle, so
that this government had received a to be an acceptance but the exact
birds of Lee county, Dr. Blackmansaid flee building in which scores of clerks ney., Witnesses by whom the killingof that the rains do not wash the pulver
note from the South American mediators terms have not been given out I
Fort Myers should realize the
and employes of the company were Rosenthal will be established are ized rock away. It is now thought
in which complaint is made by Mr. Bryan has several times pointedout I
value of several rookeries within
!aday's working. expected to be heard before the clos that this style of highway will be
the Huerta government that American i- that this did not constitute a
trp from the city, and which Like a tall column of black smokes of the day. Monday Jack Rose will vastly benefited by the oil to be applied -
operations at Vera Cruz are i in formal armistice but only an wi:
assumption contain
many beautiful plumage whirling and twisting everything in i take the stand to tell of the conspiracy by Mr. Belcher.

violation of the armistice. that hostilities would be suspended i j such as the long white heron, the pin) its path, the tornado was first seen to which resulted in the convictionof Other experiments conducted under

Asked as to the details of the note except to resist aggression. I I curlew, the white ibis, wood ibis, th the westward of the big railway; Becker at the first trial. The jury the direction of a United States gov-
Mr. Bryan said: Article VII. of The Hague convention

: wood duck and numerous other tarnd e piers. Several small shacks to the was completed at 5:30 this evening. ernment expert, have shown conclu-
"It sets forth what Huerta to which the United States
simply abe
birds now fast disappearing from the west of the docks were picked up and I sively, it is said, that oil when applied -

says. A reply to the note will Mexico are signatories, provides specifically ,I country. He said that in her birds I carried for more than a thousand.. BASEBALL RESULTS hot tends to greatly increasethe

made." on troop movements pending the country had an attraction which yards and tree in
.1 a directly pate ] National League wearing quality of the material
Ambassador Da Gama of Brazil medation follows
as : I
., tourists would come miles to see. H was twisted out of the ground, car- St. Louis 0, Cincinnati 3. used in practically all roads of this
and Ministers Naon of Argentina and "Article VII. The of
acceptance referred to the trip made him and ried
by a distance of fifty feet into the Chicago-Pittsburg; wet grounds. section.
Suarez of Chile were astir earl: mediation can not, unless there be an
Mr. Hanson to the rookeries in the
air and the
dropped on tracks just Brooklyn-Philadelphia; wet grounds.BostonNew ; .
None of the mediators would discussthe agreement to the contrary, have, the Big Cypress and said that .
swamp, back of the railway company's offices. I York; wet grounds. VILLA EXPECTS TO TAKE SAL-
news emanating from Mexico City effect of interrupting, delaying or hindering while out he had identified between I American League TILLO FROM FEDERALS

regarding the Huerta protest. mobilization or other measures forty and fifty different species of COUNTY ASSESSOR BEGINS I I Ibe i Boston 3, New York 0. Torreon, May 8.-(Special.)-Villa
It was thought that the envoyswould or preparation for war. this
birds, some of so rare as to !: WRITING HIS BOOKS '! Chicago 8, Detroit 10. announced today that he would leaven
go to the state departmentnegotiate to I "If mediation occurs after the com' 1!found almost nowhere else the I,
on continent I Washington 9, Philadelphia 9. Tex within a few days for Saltillo, saying
further regarding the mencement of hostilities it
,
p causes no
I The work of compiling the top innings; darkness. that there are 15,000 federals there

test.When interruption to the military operations L-J I The meeting was presided over ban ,books for the year has begun by As-i I Federal LeaguesSt. but he expects an easy victory never-
the United States would reply in unless there be I
progress Dr. J. B. Porter and
thosein Arthur Butt and his .
among sessor I Louis 7, Pittsburg 6. theless. Villa says he now has 20,000men
to the envoys' note was not mad agreement to the "
contrary. attendance were several guides an Misses, Ruth Hendricks and CarrieDade. ;, Kansas City 5, Buffalo 8. under his command and 13,000
known. President Wilson is said I to To what extent the
s present woodsmen
suspension who
gave practical suggestions This is a tedious and volumi-i Baltimore-Indianapolis; rain. will be (detailed to Saltillo, where bewill
have been informed last night of the at Vera Cruz under o
operates as to the best methods to be nous task, and will require severala 1 Brooklyn-Chicago; rain. personally direct the attack.
Huerta government's communicatioand these rules appears, therefore, to depend ,
followed by the 'I
proposed months.
society Three books are made at*! Southern League
it is expected that the subject. largely on the construction of o
I its work of protecting the Lee county one time, the assessor calling off the Chattanooga 8, Atlanta 6. THE WEATHER
would be considered at the cabinetmeeting. the informal understanding that it; birds. I
descriptions and writing one book Montgomery 6, Mobile 4. Florida: Generally fair Saturday ,
was assumed hostilities would be .
suspended himself whle the young ladies write! New Orleans 6, Birmingham 3. and Sunday.
Officials out that neither the to attack.
point except repel During the absence of Dr. J. F. the, other two. For some time now South Atlantic League
United States nor General Huerta Leading authorities on international 1
McKinnon
superintendent of publ cjthe i assessor will be incommunicado, Savannah 7, Columbus 5. Fashion magazines for June at I
has entered into formal law hold that armistice (
yet any arm an truceor instruction
Mr. F.
H. Williams, Ube e for the work in hand requires his Jacksonville 21, Columbia 2. Curtis & O'Neal's book, stationeryand
istice. What occurred this The of hostilities '
was should
: suspension
:I supervisor of registration, will ha recharge whole attention, and visitors don't Charleston 9, Albany 5. music store, next postoffice. Cro-
mediators suggested that hostilities1' definite and exact, and not implied. of his office.
aid him much. Macon 6, Augusta 5. quet sets.
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RESOURCESReal

Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
tY' Delaney & AbernethyNext Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
Stocks and Bonds . . . .. . . 26,018.33
Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02

Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida. $904,906.09

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS MIIIIIIMHIMHIIIIMMiliMIMIIIItHMIIiimiMI Bills payable . . . . . . . None

. Chuluota, Fla., May 7.-We are :, Deposits . . . .. . . . 770,793.72

having summer now in earnest. : Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 ,
The cattlemen have been very busy : Special SaleOF I
- for the past month penning cattle : : $904,906.09
,_ and gathering their herds togetherfor I I I r

the annual marking and branding. : : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
Mrs. Mattie Lusader and Mrs. W.
: Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
I. Higgins, who have been visiting

..r' their sister, Mrs. Billie Jacobs, returned : Increase in 37 days . . .. . 121tf, 08.81
to their home in Orlando Mont"
Gas RangesRealizing : Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . .. . . . 521,167.38
> day.Mrs.. M. N. Lue, who has been : Deposits April llth, 1914 . . ,. . 770,793.72

spending a few days with Mr. and : Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
'. Mrs. G. M. Jacobs, returned homer

Monday. : : Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
N. C. Jacobs and Gaston Jacobs : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
I' spent Monday in Orlando on busi : t Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

ness.Mr.. and Mrs. A. S. Massingill, Miss that now is the best time to put in a Gas : friends and customers for making such a statement pos
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Anna Bentley and Ulysses Bentley I I
Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather : ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
spent a couple of days in Orlando this
week having dental work done. we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at a great M lll *.t: eiMMMMI8IMItMtMMM
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during ,
last
:J. the picnic at Geneva Saturday. ,
F J. Tilden Jacobs spent Monday in Our proposition is this: i -
if Sanford attending the school board To THE WEST
F meeting. If you already have service pipes in your house we r ,

Miss. May Prevatt, of Geneva, spent will give you : VIASMINOU
Hammond & Gore
f Friday and Saturday here, the guest [ [ LlMIHnI
her brother, J. A. Prevatt.
F. M. Story and son Frank are cow 20 cent. off __
Orlando
per Lv uuu 3:13 pm J FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
.:1'of hunting in the south this week. : Ar Jacksonville uu_._ 7:30 pm
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Smith, of Ovie- I Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
do, were pleasant callers at the Palm on any range in the house.If I Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.l.__11:10 pm REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L...__ 1:15 am
"' last Thursday. your service is not already in we will give you I Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am COMPARE
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and little daughter : Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
of Oviedo, called at the Palm Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga. 6:20 am
, Sunday. 10 cent offand Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am OUR FURNITURE
per Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p
The May day picnic at Lake Pickett Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
last Friday was a great success.: install the service (up to 60 feet.) Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C...__ 7:46 pm We provide the quality furniture that has long
1 Everybody reports a pleasant time. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C....._.. 9:35 pm been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
. The Woman's Ar Cairo, III, I. C..________11:07 pm standard of merit. If an article ig here it is good.
Missionary Society FREE OF CHARGE ; Ar Carbondale, III, I. C____12:13 am can't make
' It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We
met at the home of Mrs. M. E. Jacobs
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am clear-it is of the foundation stonesof
this point too one
last Thursday night. The large sit on streets where we have mains.
! Ar Centralia, III, L C.u___ 1:38 am this business, and that means much to any buyer.
ting room was prettily arranged and Ar Matoon, III, L C.__..__ 3:20 am
f decorated with cedar and roses. The Call and see our line of Ranges and Ar Champaign, III, L C..... .(:29 am -z.
I subject was the South American countries Ar Kankak'ee, I1L, L C._____ 6:20 am McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
; which was very nicely handled. Ar Chicago, 111., I. C.__.... 7:50 am ,
: Following this was the business meet Solid Through Trains-Composed of A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
;I" ing, after which Miss Bertha played a DO IT NOW observation, compartment, drawing- J
march and all marched into the dining room, section, sleeping cars, 3Jee .
chair between Jacksonville
reclining ,
cars -
room where elegant cake and lemonade
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and Chicago, and Jacksonville
were served. This was followed nd St. ,Louis. All meals in dining
,; by a pleasant social hour and a guessing NOTICE I Dr/BucKmaster
| game prepared by Miss Rosa Jacobs car.For t" kets and Pullman car reser- Change of Schedule Clyde St.II
the hostess' daughter. Everyone vations, all on Johns River Steamers
1. went home feeling that they had W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Until further notice the steamers Osteopathic Physician

spent a profitable and enjoyable even- rlanuo' Water & D. W.or WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, of this line will leave Sanford at i
Avenue
. -. ing. LigM Ol. Atlantic Coast Line, 11:30 o'clock a. m. I 132 Orange
Orlando.Put N. M. TUPPER, Supt.
Next door to People's Bank,
J. B. CALDER, Agent.
Open work stockings are now the I
Acute and chronic

fashion for women, and it is to be Gas money in thy purse by advertising Sanford, Fla., March 26,1914.If up-stairs.
Department diseases treatedTelephone
hoped that a few threads at least will in the Sentinel
want yoar bicycle fixed in,:
you
. be visible here and there. I a hurry take it to Warman's Repair I I 578. ,
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I 4PKA ITEMSMr. APOPKA HIGH SCHOOL I CLUB WOMEN OPERATE TROL- RUMMAGE SALE &t..II..t.I' 'JI."IIIII..OIIIII

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISESThe LEY CARS The Ladies' Aid Society of the

I. I. Turner and Milton Rhodes Des Moines, la., May 7.-Nearly Methodist church will hold a rum- :

left Wednesday for ,Jacksonville. commencement exercises of 400 club women here today braved mage sale on Friday and Saturday, I !
Major Steinmetz, of Wekiwa the Apopka High school will be held the rain to observe the annual "trol- May 8 and 9, in the store on Church :

Springs, was in town on business last Friday, May 8th 1914, at 8 o'clock, ley day" by acting as street car con- street recently occupied by J. S.I I

Tuesday. p. m., at the Presbyterian church. ductors. A percentage of the day's Rowland. Any one having donations I ORLANDO

H. H. McClure and son, Hugh, wentto The program is as follows: proceeds will be turned over by the will please telephone 528.

Jacksonville to the reunion, Program company to the women's club.

Wednesday. Music Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., I
Mr. Invocation ______ Rev. E. Lee Smith A New Jersey school superintendent for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and :
f Gilyard, representing a whole Music decides that rule made Pepper Crates. 4-29m I Water &
a by one II Co.
sale hardware house of Tampa, was I Light
in town Tuesday. Salutatory _________ Queen Womble of his subordinates, though utterly CAN YOU AFFORDTo
History __________ Knox M. Calvert silly, should be obeyed until repealedin I
Mr. Houghton, of Ocala, representing Music the regular way. In other words spend your valuable time asking I

Baker, Holmes & Co., was in Class Will ______ Weetta CarpenterClass orders is orders until countermandedby your neighbors and friends to look :
town'on business last Tuesday. up a house or rooms for when :
you
Prophecy __ I Dabney Jackson the boss. ElectricityGas
Gerald Wilkins was on the sick list Song you can get the most information and :

Wednesday. Mrs. Wilkins attended "Gathering Rowers in May" _Girls For the news, read The Sentinel. valuable selections from the columns :

the store while he was away.J. Junior Paper _________ L D. Geiger of the Morning Sentinel?

Day, of Ocala, was in town last Presentation _____ Weeta Carpenter NOTICE Water Ice
Tuesday in the interests of Porter, Music
The following named were appointed Clerks MIIIIIIIIMMMIIMMM
Mallard & Co., of Jacksonville. Valedictory __________ Minnie Ryan and Inspectors of the Election to be held June
S. S. Cunningham is building a Music 2, 19U. By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Orange County, Florida: For Sale I Office-.No. J8 West
shed for his horse the lot his Central
on near Class Address __ Judge J. M. Cheney No. 1. Orlando. South-W. M. Brittain, Ave.
t clerk D. J. Beidler, J. E. Crawford. R. S.
tore. G. A. Moore is doing the ;
Presentation of Diplomas _______ Cohoon, inspectors.No. .
carpenter work. ______________ Hon. W. R. O'Neal 2, Orlando. North H. A. Newell, clerk; I have the following
Frank Guernsey, Hugh C. Allen, W. S.
R. B. Addison field of the
manager Duet "Graduates' Farewell .
: Song" Branch, Jr., inspectors. properties which I offer
Orlando Business College, was in No. S, Winter Park-F. M. Shepherd
_____ Queen Womble, Minnie Ryan Telephone No. 6SFrillallOSllfflffl'
clerk: Philip Dale T. M. Hen el, A. Schultz at ATTRACTIVE PRICES
town last Tuesday, soliciting for that inspectors.
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institution.The No.4. Maitland-Wm. B. Willett clerk: prior to going north:
Mrs. Heinish of Clarcona in
was
S. B. Hill, W. E. Simmons, Isaac Vander-
regular monthly meeting of town shopping last Tuesday.Dr. pool. inspectors. One California Bungalow
No. 5, Lockhart-J. E. Rose clerk; P. M.
the Woman's Mission Society will be Clinkenbeard and Mr. Reddingwere Moreley. Chas. F. Russ H. M. Rouse, in ; one two-story house
held at the Baptist church Tuesday business visitors to Orlando on spectors. (corner lot.) Intending
No. 6, Apopka-W. T. Champneys clerk; .II.II..IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.lllilllllllllll.1
afternoon at 3:30. All members are Monday.J. E. Liebmif. A. W. Evans D. W. High, in buyers will do well to get
requested to be present and all visi B. Mills of Clarcona and his spectors. .
,
No. 7, Bay Ridge-J. E. Merrill, clerk; in touch with me on
tors, who may desire to come will family were in town on business last Geo. Conro,. L. Pike, Henry Schopke in
above whichare
spectors. properties,
receive a cordial welcome. Wednesday.Mr. No. 8. Zellwood-W. A. Chapman, clerk; both . ... . . ,1111111111,11
Mr. Henry Brown, of Birmingham, W. G. Peek was a business visitor M. F., inspectors.No. McDonald. L. A. Osborne, ZStrong M. new and well ...

Ala., spent the week-end with his Wednesday to Ocoee, Winter 9. Clarcona-A. D. Davis, clerk: J. W. located.
Dann, I. H. M. Harden, Wm. H. Behrens
niece Mrs. Alfred Haying
Eldredge. Garden and Oakland.
traveled over the States, portionsof I. M. Jackson and family will start inspectors.No.. 10.. Ocoee W. P. Blakeley. clerk; L FRED B. DALE [ r
M Moore W. J. Minor. Thos. Hudson, in-
Europe, South America and the for their home in West Virginia Saturday s pec tors. I
islands of the sea, Mr. Brown declares of this week. No. II. Winter Garden- W. Bray, clerk: 306 ANDERSON STREET .
i A. S. Thornton, M. V. Dillard, R. P. Wright
that Florida pleases him most Mrs. I. I. Turner and little daughterare inspectors.. : PHONE 376HltMIMIMIIIMIIHMH
of all and especially Apopka. No. I!. Oakland-Arthur Speer, clerk; JH. Our new line for the Spring
the week in
spending Orlando, the .- Sadler, Hugh Connell, S. F. Briley. in-
Miss Mattie Mae Williford went to guests of her father.A s pec tors. and Summer season of 1914 is
No. 13, Gotha-C. P. Belknap, clerk; RalphE.
Kissimmee Friday, to attend and take building permit was granted tWill 0 Kline. W. M. Moseley. A. L. Maclean, in- now complete. Never in the history
part in a musical recital. We would Marshall for the erection of a pectors. of
No. 14. Orange Center-W. W. Bonn WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES our business have we
suppose that her rendition of Men bungalow in North Apopka.Dr. clerk; J. E. Maddox, W. H. Bronson J. R. been able
delssohn's Roudo Boston, inspectors. AND DO ALL KINDS OF to show such a line of
Capricioso musthave McCall, Dr. Clnkenwood and No. 15, Taft-C. H. Hartley, clerk; B. Brescott. : and
been very pleasing to the audience Miss Ruby Wilson were in Winter W. E. Murphy W. G. Sphaler ins -' o D'fl CAL REPAIRING new timely goods for Eas

judging from the huge bouquet Garden Monday on business. pectors.No. 16. Pine Castle-J. W. Matchett. clerk; ter selling. Our line of Dress
of long-stemmed carnations tha Mrs. L M. Turner; wife of our gen Paul Macy, W. M. Hansell. J. A. Wilkes, I Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli-
nspeetors.
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accompanied her home. ial barber, went to Orlando last Tues No. 17. Conway-H. T. Arnold clerk; G. ?ff nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and !
W. Crawford L. Garrett W. J. Conoley, in- notions is
Among the letters and complete-the styles \
correspondence day to visit her father, J. N. Lee. pectors..
coming to the News office this Prof. J. C. Nixon, principal of the No. 18, Fort Christmas-W. A. Tucker, are varied enough to suit ;
clerk; G. a Coward, Drew Tucker J. W. the.taste of and the '
one prices in
week was a note from W. J. Sears, of high school of this place, went to Orlando Savage, inspectors. f every are keeping with
Kissimmee, candidate for congress on business last Wednesday No. 19. Pickett-Will Tanner, clerk; I. L. t' every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the !
Hodges, J. F. Story. H. W. Tanner, inspect-: DR. L H. Easter trade we are going to sell
from the Fourth district, which con night RAMSDELL our new goods from \ \
tained dollar on.No.. %0. Fish-Geo. Fish, clerk: D. W.'i the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25 cent
for
a one year's subscription Mrs. Nellie Booth and daughter, Miss Rouse Allen Hancock W. J. Callicutt. in- OPTOMETRIST than per ; ;
I cheaper the
to the News. Many thanks, Averill of St. visiting s pectors.. regular prices.
Petersburg, are -
(Successor
t to Dr. 0. P. LWII
M. 0. OVERSTREET, Chairman. ) We will appreciate and be more than
Mr. Sears. It is with pleasure we in Apopka, the guests of Mr. and Attest: B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk. j pleased to show
place your name on our subscription Mrs. A. J. Walker. I (Seal.) 'ORLANDO, FLORIDAJ you our line if you will call on us.MllllillilMllliiMi .

list. :Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Grigsby, of
Prof. H. P. Carpenter, of Monte- Cleveland, Tennessee, arrived in town

verde, principal of the Monteverde Wednesday evening on a visit to hiss

industrial school, and Mr. Lowry, o: sister, Mrs. John Love. H. I KANNER f NeW York Bargain tore

the same town, were in Apopka last The city council gave orders for thee 7t crbII i
Monday and closed the deal for th immediate laying of the concrete side-
purchase of eighty acres of land located walk on the south side of Fourth St. D PAINT MII8MIM , .

in Lake county, of the FrankH. from Park to Hawthorn ave. j

Davis Real Estate company. Mr :Mr. Myers, Lake Apopka wholesale ; g " " " "
Davis also reports the sale of lot and retail fish merchant, will leave .

numbered 76 and 77, block E, on the for Connecticut next week, where he

south side of Fifth street, to D. W. will remain for the season. 7CO

High, who intends to build a resi :Mr. and :Mrs. Milton Rhodes, of 6 AR2ENPAINT&COIOR = Beck & PaynesCash

dence upon it for himself and fam :loultrie, Ga., with their three children ..ICAGO NASHVat4t

ily to live in. are visiting Apopka, the guests
F. H. Harrison, of Tampa, was in i of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Walker.
town on business last week. A Greek merchant from Tarpon Grocery

Mrs. W. C. McCall went to Greenville Springs was in town Thursday looking -

South Carolina, this week to over the town with a view of establishing -

spend Mr. the and summer.Mrs. Will Adams are on stand. a restaurant and fruit
ST APlf & fANCY
GROCRIS[ [
the sick list this week. Dr. McCall Mrs. Jennie Brown, of Birmingham,

is in attendance.An Ala., arrived Wednesday afternoon.
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officer from the Pinkerton detective She will be the guest of her niece, ____ J

agency has been in town investigating Jrs. Alfred Eldredge for severeal
the bank robbery this weeks. \ Nice new stock. White Rose

week.E. The last statement of the
State
E. White and family, who came Bank of Apopka shows an increase of 1'JOJ'J Uj"lJ'Jrro : brand Canned goods, Fox River But'e

here from Colorado over a year ago, $554,017.91 in the deposits during the -

moved to Orlando, where he is employed last two years. Not bad for a little ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-

last Tuesday. town like Apopka. !JlLJryJ
The store vacated last week by Sam Miss Kathleen Mitchell, who has Q ine. Call and get our cash prices.
Cunningham is being used as a warehouse been spending the winter at the Way J
by S. W. Eldredge, in which side Inn, expects to return to her p .-

to' store hay, and other articles of home in Rochelle, N. Y., tomorrow e

merchandise.The ([Saturday.) 11 West Robinson AvenueftMillimiMftHltllltlltlimtmiMMMmilllM

Fide) ty and Casualty company A. C. Starbird, Prof Nixon and the

of New York, who carried the African Bishop, T. J. Bryant, were

burglary insurance on the State bank, among the callers at the News office .
had an agent in town last week to this week. Bishop Bryant left an order -

investigate the robbery and adjust for job work.A. I

their claim.A. W. Walker, of Tennessee, left MllilllllMlilllHUIIHiMIMiMMIilllMIIHimtiJust
C. Starbird, superintendent of Apopka for his home for a short stay,
the Consumers' Lumber and Veneer to
preparatory making arrangementsto
Remember that the paint cost much less
company, returned home last Frid to build on the lot purchased by him
one-half
than the painting-not over or even Received
evening after spending several days from Mr. Greene Clarke, on Orange .ne-third as much.
looking up timber in the neighborhood avenue."I Therefore, you want the work to last as longas
of Crystal river. would rather promise nothingand possible. Measure the cost of your paint.
The directors of the State Bank of accomplish much, than to prom ing by dividing the total cost of painting and Embroidered Organdy Edgings.
Apopka held a meeting at the bank ise much and accomplish nothing is repainting in a given period by the number
of service. This will give the
of
last Thursday morning, at which they the motto of W. J. Sears letterhead years jou "
cost of paint and painting. and
average per year Something new dainty
discussed the robbery and decided to received at this office this week. I t This means that the job that costs you ,

order a new safe, vault, etc. Business strikes us that a man who practice $50.00 and last five years will be cheaper than

goes on at the bank as usual.A. that will make a good congressman.H. one costing $40 and lasting three years. Hereis

C. Starbird went to H. H. Witherington went to Jacksonville where other people's experience comes in.' MISSES lAHLTON & DOT
Tuesday of this week to attend a to attend the reunion of the Ithas been proved over and over that W.P.
Paint costs no more for the first painting and
meeting of the commissioners
county Confederate volunteers last Tuesday In
short
last twice as long as "cheap paint.
he having been appointed to fill out L. P. Lane, of this town is among in would ,cost no. more to paint a house of for
the unexpired term of S. W. Eldredge, the reunion visitors in Jacksonvil]e 5,000 square feet of surface with "W. P." Agents Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

who resigned on being appointed this week. He left here last Tues than with "just-as-good" paint and it will
postmaster of this place. last several years longer-a saving of fully )PatternsDon't

One hundred and seventy-two vic day.Mr.. Carl Rupee, who has bee I .fifty per cent in "W.P"A. _

tims, leaving 72 widows and 152 spending the winter with his siste,

orphan children, besides great damage Mrs. T. J. Smith, for his health, re I

to property, is the toll exacted turned Wednesday to his home i in L. BECK CO.
LUMBER wait for every one in town to Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
'by the explosion in the coal mine Rome, Ga., much benefitted. M r. have Entrican, the painter, before is the kind you want Where to getit
near Eccles, West Virginia, and still Rupee wishes, through the News, to you try. Am too busy to look you ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
no safety devices to prevent a repeti- thank his friends in Apopka for their, Kiln Dried lumber and Building Material up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1-20-tf

tion of the horrible affair. job. 1-20-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Verily, many acts of kindness shown to him
*\ Phone 451 Orlando 'Fla. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and ,
verily,
f I
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South Florida SentinelMORNING (Tampa Tribune)
(By W. S. Branch) Congressman L'Engle's stand on

AND WEEKLY We might send the school officials Sanford has a military company. the canal tolls has nothing to do with OUR
Editor a" Owner.Entered Osteen has organized a board of
JOSIAH FERRIS. down to quell the ruction u Mexico. trade. his candidacy any more than the Lor- .eSEVENTHA.
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all to be imer case has with Fletcher's candi-
.t at the pottoffie at Orlando FlorIda. They seem right good Fort Meade is to have a new brick
u Second Claw Mail Matter. I dacy. What we people in Florida do
scrappers"C block.
eDoesn't not know about these inside cases
; SUBSCRIPTION RATES Lakeport is a new town on Lake
would fill a large book and it wouldbe
: Daily 1 Year .........................$5.00 it make you wish you were Okeechobee.
Daily. 6 Months ....................... 2-59 going, when read of the plans the well to leave such matters with
Daily 3 Month ...................... US you Building of J. G. McCrory company
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .51 0 Miami people are making to entertainthe completed at Miami. our representatives in congress. Theyare
Orlando good roads boosters? An on the ground and know what I

Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 DeLand has raised $7,000 for its they are talking about. Claude's '
op-
F: Weekly. 6 Month ..................... iTO "Everglades dinner, a "fish dinner, community building. AFTER SUPPER SALE, SATURDAY, SHOULD A
with those :Miami position to President Wilson is all A
dancing girls, some DeLand will have a ten days' Chau- MEAN A CROWDED STORE. WE WONDER .
ADVERTISERS: class to those fellows. I right as long as Claude believes he is
"Magic City" i next spring. IF YOU REALIZE THE SAVING POSSIBILITIES -
tauqua right and does not give the presidenta
a THESE SALES HOLD OUT TO YOU?
Copy for display and all ":her band-setadvertidng Sarasota has a plant for smoking
be banded in at the butiaeu What has become of ? license to have him shot at sunrise.
moat Harry Floyd i and fish.Auburndale YOU HAVE ONLY TO COME ONCE TO
fice .f the Sentinel net later tban 2 p. m. drying
Larger men than L'Engle have
?' the day before publication. This rule applies Has he gone to Vera Cruz to bombardthe i packing houses are opposed LEARN-THEN YOU WILL "GET THE HAB-
''f U changes for contract advertianj it U greasers with scraps of poesy and presidents and our congressman IT" AND COME EVERY WEEK.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. running full capacity.
is not timid .
rhetoric?Tampa Tribune.If I over any question.We
Ferry line established between
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued he has, there is nothing left to Miami and Miami Beach. like to see a man think for himself Every Special After Supper Sale offering is
should notify the office in writing on (I I
the
but I I even if world be against him
do
the battle
the date of expiration otherwise it will be sing "Shouting cry Sarasota is to have a new winter underpriced-radically-although everything isj
w continued at the regular subscription rates of freedom" and "When Johnnie and what are free tolls anyhow? Are r
I I positively NEW AND FRESH-THIS SEASON'SGOODSNEW
hotel of 100 .
s nntH notice to atop is received. rooms. '
like Acosta's white
they anything fly
"
comes marching home again. State Medical association meets at GOODS Nothing but NEW ,
and Williamson's chicken and Malone's
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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914. Orlando, May 13th. I'I GOODS that means savings in every instance
cigars?Sanford Herald.
Some think John Lind does
people Bradentown will have a new post- I nickels dimes quarters half dollars -

editorsin not talk enough, but consider for a and dollars are saved on purchase A
N There are three newspaper office building, of brick.First every according
the field for political honors, viz. moment what our political and socio- car of beans from Ocala Our office boy has found out what to the values.

Editor Russell, of Palatka, 'for the logical condition would be if every- brought $1.50 per hamper. I I will happen when a spoonful of water I II THAT'S A GOOD REASON TO START A BANK

senate; Editor Woods, of Eustis, and body in the United States should talkas Plant City shipped seventyeightcars I is plunged into a pot of molten metal I ACCOUNT '
the much as Theodore Roosevelt, William This novel experiment was made last i
a Editor Reese, of Orlando, for of vegetables last week. I I

house. It is about time that thee J. Bryan and-certain ladies we Miami is making large shipmentsof Saturday, which gave us ample time NOTION DEPARTMENT WHITE WASHGOODS

newspaper fraternity received some- are acquainted with. Some one has lumber to the Bahamas. j(I to separate the linotype machine from 'II

thing for their continuous labors for to listen, and the astute Minnesota Farmers Bank and Trust company, I the mass of metal thrown out by the We all
closing out of
.l Florida, and we hope they will receive Scandinavian evidently believes he West Palm Beach, will rebuild its volcano-like eruption which followed our are TALCUM POWDERand 630; yards, Striped Crepes,

', the nomination at the coming prima- can serve his country better by silence home. I I and get the State out this week. The for a quick Three plain poplins and, Pique fancy, Madras voiles,, .
than by a din of words. Said boy made a miraculous by hours selling priced themat
t ry.-Titusville Advocate. Bradentown has organized a chapter escape and Ottoman cords, ba-
'1' Shakespeare, "You cram these words I dodging behind the broom. The State ten cent tins for .5c. tistes and chiffon mulls,
of Daughters of the Confederacy.I!i
? 0 25c tins for . . .
into mine ears, against the stomach never misrepresents facts, and etc.
any
Ocala :Moose lodge is refitting old
I I.
The Orlando-Indian river Values
coming of j up to 50 cents Saturday
} road is looked forward to in this section my sense. hospital building for up to date home.!|lone i doubting this story is invited to tOe"Snaps" night . . .
with Marianna is to law concrete Sidewalks -| to call any Saturday afternoon (while BIk and white.
of Brevard much interest
The "car window tourist" is again throughout the business sec,! the writer is out) and have the office Reg. 10c. doz. Sat. night 23cA
It has been needed for
greatly many abroad in the land. An Orlando man tion. boy demonstrate just how this young 2 doz for .. . . .5c If
This road will i
t years. new connect has recently received a letter from Commodore has I. Vesuvius is put in motion.Jacksonville
Burgoyne
4 with the Mims road to Southmere, by presented -
of his relatives in Ohio who
one states
State. LINE OF HOSIERYThe
Daytona Elks with a large bronze
of Geneva. We told that
way are
that her has
neighbor recently visited
l nearly $2,500 has been subscribed to- elk. I famous "WUNDERHOSE" full guaranteed, for
Florida and to the
words
exact
wards the fund fo -nking this road, quote Bushnell is shipping five cars of cucumbers One of the prettiest features of the women and children in BLACK, WHITE AND TAX, all
"He it is there
in Orange cour ne.-Titusville says always damp : a day, bringing $3.50 a crate.,, reunion held in Jacksonville was the Sizes. The Standard Price is 4 Pairs for one dollar. Sat-
and they have in their
; Advocate.The no chimneys Dade county will build rock road Southern Cross drill last night, par- urday night 4 pairs . . . . .
,- houses-except an occasional one as : from Homestead to Monroe county'line. :, ticipated in by a group of charming forS3c
0 an ornament, and no stoves in their
| girls of Jacksonville, direct descend-
Tampa politicians are having a houses; how much of this is true?"
H. H. Winter, of Interlachen, wantsto ants of Confederate veterans, and
1'- hard time to tell how The reply that of it
many days was none was
start an overall factory at Orlando.I they had as partners veterans who
twenty-five days .before the primary true, but it was true that the fool SILK EOLIENNESA TURKISH TOWELSAre
Ocala
: Tomato about will
I crop bej i have participated in this feature at
are. This should be easy by beginning killer would have to work over timeif dainty silkcordedweave
twenty-five per cent greater than last II ) several reunions.FOR never out of Fashion
i the first day of June and counting he did his duty in reference to the I in a nice range of
';*/' back twenty-five days. This will people who ride through the state on season. new colorings. A very and always good property.
St. Augustine chamber of
com-
if correct fabric for the
land you at May 7, which was the Ia.lday a fast train and go back North and merce will advertise that city as a MEMBER COUNTY DISTRICT BOARD OF PUBLIC draped costume-36 in. but price reduction pre-
NO.
for the filing of sworn statementsby tell the neighbors all they know about I summer resort. INSTRUCTION 2 wid. Excellent value for vails Saturday night and

candidates. A Florida and Florida 75 cents. Saturday nigkt 25 doz out at, pair. .
statement filed May conditions. Folger Adam, of Joliet Ill., has I hereby announce myself a candidate for go
,
election as a Member of the County Board of I
8 is plainly less than twenty-five days Public Instruction from District ,
I planted a lemon grove at his winter No. 2 Orange 45c 25c
1' prior to the date of the primary. Joe Hugh Reese has already been home, Crocker. County. Florida. M. M. SMITH.
:4. elected to the if -
legislature, the news-
0
Orlando Bank and Trust
companyhas
); The kind of prosperity that we all paper comments mean anything to let contract for interior improve-,
1' rejoice in is that which enables the him; for he has been showered with ment of its building. { MMMIMMMMMMMMIT. II SATURDAY ALL DAY SPECIALS 11 J

1 growers to buy automobiles, fix up compliments from every county. If English syndicate will build extenIsive F. HOURfflAN -
he is elected, Reese will probably be CAMASOLE LACESThe LAST CALL ON RA-
their homes and give their families terminals at Tiger Island, opposite
too busy to attend to his usual corre- latest fashion for cor- TINES II
trips to the mountains for the sum- Fernandina. Licensed Plumber and

mer. The growing season has been spondence, which will cause the read- Journal's Kissimmee directory cen- Sanitary Engineer set covers. In a large 750;) yards, Plains, stripes,
of the Mange of chanting new Checks all colors-all
to miss his ,
so good this year that this is the brilliant ers work.-The newspapers State. sus shows population of 5,800, in- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing. shadow effects. weights. Your choice of

; condition it has brought about for crease of nearly 2,000 in one year.E. Promptly Attended to. Regular Values up values up to $1.50 yard.

-t. Jiundreds. The growers deserve all E. Canova, Starke, drove 1,000 PHONE 6z9 to 35c. All Day Saturday All day Saturday. II
Have written that
: that they can get away with after you advertise- head of cattle to Lake Butler and
ment for the Sentinel 106 Court Street 19c 49c
Sunday ? Better
giving up the great slice that the railroads shipped them in solid train load to
!ii
take away from them. fix one up now., It will pay. Natchez, Miss. I ORLANDO, FLORIDA J

} 0 NEW SHIRT WAISTS

The Tampa Tribune severely scores for Write prices F.on F.Cow Dutton Peas, Sanford,4-29m Fla., Read the advertisements daily. I I HMHMMMIIIIMMMIMMIIIIMItlilimmillMMIIIIIIIimiMHmtM 4-2l-lm < 25 dozen of NEW YORK'S Latest Styles have just come

to hand too late, however to into
t Congressman Sparkman in delaying put our regular stock

.t the appointment of the postmaster at : -they are dainty confections of Voiles, Embroidered

t Tampa for political reasons only. The \ MMItillHIMIIIIItMiHIMAND Crepes, etc., plentifully trimmed with dainty laces and in-

Tribune justly denominates such del ALLEGRETTIWe sertions. They were ppuchaSed to sell at 98c-$1.25; and

lay as "political cowardice," and such $1.50. (Quite a number at the later price) ALL

r it is. Postoffice appointments all over keep our Candies on ice during hot summer DAY SATURDAY for quick selling .. .. . . . .

the country are being held up by congressmen months. 60801.00 pound. Try a box.McELROY'S .

I pending the result of the 85cMEN'S

:, elections, virtually coercing applicants PHARMACYPHONE

l and their friends to rally to

their support. This comes within the 20 SHOESVO IEN'S NU BUCK

purview of the corrupt practices acton imiMIMIIMIilMMilliMMMIMMfcMMMIMMMMMiHMIIIMMMMMMMMATTRACTIVE White Canvas Oxfords PUMPS

i} the Florida statute books, in our We are repeating the special -
1 humble opinion. All our stock of $3.50 we put on last week

by request, and a fresh
t o quality, on sale Saturday
delivery gives us all siz
::1- It was to be expected that several
all day ...... ... .. esAll day Saturday at
l candidates would fail to comply with the same price of .... .
': all of the requirements of the new

J primary law, and get left off the ballot '- i! i .. $2.75 $1.89SALE
.
f in this manner. It happened in ;
GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
f Orange and in other counties as well. OF PARASOLS

..t It will be used as an argument by; Commencement Day-an important event in the Nothing like giving price reductions when the arti-
f some that such negligence is evidence lives of should
young people receive some fitting mark cles are wanted.

: that the candidates guilty of i itt of appreciation. encouragement to commemorate the Note the prices prevailing ALL DAY Saturday:

showed a qualty which candidates for r' occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Regular ValueoO c for .......... ...... ... ........ 39c

.'. office should not have, but we don't Jewelry? ,:! Regular Value 75c for .................. ...... .... 59c

} think this is necessarily true. There .:.j Regular Value $1.00 for .. ..... ..... ......... 79c.

I are many good men who will be denied : DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Regular: Value $1.50 for..... ............... ..... $1.20

the privilege of voting because t. ..# Regular Value $2.00 for .... ... .... ...... ..... .. 1.39
:: of their We direct the attention of relatives and friends to
ignorance of the law. When Regular value $3.00 for ........... .. ....... .... 2.25
the laws are changed so often it i is the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

:1' reasonable for even well informed and store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- '

punctilious men to be ignorant of est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- ; GROCERY DEPARTMENT
mond 3 Packets Puffed Wheat for .. .. ............ ...? 25c.
some of the numerous requirements.The or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val- ,
o ; ues and assortment. i 3 Packets Puffed Rice for ..... ...... ... ... .. 25c

i The congressional candidates, save 1 A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno ALL DAY SATURDAYDicksonIves f

.J Claude L'Engle, are out jointly making obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. t'f'i"

f appointments over the district,

'. under the direction of the congres- \. c. '
: ,
"sional committee. Mr. L'Engle cannot .

f. leave his duties at Washington Co

f just now to be at these meetings, buwill

i try to meet the people during the

j' month. He is confident, however, the

the people will retain him as their! 4

f trusted servant at Washington; he

} has and is trying to loyally fulfill every DEPARTMENTAL STORE

'lx- promise he made the people, and the Jeweler

; all opposition has failed to shake that ,

confidence his constituents have i in

I him. L'Engle's whole heart is with Orange Ave. Qrldn

the people, and such has been his OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
. t
record ever since he has been in public

life; in the face, too, of a bitter I Ir EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACJ

., r and relentless opposition from his en
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; H NOTICE T ss Si1 GritIluBUYS 0.I ROBINSON STARKEY- Managers- a I .


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

I Admission 5 centsBARACA.PHILATHEA a

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? We hereby give due notice to all concerned AND SELLS i aDQllDCD CD MEETINGTO CD "Gel It III t Allen" SrI

that our men will maintain an in- BE AT PALATKA
REAL ESTATE -

spection with orders to shut off without The executive committee of the ... -

notice and all water services using Florida Baraca-Philathea union helda
any 600 acres south ofVin very important session yesterday III Your Friends

sprinklers or hose out of the hours prescribed ter Garden and west of the afternoon business in of the special office of importance J. C. Lanier be,


by the city and this company.A Gotha, including 10 acre ing the selection of a convntion time Why they buy from usthey

orange grove. The en-4|and place for the 1914 state conven will tell you, it is
tion, says the Times-Union of
charge of $1.00 will be made on tire tract covered with T Invitations were received Friday.from

yellow pine timber. Two f Ocala, Plant City, Tampa, Arcadia BecauseWe
d each case for turning the service on again. miles of lake shore. and Palatka. Very strong letters

! t 2 were presented to the committee from
423imtIMMMMMHIMIIIIIIM We have the goods, we have
the different cities and Palatka had D:

Moses Folsom and W. W. Markey to the price and give you

represent that city before the com prompt, courteous and pleasing -


Or1auo W ater t r & Light t Co.tk I MISS TOURING PLEASAUNCE IN ITALY BAKER IS mittee.all After of the the invitations careful consideration, Palatka was of service..


Mr. Chas. H. Baker has receivedthe selected as the convention city, and Come and See
November 20 to 22, inclusive, were
news that his daughter, Miss
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chosen for the
dates of the
convention. -
.....1.1..1.11111111.1111111111111111111111111111111WADE Pleasaunce Baker, of Zellwood,
- - - - .
This will be the second annual
reached Genoa May 5th and will be convention of this organization and as Ii Allen & Co. ,

Mr. Robert Howe will return today for some little time at Florence. Miss the Baracas and Philatheas are becoming -
from Jacksonville, where he has been Baker is touring with a party, among
very strong in the state there JewelersPrompt
spending several days representing other members being her cousin, Mrs.
will
no doubt be a large representation a
THE TUNER Orange County foinp, No. 54, at the Charles H. Burr, the novelist, and at this convention. U
ORLANDO, FLA. Confederate veterans' reunion. Miss Agnes Reppler, the writer. Miss Repairing.
W. P. Stroud, of Pensacola,
waselected
Baker classmate
was a of Miss Eleanor -
Miss Elizabeth Branham, having I Baraca vice-president from Everything Guaranteed.
Wilson, who was married to Secretary -[ "
Attorney C: P. Dickinson left last I finished her school work at Sullens "McAdoo Wednesday, when the Third district, to take the place,
college, comes home on acccunt of hmother's er of R. P. Stout, who elected !
for was at
night Gainesville
on professional she was an art student in e l- ,
business. illness before her commence the convention for this position.

I I ment. She is expected to arrive Sunday ; phia. The members of the executive committee -I
Mr. Lockwood
Stephen left'yester-'
day for Zelicnople, Pa, where he will I morning. MRS. CLIFFORD FULLER HOSTESS present at the meeting yesterday r *
remain until fall. Mrs. Geo. A. Leiper and,daughter, FOR AUCTION CLUB were D. A. Avant, president, of
i Miss Mary, sister and niece of Mrs. Quincy; F. S. Chapman, of Palatka; lb. .CO
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Garland, of I HIOI: : I.
I
A. G. Branham arrived D. Neil Ferguson, of Ocalaliss Carrie
Lake Alfred, were among the visitors! today from Four tables of auction bridge players ; -
Little. Rock, Ark., visit. Bingham, of Gainesville J. C. Lanier ---- -
on a bI'Mary ss were prettily entertained ; -
to Orlando yesterday. I yesterday "..111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111..11.What .
II I was sponsor for the first brigade afternoon by Mrs. Clifford Fullerat Miss Ida Walcott, Miss Rosa1ieJoiner <
Photographer and Mrs. T. P. Robinson i Arkansas and Charles W.
division U. C. V. her attractive home near Lake Dudley, of
returned yesterday from a short: Jacksonville.The .
Cherokee. The players anda to Eat?
Mr.
visit to Jacksonville. I II and Mrs. P. Abernethy and pivoted chairman
I sons, Paul and Thomas, are in Orlando prize was given at each table. These> was authorized t o
Mrs. D. C. Thompson returned last j from Birmingham, Ala., for a short were won by Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs. appoint a transportation and program
night from Atlanta, where she had committee Is the that bothers the
housewife
visit to relatives. They leave today H. L Beeman,,Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, to make arrangements for I problem duringthe

been enjoying grand opera. for Dundee, in Polk'county, where and Mrs. DeWitt Miller. the convention. warm days.

Mr. and Mrs N. J. Matl ers left they will enjoy camp life with a partyof Aided by Mrs. J. T. Fuller the hostess Palatka is well and convenientlylocated

yesterday for Portland, Maine, where served so that delegates can attend
Alabama friends. a dainty cream course.
We Can Solve it for You
they will spend the summer. from all parts of the state with out
Capt. B. M. Sims, Messrs. T. N. much
travel or inconvenience and the
Mr. Lester
Allen has given up his CAMP: FIRE GIRLS
position as bookkeeper in the State I Butner and B. L. Griffin were in Or- r people of Palatka promise those i in I Because we have everything in vegetables, fruits

bank and'left yesterday for his home :I lapdo last night en route to their There will be a ceremonial meeting attendance a hearty welcome and: and and
homes in I fancy staple groceries.
Ocoee from .
Jacksonville
at Quitman, Ga. .of the Camp Fire Girls this afternoonat every effort will be put forth to mat
Miss Nellie Carter where they had a most enjoyabletime I 3 o'clock, instead of 2:30. Please their stay a pleasant one and the '
one of the efficient
operators in the Orlando Tele 'taking reunion.in the Confederate Veterans note the change of hour. Assemblyat 1914 convention a grat success. A Trial is All! we Ask

phone Exchange, left last night for Lake street and Central avenue.
Tampa to visit relatives. Mr. H. C. Berry, of Berry Bros. & CLAIRE ROBINSON, Ass't G'dn. .MOONLIGHT PICNIC AT RUS-
Fresch, wholesale SELL'S POINT
crockery dealersBaltimore ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hall leave today
for their was in Orlando for a while "JESUS AND HIS MOTHER" -
home'at
Richfield THE SANITARY GROCERY
yesterday, leaving last A number of
night for young people enjoyed
Springs, N. Y., after the
spending Will be Dr. Poulson's subject at the
points farther south. He will return a moonlight picnic at Russell's Point
winter on Palmetto street. Baptist church next Sunday morning
Mr. this afternoon and spend Sunday at!' "\Iothers' Day" will be observed in last night. They'had a picnic supper CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
William McKee and son, William the San Juan. both the and
Sunday school and church dancing to music by Westover'
Jr., arrived yesterday from Abbott services, and the public is very cor- orchestra followed. Those 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Texas, on a visit to his sisters, Bishop ,Mann leaves today for Fort diaIly invited. The subject for Sunday participating -
Pierce, and is to | night will be were: Misses Norma Bunch, Ella '
,
the Misses McKee and Mrs. W. G. give three services "Making Another
Johnson. tomorrow, at Fort Pierce in the evening Chance"Count" Slemons, Dorothy Slemons, Loren; AND
and at Walker, Minna Harris, Ruth Isaacson, CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS.
adjacent missions in the
Mrs. Margaret Wright, of Rialto,! Capt A. F. Prince of Tuscaloosa Johnson
I(morning: and the afternoon. From Dorothy Helen Drew, Carr: FUNERAL DESIGNS
CaL, who,has been visitnig her sister,r there he to other Ala., was among the distinguished Dade, Ruth McCullough; Messrs. McDowell -
goes points and
Mrs. Jira Skinner, of Orlando, lethe ft Thursday will address the annual on visitors to Orlando yesterday, having Butt, Bertram Walker, John .'IIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII""IIIIIVhite

first of the week to visit relativesin meeting of the Daughters of the Kingat 'stopped off here to pay a visit to his T. Branham, Geo. Dolive, Bob Lester, .

Indiana. West Palm Beach. brother, Mr. E. R. Prince, at Conway.He William Walton, Richard Yowell, Gerald : TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
Mrs. A, M. Flannigan, who has had been attending the Confederate Hurlbert, Julian Harris, Payton \ Star Market
been spending the winter at her cottage Dr. J. F. McKinnon left'last nightto Veterans' reunion in Jacksonville Musselwhite, Sidney Newell], and Joe Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
attend a meeting of the the Hessian flies and other sucking
board of '
on West Washington street, directors of Columbia and decided to visit his relatives, Ferris, Jr. Chaperons, Mrs. W. M. insects off the watermelons, canta-
leaves today for her summer home at Theological nearly all of whom reside in Florida. Slemons, Mrs. Walker and Miss Mary loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
Waverly, Mass. seminary, at Columbia, S* C., and He left last night for Tampa and Walker. anteed to give satisfaction or money
next week he will attend a meetingof refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-
from there
will
to
Mr. and Mrs. I.; A. Traver leave go St. Petersburg,
the board of trustees of Davidson facturers, rear 51 West Church street,
Tuesday for their summer home at where his sister, Mrs. J. G. Bradshaw, Mr. W. R. O'Neal attended the Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
college;
Davidson
N. C. He is
Pine View, N. Y., on the St. Lawrence of both of these a member resides. Later on he will probably graduating exercises of the Apopka

river. They have spent the winter be absent for several boards and will visit another sister, Mrs. M. E. Hiers, high school last night, and delivered WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
days.
here on East street. in Apopka. the diplomas. There were several SKILLED WORKMENthis

others who attended from Orlando. office is prepared to do the finest ,
Eat
what
Saratoga chips fresh every day, Eat all you you want want. Keep up with the times in which of job printing of every description.We .

nice and crisp. Try, them. Gordon's Take a postscript and forget i t. we live. You can do so for 10 centsa ROSALIND TO HOLD LAST BUSINESS are proud of the work we do,

Bakery. 5-8-6t For sale by all dnuggista.I I week by reading the Morning Sentinel SESSIONThe and we are always willing to put on '
-9- &w.Ipr
that extra few minutes which will
t
r Rosalind club meeting to 1 beheld give your work that touch of individ
EVERY
PIECE OF MEAT
A MllliMlillHtlMIMMMilMMIIMIIilHI MMMMIMillMIMlimAt on Monday afternoon, May 11th! WE CUT uality and distinctiveness without .
at four o'clock is the last regular: which publicity matter loses the I

business session of the season, and comes from the very choicest greater part of its value. And our

The the club rooms are to be closed on bred live stock. That's why prices are no higher. Phone 24. I
Lucerne
Today June 1st for the summer months. even the so-called Door cuts of t

I meat from this market are bet FOR SALE

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR ter than the finest cuts from cattle
i Fruit, farm, garden land, orange .
of lower grade. And our groves and other property. If inter-

' SALE-Or exchange for city prices are no higher either. ested, address A. B. A., care Sentinel. .
! \ property, a gray Buick, four cylin- 5-6-lw-d&w
Phone
i 23
r der, perfect condition. Max Isen, 601 .
; "Smugglers of Sligo Church street. 5-9-3t 43 W. Church St. 5-6t-f
t ", First class Brazing a specialty at
< Warman's Repair Stop o Court St. 4
t. '< a two reel Reliance"Billy's FOR SALE-120 acres good farm 125tf.MMIMtMHMMHMMI.
: WOOD COAL
p'M' land, including good house and 7 AND ICE

-". '.= "" acres of bearing orange and grape- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand' t
't;:< : fruit trees; 80 acres fenced; good Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ,
.IIi. Ruse lake; a good bargain. A. B. C., care Shoe Repairing !
i ,
-, ... Sentinel. 5-8-3t
.
"'; ;- ';' _" ..' Buy your garden seed from DeLaney \
f .: a one reel I Princess "t>. '\ .. ?. %, 1. WANTED-Reliable party to occupy -, & Abernethy. Just received a by PARCEL POST ;
/ big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I
; : house during summer months. .

And two other Centrally located, three blocks from Men's Half, Soles, 7sc to 8sc $ I
good reels.
SEEDI SEED! SEED!
postoffice. Address D, Box 298, city. Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c t I
,,5-8-31 Garden and field seed. ,DeLaney & Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY
Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
I
The Keystone has been thoroughly] Heels Repaired, 250 tAIl

cleaned ana renovated and will opento work returned in 24 hours.
Admission ,
I First Floor
: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents the public Saturday, May 9. A Orders without'C. O. remittance D.Ve returned ,

chicken dinner will be served Sunday. pay
Balcony: 5 Cents Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf return postage. If I
DR. J. C .HOWELL i

Continuous :show from 2 p. m. to 10 m. Eat what you want Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo A. Hanson I '
p. Eat all want
you extra charge for house treatment 19 kit Pine Street ,1: -
Take a postscript and forget it.
*"**"***" Telephone connections ORLANDO FLORIDA
For sale by all druggists. I l
,
'in lllllllllllll14 l-7-d&w-lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Art s. ffillllllHMMUimilllil :
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fRUIT MN[ Will Mf[ WHOLESOME THINKING PEOPLE'S WTANTSMUNNIMAKERS[ *'

MAY BEES AN ESSAYBy

s IN [111$ MAY 22 Probably nine-tenths of the mis- Claude-L'Engle I

_ takes made in this world are due in ASh1NG1iN'
, ORLANDO O. W A )
great measure to lack of thought. Notices ol Lost Wanted. For Sale For Dont't Get Stung-
Rent etc., for this column lie for one day
Methods of Packing and Marketing How often Is the expression heard:
bees
<
little in
SOc for three days, or 11.00 for one week forK May are good
_, Fruits Will Be Chief Topicsof "I didn't think about itI"! The infer- word or less. Money must accompany sects
the advertisements for this column, as no ,
Discussion ence is that careful thinking leadsto insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in JuneIn DRAWING ROOM

careful living and is the key to the June primary-

. Tampa, Fla., May 7.-The big gen- right action. The Almighty never FOR SALE Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CARVIA

eral meeting of the citrus growers of intended that man's mind should bea An elegant modern home; four bed bees.
, rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- ,
!o the state* which will be held at Eustis disorderly den but the abiding place
fruit Some other be all
.., tricity throughout; trees and man may \
on May 22nd, is for the purpose of of sober, loving thought. As the Los flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;

>. : discussing the best methods of pack- Angeles Times puts it, the educationof 215tf. Some other man may be in I

ing and marketing the orange and the future will have quite as muchto line with progressive De
ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE f'OPEN
; grapefruit crop of the state. In view do with orderly operation and con- FOR SALE
mocracy.
Nursery stock, one, two, three and
of the present prospects for an ungjl trol of mentality as with the acquire- Some other be
four year old buds; Foster Early, man may
usually large production, it will be ment of facts and formulation of logical Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people

gjl more than ever important to the statement. The idea that a child's ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahla after election, FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.

growers that their fruit is placed on head is a little cavern to be stuffed Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf But may be some other man

' the market properly during the com- full of facts, rules and formulas has won't.
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land one
ing fall and winter. produced a tremendous waste in edu- in ; And be you'll get
-I' acre bearing orange grove; six may
r. While the meeting has been called cational effort. That sort of educa- acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. Tueflays J flll n SaturdaysFOR J

by the Florida Citrus Exchange, it tion has produced a crop of men and gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude i
half mile from city limits on public
1 will be to and a women who shirk responsibility for
open every grower road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be; .
! : very cordial invitation has been ex wrong thinking.-St. Augustine Rec- care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that the .will

ord. think and act for you, RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

affiliated FOR SALE Because he is now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.'f
Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- .
\t tis was selected for the event be- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ly, no interest. gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. '

* cause of its central location and of Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
the fine packing house which FOR REPRESENTATIVEI acres land, lake front. $1,250.
very 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- thing, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
was erected there last yearperhapsthe hereby announce my candidacy for Kepre&enUtive lando. Don't risk the best chance I
$10 acre. Kirkland
per G Division Passenger Agent Tampa.
from Orange county subject to ,
best equipped and most complete the action of the Democratic primary to be 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. that ever happened.

house in the state. held June 2nd. $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. Claude L'Engle has been HiMMMIMMMIttf

I IS Business Manager Jones, of the J. H. REESE. A. LEW'l'ER.4.14d&w.lm time-tried and firetested "

fo,. Citrus Exchange, today announced FOR REPRESENTATIVEI in the fights for the

I the program for the occasion. There hereby announce my candidacy for Representative FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare people's rights.

k* will be addresses of welcome by I. N. the action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject to be to bargain; recently completely over- He is the one sure thing r

{ Kennedy, the mayor of Eustis, and hei June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. hauled ery partguaranteed and made good first as new class in con-ev- for you in this race for FcWQ3tl

E. 1... Ferran of the local in the Fourth \
.1 president dition; must be sold at once, even at Congress DAILY BETWEENTHE
f.j board of trade. Other addresses will FOR REPRESENTATIVEI sacrifice. Come, or address, White District.He .,

be delivered by Clarence E. Woods, hereby announce myself a candidate for Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. is there for one term, BUffALO SjLEVELAND

editor of the Eustis Lake Region; by Representative from Orange county for the 4-23-tf Keep him therefor another '- _
next session of the Florida Legislature sub
' Dr. J. H. Ross, president of the Flor- ject to the Democratic primary to be held FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat Vote for Claude L'Engle

ida Citrus Exchange; by G. W. June 2nd. C. P. DICKINSON.FOR a bargain. Am returning North. first. .
Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize
Holmes, director of the exchange REPRESENTATIVE tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and Take a chance secondChadwick's

from Lake county, and by Geo. A. Yielding to what appears to be the desire demountable rims. 0. L. Gooden,

Scott, of Boston, manager for New of leading citizens in almost every precinct Orlando, Fla. 5-7-lw
GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"LaftaSOOCwtl
of Orange county that one of the candidates I
England of the exchange. to be neminated for Representative LOST-Bunch of keys; name, "Olden -dtl91 feet, , Mr. Woods will discuss the citrus in the primary election of June 2nd should Stokes, Orange county, janitor," on Greeter U cwl-larger in all propertionnfh T u aU ppomtawmti-lliia uj MMIBCT lieiIl.M
be from the country precincts I hereby announce waton cf the wrid.; la lemov Jaa013ia.H .
industry ,from the viewpoint of a myself a candidate. tag. Return to Sentinel office and List
Special
.... "
.
? A. B. NEWTON. receive reward. 5-7-3t cat s. "SEZANDBEE, "Gt/of Erie"sade1City.fBuffalo"
; newspaper man; Dr. Ross will tell
Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -Ma, ht to Dee.ht ,
t something of the plans of the ex MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WANTED-At once, a good young of Properties for Sale and Rent Lees Bd&U '_00 P.M. Lave a-w '00 P.K.

. change for the coming year; Mr. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor mare, harness, wagon and top bug- Ames a-Iai. 1:30 A.M. Aries Ba6Jo 7JOA.M. >-
office of Member of also good milk cow. 208 Gould (Euun Staadud Tiow)
re-election to the gy;
;,_ Holmes will give the story of the organization CooaMtiaa ttOcMluJ br P sJ.Be'.T.dd..Detr.L..deB se.Te.eemd90..hwet.Retinal
Board of Public Instruction. Orange County street. 5-7-3t po
District No. 3, to the coming d.ket.10.1159. bares BaAb...Oerelaad an good b Ha i .iliHi ai a im etu-
of the citrus ofI from subject Lake Lucerne
r growers primary. Very respectfully : Private boardingand AA;-bcle&...BtIoctkL...na&A2.UiM. ,TnMMfohudMowiUaitntBdkwUMfree.THE .

Eustis and of the construction of the WM. EDWARDS. FOR RENT roominghouse, 10 bedrooms, CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cl.T.UuJ. 0.
model house that Zell weocJ, Fla.
packing they erect-
seven private baths. Every
I: ed, with figures indicating how profit FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR RENT-Permanently, unfurnished -

able they have found it to put up a I re-election hereby announce to the myself office of as Supervisor a candidatefor of at South Lake and South i thing complete, even silverware',
Registration for Orange County, subject to streets, very nice lower flat; has five : and piano. This
superior pack of fruit; Mr. Scott will grand proposition -
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd rooms and bath and all modern con the Cold NorthwestThe
describe the "coming back" of Florida 1914. veniences. Address C. Goesswein, I can be secured for six Up in

t? fruit in the markets of the North, FRANK H. WILUAMS. Lake Davis. 4-16-tf I months for $200.00, just a few

:4 explaining the difference between"auction" FOR SHERIFFI largest sale of music and musical instruments -
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR RENT-Two office in dollars more than a private
spaces
" and "private" sale markets the
Sheriff of Orange County subject to
Democratic primary of June !nd, 1914. our store at No. 9 W. Church street. house; coolest location in the' is the winter months. In
: and giving much other informationthat FRANK GORDON. Come in and we will show you. Pierce during
if. will be of interest. to growers FOR SHERIFF Electric Co. 3-29-tf city; strictly no children. (N. B.) I
I Florida the largest trade is during the sum-
generally. I announce myself as a candidate for the Also six-room cottage furnished
office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, ,
TO RENT-Some very desirable mod
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a complete; fine shade close in mer. You should get your children interested -
houses. 563. ,
FIGHT AGAINST WHITE PLAGUE native of Orange county. In asking the votesof ern Daetwyler, phone ;

I" PROGRESSING RAPIDLY charge my fellow the duties citizens.of the I pledge office myself without to fearor dis- 4-26-tf i I ready NOW, unfurnished, North in learning music during the summer vaca-

favor to any man for the upholding of the Oqmge, four blocks out. Ask I
taws and the preservation of peace and good MISCELLANEOUSWANTED i Guitars
: iI tion. We Violins Mandolins ,
Washington, May 7.Progress ofI order in the county. I Chadwick for these and other carry
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR
the campaign against the "white -Plain sewing and mend-! properties for sale or rent. Good Drums and all small musical goods and inStruction -
plague" was reviewed today at the COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ing. Children's clothes a specialtv.
service at all I
DISTRICT NO. 3 times.
: convention for the Prevention of Tu- Prices reasonable. Address Box X, books.

I berculosis. More than 2,000 anti-tu I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor care Sentinel. 5-5-6t
the office ef Member of the County -
berculosis agencies now are well es Board of Public Instruction from School LOST-April 20th, between Duke Let us assist you in all musical matters.
Board District N.. 3, subject to the actionof
tablished in the United States compared the Democratic primary, :June 2nd 1914. Hall and Colored Town west a CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND

with 150 ten years ago, accord- If elected I will give thoughtful attention to small pillow case containing soiled
'. ing to a report submitted. the faithful educational service. interests of the county and linen. Suitable reward if returnedto BUSINESS EXCHANGE W. S. BRANCH,
Duke
Hall. 5-5-3t
: The national conference of tuberculosis C. H. GALLOWAY. 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.

if secretaries had a meeting today FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The The Arcade Book and Music Store
J connection with the association's INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT NO. 2 Florida Meat Market Fresh meatsof Open Evenings
all kinds. Fish and in
oysters sea-
convention.The the I office hereby of announce Member of myself the County as candidate Board for of son. Your patronage solicited. S. ____ __ u __. --

,e report of the executive office Public Instruction from School Board District. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm ttllllll.II. . .. . . . . . . . . .. ........ . . .
, of the national association was submitted No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic. t.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii MMHMMttMM i iiiii iiiii t iiiiiiiiii. j.ii.iIT'S
primary, June 2nd 1914. If elected I will:
i. by Dr. Charles J. Hatfield of give due attention to.the work of the office. PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
and endeavor to be fair to all the school York city, with residence, to exchange -
i Philadelphia. He reported on the sale interests of the county. for Orlando property on cash
t of Red Cross Christmas seals, assert- J. B. REDDITT. valuation. J. M., 307 West street, TIE TO THE UP THE IKt I

,:I." ing that 43,000,000 were sold last FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w .

1 year. Dr. Hatfield reported that in I am a candidate for toe office of County -
Commissioner of Orange county from Spray material, insecticides and
the states of South Carolina, Oklahoma District 2. If elected I promise to serve the fungicides at F. F. Dutton's San-
,

j l'i seals against had and tuberculosis.South stimulated Dakota the the campaign sale of the people people..to here to know the a number best the needs of Respectfully of my of years ability the, ,I section having am qualified and resided ford erature.We, Fla.insure Write your for life prices and 4291m.loan and you lit- f FURNISHING R I O QUESTION( IN R REAL( I l'E.A.Et'rEST '


Dr. John H. Lowman of Cleveland, A. C. STARBIRD money on real estate at 6 per cent
Apopka. Fla. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.
;.t president of ,the association, in his ,
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
FOR COMMISSIONER
3 opening address said that the effect 3-25-d&wtf
I hereby announce yrelf a candidate for
:r of tuberculosis was so broad that it re-election u Commissioner from District No.
J. Orange county Florida subject to the
- must be treated at least from a family -
action of the Democratic primary to be held HOW DARE YOUA
1 c standpoint. June 2nd 1914. J. L. DILLARD. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

: "The tuberculosis question can not delight it is select from them and added
man called at this office yester- ; a pleasure to an
be treated from the individual "
: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
, he said. case, I hereby announce myself as a candidate day and asked to use the telephone. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
for County Commissioner, Orange County After the usual "hello!" and "yes"
District Four, subject to the action of the in every sense of the word.'MliiliilllillllllMfliniltlilillllMIIIHMIIMMIIIIIIIIMMI.
Democratic primary June 2nd. 1914. I win were exchanged, the man remained

WIRELESS TIPS greatly appreciate your support Yours truly. quiet for about five minutes. The silence -

11 C. J. SWEET. became so painful that the religious -
It is easier to hear a lot than it is Pin. Castle Fla.
editor asked if the line was ; j CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
to raise the to for
money pay one. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER in trouble. '

I announce myself as a candidate for reelection to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
to the office of Coanty Commissioner "Oh," he replied, "it's all right,
I One way to dodge a breach of Orange County District Five subjectto

promise suit is to buy a wedding ring. June the, Sad decision 1914. of the Democratic primary, working wife.fine. I'm simply talking to \ \ clubs, or any other formalizes. Our salesmen will explain this

my
... Respectfully,

|:| Many a woman has discovered that Ft. Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN \ | feature to you.

J the best to The Religious Citizenship League '
way retain a man's love is FOR TAX ASSESSORI IIMIMilillMMIMMMIMIMMMIMMMIMM Mill Milt IMMIiKincaid
1 not to return it. "national, non-partisan, nonsectarian -
hereby announce my candidacy for the
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub ," is the newest organization in
ject to the action of the Democraitc primary
A Calcutta, India, 'physician was called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and Kissimmee.If .
t experimenting with a venomous snake elected I pledge you my faithful service.

i when his snakeship did a little experimenting ARTHUR BUTT. your paper is not delivered & Snowden
FOR COMMISSIONER
f on his own account It was I hereby announce myself a candidate forreelection promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
i- a success and the doctor's wife is now as County Commissioner from
: District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to
} a widow.We the action of the primary of June 2nd. Toni SEED! SEED! SEED!
support will be greatly appreciated.M. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
1 OVEKSTREET.. Abernethy, druggists. Furniture of Characterat
i can't all knock home runs but 3-13-tf
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
i we can all swat flies. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the Buy year garden seed from DeLaney
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. &: Abernethy. Just received a Prices
! Now is the time to take a corre- J. H. TUCKER. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Popular ........

spondence course in swimming. FOR TAX COLLECTORI
.
hereby announce myself u a candidate. Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9
for reelection to the office of Tax Collector 1-2 cents at F. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
F.
J. Some people are not satisfied with of Orange County, subject to the .Dutton's Sanford, ,
primary to be held June %IU!. Fla 4.29m.
U believing all they see and make old! elected I pledge to yon my Democrati',1
as I have endeavored to give in
imagination work over time. ******
W. C. Try the Sentinel Job Department *MCITRUS
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Here in a $1200 car, the streamline body finds expression in

its truest form. '

yD j f No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the wind
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shield mounting at the rear of the cowl.

r/D/ The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the
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.,. beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

Such construction is made possible through the use of our

one-piece pressed steel body.
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'4 Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visible evidence f

of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechanical -

MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING- CAR 4 construction.
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 : When you see this model you will need nothing further to

Condensed Specifications convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor car beauty

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast : and in value for the money.
f en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12-
I inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-

gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side t'
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. Write for catalogue.

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors( J. B MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland DistributorsIMMMIMIItlM ,I


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very sad death in which the entire COW PEASWe

community feels a keen shock, : HOMEOwner : THE MARKET :
was that of Mrs. Johnson, wife of : 4

our telephone manager. She leaves : leaves for the north : &

an infant a few days old. Two physicians May 15th and has instructed : Of Cleanliness Of Quality I
and two trained nurses, with : have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM ,
us to sacrifice the
did all could : property. :
they
neighbors helping, COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in Ihigh. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
but to no avail. The remains were :
taken to their former home up in : quantity desired. Price sure right. .class neigborhood. Lot : FISH AND GAME
Georgia.Rev. 77x225 feet. Nine large:
Dr. N. M. Pratt has gone : Also have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and rooms and bath, garage nnd : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

north in the interests of Rollins col. : Potato hampers at 91.2 cents. We carry constantly a full servants house. The home.
: Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
is furnished and
lege.Mrs. 1 line of crate material of all kinds. completely
Guffin and her two daughters surrounded with beautiful and pure.

S after returned a prolonged to their visit homes with last daughters week- : Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers shade trees. Owner has occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and sisters, Mesdames Harley etc., Phones 181191. the property and re everything in the Meat Line.
Ward and James Campbell. They ceived an income of $100 per I

formerly resided here, but now. live month from furnishod rooms
at Ashville, N. C. F. IF. Dutton.SANFORD for the past six months. Reasonable -' The PARLOR MARKET

Mrs. Ward, and little son, Eugene, terms if necessary
came home from the hospital last FLORIDA This is a fine location for a
week. Eugene is slowly convaks- 429.1m.111111111111'111111'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'j. (rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.

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cing.The work of extending the pack- > I : PINE STREET
Atha
$ i
ing house moves on rapidly.
Men are busy getting the grounds Phone No. 80litMIMMMMIHtMMHMeillMHMMIMeiUMMIU
ready for the new Country Club golf 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor

course, so it may be in good condi- Phone No. 311IMaiitinmiliMMIII
tion for the coming season.
The fixtures in the White Star ---- -- a

Meat Market have been removed and flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'llllWe
the Winter Park Plumbing Co. now a
occupy the building. ForSa1e : Will Put the Reins
Some of the under pinning and

foundation of the Episcopal church -...rModern
has been replaced by new. a of Success in Your ,

Rev. Dr. Dill and family and Mrs. Just arrived car load 8-room

Idtzendorf their,homes both on of the whom north recentlysold shoreof FORDS for immediate House 2 doors HandsHow

lake Osceola, started for New west of Wyom-
delivery.Get .
with
York last Tuesday.Be ? By furnishing you :
sure to remember the play to ing Hotel. Bar-
perfect Fertilizer. Let our :
nowF. a representative
be given by and for the High School yours

exercises next week of, as the well as the graduating and high G. RUSH, gain.A. call on you. He will give you a a a

schools. grammar Phone 226 formula that will make and mature :

The baccalaureate sermon for the L. Bentley, fruit I &
high school will be preached by the your
Congregational Churcn next Sunday 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS

morning by the pastor, Rev. C. E.I, J .'11111111111111111111111. .



Enlow.make nition their morning this of The our a union other public services service churches schools.in in order dismiss recog-to: G I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy I .: T nt II r Fertilizer l'l'I ;::1: i


Pres. William F. Blackman is home Hall and Porto Rico sweet a
from a trip through swamp, ever plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle c ..' ORLANDO Phones: Office,32, Plant 31 FLORIDA :
Fla. 4-21-lOt
glade and byway in the interests of II
the Audobon society. If you want to I 1111'llllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllti
Who is your painter and decorator? --- A
hear some'real snake stories ask him If are satisfied keep tke one
you you Sentinel want advertising serves The Sentinel is the newsiest aid
about moccasins. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
uL Ne. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Florida
The exhibit day of our public I. .

school proved to be very popular with . . ...
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To the West and NorthwestVIA
spite of the heavy rain, which'fell
during the afternon.
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Each pupil in all the grades had

samples displayed of in the the work several they rooms are doing and DIXIE LIMITED, DIXiE fLYfR AND W. M. SLEMONS I

disinterested judges were asked to SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITfDp
select what they thought the best
work done in each grade. The best :

work was recognized by a blue and I Flyer.De. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED New Goods Arriving DailyWe
the second best by a red ribbon, and V Orlando A. C. 1..1:31am 3:13pm I v Orlando. ........................ 1:11pm !
we are assured by the judges that it r Jaebollri11e. A. C. I.... 1:45am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30pm
T Jacbollrille. A. C. L... 1:35am 8:25pm Jacksonville A. C. I. ........... 1:15pm
was a very difficult task to make: "Wanl'Oll. A. Co L..ll:50am 10:25 pm "WaJerOiSo A. C. I. .............1030 pm
these selections the r Macon, G. S. "F....... 6:1SpIl1 4:16am r Macon G. S. II; F. .............. 1:46am
work
as was so r Atlanta C. of GL...... 1:03pm '1:25am r At1aD C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am
KDO 1. ............
nearly uniform in each grade. r :vil1e. Ii; N. .1:11
r Ch&ttanoo W. Ii A..1:1I 11:55 pm
; am am r Corbin 1. N. ................ a:161)m
r Nuhl le. N. C. A St. 1. 4:50 am 4:3Opm r Louisille 1. 11 N. .............. 9:00 pm I
COMMITTEE TO MEET j Ar 51. Louis L c.A L.A N. %:5Opm 7:20 am r Indianapolis.tL 1.. ............ 1:50 am
Hats made John B. Stetson & Co.
Men's
lor sell .high grade Clothing by
There will be a meeting of the ,lor HopkinsviUe 1. It N..........; 1:21pm.Ar Lexington Cincinaati 1.1. &It: N.4..s_............ 8:50pm;$0 pm
Orange County Democratic Executive fJ Ar EvaDavi11e I. 4 N..... 1:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. Ii; L ...........l:20pmlor made by Schloss Bro of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Committee at the court house in Tern Haute Co a: E. L. 1:10pm 1:01amGrand. Rapids Go R. 4 L ....... %:Upm
;Ar_Chicago. C. A E. L..... .:50 pm ':50 am r-Cleveland Big Four ............. 1:15 am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
Orlando ---- -----
Fla., on Saturday, May --
1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for 23'1' DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
purpose of meeting the inspectors Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
loom sleeping cars observation compartment I Co _;:[:J.I qI Best place in the city to trade.
clerks : .
drawing-room Pullman ;
appointed to conduct the primary cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and sleeping car and coaches -S i '
election on June 2nd, and trans- Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
ar between Jacksonville and St Louis.DIXIE
Jacksonville Louisville and( Indianapolis;
acting any other business which
may :
FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
come before it. Solid train carrying electric lighted corn Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
SETH Bailment, observation sleepers and tleetliofebled Jacksonville and Grand : .
WOODRUFF, Chairman. Rapids on Mondaysand
section drawing-room sleepers. Firstlass M. SLEMONS
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. coaches and smoking car. Dining ear Thursday of each week. Dining ear W. '
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914-

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Sentinel want ads. are money get- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket AsenL W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. I
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Richmond Selected as the Next Meeting
Place for the Confederate

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Jacksonville, Fla., May 8.-Clouds : rr.-)5..
hovered over the city today and
threatened to interfere with the pa-

ORLANDO rade of United Confederate Veterans, .
THE STATE BANK OF .,
one of the leading features of the
twenty-fourth annual reunion now be- < : <
:
n t 1 ing held here. Instead of trudging : : t .
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!,1' I It II through the streets on foot as in pre- 7: ;': g 1 K : J JI
I vious parades, veterans today were
TWICE supplied with automobiles and horses.
PERHAPS YOU HAVE PAID I '
While the innovation detracted from I !
L5 THAT FLAG
Perhaps you have known the bitterness of I the picturesqueness of the spectacle, R'
it was hoped fatalities, which have
paying a bill the second time. characterized former parades, would .i *: stands for the protection of life
I :
{ With a checking account at this Bank you be avoided. 'TAlIUI and property of American Citizens '
The reunion will be concluded this
the Courts of the tillilil everywhere ,
that
receipts
are sure of having afternoon after the final business session -
valid. of the United Confederate Vet- : and
United States recognize as
J erans at which departmental officers riiw the same Government
J% If you want to hear how this "double paymentprotection" will be elected to serve with Gen.Ben- protects
nett H. Young, of Louisville, whoyesterday lull their finances when entrusted to
i is arranged, caD at the bank at your -
was re-elected commanderin to this "National" Bank, which is
t; first convenience. We will explain fully. chief. :
While the parade was forming rain L under Government supervision .
,
began falling, driving many veteransto
cover and drenching others. Thou- ; ;: i i'I
1. sands of spectators who already were .. :

'- crowded upon the down town side-and 'I ,'.;,.:.', .., \..... .7.'.'.--..", ,..........,..;.i.
walks scurried to nearby hotels

It-:;'if1 other public with buildings.which the The business gay decorations section '. rr; ;::I.i ;ii*

4 _._ of the city is adorned soon beganto
---- >- -- ---- fade slightly as a result of the I .. .
CAPTURE NEGRO WANTED FOR iff yesterday morning. The negro I '
downpour.In .' . ., .. .. .
DIAMOND STEAL wanted to come over to the city so' the contest for leadership of the . .".;. '. .
fM that he could "go back to Jacksonville fast thinning ranks of the veterans' :: 'J :h ; .
with the excursionists," but he 0" : G ; A D t \. 0'-
Effecting the capture of the negro ( organization yesterday afternoon } ; '
was told to wait until the next boat I .. :
for bold in Chief .
{ wanted in Duval county a Commander Young was opposed .
and that he could to town .'
come over
i .
t diamond robery committed at Pablo by Gen. Felix Robertson, of
then. It that he
thought might
Beach, Deputy Sheriffs Raymond was Texas. The vote was 1,071 for .
Sabate and Charley Perry reached the be the negro wanted in Duval. I Young, 800 for Robertson. :..'.:..\/:.;: } "';:::: ?:::::::: :*J: : :!:.';';.: .::;:;:: : : ...t :'.:.'..::,:. .: ::. : .:. ':;: :... .,::. .:. '. "::- >.'./.t:;.:f'1;: : ;' _
city yesterday afternoon from Capo's Deputies Sabate and Perry went Richmond, Va., was winner in the
back to the beach and took him in
North Beach. He will probably be I contest for the honor of entertainingthe
taken to Jacksonvile today. tow. A search revealed the diamonds 1915 reunion of the Confederate modations, and also the many courtesies DELANEY BOUND OVER TO THE VERA CRUZ NEWSPAPERS COMMEND .
Monday night, a negro, haggardand hidden about him. He was brought I organizations. The contest was a shown, such as automobile rides CRIMINAL COURT I U.S.ADMINISTRATIONVera
worn from long walking in the to the city and the Duval authoritieswere four cornered affair, with Memphis, to interesting points about the city Cruz, May 8.-Local newspa-
hot sun, stopped at the cottage of notified. St. Augustine Record.!Tenn., Tulsa, Okla., and Denver, Colo., and the hospital accommodations. Harry DeLaney, former manager pers today publish prominently commendations
DeWitt Reed at North Beach. He I competing as well as Richmond. The Notwithstanding the great age of of the Grand theater, was given a of the American adminis-
told of having walked from Pablo I Up to Tuesday noon, 20,072 carloads vote for Richmond, the old capital of many of the old warriors there has hearing before Judge Wm. Martin tration in' the city. There is great
and of its taking him all day. Her of citrus fruit had been shipped'1 the Confederacy, was decisive. Den- been little serious illness among mem- yesterday morning on the charge of commercial activity everywhere and
wanted food( and was willing to work. out of the state of Florida since the'I ver was the runner-up. bers of the reunion company. All obtaining money under false pre this is a subject of much gratificationto
Mr. Reed had no work for him to do opening of the season on September, Jacksonville's entertainment of the cases of sickness have been taken tenses. He was bound over to appear the natives.
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but sent him across to Capt. Paul 15th. At an average of 330 boxes to II veterans and the. allied organizations care of at the emergency hospitals. before the criminal court under bond The work of reorganization is go-
Capo, who had something for him to the car, which is said to be about the I and of the great host of visitors that of $1,500, which he gave, the amount ing steadily forward.
do if he wished to stay there a while. average pack this year, the total num- brought the total attendance to more Sentinel want advertising shortens, being the same which he had given The quiet condition in Mexico City
Both Mr. Reed and Capt Capo were a ber of boxes shipped runs to 6,623-1 than 80,000 has been satisfactory to cheapens and simplifies any real estate for his appearance and being in cash.1 is restoring confidence and many
little suspicious and the discovery that 700. The crop is not as large as last all. The veterans have been unstinted "selling task." 'The state was represented by County Americans having interests in the
the negro was carrying a gun and his year when it ran over 8,000,000 boxes, in their praise of the preparationsmade Solicitor \7ilber Tilden, and DeLaneywas capital are making short trips thereto
a actions generally caused Capt. Capoto but is larger than it was figured early for their comfort, both as to T. 3. Abenuthy, auto livery, phone represented by Attorneys CarlB. clean up their affairs. There is
report his being there to the sher- this season it would be. sleeping quarters and dining accom-'12, Orlando. 3-5-tf Robinson and Davis & Giles. now no interruption to train service.


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