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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 20, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE APER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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



VOLUME TWO. r ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20,1914. NUMBER 85.

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DEATH BYME111CRN Strong Delegation of Orlando Plumbers
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SHOT H II Di; PEACE[ [ MORE[ GlOOM ARE[ ON THE[ WA Capture the Next Convention FRIENDS[ OF DICTATOR

for: This Place
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STORY S SPERRY RE-ElECTED HEAD Of
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SUCH IS CHAO DESERTS CAUSE OF DUE TO REACH MIAMI THIS Orlando captured the next meetingof PLOTS AGAINST HIM ARE

TOLD BY MAN FROM I ORANGE E COUNTY C SUB-EXCHANGE VILLA AND JOINS IN AFTERNOON FOR A BIG the State Association of Master REGARDED AS LIKELYTO

VERA CRUZ Plumbers who attended the annual
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WITH FEDERAL RECEPTION IN THEIR BE MOMENTARILY
meeting which closed in Tampa yes

Reports Heard From All the Packing GEN. HERRERA HONOR terday. EXECUTED

KNOW ABOUT IT Those who attended from Orlandowere
DECLARES AUTHORITIES[ House Associations and Other
Messrs. H. Otis Rogers, W. Den-

Officers ElectedAt NEWS DISTURBS THE[ WILSON CABINET WILL B K[ IE AT FORT T lA 1EE[ [ nis, M. Irvin, A. J. Wall, H. Thom- [mmFLEESJR f [[ HIS SlfQY(

AVERS THAT FUNSTON: REPORT. ason, F. J. Raehn, W. Bogart and T.

ED MATTER IN DETAIL TO a meeting of the directors of the H. Hourihan. Mr. Wall made the I

WASHINGTON ACCOUNTING Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange THIS SITUATION LIKELY TO WILL DINE TODAY AT FAMOUS :I speech of invitation, but the whole URRUTTA GETS AWAY FROM

held at the offices of the exchange in HAVE ITS EFFECT ON DELIBERATIONS DAVIE FARM IN EVERGLADES crew seconded it and did splendid THE CAPITAL BECAUSE liE
FOR STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE Orlando yesterday afternoon Mr. E.
work in landing the convention.
OF THE MEDIATORS
WHERE ELABORATE PREPARATIONS FEARED, THAT HIS OWN
OF PRIVATE PARKS ,F. Sperry was re-elected president, There were invitations from Gainesville '- .
AT NIAGARA HAVE BEEN LIFE WAS IN JEOPARDY
and reports were received from the I Jacksonville and Tampa, and

19. several packing house associations affiliated FALLS MADE FOR THEM two tie votes were taken with Tampaas IN MEXICO CITY
Washington, May -(Special.)-
"Parks in the uniform of an American with the exchange showing a I the city sharing honors with Orlando I I -

soldier was shot to death by a most prosperous and satisfactory con Washington, :May 19.-(Special.)- West Palm Beach, Fla., May 19.- but Orlando won in the long Vera Cruz, Map .-Dr. Aureliano

federal firing squad in command of a dition. A warning note jarred the Mexican (Special.-Orlando) party reported at I run. The local delegation returned Urrrutia, ex-minister of the interior,

regular officer of the Mexican army," Mr. W. C. Temple, of Winter Park, i'peace prospects today. Former Gov- Stuart at 3:30 this afternoon.' Will yesterday much pleased with the cor- declared here today that he left the

declared Kerr, of Chicago, civil governor who succeeded Mr. D. 0. Maguire, of j'ernor Chao, of Chihuahua, has re- take several hours to cross the river dial entertainment received in Tampaand
capital because he feared
of Vera Cruz for one day, this Ocoee, on the board, was elected vice- J Jvolted against Villa and cast his lot there by ferry. No word has been the good accomplished by the assassination

afternoon. president, and Mr. A. B. Johnson wasP I: with General Herrera, who bitterly received here although several are meeting.The and in the belief that a revolt

Kerr says the war department for I elected secretary and manager. Mr. | opposes the constitutionalist leaders. trying to get communication. Will following officers were elect would shortly occur in the city of

over a week has known every detailof L. W. Tilden, of Tildenville, was President Wilson and his cabinet be well entertained.That's ed: President, D. W. Shea, Tampa; Mexico."I .

how Private Parks was killed, having I ed representative to the elect-I' held a lengthy session today and considered secretary, W. McAndrew, Tampa; left the capital," he said, "for

General I change meeting to be held in I, this matter in a general review treasurer, Jos. W. Fowler, Jackson-
received a report from the latest from the booster two reasons. The first was a knowledge -
in June. j of the Mexican situation. Chao
Funston. Kerr said an eye witness, party, and shows that they are run ville.The
was removed by Villa not long Orlando plumbers rather I of a plot among Gen. Huerta'sclose
iSajs ago ; are '
whose name he refused to divulge, ning little behind their schedule but I
and it is of secured the political supporters to assassinate
as a military measure understood proud having convention
saw the grim tragedy from beginningto are happy on the way. The dispatchwas
end and told him. CONQUEST[ Of 11WOULD O B E: that he has gathered a for received at 8 o'clock last night, ;I and want it understood that the I me, they saying I knew too

midable following.The Civic League and the Board of Tradeare much. Second, there has been planned
Parks, confused by the tropical and it was planned to be in West I
COSTLY TOUNITO[ STATES be a general revolt of the and the
heat, wandered from the American split in the ranks of the constitutionalists Palm Beach by or before that hour. not to outdone by them in people
at this time would pulling for the progress and upbuilding army.
greatly -
lines into the federal camp where he i Wires were received yesterday from
increase the difficulties of the state of the town. This is a fine spirit "I would not be surprised to receivenow
was seized, taken before a petty offi- Miami to know the number of cars
Government Official in Letter and the mediators at Niagara and will be duly appreciated. at minute news of upris-
an
department any
and in
cer late one afternoon, was placed in people the party, for it is the
Which Senator Williams Reads ,I Huerta whom the
Falls. ing against ,
people
jail and at dawn was taken before a purpose of the Miami committee to
Into the Record The efforts of this government to meet the Orlando with I and the army are tired of, and of
firing squad and shot, his body being party as many I
I FLORIDA FURNISHED GREEN[
obtain final settlement of its CORN whom the people and the army are
and
left where he fell, but later kerosenewas a con- cars as many people as there are f

poured over it and. the body was Washington, May 19.-The senate troversy with Huerta and the pacification 'in the Orlando party and escort them I AND CIGARS S f FOR FEED[ I determined to rid themselves."

burned. for the first time in many days of of Mexico has now been passed into the city, dividing the parties so Twice arrested and hustled throughthe

Kerr had been in Washington two calm was enlivened today over a !! on to the Niagara Falls parley. The that there will be an equal numberof streets by American soldiers and

Mexican j i American representatives left Washington -' Miami and Orlando 'people in each hissed and threatened by his country
days trying to see the president, but phase of the situation. 1 Novel Dinner Given in Washington
unsuccessful he departed for I I today for that city. The state car. The Miami Herald gives the following men, Urrutia was forced to face yesterday .
being Senator John Sharp Williams
i
for Representatives From the
Chicago tonight. .aroused his colleagues when he read j j i department not expecting any immediate account of the plans that have some of the indignities to
1:: results from the peace con- been made for the entertainment: Several StatesA which he subjected others while he
a letter from "a gentleman in the
ference. No one here knows in what A large number of Miamians will was high in power at the capital. lie
government service at Vera Cruz,
I t order the mediators will takeup the expects to sail for Europe at the first .
HUffiT[ ORDERED MESSENGER Of whose signature he tore away from 1 j leave Wednesday in automobiles for special from Washington says:
the communication. The writer de-l I I question of abdication of Huerta, the Fort Lauderdale, where they will The four corners of the United States opportunity.The .

THE[ POPE[ Ta GO OUT dared that "the noisiest thing inj 1'agreement! on.a provisional president j I i meet the Orlando party and conduct contributed to the menu of a luncheon cry, "Let us witness that
lor
Mexico is the American dollar," and I'| government by commission, the I the boosters to this city, where everything given for Speaker Clark and American justice be done,", shouted

he predicted that it would take 200- f holding of elections, the enrollmentof 1 I possible to show the visitors a Democrat House Leader Underwood,iby crowds of Mexicans through the

Sent Request to Dictator That lie 000 lives and $5,000,000 to "take Mex- I'' a census of voters, the creation of good time will be done. in the capitol today.Representative I streets about Urrutia's hotel last
a new national debt and how it is to I found request
night, reflection in
today
'! of Maine a -
Resign Which Didn't Produce ico and hold the Mexicans in subjec- The Orlando men will arrive in Fort I Guernsey
I guarantee and supervise an election. ( to Gen. Funston that the
tion." Lauderdale at 10:30 tomorrow morn- furnished "down east" potatoes, Rep I fugitive
Desired Result __ 'I It is the of the administration
opinion be detained until
resentative Albert Johnson a new
"It would be' a great deal better," I. ing, according to their schedule, and of Wash government
that Huerta will not resign. state contributed and a new judiciary has been
ington four foot
read another part of the letter, "if will remain in that locality until mid- a ;.
Vera Cruz, Mex., May 19.-Arch- the United States were to bear th Washington places no credence in thee afternoon, when they will leave for salmon from the Quinault river, Rep- .formed at Mexico City and charges
bishop Mora y del Rio was driven out reports that he will quit on condi Miami. resentative Bell and Representative can be filed for the alleged crimes
loss those who have down
of Mexico City by Provisional President of come tions. It is also the conviction of the i Kettner of southern California fur- perpetrated by Urrutia while he was
here to take 'a gambler's chance and Before continuing their trip theywill j
Huerta, according to informatio administration that it will not accept nished fresh olives, grapefruit and minister of the interior.
lost, than to go to war with Mexico leave for the Davie farm and I
reaching here today. The archbishop, any "conditional retirement, even if grape juice; while from the southern- There appears little likelihood,
for the of I participate in
conquest"Senator cdebraton
purpose a big
the story says, sought an intervie Huerta suggests such thing, so both for their I most tip of the country, Representative i I however, that Urrutia will be held.
Borah insisted that Senator planned entertainment, at
with Huerta, which was at first refused lof these possibilities seem to be disposed which Sparkman of Florida furnished I*!I At one time General Funston did tell
Williams reveal the of the Professor Potter will deliver i
later accorded the name I of. In the event the peace conference I
but
upon rep green corn and Tampa cigars. him to leave as soon as possible, but
government official who wrote the let I an address. A barbecue dinner will
resentation that the churchman hada agrees on a general election relenting he sent word to him he
ter. The Mississippi senator refusedto form a part of the day's pleasure at
I for the of Mexico it is
communication from the pope. presidency Davie. JOHN D. IN FEAR OF ATTACK might remain in Vera Cruz temponu
divulge it, however, stating thathe I
the belief here that the United States
DOUBLES
The communication, it is stated, ESTATE GUARDS rily.
had "entire confidence in the writer's will take much like the When the combinedparty of Miami I i
a course one
proved to be a suggestion that Huerta New York, May 19.-In addition to Urrutia at first professed that his
judgment"Senator it followed in San all factions and Orlando boosters make ready to '
Domingo,
I
resign. The president appeared to doubling his guards from four to only desire was to remain here under
Gallinger declared he had agreeing to the election exactlyas leave Davie for this city they will 'I
take this advice dispassionately, mak eight, John D. Rockefeller has had protection of. the Americans.
President Wilson will divide, so that representatives from
ing no reply. On the following day. in Mexico.ELECTION hopes happen both cities will ride in every car. I I I installed about the grounds of hi3 | Later, however, he decided to go to

however, a messenger came to th Pocanvico Hills estate a system of : Europe. This decision was due to the
with Mexico. Upon arriving at Miami the entire I electric lights, which he flash
,archbishop a warning from can by t attitude of his own people rather thanto
Huerta that he would do well to leave BLANKS ARRIVE FOR party wll go direct to the ocean beach I pressing a button at the head of his lack of the
the THE COLONEL IS HOME AGAIN PRIMARY OF JUNE 2 and enjoy surf bathing, at the conclusion a hospitality on part of
country. bed.Before I the Americans. After he had been to
of which they will participatein the demonstrations by the
New York, May 19.-(Special)- The desk of Supervisor Frank H. a dance and dinner. Industrial Wdrkers of the World at a hotel from the police station where
INCORPORATION CERTIFICATEOF he was detained after his arrival, he
Roosevelt arrived this afternoon from Williams was piled high yesterday Thursday's program includes a visit the down town offices of the Standard crossed the with
RESERVE BANK SIGNED street his
family
South America and went directly to with blanks to be used by the election to Detroit, and a fish dinner while Oil company and the threats that they I ,
I of his wife
I consisting and eight chit.dren
his home at Oyster Bay upon leavingthe managers in recording the results of there, and inspection of the crops and would visit his estate, Mr. Rockefeller lunch
to
at a cafe. American
t Atlanta, Ga., May 19.-Representa ship. He refused to talk politics. the .nrimarv a election-- to- be- held--- June- _n_ I fruit orchards growing in the lower was content with four guards. soldiers
him.
i accompanied
tives of four banks have signed the -- 2. It was a formidable array of pa- part of the county. *'These he called to from an open window in the They
I stood
dining room near his ta-
lr certificate_ of incorporation for the BASEBALL RESULTS per, and seemingly a vast waste. The Other forms of entertainment will !I when he wanted to feel assured 1 ble and outside other soldiers were

federal reserve bank of Atlanta, I blanks in question are intricate, hard be provided, as the Miami boosters': that they were on duty. With the! .
busy preventing the intrusion of
which will be a part of the new cur National League to understand, and it will require no say they will show the Orlando board I new system in operation the flashing an-

rency system of the United States. Pittsburg 7, Boston 5: I little schooling for the election 'managers of trade men how one good Florida I of the lights is answered by thei threats gry natives who muttered their
and openly denounced him.
Today's action was the initial step to- Cincinnati 2, New York 5. ,to learn how to properly fill I city should welcome the residents of'i guards, who press buttons and sound j{

wards the establishment of the local Chicago 6, Philadelphia 1. them out Incidentally, the cost of another good Florida city, and that ]I buzzers above their employer's bed. j' Antonio Rivero de la Torre, editorof

institution.The St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 2. printing and ruling must have been Miami's good fellow appreciate good A similar system is being installed El Dictamen, who was the leader

First Ntaional bank cf Montgomery -- American League far in excess of any previous pri- fellows from other towns. I at the home of John D. Rockefeller, of a demonstration against Dr. Ur-
New York 0, St Louis 3. rutia, is held at police headquarters
Ala., the Hibernian National mary. Jr.
bank of New Orleans, the First Na- Boston 6, Detroit 4. EMMETT WILSON INTRODUCESBILL I I I :charged with disturbing the peace.

tional bank of Jackson, Miss., and the Washington 4, Cleveland 2. FOREST FIRES STILL RAGING IN ON BANKING Clayton Quits House to Become a 1 He has become a popular hero.

First National bank of Chattanooga, Philadelphia 0, Chicago 3. MICHIGAN II JudgeRepresentative j The Urrutia incident has served to

1 were represented in the organization Federal League Washington, May 19.-( ecia1.- j: Clayton of Alabama demonstrate in a striking manner the

meeting today. Officers of the Exchange I I Pittsburg 0, Chicago 4. Escanaba, Mich., May 19.Spe Representative Wilson of Florida, a ',i who had been expected to remain as widespread anti-Huerta sentiment in

National bank of Tampa, Fla., Brooklyn 2, Indianapolis 15. cial.-Forest fires are raging in four member of the house banking and chairman of the judiciary committeeto Vera Cruz. Residents find it difficult

failed i Buffalo 11, St Louis 3. teen counties on the committee the anti-trust to separate Urrutia from the
tOarrive, today but are expect-1 upper peninsular. currency today introduceda pilot measures Huerta

ed here tomorrow to sign the certificate I I Baltimore 7, Kansas City 3. No lives so far have been a bill requiring a regular statementto through the house, announced todayhis regime, notwithstanding the public

of incorporation. 'I I I Southern League ported lost but uneasiness is felt fo to the comptroller of the currency by intention to qualify this week as dismissal of the man by the provisional -

After the document is signed by Memphis 3, Birmingham 2. homesteaders of the interior counties bank officers and .directors of the federal judge in Alabama. The responsibility presidents
,
officers'of the Tampa bank it will be ;J Nashville 7, New Orleans 0. affected, particularly those in the vicinity amount and character. of their stockholdings : of the administration bill "Why it would appear that they

forwarded to the treasury depart Mobile 1, Atlanta 0. of Escanaba. in banks. The statement 'in the house will rest mainly upon think I am still working for Huerta,"
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ment at Washington. Montgomery 13, Chattanooga 1. must go with all bankers and shall Representative Webb of North Carolina said the fugitive as he paced up and

i South Atlantic League THE WEATHER show the amount of stock owned by whom the ways and means committee down his room. "Some of them thinkf

Augusta 11, Columbus 2. each individual officer or director, later on will elect chairman o I am down here on some sort of se-
Used pianos for sale at low prices I Charleston 1, Jacksonville 0. Florida: Cloudy Wednesday and[ and if not paid for the full amount i the judiciary committee. Mr. Webbhas cret mission for Huerta and otherse

and easy terms at Curtis & O'Neal's Columbia 5, Albany 4. Thursday; probably showers in south idue on account of subscription for just been renominated at th that I am here conniving at some plot .
book and music store. Savannah 10, Macon 5. I
and central such North
i portions. stock. Carolina primaries. or other with the rebels."

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FARMERS' COOPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS TO THE PATRONS OF THE ORLANDO COMMITTEE TO MEET ,

WORK FOR REPRESENTATIVEI POSTOFFICE There will be a meeting of the Ye24eurn / '

Hon Claude L'Engle, Congressman
Orange County Democratic Executive
WINTER LAYERSBy hereby announce my candidacy for RepresenUtive i| at Washington, D. Chas requested -
from Orange county, subject to: applicants for appointment to the ; Committee at the court house in e'a
A. Spencer the action of the Democratic primary to beheld
June 2nd. t j postmastership at Orlando to haveI Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, ,
J. H. REESE. I their supporters write him personal
1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the
(From Press Bulletin 213. Fla. Experiment i letters, advocating their choice, in- purPose of When ever you are looking for Fine Sta- a
FOR REPRESENTATIVE meeting the inspectors and
instead of the applicants sending
Station.) I titions. I therefore ask my friends pe- clerks appointed to conduct the pri- tionery Late Books and Music Victor and ,
It is .the early spring hatches that I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative
from Orange county subject to to do me this favor, as I desire the mary election on June 2nd, and trans-
give the layers for the coming fall the action of the Democratic primary ta be!I appointment. I have been a patron acting any other business which Edison Talking Machines and Records All a

and winter, and not the early winter he'd June. 2nd. of this office all my life, and have always may &
and late spring hatches. Many pul- S. S. GRIFFIN. been a consistent and progres- come: before it. kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews ,
SETH WOODRUFF
sive Democrat. Chairman.
lets that would to about FOR REPRESENTATIVE
begin lay
Respectfully, JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. harp to a Grand Piano Office Supplies and 1
November are sold or used for broil I hereby announce myself a candidate for J. C. HULL
Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914.
from Orange county for the
Representative
!
ers fryers during June and July.If d3t-wlt.
or next session of the Florida Legislature sub- the latest idea in postal cards. I
these pullets were kept, and those Sect to the Democratic primary to be held .
June 2nd. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
from the earlier or later hatches were C. P. DICKINSON. I I announce myself as a candidate for reelection Who is your painter and decorator ,

sold as also the hens over two years'old to tile office of County Commissioner If you are satisfied keep the one you
FOR REPRESENTATIVE Orange County District Five subject have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, W. S. BRANCH .
there would be more eggs pro. to the decision of the Democratic primary No. 636. 1-20-tf ,
Yielding to what appears to be the desire June %nd, 1914. t
duced during the winter. of leading citizens in almost every precinct Respectfully,
Winter Hatched Pullets of Orange county that one of the candidates E. L. BROWN Read the Morning Sentinel. Price The Arcade Book and Music Store
to be nominated for RepresentativeIn Ft Christmas Fla.
The chickens hatched in Januaryand the primary election of June 2nd should 10 cents a week.
be from the country precincts I hereby announce FOR TAX ASSESSOR
February should be used for meatas
myself a candidate.A. I hereby announce my candidacy for the -
they are not likely to be layers B. NEWTON.FOR office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject ililllllllillMMtmilMFor I
to the action of the Demooraitc primary
next fall They get their growth MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB- called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and
early in the season; molt during July LIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 elected. I pledge you my faithful service.
ARTHUR BUTT. Sale
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and August; and rarely lay until I hereby announce myself a candidate for a
election as a Member of the County Board of FOR COMMISSIONER
when the .
January February priceof
or Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange I hereby announce myself a candidate for .
eggs is declining. County, Florida. re-election as County Commissioner from ; I have the following I
M. M. SMITH. District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to
Spring Hatched Pullets the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your I properties which I offer
The March and April hatches are MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION support will be greatly appreciated. ; :
M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR ; at ATTRACTIVE PRICES :
most likely to give pullets that will I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor i -
re-election to the office of Member of COUNTY TREASURERI ; prior to going north: :
begin laying before they are old toard of Public Instruction Orange County, hereby announce myself a candidate for
enough to molt: They are not likelyto from District No.3. subject to the coming Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the One California Bungalow :
r'imary. Very respectfully Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. Just arrived load
molt after once starting laying, WM. EDWARDS. J. H. TUCKER. ;. one two-story house car t

when the weather is cool They will ZeU weod. Fla. ( lot.
FOR TAX COLLECTORI I corner ) Intending FORDS for immediate -
not usually molt at any time duringthe FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION hereby announce myself as a candidate I buyers will do well to
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof get I
first year, and will continue laying for re-electin to the office of Supervisor of Orange County, subject to the DemocraticprimalJ in' touch with me on. delivery.Get .
until Registration for Orange County subject to to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected -
spring. the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, I pledge to you my faithful serviceas above properties, which : !
Pullets hatched in May or later 1914. I have endeavored to give in the past.w. .
FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR 1!;:. MARTIN. are both new and well yours nowF.
will not grow so well during the t

summer, especially during the season hereby announce SHERIFFI myself as a candidate The packing houses at Delray are located. G. RUSH ,
of rains,and wil molt in the late for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. running day and night. Ten solid FRED B. DALE
:
JaIL They will not usually begin FRANK GORDON. I. cars of stuff left there last Saturday Phone 226 a
laying until spring, when the priceof FOR SHERIFFI I
night, besides two cars of pineap-
305 ANDERSON STREET
eggs is lowest. announce myself as a candidate for the : ,
ples.
office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida A- ''Cra
If the pullets hatched in March
I PHONE 376
subject to the Democratic primary. am a ,
and, April are forced by heavy feed- native of Orange county. In asking the votes \ I 1
of fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge 'lll
ing and kept in small yards, they, my the duties of the office without fearor Buy your garden seed from DeLaney lllllellll.IC i I .

too, will molt during August and Sep- favor to any man for the upholding of the & Abernethy. Just received a I
laws and the preservation of peace and good big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13tiTo .
tember. In this case there is little order in the county. "

probability of they laying before the WILLIAM IL DOUGLASS.FOR -- -- I II II I
SUMMER TIME
middle January. But these spring THE / SVIASEMINOLE s"l I i iI
COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .
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pullets, if kept thrifty and given DISTRICT NO. 3 FLY TIME I

plenty of outdoor exercise with a fair ,
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I
amount of feed, are not likely to the office ef Member of the County $ Are those windows screen
Board of Public Instruction from School ed ? Patented detach-
yet
molt in the first season LIMITED I ,
Board District Ns. 3, subject to the action
...._
able hangers used on all : 'fO .asvwtnur
The Second Summer of the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914.

After April 1, the price of eggs If elected educational I will interests give thoughtful of the attention county and tothe Lv Orlando ____.*__________ 3:13 pm screens. No ladder need I II

usually declines .and low dur- faithful service. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm ed to take off or put on I I
stays
C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm when windows.
ing the most of'the summer. The pullets Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C. L__11:10 pm $ washing .' .-- : .' >. ,

should not be encouraged to lay INSTRUCTION THE COUNTY DISTRICT BOARD OF NO.PUBLIC 2 Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am R.J.WALDRONContractor

then. Reduce their feed, but still Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am r- I
I hereby announce myself as candidate for Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am and Builder
feed them regularly, and turn them the office of Member of the County Board of
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
Uammond & Gore
of the feed Public Instruction from School Board District 410 West StreetIIIIIIIIIGIIIIIGI..IIIIIII. I
out to
yards pick green No. 2. subject to the action of the Democratic Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am
and bugs. These hens, now one primary, June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05: p .
molt'the give due attention to the work of the office Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm
old will second
year sea- and endeavor to be fair to all the school ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
.
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm .
son about July 15, and will be readyto interests of the county. r{Ar Fulton I. C.___
J. B. REDDITT. I Ky., ____ 9:35 pm .
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start laying again in November.If ;Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm
well handled, they should lay all FOR cOm..fY COMMISSIONER :J Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am REAL VALUES LOW PRICES ,

during the winter season. I Commissioner am a candidate of for Orange the office county of County front- I Ar St. Louis:Ho., I. C._____ 7:05 am ForSaleModern COMPARE

Old Hens Not Productive District to 2.the If best elected of I my promise ability,to having serve thepeople resided -'ATCentralia, 111., I. C. _____ 1:33 am

After having laid eggs for two here a number of yean, I am qualified Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:20 am --
to know the needs of the section and ,Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:23 am OUR. FURNITURE
the hen should be marketedfor
seasons
the people. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am > 8-room ;

meat. There is always a scarci- Respectfully A. C. STARBIRD ,,Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
ty of poultry meat in the spring, Apopka, Fla. I House 2 doors : : We provide the quality of furniture that has long

and one can sell hens at a good price FOR COMMISSIONER Solid Through Trains-Composed of been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

then, and save the expense of con- I hereby announce njyrelf a candidate for'observation, section, ,compartment sleeping cars, drawingroom and f-ee- west of Wyom- ; standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
re-election as Commissioner from District No.
wouldn't be here it otherwise. We can't make
tinued feeding. It will not usually 3 t. Orange county. Florida, subject to the reclining chair; cars, between Jacksonville were
l be profitable to keep hens.for a third action of the Democratic primary to be held and Chicago, and Jacksonville ing Hotel. Bar- ; : this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
June 2nd 1914. I j nd St. Louis. All meals in dining this business, and that means much to any buyer..
Each
season. year enough pnllets J. L. DILLARD.
'car.I gain. _. _. .
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should be saved to take the place of .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI I For (f jets and Pullman car reser-
the older hens sold off. hereby announce myself as a candidate ations, all on -= McNEUL & DAVIS BLOCK
for County Commissioner Orange County, W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, ,
District Four subject to the action of the
YOUNG CORN AND COTTON Democratic primary, June %Dd. 1914. I will or A. L, Bentley, : j Cor. Orange Are and Church SI., Orlando, a.
greatly appreciate your support, ,D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
r.l
SHOULD BE HARROWED c

Yours C. J.truly SWEET. i Atlantic Coast Line, 10 L AMELIA AVENUE | .. _._ __ JI
Washington, D. C., May 18.The Pine Castle. Fla. Orlando. ; ,: .,, ( ; "'... ,: '_ '_ };
beneficial effect of a well-preparsc d "'llall'III'311"'lltt w

seed bed and the use of good sed I !

may be wholly or, partially offset ..f.lllelll..II..I.li.cllle ..III ,s> i4l l'I..O IIII... .
by improper or insufficient cultiva- ttfe'lllllalll..IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIGlt = JISII..e'leIGI'J"e 'I' '
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
tion, is the advice of crop specialistsof ,

the Department of Agriculture. Orlando Bank & Trust Co
Proper cultivation is an important MHMMHUr

factor in crop production. Cultiva-

tion should begin immediately after oL&N:. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

planting by running once or twice .. .,.HIIIIitliillMtLow

across the rows with a weeder or RESOURCESReal .

section harrow. After the plants

come up .at least two additional cul- ,Round Trip Summer Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

tivations should be given with either Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

the weeder or harrow in the case of: Tourist Rates Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

Stocks and Bonds . . . . .'. 26,018.33
either corn or cotton before the reg- ,
ular cultivators are used. Run diagonally JACKSONVILLE TO Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02

) across the rows withe .either St Louis ........$37.75 Chirac .. ....,. $41.50 Cincinnati. ....$33.00
of these impletments using the DenverColorado.. .. .... 68.60 SL Paul ... .. .SS.7S Louisville. .... 31.50 $904,906.09
sect Sprint 58.CO Duluth.. .. ... (1.50 Knoxville ... ....:i.40
tion harrow- with the teeth slanted Salt Lake City .., 71.60 Winnipeg. .... 7C.7S Evansville ... .. 3US LIABILITIES
..... .. .. ... .. .. '
YellowttoBO 78.00 Toronto 48.90 Indianapolis 3CJO
backward with an angle of 45 degrees Portland .. .... 10C.OO Montreal. .. .55.45 French Lick.. .. 3S.20 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

t and repeat a week later at right an- Seattle .. .. ... It(.00 Petoskejr .. .. .. 51.58 Toledo. .. .... 41.11 Re-Discounts . . . ... . . . None
Lot Angeles .. .. 83.51 Mackiaae. ..... 53.00 Detroit.. ...... 43.50
gles with the first cultivation.The San Francisco: ... 89.50 Baffalo .. .... .47.40 Mammoth Gate ..30.SO Bills payable . . . . . . . None
use of the weeder or section Glacier Park .... 8US Niagara Fall .. 47.40 Chautaaa.ua .. ... 47.40

harrow is strongly advised for the Deposits . . . . . . . 770.79J.72
Low rates to other points in Colorado, California and Canada

early cultivation of corn, cotton and Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Pro. Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

many other crops. It is best to use portionate low rates from other points in the State. e

the weder on very loose or sandy Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 30. Return limit Oct. $904,906.09

soils while the section harrow is pre- 31, 19U.

ferably on clay or buckshot soils. This Deposits :March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
early cultivation with the weeder or VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT LAKE, COLORADO
Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
harrow destroys all young grass and SPRINGS, ETC

weeds and leaves the soil in fine con- Going through St. Louis, Returning through Chicago, or Vice Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81Deposits
dition and the cotton ready for chop- Versa. Liberal stop-overs on all Tickets.
Dec. 31 1913
.521,167.38
ping or thinning. The use of the ,

section harrow for the early cultivation THE ATTRACTIVE WAY Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

of and in the TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST
corn cotton Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
South is comparatively recent, but is Three solid through trains daily-Choice of three different routes

rapidly becoming general One of the Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L. &
great advantages in its use, in addition N. Dining Cars. No better dining car service. Fast time. Rock The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

to the excellent work done is Ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated bookletson Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

the extra amount of land that can be all summer tourist resorts,' rates, sleeping car reservations and friends and customers for making such a statement possible I
cultivated in a given time. other information, address '

IL C. BRETNEY. FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Cow Peas at F. F. ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
Dutton's, San- 134 West Bay Street (Telephone 167.) Jacksonville, Fla

ford 5-19tf., Fla. Write or phone for prices. ;;: : ..: : I ; ::::::: :::::::: :::::: :::::


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THE DAILY I ]DR. CAROLYN GEISEL'S WORK TO THE MEMBERS OF THE IN ORLANDO'S CLASS IIIIMIMMtMMItMlliltMMCnm > MtMMMtHH

AMOUNTS TO SOMETHING FLORIDA GROWERS' AND t The Imhoff system of sewer disposal ttlllllllltlt111111111111111111111111111111111. lllllt
South Florida Sentinel SHIPPERS' LEAGUE is growing more and more pop-

MORNING AND WEEKLY Many of us work all the time, but I ular. A delegation of eleven councilmen -

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor: and Owner. .it is few of us who can say that we Most of you are doubtless aware from Toronto, Canada, are visiting -

accomplish anything that counts. of the work that has been done by I I in Atlanta to gather information

Entered, ai Second at the Gas pottoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida There has never been a more per- .I the United States department of agriculture I about the Atlanta system and are so BLSEALLFans

'sistent, sweet tempered worker than during the past seven years, I well pleased that they will authorize
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dr. Carolyn Geisel, who lectured in in Florida, on the influence of meth- I Toronto to expend the sum of $3,000000 ,-
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00
Orlando during the and ods of citrus for their installation in that
Chautauqua city.
: handling fruit its
Daily 6 Months .........f............. 2.50 on
Daily. 3 Months ..............,.,..... 1.25 whose work was well known in this keeping quality. Probably most of Atlanta has the Imhoff system.- .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 I '
city even before that time. The following -. you have secured copes of Bulletin I Ocala Banner. : are Apt to be,

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 from the Battle Creek Journal 63 of the U. S. department of agri- The Toronto councilmen might have :
..................... .
Weekly 6 Months 7J will be of interest to Dr. Geisel's culture, entitled "Factors Governingthe added to their knowledge by visiting I

TO ADVERTISERS: many friends here; Successful Shipments of Oranges Orlando to see the Imhoff system in : Good Clothes Fans

Nine months ago there was not a From Florida." The information contained course of construction.Last .
s Copy for dkpUy and all ...her hand-let college in the world with an endowed in this bulletin is extremely
t tdrcitbtaf nut be handed in at the baunetifficc
.f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. ffl. department of health. valuable to every citrus grower and Saturday's session of the board A man who
the day before publication. This rule applies in the of commissioners of can afford to '
shipper state, and county Orange
to thanje for contract advertising; it I. Today there are five, and all everyone L
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. through the indomitable will power ofa should read carefully the results of county was one of the busiest and spend the time to .

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued little woman from Battle Creek;! Dr. [these experiments which have been I most important since the organizationof take in the gamescan
carried in Florida I the At the the usually afford ;-
should notify the office in writing en Carolyn Geisel, of the medical staff on for several-years county. meeting
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be, of the Battle Creek Sanitarium.Dr. I past. My attention has been calledto (I sale of the entire issue of $600,000 to spend the money

until notice to stop is received. Geisel is the same woman who the fact that the superintendent of worth of county bonds issued in aid to be well dressed. J
documents of the United States sells of the construction of the system of To the man who can .
sensation the
made such a at con-
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1914. ference on race betterment last January -"this bulletin for 20 cents. I wish to good roads for the county, was coji afford to wear good .

when she spoke concerning the say, however, that the department of r summated, the terms being par and clothes we commend

Congratulations to Mayor Sperry colleges of the land. agriculture has an allotment of these accrued interest. A division of the especially the ,
and to the Orange County Citrus Sub- For years the doctor has been go- 1 bulletins which may be distributed funds derived from the sale betweenthe new stales in our t

Exchange that he has been re-elected ing the length and breadth of the free to any one applying for them. seven banks in the county was decided -

president of the body. land telling of the need of more education Such application should be addressed upon. The bids for the con- HARTSCUAffNm
o \ on health questions.Her simply to the United States Depart- struction of the brick roads had pre-

Nobody is complaining about the teachings spread to the utter- ment of Agriculture, Washington, viously been accepted and the work of:
the South where she D. C. I desire to say, also, that at construction will begin just as soon '
most parts of
rain; it is just what has been neededin ,
has been especially successful. Final- our request, Senator Fletcher has sent as the necessary preliminary detailsare
this section, and the
growers are to the League an additional supply of arranged. The commissioners are
ly the faculty at Shorter college,
dollars ahead by reason of it.
Rome, Ga., heard her talk. these bulletins, and we can mail out, to be congratulated upon their successful MARX A
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o Members immediately asked her to ,from there copies as long as they last. financiering.-Tampa Times.
The Pensacola News is not kind to Do not be contented with a superficial I
put her preaching into practice and
John P. Stokes. It accuses him of I reading of this bulletin. Study it continue its
institute a health department at their experiments on precool- [
joining two fraternal orders since he school. I carefully, and if there are any of the I ing, doing the work on pineapples, CLOTHES

became a candidate for congress. She accepted the appointment and tables or chapters you do not understand probably at Viking. Mr. Tenny also

Wonder if John P. included the mem- started the department in September. j do not hesitate to write us took up with the East Coast road the They're more than

bership fees in his statement of cam- Every student in the college has to about them. question of a field box rate. While good clothes, thatis

paign expenses.An carry certain subjects pertaining to : Yours very truly, there are a few details yet to be while the fabricsare

o health, the care of the body, the I LLOYD S. TENNY.Mr. worked out, there is little doubt but all-wool, and I
the tailoring always i
Indiana woman died the other proper foods and their values. that the shippers on the East Coast I I. i \\I
of the highest ]:
day, leaving $1,200 a year for the No student can graduate unless she I Frank Stirling, of DeLand, has will receive the benefit of this low h 1 i! ': I
quality the styles ,I
I
maintenance of her dog. Thus far has passed all these required sub- been employed by the Florida Grow- field box rate next season. 1"U" ; it
and j'
designing are '
i her distant relatives have been un- jects. i l ers' and Shippers' League to carry of special excel : '
able to find a Hoosier lawyer mean After the success which has fol I on the inspection work on the new I The first meeting of the executive lence.

enough to try to break the will and lowed the installation of the department citrus 'canker disease, which has been j committee of the Florida Growers'
Men and of taste
young men exacting regardless -
beat the dog out of its keep. 'at Shorter, other colleges beganto introduced into Florida from several and Shippers' League held since the
of pocketbook, choose them.
o take up the idea. Inquiries con- points outside the state. Mr. Stirlingwill annual meeting at Palatka has been

The South Florida Press associa- cerning the department came from all work under Dr. Berger's instruc- called for May 23, at Orlando. Prob- WE STOCK A MAGNIFICENT RANGEYou'll

tion has been organized, taking in the parts of the country. tions, and will make a careful inspec- ably the entire committee will be

papers south of Orlando. Press associations At the installation of the depart- tion of every citrus tree in''the in- present for this meeting. Several
ment at Palmer college in Florida, fected areas in the state. Mr. Stirlingis matters of important are to be discussed -
are becoming numerous, butit
is a much better plan to have a the mayor of the city presided, and unusually well qualified to handle at that time. The committeewill I
.number of small organizations than every member of the board of trus- this work for the league. Every also complete its organization by I

for' the members to depend for results tees, every girl in the school, every grower upon whom Mr. Stirling calls electing a president and two Vice-I

on the state body. The meet- fa cult: member signed a membershipcard should co-operate with him to the presidents.

' ings of that body have never amounted in favor of the department. Dr. extreme. .
Geisel is director of the
a department -
to much more than a junket.
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The same day that Palmer Mr. S. :
Lloyd Tenny, secretarymanager
o
college organized, the Walton county of the Florida Growers' andShippers' I T. F. IIOIIRIHAN :
The buzzards that sit on the house- ,
high school, Florida, also organized.Since several
League, spent days It
in Clearwater
tops have gotten on :
the first department was last week in Jacksonville and St. Au- Licensed Plumber and
.the nerves of Willis Powell of the started in Belmont college :
I September, gustine, conferring with railroad authorities Sanitary Engineer 4I
Clearwater Sun, and he wants them kf
at Nashville Tenn. Meridian
,
; on several matters of impor- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
exterminated, by killing. The St. college, in Mississippi; one at Colum- tance. Mr. Tenny has the promise Promptly Attended to.
Petersburg Independent suggests a bus, Miss., and another at Milledge- '
from the, East Coast railroad that a PHONE 629
much more humane way of riddingthe ville, Ga: have announced their decision precooling rate for citrus fruits and I 4t
106 Court Street
,
town of the carrion crows, and
of similar .
opening departments.Buy
pineapples will be put into effect. The
} that is to clean up the town, get rid
ORLANDO FLORIDA
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precooling rate on pineapples will be ,
of the filth upon which the birds feed, garden seed from DeLa-
your into effect immediately that
put so 4llmMMIMIItMIIIIMUMH
and they will leave. Now it's up to ney & Abernethy. Just received a
Willis. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf the department of agriculture may

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car to distribute literature calling attention If you are contemplating a sea voyage this sum- J r

to that city's advantages as a t'-t't mer a 35c package of( McElroy's Sea Sick Remedy !
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summer resort The scout car, a l ill
J will' absolutely prevent any sea sickness. It is no \ !
Cadillac, is now making a tour of the dope and ;is guaranteed, :
interior
cities, is furnished and driven S
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by Mr. Frank J. Parker and he is accompanied -i OYIj
I 33 YEARS OYI'CORThTS
by Secretary James 0. McELROY'S PHARMACY
Stevenson of the chamber of com- (S ABLIS. ED :

merce, Thos. Pacetti and by Mr. F. A. HMiiMMMItllltlllMtMIIMIIMtllHI IIMIttHIIMIMHHIIIitMIMHtttlllMMIHMIHiMIMHII
Rolleston of the St. Augustine Even-

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scout car includes Hastings, Palatka, .
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Gainesville, Ocala, Orlando and intermediate ..
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points. Later trips will .
be made northward. I see a good many people doing the

I Tango indifferently well; you'll see few who are
oWe
o really expert-you can tell them instantly,
don't know what chance Wil-
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES though-It's that way with good corsets. No
liam J. Harris stands to be elected .

governor of Georgia, but his coursein Commencement Day-an important event in the : matter what your type of figure is, in the "BON

resigning his position as directorof lives of young people should receive some fitting mark : TON" there's a model that will give you the

the census in order to enter the of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : fashionable contours of the moment.We .

race meets the hearty commendationof occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of :
this paper. It is the only just and Jewelry? .. stock the "BON TON."

manly thing for a candidate to do .

when he is holding one office and has : DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : PRICE-

an itch for another. We have had '
some notable examples in Florida ofa : direct the attention of relatives and friends to : t

politician holding one office and the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $3.50 to $25.00 1

neglecting its duties while he went : store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- .

gunning for a better job. The verdict : est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -

of the public in such cases should : or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val :

always be so decisive that the prac- ues and assortment. : .
tice would fall into absolute disuse. : A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves :

o : no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. '

The Jacksonville Metropolis evidently .. .
Dickson! Ives COn
intends to make a test of the -

corrupt practices act which forbids '

that any newspaper shall make an attack -

upon any candidate within eigh- ,

teen days of the primary without hav- l
ing first served a copy of the charges
upon the candidate. The Metropolis DEPARTMENTAL STORE[

made p. particularly severe attack on

Congressman Claude L'Engle, and in
an editorial asserts the belief that the J the Jeweler

act this in belief question we is are unconstitutional inclined to think In : ran e Ave. ifibildO n nORLANDO'S

the Metropolis correct, and as the i: t OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ,
editor of that will be
probably
paper
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arrested for violating the provision .

of the act referred to we will in all EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING :

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Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. II
Meeting of Grand Council Royal o It t llen'srI
| Admission 5 cents
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Mr. and Select Masters Over Which ID.

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Orlando Man Presided

Miss AND SELLS TODAYSPROGRAM"Night II .

from Jacksonville, Fla., :May 19.-Among Shadows New York." Pro-
ville. important meetings in the city REAL ESTATE duced by the Imp. players in New
the sessions York. This three reel feature discloses Commencement Time
week are which will
every phase of life in the un
Mr. held by two Masonic bodies, the derworld. It shows the low device

meetings to be held by the "struss" joints, better known as gam- 11 Is Here
600 acres south of Winter -
bling houses the detective bureau
Council Royal and Select Mas- ; at
Garden and west of police headquarters and their methodof
and of the Grand Royal 'Arch

Mr. Gotha, including 10 acre haps identifying you have criminals.seen underworld While per-pic- Want a present for that one

Orland Grand Master T. Picton Warlow, The tures before, it is safe to say that you who graduates? You can get
the Grand Council Royal and Select orange grove. en- have never seen the equal of this one. D
tire The depicting of crime is it at our store without
tract covered with necessary any
of the state, arrived in the
in a great many dramas, but delicate
Mr. Sunday night from his home in yellow pine timber. Two taste must be exercised in this respect trouble and but little ex.

'. The sessions of the grand else the sensibilities of some
child miles of lake pense.
shore.
are going to be offended. The present
were concluded yesterday, the
Beach drama has been made by one who is
session being scheduled for mliiiMiiiiHimumjiH perfectly conversant with his subject. D D

Mr. o'clock this morning and an after- There is a culminative plot, swift action Every Graduate .
session to follow and possibly a stirring incidents, and tense cli-
town maxes, all of which is in
submerged
meeting. The election of offi- the impressive moral lesson which should have somethingnow,

will be held today. GEORGIA f MAN 1 TO NAVE[ CIIARCEOF [ teaches that crime and unclean life that they can keep for
Dr. Tomorrow corning at 10 o'clock the never has paid and never will. D years,

meeting of the Grand Royal Admission 5 cents to remind them of friends,
f BARBECUE f ij[ AT f OSTIS
on chapter will be convened by loved ones and the happiest
High Priest Harry N. Sweet- ORLANDO BOY WINS HONOR
days of their life
who is here from ,
ing, expected today
G. A. Bearden Comes From Morgan -
home in Tallahassee.The .
Mrs. County to Give Florida Growersthe The.many friends of J. Hugh Mur-
to sessions of this body will con- phy will be pleased to learn that he
after tinue for two days and the annual Real Thing Allen & Co
won the $25 gold medal for the best ,
of officers will also be held.
M.
I debater in the Jefferson literary so-
: Both of these meetings will bring The Florida growers who meet at ciety of the University of Virginia. Jewelers
prominent Masons from all sec- the Citrus Exchange association gath-

of the'state to Jacksonville and ering to be held in Eustis Friday will

for will remain over for Friday be treated to a barbecue dinner a la UNITY CIRCLE Prompt Repairing

when several degrees will be Georgia.
T. Unity Circle will meet at Unity D Everything Guaranteed
with as recently announced.The has been famed for
Georgia many
Chapel Wednesday at 3:30. Mrs.
to recent announcement made, of for the flavor and
years superior Sherman in charge of the program.
to members of the Masonic finish of its barbecue, and there are

Mr. is that on Friday night, May several men in Georgia who have

the fifth degree, or that of perfect achieved fame as 'cue artists. Among THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Ib. cD .

will be conferred in full form. these is Mr. G. A. Bearden, of Madi- CLUB .=.=A' : ---iyearn :

and Ocala.'R who desire to join the class can son, Morgan county, Georgia, and he I .

the the preceding degree of secret will superintend the 'cue upon which The Twentieth Century club will

chine or fourth grade, communi- the Eustis gathernig will feast. Not ;I meet with Mrs. S. R. Hudson, on East

that night, and participate in even the late Sheriff Callaway of Ful- Washington street, Wednesday, May

evening's work. ton county, who has been the cue-ist 20th, at 3:15 p. m. "King John" is I S4zeft'
All Master Masons who are desir- the the dub is
for all barbecues within a radius of a play now reading. .
on of an unfoldment of the teach- hundred miles of Atlanta for the last Current topics by each member.

ford ings of the symbolic degrees should I I I fifty years, had anything on Mr. Qu lIT: Y
themselves of this opportunity; I Bearden when it came to turning the HOW ABOUT A UNION PICNIC? irises

make each Friday night except the first I' meat to that rich, juicy dripping

every month more and more will brown that would make your hair curlto What has become of the old time Is first, last and all the time the important consid- ;
Dr. revealed to the fourteenth degree even whiff. Sunday school picnics, nobody seemsto
by his completion of the Lodge of Perfec- know. The month of May was the eration in our groceries.
Mr. Bearden is a brother-in-law of-
when the work of Perfect Elu usual time chosen for these much
St.
Mr. George E. Nolan, of Orlando, and When quality is considered you will find our prices )
lando be exemplified; thus completing looked for events and they were well
stopped over in Orlando on his
R. M. first of the four great steps of to Eustis. The best thing about way this patronized. There has not been a are lower than any grocery, in the city.

sist higher degres, and become an union picnic of the Sunday schoolsfor
I announcement is that Mr. Bearden is All goods guaranteed strictly fresh. **
and sublime Mason.
two or three years and it seems
going to come back this way, and it
After completing the ineffable de- about time for somebody to push the
may be that he can be induced to pre-
those of the class who wish
can move, as it gives many the advantageof .
pare a barbecue dinner for Orlando
the continue with the higher bodies. withoutit
taking a big day's outing
I folk, if they but get together and ask
Gedge costing very much. One of the objections THE SANITARY GROCERY
Orlando'l I him. A large number of people will
About the busiest man in attend the Eustis meeting. Follow- raised to having a picnic for
'
Ind. is "Doc" B. C. Abernethy. Since the the Sunday schools is the fact that so
CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
ing will be the order of the day:
Jessie booster party to Miami left town Doc I many rowdies go and get drunk and

has been in a double shuffle to keep : Addresses of welcome, Mayor I. N. cut up generally. Why could not the 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street {
Kennedy Eustis board of trade, E. L. .
John Cook is of ;
leave things going. pilot Sunday schools charter cars and let
the and Doc has to Ferran, the press, Clarence E. Woods. ,
party, keep things the tickets be sold through them, thus .
straight at the garage, and Jim De- Response, J. H. Sadler, Orkland. debarring .all objectionable charac- t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

t is in Laney is mascot of the party and Doc I The Florida Citrus Exchange, Dr. ters Other towns adopt this method -

Home has to keep the prescription depart- J. H. Ross, president. why not Orlando? FUNERAL DESIGNS

h ment of the DeLaney-Abernethy Drug Birth and Growth of New Packing .
was ... .I.O.III.III".I.I... .. ..
and then House of Eustis Citrus Growers' As-
company going right, Ray SEE THE TANGO AT LUCERNE
ive in Chapman has gone to the school of sociation, G. W. Holmes, director TONIGHT

well 1' instruction for officers at St. Augus- Florida Citrus Exchange.The DEATH OF JOHN MALLORYJohn White Star Market
It is to be regretted that an attraction -
part tine, and Doc has to fill his place. But Selling of Citrus Fruits at Auc- which Manager Kent has ;

is in the weather is delightful and the tion and %Private Sale, George A. been so fortunate as to book into his Hazen Mallory, the three year DUREN & COMPANY, Proprietor'sWOMEN

know walking is good, and Doc is getting Scott, district manager, Boston. theater this week should not be better old son of :Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mal-
In the Glendevere
with his triple expansion job Adjourn to barbecue at Eustis park. patronized. Tango
away company the people of Orlando should lory, who live on Lake Ivanhoe, died
are all to the merry. Open meeting to any growers who realize that we have with us undoubt- yesterday morning of infantile paral- b

of desire to talk.Demonstration. edly the best and most artistic at- )Ois.' The body will be taken to Bata-

these. Geo. R. Croft, a well known citizenof I at packing house traction theater that has at ever the played the Lu- via, 111., for interment. Arrange-

. Oakland, Fla., and who has been from 2 to 3 p. m., when the largest The cerne tango as danced by present! Miss Glende-prices. ments for the funeral have not yet {

+ very successful in business, is being packing house in Florida will be in vere and Mr. Bucher is beyond ques- been made. The little fellow was

t shown Clearwater and environs today full operation.Eat 0 tion as good as any like tango thatis particularly bright and lovable and
gan, being done in the large cities and
by the Barco Realty company. Mr.
of
' the sympathy of a large number
pa; for which people are paying big 1 H. ,
Maza Croft contemplates locating on the what you want. prices. It is doubtful if we will have friends go out to the grief stricken
sea coast and this'agency influencedhim Eat all you want. another opportunity of seeing a pairof parents in their bereavementTOO
Mrs. to look over Clearwater.-Clearwater Take a postscript and forget it. dancers such as these in Orlandofor
I For sale by all durggists.
York I
; ; Sun. some years to come.
Dey, l-7-d&w-lyp Mr. Bucher as a concert pianist is LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
almost above description, and it seems

tHMtMHMIMIIilMIMIiMiiMMIMMMMMIIMMItltlltlHMMnmAt ,.. quite ridiculous that we are able to RENT-Seven room house; reference -
hear musician ARE
such SURPRISEDon
combining
a won-
required. Address D, Box
derful technique and expression together -
with perfect concert style as 625, Orlando. 5-20-lt their first visit at the extreme -
Lucerne Mr. Bucher exhibits in his work with-
The Today out at least paying the rates we are FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and cleanliness of this market -
obliged to do for lyceum attractionsof gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla. for it is not just ordi-

a much inferior nature. Mr. Buch- 5-20-dlOt-wlmo narily clean but immaculately
,

r's work last evening was indeed a
t revelation to those music lovers of T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone so. That fact means a lot
r I -lando who were so fortunate as to
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf to a woman who likes to
be His little
And the balance of this week. present.short of wonderful improvising, while his was ren-- know that what she eats is

dition of Lachatiskie's arrangementof Try the Sentinel Job Department. free from any kind of polta
the Sextette from Lucia for the
left hand only would have done creditto tion. A visit to this meat

The Glendevere Tango Company any celebrated artist. ,ttlMMMIMMShoe market will satisfy the most
Mr. Glendon, who possesses a bass fastidious
voice of rare richness and range, ren- I
# PRESENTING dered two delightful numbers in an Repairingby Phone 23
artistic manner. Mr. Glendon was 48 W. Church St. 5.6t-f
ormerly an operatic basso, having PARCEL POST
MISS LESLIE GLENDEVERE sung with some of the greatest Amer- :
] ican singers as well as having en- I. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Z -AND- 5- TANGO ARTISTS joyed a few seasons with musical Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8seladics' Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
MR. BURT BUCHER | companies on Broadway, New York Coal Yard
Half Soles, 60c to 7Se phone 566. 9-3l-tf
city. .
In addition to the above, tonight we Children's Half Soles, jOc to 750
doing the "Inspiration Tango, the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank are promised a comedy dramatic Hand Turned t Soles, $I.oo .I Sentinel want ads. are money get-

Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. sketch in which to demonstrate all three will their have attain-opportunity Heels Repaired, 2c .... I ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.

ments, and if we are to judge by the All work returned jn 24 hours. ..
The above in connection with the regular program of mov. artistic ability already demonstratedin Ordt without remittance re- : ,
turned C. 0. D."e .
pay
their other work we feel sure that
ing pictures.Admission. we will not be disappointed in the return postage. w
little playlet .
DR. J. C .HOWELL

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Balcony 10 Cents to All.HMHIMMMMMMUmillllMMMMIIMMtlllllMM Eat all you want. 19 East Pine Strett No extra charge for house treatment
.
Take a postscript and forget it. II
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3 A PIONEER TOWN: SOME OF I II POSTMASTERS IN CONVENTIONIN FISHBACK FOR POSTMASTERI
superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
ITS PLACES AND PRODUCTS ST. AUGUSTINE am a candidate for postmastership -
4.. -- t I of Orlando and will highly appreciate are all right, then why not put us to the test.This .

. To despise "the day of small beginnings I St. Augustine, Fla., May 18-First, it if all of my friends will
;: ," is neither just nor wise; write to Hon. Claude L'Engle, Wash-
for men the most sagacious never second and third class postmastersfrom ington D. C., endorsing me for that'
can tell what may develop from an every part of the state will be position.If Way
: object or enterprise the most insig- in attendance at the seventh annual appointed I will do my utmostto .
; nificent, or unpromising.Four meeting of the Florida Postmasters' fill the place acceptably, and to
years ago when the first I faithfully perform all the duties de-
dwelling was erected on the spot association, which convenes here tomorrow volving upon me, and to conduct the Your doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your
3 then laid out and ChristenedTaftthe morning and continues for affairs of the office so well that my
idea of building up a colony town three days. Postmaster General friends may never have cause to regret case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
was derided by certain criterions who the support they gave me in my
thought themselves posted. Burleson recently issued an order candidacy. ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

"The land will never produce citrus granting the postmasters of the first, Your very truly, saved the trouble of going to doctor again.
fruits, and is too wet and sour second and third class in the state a D. E. FISHBACK. your

for trucking purposes," was the declaration five days leave of absence in order to 18-3t.

: The proposition- at that time might attend the sessions of the association.The PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
have appeared a bit scaly indeed, for ninth annual convention of the
there close at hand lay a big cypress Florida State League of Postmastersof

swamp in which a lone aligator the third and fourth class will be

his, the last On of his tribe-still two other held held in connection with the conven- we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
own. one or
For Sale, For
Wanted.
Notice of Lost
swamps of smaller size also bordered tion of the Florida Postmasters' as- Rent, etc., for this column. 25c for one day high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
: the place, the big drainage well sociation. SOc for three day;. or 11.00 for OM week for
conencted the former into dry ground; f 85 words or less. Money must accompanythe your doctor wrote it.Don't.
and the big ditch recently put through advertisements for this column u noinsertions
will be made on credit.
FOREST FIRES ARE RAGING IN
under the direction of Mr. Levin have
served to drain the smaller depressions NORTHERN MICHIGAN
FOR SALE

s As-to what the soil is best adapted Nursery stock, one, two, three and Forget
how to redeem from the native wil- Escanaba, Mich., May 18.-Spe-( four year old buds; Foster Early,

derness and so manipulate it as to : cial.)-Forest fires raging throughoutthe Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash .
I Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle.
obtain the best results, have formed upper peninsular of Michigan already ington
Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
subjects of whom of study are Northerners to settlers,, unusedto nearlyall have done damage estimated at Apopk, tomatoes-$per That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost maybe

$300,000, and unless rain comes within FOR SALE-Cull
Florida soil. Farming and garden- crate, f.o- b. Good for canning and dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
ing up to this time have therefore the next few hours the damage will

been largely experimental.One be incalculable. Two villages near chow-chow.Fla. Address> Partin 5-14-6t Bros., ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
Wagner,
of the primary steps in civilizing Escanaba have been nearly destroyedand it chances this time to be- neighbor's instead of I
the place has been the annual your your own. Take
fires are raging tonight at eight SALE-Mitchell roadster rare
FOR ;
burning of the tall dry grass on lands
irrounding the town. This is im separate points within a radius of bargain; recently completely overhauled these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

portant as a protection trom prarie thirty miles of Escanaba and with a and made good as new in ev- People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
and wood fires. It is also importantas ery part; guaranteed first class con-
a means of wholesale distraction strong wind blowing fears are ex dition; must be sold at once, even at

wilds about Taft, has eaten up most pressed that the different fires may sacrifice. Come, or address, White -
adjacent gardens. Burning of the join. Rock Poultry Farm,,Leesburg, Fla.

grass improves the pasture also, and 4-23-tf
leaves more or less ashes which. helpsto --
McLEAN FOR POSTMASTER FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Alabama
fertilize the land.
The proverbial "razor-back" that hound. Address I. Turner, DeLaney AbernethyNext

until recently roamed at will the Having served the people of Orlando Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw

wild about Taft, has eaten up most for the past twelve years in the

:i of tle the have snakes devoured; while much the of range the wild cat capacity of postoffice clerk, I should WANTED man of 55, able to desiresa care Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida
work
for stock and do other ,
vegetation, and have left considerable .like to continue my service in the
home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Delivery
fertilizer in its place. higher position of postmaster. If my 5-14-lw .
city.
As an illustration of that which has .taWl:
N friends wish me to serve.them in such
been accomplished in the village of
Taft soil, a glance at the premisesof capacity they will confer a favor LOST-Two about 35 Airdale pounds terriers each; ; names"Sandy" weigh Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING. '
Charles.A. Tompkins will serve to upon me by writing Congressman and "Michael. Reward.E. .

show. Claude L'Engle, Washington/'D. C., a Beeman. 5-12-tf AND DO ALL KINDS OF Look through your desk and sAe if
Mr. Tompkins came to Taft from letter endorsing me for that position. OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
Binghampton, New York state in Oc-
WANTED-Four or five room cottage Osteopathic Physician in need. If there is
tober, 1911 and all vegetation Congressman L'Engle has asked you are phone
now
close to business part of city. at 24 and will call
us we get
jour
growing on his place out that the patrons,of the Orlando
was put post-
State location and rent desired by 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
since he came. office write him expressing their month or year. Address, Mr. Pippin, at the lowest price consistent with
The first
the Tompkins object noted home on is approaching an attractive -- choice for postmaster. This being the care Sentinel office. 5-15-31 Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive.our

cottage with wide verandas case it is likely that he will be controlled up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

thickly embowered amid vines. in his decision largely by the BEFORE BUYING OR SELLINGyour diseases treatedTelephone
A spacious foreground on either number of letters he receives. I will orange grove, or other real Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, II?.,
side of a wide entrance walk is devoted estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold, DR. L H. RAMSDELu for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
to floral embellishment. deeply appreciate anything done in Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine 578. Pepper Crates. 4-?9mi
In the large collection of plant life my behalf.I street after June 1st. 515lwWANTED OPTOMETRIST

luxuriating there, is found the hybis- 1 .\... been a life long Democrat, Successor Rubber Stamps made to order at t
to Dr.
"golden bell" oleander -Good sewers in the dressmaking Up1 to date painting, papering, etc., ( 0. P. Lildns) i
cus both
,
pink .
and white, Jassamine, sword but i 'ii i under civil service rules I department. Apply to Mrs. is the kind you want Where to get Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf.If

palm, Century crepe plant, Caeti, hydra- am ft.oidden to be politically active. W. L. Burnett, second floor, Yow ell- it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDA Ir

: geas and a lily of rare beauty knownas My record in the postal service is a Duckworth. building. 5-18-3t Entrican. 1-20-tf you want your bicycle fixed in

"The Emperor of4 Japan." Of guarantee that the place will be efficiently Phone 444, Auto Livery. Put money in thy purse by advertising a hurry take it to Warraan's Repair
roses, there are several varieties; FOR RENT 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. Shop.
filled if the people honor me ...
most noteworthy of these being a --- -- -- -
fine specimc t Frau Karl Drus- by making it possible for me to secure NICELY FURNISHED HOME on
chke, showing wealth 11 of bloom In the appointment. Lake Cherokee for rent from June toI I I U/U! III f::III II I \\i\\\m i"U\\ \ \,\
this bush
height
or tree reaches -17-3t W. C. :McLEAN. October, also six room unfurnished


flag nearly has the castor base evoluted staff to bean the by into six planted which top a inches tree of it two a measuring is.twenty-foot supported.A years ago at. I well ready running formed to a pluck perfect ears; pop-corn and riot squash amongst with plump vines the,, I. 511 cottage.Palmer Address street. Kentucky 5-19-lwk Home I IT'S II10[ 1 0 T AK[ UP Ttl[ ""ijU [


over in diameter, FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms
and is nearly twenty feet corn-Hubbards, big as your head, for *
high.In yellow "crooknecks," and other sorts. light housekeeping. $12.50 per


orous tensive both try.Of as the shade growth forest ornament background, of these sunflowers and being is food seen for intended of an poul-vig-ex-, tucky bottom blossoms anywhere A row Wonder with,as of either fine pole fresh," loaded as north bean green could-or from'The be pods south.top grown Ken-and to suite FOR Pine.our store RENT-Two per month.at No. 9 W.Apply office Church spaces 307 5-14-6t street.East in f. R I 1 6 QUESTION ij[ I R[ l t


trees in the grounds or Come in and we will show you. Pierce
From short of bush beans
a row
planted along the street front are sev- Electric Co. 3-29-tf
eral varieties of oak, also bay Mr. Tompkins has sold over twenty
nolia and the mag- pounds besides those used by his fam- E..A.B EST
umbrella tree. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod
Of fruit trees, planted in main sec ily. Cucumbers are producing abuts ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
dantly, with fine well-headed cabbage
tion of lot is observed a fine growthof 4-26-tf
bananas, showing massive and big turnips and grapevines, Our stock of
purpl Rugs Draperies and Furniture
sheathed buds and fruit clusters of well started, but especially to northern are a positive

large size. horseradish dwellers, is the pit-plant here and MISCELLANEOUS delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Pear trees, plum are doing and Japanese well. A mulberry persimmon -- thrifty as in seen any growing kitchen garden as of OPENED AT 14 BRYAN STThe pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

tree planted two has the North. Florida :Meat Market. Fresh meatsof ble in '
of
years the word.
ago
sense
already produced' A Mr. Tompkins expects a total of fifteen all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea every
fruit tree planted two crop. grape, has bushels of Irish potatoes when son. Your patronage solicited. S. ,
years ago ,
made rapid growth and is overloadedwith they are dug. He has already sold Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm HIMIIIIIilillHIIMIilMMtWiMMHIIMHIIIMIIHIIIItlMi
enough stuff this to fora
season pay .
shows young also a fruit.fig tree An, the orange latter producing tree year's supply of fertilizer, which PROPERTY in the vicinity of New ; | CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you \ \ t
he uses in limited His toms York with
fifteen or twenty figs. quantity. city, residence, to ex
Guavers are of two kinds, the na toes will also produce a big crop. change for Orlando property on cash to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining .
tive and "battery." Mr. Harriman who is working a valuation. J. M., 307 West street,

Peach trees show up half grown truck garden south of town, reportsIrish Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
potato vines to his
peaches and up hip
apple tree of the Jen
I pocket and corvered with blossoms Spray material, insecticides and
nings variety, has made feature
a splendidgrowth. to
I you.
'. like a flower graden. fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San
Garden huckleberries Mr. Herbert Tice has a field ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit
re doing
nicely, Also peanuts. A few hills of (eight acres) of water melons, east erature. 4291m. IMIIIMItMMMtimMMmMCtHI88MilitllMMMtMMIBimKincaid
the latter planted last of Taft, in splendid shape. We insure life
year produceda your and loan
Mr. Bowman is you
bushel of nuts. said to have a gar-
on real estate at 6
den almost equal to that of Mr. Tomkins money per cent
A few hills of -
cotton
planted last interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
year also did well.Strawberries -a just claim, undoubtedly, Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
judging from the
amount of
set out last produce
have yielded immense. They September be-- that the former has been selling out 3-25-d&wtf & Snowden f
+ gan ripening in by wagon loads and including most
February and
are
SEED
still blossoming and bearing. everything from strawberries, ard SEED! SEED!
Irish potatoes to buttermilk and Garden and field seed. DeLaney! &
Blackberry bushes
two
rows of
Abernethy
about 100 feet sauer kraut druggists. 3-13-U
length composerd of
wild and tame varieties have made a Many other gardeners and gar- Write F. F. Dutton Furniture of Characterat
vigorous growth of wood and dens might be mentioned in this connection Sanford, Fla..,
are for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m
but lack of
loaded with berries, though owing to .space forbids.
the long prevailing drouth the ber- SYDIA J. RYALL Don't wait for every one in town to _

ries are rather below the average Taft, Fla. have Entrican, the painter, before Popular Prices........
in size you try. Am too busy to look yoc
Water melon vines are the finest Buy year garden seed from DeLaney up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
ever seen, ditto Irish potatoes, show- & Abernethy. Just received a Job. 1-20-tl
y ing tubers of large size and vines big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ; :
still fresh and growing. 'Sweet corn First class Brazing a specialty al

of different plantings, some almost Try the Sentinel Job Department. Warman's 12-5-tt. Repair Shop o. Court St. IIIIIIMIMMMlIMOMMIMIIIIIMIMttMMIMttMMMIIMIH
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shield mounting at the rear of the cowl.

The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the
;
beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders. .

Such construction is made possible through the use of our .

one-piece pressed steel body.

Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visibk, ">vi-

1 dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechan-

ical construction.
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING GAR
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 beautyand

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast in value for the money. .
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or.gray body, black running gear, left-hand

inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with

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

gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.
ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
See the "Oakland" before
Ask for
buying. demonstration.Write .
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue.J. .

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON.Oakland Distributors B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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COS\\'A Y ITEMS j tips FROM'TEXAS All that some people want it a 11111"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"I"I"'lllllj
BIG BARGAIN INORANGE ,
hearing. Give them that and you Ij

Conway, Fla., May 18.Ir. A. J. Even a hungry person has a rightto can't get a word in edgewise.If GROVETen !
Barber is seriously ill at the Hull ently brush off the hungry fleas. friction really caused all the THE MARKET

home near Orlando. The heavy penalties of extrava- heat then there is apparently to good
News was received by Mr. Miles gance must be paid over and over
reason why some families should: : rot
Simmons of the sudden death of his again. be able to cook without gas.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIII.IIOC.I.. Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
brother, who was killed at his home in acres on beautiful lake
Cloud Saturday evening by a
St. on
I two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
stroke of lightning. He and his .

mother and son Robert left at once I court house in the fastest growing FISH AND GAME

for the scene of the accident. Thisis i section of Orange County,
the second death in the family in Beck & Paynes I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the past few months. j Seven hundred orange and grapefruit :

Mr. Martin Akers has moved to I trees. Five hundred in.: Everythingscreened away, from the flies, and kept freab
summ'er. He is tak- pure.'J
Orlando for the and
full. bearing. This grove is a
,ing treatment from Dr. Buckmaster.Mr. Cash Grocery
Hodges is fixing up his home big paying proposition. Owner : We invite inspection and'guarantee satisfaction. !have

and will soon be in comfortable quar- is getting old and must sell. ': everything in the Meat Line.

ters.There Present trees indicate
on :
talk and considerable crop
was some
excitement caused about sellingthe STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES two thousand boxes. Price only :. The PARLOR MARKET
have
Baptist church. It seems to $6,500. Cash 1000. Balance on :
resulted in some good, as the mem-
bers have pledged themselves to paint terms. : H. M. Self & Co.

and otherwise improve the buildingand I .

hold revival services.Mr. Nice new stock. White'Rose Cooper & Atha ;: PINE STREET l\
Irvin Garrett and son are here
visiting at the home of his parents, brand Canned goods, Fox River But- !: Phone No. 80
I 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor
:Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Garrett. He :

is making a farewell visit to his ter, "Pride": the highest grade butter- Phone No. 311 II I iMMiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiimiiHiiiiiiimtiiiiiiHHI90IIIIIM "
Bolton who is
grandmother, Mrs. : -
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preparing ine. Call and get our cash prices.
Virginia. She will be accompaniedby I I4IIIFIIIIINIH M .'
her daughter, Mrs. Garrett. Not-

withstanding, Mrs. Bolton her age makes, eightynineyears beautiful 11 West Robinson Avenue .m :4ltbipCCfiif Ii 01 I WI I 1T Olt .:mmmmmmm8: ::

lace and quilt pieces and takes grcit .I..Jt. .
pride in her work. .111..11..11. .
and Mrs. Garrett have
Mr. pur- 11111111111111111"'II' )III'II"'IIII"IIIII"9
chased an organ for their home.

Miss Bessie Spurgeon was the hap- Make Cooking a PleasureWITH j

py recipient of a piano as a present

from friend. of the family. Fre3oo
ti ti
t Mr. George Hart, from Titusville, is \ DAILY BETWEEN
1 A
visiting at the Spurgeon home. BUFFALO
Mr. W. J. Conoly is having a pieceof '
land cleared to be set out to grapefruit > LEVELAND
G.AS RA.t'TGEClean :

The Porter boys are setting out all

their land in grapefruit and orange

trees. These young men are to be .- Economical Convenient \ [ \
highly commended for their industryand THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

ambition, but most of all for the Length 500 fees breadth 98 feet inehn;510 staterooms aad parlors accommodating 1500 panen*
love and devotion they have shownto crn. Cream in coat-larger u all proportion-richer in all ifpmntmrnli.-lhaa soy ateamer oaulaoJ
Waters of the world la aemce Jane 11.
their mother. Magnificent Steamm"SEEANDBEE,""City of Erie"and"Cty of Buffalo"
Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar lit to Dec.1st Orlando Water & Light Company | j
NAVAL STORES'CASE IN COURT 3 LeaveBoftalo 900P.M. Leave Cleveland 900P.M.
1 Arrive Uevelaad 7JO A.M. Arrive B.&Io 7JOA.M. < .
(Eulera SUndmrd Time)
> Gas Department
t Savannah, Ga., May 18.Before Coo.eetiooeaa. far PBt4n-BT.Toledo,Detroit and all point T el&aadSoathwwt.1Wlroad
tt V eu radish bat_R-ff.t.mmA Cndaadd for truufOTlMliom ox oar atcamen.JUk .
the United States district court todaya your ticket agent far tpkata via Co&:Do Li e. Trice aa foe hamUomii jUnatrated booklet fete.
plea in abatement was filed and THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, O. I"IIIIIIII"II rllll.lllllllal.IIIIO III .IIIIIIIIUllllU 111U. a
.argued by Judge S. B. Adams, counsel 'I"I'O'.II"lllllelll'O I'III"II'I".I"111111111..I.t...

for the defense, in the case againstE .
S. Nash, et al, known as the fam-

ous "American Naval Stores com- To the West and NorthwestVIA fllllllllMltlilltllliltlMMIIIIMtiiMMMt9MMillMtllttliniiltl lll'>fffl
pany case.". Judge W. I. Grubb, of

Birmingham, is presiding.In .
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the plea it is contended by the .

defense that the action of the supreme DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
court of the United States insetting W. M. SLEMONS

t aside the case intended that SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
it should never come up again. The
:1 made that the I ___ n___
a further contention is

jury returning a verdict of guilty I Dixit Dixie
against the four defendants, individ- Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC, LIMITED New Goods Arriving Daily
T Orlando, A. C. L......12:31 am S:13 pm I v Orlando ........................ 3.19pm, ;
ually, who comprised the American r Jacksonville. A. C. L,... ':45 am '7:30 I'm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pmT I
Naval Stores company, eliminated the Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm Jacksonville, A. C. L ........... 8:15pan II II I
T Waycross. A. C. L.....11:50am 10.25pmr T \\ajcroes. A. C. L .............10: 0pm I
American Naval Stores company. The Macon. G. S. &: F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. S:46 am I
point is made that these men com- I r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8.03pm 7 35 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. '7:'.%all]I a>
r Knoxville, L & N ............12:19 pn II I .
posed the company and that in elim- r Chattanooga W. &: A..1Z:11 am 11:55am r Corbin. L, t N. ................ 3:16pm
r Nashville N. C. &: St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L & N. .............. 9:00pa: ( .
the individuals
inating the company r Indianapolis Pa. L ............ 1:50 an
should also be eliminated and that to ArSt. Louis LC.4L4N. 2:50 pm 7.20am Ar Lexington. L.V &: N. ............ 6:50 pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
again place them on trial would be '.Ar. Hopkinsville L, &: N........... 6.27pm Ar Cincmanti, L & N- ............. 8.50pn:
contrary to law they have formerly Ar Evansville L & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. &: L ..........12:20pm: made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
as Ar Terre Haute C. &: E. L. ll pm 1:01&JQ r Grand Rapids, G. R. &: L ....... %:.&5 pmrC1 '
been in jeopardy under the same Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6:50 pm 6.50am Veland-iig Four ............. 7:15an: Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Tower.
,indictment, -- --
DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. '
Solid train. composed of section drawing
The report comes from Pierson that loom sleeping cars observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
drawing-room Pullman
engines are heard nowadays pumping art and dining car, between Jacksonville and sleeping car and coaches. *
Chicago and section dnwing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
water for groves, gardens, greenhouses between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;;
etc, as such are sufferingfor DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
want cf rain. Some of the or- Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment observation sleepers and electhe Jacksonville and Grand
ange trees are said to be looking ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Rapids on Mondaysand W. M. SLEMONURANGE
Thursdays of
lass coaches and each week. Dining cai
smoking car. Dining ear
pretty bad and much of the once big erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati f
estimated crop of fruit. has fallen :
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off. TICKETS. 1TLLMAN RESERVATIONS AM INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
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Attention' Uniform Courtesy Many Senators Favor This Method of

Q Details J; fAll Settling the Dispute Over
the Subject
i

Washington, :May 19.-With the .. .
J canal tolls exemption controversy ':: : /> ::>:;} :::} :,':. v?

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO nearing a vote, sentiment in the sen-
r ate is growing in favor of an effortto

substitute for the pending bill a .. .il
.
,1
resolution which would provide for "1'
the submission of the dispute between : .1. :1' ,
THE PANAMA CANAL WAS DUG BY ? i: : .. .... 1;: : :
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the; United States and Great Britain : l!! '
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PLAN .to an international tribunal. Although I ......
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: senators who have discussed cd- i
Every achievement worth while
was this proposal are not sure it will win,
planned in advance-every step to completion they claim many of their colleaguesare THAT FLAG

was carefully thought out. willing to adopt this course.It 1

That is why many individuals in this com is said that Senator O'Gorman, : ;; stands for the protection of life

munity have been able to build up substantial ; leader of the forces fighting repeal, -
will not consent to arbitration and Allh1I and property of American Citizens
bank accounts. Saving is not acci-
money an
the proposal undoubtedly will meet 1111111 everywhere !
dent.
with vigorous opposition among sen-
y There should be a plan-the plan should ators on both sides of the issue. It and

be followed carefully-do not give up-be was pointed out, however, that before the same Government protects
y the house passed the repeal bill President -
persistent. 1 IIIffl their finances when entrusted
Wilson was willing that the : to
Always let the first step in your plan to -
question should be settled by arbi- 11111 to this "National" Bank
save money be the' starting of your Savings tration. which is

Account with this bank. During the day three senators, two : under Government supervision :i :
.
Republicans and one Democrat, added : ': .

their voices to those who see in arbi- ';.. ... .. .
tration the best way out of the diffi-

culty. Senator Southerland made a .;..,.... ... ....;. ..;.. ....
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vigorous speech on the exemption repeal ,:..." .......'..:
bill, asserting that arbitration .. .
was the only way to settle the dis .. /T. rh: ; }
I pute. Senator Williams announced ;
4IIMIMmimiMHilMMMtMIIMMMHimiiimiWe .j that he would gladly vote for arbitra-

d tion and Senator Works agreed that

; Will Put the Reinsof this plan was desirable. A resolution
: providing for submission to arbitration -

Success in Your Norris.has been introduced by Senator o ,' J. StJ&l flt. 01


On the Republican side today it de

Hands veloped that Senators Root and .. .. .. .
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Lodge, as well as others who are ."
prominent in the fight for repeal,
R How? By furnishing you with would favor arbitration.A -- -- ....
two-thirds vote of the senate llllallllllllllllllllllllttilelllltlll.1111111111111111111 '" 01111"1111111111
a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative 11111111111111111111111111.+11111010111111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III'
would be required to pass an arbitration IMMieilMMI IHitMHISMtmtMllillMIMmtmilMtHMttfteMCHtMIMCtHtaitMIIHim

call on you. He will give you a resolution. Those opposed to the *
idea pointed out that arbitration
formula that will make and mature would mean a long delay and that i in IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111111 1

the meantime the canal would be
your fruit opened and operated and many complications -

would arise, no mattervhat IN
fl GRAND THEATER
I I the'decision of the court might be.
No effort apparently has been madeon
the Democratic side to sound out
T ut rn r Fertilizer r Co1r senators on the plan.

Democratic leaders who expecteda COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN i
vote the bill
on repeal next Monday
r | ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA1IIIIIIIIIIIIItIJIOI'O'IIIIIIIIIIIQIIIII..IIIIIIIIII discovered today that the chance for 11111111,1..11111111,11,1111811111111111111,11,111111IIIII IIIIIIe
this hope being realized was growing
r slim. Senator Jones gave notice today
HIIMItMiMIMIMMUMMMilltiillllllMiimtMCOW of his intention to speak on the TODAY

repeal bill on that day and it was understood -

: : that other senators might "In the Gamblers Web reel Lubin drama
: PEAS : not decide to speak before Monday. a two ;

:, In the house today, Representative : ot} love and hatred in the gambling world.
Henry, of Texas, explained the attitude i-
: of Secretary Bryan on the free "
-- "The Second Generation Pathe drama of
: tolls plank of the Baltimore platform. a unusual -

c We have limited of IRON : merit"Hiram's
I. a supply AND BRAB- I WILLISTON SHIPPING TRUCK BY .

: HAM COW PEAS in stock. Wr..e for quotations, nam THE CAR LOAD Hotel Kalem that is '
a comedy one long
Williston, Fla., May .-Although ;
I: ing quantity desired. Price. sure right. the weather has been extremely dry smile-

for the past week, many heavy shipments .
We
carry constantly a full line of crate material of
a have been made of cukes, beans. "
,: all kinds. : and Irish potatoes, making a total'of "Beauty, The Educated Horse. Educational and in- i

: 100 cars so far, and several will
I: Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers : out today and tomorrow. These products go- | ||| teresting.

I etc. Phones 181191. have brought fairly.g3xl prices, ,
the total value having been Raced at -- --

; : 3T.' IF. Dutton $84,000 A most net.refreshing rain fell Wednesday : :! ; CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.I .

III afternoon, and was a wonderful
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SANFORD help to crops in the field, and gave .
: 5-15-tf. FLORIDA : courage to the planters and imbued I ;! George Schmidt Baritone and character. All this Week. '
; ;
: all with optimism, and predictions are One Clever Entertainer
: : that extra heavy yields will be reported I
4HIMIIMMIMMtBimtMi MMIMMIMMMMf? in the next few days. 1111..11.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111,111,11,111*
The solemn stillness of the night I .IHMIMMilllllMMIMIitMlltlHMMI'MMMMMMIMIMMM 111111111111111111111 111111111'I I" .

.1111111111111111111.11111111111111111111111111111111, has been hugely enlivened for the
past week by the noise of the irrigation -
Stock I plants, which could be heard in GRADUATING CLASS ISSUES INVITATIONS MIIMIillHHHilllMMMIIMIMMMMHimilMIIM'
Reducing Sale From ,
4 every direction, and the exhaust of TO EXERCISESThe


Tuesday TOWednesday, May 12th the like will Tomatoes engines Christmas begin moving,was eggplants bells to in the to car the and farmer's lots tots.peppers next ear I I ''engraved high graduating school invitations has class issued to of handsomely the the Orlando commencement L Sprillg! all n SllfflfflellH r rOur


20th week, followed by cantaloupes and exercises to be held at the f
May watermelons, of which there is a large Lucerne theater the evening of Tues- I new line for the Spring
acreage. Many more acres of green day, May 26, and the class exercises
Best Values and Summer of 1914 is
at Lowest Prices beans are just about ready for pick- to be held at the school auditorium j season
and 1 now complete. Never in the his-
ing prospects are bright for ex- Monday evening, May 25. Rev. Dr.
HAULM ceptionally good prices. E. T. Poulson, of the Baptist church, tory of our business have we
& DUNN will deliver the commencement ser- I been able to show such a line of

WEST PALM BEACH REJECTS mon Monday, May 24, at the Lucerne new and timely goods for 'Eas

1 Agents for Barclay Corsets COMMISSION GOVERNMENTWest theater, and Judge John M. Cheney I ter selling. Our line of Dress
Palm Beach, Fla., May 19. will deliver the commencement ad- Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli-
McCall's Patterns By a vote of 156 to 196, citizens of dress Tuesday evening.AT I nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
.
West Palm Beach defeated the ordi- notions is complete-the stylesare
nance to establish commission form I varied enough to suit
THE GRANDMr.
MMUltfr of government at the special election I the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with .
held here Saturday. Six of the votes idea of To accommodate the
.
George Schmidt, "the versatile every purchaser's economy.
Six prominent cast were thrown out as spoiled. baritone," is pleasing large audiences sell goods from
wealthy men, worthat i to beautify I Easter trade we are going to our new
the grounds. It will be As is indicated by the number of daily at the Grand. Mr. Schmidt's
least $25,000,000 all together, have the the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent.
most beautiful ballads rendered in mellow baritone
spot in this secrotes; cast, the measure aroused are a
bought Stone mountain, containing tion, as Stone mountain greatinterest that holds his audiences spell- I :heaper than the regular prices.
about seventy acres on beautiful Lake on the shores of Lake stands right I in the city. It is charged I round from his first note until the I We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
Harris. They will build a handsome bluff Harris, on a that seventy-eight negroes were registered very end of the song. His comedy you our line if lOU will call on us.
modern clubhouse and six some fifty feet high. These to help down the ordinance, songs and imitations of well known
modern men are all prominent in their \merican comedians are simply irre
residences. secand that these negroes will not bUn e
They will put in water- tions.Leesburg Note in sistible. Last night he was encored
works and an electric light plant and ion. Times- voting at the primary election i in again and again, long after his allotted -
build a wide, hard-surfaced June. time had passed, on his imitation
road,
leading. out. to the main thoroughfare. Tomatoes, squash and cucu tubers Feeling election over day,the and situation the contest ran highon was will sing of Bert"Bartiett's Williams.Dream"Tonight and follow he H.. u m New YorK Bargain StOl e
will
They not
spare any means are now being shipped from I : it b v a Yidch'sh comedy song
Candler'.
a bitter one on the whole. ..'d "I Want to Dance. i HMMIMMttlMIIIIIIMHIMIHIIHMMMItllMlllltr


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