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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 10, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1914. NUMBER 77.PREPARATIONS .

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[ fOR WAR A ACTIVELY[ ITAlY Will DEMAND AN IT I INCONSISTENCY N I Y OF f THESCHOOL DOZEN[ VILLAGES[ IN ITALY REED[


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4 EIGHT TRANSPORTS ARE JACKSONVILLE[ D DESERVES[ [ [ MUCH H CONSUL SERVES NOTICE ON DOES NOT APPEAR [ [ [ [ FORTH ,

ORDERED TO MOBILIZE p PRAISE J E fOR ENTERTAINMENT SECRETARY OF STATETO McKINNON IS FOLLOING O [[ DEADLY

AT GALVESTON EXPECT SUCH PRINCIPLE SO LAVA

Those 'Who Attended From Orlando ACTION CLOSELY

NATIONAL GUARDSMEN PUT ON NOTICE[ Testify to Greatness and Generosity H TO BE B[ DAD[

of the Metropolis DEMAND fOR PROPERTY DAMAGE D [ AlSO ALLEGED[ HE HOT STATED

TO BE READY TO RESPOND --. : TO BE AS
Many of those who attended the reunion -
UPON CALL FROM THE WAR WHICH DE-
in Jacksonville returned to Or- BILL APPROPRIATING HUNDRED WHOLE HISTORY OF CO :

DEPARTMENT AND OTHER lando yesterday, and all were instantin THOUSAND FOR PAYMENT OF VERSY BETWEEN SIX YEARS
''' PORTENTS OF WAR ARE EVIDENT testfiying to the greatness and DEATH LIST
STATE TROOPS FOR STRIKE TENDENT AND
generosity of the entertainment given
SERVICE PASSED BY REVIEWED BY FOR
the veterans by that city. .
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HOUSE AT DENVERDenver PRESIDENT OF BOARD
Washington, May 9.-(Special.)- "I have nothing but praise for May 9.-Earth-

The ordering of the monitor Ozark, Jacksonville," said Mr. B. M. Robinson. eruption, fol-
a light draft vessel carrying tw; "I wish that every person in Colo., May 9.-(Special)-I To the Patrons of the )" perhaps a

twelve-inch guns, from Cuba to Tam- Florida could have been there to see A bill appropriating $100,000 for the School: slopes of Mount

of eight troop the decorations, if for no other pur- payment of state troops while doing The disaster caused
the '
pico, engaging service in the For some time Dr. J. F.
strike district
The decorations the most was
to mobilize at Galveston, pose. were hundreds of
transports passed by the house today, by a unan- superintendent of public
and the extraordinary tangle concerning I magnificent I ever saw, and the illumination : of injured will
the German .steamship Kron' at night made the streets as imous vote, and the passage of the of Orange county, has been .
measure by the senate Monday is as- fore the citizens of Orlando,
day. It really wonderful -
bright
Prinzessin Cecelie, which carried a as was that the loss of
cargo of arms to Puerto Mexico for and as for the treatment accorded sured. public prints, and through in the Messina dis-
the veterans and visitors-it was The Italian consul today served no- interviews, certain matters
'
the develop-
important
Huerta, were
tice on the Colorado secretary of public schools.I .
our
all that could have been expected or
ments in the Mexican situation today. were torn up,
state that his government would de-
have hesitated to
The order for the Ozark to pro- desired. reply the ground, houses
foreshadowsthe Mr. Robinson to Or- mand damages from Colorado for articles or to make any public
ceed at once to Tampico Accompanying telegraph poles
entry of the American armed lando were his brother, Mr. W. B. Italians killed in the strike zone. Five ment in regard thereto, as I radius of several

forces upon the Panuco 'river and Robinson, and an old comrade( Mr. of the children killed were Ludlow believe that the educational Terror strick

landing to protect American oil wells J. W. Raiford, both of Hampton, Ark. Italians.In of our community will be from the villages
Mr. Robinson had neither for addition many Italians suffered ; a public discussion of these
and other property.The seen a daybreak today,
large property damages for which In view, however, of the fact
transports are expected to car- number of years, and the delight with ruin and disaster.
reparation will be asked.
reinforcements to Gen. Funston as which he is entertaining them may be perintendent McKinnon has I railroads and tele-
ry Only two hundred guns were sur- public statement that the
Gal- imagined. They were wonderstruck to obtain
at
be gathered
soon as they can '
rendered to the federal at
troops
board has endeavored to
veston. It is understood the war department yesterday afternoon when their host as to the loss of
Trinidad today. Both strikers and
real issues, and the further
took them for a drive through the
doesn't want to begin an
Apopka, Oakland, Tildenville, Winter miners declared that this representedall the superintendent in all his of the disaster
aggressive move jintil it is ready to
the fire arms in their possession.Col. .
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it to the utmost. Garden sections, where they saw for public utterances on the [ until this morning
press intimated
Locket that
today a
the first time in their lives fifty and never attempted to give the in from the sur-
That the_ ship load of arms carriedon fields of tomatoes beans search for the missing weapons the matter, but rather to 1 [ [
sixty acre ,
the Cecelie is already safely in would be made. I
and other vegetables. Both are planters question with many,and Linera and Consen-
the hands of Huerta's agents is believed I
I
cles dealing in generalities,
in Arkansas, and they were well : into of
heaps
in Washington. The Cecelie SHOULD EXPLAIN LAW TO IN-
cloud the issues with an
to the work and
was docked at Puerto Mexico all day prepared appreciate SPECTORSTo
conscience I it
enterprise of farming vegetables on thought my house was de-
and the second German
yesterday avoid confusion in counting the
one conversant with the facts
such scale.
i ship Bavaria is hurrying a consignment a I votes according..: to the Drovisions of now connected damage was
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& way
of arms for Huerta but is re- Mr. Robert Howe also returned yesterday I the Bryan primary law the election the Orlando special tax school Venerina.
be due at Puerto Mexico from the reunion, and he saidit I walls collapsed in
ported not to inspectors should have the law explained to state to the public the
was the biggest and the best of the Maria, Amma-
until May 18. to them in advance by some in the matter, so that the "
kind that he had attended. : Mango, Santa
is of
The department aware who is
navy one thoroughly familiar with ed public" to whom the .
'e movements of this ship and it is! )Ir. B. C. Abernethy said the reunion it. The method of tallying the first ent has appealed with such 4)E I

ticipated that this cargo shall not' was a great success. The preparations |, and second choice votes is a most may be fully advised in the I to the Maria ground.Vergine
11 into Huerta's hands. for handling the crowds were I puzzling feature of the new law and
Immediately after the late known
to have
Preparations for war went actively just as near perfect as they could be,I the inspectors should be thoroughly are
L Palmer, Mr. A. B. Johnson
village of Linera
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day while peace was talked. The and there was no mishap of any kind, I familiar with the law in advance so
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self were elected as trustees .
ators discussed peace while he said, and very little illness. Mr.! there will be no delay or mistake in I Among the
school district we began the
ports were being engaged fors. Abernethy said that the Jacksonville.. counting the votes. Bongiardo and
for splinnl htiHdinfr.
a new : had
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The war department is hold- reunion committee deserved great| The Democratic executive committee 1--- -----00-0'
: by the growth of our
the fourth and fifth brigades of credit for the manner in which they i, of Orange county has invited all essary
soon as our people had late
regular army at Texas City in had gone about the work of entertain- :, of the election inspectors to spend a today placed
the necessities of the matter at 135 and the in-
dines to embark at a moment's ing the crowds. Though he is just a day in Orlando to study the new law
tees presented to the county :
Lice The National Guard organi- Sons he took great interest in the' and have it explained to them. It figures will prob-
petition for an election. An
ions of the Middle, Western and election of the commander in chief, would be a good idea for such a get- I by more complete
was duly called and held,
stern states have been notified to and did all he could for General Rob- ;I together meeting'of inspectors to beheld i wrecked villages. A
for a bond issue of $35,000,
sten men to' be in condition to re- ertson as against General Young. He j in this county. The day could was prevented by
tion resulting favorably.The i final
tmd to a call from the war depart- was of the opinion that the trans-i j I be made a pleasant one for the inspectors severe shock
[ent, and the railroads have been Mississippi section should have had and would doubtless resultin trustees then preceded by sixty

Bred to. hold themselves in readi- the office, in view of the fact that it.I a quicker and better count of the dispose of the bonds among of the population

ss to transport large bodies of had never been given the honor. I vote on June 2.-Pensacola News. here and through several houses and fled

ops on short notice. I in the North. Owing, .

CARL JANSEN WILL MOVE INTO j BASEBALL RESULTS condition of the bond market I

AMMUNITION CARGOES MAY BE CITY TO LIVE I j National League inadequacy of the enabling i EMITTING COL.

RETURNED TO GERMANY i Pitts burl? 2.-, Chicago_ _10 n impossible to place the bonds. I ) SMOKE
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Washington, May 9.-Special-( Mr. Carl Jansen, the city clerk, has Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 11 meantime the trustees 9.-Special-)
The announcement was made tonight traded his home on the Pine Castle''' New York 2, Boston 0. to be drawn for the new I, give horrifying de-

that the Cecelie, which is said to be road for the place fronting Lake I St. Louis 0, Cincinnati 3. I ing, made arrangements for and sorrow in
and munitions of South Lake and Palmer! chase of a lot, advertised for
carrying arms war Cherokee at I I American League I towns nad villages
for Huerta, had returned from Puerto streets, and will move into it as soon Boston 2, New York 3. ceived bids for the buried and the

Mexico to Vera Cruz tonight without as certain improvements are made) Washington 2, Philadelphia 5. the building, and but for our l is enormous.

disembarking her cargo. It is also upon it. Mr. Jansen will spend a considerable Chicago 4, Detroit 7. to market the bonds would reported even worse

said that the munitions on board the sum in remodeling the resi-j Cleveland 6, St. Louis 5. school building in ample time is still threaten-

Cecelie and others supposed to be dence. Mr. Jansen traded with Mr., Federal League opening of school in October, I vast columns of sur-

aboard the Bavaria will be returnedto J. W. White, who owned the town I Indianapolis 3, Baltimore 0. During the session of shocks recur every

Germany.Mr. property. The White place is a pret-J Chicago 3, Brooklyn 1. had been found necessary to I ; fear a sudden ex-

i ty home, but will be more attractive St. Louis 2, Pittsburg 5. I overflow. one or two might sub-

Philip Slemons is making many when Mr. Jansen completes the con- : ansas City 3, Buffalo 2. school in rooms prepared for ; eastern coast of Sic-

improvements around his new homeon templated changes. The Jansen place Southern League the second floor of the .I ._. '
North Orange avenue. A fine lawn contains five acres, which Mr. Jansen> Memphis 2, Mobile 1. ing, over the Cook I

has been started and many shrubs has spent much time and pains in improving i New Orleans 6, Chattanooga 3. pany. There had been quite IAXAGDfE OF

and trees set out and the place already -. by setting it to fruit trees 1', Nashville 13, Montgomery 6. complaint from the patrons I THEATER

has a verf comfortable, homey and working about it at every spare Atlanta 6, Birmingham 4. school over this plan, as the

appearance.Mr. moment. He found it inconvenient. to';' South Atlantic League had to play on the hot brick has become sole

work in town and live in the country,: Augusta 8, Macon 2. 1''the vicinity of the above Lucerne theater, hav-

Samuel Pollack was among or he probably couldn't have been induced -I Charleston 7, Albany 2. I i were liable to injury upon interest of Mr. W.

those leaving this week for Braddock, to part with the home. I Jacksonville 3, Columbia 2. |I from traffic. The trustees Lucerne has been
,
F Pa. Savannah 7, Columbus 6. determined that if possible splendid attractions

i BREAKFAST FOOD KING COMMITS I rangement would be & Kent took

Mrs. A. P. Dodge was among those SUICIDE BUT FEW NOT QUALIFIED ing the summer the matter I and Mr. Kent as-

leaving yesterday for the North. When the tax books closed yester-! cussed at. length many I': that there will be no

Westboro, Mass., was her destination.Mr. Santa Barbara, Cal., May 9.- day afternoon there were but few who'I trustees, and with Prof. of the enter-

Charles W. Post, the manufacturer,:, had not paid their poll tax. The foot-, an endeavor to obtain a

0. P. Branham, of Gallatin, of Battle Creek, Mich, shot and killed ings had not been made and the exact the matter. Prof. Coleman

Tenn., a gentleman of the old school, himself this morning.Mr. t|number can not be given, but the list vised a plan car*.sending improving Lake Eola

is here on a visit to his brother, Mr. Post was taken ill here sud- of delinquents had been reduced dur- sions each day n submitted under the direction

A. G. Branham.See denly several months ago and hur-!ing the last few days, and Orange the trustees. It was decided 1 The banks have

ried to Rochester, Minn., aboard a county's vote bids fair to be almost as no action in the matter until all weeds and graded

our window display of parcel special train for an operation. He great as the registration. The number ing of school, when it might has been smoothed

post scales, dosing out at half',.price returned here recently, apparently re- of Democrats registered was mined the number of pupils 'J the appearance of

4 Curtis & O'Neal. covered. 1,552. (Continued on page ) of water.

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THE STORY IS SIMPLY THIS 1

;: LEVY BROTHERS, of Jacksonville, who was with the Big Cohen Store, left that firm, and six month's ago opened a
j; business of their own, down on Bay Street. They had the reputation, and justly soof carrying the best selected, and highest
11 class of merchandise in Jacksonville. No shoddy, cheap, or inferior goods in the stock,all new. They have been in business
V ;; five months, hence nothing could possibly be any older than that; a lot of goods had not been taken out of their cases when
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g ALWAYS ALIVE TO BARGAINS,AND A CHANCE TO GET THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY FOR THEIR TRADE.BOUGHT THIS STOCK FOR 50c. ON THE DOLLAR;
JUST HALF ITS VALUE,PACKED IT UP AND NOW HAVE IT IN ORLANDO. THIS WE HAVE COMBINED WITH OUR IMMENSE AND EXCEPTIONALLY FINE STOCK,
AND OFFER TO YOU THE ENTIRE STOCK AT UNHEARD OF PRICES, AND MAKE ONE GRAND CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS. ORLANDO HAS HAD MANY SALES, BUT
NEVER HAD ONE LIKE THIS BEFORE. OUR FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS IN OUR NEW FOUR-STORY BUILDING; OUR IMMENSE LINE OF MERCHANDISE,
CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR,MILLINERY,SHOES FOR EVERYBODY, MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
CLOTHING, GROCERIES, FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, TRUNKS,BAGS,CHINA AND GLASSWARE. HOUSEHO GOODS OF EVERY KIND; EVERYTHING THAT GOES
IN THE HOUSE,FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE PARLOR, COMBINED WITH OUR TREMENDOUS OUTLET,TAKING IN A RADIUS OF 100 MILES AROUND ORLANDO,
:MAKE THIS POSSIBLE. REMEMBER,THE SALE LASTS AS LONG AS STOCK LASTS.

BOUGHT FOR HALF PRICE AND WILL BE SOLD AS BOUGHTThis

is the first Windfall Sale that ever struck the State. We never had such a chance before,and may never have one again, when a $50,000 stock,all brand new, of best quality,
and good style,could be bought for one-half price. This is our bargain,and we pass it on to you. Others had the chance,b ut either lacked the money,or the nerve to buy it. Our good
fortune is your good fortune,and if you do as we did,you will take advantage of this opportunity.This .
stock is so large, that we have to draw from long distances to get enough people to take it up, so will refund railroad fare to all purchasers of goods to the amount of$20,
within a radius of fifty miles of Orlando. We want to introduce you to the finest a nd largest Department Store south of Jacksonville. Make it your home while in Orlando; large,
airy rest room for your convenience.

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(By W. F. Blackman, Ph. D., LL quail, meadow lark, bluebird, Florida
D., President of Rollins College and blue jay king bird, downy woodpecker -
the Florida Audubon Society.) pileated woodpecker and flicker; : Orlando Bank & Trust Co "
the bull bat and c'nek-will's widow;
For weeks, in my busy office, I had
been hearing the insistent call of the the bald eagle, crow, fish-crow, tur- :
woods and birds, and May Day key buzzard and black vulture; the Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
brought me the opportunity to an- great horned owl; the redshoulderedhawk I
swer it. marsh hawk, osprey, logger- :
head shrike, and swallow-tailed kite;' I RESOURCESReal
In the early morning, accompaniedby the white ibis, wood ibis, limpkin, I
my friend, Stanley Hanson and by sandhill crane least bittern, water : Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ ,437.37
Tom Hand chauffeur woodsman hun-
ter, fisherman, cook, and all-round, turkey, Florida gallinue, willet, king-I Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
rail and or :
good fellow, I set out from Fort My- Wilson, ); the plover pine(semipalmated curlew, the long-I Overdrafts . . . . . 1,225.23

ers in an automobile loaded with Uneeda BiscuitA billed curlew, the Ward's heron, little Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33 .
camping equipment and eatables- blue heron, Louisiana heron, snowy Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
about the only thing left behind was and Ameican the wood-i
crisp, clean, nutri- eron egret;
for the Okaloa -coochee, yellow -
guns duck and the Florida dusky; the
blue, red, purple, pink and white. tious food For mocking bird, Kentucky Warbler, $904,906.09
From the edge of some of the shrunken everybodyevery palm warbler, cardinal, Florida wren, LIABILITIES
ponds for the winter has been where. Fresh in the purple matin, mourning dove, ground]
drystretched wide areas of mud, dove, chewing and booolink. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

wholly covered, lee carpet, with moisture-proof pack- What we did not see, unhappily Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

anist small, blossoms could not, which identify I, being, but no which bot- age, 5 cents. were Carolina the flamingoes paraquets,, whooping and ivory-bill cranes, Bills payable . . . . . . . None .

were of the lovliest, softest, brightest,
yellow.A woodpeckers, which formerly abounded Deposits . . . . . . 770,793.72
in Florida, but which we have fool-

rain the previous day had filled eV's/I ishly allowed to be almost or quite Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,83239$904,906.Q9
the sunken road for miles with water, exterminated.On .
through which we splashed, bumping the morning following this visit -
0 over submerged roots and into concealed to the rookeries, I had the pleasure -

holes, and developing appetites of meeting a number of citizensof > _______
' as we went along.A y Fort Myers, and discussing with
curious feature of the prairiewere ll them the desirability and advisability Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

the frequent excavations in the of a more adequate projection of Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
path, which the small and scrawny, these rookeries against the miserable

but valiant range bulls scraped out, ZuZuThe plume-hunter, and yet more miserable Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
bellowing, no doubt, meantime, and tourist, who decorates her foolish and

proclaiming their masculine energy cruel head with aigrettes, every one Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
and militant challenge to the earth, funny little name of which means, not only the killingof Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . 770,793.72
and the As for human habi- but also the
to sky. of the famous little a beautiful bird, pit-
tation, we saw hardly any in all the iful death by starvation of the nest-
two score miles. ginger snap that puts lings, whose parent has been shot for Increase in 100 days :. . . . 249,626.34
We lunched near old Fort Drum, on fresh "snap" and her pleasures and at her command. C
the Okaloacoochee Slough a mile or "ginger" into jaded Measures were taken for the form- Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

so from the edge of the l big Cypress appetites. 5 cents. ing of a Lee County Audubon Society, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
the Florida Audubon
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swamp.
Leaving the automobile here, we which I hape may be. carried Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

traversed the intervening prairie,, through.If friends and customers for making such a statement pos
plunged into the morass Indian-file, these two rookeries could be sible.
Tom ahead, Stanley following, and I protected and if the seller and buyr
bringing up the rear, and for some of the "white badge of cruelty" ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
three hours floundered through it, a could be detected and punished-and
distance of perhaps seven miles nothing is easier to do, Fort Myers huuuuititiiuntuuiuiunnnanunnnuunuuuunutiiNOTICE :
idabout, observing through field would have at her doors, within an
glasses the throng of birds nesting 2asy day's travel back and forth, a
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presses. The black slimy mud was which would in due time at-
everywhere, knee-deep, and often tract to the city every year multi- Change of Schedule Clyde St '
much deeper; dense growths obstructed tudes of bird-lovers and those who Johns River SteamersUntil

S the way, tangled our feet, caughtat I' interest ia the conservation o' further notice the steamers Beck &
our American wild life, and which Paynes
our clothing, pierced our fingers; of this line will leave Sanford at .
big, but harmless flies buzzed aboutour GRAHAM CRACKERS wuold be greatly to her advantage
ears; moccasins lay lazily in the 'nd to the advantage of the entire 11:30 o'clock a. m.

slime or wriggled away as we ap The natural sweet- state. N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. .
proached-of these we slew twenty- May 6, 1914. B. CALDER Agent Cash
t two with the short sticks which we ness and nutriment Grocery
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Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.
had provided for the purpose and asa of the wheat are retained Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
help in wading. We clamored over giving them for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and .
logs or made use of them as bridgesfor Pepper Crates. 4-29m I Sentinel want advertising shortens,
crossing the deeper pools. We a delightful flavor. cheapens and simplifies any real estate -
sank suddenly, leg-deep into soft 10 cents.
"selling task.
places; we balanced ourselves on the If you want your bicycle fixed ina STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
hurry take it to Warman'g Repair
submerged roots, slipped on them,
falling forward, hands and elbows i in Buy biscuit baked by Shop. 12-5-tf. T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

the slime. We pulled ourselves out 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf
by laying hold of the stout and friendly NATIONAL If your paper is not delivered

cypress "knees," taking care firstto BISCUIT promptly, don't fail to notify the office. I Job printing at the Sentinel. Nice new stock. White Rose
see that we were not putting our
hands on a moccasin, and all the COMPANY
while the crowd of birds overhead ; brand Canned goods, Fox River But-

looked down at us, not much alarmed, Always look for that name =

but Huge''curious ferns and, "brakes clamorous.," were growing 'IF \ ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter- I

everywhere and a great variety of _z I .. ..

of beautiful them in and bloom precious, bedecked orchids the, trees.I many. -\r II I f 1 1J ine. Call and get our cash prices.
perhaps the influence on nerves un- pUIDPAINTCh
was told that the
cypresses here accustomed to this beverage, of the
are the largest and finest in the
delectable coffee, which Tom had
state, and I well believe
can it, for
had brewed thrice the
during day
one this which murky we realm spanned, measured, the king of copiously and very joy- 11 West Robinson Avenue
thirty- of i'oibade but
fully partaken sleep,
two feet in circumference
five feet &
they spre me a night 1 tan never for
above the ground, if one can speakof

ground where tlere'was none. To get.The next day we floundered some- RRENPAINTB COlOaC 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"1111111'.
this particular'shand" of the Big
what similarly but more brefly A60 '
Cypress, the.8, minoles largely resort through the Corscrew Rookery, to .
for making their canoes; the trees
reach which we were obliged to walk
are (elled in the dry season and the six miles beyond where we left our in the ;Cold
canoe is fashioned by fire and tool automobile, much of the time in wa- Up Northwest :
and left lying in its place until the
ter, and to wade a wide sawgrass
rains have filled the swamp, when the
marsh. In this found
rookery we
Indians and The largest sale of music and
return
drag it to 'their smaller cypreses then in the Okal- musical instruments -

camp. oacoochee, fewer ferns and orchids,
Of the birds whose nests, occu- if any more course and cutting grasses is during the winter months. In a
pied now by young and half-grown and more briar-like growths. Mr.

fledglings the, filled the tops of the cy- Rhett Green, who is guarding this ''. Florida the largest trade is during the summer -
presses, major part were wood rookery for the National Asociationof

also ibises, "flint-heads"white ibises but there were Audubon Societies and who piloted You should get your children interested -
many and other
spe-
us through it, estimates that
'cioj i of water fowl. 1
Of the American
some five or six hundred American it\ in learnihg music the
during
egret and the pink curlew or ro- there summer vaca-
egrets are nesting certainly we
t.euts spoonbill we saw, alas, .
very saw a larger numbr of these superb
few and of the I l'JOJ'JUJ'J'rrto : tion. We Violins Mandolins
dainty and charm- birds here and wading in the adjacent carry Guitars ,
ing, but now rare snowy heron, none swale, than at the Okaloacooche
here, and the only one the following Rookery and one snowy heron. Drums and all small musical goods. and inStruction .
day in the Corkscrew Rookery] We "
Of the birds which we identified in

saw ter, in coon the, wild mud,turkeys tracks,of alligators deer, ot- there the two were rookeries fifty-seven, and speciessomeof by the way, (f) U\LJ-r\ Y V books. --

0 and Toward I am afraid, plume-hunters. our commonest birds not being Let us assist you in all musical matters, '
evening we returned tot seen, to my surprise-namely: the II .t
soaked
camp, with woter, plasteredmith
mud, weary of leg, hungry and
happy. A change of clothing, a frugal W. S. BRANCH,

supper, a blazing campfire, and To THE WEST
some friendly talk about the woods
and the birds, and then we turned in Lv- -N\ Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store
for the night, I on a comfortable pneu-'I VIASfMINOU
matic mattress, and beneath a mos-
quito bar. But I could not sleep, tir- MinD MIIMIMMMIMIIinillH
ed as I was. Chadwick's
Reminding myself that Special List
I had all eternity to rest in, but that I i Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
another opportunity like this might: Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm For SaleI j
not be vouchsafed to me, \ gave myself -i Lv Jacksonville,Flay A.C. I. 9:00 pm of Properties for Sale and Rent
all night long to rehearsing the Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm Remember that the paint cost much less
experiences of the day and to drink- Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L___ 1:15 am than the painting-not over one-half or even have the following J
ing in the sights and sounds of the Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 an '
1 wilderness night. Ar Americas Ga. C. of Ga.. 3:55 ne-third as much. properties which I offer J
am
For a while the crescent moon keptme Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Therefore, you want the work to last as long. at ATTRACTIVE PRICES I I Lake Lucerne: Private boardingand
company, and the stars shone with Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am as possible. Measure the cost of your painting north J roominghouse, 10 bedrooms,
the lambent splendor which they Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p by dividing the total cost of painting and prior to going : I seven private baths. Everything *
seem to have nowhere else than in the Ar Birmingham,AlL C.of G.12:05 pm repainting in a given period by the number One California Bunga-J complete
skies of Florida. The fireflies flash Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm of years of service.. This will give you the low one house even silverwareand
ed their wondrous dark lanterns ev Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.___..__ 9:35 pm average cost per year of paint and punting. ; two-story piano. This grand proposi
erywhere. Crickets chirruped in the Ar Cairo, III, 1. C._________11:07 pm This means that the job that costs you (corner lot.) Intending tion can be secured for six
grass. Alligators bellowed and frogs Ar Carbondale 111., I. C.____12:13 amy $50.00 and last five years will be cheaper than buyers will do well to get months for $200.00, just a few

croaked.the mosquitos in the swamp.sang, Outside hungry but mbar Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am one costing 140 and lasting three years. Hereis in touch with me on dollars more than a private

baffled. A great horned owl in a Ar Centralia,'111.., I.:-C.=_.:-1:38 am where other people's experience comes in." above properties which \ house; coolest location in the

nearby tree everv now and____ thpn_... hav. Ar Matoon. IB.. I. C._______ 3:30 am It has been proved over and over that"W.P. j city; strictly no children.
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something like" a hound, one of Jed Ar Champaign, III, I. C...__ 4:29 am Paint costs no more for the first painting and are both new and well : ( )
the most arresting and impressive Ar Kankakee: HI, I. C_____ 6:20 am last twice as long as "cheap paint." In short located. Also six-room cottage, furnished
voices of the Florida night! and his Ar Chicago, 111., I. (........ 7:50'am in would cost no more to paint a house of; I !i complete; fine shade, dose in;
mate -ac least I surmised it was slw 5,000 feet of surface withV.. P. ready NOW
square unfurnished
North
Solid Through of FRED B. DALE ,
-replied more volubly, .u is the hab- Trains-Composed than with "just.asgood"paint, and it will I Orange four
observation, compartment, drawingroom II blocks out. Ask
it of her sex. I though that all Ire last several years longer-a saving of fully
the small birds and other creature: of reclining, section chair, sleeping cars, between cars arid Jacksonville fee- .fifty per cent. in "W. P." I 306 ANDERSON STREET Chadwick for these and other
woods must have trembled when I IDon't properties for sale or rent. Good
and
Chicago and Jacksonville
they heard his call so regal migra service
PHONE 316MIIIIIMMMMiilllHM at all times.
tire, rd Su Louis. All meals in dining
tnreatening. A young F'oiida

barred querulouf owl tones constantly, down by coippiaimd the; dough in car.For lets and Pullman car reservations A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND

where we had seen him in the room all on
ing. Hundreds of voices W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, BUSINESS EXCHANGE
croak Kiln Dried Lumber and Material wait for every one in town to
Building
came from the distant roukery. All or have Entrican, the painter, before
this-e various sounds, thj n-emories |D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, you try. Am too busy to look you 19 W. Church St. Phone 3M.
of the day. The audible slumbers of Atlantic Coast Line, Phone 451 Orlando Fla. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
one or another of my companions, and; Orlando. job. 1-20-tf, Open EveninrsI

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p: THE DAILY I ItI. INCONSISTENCY during the summer. THE SHORT HAUL I- .

(Continued from page 1) The trustees were confident, andso

South Florida Sentinel no accommodations, could be had at was the county' board, that they Re-elect Congressman Claude L'En-
acted for the best interests of the gle!
MORNING AND WEEKLY the regular session, in hopes that
school and believe that the The electors of the Fourth
patrons
1 JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. some arrangement could be made to congres-
smoothness with which the details sional district should not forget that CORSETS
accommodate them, without having to :
Entered at the potoffke at Orlando. FlorID have been worked out, the efficiencyof the infamous railroad lobby was per-
Claw MaU Matter.J resort to the double daily sessions.
,
ida Second
at the work done and the general sat- petually cleaned out of Tallahasseeby
Upon the opening of school the
SUBSCRIPTION BATES board and Dr. McKinnon met isfaction of the patrons has justified his trenchant pen.
l' Dafly, 1 Year ..........................*500 county them in their position.But When he put his club-ax at the
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 with the trustees to canvass the sit-
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.251 found that there Prof. McKinnon contends that roots of that tangle growth of iniquity .
Duly, 1 Month ....................... 50 I uation. It was was he performed one signal service
,
I such an enormous increase in attend- the pupils do not receive the five

. .i Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 ance that it would be necessary to divide hours of instruction which the law that is inestimable.The .
Weekly 6 Month ..............:...... .?iTO That is true the same man is on his job attentively -
--.- each grade, up to and includingthe requires. though
1 ADVERTISERS: eighth. The question was then teachers all do five full hours of work. at Washington.The a
squarely up to the trustees.: Whether We believe that more real good can same mind and characteristicswill s
c." fer display and all bJter handset these in be done all the pupils in four hours,I be valuable to his people.His .
to place eight grades various WeCarry
; "nrthblr soot be handed in at the baiineatffk
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1. .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a.tfc .. rooms scattered around the city, under the present conditions than in house bin directed at the long Corsels
:,. day before publication. This rule applies double the number of hours under the and short haul clause for our ship-
to chancea for contract advertidnc: it U rooms where we could not hope to -
bnriall" and win be strictly adhered to.Sw.cribefl like conditions Prof. McKinnon would have pers is worth more than all the juggling All
have anything proper light, ventilation For theYoung
of sites, pork barrel chipsor styles
had make. And Prof. McKinnon port
desiring The Sentinel. discon- and sanitation, with no play us so -
I' tinued should notify the office in writing on grounds, and not under the direct refuses to sign the warrants of bunk resolutions. Ot Girl--
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be I Let L'Engle stay on the job and
the teachers because while they teach This
continued at the regular subscription rates, supervision of the principal, or was it
until notice to atop is received. and for five batter out this one bill and the results -
best to have two daily sessions, in the earnestly conscientiously Famous For theBudding .
t school building where sanitation and hours, the great majority of their pu- will be immeasurable. Make'' k j I
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1914. ..
r. light and ventilation had been given pils remain for only four hours. The ------- I i ,
special study and thought, where ,teachers are not to blame for the con- But Dr. McKinnon after the absolute ---- hll v
I THE WEATHER there was ample play ground, and ditions, and would readily teach all stand he had taken, after refusing to DebutanteSPECIAL

:I where all grades could be at all times their pupils for the full five hours. sign the warrant month after month, \
I Florida: Fair Sunday and Monday.'under the'" direct supervision of, the' They can not do so because, and only after generalizing time and again as It'j' ) 1

;;.:. principal. The trustees having in because of a money panic and an insufficient -, to the moral issue contained in his
i. ,The president is tenting on the oldI mind the best interests of the schoolchildren law i i stand for the'observance of the law,

camp ground. of this city recommended the, One might commend Prof. McKin!' without further notice and no public

I o latter as the best solution ofjthe mat- non, ,for. the stand he has taken if one, declaration as to change in his atti-
'
Send flowers for remembrance ofJJothers ter, and this was approved by the could but believe that he was I tude, has begun' to sign this warrant.

daytoday.Everybody's county board. The plan was to have ing a principle, unswervingly, fonow-I', It is to be earnestly,hoped that Dr.
:f o the first section attend from eight' if it could be conceived that McKinnon may yet be able to under-

1\ doin' it-what? Running until twelve and the other, section acting in the best interests of those stand that it was a condition, and nota .
The teacherswere he to The law theory which confronted the trustees I
for of Georgia. from twelve until .four. was appointed serve. .
:,1 governor to all be present in the class' says that a,school day shall consist of I and the county board, and that

0flt room for the full five hours, the extra not less than five hours. The children,i ii I they acted in all good faith and with Pictorial Review Patterns
Penrose talks of Democratic in- the best interests of the children of t
hour to be used in coaching delinquent i in the first and second grades attend
flt' competency. That may be bad, but pupils. for only four hours per day, and the"I this city ever before them, Dr. Mc- Just Arrived

1 some things are worse.t Prof. McKinnon disapproved the third grade for four and a half hoursall I I Kinnon. to the contrary notwithstanding. -

t-- 0 plan. He urged and insisted that the over the county. Prof. McKinnon I' y \I
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LEROY B. GILES.TEACHERS'
The Shriner's Shrug is the latest' necessary rooms should be obtained signs the warrants for their teachers +l i
lit i tango invention. It produces the outside. He insisted that rooms be because he ,says that these chil- The "New Russian Tunic 1kl \\

French shrug among the spectators. obtained in the Slemons building on dren should not be ,made:to stay the EXAMINATIONSThe l 1 Skirts I \

h. 0 Church street, one block west of the full five'hours. That may,be reasonable and
but where does Dr., McKinnon regular June examinations for '- '
railroad. familiar with this The "New Paquin"
[1 There are no more days in which to Any one teachers will be held in the public I'llWu '
this who would: hold,observanceof 1
man '
and its location will readily Skirts
have fled. If building \
pay poll tax-they you )I I ;
school building, Orlando beginning
,
the law: before'all other virtues, I It
:il are a candidate qualify by May 12. understand why the two boards refused ., .
to consider this building seri- find in the law authority for such a' Tuesday, June 2, 1914. .You cannot obtain these.
After June 2 we will let you rest. '
ously. The fact that the great ma- stand? Dr'Md nn n.has resolutely I. A state examination for state and the latest novelties, in i
0 refused to sign the warrant of Prof.' special examination will be held'D.cLand at other pattun-
jority of the children would have to any
i Jacksonville had hard time in getting Pla, beginning, Wednesday, ''
a Prof
Coleman yet' : C61eman ion ahead i
months
the railroad tracks going to You will be
I pass over
f that reunion entertainment fund in'the May 27, 1914: 1 }
: duty continuously fromefght thesenew
if
and from school was enough in itselfto I in.style you adopt i
together but Jacksonville deliveredthe rn''ih j. F. MCKINNON,
condemn the building' for school morning until four afternoon, .J Fashions.The .
gobds when it came to the enter- is principal of the whole school, and a: County ,Superintendent Public
and there not sufficient
was I
purposes .
tainmeril' light or ventilation' absolutely necessary -I I teaches only in the high school department Instruction. It-d&w FASHION BOOK I
though Prof. McKinnon LL I"j"
-y--- and essential for the health of i, I '
Sentinel want ads. are get- for SUMMERof
Bob Holly evidently didn't get a I the children. Prof. McKinnon further signs the warrants for all other teachers money
ters. them.
real Key 'West cigar from Congres- urged that we again take rooms inthe in the high school.It Try the Celebrated

sional Candidate Malone, to judge armory. This was not believed might be also added that before --- .1 REVIEW
t from the way he's talking about Ma- wise for the reasons stated above and the opening of the session Prof. Mc- MMHIMMMMMMMMtiT. PICTORIAL

4 lone's cigars. the further reason that many gallonsof Kinnon in company with Mr. Knox PATTERNS

4 9 gasoline were stored below. It is entered into a contract with a Mr. F. HOUR11UN : '
will be sale May First.
The Ocala Banner claims that Ocala readily conceived that Prof. McKinnon Shuer to bring children from a cer- l' on
has more automobiles than any town had no children of his own attending tain district into school. The party' Licensed Plumber and 5665-IScentt Order U DOW. Wtut Skirt 57U-IJ 5570-1 Sccnu nu"Merode"

r of its size in the United States. Don'tdispute our public school, for if so was engaged at the instance of Dr. Sanitary Engineer Skirt 511 S-IS teat

p it, but Ocala will have to he would have probably taken a different McKinnon, and the contract writtenby Estimates Furnished. Jobbing :

count rapidly to beat Orlando. stand in the matter, at least its him. Yet for the first several Promptly Attended to. ..:.
o hoped he would have.It months Dr. McKinnon refused to sign PHONE 629

Harry Floyd's eulogium of John P. must, of course, be remembered this warrant, for no other reason than 106 Court Street

;d Stokes doesn't seem to be making any that the plan was merely temporary, that these pupils were attending for I
votes for that candidate in the third, as arrangements had already been only four hours instead of five. The ORLANDO, FLORIDA J

district. John P. chose his time inopportunely made for a new bond issue under a man was certainly carrying out his 4-zl.1mMMMMIMIttlMMMMIM .

|T to run for congress. new law passed by the legislature contract faithfully and to the letter. .

P"o t (Hand Finished)
If Dannitte Mays hadn't entered I 'I
.HtlllMHMIilMlltMltMIIIIMMIIIIiMMMIitMMMMMUMIIMMMMIItMlAND r L ;
the race at such a late day he might I 41 I Underwear.Needs

r have given Frank Clark a run for his f4_ ALLEGRETTIWe .

money, but it is hardly likely that
1- Dannitte will be able to get Frank's ; keep our Candies on ice during hot summer

scalp in a month's time. months. 60-80-I.OO pound. Try a box.McELROY'S i 1VI
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o No Recommendation -
Miami should have a standing committee : PHARMACY M 9/ ,
on entertainment. That town
: PHONE 20IHIIIiiiillilllllMilMllillMMMIilliliMMIIMIIMMMMMMMIIHIIIII
has just finished entertaining the
Our New
Shriners, who followed the Elks, and A At I '

now she is preparing to show the Or- : r SummerWeights

lando boosters a jolly time. Miami 1 + I

i knows how. I

o .
The Miami Metropolis accuses theTampa Are now in, including -
Times of being for equal suf- those for the

frage because the Times asserted thatit

stands for equal rights to all and ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES ,, iRooLe BATHING COSTUMES

: special privileges to none. The Times o;

will have to make an able explanation I Commencement Day an important event in the

to keep out of the suffrage column. ; lives of young people should'receive some fitting markof

o appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the "-
The joint political debate is on the occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

wane. The candidates for congress Jewelry?

from the fourth district wanted an .

itinerary to follow in covering the dis- DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Our Mail Order DepartmentIs

trict, and the committee compile
We direct the attention of relatives and friends to
with the So far the meet-
request.
great help to our out-of-town customers; make
; ings have been poorly attended, but the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a '
little interest being shown in them. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- ,use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

Senator Fletcher challenged John N. est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

C. Stockton for debate, but Stockton mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .

declined, and the senator is probably and assortment.A invite comparison of values.
glad of it. John P. Stokes challenged visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

Congressman Emmett Wilson to meet obligation to buy.T.HIvans. I

him in debate, but Wilson declined,
and nobody is worrying. The peopleno t

longer have to depend upon public ,-<

c meetings to gain an idea of how they -r,' aw. DioksollIvesDEPARTMENTAL Co.
shall case their ballots. The joint debate -

is an old time custom which

grew up before newspapers were of
general circulation and campaign literature -
unknown. The old time
was Iran
oratory is also a thing of the past.
Harry Floyd and Frank Clark are the the JewelerOPPOSITE [ [ STORE[

only orators left in Florida, and since ,
Frank can trill his melodies to congress -

and Harry can sing his to the
I legislature the people are spared the POSTOFFICE e AVP U Cal

delights of hearing them, except when nib,

Frank is invited to a Confederate reunion -I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
and Harrjr is heard at an oyster I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
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I I : i 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I
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: We hereby ::: I I ALL COMEDY Allen's"Ask
PROGRAM uul ll nl
: cerned that our : :
of Prince Make-Believe. .
I comedy. A fine picture for the ..
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spection with fl. f" ---
"Sammy" is received at the
of Prince Make-Believe." His
: :: notice any and : 3 is very sad indeed, but he Your FriendsWhy
,. by the little rich girl
I :J J ; a wonderful dream, and
sprinklers or
: his little friend.
I J and the Indians." Frontier. they buy from usthey
: scribed by the : j j puts up a job with a cowboy will tell you, it is
disguises himself as an Indian

A charge of :|| ; ; from Slim a a bad chance Indian.to save Slim a gets fair BecauseWe
I usual.
each case for : :: You Puppy. Crystal Pearl
plays the lead. A really amus- .
.funny farce comedy, full of \Ve have the goods, we have D
I situations that cause you to the and
price give
t 'I your troubles. you
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; : Orlando n W t r t : 1 1I DAUGHTERS AT DEANERY WERE EN service.Come and See I


young girls belonging to the
I : : Daughters" of the Cathedral
." were very delightfully enter-
,OIIIIOIIOOIIOI I I by Rev. and Mrs. Remsen at 11 Allen & CO.
,
deanery yesterday afternoon,
members of the Cathedral school
WADE also sharing the girls' enjoy Jewelers

THE TUNER interesting contest was held U Prompt Repairing.
ORLANDO,
a "floral love story," in which .
J Everything Guaranteed.
twenty questions were each to
by the name of a flower.
Minerva Olive much consideration to .. '
:Mrs. merry as '
terday to her home at flowers could form replies to "

Springs. queries given, the papers were
( and the prize, a dainty vol-
Mr. S. J. Entrican, a well
citizen of Narcoosee, spent entitled "An Accidental Honey-, lb. .CO
in Orlando i ," awarded to Miss Edith Rob 101 .
A tiny candle in its holder -
Mr. B.. G.. Benson! ;has. I I the "consolation," welcomed by -- I't.
home at West Tocoi, Fla., to, i Carrie Dade. ttl.'II"IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII'II'I'III"'IIIII
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short while:: :: ; cake, ice,cream and bon- '

Mr. L J. Townsend, who 1 ] were .served; the afternoon most i ,What to Eat?.
t spending the winter at 308 'i for 'each one present, the .
street, left yesterday for :; : regret being that some of tae
Mass. 1 i i i who had hoped to come were Is,the problem at bothers the housewife duringthe
I(I from attending, the kind- days. '
Mrs. Chas. Van Antwerp warm >.
1 I of Mr. and Mrs. Remsen being x
yesterday from Miami to ,
cousins, Miss Mary Howard appreciated those We Can Solve it for You
were Misses
Florence Shine. I I I Dade, Ernestine present Pratt,Beatrice

Mr., W. M. White has I( I I Edith Davids, Evelyn Spen- t Because we have everything in vegetables, fruits j jf
home at 414 North Orange Helen Hurlburt, Mrs. and Miss
and .
and tancy staple groceries.A
and returned ,to Springfield ,' Miss Edith Robinson and I
for the summer. I Jones.
Masters Robt. Holly and I I Trial is All we Ask

t Pope came down from COMMITTEE OF CIVIC .
I
terday and spent the day -.t--.t4f0 LEAGUE MEETS I
Hattie Belle Hyer. I

Mrs. G. C. Kollack leaves meeting of the charities commit- THE SANITARY GROCERY J
row for Madison, Wis.,
of the Civic League was held yes
ing the winter at her
afternoon at the Tea Room to CARUTHERS & GORE :
East Concord avenue. '!
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plans for furthering this im
Messrs. John E. Johnson branch of work and especial- Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I

Jackson, substantial citizens regard to replenishing the funds, .
mont, were business
having had no cash donations for
I the county capital yesterday.Mr. I months, the aid needed by do CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. \

.' well .known S. C. White citizen, a of I I cases has depleted the treas- FUNERAL DESIGNS .

:- has arrived in Orlando on a I committee is anxious to per +4HIM.IMM ,MMMMMMMilOM t
his brother, Mr. J. W. I I the proposed organization of .a

Miss Rita Lawton Charities," with the in- TRUCKERS. TAKE NOTICE :
evening from Jacksonville, and aid of representative men White Star MarketDUREN
spent several days with I town, but it is probable that Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
the Hessian flies and other sucking
be deferred & COMPANY, Proprietors i
ing in the ,Confederate plan must till fall.leanwhile insects off the watermelons, canta-
union. three families near loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guaranteed -
Miss Juanita Moore, an in each of which is a case of I to give satisfaction or money
from : illness, need aid, and in each refunded. J. Schrarr & Co., manufacturers -
young lady rear 51 West Church street,
is on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. amount of assistance should Orlando, Fla. 4.24-dutw-tf
Robertson. Miss Moore is a I regularly, for such would be
Mr. Robertson and will I relief and comfort both to WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
company him on the invalids and to the relatives SKILLED WORKMENthis
Miami. are trying to care for them. office is prepared to do the finest
committee therefore will be .
ib !I of job printing of every description.We
Saratoga chips fresh grateful if our townspeople who are proud of the work we do,
nice and crisp. Try them. willing to aid in providing relief and we are always willing to put on
Bakery. I these and for similar claims which that extra few minutes which will
come at any time, will notify give your work that touch of individ-
the chairman of the commit, uality and distinctiveness without
i +444Mt! Miss Corinne Robinson, or one of. EVERY PIECE OF MEAT which publicity matter loses the
following members: Mrs. Jas. L: WE CUT greater part of its value. And our
Mrs. Sperry, Mrs. Ives, Mrs.: prices are no higher. Phone 21 ,
At Mrs. John C. Jones, or Mrs.I comes from the very choicest .
Perhaps some of our mer bred live stock. That's why FOR SALE &
or others, would aid through even the so-called poor cuts of -
Fruit, farm, garden land,
y grocery orders for stated meat from this market are bet- orange t
and other property. If inter
nts, since the most urgent needs ter than the finest cuts from cat- ested groves, address A. B. A., care Sentinel.

.. J .. : usually for such supplies. tle of lower grade. And our 5-6-lw-d&w i
either.
: ,/ prices are no higher
.:.* *_ MIKADO REHEARSAL Phone 23 First class Brazing a specialty at
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48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f Warman's 12-5-tf. Repair Shop o. Court St.

regular rehearsal for the Mi

.. will be held Monday night, at WOOD, COAL AND ICE IMMMMMHMMMMH(
:: at the Orlando opera house, and Wood, $1.50 ,a strand up. Hand's [ Shoe Repairingby Ii
in the afternoon at 3 o'clockfor coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
ladies of the cast.
PARCEL POSTMen'
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Buy,your garden seed from DeLa-
h : ney & Abernethy. Just received a
i ., 4. .. J. H. Woodward, the Birming- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
( magnate and father-in-law of | Half Soles, 7se to 8se
Oscar Underwood, left Orlando SEED! SEED! SEED! Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 7Sc
afternoon in a private car Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Children's H.alfSolcs, $0c to 750
his home. He has been spending Abernethy, druggists. 313cfOSTEOPATHY Hand Turned Soles, "t.oo
Heels ,
winter at his beautiful country Repaired 250.
: on the Winter Park' road. It 5 All work returned in 24 hours.
t Ordirs without remittance returned .
Admission \ be good news to his many friends'I C. O. D. We pay
: this section to know that his I return postage.
: : was so much improved as to I
DR. J. C .HOWELL
him to make the journey. He I
: far from well, however, and was' Hours, 1012, 35, and by appointmentNo A. Hanson $
: by Dr. J. S. McEwan extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine Stret *J

: a trained nurse from Orlando, Telephone connections \ ORLANDO FLORIDAHtllHIIIIitlttitlilMlfi

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CHRISTIAN CHURCH MUNNIMAKERS

Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. Fer
Word comes from Anthony that Bent etc, for this column. 25e for one day.
s : Sunday school at 9:45, at 208 East iOe for three days or f 1.00 for one week, for
Church street cantaloupe shipments will commence 25 word or lee*. Money must accompanythe
about the 25th of this month. Extensive advertisement fer this column as BO Would You
insertions will be made on credit.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE preparations are being made to

handle the crop.NOTICE FOR SALE

C Sunday school at 10 a. m. An elegant modern home; four bed

-_ Service at 11 a. m. Sunday; subject TO CREDITORSIn rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity Better Yourself?
3 "Adam and Fallen Man." throughout; fruit trees and
Wednsday evening meeting at 7:45. State Court of of Florida.the County Judge'Orange County, flowers. 509 East Central avenue.

In[ re Estate of Bernhard HuppeLTo 215tf.
all Creditors Legatees Distributees and
METHODIST CHURCH ---- all Persons having Claims or Demands If have doubts
about
against laid Estate: FOR SALE you our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

You and each of you are hereby notified Narsery stock, one, two, three and ask to to the
< Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. and required to present any claims and demands four year old buds; Foster Early, we you put us test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

Howard, superintendent Preachingat against which the estate)you or of either Bernhard of you Huppel may,have de- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
J 11 a. m.-and 7:30 p. m. Epworth ceased late of Orange county Florida to the ington Navel Address Mrs. M. KahK
Ii League, 6:45 p. m.; James N. Burden, undersigned executrix of said estate withinone Apopka, Fla. Phone 2221 3-13-tf are all right, then why not put us to the test.
president Good music by the choir. year from the date hereof.
Dated April 25th. A. D. 1914.FRIEDERICKA.
I HUPPEL. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH I acre in bearing orange grove; six This

I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS acres cleared; part of land suitablefor WayYour
The Primitive Baptists will hold'I gardening and trucking; located
1- service at 312 West Lime street, at:' half mile from city limits on public
REPRESENTATIVE
Mr. C. Sweat's residence, at 11 a. m. FOE road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

Sunday, Way 10th. All lovers of i I I hereby announce my candidacy for BepmeaUthre care Box 431. city 3-10-tf doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your
f Bible truth are welcome. from Orange couaty. subject to ..
- 1M: action of the Democratic primary to beheld FOR SALE ease. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. \
June 2nd.
c CATHOLIC CHURCH i J. H. REESE. Lots $50 to $100. .$1 cash, $1 week YES if
[ I ly, no interest ; your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

r' Fourth Sunday after Easter. I FOB REPRESENTATIVE Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 saved the trouble of going to your doctor again
;
: school 9 i candidacy for Representative acres land, lake front $1,250.
Sunday a. m. I hereby announce my
: Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. 1 from Orange county, subject to I 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or.
Benediction I Ik the action of the Democratic primary to be I lando. $10 per acre.
, Rosary, sermon and he'd JOB 2nd. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
: 7:30 p. m. S. S. GRIFFIN.
! All welcome. $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
.,
REPRESENTATIVE A. LEWTER.
FOR
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- CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE
I hereby announce myself a candidate for we know this if prescription had been filled this drug
Representative tram Orange county for the FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare ; your at store, drugsof

I Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. next to teuton the Democratic of the Florida primary Legislature to be subject held- bargain; recently completely over high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
3:30 and 7:30
Special
Preaching, p.m. June 2nd. hauled and made good as new in every
!. music at bothservices. C. P. DICKINSON. part;; guaranteed first class con your doctor wrote ft.Don't.
!-
Prayer meeting Wednesday after. dition; must be sold at once, even at
noon at 3 oTclock. FOR REPRESENTATIVE sacrifice. Come, or address, White
Bible Thursday nightA Yielding to what appears to be the desire
study Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
in almost
I of leading citizen every precinct -
cordial welcome to all.
of Orange county that one of the candidates 4-23-tf
to be nominated ftr Representative ForgetThat
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL in the primary election of Jane tad should FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat
be from the country precincts, I hereby announce a bargain. Am returning North.

Rev. Henry R. Remsen, priest in myself a candidate.A. B. NEWTON. Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize

tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and
It. charge.Fourth Sunday after Easter. FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB- demountable rims. 0. L. Gooden, a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
UC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Orlando, Fla. 5-7-lw be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
' Morning and sermon, 10:30. election as a Member of the County Board of FOR SALE-Or exchange for city ple and a little thrill of terror shakes lest it be
home.
prayer But
Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange property, a gray Buick, four cylinder you your you are fortu
and 7:45.

i.'i." Rev Evening_ T. A.prayer Spencer' sermon will..--- preach, in--- County, Florida. M- M- -SMITH-..--. Church, perfect street.condition. Max Isen 5-9-3t, 601 nate-it changes this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

the Notice morning.is called to the change of MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions Give us your drug business
FOR SALE-120 good farm
rt hour for the evening service, this to I hepeby anaoue myself as a candidatefor land, including good acres house and 7 People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
begin at 7:45 instead of 8 o'clock. re-eketira to tie office of Member .f
Ba ard .( PkUe Instruction. Orange Gouty acres of bearing orange and grapefruit
free District No. J, subject to the coning trees; 80 acres fenced; good ..
'. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. i primary. Very respectfully. lake; a good bargain. A. B. C., care -- .
WM. EDWARDS
D. 'D. 1..11.... Fla. Sentinel. _. 5-8-3t
Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. FOB SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI ROSES, CARNATIONS, PANSIESand

4. Morning sermon, "Imperfections of hereby announce myself u a candidatefor other cut flowers for sale. Orders DeLaney & AbernethyNext
Vision." re-eloetien to the office of Supervisor of
Registration for Orange County subject to filled for special entertainments. Hope
i.. Evening sermon, "The Psychology the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd. Starbuck, 405 E. Livingston avenue,
. "
of Liberty. 1914. or phone 521. 5-9-3tSun
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.

'% O'Neal, superintendent. FOR SHERIFF WANTED-Reliable party to occupy Doer tOe Store. Orlando, Florida.Dr. .

i Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. I hereby announce myself u a candidatefor house during summer months.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. Centrally located, three blocks from

pm.Strangers and visitors cordially invited I FOR SHERIFF FRANK GORDON. I postoffice. Address D, Box 298, city.

v to worship with us. Seats free. 5-8-31 BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES RUMMAGE SALE
Good music. I announce myself as a candidate for the .
office of Sheriff of Orange County. Florida. AND DO ALL KINDS OF The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Democratic primary. I LOST-Bunch of keys "Olden ..
subject to the am a ; name
4i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH native of Orange county In asking the votes Stokes, Orange county, janitor," on OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. Methodist church will hold a rum-

of my fellow the duties citizens of the I pledge office myself without to fear discharge tag. Return to Sentinel office and Osteopathic Physician mage sale on Friday and Saturday

Rev. Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pastor.Mr. or favor to any man for the upholding of the receive reward. 5.7.3t May 8 and 9, in the store on Church
Samuel A. Newell of and ----- 132 Avenue
superintendent laws and the preservation peace good Orange
street J. S.
recently occupied by
of Sunday school; Mr. Geo. W. order, in the county. WANTED-At once, a good young
Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR mare, harness, wagon and top bug Next door to People's Bank, Rowland. Any one having donationswill

William S. Branch, Jr., organist COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC IN gy; also good milk cow. 208 Gould please telephone 528.
r' Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., and STRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 3 street 5-7-3t up-stairs. Acute and'chron

public worship at 10:45 a. m. and ic diseases treatedTelephone
candidatefor CAN YOU AFFORDTo
I hereby announce myself as a
7:30 p. m. "Jesus and His Mother"will the office ef Member of the County FOR RENT
n be the pastor's subject at the Board of Public Instruction from School 578.Up L H. RAMSDELL spend your valuable time asking

morning hour. "Mothers' Day" will Board District Ne. 3. subject to the actionof FOR RENT Furnished unfurnished your neighbors and friends t. look
or
the Democratic primary. June 2nd, 1914. OPTOMETRIST
be observed in both the school
,, Sunday
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to -house on Lake Eola. Refer- up a house or rooms for you when
and church services, and the public is the educational interests of the county and ences requireed. Apply P. 0. Box to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor: : to Dr. 0. P. Likini) can get the most information and
very cordially invited. faithful. service. 503. 5-10-3t. is the kind you want Where to get I you
:'; The evening subject, "Making Another C. H. GALLOWAY. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO. FLORIDA valuable selections from the columnsof

f Chance Count," which will be a FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC FOR RENT-Three rooms downstairs Entrican. 1-20-tf the Morning Sentinel? at -
:f follow-up sermon to that of last'Sun INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 furnished for light house- Phone 444 Auto I rut money in thy purse by advertising ,
,
day night The ushers will be prepared keeping; $10 per month. Unfur Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. Sentinel "wants" fill wants.
to provide seats for all who I hereby announce myself as candidate for your
nished six room house $10; furnished,
ff
the office of Member of the County Board of -- -- -- - --
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i come. Public Instruction from School Board District $15. 205'or 209 W. Pine. 5.10-1t *
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; No. 2. subject to the action of the Democratic K { | | | | |
'i Mr. Eugene Reid, president primary June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will FOR RENT- Permanently, unfur- |
Welcome! give due attention to the work of the office. nished, at South Lake and South

wi.\ The Miami Herald of a few days and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair J.to B.all REDDITT.the school rooms streets veniences.,and very bath Address nice and lower all C.flat modern Goesswein; has con five, IT'S II TO THE UP THE HOUSE


5! since says: "Fifteen thousand dollars FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Lake Davis. 4-16-tf

fq. were paid City Tax Collector I am a candidate for the office of-County --. -
Commissioner.. of Orange county from FOR RENT-Two office in

fif f Moore of the yesterday largest single on city day's property collections, one I I people District here to 2.the a If number best elected of I of my promise yean ability, I to having am serve qualified the resided -- Come our in store and at we No.will 9 show W. Church you.spaces street Pierce


in the alone history paid of city the taxes city. amounting One resident -I the people.to know' the needs Respectfully.A.of C.the STARBIRD section and i TO Electric RENT-Some Co. very desirable 3-29-tf mod f FURNISHING R I Q QUESTION f IN REAL l lE..A.E1NEST


to $5,200 and taxes to:
over county
Apopka Fla. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. i !
2 over $2,000 more. 4-26-tf
FOR COMMISSIONER I _
'
f hereby anoeuace B-yrelf a candidate for The Keystone has been thoroughly :
' The Independent says: "St. Petersburg re-election as Commissioner from District No.
3, Orange county, Florida subject to the i cleaned and renovated and will open
will have No.
it a gas plant by action af the Democratic primary to be held i to the public Saturday, May 9. A
vember 1, and possibly sooner and June 2nd. 1914. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
J. L. DILLARD. : chicken dinner will be served Sunday.
a t will save $10,000 in the construction.. : Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

r This much is all Commissioner of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. .
i -- .
I hereby announce myself u a candidate : I pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
Works C. D._Hammond is able to say.if for County Commissioner, Orange County MISCELLANEOUS
today regarding the construction of District Four subject to the action of the ble in every sense of the word.
Democratic primary June 2nd. 1914. I will
the plant, bids for which were opened greatly appreciate your support WANTED-Plain sewing and mend
Tours truly.C. '>111111111111'11111"1"1111111"11"1'1"1"1'1'1"
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; yesterday. J. SWEET. ing. Children's clothes a specialty.
:t Pint Castle FlaFOR Prices reasonable. Address Box X, y
care Sentinel 5-5-6t ; ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
COUNTY COMMISSIONER

I announce myself as a candidate for reelection OPENED AT to purchase goods on extended without the i.THf e
QUICK RUIU to the office of County Commissioa- 14 BRYAN ST.-The 11 payments, expense of joining -
era Orange County. District Five subject Florida Meat Market Fresh meatsof
to the decision of the Democratic primary. all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea ; ; clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
June tad, 1914. : son. Your patronage solicited. S.
I STOMACH MISERY( BttpcctfuIIy.
'
E. L. BROWN Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm \ \ feature to you.Kincaid.
Ft. Christmas. Fla.
t Mi-o-na Will put your Sour Gassy, PROPERTY in the vicinity of New 1"1'111'11"1'1111'111'1111"1"11111111'1111111..11.11111
Stomach in Order FOR TAX ASSESSOR York with residence
Upset
:j city, to exchange
,$ If you are a stomach sufferer do I hereby announce my candidacy for the for Orlando property on cash
office of Tax Attestor of Orange County, subject
:$ not despair-immediate, safe and sure to the action of the Demoaraite primary valuation. J. ?M., 307 West street, MM* HMIIMI*' BW*">i B MHWMB MB HHi HHM H
;; relief is at hand. Mi-o-na Stomach called for Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w:
Tablets, sold in fifty-cent boxes at elected I pledge yon my faithful servii-e.

I" all drug stores are a specific for ARTHUR BUT Spray material, insecticides and

; out-of-order stomachs. FOX COMMISSIONER 'I fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford & Snowden
l Mi-o-na is not only a quick digestive I hereby announce myself a candidate for Fla. Write for prices and lit.
i but a stimulant and strength. re-election as County Commissioner from erature. 4291m.
District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to. -
.f ener of the stomach walls. It increases the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your We insure life and loan
the flow of digestive fluids support will be greatly appreciated. your you
soothes the irritated membrane and M. 0. OVERSTREET. money on. real estate at 6 per cent
Furniture of Characterat
interest. Guarantee Life &: Loan Co.
puts the stomach in shape to do the FOB COUNTY TREASURER
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
work nature intended.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
3-25-dAwtf
;1 If suffering with indigestion, dyspepsia Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
tt gastritis, or any of the various Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. Popular Prices.
J. H. TUCKER. ........
1.i forma of stomach misery, usually SEED! SEED! SEED!

indicated by nervousness, distress FOR TAX COLLECTORI Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
after eating headache dizziness hereby announce myself u a candidate Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
,
or sour stomach, do not wait, do not of for Orange re-election County to ,the subject office to of the Tax Democratic Collector i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida i

suffer needlessly-take Mi-o-na to primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re- Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
day. McElroy's Prarmacy sells it on elected I pledge to you my faithful service
&: Abernethy. Just received .
a
as I have endeavored to give la the past 111'1
4> money back if not satisfied plan. .r, II:.. MARTIN. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf "' SIIMlSS* ,f II II II I 011 a I U l" ,


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,Potato hampers at 1-2 cents. We orange grape
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fruit trees. Five hundred in away and kept fresh
ordinary, Mr. Lodsen preserved line of crate material of all kinds.
t find and is now exhibiting it. full bearing. This grove is a and pure. ,

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invite
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and Mrs. Drake. The chapel is about G. RUSH, call on you. He will! give you a ; !
work and will be
ready for the stucco i SSCSSSZISISZIIIS SSSZiI
all completed by'the latter part of Phone 226 I I formula that will make and mature : ';

the summer. When completed the ad- A. L Bentley,
fruit.
dition will practically double the seat- your :
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ing capacity of the church and makeit
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one of the finest church edifices in +HIIIIMMHMMMIMMPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS
the Magic City. sin I

NOTICEThe I II T nt rn f Ferflllze11 r 's

following named were appointed Clerks pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy' .
and Inspectors of the Election to be held June Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
%Commissioners. 1914. By order of Orange of the County Board of Florida County: plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas- I ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
tle Fla. 4-21-10t
No. 1. Orlando. South-W. M. Bnttain ,
clerk: DJ J. Beidler. J. E. Crawford. R. S. IMMMMMMMIMMOMIIIII iMMMMMM 1
Cohoon. inspectors. Who is your painter and decorator? .
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No. 2, Orlando North-H. A. Newell clerk; -
Frank Guernsey. Hugh C. Allen. W. S. If you are satisfied keep the one you Sentinel want advertising serves The Sentinel is the newsiest and
Branch Jr., inspectors. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
No. 8. Winter Park-F. M. Shepherd Ne. 636. 1-20-tf I the seeker and the offerer equally best printed daily in Central
clerk; Philip Dale, T. M. Henkel A. Schultz
inspectors.No. .
4. Maitland Wra. B. Willett clerk; i
pool S. B.inspectors.Hill W. E.' Simmons, Isaac Vander. To the West and NorthwestVIA '" " iI I

No. 5. J< Chas. F. Russ, H. M. Rouse inpeeton. -
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No. C, Apopka-W. T. Champneys. clerk;
E. Liebmg, A. W. Evans D. W. High in-
pecton.No. 7, Bay Ridjre J. E. Merrill clerk; 0 DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND W. M. SLEMONS

,k specters.Ceo. Conroy. L Pike, Henry Schopke, in.I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

No. 8, 7ellwood-W. A. Chapman clerk;.
M. F. McDonald. L A. Osborne, Z. )l.
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Strong No. 9.inspectors.ClarconaJ-A. D. Davis clerk: J. W.I Dix'; Duic
Dann. L IL M. Harden. Wm. 1L Behrens, Limited. Flyer..Orlando I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDv New Goods :
inspectors.No. -v A. C. L.,12:31am JUpm I' Orlando .....?................. a:13 pm Arriving Daily
10 Ofoee-W. P. Blakeley. clerk: L. r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... (USam 7:30 I'm 'I r Jacksonville ..................... .7:30pm
M. Moore, W. J. Minor Tbos. Hudson inspectors T Jacksonville A. (X L... .:35 am 8:%5 I'mWa.rnu. y Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15 pmT J
v A. C L......11:50 am 10:25 pra Waycros. A. C. L .............10.20 pm
No. 11. Winter Garden-G. W. Bray clerk; r Macon. G. S. F....... 5:13 pm 4:15 am r Macon. G. S. ft F. .............. S:46&III
A. S. Thornton. M. V. DUlard R. P. Wright. r Atlanta C of Ca,...... 8.03pm 7.25anr r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:1.am
inspectors.No. i Chattanooga W. ft A...12.18am 11.55am r Knoxville. L. &: N. .............12.19pmr
12, Oaklaio Arthur Speer, clerk; J. Corbin, L. ft N. ................ 3:16pm
H. S41er, Hugh Connell S. F. Brfley, in- r Nashville, N. C. A St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L ft N. .............. ':00 pm (

ipecton.No. 13. Gotha-c. P. Belknap. clerk; Ralph Ar Sl Louis L C.ft L.I N. Z.50 pm 'I.%0 am r Indianapolis. "a. L. ............ 1:50 am
Ar ....... We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
E. Kline. W. M. Moseley. A. L Maclean in- Lexington L. &: N. ..... 6:SO pm
spectors.No. Ar HopkinsvBIe L. ft N........... 627pm Ar Cincinanti. LAN: ............. 8:50pm
14, Orange Ct'ntel"-W. W. Bonne Ar Evansville, L. &: N..... .:%8 am 95 pm I r Kalamatoo.: lR. &; L ..........12.20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
clerk;,J. E> Maddox. W. H. Branson. J. R. Ar Terre Haute C. 4 E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am'! r Grand Rapids.jG. R. &: L ....... 2:45 pm
Boston. 15 inspectors.No. Taft-C. H Hartley clerk; B. B. Ar Chicago. C. ft E. L..... ':50 pm ,.50 am I r-'Cleveland,Big Four ............. 7:1?am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towefc.
Prescott W. E. Murphy, W. G. Sphaler inspector
,. : DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
No. 16, Pine Castle-J. W. Matehett. clerk: Solid train, composed of section drawing.
Paul Macy, W. M. Hansen J. A. Wilkes. r>om sleeping cars, observation compartment I Solid train composed of electric lighted
: 4 Co. Best place in the city to trade.
inspectors.N
can and dining ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
IT. Conway-H. T. Arnold clerk; G. Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping I between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
W. Crawford. L. Garrett W. J. Conoler. in. ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Ilacksonvi1Je.
epee ra. Louisville ana Indianapolis;
No. 18, Fort Chrietmu-W. A. Tucker, DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and r
clerk G. G. Coward. Drew Tucker J. W. Solid train carrying electric lighted com- I Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
Savage inspectors. artment observation sleepers and 'electlw
No..1', Pickett-Will Tanner clerk: I. L. ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- I Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand M. ;
Hdgei. J. F, Story, H. W. Tanner Inspect lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining car W. SLEMONS
ors.No I erves meals a U carte. I service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
20. Flsh-Geo.
Fish clerk: D. W.
Rouse, Allen Hancock, .W. .J. Callicutt, in- -
pecton. FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON ORANGE AVENUEIHMIItMllilillHIMIHIIIIIItMIMIIimiMM
M OVERSTREET, Chairman. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
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: a M. ROBL SON, Clerk, I
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WITHAM REMINDS HIS "BOYS"TO .
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OBSERVE MOTHERS' DAY

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Many in Orlando are personally acquainted -
with Mr. W. S. Witham, the

.,, Georgia magnate who operates halfa
,\.' ;'*C''.1! hundred banks, and they know him
If T I to be a man of especially strong per- hd a Oa

sonality. He is continually sendingout .

to his "boys" just such tender bits .
of sentiment as that following, ( .}:r.i/.;
which came to Mr. George E. Nolan,
cashier of the Orlando Bank and

THE STATE BANK ORLANDO Trust company, yesterday:
< Atlanta, Ga., May 7.-Do you know
1 IJ what next Sunday is! : -. : I. \ .. .
,} It is Mother's Day in every civil- ..... : :. :' ..
ized the : I' : ," .....1 :. : :
community on face of the '" .. : .
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earth. It ought to be, and perhapswill ;-. .. ... :. ....".,............. : '
be in your town.I .
will take it as a personal favor if .
HAVE PAID TWICE
{ PERHAPS YOU you will wear the white rose next )H
Sunday, May 10th, and do your partto
Perhaps you have known the bitterness of make Mother's Day famous. THAT FLAG
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BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.
r paying a bill the second time. : *; stands for the protection of life '
If you have a gray-haired motherIn
With a checking account at this Bank you the old home far away, : and property of American Citizens : \
Sit down and write the letter :
are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the You put off from day to day. : everywhere !

If have tender ,
you a message
United States recognize as valid.If Or a loving word to say, .. and

you want to hear how this "double payment Don't But wait whisper until it today.If you forget. it, 111k the same Government protects

y protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your the trolley will take you, call on :: JlI1 their finances when entrusted to .

first convenience. We will explain fully.MMMMIMMMtlllMHMIIIMIMMIHMMItllMMM. Mother If too today far !away, call her by long :: Il. to this "National" Bank, which is .
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distance 'phone! :
If she can't hear by 'phone, send F under Government supervision t ;

her a telegram! .,
If a telegram would alarm her, <'.; .. ,'. .
rm.t htt a tfJ iet "ti -< '. .r.
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5 I wish: from the bottom cf say tart .:, .,
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tn Yours most snicerely, :'.,'.'. ... .'.' :'.' ,";.',, ..;.....,..t.+",
W. S. WITHAM.
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SOLOISTS IN "THE MIKADO" .
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GENERAL FAVORITESThe

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soloists and actors in the "Mi- .. ,.,'" .' ,' .' :: :;
kado," to be presented at the Lucerne : .t

theater, Friday night, May 15th, are .0' : n h .D.L: i it
0 well known and favorites with all :

N W I THE TIME who know them. The solos: "A Wandering ..,
Minstrel I," "The Flowers

That Bloom in the Spring," and "Tit .. .. ... ..
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Willow," are among the best known :;: .: : ;: l') : :: : ::.:.::: ;; : ::;:: : : ,,;; ..... .

numbers, and the choruses, "Three
S Little Maids From School," "He's Got :

'Em on the List," and "My ObjectAll .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
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Sublime, need no introduction to ; : : : : : : : :
f the Orlando people. The leading I IMMIIIIIMIIIIilllillllMMtllHHHHHHmmmmMHHHHHHHfliThe .. .,
w parts will be taken by the following : .
SPECIAL P GA RANGE '
well known ladies and gentlemen:

Y The Mikado ______Mr. Cestia Lawton
Nanki Pooh, his son_____________ Grand TheatreCOOLEST

______________ Mr. Donald Cheney .
Ko-Ko, Lord High Executioner ___ .
4 _______________ Mr. J. M. Cheney ..
SALE CLOSESThursday L B BI Pooh Bah, Lord High Everything SPOT IN TOWN

Else _________ Mr. George Phillips
Pish Tush, a Noble Lord________
_____.____ Mr. Frank D. Guernsey

14 Three Yum Little Yum Maids________Mrs. F. D. Carr : "ZINGO" 0 :"

I I May Pitti Sing ____Mrs. Jas. Magruder .. .
Peep Bo Mrs. Jas Laughlin III.
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; atisha, a jilted old maid_________ The Son of the Sea :
IN'; Katisha, a jilted old mad_________ .
We. have few _______....____ Miss Eliza Wright
only a Ranges Umbrella :Man ____Mr. Wilber Tilden I The most sensational, the most fantastic, the wild- :

l; left and fast And the Grand orchestraYOWELLDUCKWORTII
now they are going '
::. est, and most enthralling story ever told in mo

) so if want 20 cent off CO. BUYS
you per j GREAT BANKRUPT STOCK tion pictures. :

< on a new Range, or if you want The Yowell-Duckworth company ..

t will put on an immense sale begin- A highly amusing extravaganza. Being the adven-
service ink j ji'
your pipes put ning Wednesday morning, which will
2; .. last as long as the great bankrupt tures of a man raised by monkeys.

i .. stock, which the company purchasedin
: Jacksonville, holds out. The .

t FREE(( Of CHARGE( i value pany, purchased and brought this it stock to Orlando.at com-half .:. "Real Music all the Time."

There was a train load of it. The l., .
stock has been stored in the big ware- .1.

t house next to the Yowell-Duckworth Children 5c Adults lOc
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company store, in which Mathers' liv-
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Now is the time to come around j ery stable was formerly. The Yowell .
Duckworth company will occupy this

and give us your order. great warehouse in addition to all the Friday, May 15th
floor space contained in the big new .
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4t building. In fact, it is a grammaticalerror .,''. .,..

to say that the company will .. .. .. .. .
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this building, for it is
-. occupy already I ___ ___LL..r"III"'II"IIIIIIIIIIII"111111111111111111111.11.li..5L illlll.t4
filled with merchandise of all kinds, .
from groceries to furniture. The back
a : part of the building will furnish shelter FOR SALE 4 .iMMIIIIIIMMIMMMIMIMMIHIIII Hill HUM
rlan Water & t Co1 for the horses of the
delivery
com-
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o Light Forty-five acres fruit land; five
pany. The story is told in the page acres bearing orange grove; twelve;
advertisement issue. of the company in this acres$2,500.cleared, with house and barn. ] & Sprug! alit Suffiffler r

Five acres fronting on Lake Con-|
Gas DepartmentAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.II.I.llllt way; one-half mile from railroad sta-,
1 WILL NAME PLACE "COME INN" tion. Price $1,000. ;
Mrs. Ethel McMakin, who has ret One hundred acres located on lake! Our new line for the Spring
front and proposed brick highway;
cently taken charge of the Tea Room, forty acres cleared land; good house J and Summer season of 1914 is
where she serves meals to her pa- and outbuildings. $8,000. now complete. Never in the his-
trons, has Forty acres fruit and farm land;.
ilHHHHHHHHIHHHHIHIHHIIIIIHHHHHIlJust .. moved her lodging house
fifty large bearing trees;: tory of our business have we
orange
from the Keystone to the house across
house and barn. $1,200. been able to show such a line of
the street known the Smith resi-
as Twenty-five acres well located on|-
Received dence. It is an attractive place, and lake front; ten acres bearing orange< new and timely goods for Easter
when Mrs. McMakin has it all fixed grove; prospects good for two thou.< selling. Our line of Dress
for accommodating the public she sand boxes fruit this fall; fifteen) Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery .
acres planted to corn and other crops;*
will give it the fetching: name of the house and barn. $5,000, half cash,. Ready-to-Wear goods and
Embroidered Organdy Edgings. "Come Inn." Heretofore the Tea, balance one and two years. notions is complete-the stylesare
Room has not been open on Sunday,,' Ten acres located on hard surface varied enough to suit
Something new and but Mrs. McMakin is serving meals road ing grove near,city half limits grapefruit; five acres and bear-half) the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
dainty, there on Snuday, making a specialtyof orange; good six room house and every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Sunday dinner. barn. 3000. Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
J. E. CRAWFORD, the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent

MISSES EAHLM & DUNN SUNDAY DINNER AT REST AND Office No. 117 over South Blue Orange Drug Store Ave.,, J. cheaper than the regular prices.
TEA ROOM Orlando, Fla. We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
Fifty Cents 5-10-2t-ltw you our line if you will call on us.H1 .
Baked Chicken, Cornbread Dressing
Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Cream Gravy At the Presbyterian church this
Celery Fruit Salad Green Onions
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dab-
morning .
Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams
Patterns Green Corn 'ney Carr will sing a beautiful duet,..
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Green String Beans "Crucifix by Faure. The large chorus I IANNER New, work Bargain Store
Steamed Rice choir will"also sing a fine selec-: I
...,." ..,.. ., ,....,. ,. ,." .,.,,., ..H Ice Cream and Cak"Coffee tion.
Iced Tea 4 11111,1",1,11.1,1..1,1111111 . ... .. :. ...



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