The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00016
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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









City Tax Collctor Boone Will Receive DIOUS FIGHT RECENTLYPRE1ENIISONIWDMl Orlando Selected for Site Because of

INDICTMf NTS VOTED AGAINST FOUR Taxes Today Before Closing Its Central Location and WOULD NOT N I TALK WHEN ij QUESTIONED[

i Delinquent List SlBITH'S RfPORT I IS EXPECTED: [ ) SOON Other Advantages

One last chance will be allowed the ,
delinquent tax payer to make good LAWYERS FOR CONDEMNEDMAN THAT MEXICAN INSULTS SHALL other advantages for manufacturingand
with the city tax collector before the EXPECT TO HAVE FINDINGS BE AMPLY ACKNOWLEDGED distributing the product a factoryfor
.. INFLUENCE MEMBERS delinquent list is turned over to the THOUGHT DANGEROUS
p OF FAMOUS DETECT BY MEXICAN GOVERNMENT making packing house machinerywill
city attorney. That chance will last be located in Orlando.
Washington, April 17.-(Special.) for today only. Messrs. A. R. Stevens & Bro. will New York, April 17. shot was
-Remarkable revelations regardingthe City Tax Collector C. A. Boone is BEFORE APRIL 22 IN RETURN
be the proprietors in the new enter- fired at Mayor John Purroy Mitchel

squandering of $10,000 belongingto making up the list of delinquents prise. Some time ago fir Stevens just outside the city hall this after-

stockholders of the New Haven before turning it over to City Attorney Atlanta, Ga., April 17.-The execution Washington, April 17.-Huerta has visited Orlando on a prospecting trip noon. The bullet went wide but

railroad were brought to light, today Louis C. Massey. After the list I of Leo M. Frank for the murderpf parleyed again. He demands that his and interested the Orlando Board of : struck Corporation Counsel Frank

by the special investigators of the interstate goes to the oity attorney the delin- Mary Phagan, which had been set salute to the United States fag shall Trade in his "business. The board 3oVf who accompanied him, in the

commerce commission.This quent trill have to pay five per cent. for noon today, will at least be delayed I be returned simultaneously. This encouraged the enterprise, and ap- I jaw

money is supposed to have attorney's fees in addition to the six II many months by the action of President Wilson is practically certain pointed a committee which did con- Mayor Mitchel, Police Commissioner

i been spent promiscuously in the state per cent. penalty for his delinquencyThis attorneys yesterday, in the opinionof not to accept. siderable work in the way of givingit Arthur Wood and Frank Polk had

of Connecticut for illegitimate pur- runs the penalty up to eleven legal authorities here. It was I Secretary Bryan following a cabinet a start. The enterprise had the endorsement I I left the mayor's offices for luncheon.
poses.A per cent., and while six per cent. i is pointed out today that a tedious pro- .
meeting instructed Charge of Mr. L Z. Jones, general I The three crossed the plaza toward
false the books of the bad it must be admitted that eleven of which includea I .
entry on cess litigation may
O'Shau hnessy finally to inform manager of the Citrus Exchange.Mr. Park Row where stood the mayor'sautomobile
New Haven simply shows that the per cent. is worse. decisoin by the supreme court of: Huerta that the United States will Jones said at the time that it was i driven by Detective

money was spent for "educational: On Monday Mr. Boone will begin I the United States, will now be necessary -I accept nothing less than a salute of highly desirable that some concernin George Neun.
r purposes." I writing up the delinquent list, and before the last recourse to save .
twenty-one guns, and that the American Florida, located at a central point, The mayor got in first,. Mr. Polk
One of the highest officials of the after this is done there will be no the convicted '
I factory superintendent'slife '
ships will reply after the salute should enter the manufacture of modern I and Commissioner Woods following.As .
commissoin today said that the money; chance to pay except to the city at has been exhausted.It 'I'
has been fired. packing house It
equipment. wasa the sat down Rose dodged
may have been spent"for "educationa. 1 torney. In addition to the penalties I was generally expected that of i This latest hitch at the eleventh real need, he said, that would be through mayor the crowd on Park Row and
purposes"-"that is. he added, "ed prescribed the entry will always appear ,
the motions filed Frank's attorneys
two by liberally patronized.A .
hour when officials here expected the walking up to a point opposite the
state how I the abstract of the ,!!
ucating legislators to vot on property !
: in superior court yesterday, situation was as good as closed, was large number of packing houses chauffeur took quick aim at Mr.
when certain railroad interests were making another link in the chain of
: that asking a new trial on ground o:f disclosed in dispatches from Charge will be built during the summer, and Mitchel and fired.
at stake. the title which also calls for addi
newly discovered evidence would be O'Shaughnessy at Mexcio City. President in addition to this immediate demand At the crack of the revolver Neun
The attention of the entire commis-. tional cost. It is so much better to
first pressed for action. If, after arguments Wilson discussed it with for the of such
the products
a factory from the the shoul-
sion while has the chance thatit leaped car upon
today was directed to the devel pay up one.
this i is
22 motion
on April cabinet. Administration officials said the need for in
new parts the older ders of the assailant and bore him to
is will avail themselvesof
in the New Haven Iii likely
opments case. many .
denied will be taker
appeal probably
understood that the grand jury o tf the last chance-today. privately Huerta's counter proposition packing houses amounts to a volumeof the sidewalk. This prevented him
to the supreme court of Georgia, would not be accepted.The trade of itself. from shooting a second time.
the District cf Columbia
supreme which has
already affirmed the lower
court has voted true bills of indict development confirmed fearsof The contractors, Hanner Bros., have While the detective and Rose were

d ments against Hemingway, Moore lANO 'S PROPOSED P PUBLIC court in submitted denying a evidence.In new trial. on previously officials who have expected Huer been engaged to erect the building for struggling, Mr. Polk staggered hackbut

house, Field and Whipple, four of the i ta would equivocate again. Any intention the new factory, which is to be located was saved from falling by the
New Haven and Billard company officials BUIlDING AROUSES U [S INTRST[ [ the event that a new trial i is of recalling any ships of the on the Coast Line railroad near mayor. .

who last Friday refused to answer again denied by the highest tribunalof fleet now bound to Tampico was abandoned the plumbing establishment of the Blood was spurting from his mouth

questions before the commission the state, it is believed the motio and those close to the administration Jos. Raehn company. The building ito s and he was half carried to the base-

The grand jury has not yet formally Likely That Opinion Will CongealInto filed yesterday for annulment of the expected to see President be a two-story brick structure.Mr. ment of the city hall, where policemen -
conviction, will, if necessary be carried Wilson's demand for
an unqualified attended him with first aid
returned indictments. Demand for Civic Centerof A. R. Stevens has arrived, and
to the supreme court at Wash apology backed terial.
has leased a residence at 401 Lake
August ProportionsThe
npton. This motion alleges that, i n The text of Charge O'Shauphnes- Other policemen hurried and
street. The factory will likely be i in up
RUMORED[D THAT B BRYAN I IS 10 violation of the constitution of the I sy's dispatches was not made public 'operation in the course of a few the struggling detective to hold
movement started at the last United States, Judge L. S. Roan, who but it became known that Huerta's weeks. The character of the machin Rose. They took the would-be assassin

hAVE Y[ THE[ WilSON CABINET meeting of the Orlando Board of presided at Frank's trial, advised latest proposal was that as his guns ery needed for making the products s into the city hall basement where
Trade for a public building, to be at counsel for the defendant not to al. fired their salute to the stars and he was questioned.
proposed is said to be simple and inexpensive
r once an official home for the town low the prisoner to be present i n stripes as an apology for continued and will not require much- Mayor Mitchel came in and stood
government and various civic bodies, court when the verdict was returnedhis affronts to the United Sates that the I the
Is to Become Director of the Carnegie : I time to be procured and set The by, prisoner. Rose was trembling
has aroused such interest that it acion, the motion states, was cannon of the American fleet should up. with fright and his hands shook.
I'eace Fund at a Salaryof factory will employ a force of abou
seems probable it will gather force founded on fears that physical violence reply to the Mexican salute, gun for twenty-five hands. "Why did you shoot at me?" the
$25,000 sufficient to become recognized as a would result to Frank should mayor asked him.

demand for a civic center.It he be acquitted. gun.Officials here were ready to ac Rose only mumbled."I .

Washington, April 17.-(Special.) is being cited that a similar I Attorneys for Frank were quote: knowledge Huerta's salute of twenty won't say anything," he shouted,
-There was a rumor through the movement was started in Ocala recently today as saying that the report of one guns after it had been finished, [ 0 f but finally said his name was Solo-

capitol today that Secretary Bryan is with the result that plans have William J. Burns who investigated with a return salute as is prescribe I MALARIA THAN OTNERSTAlS schen. When his clothing was removed

I to resign within a month and that been drawn for a commodious and 1 murder at the instance of the in naval custom and precedent. That I. however, it was found that his

l Secretary of the Interior Lane will ornate building which will house all prisoner's friends, probably would be would merely be acknowledging an. collar and trousers both bore the

succeed him. Mr. Bryan, it was said, the city departments, including the placed in their hands before the hearing amende honorable, they say. But to name "David Rose." He was poorly
Healthuthorities Gather Statistics
is to become director general of the fire station and Carnegie library, with on April 22. return Huerta's salute gun for gun- dressed and said he had no home.

Carnegie Peace Foundation at a sal provision in front for a beautiful they pointed out, would make the That Show Interesting Status of The questioning still was in progress -

ary of $25,000 a year and a retire lawn where the landscape gardeners WHITE HOUSE WEDDING TO apology valueless. Once Fearful Malady when Mr. Polk was removed to

ment pension. will have fair Officials described Huerta's latest the New York
a opportunity to expmnlifv TAKE PLACE MAY 7 hospital.. His face."

__ncn_.. their_n___ art.___ move as an act to preserve his own Only one case of malaria fever in chin and neck were bandaged, and

INDIAN WOMAN GAVE HER LIFE It is understood that certain local Washington, April n.-The president dignity before the Mexicans of that the South during 1913 to three duringthe blood continued to pour from his
TO SAVE DOG financiers the part of the under his mouth when he
are ready to advance and Mrs. Wilson announced today country control preceding year was the public entered the ambu

money necessary to make the build that the wedding of their youngest While President Wilson and the health ,service's report today, says a lance. A surgeon said that nearlyall
Pembroke, N. C. April 17.-An ing in Orlando large enough to meet daughter, Miss Eleanor Randolph cabinet will decide what shall be done, Washington special. his lower teeth had been knockedout

aged Cherokee (Croatan) Indian wo- all demands for many years, and Wilson and the opinion is freely expressed in of- and that the jawbone had been
Secretary McAdoo, would States included in the canvass
man gave, her life for her pet dog handsome enough to satisfy the requirements ficial circles that nothing but a complete i were pierced twice.
take place on Thursday, May 7. Alabama,Arkansas, Mississippi, Geor-
here today when in attempting to of the critical. The city apology and such a salute as In the prisoner's pockets were two
The announcement from the White South
gia, Carolina, North Carolina
warn the animal out of the way of an would become responsible for the expenditure the United States demands, would be or thee letters and a newspaper clip-
House giving the date of the wedding, and Florida. Statistics were obtainedby
oncoming Atlantic Coast Line express probably issuing interest also said: accepted now. ping Hating to the Goethals police
the service
through cards
train, she was struck and killed. The bearing certificates to be retired dur- While Secretary Bryan when he post bitts. (\'e of the letters was a brief
"In accordance with the wishes of sent out to physicians of these states.
dog was saved. ing term of took the latest before the in
a years. Miss Wilson and Mr. McAdoo the dispatches Totals for various states follow: one, a., envelope stamped and ad-
From a civic point of view this president said the situation was "en- dressed toMayor Armstrong, Pitts-
wedding will be small the
3 BASEBALL RESULTS movement is one of the most important vice-president and very Mrs. Marshall, only the couraging but not finished," and Alabama, May to November, 12,000 burg, Pa. It was dated April 14 and

5 to be advanced in some time, and White House officials said the details cases; Arkansas, August to November read:
cabinet and the immediate
National League the city commissioners are pleased the two families remained in dispute did not affect the 18-500; South Carolina, Augustto "Armstrong: You have done your
to be
Philadelphia 3, New York 1. that it has met with such a hearty ent. pres "heart of the matter," it developedthat November, 12,000; Florida, same part and you soon will pay.V e will

Brooklyn 5, Boston 0. response.All Huerta's counter proposition fora period, 9,000; Georgia, August to October do our part and you will see what

Cincinnati 5, Chicago 6. of the commissioners are i in simultaneous salute was regardedas 9,190; and Mississippi, for a part it will be."

St. Louis 0. Pittsburg 2. favor of the plan, but being financially FLORIDA UNDERWRITERS IN another play for time which prob- full year, 62,000. The report shows The letter was unsigned.A .

American League handicapped in view of the recent SESSION AT OCALA ably would not be countenanced. that out of 91,000 cases, 27,000 occurred long rambling letter on the gen

New York 4, Philadelphia 0. bond issues for sewer system and All the latest dispatches were laid in children under 15. The disease eral'subject of Mayor Mitchel's record -

Detroit 1, St. Louis 2. paved streets they have been prudent Ocala, Fla., April .-With President before the cabinet. Practically all is preventable and can 'be controlled on the police question, began:

Chicago 6, Cleveland 5. in not agitating the question of a Monroe presiding, the regular' the members of the official family if not eliminated, the health "Mitchel: You never lost some of

'+ Boston Washington 1. new city building.The meeting of the Florida Association of were said to be agreed that there service report declares, "when a com- your old tricks and you never will."

Federal League introduction of the other features Underwriters was convened here yesterday should be no further temporizing. munity desires to carry out intelligent ,-

Baltimore 3, Buffalo 4. which grew primarily from the afternoon. The visiting members When the cabinet meeting ad- ,,prophylactic measures based on THE WEATHER ..

Kansas City 4, Chicago 3. need for tourist headquarters, seemsto spent most of the day acceptingthe journed Secretary Bryan still de- the principle that anopheles mosquitois

X St. Louis 5, Indianapolis 4. have opened the way for a solutionof hospitality extended them by the scribed the negotiations as "encour only a transmitting agent of malaria I Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun

Pittsburg-Brooklyn; wet grounds. the problem. By bringing together citizens of Ocala and in conductingthe aging, but not final." from man to man." day, except probably showers and

Southern LeapeMemphis the various needs for a public usual opening formalities.This "I have received one message from cooler Sunday in northwest portion.
10, Chattanooga 3. I pithering place' the thing which was i morning the visitors were Charge O'Shaughnessy and have sent O'Shaughnesy was advissd that the

p Atlanta 2. Nashville 1. I seemingly impossible for either the taken for an automobile ride to 'Silver one in reply," he said. United States would insist upon its Commerce handled over the termi-

Mobile 7, Birmingham 4. I city or the Board of Trade or the Springs and for a ride down the picturesque Secretary Bryan left the cabinet demand. nals of Tampa's port last week was

New Orleans 4, Montgomery 3. Civic League to accomplish alone has Ocklawaha river. while it still was in session to send Officials expressed the view that estimated to be worth more than

South Atlantic League I II J become apparently easy of realiza- The regular business session will some dispatches. He was silent as to : Huerta has been listening to "bad ad $70,000. .

;. r Albany 5,. Macon 3. I' tion. That some such building will be conducted this afternoon and tonight their nature, but it was understood'' vice" during the last twelve hours

Jacksonville 13, Columbus 1. | be constructed before the opening o:f a banquet will be held in Har- that the word had gone back to Huerta and after he promised Mr. O'Shaugh- Latest music, latest books, fine sta-

Augusta Savannah 1. another season may be classed among rington Hall in honor of the membersof that a simultaneous salute would nessy yesterday that he would give tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post-

Columbia 1, Charleston 0. the certainties. the association. not be accepted and that Charge the apology. office. Come and see us.

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KILL THE MQSaUITO THE POWER OF POINT," a two reel Pathe feature j

1 SWAT THE FLY t | An intense drama ol today.

Lubin HIS FXClllEMY drama.
(1) Mosquitoes Flies Gnats, Moths, Rnats, Flies, Mosquitoes. presents" a

(2)) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnatts, Flies, Mosquitoes. "
3 WHAT CAME TO BAR Q, An Essany western drama ji
(3) Mosquitoes,. Flies, Gnats, Moths Roaches, Rats, Mice and Ants. r
: : featuring Lillian Christie
(4) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnats, Flies and Mosquitoes.

r Read This I Music by "That" Orchestra !


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Motholine Keeps Moths away, 2 boxes for . . . . . . . .25c. Night 7 to 10

Moth Balls, drives Moths away, 3 lbs. for:: . . . . . . . 25c.

Dikes Roach Powder exterminates Roaches, Price . . . . . .25c. i Children 5c Adults lOc :

; South American Ant Exterminator, drives ants away, price . . . 25c.

Hoepers fatal food destroys Roaches, Price ,. . . . . . . 25c.. I I Monday-"The Adventures of Kathlyn."

Peterman's Discovery kills Roaches, Price . . . ... . . .*. 15c. t
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k business only on the basis of superior goods of others have done. We ask for your ; i4 f Is it Citrus land of Quality? ''

no risk in testing us, for your money will be refunded without question. should anything The picture will tell the story, '

unsatisfactory. L -
prove "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.


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Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA 40 Acres under fence, 200 good or

= WRIGHT ange trees, two story house, barn,
:. tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"'I"'II'I'I'111 RF 111Y & urn co.s best of water, three lakes. Snap
'- A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX bargain sale.

1 .' To set the people's mind right in

t regard to what we intend to do as : THE PALMS AUTO CO '.
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" to our exhibit at the Panama Pacific --
: ., exposition, in the first place the his- REO MOTOR CARS ff !{ >!M >lM '1'1'1"111111111111'1'1111'"
torical feature. Fort Marion, is the
oldest of its kind in this country, andit For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

will not be a crudely constructed full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Orlando Bank & Trust Co

affair and will not be looked upon as competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ,
reminder of a bloody war by any '
{ guaranteed. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
broadminded person.

: The grounds will be enclosed and!': Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando .
: in the enclosure there will be a full i RESOURCESReal
: train with Florida's exhibits, :
Pullman Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
tastily arranged, and made as attractive -\: Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14 "

\; as men of experience know how I THE PALMS AUTO CO I Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
{ make them. We have the best
to I Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
t architects in Jacksonville working on
Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
this. In regard to saving money, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.llimiiMiltlMMIHiMMIiillimilllMltMIMIM.
4 does it pay to advertise? Most people $904,906.09 1-
say so. Now what better and .
greater way can Florida advertise LIABILITIES
than before twelve to fifteen million Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78 '

c people? Think the matter over care- Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

fully and see if you can think of any Fare 3 Bills payable . . . . . . . None }
: better plan than showing her best DAILY BETWEEN '.
before the world for 288 days. My 6UFFALO Deposits .. . . . . . . 770,793.72 J

only wish is to make the biggest Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 ,
show of any other state in the

Union, and we now have our chance.1 J $904,906.09 I'

Will we take it? ,

C. K. POMEROY% Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649, 8t91
Commissioner Panama-Pacific International ..aa .
", '' Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
Exposition, 1915. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length

Center 500 feet;br_ i: pen w t larger u proportion* u appointment uj term<< oawoili.
WAGNER WaDi..ten of&he la JlSIh.Jdapif'acellt .
FOR VETERAN BALL PLAYERS ernce Dec 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
Steamer"SEEANDBEE, "Gty of Em"and"City of Buffalo"
} Omen. Neb., April 16.-If Honus Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May ht to Dec.lu Deposits April 11th, 1914..a . . . 770,793.72

; had his there would be Leave Buffalo ':00 P.M. Lean CWUnJ ':00 P.)l.
f Wagner way, Arrive teetnd 1.30 A.!L Arrive Buffalo '-- .. 7JOA.M.Euten Increase in 100 days . . .. .. 249,626.34
a home provided for indigent ball ( StuMW Tune) y

:f players-for men whose days of use- ticket GnmectionittOrelutdtar reading bctweo Bofikl Pat ToJedo.DecroitudaD mad OrreUnd ere goodfortnaiportatKWoa point VMtaodSoatLwat.oar.Railroad teamen.Ak Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. t J .f(
fulness have passed, and who are no your ticket igent foe UcLeu ra C.&B.Line. Write u for hindxana illustrated booklet free.
The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
longer able to care for themselves.: THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0.
Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
"Every active player in the game friends and customers for making such a statement posORLANDO'S -
should subscribe so much per year," sible.

said the German, "and in this man- ,
ner the home could be established. CONSERVATIVE BANK

during These a remarks talk concerning were called the demise forth Shoe Repairing iimiinffli::::::: : : :::::::::::::::::::::::: : : : :: :

of Rube Waddell, a former teammate ; ; by PARCEL POSTMen's
I of the great shortstop. "How nice it NOTICE
would have been," remarked Wag, "if
< > Half Soles, 750 to 850 | Modern 8-room ; Change of Schedule Cljde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
rj: poor Rube could have been sent to a i
; Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c Johns River SteamersUntil
4 home of the kind I have suggested House doors OPTICAL REPAIRING
I | Children's Half Soles, SOc to 7sc \ 2 ; further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician
4 and there taken care of during his this line will leave Sanford at
< i Hand Turned Soles, $l.od
last days." \ west of Wyoming ; 132 Orange Avenue
I Heels Repaired, 250i \ 11:30 o'clock a. m.

Honus insisted that ball in other players walksof are I i All work returned in 24 hours. i I Hotel..Bar- : N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Next door to People's Bank,
as provident as men J. B. CALDER
Orders without remittance
[ \ returned up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
life. C. 0. D. We pay i i gain. Fla., March 26, 1914-
1 "I am certain," he continued, "that return postage. diseases treatedTelephone .
there wouldn't be any great difficulty If you want your bicycle fixed ina ;
hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.Put DR. L H. RAMSDELL i

foot encountered to provide were a a home movement of the set kind on A. Hanson I A. L. Bentley, : Sljop. 12-5-tf. OPTOMETRIST ''ll j

referred to. Ball players are gener-: 19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, money in thy purse by adver- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. likini)
t ORLANDO FLORIDAMMiniHimiiiiiniM ; ; 10 E AMELIA AVENUE tising in the Sentinel :
ous and ever,willing to lend a helping cheapens and simplifies any real estate ,
hand." I'HMIMtMHiilliMIIMf "selling task." Y Sentinel "wants" fill your want ORLANDO, FLORIDA.r. 1

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I sible to scatter the shipments and 1) KEY WEST CLERK IS LOST disappearance is a complete mysteryin
STATE NEWS NOTESFrom good prices have peen received. Of i i SIGHT OF view of the fact that his accounts
{ : last Monday's shipment, which was and records are all in perfect order.It .
Uneeda Biscuit t four refrigerator cars of nearly 200 I is advanced that the only possible
( the Gainesville Sun) I; Key West, Fla., April 16.-No trace
crates, three cars were sold Friday I i reason for his departure is the fact
Nourishment-fine fla- morning with an average of over $9 i of him having been heard of since that he has been in ill health during
St. Petersburg Man Placed at Headof (From the Gainesville Sun) I
vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. per crate, net to the growers, and one i last Saturday, when he was seen on the past several weeks.
Union Veterans and Jacksonville The Clyde Line Steamship
sold the line docks watching the I
All car was Saturday morning at a I Mallory
Selected for Meeting donated $2,000 to the Confederate
for 5 cents, in the reunion fund. 'price that will net about $8 per bushel unloading of several steamers of that The only way to knock down on a
I crate to the growers. In. other line. friends and members of his family cash register and the only way to
St. Cloud, Fla., April 16.-Completing moisture-proof package. I
words, about $6,500 will be put in cir- are greatly concerned over the beat the count of a voting machine
its work with election of officers The exports from the port of Jack'
" culation in and around Lawtey from whereabouts of City Clerk H. K. are the same-get it out of kilter.
for the ensuing year and choosing a sonville for the first quarter of the !
last Monday's berries alone. It has I Cold. The city clerk has not been ;
meeting place for 1915, the show a total of $8,525,412. i .
\ encamp- >. .been a most prosperous. season and heard of since last Saturday and his Subscribe for the Sentinel.Sllllllg .
ment of Florida Department Grand .1 .1 I
wun me exception; 01 a sew crates
Army of the Republic, has adjourned The berry season is still on, as has I
which received in bad condition,
with its allied organizations. Lyman before been mentioned. There has 1 ....I..I..I..II..I..I..I.II. .I.IIII.I. .
i i none of the returns have been below '
Leighton, of St. Petersburg, was not been any large shipments this I
$5 per crate, net. The growers are
chosen department commander. Other season. The average daily shipmentshave looking for about two more weeks of''
officers elected ranged from two to three refrigerator Siififflel'R
are: : L
shipping:-Lawtey Note in Times- [ r rOur
Department senior vicecommander cars of 175 crates per car,. Union. ,
J. F. Bullard, St. Cloud; depart- besides a few crates by open xpress

ment junior vice-commander, M. H. and a few refrigerator boxes. The 1 a.
I Porter, Kissimmee; department chap- BMOftet Biscuit refrigerator boxes have made it pos- Read the advertisements daily. I Y a., .At. new line for the Spring

lain, John B. Westcott, St Cloud; department -- __ u -- ------- -- 0 ,..: : \. and Summer season of 1914 is

f surgeon, Dr. H. A. Murphy, Round, thin, tender- The I now complete. Never in the history -
St Petersburg. The retiring com- with a delightful flavor Last Call of of business have we
mander is Col. W. M. Stiggins, of
Zephyrhills. -appropriate forluncheon been able to show such a line of

Jacksonville was chosen for the tea and dinner. The Panama Man new and timely goods for Eas-

1915 encampment, which will be heldon 10 cents ter selling. Our line of Dress

the last Tuesday and Wednesdayof Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
March next. Ready-to-Wear goods and
The contest for officers of the de- notions is complete-the stjles

partment was spirited from start to are varied enough to suit

finish but the selection gives general the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
satisfaction. The attendance was the every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

largest at any encampment of the G. Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from

A. R. in Florida. the 1st until the 12th of Apri! 1 at 15 to 25 per cent

I cheaper than the regular prices. .
PINE CASTLE ITEMSIn GRAHAM CRACKERSA I We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i

Y. you our line if you will call on us.
the,program given Tuesday even-
food for every day.
ing Mrs. S. Frank Phillips played for i iI
Crisp tasty
her solo, "Autumn. a reverie by Neil '
Moret, and as an encore gave the strengthening. Fresh { .. K
"Flower Song," by Czibulka.: The titles baked and fresh delivered LI:3J. I u .m NeW York argain Store i.

of the pieces are given byre- zo cents. .

quest. While appreciating the praise "IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'tO'I"'IIII'lllllell". .'"
and applause received, Mrs. Phillips

begs to say that her talent was rec- ,
ognized and received favorable criti- . " .." '..

cism from musical critics many years I .

ago in her native city of Cincinnati, rI t(.
Ohio, which is world renowned as a ,
musical center. ,\.
Easter was observed by the usual .J.
program at the Union Chapel-the n + ORLANDOWater t

children receiving colored eggs at the

service. Rev. E. A. Milton, of Kis- y
simmee, was here for his regular Buy biscuit baked by +
appointment -

Sunday and nights.preached He on was Saturdayand enter- NATIONAL I I I & Light Co. j jKlectricity !

tained. L Sphaler.The at the.home of Mr. and Mrs.E. COMPANY BISCUIT ONE OF THE ARRIVALS i

Christian Workers of the
0 Union Chapel will give a strawberry Always look for that name Importers sale on genuine Panama Hats at

festival Saturday evening, April 18th,
on the grounds at the church..
Mr. Harvey A. Fuller's house, $1.95, $2.75 and. Up. .

which was moved from Taft to Pine Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Gas 'W'aterIce i
Castle, is fast getting put into shape ney big shipment& Abernethy.of fresh Just seed received 313tfMIIIMIiMMHHIIIIMIM a 134 ORANGE AVENUE NEAR CHURCH STREET.
by a squad of workmen and will be

quite an improvement to the part of
town in which it is located. Office f No. J8 West Central Ave.
The Last
Mr. E. L. Sphaler will soon buildan A Genuine Bargain Day .
addition ',to his store building.
Lumber is being hauled for it now. in Real EstateGood

REJEMBERIIf! you miss No.6'
I. SHAFTS OF SUNSHINE eight-room house, Telephone
with connected kitchen me, we both lose.
"Petticoats' says a Chicago paper, twenty acres first class landal
"have again appeared in our midst.1 cleared 315 bearing
Must be wearing them as belts? Orange Trees, in first class Mark 1vc. Sa-Tolo

!I condition, fine bloom. Land
Woman from Seattle asked for return sub-divided .
can easily be "
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into five-acre tracts, is on
her dog had died. In Seattle do wid j
road to Conway, 21.2
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of husband's demise?-Los Angeles
Herald. road on two sides, main
road will be bricked this

year. Has rural delivery, < rt
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN and shool wagon. Sold to ; THE FREE OE1C1E
While' in Chattanooga take "Dixie" close and estate. CHEAP ; I.
or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor I for cash, or very reasonable : /
Lookout Mountain, Point Park, terms will be made. I
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary I
Ridge and
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Three Solid Through Trains, Daily the clever self-threading shuttle, the unbreakable needle, and belt that can't slip, the automatic tension release, the improved -
head latch and other and sument the firs to combine with
South Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville .8:15 P. M. many marvelously simple ease See the FREE'SGuarantee.

Dixie Flyer, Lve Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M. .
Montgomery Route Express Lve. Jacksonville 8:05 P. M. The FREE is the only sewing machine that is guaranteed for life and insured for five years against accidental break-

Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, L>e. age or destruction.GET .
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All electric lighted trains with through steel draw-

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back seat coaches. .n<
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South Florida Sentinel As there has been much discussionof FLORIDA !XTUESDAY!i [ RUN FOR SUPREMECOURTIUDGE[ [ [ FOURTH

MORNING AND WEEKLY the first and second choice featureof I

JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. the new primary law, and many of i I

the attempts at explaining the meth- 'Is Anxious to Test Southern Hospitality i William II. Ellis Announces for Place

Entered, u Second at the Clare pobtoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida ] od of securing the count for the results -I I of Which He Has Been on State's Highest Bench to
of the first and second choice I
Hearing Much Succeed Judge Hocker AFTER SUPPER( Alf

1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$5.00 voting are in error, we offer the fol-I I I
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 lowing simplified solution of the prob- \
n Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.5 Washington, April 17.-Vice-Presi- Tallahassee 17.-Former At-
Daily ...... lem, which are deductions from the April
Daily 1 Month .............. .. .50
dent Marshall has better idea
law. now a torney General William H. Ellis yes-

a 1 Year ....................... 1.00 of "Southern hospitality" than he afternoon announced that he r
weekly Weekly! 6 Months ..................... .75 In a given precinct, for example, terday IS
had before. ON
suppose there should be fifty voters, ever He is to leave next would make the race for a place on SATURDAY NIGHT AT 7 PI
Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Mar- bench. In
the state supreme an-
and they should be noting for three
candidates for representative: John shall, for Florida to be the guest of nouncing his candidacy, he gave out

Copy for display and all\ other band-set Doe, Richard Roe and Henry Jones. the State Press association. Since it the following statement: Almost unnecessary to advertise this event-it

: office advertising of the must Sentinel be handed not later in at than the business 2 p. m. The ballot that they would vote wouldbe became known that he was going to "I have decided to become a candi- has already secured a following who have found itpa's

the day before publication.contract advertising This rule;appliesto it is in the following form: j the "Land of Flowers" the invitations date for justice\ of the supreme court, to be on hand bright and early at these weekend .
changes 'have come in surprising numbers
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. For Representative For For subject to the Democratic primary to merchandising events.

1st | 2nd I from those who would like to provide I be held _June next. Some of our best departments made liberal
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Vote for one: i, choice)! choice various forms of entertainment. One, "I am well known to the people of con-
writing on of
should notify the office in JOHN DOERICHARD good merchandise for this week'sendsale
otherwise it will be prominent man at Fort Myers askedto served in the officeof
Florida having
of expiration
the date ---------1------1------
continued at the regular subscription rates, 1 be to his I and we didn't take the prices that they carried, .
until notice to stop is received. HENRY JONES ...__ ______ ______ permitted give up resi- attorney general during the admin- but made our own, for the AFTER SUPPER SALE ,
Suppose that twenty-five of the dence for the exclusive use of the I istration of the late Gov. N. B. Brow- must
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914. give you goods at a lower valuation than you
electors should vote first choice fcr vice-president and Mrs. Marshall and I ard, and for several years past have can buy them under any other circumstances. '

Ohio) Advocate. Doe. and as second choice thirteen! vice-president's secretary. : represented and am now representing -
The Gainesville (
received last night, says: "We expected should vote for Roe, and the remain- The vice-president finds that he cannot i the trustees of the internal im- A slow, old-time merchant would be horrifiedat II

the usual April showers, but ing twelve for Jones; and of the remaining stay as long in Florida as he had I provement fond and board of drainage the way we put pieces on the toboggan at these
{ intended. He will leave here oil After Supper Sales.
twenty-five votes, commissioners general
not expecting this January suppose as coun-
f; we were" 'thirteen should vote first choice for Tuesday and expects to be back in sel." \ These AFTER SUPPER SALES are certainly! i
Roe, and that seven of this thirteen Washington on Monday following.This i appreciated. !

l -0-- should vote second choice for Doe, curtailment of his trip is a disappointment -1 I t If
on Mr. of
t Miami has a hot controversy Tenny reports a good piece
1. over a street railway franchise. It and the remaining six for Jones; and to many Floridians who news this week. The way he has han- it

is a cool day in Miami when there of the remaining twelve votes cast as had hoped to extend their hospitalities. dled the pre-cooling matter with the 36-Inch English Longcloth 75; Bed SpreadsFull
choice for Jones six Col. T. J. Appleyard, secretaryof 100 Pieces
t isn't a hot controversy on about first suppose railroad officials shows that he knows Only (12 yards)
should vote second choice for Doe, the State Press association, writesto fine even wean, free from size, white. Marcella-
how about
f something. just to go doing the things
o and six for Roe. Mark Thistlethwaite, the vicepresident's that are to be done.-Florida Growers' Dressing. Regular $1.50 per good weight, fine patterns. Regular

f The state treasurer says the state The inspectors of the election in secretary:* News. piece. After Supper Sale, per value $1.2fter; Supper

that this precinct would fill out the returns "We are sorry the vice-president . . . . 79COne
of Florida never repudiated sev- piece Sale . . . . .
to be certified to the county can not be with us longer. We had 79c
dollar bond issue, which wedon't NOTICEOf
en million if Piece to Customer.
There's one claim canvassing board in the following I hoped to show him a state of wonderful -
I contradict. form I possibilities and rapid growth. Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
f that was repudiated, however, and : of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida
Twenty-five electors voted 25 first I The whole state was anxious to tender Notice is hereby given that C. Fred Ward, II
j, that was the Wailes claim. of Winter Park Fla., purchaser of tax certificate
him ovation because
o choice votes for Doe; and 13 second an they are No. 2029. dated the 5th day of November
1 choice votes for Roe; and 12 second beginning to realize that he is the A. D. 1895 has filed said certificatein Then ask for a sample packet of Crowle-'s English
f Pensacola is to have a clean up day. my office and has made application for
choice votes for Jones. greatest.Democrat in the country to- tax deed to issue in accordance with law. | Needles-acknowledged to be the best needle made.
monstrous; wanted to this Said certificate embraces the following described II
day. to
Thirteen electors voted 13 first They testify
job. Shouldn't property, situated in Orange county FREE ON REQUEST SATURDAY NIGHT.
t choice votes for Roe; and 7 second by giving him a very warm welcom." Florida, to-wit: Lot 13, (};reola. The said .t:
1 the Journal's invitation for all tot land being assessed at the date of the issuance i -
if the citizens choice votes for Doe; and 6 second of such certificate in the name of W. *'
t help will make it easy choice votes for Jones. This is the last day of the Panama Phelps. "WUNDERHOSE" NOTIONS
respond. Pensacola's example might Unless said certificate shall be redeemed f
t all Florida Twelve electors voted 12 first choice Man.If according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon For women and children, in Here's something can't do

f be followed with profit by of the clean- votes for Jones; and 6 second choice Witness the 19th my day official of May signature, A. D. and 1914.seal this Black, White and Tan. Regular without. Rust proof Snaps, ,
towns. Orlando one votes for Doe; and 6 second choice your paper is not delivered the 18th day of April A. D. 191<1. $1.00 per Box. After Supper, Black and White. After Sup-

t est of Florida towns, but a general votes for Roe. promptly, don't fail to notify the office. (Seal Clerk Circuit Court,B.Orange M. ROBINSON.County, Fla. Per Box . ....... |85c per, 2 dozen for to to to to 5c
clean day would vastly improve
up The canvassing board in
tabulating I
t of -
health conditions to say' nothing --
the above returns in order to deter- MMmiMliMMIMMilMMMHtlHIIIIIIMMMIM* Children's Dresses Bungalow Aprons

f appearances. mine the nominee, finding that no can- [ In Chambray's, Ginghams
---- These should
f' didate has a majority of first choice $ i and Percales. appeal to every j
John P. Stokes is running against LATEST STYLESIN housewife. We hare the exclu-
Emmett Wilson in the votes, proceed by eliminating all the 100 Regular 63c; and 75c After sire sale of these well known

Congressman candidates except the highest and I J* Supper .. .. . garments and in order to introduce -
t third district and has challenged the
next highest in first choice votes, them more fully Sat-
for series of joint def 490 urday
a evening
congressman they are irre-
which would be Henry Jones in the
The has so fart sistably priced.
bates. congressman above:; case; and to determine the i 73c. Regular $1.2fter; Sup-
made no reply, but will probably findit nominee they would add to the first '+ Per . . . . . 73c Values Saturday Night 49c.
convenient to return to Washington Spring MillineryLaces $1.25: Values, Saturday
more busi- choice votes of Doe and Roe those 9Sc Night . . . 89c. J
and attend to the people's
second choice votes that were cast as 1.50 and $1.75; Values . /

j ness.to do, provided This is a our very congressmen laudable thing were first choice for Henry Jones. The and Dress Materials 75, Regular. . .$1.50.. .After. . Supper Saturday Night . .$1.39 ?f
! result in the above case would be 31 : $2.00 to
$2.50 Values. .
assiduous in their du-
t at all times as for Doe, and 19 for Roe, consequentlyDoe 81.19 Saturday Night . .$1.89 JOur
1 ties. would be the nominee.Of n

0 course to get the totals before'' ii MISSES: HAMILTON & DUNN Ii
t1 Frank's ittorneys:: have raised a any eliminations arc made the votes : Millinery DepartmentIs
question which will require months g
of the several precincts are totaled :
;; to be determined in condemned the courts. In for each candidate, and no elimination'is j ; : Agents for Barclay Corsets not behind in Price Reductions for Saturday
meantime the man
, made until the total vote of each evening. 50 untrimmed .
Shapes, ranging
sits in a cell contemplating death, McCall's PatternsUliUMMMMtHMUMIMMHttiftltMIMMIMOMMi
l candidate is' tabulated.-St. Lucie'
j and hoping. Dago Frank viewed his Tribune. I in price from $1.50 to $1.00 Sat 9 8

approaching execution as a relief, and : urday night . . . . . C

, spoke of it smilingly. There are some
things so much more horrible than "III II U II I & I II 11
! ; 0''
.; death that it seems under such circumstances : WE HANDLE PURE CITI : (In all Shades) RATINES-RATINES (In all Shades)

: a trivial thing.o f. ITALIAN VLU.. V L. : Saturday night will see the finish of these goods at

ft: One of the first acts of the city A trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20 j the prices we intend they shall go at-note these reductions -

: commissioners was to build a hitching II McELROY'S PHARMACY -Come-See the goods-and then you are bound to

,r rack for the use of our country i : go away satisfied with your purchase.

| visitors. That note has been copied I I; ; Full half pint35c; full quart $1.25. We handle also Pompeian brand 25c half pint. : 65c; Values at . . 39c. $1.25; Values at . . 69c. ,
f all over the state by way of showingthe ; ; $1.00 quart. : 85c; Values at ... . 49c. $1.30 Values at . . 79c.
success of the commission form $1.00 Values at . . 59c
;;. of government. No particular objec- "'fI" "MtN+k" " " " " ": I" f (

1 tion is to be found with the fact that --. Boy's Knickerbocker Suits Ladies' Shoes '
;t;. this one act of the commissioners The famous "Right Posture"make. "COUSINS" Black Vici Kid !

should meet with such widesprade ap- ., The finest kind of cloth- Oxfords on newest lasts. .All |

proval, but it is rather remarkablethat ing for that youngster of Sizes. 1 |

one of the least of the many )-ours. Our Special Value at $t.OO Saturday
Regular Prices $6, $7. $8 and -
things that have been done under the
$10.00 Saturday Night; at a dis- '
commssoin form should be given the count of 25; PER CENT Night for 3.00 I

greatest publicity

I o Are You Invited : MEN'S SILK HOSEIn
Allie Angle, of Polk county, has announced ,
as a candidate for congress ; Gray only. A quality that we emphasize as be
to a wedding, an anniversary or some social affair where
4 against Congressman Sparkman. Mr. : : ing extra good value at 50c. Saturday night 33c or three

Angle has lived in Tampa for the a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure :

past year or two, and was appointed you will be interested in'.our display of the newest and I I pairs for . . .. : . . $.100 f
, harbor master at that port by Gov-
most artistic designs inCUT
ernor Trammell. He is a young man

of exceptional popularity, and pitted e
Grocery DepartmentA
against one of the younger school of GLASS .

politics might stand some chance to I
win. Your Uncle Steve is a tough There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

proposition when it comes to defeating here that I pail on Saturday: light1E1O i t.
f him for congress, and the experience seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. for . .
,41 '
f of Herbert Philips two years We are sure you can never find anything that would !

ago should be a lesson to other as- be more acceptable.T.H.Evans.

If.' pirants.Hearst's fight on o the president will i

make the president stronger with all Dickson-Ives CO.

real Democrats and decent people.
6* a
.,: The New York World denounces I

Hearst in terms of scathing direct- I
ness when it says that Hearst has I

" changed for the better by turning his

guns on the World while taking them DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE[

off the president. The World reminds -

tl Hearst that he was largely responsible the Jeweler

for the assassination of 11 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

;I President McKinley, and adds signifi- ,

The cantly Hearst that "one papers Czolgosz are so is flagrantly enough. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE //i rlan
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unprincipled that they should haveno C _. 95d.e ran e

weight with thinking people. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
is a great pity that brains can Itl 11
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purchased for. such prostitution. -- : .i1l1l1111l11l1l1l1l81 : i- -1THE ;. 4 ,

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I : You I Must t Eat t CallifY J I.i I' -ROBINSON Open 9 a. STARKEY m. to 1 10:30, Managers'P. M.-I 0I I There today.(is a Herbert crisis in Qucbk American) affairs -

Admission 5 cents
I .iD | The women of America are so vitally -

-EVERY DAY if brain worker. aEIDd concerned in it that I despair of
you are a "
101 Bison. "The White Vacquero." .making my words strong enough to, II51
I That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con. I A 2-reel drama. Frances Ford and I carry my message. : UCl t llen's"
: Grace Cunard play the leading roles
: t eludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en The story is of the early West. and In all my life I never felt as I do I 11
is laid around a military post near today the necessity of words which
gine. the Mexican border. .The "White Vac- burn and sting and arouse. i .... II. ..
i quero" is of the "Robin Hood" typea -
? No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels gentleman bandit, who has aroused All I can say to the women of
the neighborhood by a series of bold America is this: I Ask Your Friends
t Taffies, etc. and successful robberies. Grace Cu- Your sons are in danger! Your
nard is also the author of this play.
l I FRESH EVERY DAY. lovers are in peril! There is a dam
Rex. "Jewels of Sacrifice. A splendid from
< one-reel drama, with Jessalyn Van nable conspiracy to tear them from Why they buy usthey

Trump and Pauline Bush. Writtenby you and kill them, or return them to will tell you, it is
M. De La Parelle. diseased in diseased
you crippled, body .
Price 5 cents. /

This in awful soul! peril lies in a hellish : BecauseVe
FAIR FLORIDA conspiracy to make our governmentgo

to war with Mexico.
have the have
D goods, we D
The thing back of it is greed.
r Read what the Manufacturers Rec-
1 The home oi home-made Candies the price and give you
pure ord has to say about Florida resources Great interests want Mexico con-

f! and her future: quered and annexed to the United prompt, courteous and pleasing

Orange AvenueMlllilMMIIIIIIIIIIIMIItlMMMMimiMIMMIili "Into Florida are coming thousands I States. Owners of great newspapersare service.

of people of standing and position,; also the owners of great estatesin ll
Mexico, which will be tripled in
of education and character, and manyof
I them people of means who here value the day the Stars and Stripes Come and See

find ideal conditions for living." wave over that land. Senators standup

in, the halls of congress and demand -
Dr. and Mrs. A., D. Galbraith have "Florida's climate is an asset justas
I,I departed for their summer home ,in tangible and real as Alabama'scoal intervention in Mexico because ll Allen & Co.

WADE I'Greenburg I Ind.. They have spent.several and iron." their own interests will be made more ,

THE TUNER '! sea'sons' Orlando and this "Florida has great agricultural potentialities valuable.
ORLANDO, FLA. I for diversified farming They talk of honor; but they thinkof Jewelers
,i is the most pleasant they have ever
J spent. and cattle raising, as well as for dollars.
trucking and citrus fruit industry.1"It The word is going forth to every U Prompt Repairing.
) Mrs. J. A. Dean, of Owensboro, Ky. office which be
newspaper can cor
This is the last day of the Panama is the world's best citrus fruit \
mother of Mr. J. H. Dean and Mrs.
controlled these inter
region." rupted or by Everything Guaranteed.

Man. |' W. M. Harber, of Richmond, Ky., "It is a state of great manufacturing ests in mines and oil and cattle and
Turner of Atlanta is grandmother of Mrs. J. H. Dean, are
Mr. B. M. lands to.write in such a manner as
in Orlando today on business. 1 j: visiting the family at their home on "What has been done in Los An to bring on. war. Men who hate the

Mrs. J. W. Butler, of Chattanooga, Lucerne Circle. geles and California can and should things they write are writnig themto

is a late arrival at the San Juan. !i Mr. Andrew Brooks left yesterday be done in Florida. The advantages save their jobs.
for his home at Minneapolis, Minn Unless the women of America
of this
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. McLean left state are greater than thoseof
Mr. Brooks owns about fifty acres oJ f California. rouse themselves and act, this diabol .d)
last night for Lawtey to visit rela, land out at Forest City which he ex- center of population Its nearness of the to whole the ical conspiracy may succeed. McKin- .ClO. .

tives.Mr. i ipects to set out right away with East and South and Central Westgives ley was swept into war with Spain -

J. A. Crosby and Miss May orange and grapefruit trees. it an added advantage of greatimportance. because public opinion was corrupted HMMHIIMIIIMMMH 'I ItttlllttlhllitltlltliCheese

Crosby, of San Mateo, were guests at Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Samson left yep- ." by blood lust, and the false lure OJ f ;

the San Juan yesterday. ;terday for their home at Pittsburg, helping Cuba. Cheese!

i Pa., after spending two weeks at the Forget about your housework, your
Now if be
.you are registered, sure ST. JOHNS COMMITTEE MAKES
and home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. HowardIon club work, your bridge, and your so We have received another
pay your poll tax so you can CAMPAIGN ASSESSMENTS shipmentof
i East Church street. Mr. Samson n ciety activities, and save your men
vote in the June I
primary. I|
the New York famous cheese.
I is a nephew of Mr. Howard. folk from this peril. If we intervenein cream
This paper is the offcial business St. Augustine, Fla., April 17.-
Mr. A. G. Bowsher and Mr. J. H Mexico, do not think that it will
directory of the busiest and best inland Chairman R. F. Sabate, of the county not concern
you. Good Coffee
started'yesterday for
Mooney San
city in Florida-see the ads. Democratic executive committee and
: |'''Antonio It will mean a war of many years.
Texas. Mr. Mooney will
Mr. J. P. Manning, who lives in Clerk of the Circuit Court W. Wallace It will mean the subjugation of 16,,-
be some time during which hell
Caldwell, N. J., is returning home, gone Snow have estimated the 3 percent 000,000 people. Try a pound of our bulk coffee. A good
\\; visit the famous hunting grounds
leaving yesterday on the Florida Spe- in the West in quest of big game. assessment provided under the It will mean that every militiamanin coffee at a cheap price. .
I Bryan law against candidates and the the United States will be called to

cial.Mr.: A. J. Phillbrick, of Caribou, MISS INEZ CARSON TO GIVE I ruling has been made that all assessments the colors and sent across the Rio We have some more Orange Blossom

4, Me., returned to that place yesterday, must be paid in by the second Grande to fight for a cause in whice
after having spent some weeks in Saturday in May. Candidates for th none of us has the slightest

this section. I legislature must pay an assessmentof It will mean call after call for n-
The many friends in Orlando of $16, for tax collector $70, tax assessor teers.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bracken, Miss Inez Carson will read the following
$72, treasurer $40, county commissioners It will less bloodshed
not mean in
Messrs. H. C. Duncan
and Wm. Ken
from Lake with interI
nedy, of Tavares, were among the City $8, county school board $6,I Mexico but more. It will mean not THE- --- SANITARY-- -.. .. .. .. --- CRDPFRY-..., --.., ..
-- and supervisor of registration $6. less suffering the of the I
on part
visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. I, The recital of Miss Inez Carson who I I
Mexicans, but more. It will mean not
W. E. Tew and family, who will receive her certificate in pianoforte : ; CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
i THE FALL OF CONSTANTINOPLE less money for the American vam-
have spent the past four months in this session, will take place next
pires who are conspiring against your 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street \
Orlando, started yesterday for their Friday evening. Considerable interest A great three-reel hand colored
home but
summer home in Waverly, N. Y. centers in this event; as it marks Gaumont, entitled "The Fall of Con- more-vastly more!
stantinople. will be shown at the Lu- Call meetings!
Mr. Geo. E. Patterson, who has i tie very beginning of the series of t
cerne tonight in connection with the Write for the press? CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
been a guest at the Magnolia House commencement events which are the regular program. This film shows Agitate! j

for some weeks. left yesterday for very enjoyable factors in every college how Mohammed II. succeeded in I Lay down the law that the women FUNERAL DESIGNS i041.1.IJIIIIO..II.I..II..I..llllllle.IIIII'IIII.
his home in South Merrimac, N. II. year. Miss Carson will be as- wresting the city of Constantinoplefrom I of America i
Constantine XIII., the last are willing to "endure"disorder
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ,, sisted by Homer Howard, vocalist. Christian of that ...
W. Jenkins, who emperor city, and in Mexico, not for one year,
have spent the winter at their homeat depicts the story of the brave de- but forever, rather than send a single -
: Who is your painter and decorator? fense of the city by the Christians, I .
500 Anderson street, leave today American in khaki to die in
who outnumberd No. 1 Left
If you are satisfied keep the one you were ten to one. Bargains
for their summer home at Elizabeth have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican The film is a thriller from start to Mexico. The time is short, perhaps.Act .
town, N. Y. I No. 636. 120tfi finish and one of universal interest. now! WIit The following has been offered for
_____ ___ The regular price of admission will
:Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall, of Warren be and sale:
charged when
no matter you
R. I., who have been spendin:, PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING come between the hours of 2 p. m. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im

the past four months in this city, and 10 p. m. you will always find the f proved. 6-room house (plastered),
> the
During summer I will do painting
took their departure yesterday to the; and paper hanging at $2.50 a day. pictures running. GIRLS WANTED just over city line. Sale price $1,100

regret of friends. All work done in the best of work- cash; or time payments $1,200, $500
:manship, also all kinds of floor fin- THE REMAINDER OF STOCK OF Wanted-Two girls that can writea I cash and monthly payments of $15
Up to.date painting, papering, etc., ishings and nude decorations. Drop a PLANTS of the late John Luther, plain, readable hand. Arthur Butt.t month.No. .
is the kind you want. Where to pel t; postal and I do the rest. Address G. C. florist, will be sold on Monday, April Court House. 418ltFOR per
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T;; SHULTZ, Box. 385, Orlando, Fla. 20th. Hugh C. Allen. It SALE-Cheap for cash; Blue 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved
,t. Entrican. 1-20-ti f 4-14-6t. 1 wk. Flame oil stove. 217 East Robinson ; good orange land; $25: per

.1 Eat what you want avenue. 4-18-2t acre, cash.

Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack Are you puzzled to get more busi- Eat all you want. 1 No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,

( sonville. Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrive e ness? If so, try an ad. in the Senf Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget! it. NEW HALL 1400-lb.SAFE for HERRlXG-sale. Or will IARVIN-trade 5; miles out on proposed brick high-

in Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tl tinel. l-T-d&w.lyr for other property. See J. L. Dean] way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.

I at DeLaney Drug Co. 4.18-eod-5t, I This can be bought for $20 per acre,
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--- the same as some are asking $75; to

.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.11111111111111 11111..III".llllllt This is the last day of the Panama 1 1 I' $150 for. Owner is North and wants

Man. money.

At The Lucerne Today Don't wait for every one in town to I 1 \\\\ (I, wlln I, If No.you 4.are 2 homesteads interested get for particulars.No. sale cheap.

have Entrican, the painter, before I f 5. I also have the cheapest
you tryAm too busy to look
you 3.4 lot with 3 house in the
Phone acre -room
up. 636, and I will be on the i
job. 1-20-tf {i city of Orlando in a white section.

tAuTYA | Price $31;).

Eat what you want. |I I If you want any property, city or

"The Fall of Eat all you want. PAINT I I country; want to rent, or have prop-
Constantinople, a beautiful three reel : ; Take a postscript and forget it. FOR EVERY I erty to sell or rent, see me for good
For sale by all durggists.
hand colored Gaumont. l-7-d&w-lyr PURPOSE service.'CHADWICK.

C 'I

"Desert Tribesmen," a ,fine two reel Thanhouser. I Opening For particulars of Piano address Studio April Mac Tall-iSth. REAL ESTATE AND

man Care Grand Theater, or Phone +f BUSINESS EXCHANGE
"Glory Of Whiney Durkel reel I No. 239 from 11 to 12
a one Majestic. ; I 4-3-lm. a. m. ;' vs urn aaitiT 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.OSTEOPATHY.

t Monday"Antony and Cleopatra," GeOl ge Kleine's I .iM. -

b most wonderful eight reel production. Good Wood $1.50 ; .

DR. J.

Better Wood $2 and $2.25 I A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. i i Hours, 10-12,3.5, and by appointment

r. I Best Wool: $2.50and $?i5 Kiln Dried Lumber and Building I j No extra charge for house treatment
Telephone connections
i Material.
Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents This won't last long, i Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. }! Office. cor. Orange and Central Ares.
t 1
Stock up while you can.
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Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE i I Buy your garden seed from DeLa
i I ney & Abernethy. Just received a
Orlando ,V ood Yard Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf
Continuous show from 2 to 10 I
p. m. p. m. :, 104 W. Pine St. I Sentinel want advertising bringsthe
buyers to
your prop
. B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
M .
.. ii i. '["'" " 1I
"Miiiitttttrmittmiiiiiiiiiimi Aberuethy,.'druggists. 3-13-tf erty.r' >


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For rent, three room suite for light

has been fortunate in New York, April 16.-The new su- MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm.
college Claude L'EngleDont't L Coryell 201 Concord Ave. west,
having present during some days oft perdreadnaught New York, one of the Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf

this week Prof. T. W. Shannon, a lecturer two largest battleships in the world, O ORLANDO O. W A ShINGTON I
Get Stung- FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer
of international reputation tog was placed in commission today at
May bees are good little in and matcher, 6x24; one Hall &
young man and young women on the Brooklyn navy yard. Brown double surface planer, No. 45,

problems of social relations and sex. The ceremony was simple. Cap- sects, 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co.,
But they don't fly in JuneIn Orlando Fla. 4-ll-6t DRAWING ROOM
Prof. Shannon delivered a number of tain T. S. Rodgers received his orders ,

talks during his stay. and no one who placing him in command of the I the June primary- FOR SALE

heard him could fail of gaining a new new battleship, flags were broken out Don't waste time on May Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- SLEEPING CAR 11 '

and more straightforward appreciation at the bow and stern and the commis- bees. ly, no interest
Some other be all Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 .
of these matters as well as a sion pennant was released, as the man may acres land, lake front. $1,250. VIA

' more definite knowledge of many nec- ship's band played the "Star Span- right for you in Congress; 12,000 acres' land, 6 miles of Or-I

essary things. During the many gled Banner." Cheers by the 1,014< Some other man may be in lando. $10 per acre.

S in which Prof. Shannon has devoted officers and men in the crew of the line with progressive De- 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
years [
I $12.50 per month gets warranty,deed.F. ATLANTIC T LINE
his time to this mission, he has latest addition to the Atlantic fleet mocracy. A. LEWTER.
answered the other Some other man may be i
accomplished a vast amount of good, were by men on 4-14-d&w-lm

and he added one more to his lists ships lying at the yard, and the New, able to think for the people I
York was in commission.If after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
Two high grade young Jerseys and
! here.The Y. M. C. A. meeting on Tues- necessary the New York could But may be some other man one native milch cow; free milkers 11

day evening was addressed by C. E. steam out to sea in twelve hours. won't. and perfectly gentle.

i Howard, of Orlando, editor of the Other battleships.the yard are the : And may be you'll get One eight year old horse, works I'
I stung fooling with him. single or double; also have a good allul
Citizen and long- superdreadnaughts Texas and Wyoming I' TiesUay Satuflays
Orange County a five year old horse that works extra j j '
You know that Claude
time friend of the college and the the dreadnaughts North Dakota good, under the saddle. not afraid of

f college boys. lie spoke on the topic, and Ohio, the battleship Louisianaand L'Engle is NOT a may be; train or auto. .1
You know that he.will One light, two-horse wagon, har-
likened the armored cruiser Washington.
Man and
"The Making of a ,
All of these could the fleet think and act for you, ness.One ; | FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON ,
the process to the construction of a join at a light top buggy and harness, I
house, in which plans, site, foundations few hours' notice. Because he is now in Con- good as new. ; ; W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

L walls, roof and paint were com-, The New York and the Texas, the gress doing this very thing. Will sell at a bargain for cash or ; ; W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
first class Will trade for
pared to various requisites in the' latter just completed, are sister ships. When you can get a sure anything of security.equal value. ORLANDO, FLA.

building of a perfect man. His talk Both will be assigned to the first di- thing, W. H. GRAESER, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. i
Don't risk the best chance
was logical and forceful, and produced vision of the Atlantic fleet. Each hasa 4-10-lw Formosa Postoffice.
J. G. Kirkland Division .
of tons and
a deep impression on those wBo displacement 27,000 a

were fortunate enough to hear him. speed of twenty-one knots an hour. Claude L'Engle has been FOR RENT-.--. > (

t The Y. M. C. A. work during the They are fitted with a main batteryof time-tried and firetested FOR RENT-At $5 per month, fur-

present year has been of the utmost ten fourteen-inch guns and a s'ec- in the fights for thepeople's nished sleeping room, close in, near IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III.IIIIIII.
Presbyterian church, pleasant loca- t
s value, and more successful than in ondaryarma'ment of twenty-one five- rights.He tion.; Inquire after 4 p. m. at 207
is the thing
inch rifles. one sure
any year heretofore. The speakers Palmetto street. 4-17-3t
for in this for
secured for the meetings have been you race .. .THE. ..

} in every case able and interesting and Can a woman strangle herself with Congress in the Fourth FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur-
nished South
at Lake and South
instructive, and much good has been her own hands? We object to the streets, very nice lower flat; has five
accomplished by them. question in esse because it is incom is there for one term, rooms and bath and all modern con- AltamonteAltamonte

The officers for the coming year petent, irrelevant and immaterial; in Keep him there for another veniences. Address C. Goesswein,
Vote for Claude L'Englefirst. Lake Davis. 4-16-tf
for the Y. M. C. A. were elected re- motive, it is hostile, contestable ana

cently. and the ballot resulted in the detestable; and in purpose because it FOR RENT-Large, well furnished n 0I
Take a chance secondPEOPLE'S rooms for light housekeeping in
following men being selected by their is incendiary, impedimental and diva -
modern home, close in. 312 North
fellow students to carry on the affairs gato ry. Main street. 4-14-6t I Springs FlaA I

of the association President : ,
: TO RENT-Eight rooms, bath, hot
k Clarence C. Tilden, of Oakland; vices seler and Katherine Weiss, and was water, electric: !L'ghts. with splendid -
daintily served by Misses Florence WANTSMUNNIMAKERS garden. Low rent to the right beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
Albert J. White of
president, Oyster Stone, Florence Betts and Eleanor party. 308 West street. 4-14-it: I Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -
i Bay, New Yorki general secretary, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful

Raymond W. Greene, of Oak Lawn, Moreman. FOR RENT-Two office spaces in location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40 '

R. I.; treasurer, Paul L Thoren, of our store at No. 9 W. Church street. acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale, For Come in and we will show you. Pierce ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-
Barrington, Ill.; corresponding secretary Rent etc, for this column, tIc for one day.Oc Electric Co. 329tfMISCELLANEOUS ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
i. F. A. B. MacKeil, of Melrose, REPRESENTATIVEI for three days or $1.00 for one week for n Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
Z 5 words or less. Money must accompany:
assistant treasurer RichardG.
; hereby announce my candidacy for Representative the advertisements fer this column as no
Darrow. of Okeechobee. This will from Orange county subject to insertions will be made on creditWANTED E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS
the action of the Democratic primary to be WANTED-Ladies to bring their GEORGE ,
i constitute a strong and active staff, held June 2nd. combings to us. Don't destroy
and should assure the growth in ser- J. H. REESE. them. We will make what you want. j : SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. Ii. | ;

vice of the association for another FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Come and see our stock and examineour "IIIIIIIIIIII'II ltllllll'I'IIIII'11118111"'IIIIIII
FURNISHED FLAT to rent for sum- work. We invite inspection. If
hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. rent reasonable good you havn't the hair we supply it. Our
year.Miss ;
Julia B. Reed, of Eatonton, resentative from Orange county subject to mer; very stock is genuine. We make everything -
the action of the Democratic primary to be tenants chief consideration. ApplyR.
Ga., gave a reading of George Eliot's heed June 2nd. S. B., this office. 4-10-lw to order. We pay cash for Souvenir Postal CardsYou
S. S. GRIFFIN. combings.We .
drama in blank verse, "Armgart.
beg to announce that we have
Miss Reed will be remembered by the FOR REPRESENTATIVE WANTED-White woman for cook secured the exclusive for the
Yielding to what to be the desire small family agency
appears housework -
many students and teachers who loved I of leading citizens in almost every precinct modern general conveniences; suburban well-known and popular Clow's Knit have to buy them whether you wish to 4' .
tr' her during the ten years which she of Orange county that one of the candidates ; ; Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples -
to be nominated for Representativein home; good pay. Box 54, Orlando. will be submitted for inspection -
spent as head of the school of expres- the primary election of June 2nd should 4.163tWANTED at your leisure. The your goodswe or not so why not go where you can find the
be from the country precincts, I hereby an-
sion here. She has lost during the nounce myself a candidate. handle are the kind that satisfy.

two years since she left Rollins no _A. B. NEWTON. Unfurnished house, 7 or NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, S03 Garland finest quality and largest assortment? If
more rooms, close in. Phone 634. St.
i smallest portion of the power, sweet- MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 4-10-7t 3-23-1 mo

ness, perfection of each slightest de- I We insure your life and loan we cannot show you twice as many different
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor WANTED-Stenographic work by you
tail, artistic feeling and mastery of [ re-election to the office of Member of job, day or permanent. Best refer money on real estate at 6 per cent
interpretation which made her work Board of Public Instruction, Orange County ences. Experienced. Phone 403. I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., styles of Orlando view cards as any other
frtm District No.3. subject to the coming
here of such benefit and pleasure to primary. Very respectfully 4-15-3t Building, Tampa, Fla.

all those who came in contact with it, Zellwood' Fla. WM. EDWARDS. 3-25-d&wtf firm in the city, we will give y'ou cards free

nor has the charm of her personality WANTED-Situation driver as chauffeur.auto truck Ad- SWEET POTATO PLANTSI I <
by an expert
which ,attracted and held the love of hereby announce myself as a candidateFor dress "Auto," care Sentinel. It I will pay $1.00 per thousand fer of charge. Make us prove it.
reelection to the office of Supervisor of Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato -
those around her quite from her
a apart Registration for Orange County subject to FOR SALE plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
are been in the slightest degree di- the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla.
191 4. An elegant modern home; four bed- 3-31-lm W. S. BRANCH
minished. The only regret which attaches FRANK IL WILLIAMS. ,
rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- i
7 to her visit to the college and FOR SHERIFFI tricity throughout; fruit trees and First class Brazing a specialty at

town is that it must end so soon. A hereby announce myself as a candidatefor flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Warman's Repair Shop 0.1 Court St. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Sheriff of Orange County subject to the 2-15-tf. 125tf.
large audience greeted her and testified
Democratic primary' of June 2nd, 1914.
;; by their enthusiastic applause. FRANK GORDON.FOR ... .. ..- .. -
b their appreciation of her work. SHERIFFI FOR 11111111111111111111.111..11''r' .rll"'III"111111
Nursery stock, one, two, three and ttillllllllllllllllllOlllllllllelllllllllllllllllllllll111 111111111111111111'lyThere's
Between the three sections of the announce myself as a candidate for tae
four old buds Foster Early,
office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, year ;
t reading, Miss Dorothy Wallace delighted subject to the Democratic primary.. I am a Pineapple, Java, Hsmosassa, Wash-
the audience by playing on native of Orange county. In asking the votes ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahla
of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to dis- Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Show Here |
Apopka, Style
i her violin a Serenade by d'Ambrosio, charge the duties of the office without fearor a
favor to any man for the upholding of the
r' and "A 1'Espanol, by Schmidt. Miss
laws and the preservation of peace and good FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one
Wallace played with her usual order in the county.
con- WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR acre in bearing orange grove; six
summate skill,and brilliance and cleared of land suitablefor
was acres ; part
a admirably supported at the piano by I am a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County gardening and trucking; located Every Day in the Year
Commissioner of Orange county from half mile from city limits on public
Mrs. Berkeley Blackman, their work District 2. If elected I promise to serve the road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., "

:1 adding much to the enjoyment of the people here to the a number best of of my years ability I having am quali-resided care Box 431 city. 3-10-tf

evening. fied to know the needs of the section and

I: The annual. dinner.. given. .by the. the people. Respectfully FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house Home makers will find a visit through our

.# young ladies of the school of domestic A. C. STARBIRD garden and farm land, on Conway
Fla. road. R. Bruce Perry Box 115.
Apopka clary ,
and industrial arts to the trustees of FOR COMMISSIONER 3-20-lm-d&w big store an interesting treat. We have here the ;

the college was held on Tuesday afternoon I hereby announce yrelf a candidate for

3 at one o'clock at the home of 3 re-election, Orange as county Commissioner Florida,from subject District to No.the A 41-2 ACRE ORANGE GROVE-
for the
of necessities
Has it 6-room house 255 or- most delightful furnishingof
President and Mrs. Blackman. The action of the Democratic primary to be held on a ,
June 2nd. 1914. ange and grapefruit trees, nearly all
meal was entirely prepared and J.'L. DILLARD. in bearing; near depot and postoffice. the modern home.
served by the members of the classesin FOR COMMISSIONER Price $1.500 cash. Call on W. A.
)\(,hereby announce myself a candidate for
cooking, under the direction of re-election as County Commissioner from Branner, Maitland, Fla. 4163tFOR
District No. 1 of Orange subject to
Miss Wilde, instructor in this branch, the action of the of June 2nd. Your
SALE-New five-
and was, as always heretofore, deli- support ,will be greatly M.appreciated.O. OVERSTREET. room house, with bath.two-story Modern, in We specialize in high-grade furniture at a .

cious in every way. There were at FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI every way. Just off Lucerne Circle.
the dinner the following trustees: hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Good bargain to prompt buyer. moderate price. We invite you to come in and
County Commissioner Orange County Owner, phone 466, city. J
President Blackman, the newly elect District Four subject to the action of the
ed vice-president, Dr. Nathaniel M. greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support 2nd,, 1914. I will look over the display.

Pratt, C. H. Morse, W. C. Comstock, Yours truly SEED! SEED! SEED!

E. H. Brewer, W. R. O'Neal, Hon. J. Pine Castle, a Fla. C. J. SWEET. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

%' M. Cheney, Mrs. Jessie Mallory Thayer FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf

r and Mrs Chas. L Smith. Mrs. W. announce myself as a candidate for reelection Job printing at the Sentinel PRICfSRIGUT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
to the office of County Commissioner
,: F. Blackman acted as hostess for the Orange County District Five, subjectto Try the Sentinel Job Department .
ladies the decision of the Democratic primary.
young following
June 2nd, 1914.
served: Respectfully, HURRYIs
F Fruit Macedoine Ft Christmas Fla. [ often unavoidable, and when it is

Cream of Celery can depend on us to throw the
'; Croutons Olives Salted Almonds I hereby announce my candidacy for the clutch over to the third speed and do
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject Kincaid & Snowden
Fish in Ramikins : to the action of the Demooraitc primary job printing as quick as any concern.

Fillet of Beef with Mushrooms called elected for I pledge June 2nd you my 1914.faithful If nominated service.ARTHUR and But we prefer to have more time-

gA Potatoes Brabant Stuffed Tomatoes BUTT. time in which to do the very best possible -

Chicken Salad I hereby announce myself a candidate for THAT JOB PRINTINGYou
= Treasurer of Orange County subject to tie PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
Strawberry Shortcake Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. will need soon should be ordered %
: 3. H. TUCKER.
Peppermints Grapefruit Straws now. Then it will be ready when

Cafe Noir FOR TAX COLLECTORI want it. No one will be hur-
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor you Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridasammiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniii'.ii
3r The dinner was prepared by the re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ried. ,
Oraage County, subject to the Democratic
following members of the
cooking If you are thinking about having;
primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If reelected -
classes: Misses Annie Stone. Miriam I pledge to yon my faithful service some printing done "next week"
aa I have endeavored to give ia Uw past
Enlow, Edith Guiteras, Trillis Wes- W. E.MABTTN. please see us about it today. !


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$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

: 100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. .



Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
; summer.

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla.


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y E. C. Bray, of Winter Gardan, wasa We Will Put the Reinsof THE
business visitor here last, Monday.

Frank Adams, of Plymouth, was in Special
Success in Your
town on business last Thursday.Mrs.
: Of Cleanliness Of
A. Heinisch and daughter, of Quality
Clarcona were in town shopping Tues- Hands

in A.Orlando C. Starbird on business, wife and list'on,Satur were How? By furnishing you witha Ullh FISH AND GAME

day. perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative 'I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
Dabney Jackson spent last Saturday '
!Good eight room house.
afternoon and night in Orlando with call on you. He will give you a i Lot 50x200 feet. Fruit screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
friends. |
formula that will make and mature and
H. L Kelly returned this week froman : and shrubberry, only

extended trip along the Caloossie- your fruit. 3 blocks north of Lake We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

4 hatchie river. Eola. A bargain for on- everything in the Meat Line.
Mrs. Rutledge, mother of Mrs. Guy
Zepp, has returned to her home in ly $1200 cash.Cooper .

Washington Mr. and Mrs., D. )C.'. H. Davis and son, The PARLOR MARKET
T Tile Southern f Fertilizer il
Leslie, and Dr. Charles Converse mo !F $ Atha

toreJ to Orlando last Tuesday.H. H.
M. Self &
G. McClure is busy giving a new i 1114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor ; Co.
ORLANDO Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDA
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of the residence of
coat to
Samuel Stewart of this place. ;! Phone No. 311 !;i PINE STREET
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Contractor, F. E. Zepp. of this I
place went to Zellwood last Wednes- I. Phone No. 80

day Dixon.to build a bungalow for Mallery

Yesterday .H. L. Kelly went to
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Zepp in building a bungalow for Mal-

lery Dixon.

Miss Edith Corton has closed her .
school at Christmas for the season and

street.returned to her home on First W. M. SLEMONS

Frank H. Davis, real estate broker load
Just arrived car
is setting his side lawn on Cen-

tral avenue to St. Augustine grass. FORDS for immediate -

Mrs. W. T. Wilson and daughter,i I New Goods Arriving DailyWe

Miss Ruby, visited Orlando last delivery.Get .

Wednesday.Mr. .

Walker. of Tennessee, a pros- yours now _
pective settler, was in town this

1 week.W.. F. G. RUSE,
B. Raulerson and H. H. With-

erington, went to the county seat last Phone 226 sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Tuesday.E. .
C. Jones, of Baltimore, Md., made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. i

was in town Wednesday in the inter- Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
ests of the Sea Gull Specialty Co. a
of that city. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

We have been time for
marking & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
years. Let us now make some pro- J
gress by marking our ballots the
coming election "For Bonds."



To the West and NorthwestVIA .
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm -- ---- --- -- -- ------ -------
Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I..OIIII..
Lv .Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm -- -- 1
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pra
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND 8mmmummmmm 01 O WI oll, MMHMIMMMMIHIMI*
Ar Albany,,Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am I ILL I MHHMIMMMHMMMMM .
Ar Americas, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ..... w..-t.J-II'-. .
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 amt iMIIIHIIIHOT
Birmingham.Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm I Dixie Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED WATER
Limited flyer.
Ar Jackson, Tenn..1.. C.____ 7:46 pm 'Lv Orlando A. C. 1..l:31.m 3Upm I I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm r Jacksonville. A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:30 pmv r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm In the Summer Time. Hot water.is one of the most
Ar Cairo, 11l.,1. C._________11:07 pm Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:3iam 8:25 pra v Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pa |
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C ___12:13 mAr v Waycross. A. C. L......11:50am 10 w5 pm r Waycross, A. C. L. .............10i20pm essential features of a comfortable home. This is
r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. F. .............. 1.a6am F home
St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:25an r Atlanta C. of Ga. .:............ 7:12am ,emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be- eomQletP
r KnoiYille L. 4 N. .............12:19pm WItf10Ut
____ r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am: 11:55am ................ don't kitchen "e
Ar Centralia, Ill, I. C. 1:33 am r Corbin L. & N. 3:16pmr cause you want to heat the up by
Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am r Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville, L. A N. .............. 9:00pm .,
............ keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequently 'g
Ar Champaign, IlL, I. C.____ 4:29 am Ar St. Louis LC.&L.&N. 2:5Opm 1:20 am r Indianapolis a. L. 1:50 am
Ar Kankakee, ILL, I. C._____ 6:20 am Ar Lexington, L. & N. ............ 6:50 pm most homes have to go without it all Summer and
Ar Hopkinsville. L. & N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinanti L. & N. ...........'.. 8:50 pmr
Ar Chicago, ill, I. C.---- 7:50 am .... ...... have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. '
Ar Evansville. L. & N. 9:28 am 9:25pm Kalamazoo G. R. &; L ....12:20pn ,
Solid Through Trains-Composed of Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... %:43 pm j
observation, compartment, drawing- Ar Chicago. C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am I r Cleveland Big ............. 7:15an '"GET A RUUD" 5 .
room section, sleeping cars, and fe
reclining chair cars, between Jackson-I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED, and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time
ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
sleeping ears observation compartment want it and at small cost by simply
boom you a very
Louis. All meals in dining ears and dining car. between'Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet. _
car.For I kets and Pullman car reservations ar between Jacksonville and St, Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
all on DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping ear between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
or artment observation sleepers and eleetlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on :Mondays .
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking ear.sleepers.Dining First-ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining eat Gas DepartmenttlllHiMilliMiMllilllMlllllliilMIMtiHMI
Atlantic Coast Line, erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

Orlando.T. '
S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket, Ajent.. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Ajent ., ntltHlllill
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando


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Y At the close of business April llth, 1914 r' ( not only the finances, but that this is a purely "Orlando" : .>' :
Institution '' ::1 1. 1



and Discounts . . . . $ 478,675.50 .: : Loans to Orlando People ...........................$187,978.48
Overdrafts to Orlando ......................
. . . . 9 0.80 People 183.26U.
Overdrafts . . S. and Orlando bonds ........................... 186,632.70
Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 151,131.74 Banking House in Orlando ......................... 32,049.73
Furniture and Fixtures . . . 13,106.55 Cash, available for Orlando People ................. 113,833.11

Real Estate . . . . . 1 . -U45.29
: Cash on hand and due from banks . 385,515.22 $320.697.28 "

{ Total . . . . . . $1,041.515-10 Capital, 90 Per Cent owned LIABILITIES in Orlando .............$ 50,000.00 .
; Surplus, 90 Per cent owned in Orlando ............... 10,000.00
Undivided Profits, 90 Per Cent owned in Orlando .... 4,777.84
Circulation. due National Government .............. 21,000.00 .
Reserved for Orlando, Orange County and State of Fla.
LIABILITIES taxes ............................ ..... ........ 432.58
Bills Payable (Mortgage on banking house, in force
Capital Stock . . . . . . $ 50,000.00 when we bought same and not due, so cannot be
Surplus . . . . . . . 35,000.00 : paid off) .......:........... ................. 10,000.00
x Undivided Profits . . . . . 7,078.15Deposits 14 Deposits of Orlando people and U. S. gov't .... ...... 424,466.86

. . . ... . . . 949,436.95Total $520.697.23 .

. . . . $1,041,515.10 Of the Orlando people to this purely Orlando Institution: .'. '
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Deposits, April 15, 1914 .......... .................$424,466.86 l
Deposits, December 15, 1912 ......... ............. 85,533.68 ",
OFFICERSLouis '.' .:,.. .'. .
,: INCREASE in 16 Months 396 per cent ...............$338,933.18 ,. .
C. Massey, President S. Waters Howe, Cashier. : -. .
T. Picton Warlow, Vice-Pres. Samuel A. Newell, Asst Cashier ...." "It is a Pleasure to Serve You" -.: :,,:';::.:::

i DIRECTORSLouis ....,'.

C. Massey. W. R. O'Neal, Alf Bumby, :
t T. Picton Warlow, S. W. Howe, T. H. Evans, }
. L. L Payne, L. B. Long. D > J ) i 1MI: D


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'; RECEPTION IN HONOR OF MRS. I ing her residence in Orlando, has not Ray, Mrs. George R. Newell, Mrs. H.
I pink pincushion appliqued roses.
L. Beeman, Mrs. L. H. Mrs.J. '
WM. CRANE GRAY I i only taken an active part in all IIKADO"
M. Mrs. Edna Fuller and Mrs. Grannis was presented with
The beautiful grounds surrounding church work, but has held a promi- Cheney, Mrs.G. Monday at the Grand the third installment
H. Edwards, Mrs. J. S. McEwanand the guest prize, a cut leather vanitycase. of "The Adventures of
"Graycroft," the home of Judge and i nent place in social circles and the .
Mrs. S. Y. Way. Mrs. 0. S. Robinson was given A most enthusiastic rehearsal of Kathlyn" will be shown. Tuesday,
Picton Warlow have been I|throng of guests at "Graycroft" will find the
Mrs. T. yes- the consolation prize, a basket of nas- the "Mikado" was held last night at the regular feature day,
the scene of many delightful gather- terday was expressive of the affec- I second episode in "The Perils of Pau
turtiums. The hostess assisted house. The work
was the Orlando opera line." The orchestra of six
but delightful -! tionate esteem in which she is held. MRS. MCLEAN ENTERTAINS FOR I regular
ings, none prettier nor more
i tin serving a delicious cream course { on the music is progressing wonder- pieces will be on hand with their usual -
than the garden party given Small tables were placed on the MRS. CHARLES GRANNISS excellent On Wednesday -
i by Mrs. J. A. Abberger. Those play- fully well. On next Tuesday night the program.
yesterday for Mrs. Wm. Crane Gray. lawn, each bearing a bowl of sweet I next the Senior Civic League will
ing Mrs. W. S. Coleman, Mrs. be taken
were action of the play will up.
with the host and hostess and here the guests servedto I have its day and a portion of the receipts -
Receiving peas Mrs. W. C. McLean entertained last
i J. A. Abberger, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson,i Judge Cheney and Mr. James will go into the coffers of the
were Mrs. Warlow's mother, Mrs. delicious ices by the charming evening for Mrs. Charles Granniss at i{Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Sr., :Mrs. Chas. :, Laughlin III. have charge of the league. Tickets will be sold about
Helen Wright, and the honoree, who daughters of the host and hostess, three tables of "five hundred." The town and every one should do what
; Granniss, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., Mrs. J stage work ;and they, with Mr. Carr
leaves next week for Philadelphia, Misses Helen and Grace Warlow, aided decorations : lies in his power to help.along this
were particularly ,I
pretty Josiah Ferris, Mrs. W. G. Johnson !as manager in chief, bespeak wonderful -! '
where she will month with I by several of the ladies of worthy cause.
d spend a young being done in Easter lilies,
asparagus Miss Cynthia McKee, Miss Rita Law-: success for the operetta.
relatives before going to her new: the Cathedral school. fern and nasturtiums. Mrs. Josiah ton and Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, andi This is the last day of the Panama
home in Tennessee. Mrs. dur-I Assisting Mrs. Warlow Miss I
were Ferris won the head prize, .
a dainty
I i I the hostess, Mrs. McLean. Job printing at the Sentinel Man.


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; $6.00 MEN'S PANTS .$4.98 $5.00 MEN'S PANTS .. $tOO $t50 MEN'S PANTS .$3.78
:: $4.00 MEN'S PANTS .$3.29 $3.50 MEN'S PANTS .$2.98 $3.00 MEN'S PANTS .$2.48


After Supper Sale

Our regular After Supper Sale, between the hours of 7.30 and 9.00, on above date will comprise our very best goods, at

values unheard of before in Orlando, Read just a few

60 and 75c. value
10 to 1212c. towels,
50c. Value men's underwear
and Crepe Silk this. Regular lOc. Glasses, Colonial I Glasses, regular Heisleys Ice tea glasses,
1 pair to customer, 50 . . . 38c.
sale . . . .39c. 6 for . . .25ac.5c.. sellers, 6 for .15c. regular 15 cent sellers,
6 for . . . 50c.
1 pattern to customer dozen to sell. 50c. Value Union Suits 6 to customer. Special sale on EnamelWare

35 signs.pieces in different de- 5 c. each . . . 38c. Slightly damaged. 6 to customer.

> We are going to otter in our Readyto-Wear Department SHIRT W..t\ ISTS. values ranging from $1.50 to $3.50. for 79c. These are pick-Dps,




is giving satisfaction to our out-of-town friends.
Our Jail-Order

Department Try an order and become a regular patron.


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