The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 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
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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Resolution Passed to Grant Further ISSUE : TAKES PLACEr
Fortj-first Annual Convention Will

MUNITIONS SNIPPED TO CAlYfSIION Time for Protests Against 9E I i Convene in This City for NO OTHER WAY TO DISPOSE[ OF II

Repeal to Be Heard SALE[ lffi[ IN ABEYANCE[ fOR TIME E HOU DAY I IS MADE[ OF f i O OCCASION A Three Das Session

Council held session
OF LOBOS ISLAND WAS a warm yes The forty-first annual conventionof
the Florida State Medical associa-
repeal of that section of the new traf BECAUSE DANGER OF
THAT POLICE RESERVES tion will be held in Orlando for three
MUCH TO HUERTA IN COURSEOF fic ordinance which forbids the park POSSIBLE
AND BOND MATTER ARE CALLED OUT days beginning this afternoon at 2 CONFLAGRATIONWAS
MEDIATION ing of cars on Orange avenue for FEARED
GOES o'clock.
r longer than thirty minutei.
ACTION The opening session will be held -
A number of citizens were presentin ABOUT HOMES .
Washington, May 12.-Special.-( ) to an invitation from tha at the Elks' Home, when the guests Vera Cruz, May 12.-Recent reports .
Every precaution that can be made will be welcomed to the that
Mr. the
city by constitutionalist forces
council and make their : The
to appear county commissioners met at ,
by the war department for the invasion New York, May 12.-The great
Jos. H. Jones for the
speaking were putting the outskirts
mayor Tampico
wishes known in the matter. The
noon to consider bids
yesterday for:
of Mexico has been perfected. public tribute at an end, the relativesof and by Mr. John C. and oil
action about the the of Cheney, speaking big wells to the torch have a
brought purchase
was $600,000 five
Orders have out to hurry the pre percent three of the seventeen sailors and
gone I for the Orlando Board of had
Trade. apparently their origin in the deliberate I

sentation of bond
a petition signed by somefifty the proceeds from
construction of seven hundred fieldpieces marines killed at Vera Cruz claimed The formal exercises will
be brief
daily burning of between
business of the sale of which
men Orange avenue will be expended in
which will be under their bodies and took them
to their 1
necessary and scientific session
a will be and
held 100,000
150,000 of crude
the of the section.
the plan of active operation in Mex asking repeal establishing a system of brick roadsin homes in this city. The bodies of the immediately oil the
following. by owners of two wells
those who addressed the great
Among Orange
ico as mapped out by the army war county. others will be sent to their various A
council were Messrs. George H. Me- There In the evening at the San Juan the near Tampico-Doheny's Huesteca
college. were only four offers, and destinations.The 1
Culloch, W. H. Brokaw, W. R. O'Neal, of these parlors will be open for a reception company at Juan Casiano, with a flow
Additional artillery and ammunitionfor J. N. Bradshaw, C. D. Christ, Marion The figures mentioned was as as par. coffin containing the body of to the physicians and their wives.II of 50,000 barrels a day, and that of
the mountain artillery already at Ives, F. T. Scruggs and S. S. Griffin.Mr. amounts offered were net Dennis J. Lane, accompanied by the This affair will be entirely informal, the Corona company in the Panuco
i Vera Cruz, and for field artillery havebeen and all biddersagreed father, John P. Lane, arrived at the i
McCulloch said that he would and all are invited to be present and district, with a daily flow double that
to the
ordered for shipment to Calves- pay interest accrued Lane home, in East
Forty-fifth street
have the if he give the visitors a cordial welcome to of the Doheny gusher.
never signed petition from the date of issue, June 1, 1914 A
ton. from the last
yard night.
navy Orlando. With the standard price of crude
had known what was in it, and he was to the delivery of the bonds. The of
Some of these munitions are already of the opinion that many had signedthe fers were as follows: Mrs. Lane was overcome when told I The physicians do not wish to be oil at 80 cents gold per barrel there is j

on the and 'wfll that the coffin could not be daily going in flame in the vicin
way more go paper "just to be a good fellow. John Nuveen & Co., Chicago, $570- opened. much entertained, for they are meet up
forward on transports. What is expected He said that the condition of Orangeavenue 800; payment of $50,000 A little later those in the street wereallowed ing for serious purposes, but the en ity of Tampico from $80,000 to $120- A
upon approval
is that the United States to enter and hundreds 000 worth of crude oil. The
army before the passage of the ordinance i of attorneys and $50,000 passedthe tertainment committee will see to it i lossesof 1

may have to seize another large port was dangerous to pedestrians month. per flag draped coffin and departed.The that they are given delightful recrea the two big companies will amountto

of Mexico. It is generally understoodthis funeral services will be held tomorrow millions of dollars and smaller
and not desirable for the merchants; WeH, Roth & Co., Chicago, $571- tion while not in session. Tomorrow pro-
will be Puerto Mexico, if Tampico the curb line was blocked with cars morning in St. Andrew'sCatholic evening a barbecue at the Country ducers are also doomed to suffer

falls into the hands of the constitu from an early hour in the day, he 000.Hoehler, Cummings & Prudden, Toledo church. Lane was 19 years Club will be given for the doctors heavy losses.

tionalists. said, which prevented customers from $574,625. old, and was a graduate of St. Fran and the ladies of the Rosalind club The interdiction of commerce be-

4 Huerta has informed the adminis stopping in front of the stores, and Sidney Spitzer & Co., Toledo, $570- cis Xavier's school. will entertain I the visiting ladies. tween Mexico and the United States

tration he regards the vast preparations he was opposed to the repeal !of the Jphn F. .Schumacher's body was removed Papers to be read during the ses laid down by Huerta is responsible

made the United he the time 000.The to the home of for the.vast waste and
being by section, though thought commissioners rpiertpr. all hilk, his mother, sion are as follows? destructwa
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States as unfriendly acts and under might be extended to an hour. but the matter will be discussed at Mrs. Isabella Mackay, in Brooklyn. "Organized Medicine and Legisla- oil. The bulk of the Mexican oil out-

the circumstances the putting out of Mr. O'Neal's talk was somewhat the meeting to be held Friday at 2 When the body arrived there the tion," Dr. J. Harris Pierpont, Pensa- put goes to the United States.

coast lights justifiable. along the same line., He said that o'clock when the board meets to consider crowd was so great police reserves cola. With this outlet shut off the com-

Meanwhile Secretary Bryan is en- the half hour limit was too short, in ,further the bids for construct-i had to be called out Two policemen "The Family Physician and the panies at first hoped to be able to

deavoring to prove to Huerta that his opinion, because customers who I ing the: brick highrays. remained at the door all evening. The Public Health," Dr. C. E. Terry, save the superfluous product of the

there is no war and will be none if had cars or other vehicles in the I, Chairman M. 0. Overstreet left yesterday funeral was held today. Jacksonville. wells by capping the gushers, but the

the administration can help it. The streets became uneasy within a short afternoon for a trip to Jack-i The body of Albin Eric Stream was "Medical Inspection and Educationof gas pressure was too strong to admitof

secretary stands practically alone in time, and would leave the stores in sonville on personal business, having I I I taken to the home of his father, Eric School Children the Most Probable this expedient with safety. Great

his position. Every officer in the their unrest to move their vehicles for an urgent engagement there. It is I'P. Stream, in Brooklyn. Stream also Solution of Hookworm, Malaria and explosions would surely have fol
army and navy and nearly every cab- fear of being arrested. Mr. O'Neal altogether likely that something will was only 19. Services were held in Other Infectious Diseases," Dr. J. C. lowed. The other danger was that of A

inet officer believes that war and invasion also objected to all the policing to be I transpire during the intervening time the Dean Street Baptist church to- Davis, Quincy."The a flood of oil sweeping the surround-

are about to be forced on the done on the two Orange avenue blocksin which will make it possible for the day. Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis ing country and causing a conflagration

United States. the business section. He said thatas commissioners to secure a better bid r ," Dr. R. H. McGinnis,i that might even destroy Tampico

I After a long cabinet discussion of soon as drivers were beyond this than any that were presented yester Bodies Reach Philadelphia .. Jacksonville."The I itself.

the incident it was concluded today'' section there was a tendency to dis day. Laboratory Diagnosis of Tuberculosis The solution of the problem has s
that the taking of Lobos island by the regard the speed limit ordinance. Philadelphia, May 12.-The bodiesof ," Dr. Henry Hanson, Jack- been the digging of ditches through
George McKenzie
scout cruiser Dixie was technically an CoL Bradshaw favored the repeal i HEAVY and sonville. which the oil is run off for a consid-
FIGHTING BY REBELS INi Charles Allen Smith
Later in the of the ordinance the extension of Philadelphia: erable distance
error. day Secretary or i ATTACK "The Prophylaxis of Typhoid Fever from the mouths of
ON TAMPICO sailors killed at Vera Cruz
Bryan took this matter up with the the time limit. He said it made no rested today ," Dr. G. E. Henson, Jacksonville.The the gushers and into huge pits whereit
mediators and it is understood they difference to him or his firm, for they);' Washington, May 12.-(Special.)- within the darkened homes of following named are the officials is burned, each pit sending up a
A their
agreed to the admission to Huerta had an alley where they could park I I' has been going on all day grief stricken families. As a who will be in attendance: mighty tower of flame, which lightsup

that the taking of the island was due their own car, but he believed the' and far into the night at Tampico I tribute to both men there lay on the President-Dr. P. C. Perry, Jack- the region for miles around at

to misunderstanding. ordinance was working to the detri ': according to a dispatch from Mayo I coffin of Seaman Smith a beautiful sonville. night, while by day the dense oil
received at the department late wreath sent by the president of the
ment of the business interests and he navy smoke
I I i I First Vice-President. J. G. Du- obscures the sun from a large
( tonight. Heavy artillery and United States. Both homes
was opposed to it on that account I rifle were Puis, Lemon City. territory.
[fire have been almost continuous and closed to all except relatives and near I I
CANDIDATES IN fiRST mSTRI T He thought that'pedestrians should J{ Second Vice-President-Dr. J. N.
jof such a desperate nature that the friends. Later in the day private
be kept from crossing the streets between Davis, Jr., Quincy.
HAY[ I German and Dutch cruisers which lay funeral services were held over both
regular crossings. I in the river have had to move down to bodies. Third Vice-PresidentrDr. W S. COURT O T OPENS WITHOUT ANY
Dr. Christ favored the enforcement I Gramling, Miami.

of the ordinance. He recalled an accident -' the mouth and all foreign citizens Tomorrow the bodies of the twoyoung Secretary and Treasurer-Dr. J. D. CRIMINAL fSiIOIBf TRIED

Fred DeBerry and Allie Angle Mix in which an aged woman had I) who could be induced co leave on seamen will be conveyed under Pasco, Jacksonville. ,

It Up on the Streets of been run down at the corner of Or board the men of war have done so military escort to Independence Hall, Librarian-Dr. William S. Manning -

Plant City ange and Church before the ordinancewent or have taken refuge outsidt the dan- where Philadelphia's tribute will be Jacksonville. Civil Docket Not Heavy and Session

into effect and cited this I ger :zone. Mayo reported he could obtain paid. The bodies will lie in state
. as- an ... .nn ......An.. t.. i" _"+:A_ __ ._ ..L_ ..:1 ..L_ _1.____ __ 'L' '.', _un- Orator-Dr. W. R. Warren, Key Will Be a Briefer One
example or what mIght occur ac anytime .v .n UUUUUAUUU (1:> W "De .ui me auerooun wnen a military funeral -; West.
Plant City, Fit, May 12.-The if there was no regulation. He progress of the rebel attack. will be held. All the bluejacketsand Than Usual

hitherto almost undisturbed quiet and that the marines at the
thought council should passan navy yard, the BASEBALL RESULTS Circuit
somnolence of the campaign for'con- ordinance against the indiscriminate ANTI-TRUST BILLS WILL BE National Guard regiments in Phila- National court opened yesterday with

gress from theFirst Florida district, crossing of the streets at all PASSED THIS SESSION delphia, local civic bodies, the mayor Pittsburg 1, Boston League Judge James W. Perkins on the bench
1. Darkness. .and Solicitor Cary D. Landis
was broken here yesterday afternoon points and in all directions. He Washington, May 12.-(Special.)- ,and council will participate. St. Louis-Chicago rain. to present
when Hon. Allie J. Angle harbormaster House ; prosecute any criminal cases that
thought that crossing between regu- Democrats in their caucus to- American

at Tampa, and Hon. J. Fred De- lar crossings and at angles should be I night decided on a legislative plan Pittsburg Does Honor New York 0, Detroit League 4. might no criminal be before docket the court, but thereis
for this
Berry, secretary of the Plant City prohibited. Dr. Christ said he for the remainder of the ,
placed: present ses- Pittsburg, May 12.-With the ar- Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 12. and the solicitor will have
board of trade, and both of them as- the safety of life and limb sion, including the nothing to
and the I passage of the rival here early today of the body of Washington 3, Chicago 2. do in this line, though he is interested

pirants to succeed Congressman M. possibility of suits for damage I trust bills that have been presentedand Francis P. DeLowry, Pittsburg beganto Boston 7, St. Louis 0. in certain civil cases.

Sparkman, indulged in a brief pugilistic against the city above the demands all appropriation bills. With the: do henor to its son who died in the Federal League As
an outcome of ths state of
bout on one of the streets of, of the business interests, and that I I.enactment of this legislation under fighting at Vera Cruz. Tomorrow Buffalo-Baltimore rain. fairs af-
; no grand jurors
this town. Some say but one blow: this should control the council in its the present plans the house will ad- were summoned,
morning, which will be a public holi- Chicago-St. Louis; wet grounds. and the traverse jurors drawn and
was struck and that the harbormaster
action. 'journ, leaving over until the next session day by proclamation of Mayor Armstrong Indianapolis-Kansas City; rain. sworn for the session J. P.
struck it. Others to have are Ca-
seem Mr. Ives said the ordinancewas all other business
new unfinished. a public funeral will be held 5
Brooklyn '
Pittsburg 5. Thirteen wood, T. L. Hancock, J. H. Wilkins
heard of more than one blow. At ,
a great detriment to business
; in St. Paul's cathedral. The body lay innings; darkness. C. M. Brodwater
A. G.
Branham J.
any rate neither combatant seemed that customers would into the CANDIDATES QUALIFIED ,
come WITH in
the I state today in Soldiers' Memorial Southern League Van Buskirk, J. W. Wilmott, A. D.
The worse wear. the store to make a purchase and would I SECRETARY OF STATE HalL This evening it will be taken to Memphis 2, Mobile 1. j Arnold, A. Schultz, F. J. YoungMood,
outcome formal
was arrestof : become restless and uneasy within The following candidates have filed the home of the dead seaman's par Chattanooga 4, New Orleans 2. B. Lily, G. 0. Connor, R. Richards
both parties and their putting up five or ten minutes, and would leave their certificates with ents. From there escorted ,
Secretary of by mili- Montgomery 7, Nashville 6. F.
J'S. Livengood, G. M.
B. .
bond of Carey, 0
$7.50 each to appear in police without their
purchases fre- State H. C. Crawford: tary and veteran organizations, thema.or Birmingham 6, Atlanta 3. E. L Sphaler, H. K. Wood.
court. quently. He said he knew of trade United States Senator-Duncan U. and city council, the body will South Atlantic League .

The trouble arose out of an article I that his firm had lost on account of Fletcher and John N. C. Stockton. be taken tomorrow morning to the Columbia 6, Macon 1. I I When women fish for

printed in a Tampa newspaper in be- the regulation. Mr. F. T. Scruggs of Representative in 1 cathedral where services will be Jacksonville compliments
half of one of the candidates. The the firm Congress, Fourth : con. 5, Charleston 3. j they never boast of the big ones that
same this
statement Congressional District ducted. I
-St Elmo W. Albany 5, Savannah 4.
other took exception to the article They were in favor of II I away.
repealing Claude L'Engle, William H. Columbus 6, Augusta 5.
and when they met yesterday they the section or extending the limit Malone W. J.
Sears and Albert M. Messrs. C. H. Harris and Clarence
St Peter
had words, followed by, blow two. swing the gate wide
a or to an hour or two hours. Williamson.
Johnson, of Kissimmee were in the Mr. John M. Lee and his daughters, open for the man who has lived

THE Mr. Griffin said he had no automobile Commissioner of Agriculture-T. J. i city for a few hours yesterday., Misses Mildred and Vivian Lee, and to his wife's expectations. up

WEATHER and it made no difference to him Appleyard, Jr., and W. A.
McRae. son, Master J. M. Lee, Jr., and Mrs.
personally, but he knew that it r eJustice of the See window I
Florida Supreme Court- our display of parcel W. B. Crawford motored from Kis- After a man has spent a few nights
: Partly cloudy Wednesdayand quired time for a woman to do her John C. Avery, W. H. Ellis and Thos. post scales, closing out at half price. simmee yesterday and were guests of in a sleeping car he can appreciatea
Thursday cooler north '
; portion. (Continued on page 4)) M. Shackleford. Curtis &: O'Neal. Col. T. J. Watkins. home in a small flat.

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business of their own, down on Bay Street. They had the reputation, and justly so, of carrying the best selected, and highest
class of merchandise in Jacksonville. No shoddy, cheap, or inferior goods in the stock, all new. They have been in business
: five months, hence nothing could possibly be any older than that; a lot of'goods' had not been taken out of their cases when

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is the first Windfall Sale that ever struck the State. We never had such a chance before,and may never have one again, when a$50,000 stock, all brand new, of best quality,
and good style,could be bought for one-half price. This is our bargain,and we pass it on to you. Others had the chance,but either lacked the money, or the nerve to buy it. Our good
fortune is your good fortune,and if you do as we did,you will take advantage of this opportunity.
This stock is so large, that we have to draw from long distances to get eneugh people to take it up, so will refund railroad fare to all purchasers of goods to the amount of$20,
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You might do your Fourth of July
shopping now and save the rush.
Orlando Bank &
(From the Gainesville Sun) Trust Co

Fort Meade is to have a postmas Why rubber at a slit skirt when

ter's primary on June 2nd. t1 you can go out to the beach and seethe j Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

whole show?

The Grand View hotel at Mount ,
Dora has closed for the summer. A Poughkeepsie cookstove was

wrecked when a pumpkin exploded. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

The Tarpon Chautauqua associationhas Another argument in favor of the Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

been organized at Tarpon Springs. Uneeda squash; it is noncombustible.Even Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
BiscuitA Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

The postoffice department in Washington crisp, clean, nutritious an epicure would>soon tire of Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02

has ordered a postoffice established food. For his job were it one continuous roundof

at Kendall, Dade county, Fla. everybodyevery. pudding and ice cream.-Chicago $904,906.09

where. Fresh in the News.It LIABILITIES

Work will soon begin on the bulkhead moisture-proof package Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

to be erected along the lakefront 5 cents. has cost some of the candidates Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

in Sanford. The dredge has already three or four times as much to ruin n Bills payable . . . . . . . None
arrived. the June primary as it cost to run

4s for the same offices in the old Democratic Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72

Nineteen runs were made by the d primary and it was claimed the Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
1 Tampa fire department during the new law would give a poor man a

month of April The greatest loss ,r show.-Tropical Sun. $904,906.09
was that of the Jetton Lumber copany's

mill. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . $649,484.91
for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
News comes that Lawtey has never' Pepper Crates. 4-29m Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

before enjoyed so prosperous a strawberry i ZuZuThe Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
season as is just now drawing

to a close. Many crates brought as funny little name To THE WEST Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

high as fifty cents a quart. of the famous little Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

An election will be held in St. Petersburg ginger fresh snap"snap"that puts and VIASfMINOU ,| Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34Increase

at an early date to decide "ginger" into jaded LI M IUD
of quarter of a million in in
whether deposits 3 months.
or not the city shall issue appetites. 5 cents. Lv Orlando -___________?.. 3:13 pm ; The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
$149,000 of bonds for the constructionof Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm Trust Co. desire to their
a municipal gas plant. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm friends and customers express appreciation to their
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10 pm for making such a statement pos-
Bartow is Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am sible.
already planning for a Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am
Fourth of July celebration. The celebration Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
this year will include a barbecue Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am MillllililllllllllllliliiJMtMJJJ'UJJJJJJJ'8.
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of .
baseball games, automobile Ga. 7:30 am .
parades .. .
Binningham.Ala. - -
C. of Ga.12:05
and p
sports of all kinds.
Birmingham,Ala.0.of G.12:05 pm
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm COMMITTEE TO MEET ''MMIMMHMMMMMIieiMIIMMMMIIti i
Probably the largest vessel, and Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm There will be
certainly the largest tank steamerever Ar Cairo, III, I. C.--_______11:07 pm a meeting of the
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am Orange County Democratic Executive -
to enter Jacksonville, steamed Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am Committee,at the court house in Beck & PaynesCash

after Thursday discharging for Mexico, via Nassau, I CUHAM'CRACKERSThe I Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C ____e. 1:38 am Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23,
1,000,000 gallons of Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the
creosote oil.Marion natural sweet- Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am purpose of meeting the inspectors and
/ Ar Kankak'ee, 111., I. C._____
ness and nutrimentof 6:20 am clerks ,appointed to conduct the
Blanton, the bright a of the Ar Chicago, 111., I. C..._____ 7:50 am I primary Grocery
wheat are re- election on June 2nd, and trans
promising son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. tamed Solid Through Trains
giving thema -Composed of I acting any other business which may
filanten of Clearwater, succumbed a delightful flavor observation, compartment, drawing- come before it.
the home of his parents in that room, section, sleeping cars, arid free
zo cents. reclining chair cars, between Jackson I SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.
the ravages of a severe case of malarial ville and Chicago, and Jacksonville I JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
fever a few days ago. nd St Louis. All meals in I
Buy biscuit baked by dining I Orlando Fla., May 6, 19U.II .
car.For 1
Mrs. C. B. f lets and Pullman car reser-:
Rogers of
,, Jacksonville NATIONAL
ations,' all on T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
was hostess, .on, .Thursday afternoonat BISCUIT W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, II 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Nice new stock. White Rose
a pretty reception at her.,beautifulhome COMPANY or

in Riverside, honoring ,M rs. D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,1 Buy your garden seed from DeLaney brand Canned
Daisy McLaurin, Stevens of Mississippi Always look for that name Atlantic Coast Line, I I & Abernethy. Just received i a goods, Fox River Butter -
president general of the United Orlando. i big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13tfr

Daughters of the Confederacy. Receiving "Pride" the highest grade hutter- I
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WIth Airs Rogers were airs. -

Stevens, president general; Sister TRIANGLE SOCIETY TO MEET IN : ine. Call and get our cash prices.

Esther Carlotta, Florida state presi- UNION SERVICE

dent of the U. D. C.; Mrs. Kimbrough Hammond Gore

and Mrs. Scales, of Mississippi, the At the meeting of the executive
two latter members of Mrs. Stevens' board of the Triangle society Sunday 11 West Robinson AvenueMMMMMMHMMMMM

staff. afternoon, which was held at the Baptist FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
church, it was decided to have a

Anticipating the early completionof union service at the Methodist church VALUES LOW PRICES ++***
the large hotel at the Methodist Sunday night, June 7, at 6:15, insteadof

Anastasia assembly grounds on Anas- the regular young people's hour at COMPARE
tasia Island, the St. Johns ElectricS that church. Mr. A. A. Patch was
company is extending its electric light made director of the Triangle society, OUR FURNITURE Up in the Cold( NorthwestThe

service from the present terminal at orchestra. This is expected to be a I

South Beach to the assembly site. splendid organization, as much talent We provide the quality furniture largest sale of music and musical instruments -
that has
Electric is to be found the folksof long
lights will be installedthroughout among young been
accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the is the
the three churches. during winter
the hotel months.
and other In
buildings standard of
merit. If an article i is here it is good.
as they are erected. It is hopedto It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Florida the largest trade is during
have the hotel completed and ready this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof sum-

for guests by July 1 and a numberof MAY BEES-AN ESSAY this business, and that means much to any buyer. mer. You should get your children interested -
cottages and other
buildings will 1
be erected there this summer.-St. By Claude L'EngleDont't in learning music during the summer vaca-
Augustine Note in Times-Union. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
Get Stung- tion. We carry Violins, Mandolins Guitars
May bees are good little in Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla.i ,
Fire broke out on the Tennessee sects, \ J Drums and all small musical goods and inStruction
dock about 9 o'clock this evening and
destroyed the office and warehouseof But they don't, fly in June books.:
In the June primary-
the Cumberland Route
Steamboat Don't waste time on May =- Let us assist you in all musical
company, the fish house of the Florida bees. [matters

Sea Food company, severely dam
aging their cold storage and refrig: Some other man may be all W. S. BRANCH
right for you in Congress; ,
erating plant, also
destroyed one oSalvador's f
Some other man may be in I
fish houses. The
origin of
the fire is supposed to have been in line with progressive De ; t The Arcade Book and Music SioreCO

the office of the Cumberland Route mocracy.
Some other man be
Steamboat company. The damage is may ? p=t_ _Ji ,
able to think for the people
estimated will be from $15,000 to $ o0
after, election, L41b1 Fare 3
$20,000. For a time the adjoining ,
But may be some other man
dock_and,fish houses and the customs won't. $ CAtty .
house and boat house were in 1
very And may be you'll get I/
great danger.-Fernandina Note in LEVElAND
stung fooling with him. ,
Times-Union, 9th. You know that Claude J

L'Engle is NOT a may be; UID
Three bonding elections have been You know that ,he will AqlI "

ordered by the county school board, think and act for you, I
to be held on June 9. The largest is Because he is new in Con- THE GREAT SHIP -SEEANDBEE"

that of the Tampa special school disgress doing this very thing. ,r..gib.". Cnaleria SQO feed IanedtJa 9I1ett"O Iadw.;Slleta--f ud avion s s..od.ti.0 3500 p..-
trict for $225,000 in bonds, some $55,- When you can get a sure I.M wrtw rfiUw.ru:;eii..u: rro JaM lSda. i.all-rr--1JIq MT __CIe

000 of which will go to retire outstanding thing, \ 1t / MMU&CM!SteuMn"SE ANDBE>;""City.f Erf..*!""City,Buff "
indebtedness, the remainderto Don't risk the best chance ........ Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND ay
to D.C.itAnrndevduU
go ipto new brick school buildings.The that ever happened. lAne B.OiI. uo P.H. ra.c-a..a 9:00 P...
1030 L)
l. .
last frame school building in the Claude L'Engle has been 1J (E.Ieq 5cucId AniTtk&le ti.e) 1030 L M.

city, that of the Madison Street grammar time-tried and firetested WHITE wee..-....c..lla-1aM........................,.CneIu4 Toledo.De....izud. aD._....Y.s..zJa--.LJbeM
school, will be replaced by a in the fights for the .r p o.se.s. &_IbII: w Co A I.u... YnM..far.god auat..urj....... n1..u.._>.d s.b..ll.c r___he.I .
handsome brick structure if the bone people's rights. J4REN PAINT CoCMICAGO L THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. CI.T.U.J. O.

issue is voted and a new school will; He is the one sure thing I

be built in Ybor City section and one for you in this race for NASHVIllE

on Moody Heights. The other two Congress in the Fourth POINTED PARAGRAPHSNo
elections are in country districts District. ,Much of :woman's vanity is due toman's

Cork academy for a $1,500 issue for He is there for one term, A. L. BECK Cordelia, a squall at sea and flattery.
a new building and Seffner for $3,000 Keep him there for another LUMBER CO. one in the nursery are not synony

for a new structure.-Tampa Note ;in Vote for Claude L'Engte mous. When a business is run down may
Times-Union. first. Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material be time to wind it up. r

1 Take a chance second Women may come and women may

Sentinel "wants" fill your wtnti. Phone 451 Orlando Fla. go, but the bargain counter habit is Never go in for practical joking unless -
a fixture. 'l you are a good loser.r .
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! South Florida Sentinel GROWING MORE[ NUMEROUS[ S shopping, and she couldn't get Taft, Fla., May 12.-W. G. Spha-
> MORNING AND WEEKLY through inside of an hour. He was ler has opened a new store in the
k 3 JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. in favor of repealing the section. Hamilton block with a fine stock of
'" Likely That Full Amount Pledged by Mr. Brokaw said the ordinance was goods. Call in. CORSETS
l:, Entered Second at the Claw poctoffice Mail Matter.at Orl&ndo. Flor- Board of Trade Will Be operating harmfully to the city Mr. and Mrs. Gartman have com-
Ida. aa
Raised Soon throughout the county, and he had menced I housekeeping again in the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES heard many complaints from the Miller house on Pine street
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 The postoffice is now located in
Daily, t Months ....................... 2.50 You've got to hand it to Charles country. He said the people from
t w Daily. 3 Month ...................... US the hold the nearby towns were afraid to come Sphaler's real estate offic on Pine
f Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 Lord as only original up man the fire victims all
when it comes to taking subscriptionsfor to Orlando for fear of being arrestedfor street, so are get-

. Weekly\ 1 Year ....................... 1.00 a worthy project that promises leaving their cars on Orange ave- ting located again in new quarters.A. .
' Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7i M. Bristol was in Orlando last
benefit to Orlando.In .
nue.A rather stiff controversy occurred Saturday on business.
TO ADVERTISERS: a short time yesterday afternoonMr. -
Lord run up the subscription list .' between Mr. Brokaw and Commis- Prof. L. Riley has closed his term 't .ejs
Copy for display and all vUier band-aetE to the Orlando-Indian River highwayfrom ,sioner Johnson. The latter said that of school, after a very successful and
adrutbinr nut be banded in at the badness WeCarry
sake .( the Sentinel net later than t p. n. $115 to $360, thus leaving only ,the very men who owere petitioningto satisfactory session. We all hope for Corsets
the day before publication. This rule applies his return next winter the
have the ordinance repealed had as pupils, \
=- U ebancea for contract advertinnj; it is $140 to be raised to make good the A
invariant and will be strictly adhered to. pledge made by the Orlando Board of asked for it; that it had been dis- under his instructions, have made All For theYoung
Trade to that object. cussed by the council for two months splendid progress. He appears to be Styles 4&
Sentiael discon
tined Subscriber should notify desiring the The office in writing en The subscription list follows: before being enacted, and that public the right man in the right place. Of y'w ll Girl-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be C. H. Nelsoon attended the reunionat ,
costumed at the regular subscription rates Seth Woodruff _______________$10.00 I sentiment had been thoroughly sounded. This ; ;
untH notice to atop is received. Bee-gi-woo-che ______________ 10.00C. ; He said that some of the men Jacksonville. Famous 4:1; : For the 1
, D. Christ _________________ 10.00J. who did business on Orange avenue Lyman Bowman and J. H. Estes Make ,t,.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914. W. Jackson _______________ 5.00 wanted the avenue for a parking motored to Winter Park last Friday.Mrs. : BuddingDebutante s
--- -- -- Holdorf (formerly Miss Grace .
Orlando Water and Light Co___ 10.00E. I place for their cars, and that these -
We learn that Huerta has to Bowman home with them
gone were the ones who were petitioning ) came to 4
F. Sperry ________________ 10.00 I
drinking again. When did he stop? to have the ordinance repealed. He visit for a few days. ;
Lord & Bradshaw __ -_________ 10.00 ,
e ". 0 w. E. Martin _______:_________ 10.00 said that some of them had defied Mesdames Riley and KeKuster andR. llt ; !
While John Stockton was 'speaking Geo. W. Phillips _____________ 5.00 the policemen,'and had said they were K. Harriman were in Orlando Mon ?1))'f'

in Ocala the other night an alarm of J. P. Holbrook _______________ 5.00 I going to park their cars there in spiteof day.Miss f ir
i fire was given and the speech making J. H. Reese _________________ 5.00H. the ordinance, and concluded by Ethel Hickson, of Orlando,,
: was broken up. This was undoubtedly L. Beeman _______________ 10.00 saying that Mr. Brokaw was one who spent Sunday here with friends.
the work of some dastardly reactionary J. C. Patterson ______________ 10.00 had made this statement, and that Frances Ellison, of "the Ranch,"

to keep the people from hear- Mrs. Ensign _________________ 5.00 Mr. Brokaw was the only person who spent Sunday here with Miss Hobson
: ing the words of truth and soberness The Next Representative _____ 5.00 had been fined twice for violating the and other friends.

from the lips of the original pro- Davis & Giles ____________'? 10.00 ordinance. Mr. Brokaw denied the We need some of that water very r-

gressive Democrat. W., E. Long ____________-____ 5.00P. accusation emphatically, whereuponthe much that the Orlando real estate SPECIAL
0 A.,Horn _____________;_____ 5.00V. I commissioner stated that he men tell people "is all over Taft,"

;; The Pensacola News classifies Eve \ L. Tilden ________________ 5.00 would introduce proof to sustain him, "can not walk anywhere in Taft with Pictorial Review Patterns f
Wm. Martin _:________________ 5.00C. and went in search of the police officer out high boots," etc., etc. It is very
;_' as the first Adam progressive to because the she E. Howard ________________ 5.00 who had made the arrest, but returned dry and some of that water aforesaid Just Arrived
persuaded try experi-
the forbidden Ira M. 0. Beeman __________100.00 without finding him. The incident would be very acceptable. In short,
of fruit
ment tasting ,
and Adam reactionary V. E. Gore ________..:_________ 5.00: was passed over without fur- we need rain, more than we need misrepresentations
was undoubtedly -
because he satisfied with the J. H. Tucker ________________ 10.00 ther unpleasantness.Upon by real estate agents,
glories of Eden was and didn't care to Curry & Smith Cigar Co.______ 5.00 motion of Commissioner Clark who should join the Ananias club. The 'New Russian Tunic l lt
Robertson a resolution was adopted to Some of them are eligible.J. .
Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co.------- 5.00P.
i 1t
make How would the
s .
repeal the objectionable section May 0. Collins was in Orlando trans- t- and
F. Laubach 10.001v ,
News class" the serpent? He started ---------------
all the trouble. H. Brokaw ______________ 5.00 I' 29 if protests sufficient were not received acting business Wednesday. The "New Paquin" 1.
s Feinberg & Gore 5.00 I I in the meantime to sustain the Business also called J. A. Sims to f b -Skirts
-----:-------- ,
o : V. Whitney Wright, Jr. 5.00 council in refusing to take such ac Orlando Saturday.
Under the new primary law those J. Earle Vick ________________ 5.00 II tion. :,. W. H. Phillips ,started for'; his You cannot obtain these
candidates having no opposition are 5.00' Northern home in Middlepoint, Ohio; novelties, in
Charles G. Wescott ___________ the latest
automatically declared to be.nominated Mr. Hauselt _________________ 5.00 Mr: .A. B. Steele is engaged in installing : last evening and his daughter Mrs! any other pattern I t t
and their names will not be Orlando Real Estate Co. ______ 5.00J. the Buchanan system of tax Hecker, left at the same time for her You will be months ahead i

placed upon the ballot. The Sentinel F. Gordon _________________ 5.00 checking for the tax assessor's'officeat .home in Schenectadyr N. Y. in style if you adopt these
wishes to be the first to congratulate Dickson-Ives Co. _____________ 10.00T. the court house. The system was Mrs. Rose Betts and Miss Anna new Fashions. j

Orange county's worthy sheriff, tax S. Abernethy _____________ 5.00G ordered in.by the county commissioners -I;I Betts, of Sidney, Ohio, have been the

collector, tax assessor, treasurer, G. Wright _________:i_____. 5.00 more than a month ago, and the t I guests of their cousin, Mrs. Mary ,F. The FASHION BOOK fl
f county' solicitor, supervisor of regis S.",G. Dolive & Son __________ 5.00 delay in getting the work started was Moon, the past week. They left,here I /
tration, county commissioners and all N. J. Merck _________________ 5.00 due to the fact that Mr. Steele and Monday morning to visit other pointsin for SUMMER ; I ,
F5 k the rest for having been nominated other members of the Buchanan force Florida before returning to their -.Ij-- of the Celebrated # I -1

without a single uneasy moment. Total ____________________$360.00 have been delayed in other counties,I home in Sidney, Ohio. They have
They all led the ticket and secured several of which have installed the spent the winter in Florida and are PICTORIAL REVIEW'PATIERNS
} the greatest majority recordedin i enthusiastic the climate and the .
Buchanan is, over ,
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING TO system. Mr. an experi-I ; .
the for it unanimous. friendly of the .
county sociability
was people.
E MEET AT WEST PALM BEACH enced abstract man, and systemis
Geo. Dennison and wife and Mr. -f trifl be sale May First.
o of of on :
The eighteenth annual meeting of the outgrowth many years I (..
The Times-Union says: "Old Divinity the local assembly of the Daughters experience in such matters. He Free, of Orlando, were Sunday visit- Waist S66S- S cent Order it now. WWt 5S7 S eeah.
Skirt 5744-15
more correctly speaking, HowardH. of the King in Southern Florida will claims for it that it is impossible for ors with Mrs. Mary J. Moon. Skit m S-lS cents

Divinity, an old negro man of the be> held in West Palm Beach tomor- any realty to I escape taxation when
i purely ante-bellum type, is one of the row and Friday, Deaconess Parkhill the assessor employs it in his work.In Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLaney a- t

prominent visitors here at the re and Miss Corinne Robinson leaving one Florida county he placed fifty big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
union. Old Divinity hails from Mc- today to attend it. thousand dollars worth of real estateon I

Comb, Miss., and he is dressed in full Bishop Mann will give an address the books that had not been taxed I If your paper is not delivered

?j regalia of a Confederate soldier. Old tomorrow morning, and there will be for a period of thirty years. Mr. promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Divinity was wounded twice duringthe addresses by some of the clergy of Steele expects the work in Orlando to\ "Merode" I

war, one time at Seven Pines and West Palm Beach and vicinity. keep him here for a month or more. Try the Sentinel Job Department. .rtl t
. I :
> the other time at Chancellorsville. He ,
was during the war the body guard '
'liiMllimMliiililtltMHMIIIIIimiMMIIIIIMIMiilllimilllMIMtitM. i. Hand-Finished
of Capt. William Rea, a dashing
young Virginian. Old Divinity quit- AND ALLEGRETTIWe

ted Virginia some years ago and has '
of late been a resident of Mississippi. keep our Candies on ice during hot summer 4 IJ

His heart turns back, however, to the months. 60.80-$1.00 pound. Try a box.McELROY'S .. _ _
battlefields of Virginia and the battles -
which were fought by the armyof -i. i. PHARMACYPHONE I Vii', Needs No Recommendation t

northern Virginia. There is a pridein I
the life of Old Divinity for he followed -
., both Jackson and Lee." IIMIM Our New


' The Orlando and Indian river high- t Are now in, includ# '

way which has been under discussionfor : ing those for the
some time is at last under con-
' struction and the people along the ,W.R. BATHING
route that will be followed are rejoic- COSTUMES

ing over the prospective early completion Commencement Day-an important event in the

; of the road that will open upa lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
short line to the coast from Orlando appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

'{ giving the people of that city accessto occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
the coast with its bathing and oth Jewelry?

er resort facilities and also openingup

a well settled and fertile country; DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe Our Mail Order DepartmentIs
that will bring to the city named a
profitable trade. The road is being direct the attention of relatives and friends to
built by subscription of the people the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a great help to our out-of-town customers; makeuse

. living along the route of the high- store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- of it whenever you can. Samples or information

way.-Tampa Times.It est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

doesn't require much talk to con- mond or a Dependable Watch' we offer exceptional values Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .

vince people that this road will be of and assortment. invite comparison of values.
great benefit to Orlando. It will give A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

this place an open highway to con- obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

nect with the Miami-Montreal road

at Mims. There is already heavy .

traffic on the national highway, and -__ I .. :',''It-,_

with a sixty foot road opening out to .. -, Dickson-Ives Co.
Orlando with a huge sign post at the .
junction to point the way the traffic
turned in this direction will amountto

no little in the course of a season.
Aside from this the road gives a

shorter route..by twenty miles or more
to the coast, and when the volume 'of the Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE

travel from Orlando to the coast dur- ,
ing the summer is considered the save .
ing is worth while. And besides aU]
this the trade territory opened up OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE aAvea e rlan

from which Orlando merchants may

draw is probably the most impellingreason EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING i
should contribute to the cause.

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..'" ... ..' 1 1 II || Open Admission 9 a. m. to 5 10:30 cents P. M. i "Col UGl I It llAton's"Commencement) t

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:. We hereby give due notice,to all con :III:: BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAM __ 1'''

: cerned that our men will maintain an in- : :: : "A Coincidental Bridegroom. A
.. REAL ESTATE Powers drama with Edwin August

spection with orders to shut off without : :: -- playing"Snobbery.the leading" Nestor role.drama. A lost Time

notice and all water services using : :: a pawn ticket to the apprehension of
any 6oo acres south of Winter society thief. Ill Is Here
II "Getting Rid of His Mother-in-

sprinklers or hose out of the hours pre Garden and :west of husband Law." An Imp. comedy. Neither
or wife find pleasure in the Want a present for that one
: : Gotha, including 10 acre presence of the girl's mother. They
scribed by the city and this company., The I hire a cowboy to get rid of her. He who graduates? You can getit
entire .
orange grove. does, and now the young couple are
happy(? at our store without
) any
A of will be made tract covered with :J
: charge $1.00 on I --- trouble and but little ex
timber. Two ---
yellow pine }
: each case for turning the service on again. { : miles of lake shore. LAST LUNCHEON GIVEN BY THE pense.


4-23-1 D D
Every Graduate
r -- The last of a series of pretty lunch
."IIII. II'IIIIIIIIII' eons was given yesterday by the do

: rl n w mr & Lil t Co.WADE i i BAPTIST AN ENJOYABLE YOUXG PEOPLE EVENING SPEND school mestic the, science daintily the guests class appointed who of the were table Cathedral seatedat being I. should that they have can something keep for years now,,

: Mrs. Cameron Mann, Mrs. Henry to remind them of{ friends,

., ..1'. The regular monthly business meeting Remsen, Miss Emma Gray, Mrs. Jes loved ones and the happiest
sie M. Thayer, Mrs. C.
G. Wescott,
lillMll.lliMtllltlltMltMMMIIM ; of the Baptist Young People'sUnion days of their life.
.1111111111111.1111111111111..111111111111111111111.. Mrs. R. P. Cobb.
was held at the church last
The color scheme was andthe
evening, during which reports from green
Attorneys D. C. Hull and Isaac S. all branches of the work were heard. names of the guests were letteredin 11
green on white cards, which Allen & CO.
,. Stewart, of DeLand, are in Orlando Dr. E. T. Poulson gave lecture on bound by ribbon. were ,
in attendance upon the circuit court "Training in Church Membership,"
THE TUNER The meal was prepared by the
j sessions. using as a specific subject "The Bible U Jewelers
ORLANDO, FLA. class, and was served by Misses
Mrs. W. L. Ward and daughter, the Only Rule of Faith and Practice." Helen and Grace Warlow, Jane Green,

Mrs. J. H. Walker, who have been After the lecture a social hour was and Miss Nelle Kinzel. Those assist Prompt Repairing.

spending the winter with their uncle, enjoyed by the members and refreshments ing Miss
Holly the kitchen
Miss Ernestine Crux is spendingthe Mayor E. F. Sperry, left yesterday of cream and cake were served. Misses Dorothy Johnson and Marian were : Everything Guaranteed.

week with relatives down at[I for their home at Boston, Mass. Thirty members were present, and all Jones. The \
menu consisted of
Tampa.Mrs. had a pleasant and profitable evening. cream
I Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood, of Ocala, of pea soup, saltines, broiled lamb
The Sentinel force rememberedin
J. B. ,Lawton, Jr., returned t[will arrive in Orlando today to attend was chops, creamed potatoes, asparagus
with of the
last evening from Jacksonville, where, the State Medical association, a delightful way some tips in crustades, olives, pickles, nut "

she had been visiting relatives. I which meets here todav. Thev- will .refreshments,. ., .., and... .the. ... workers-- feel. brpt_.--.., h"nwn?.v...* h"vicau", A, omiicu.....", ..1 green_ __:_ .------ ---II w-.ft w_ .
I w -- l1Ke voting the K. Y. r. U. a resolution pepper Iiiiiii i I AV --- ..w
make their home at the San Juan. salad, cheesed wafers, marshmallow .
Mrs. S. S. Hawkins, of Little Rock,I of thanks with three cheers anda -- --------- -
Ark., is in Orlando ofor a few days Messrs. W. Branch, Jr., and Harold tiger thrown in for good measure. pudding, salted almonds, white HMlMIIHIMIIItlMI Hiiiiiiiiimmiim

stay, a guest at,. the' San o.Juan. hotel. I Johnson will leave on May 21st cake.

the Word arrival has of a been baby: received boy*! at the.here homeof of i for month's Boston vacation., where They they will expect spend to go a MRS. .WATSON ENTERTAINEDU. ,TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB MEETS 4 PICNIC.I L LUNCHES[

to Lawrenceville, Mass., on June 3rd D. C. AT HER HOME WITH MRS GASTON EDWARDS
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robinson, in,II to attend the Beers-Whitcomb nup-

Jacksonville. tials. \ The monthly meeting of the Annie The members of the T. B. C., with

Mrs. W. T. Knight, of Dubbs, Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. was one table of guests, were pleasantly
and Mrs. T. T. Thompson and Can be made quickly if you use
Miss., and Miss Willie Roach, of Aus- children held yesterday at the home of Mrs. entertained yesterday by Mrs. GastonH.
Ruth and Ross, leave today
tin,'Iiss., are in Orlando, guests at for Brownsville, Pa., where they will W. P. Watson. The program which Edwards. Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex
the San Juan.G. followed the business session was one Mrs. Woodruff won a pretty Dresden -

Z. Phillips, assistant general spend Thompson the are summer.popular Mr.members and Mrs.of I.of unusual interest and enjoyed by a candle stick, the club prize, and Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese,

passenger' agent of the S. A. L, was I I the "Pennsylvania colony" of Orlando, number of guests as well as mem- Mrs. Haden won the guest prize, a Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles, bulk, bottle

in town yesterday looking after busi and will build a home here on their bers. Mrs. Overstreet gave a delightful dainty vanity case.

ness matters. return in the fall. paper on the life of Alexander The hostess, aided by her sister, or cans, Southern Cross Sardines.No .

Stephens, followed by a short talk by Mrs. McEwan, served
Miss Margaret Hart returned home Among the doctors arriving in the Mrs. Lula H. Lawrence, who spoke course. temptingcream fake about our ads. We sell what we advertise.
last night from Jacksonville, where city yesterday to attend the State
:most entertainingly of the recent Con- The
players were Mrs. A. D. Mallory
she attended the Confederate Veerans' t- Medical association which meets here -
federate reunion at Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Mrs. Algernon
today were Gerry R. Holden, John C.
Leiper, a sister of Mrs. A. G. Haden, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Mrs. J.

and Mrs. Chas. S. Powell, Cunningham Branham, by request, told of the, work S. McEwan, Mrs. Cameron Mann, THE SANITARY GROCERY
DeLand, came down yesterday to
; being done by the Daughters at her | Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Miss Kilmer, Mrs.
the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Mobile Ala.; C. H. Ryalls, Zellwood; home Little
Ark. Seth Woodruff, Mrs. Ed. Hauselt and
J. H. Dean Lucerne Circle. J. G. DuPuis Lemon CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
on City; E. C. McConnell -I I Mrs. Watson, aided by her laughter Mrs. Chester Goodrich.

Mr. R. N. Clapp, a prominent busi DeLand; William R. Warren,, -in-law, Mrs. Blythe Watson, and I

ness man from St. Paul, Minn., ar Key West; H. K. DuBois, Port Or] Mrs. George McCulloch, served salad, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 200 6 &; 8 E. Pine Street

rived in the city last night on a visit ange C. G. Roeber, Fort Pierce; J. C.! sandwiches, iced tea, cake and bon -

to his nephew, Mr. L. L. Payne.Mr. Davis, Quincy; J. Harris Pierpont,! bons. FOR RENT-House
close in
to business
Allan Cohoon returned home They are registered at One June 3rd, the birthday of Jefferson section. Partly furnished. 19

1.. last night from a successful three the San Juan. Davis, the local chapter will Gould street. 5-13-31 1 FUNERAL DESIGNS

months' tour of the states in the interest give a program at the home of Mrs.

t of the Cohoon Packing com BEERS-WHITCOMB J. T. Fuller, on Lucerne Circle. WISH or near TO Orlando PURCHASE or Winter property Park on in ..IIII.QIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIII
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pany. I Invitations have been received by monthly payments. Small house.

Mr. J. N. McElroy is having the friends in this city to the wedding of UNITY CIRCLE Any size plot from few lots to five THE MIKADO
Miss Vivian or ten acres. Address Henry Slater White Star Market
Beers ,
hallways of the Empire building to Mr. Emmons J. Lake Pickett, Fla. Reserved seats on sale Tuesday
treated to a metal wall covering. Whitcomb, which will take place on Unity Circle will meet at Unity DUREN & COMPANY, Proprietors morning at 9 o'clock at Estes' drug

which adds greatly to the general ap June third, at Lawrenceville, Mass. Chapel today at 3:30. Program in FOR SALE-Instantaneous hot water store. Prices 75c and $1. 10-2t

pearance. The bride-to-be spent two wintersin charge of Mrs. Gore. heater for bath room; bargain price.
Orlando as instructor in the music Can be seen at 411 South Main street. of Saratoga chips fresh every day,
Rev. C. 0. Groves returned yesterday "-13-3t
department of the Cathedral school, EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE nice and crisp. Try them. Gordon's
to his home at Memphis, Tenn.,. -
and is not only a brilliant pianist, buta Bakery. 586tWITII
after a few days visit with his parents LOST-Glasses; double lense; hook
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Groves, on very beautiful, and charming girl, The regular meeting of the Equal over the ear; gold frame; lady's.
DeLaney street. and made many friends during her Suffrage League will be held this Return to 412 South Main, or this LATEST TYPE FACES AND
stay here. office, and receive reward. 5133tEat SKILLED WORKMENthis
morning 10 o'clock in Unity !.
Mr. ,and Mrs. C. G. Wescott will Chap
office is prepared to do the finestof
leave today for Nashville and from what you want
Eat what you wantEat Mendelssohn club member ticketsare job printing of every description.We .
Eat all
there will to Detroit you
go where Mr.Wescott's all want.
good for general admission only] a postscript and forget it. are proud of the work we do,
the spring horses races. will be entered in For sale a postscript by all dnrggists.and forget it. I and must be presented at Estes' drugstore For sale by all druggists.1.7d&W.1. y. and we are always willing to put on

l-7-d&w-lyr for reserve coupons. that extra few minutes which will

give your work that touch of individ-
Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
it n .IMMIIIIIIIIMM for prices on Cow Peas 429mJob uality and distinctiveness without
IMMMMIMMMHMMMIM which publicity matter loses the
printing at the Sentinel greater part of its value. And our

At The Lucerne Today. their first visit at the ex- prices are no higher. Phone 24.

I treme cleanliness of this mar
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ket, for it :is not just ordi-

, SACRIFICE SALEfORD I narily clean, but immaculately Fruit, farm, garden land, orange
groves and other property. If inter-
That fact lot
) RUNABOUTA so. means a ested, address A. B. A.,. care Sentinel.
to a woman who likes to 5-6-lw-d&w

f "Town Of Nazareth," a beautiful two reel American feature. brand new runabout for J know that what she eats is
:First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's
from kind of
sale at a sacrifice. Come and any pollu
Repair Shop o Court St.
"Our Mutual Girl, one reel of styles and latest fads Reliance: see it.COOK. tion. A visit to this meat 12-5-tf.
# market will satisfy the most '
"School Days, a very pretty love comedy Pilot. The "Pa- fastidious.
CO. Shoe
Phone 23 | Repairing f
jama girls" and the
"Missing corsets" will
surely make 5-12-3t 48 W. Church St. 56tfI I LbPARCELPOST I

you laughThursday IMMMtltMIIIMilliMIMtlltiillilllMIMi .

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. .Hand's Men's Half Soles, TSC to 850 i

I I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75e ', ',
Thrust Ot Hate another
Eclectic. T. F. HOURIHAN : Children's Half Soles, SOc to 7Se } \
Sentinel want ads.
are get-
money Hand Turned
Soles, $Loo <
Licensed Plumber and ters. Try them.'OSTEOPATHY. Heels Repaired, 25e:

Sanitary Engineer
All work returned in 24 hours.
j Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Ordtrs without remittance returned -
Children 5 Cents Promptly Attended to. C. 0. D. We pay
I return postage.

Balcony: 5 Cents t" 106 PHONE Court 629 Street :I DR. J. C .HOWELL

I Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment A. Hanson

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I: No extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine ."

: 4211mMIMHMHtlHtlimitH: Telephone connections ORLANDa StreetFLORIDA
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Office cor. Orange Ares.
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DEMOCRATS AND PROHIBITIONIt Thomas J. Peters, known as Flori- "--
da's tomato king, is now engaged in

ought not to be very difficult fora shipping his crop of tomatoes, which .

Democratic congressman who be- amounts to 262,000 crates. He has How

lieves in the fundamental principles 300 men and women employed pickingand
Notices of Lest Wanted. For Sale, For
F of the Democratic party to make up packing the crop and his pay rolls Rent, etc., for this column. 25c for one day.
T' his i te for three days, or 11.00 for one week lorI
mind how
to vote on the Hobson $5,000 a week.Programs .
%i words or leu. Money must accompany
resolution submitting a prohibition the advertisements for this column, u nonsertions Would YouBetter
will be made on credit.
amendment to the federal constitu are out for the thirty-

; tion. first annual commencement of John FOR SALE I

A Democrat can believe in local B. Stetson university. The exercises An elegant modern home; four bedrooms -

option or county option or even in begin Friday evening, May 22, lasting ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity Yourself?

! state-wide prohibition as a measure through Tuesday, the 26th. Many flowers.throughout 509 East;Central fruit trees avenue.and

; of moral expediency; but he can not will graduate from this famous insti- 2-15-tf.

} believe in a national prohibition law tution.

L based on a national prohibition FOR SALE If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

Y' Amendment. OWNERS OF ORANGE GROVESWe four Nursery stock old ,buds one, two Foster, three and we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of
That same principle applies to the year ; Early,
suffrage question too. are prepared to do spraying of Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washngton superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we:
Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahl
groves in this vicinity. Call and see *:
Ever since there was a Democratic Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf are all right, then why not put us to the test. I

party, Democrats have relegated such US'J.. SCHNAAR & CO., I

issues to the states, and maintainedthe -9-d&w-6-l Orlando, Fla. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one

sovereignty of the states in ordering acre in bearing orange grove; six This
F acres cleared; part of land suitablefor Way \
their own domestic affairs and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR gardening and trucking; heated .

in establishing the qualifications for, half mile from city limits on public r
' voting. REPRESENTATIVE road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

Every state has power to enact a I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative care Bex 431. city. 3-10-tf Your doctor gives you a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your ..
from Oranp'couRt1., subject totile -
prohibition law for the control of its action of the Democratic primary to bel4JUM2nl FOR SALE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties

'' to own admit people.women Every to state the has suffrage.power J.H. REESE. Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 weekly YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have-

FOR REPRESENTATIVE no interest. saved the trouble of going to doctor
That is enough. your again.
Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12
Many Democratic states have prohibition I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for RepCMntative to acres land, lake front $1,250.

z laws. Some of the states in the action of the Democratic primary to be 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or-
he'4 Jose %DeL lando. $10 per acre. I NOT THE I
which vote Democratic DOCTORS
are ; S.S. GRIFFIN. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. FAULT .

but if prohibition and suffrage are to $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
be recognized as pertinent national FOR REPRESENTATIVE A. LEWTER.

issues, the states might as well be Representative hereby announce fr.m Orange myself a county candidate for the for &w.lm But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drug

dismantled first as last and all pow- next session of the Florida Legislature subset
4 ers of government centralized in to the Democratic primary to be held FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
June 2nd. bargain; recently completely overhauled -
doctor wrote it.
Washington.-New York World. C. P. DICKINSON. and your
made good as new in every -
.k FOR REPRESENTATIVE part;; guaranteed first class condition -

THE VOTING REMEDYBy Yielding to what appears to be the desire ; must be sold at once, even at m
of leading citizens in almost every preset sacrifice. Come, or address, White
Walt Mason of Orange county that one of the candidates Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. Don't :t
If voting could make us joyous, to be>> nominated for Representative 4-23-tf I Forget
in the primary election of June 2nd should
we'd all be gay as geese; no trouble be from the country PftC Bcta. I hereby an- I
FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat I
would e'er annoy us, and there'd be ounce myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. a bargain. Am returning North.j it

no end of peace. The orators oft implore tan 2,500 miles; complete oversizetires ,
FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB I That a "few pounds. of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost
Hartford shock absorbers : maybe
us to vote for some certain LIC INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 and
pay, and then all the woes that bore demountable rims. o. L. Gooden,i dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peon
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Orlando, Fla. 5-7-lw
r us will wither and blow away. We vote election as a Member of the County Board. of pie, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
Public Instruction from District No. 2 Orange
as we are requested, the jay to an of County Florida. FOR' SALE-Or exchange for city
fice goes, and still we are all infestedby M. M. SMITH. property, a gray Buick, four cylinder -it chanies this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

numerous griefs and wo s. Welist MEMBER BOARD'-Of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Church, perfect street.condition. Max Isen 5-9-3t, 601 these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople t

y to the language jammers, who labor I hereby anneonoe' myself as a candidate who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
!, with tireless jaws, when we for re-election to the office of Member ei FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Alabama -
BMr4 of Piblie Instruction, Orange County ,
or plows or saws. I look on my item District No. S, subject to the coming hound. Address I. Turner,

home-it's paid for-my garden with rimary. Very respectfully.WM.. EDWARDS.. Apopka--, Fla. 5-12-lw
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beans and peas; my ponies, you'd ZeUweod.. Fla. FOR SALE

, like to trade for-and voting broughtnone
. of these. I look on my well set ,I hereby 'announce myself u a candidate A new dinner set; choice design; a DeLaney &
for re-electien to the office of Supervisor *f bargain. Call phone 376. 5-12-2t Abernethy
table, with beefsteak_ and pie and tegistnttoo for Orange County subject to
the Democratic primary te be held June tad i
cheese, and 'hould.be faMe LOST-Two Airdale
,a measly m(. terriers; weigh
.p to'say that my vote brought FRANK H. WILLIAMS. about 35 pounds each; names'Sandy"
these. I look of and "Michael." Reward. Dow tOe Store. Orlando Florida
on my pile stove FOR SHERIFFI 2. Beeman. 5-12-tf ,
s wood, which says that I shall not hereby announce myself as a candidate t
for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
Jfreeze, and nary a truthful cove Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1114. WANTED-Three or four people to .

would say voting brought sticks like FOR SHERIFF FRANK GORDON. take "booster trip" to Miami; rea- -- -

these. My pipe-dreaming neighbor sonable proposition. Address Jack Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
: I announce myself as a candidate for the Darling city, or phone St. Charles
hollers, "Come in, the voting's fine!" office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, hotel. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
and ubject to the Democratic primary. I am a 5-12-31 Look through your desk and see if
I/labor the '
earn and native of Orange county. In asking the votes OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
pickle the same in brine. My load I of my fellow citizens. I pledge myself to discharge FOR RENT Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
the duties of the office without fear
I am daily toting with chortles in-: or favor to any man for the upholding of the --- at 24 and we will call, get your
t, stead of tears; that's better than aH l lan'and the preservation of peace and good FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
order in the county. at the lowest price consistent with
! the voting you'll do in a thousand WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. -house on Lake Eola. References -
high work. It
F requireed. Apply P. 0. Box Next door to People's Bank, grade will receive our

years. FOR COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 503. 5-10-3t. up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

WANTED-Reliable party to occu- diseases treatedTelephone Write F. F. Dutton Sanford Fla.
4 1 I hereby announce myself as a candidate ,
Looks like we might get some kind for the office of Member of the Count r py house during summer months. DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
Board of Public Instruction from School 578.
Crates. 4-29m
of sensation out of all this speechmaking Board District N*. S, subject to the actionf Centrally located, three blocks from Pepper __ *
tour through the fourth dis the Democratic primary, June 2nd. 1914. postoffice. Address D, Box 298, city. OPTOMETRIST r
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to
5-8-3t Up to date (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarma'l'
trict. the educational interests of the county and painting, papering, etc., '
faithful service. is the kind you want. Where to get Repair Shop.
C. H. GALLOWAY. FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Great preparations being madein nished at South Lake Entrican. bicycle lined ina
FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC and South 1-20-tf If you want your
Paisley for the coming Sunday: INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT \0.2I streets, very nice lower flat; has five Put money in thy purse. by adver- hurry take it to Warman Repair
and bath Auto Livery. 4-25-tf 12'5-tf-
school rooms and all modern eon- Shop.
anniversary May 23rd. tising in the Sentinel.
hereby announce myself as candidate for veniences. Address
rtv the office of Member of the County Board (If Lake Davis. C. Goesswein, u ______n __ __ ___ _____________ _.._ --.- --
Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo. 4-16-tf

CATARRU VICTIMS primary.S. subject June to 2nd.the 1914.action of If the elected Democratic I will TO LET-Lower apartment, No. i 8 J:1111111111111111t: \ ,\,,\ \\\\\\\Htt \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\,\\\\;

t give due attention to the work of the office Jackson street; partly furnished; toIT'S
and endeavor to be fair to all the school
USE HYOMEI-YOU BREATHE IT. interests of the county. all improvements; up to date; inspec-
Kr J. B. REDDITT. tion invited. See owner, J. A. Pruyn, HOUSE
Its only the for right catarrh to the, but point for remedynot head FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER New Grand hotel. 5-12-31 TIME TO TAKE UP THE

colds sniffles bronchitis
laryngitis I am a candidate for the office of County FOR RENT-A well furnished
or croup of children. You breathe it t Commissioner of Orange county from seven-

.N -no is and gives You entirely economical.tomach instant will harmless like dosing.and Hyomel Money lasting, pleasant refunded It relief not to,only use but bMcElroy's V, the lided people District people.to here to%know.the a If number best the elected Deeds of Respectfully of I my promise A.of years ability C.the,STARBIRD,I to section having am serve qualified and the re- close veniences 5-12-3t FOR room in RENT-Two;house,rent on ,reasonable.North with office all Orange modern Phone spaces avenue con-333.in; f FURNISHING R I 1 6 Q QUESTION[ I IN R REAL[ l lE.A.E

benefitted. Pharmacy if you are not Apopka, Fla. our store at No. 9 W. Church street

Come in and we will show Pierce
Hyomei is a combination of anti- FOR COMMISSIONER you. '
---- Electric Co. 3-29-tf
sepetic oils that mixes with the air f heaUDelUltfi c-yrelf a candidate lor : EST
and re-election u Commissioner from District No.
quickly reaches the irritated and
S. Orange county. Florida subject to the TO RENT-Some very desirable modern -
inflamed membrane of the nose. It's action of the Democratic primary to be hell houses.

sure diately-you and safe feel healing better begins at imme June fad 1914. J. L. DILLARD. 4-26-tf Daetwyler, phone 563. b Our stock Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

If suffering from watery eyes once., husky FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER The Keystone has been thoroughly delight; it is.a. pleasure to select from them, and an added

that voice stopped-up, discharge feeling.from, try the Hyome nose or' for I hereby County announce Commissioner myself, Orange u a candidate County cleaned and renovated and will open pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona

now-today. All druggists sell it i District Four, subject to the action of the to the public Saturday, May 9. A ble in sense of the word.
Democratic primary June 2nd. 1914. I win every
Ask for the complete outfit-$1.00 dinner will be served Sunday.
greatly appreciate your support
Pine Castle Fla.

announce to the myself office as of a Coamty candidate ConunissioB for reelection .- AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -

For SaleI or, Orange County District Five, sUbject Florida Meat Market. Fresh meats
Jane to the tad decision 1914. of the Democratic primary. of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- \ \ clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

Respectfully, son. Your patronage solicited. S.

have the following I Ft. Christmas Fla. E. L. BROWN i Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm | | feature to you

properties which I offer I PROPERTY the '
vicinity of New !
at ATTRACTIVE PRICK I hereby announce my candidacy for the York city, with residence, to exchange .
prior to going north: office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject for Orlando property on cash
to the action of the Demoeraite primary valuation. J. M., 307 West street, *
k One California Bungalow called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated ud Orlando, Fla. 5.3-lm-dk W
elected. pledge yon my faithful service.
; one two-story house ARTHUR BUTT.
Spray material, insecticides and
(corner lot.) Intending FOR COMMISSIONER fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San Kincaid & SnowdenFurniture
I hereby announce myself a candidate for ford, Fla. Write for
buyers will do well to get I re-election as County Commissioner from prices and lit-
in touch with District No. 1 of Orange county subject to erature. -29-lm..
me on the action of the primary of June 2nd. You -
above support will be greatly appreciated.M. We insure your life and loan you
properties whichare
0. OVERSTREET. money on real estate at 6 per cent
both new and well interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co, of Character

located. I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. .
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the 3-25-d&wtf
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. .
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FOR TAX COLLECTORI Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
hereby aanoanet myself as a candidate Abernethy, druggists.
i 3.13-
306 ANDERSON STREET for reelection to the office of Tax CoUecto
Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
of Orange County subject to tie Democrat ; ,
primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If....
your garden from DeLaney
elected I pledge to you my faithful service -I
.t ibtevr li tii"ei t & Abernethy. Just received
I have endeavored to Ice tw a
u r "m t
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TIMES ARE DULL spotting. It is necessary to punish

I In every efficient and progressive violation of rules or dishonesty, but it :
Leslie's Weeldy contains a very illuminating establishment the merit system is applied is also necessary to encourage good GROVE THE MARKETOf

editorial on the business as a matter of course. That is, work, to reward particular efficiency,
policy to be pursued when times are men are appointed and promoted solely to co-operate with nature in selectingthe

dull. It says: on the basis of fitness, ability and fit.-Chicago RecordHerald.Bean Cleanliness Of Quality \
The thoughtful man thinks ahead. Ten beautiful lake
successful performance of their func- I I acres on
The prudent man profits by his abilityto tions.; It follows that some method of Cuke and Potato hampers 9
two and half miles from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
forecast the future as well as to 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, one -
;discovering merit has to be adopted. Fla 429m.
scrutinize the present. One of the Not all capable and efficient employes, court house in the fastest grow- FISH AND GAME ,

most prominent advertisers in the I high or low, are in a position to pro- SEED! SEED! SEED! ing section of Orange County,
country says he makes it a rule to claim their merit, or to make the sit- Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
increase his advertising appropriation uation proclaim it for them. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-if Seven hundred orange and grape
and he I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresb
whenever business The Canadian Pacific railroad, it is. fruit trees. Five hundred in
doubles and trebles it in times of severe -' Keep up with the times in whichwe and pure.
I reported, has created a new type of"spotter" full bearing. This grove is a
business' depression. This is his live. You can do so for 10 centsa
: for the of discover-
i logical conclusion: "The new cus- ing modest and obscure purpose merit and insuring week by reading the Morning Sen- big paying proposition. Owner We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

tomers I get when times are hard it reward and recognition. This tinel. getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
tomers that I get when times are I
travels like the
spotter ordinary va- Present on trees indicate
hard, ,I always keep ,when times be- riety of that species, but instead of REMEMBERThat crop
come good. They come to me largely looking for lapses, failures, errors, he we have every facility for turn- two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
ing out neat printing of all kinds.
from those who lose them because
looks for evidences of zeal, industry, $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on I
fail to continue their publicity Letter heads, bill heads, office stationery -
they loyalty method, system, progressiveness.
campaigns. A business depression in ,The men reported by him are- etc., furnished at the lowest terms. H. M. Self & Co.
first class work will ,
this country never lasts long and it is I prices permit. I
placed jn the line of promotion.
always seed time for me. The harvest Many industries and establishments I Cooper $ Atha : PINE STREET
follows when prosperity re- I Subscribe for the Sentinel.

turns." It is a wise man who knows Phone No. 80
114 South Orange Ae, Ground Floor
his own business better than the oth-

There is a lesson in this logic that
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ture. It is the business he will get [i :

next year and five years from now For Sale We Will Put the Reinsof i
that will take care of his future. If

he can "cinch" that business now, he -- :
is the wise man who does it.Penstcola ::1. Success in Your

Journal Just arrived car load Modern 8-room :.

FORDS for immediate House 2 doors : HandsHow

QUICK RELiEF delivery.Get west of Wyom- ? By furnishing you witha

. STOMACH MISERY[ yours nowF. III. ing Hotel. Bar- :I_ perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative *'

e : I call He will '
Jli-o-na Will put your Sour, Gassy, G. RUSH, on you. give you a
Upset Stomach in OrderIf I i ZZCZZZZZE Z ZZSZZZLI
,. formula that will make and
you are a stomach sufferer do Phone 226 mature
not despair-immediate, safe and sure I: :I A. L. Bentley, :
relief is at hand. Mi-o-na Stomach your fruit
Tablets, sold in fifty-cent boxes at : 10 E AMELIA AVENUE -
all drug stores are a specific foroutofglider
stomachs. d .111111111111111111111111. :
Mi-o-na is not only a quick diges-
tive, but a stimulant and strengthener .
of the stomach walls. It in- Don't wait for every one in town to I'
creases the flow of digestive fluids have Entrican, the painter, before : T ut rn f Ferlilizei'r Cot
soothes the irritated membrane ana you try. Am too busy to look you I ,
puts the stomach in shape to do the up. Phone 636, and I will be on the t

work nature intended.If with job. 1-20-tfj i ; ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA"llllllllllllllllllle'I"'III'llllllllllllllllllllt
suffering indigestion, dyspepsia
r gastritis, or any of the var-
ious forms of stomach misery, usu- '
Who is your painter and decoratw?
ally indicated by nervousness, distress -
after-eating,headache, dizziness, If you are satisfied keep the one you Sentinel want advertising serves The Sentinel is the newsiest ai4 i
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrictn,
or sour stomach, do not wait, do not
No. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally lest printed daily in Central Florida
suffer needlessly-take Mi-o-na today -
McElrors rrarmacy sells it.0 on -
money back if not satisfied plan. ,. .. >MMMMMMMtlHIMMMIMmillllllltlt< ,.
To the West and NorthwestVIA

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Washington, May 11.-Represents- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND W. M. SLEMONSNew
tive L'Engle of Florida in a letter to
Postmaster ATLANTIC
General Burleson made SOUTH LIMITED

public today' attributes to parcel, post
shipments of and
oranges grapefruit
a, remarkable increase in postoffice Limited.Duct Dixie F17er.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Goods Arriving DailyWe

business at Tropic, Fla., a fourth class y Orlando A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13 pm Y Orlando ........................ 3:13 pmr
JacbonYille. A. C. 1..... 1:45am 1:30pm.. JacbonYllle ..................... 1:50pmY
postoffice. The average receipts at Jacbonrl11e. A. C. L... 1:35am 8:25 pm y JacbonUle. A. C. 1. ........... 8:16pm .
Tropic for the ending March y Wayerau A. C. L..11:50am 105 pm y Wa'cross. A. C. 1. .............1O:20pz
quarter r Macon G. S. I: F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. I: F. .............. 1:46am
31 for the past three years have been r Atlanta C. of GL...... 1:03pm 'l:2Sus r Atlanta. C. of Ga .......,...... 1:1.S amr
r Knoxville. 1. AN. ............. !:19
only $30. This year they are $253. Chattanooga W. I: A..1Z:18 am 11:55 am r Corbin 1. I: N. ................ 11&pm
r Nubvtlle N. C. I: St. 1. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louieville 1. A N. .............. 9:00pm t
JOBS-AS IF BY MAGIC! Ar Sl lAIuts. I.c. I: 1. I: N. Z:5Opm 'Z:20 am r Indianapolis U&. LAr ............ 1:50 am
Lexington 1. a N. ............ ':50 pm sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Ar Hopkinuille 1. I: N........... 61 pm Ar Cincinanti, 1. N. ............. 8:50 pm
Think of the possibility of a man l.r Evansville 1. AN..... i:2Sam 9:25pm r KalalllUOO, G. R. d<: L ..........1:20pm I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
IAr Terri Haute. C. A E. L.l:10pm 1:01am _r Grand Rapids, G. R. A; L ....... %:(5 pm
getting out of and
employment" today, Ar Chicago Co A E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland,Big Four ............. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
by inserting a "want ad. in the Sen-

,tinel, securing a position before to- DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
morrow's sun has gone to rest! Solid train. composed of section drawin- Solid train. COMp06ed of electric lighted
This is happening in Orlando quite ellS Zoom and sleeping dining tars car, observation between Jacksonville cempartmellt and dra1nnr.room Pullman blccpiag ear and coach- & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
often. Truly the Sentinel "want ad."I Chicago and section drawuur-room sleeping ... between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
ar between Jacksonville and St. 1Aluis. Jacksonville .ouiniIle
ana Indianapolis:
Is o
a wonder.
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
No secret about its success. The Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping ear between
Sentinel reaches the class and the artment observation sleepers and elect1ic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
irhted section drawinl-room lleepen. First- '
best of the mass. lass coachft: and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car WIas SLEMONS
ens meal a 1& earth lervke between Atlanta and Cincinnati. .

Eight pupils from the
Gwynne Institute in Fort Myers last W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket AEent.D.. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. i

Monday night. Atlantic Coast Line Orlando 4411111..tI..I""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIII.,1111111 111111111111111II


: \ ,

Orlando public school question
hag figured so much in the daily
I Ivompt AttentionQ llnilorm CourteSJ prints that I feel like offering an
apology to the newspapers and the
Details ;; fAll '
public for adding to it And only do
so, briefly, to state the position of the ,
board of the special tax district recently -

elected, after having read the .\',' ;. : '..::::....:.; ,' tMIIMIMMMIIIIMilMMMMMM
article by Mr. Giles.

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO cially This knowing board went nothing into about office the offi-details ,ir: ,

of the trouble between the coun- : ; "
i :: :
d ty superintendent and the county :: 'I .
board of public instruction, though 1 t. :H .
EXPERIENCE COUNTS IN MONEY MAT- they individually had personal knowledge ;'. '". .--""",,,,,", <.
of the main features. !'-'
TERSTo .: .
They were in no way prejudiced
s bank here means that your affairs are and went to work with their eyes '
>' in the custody of an old, experienced financial open and made a thorough study of # :+ THAT FLAG
the actual conditions as they existed.
institution, established in 1893.It They found the school term nearingthe : :; stands for the protection of life -

has been in business here continuously close and the work bang done of :: and property of American Citizens '
the very highest order and althoughit
since its organization. The officers and directors
was intimated that even at this everywhere !
a are men who know thoroughly the business late date the school plan adopted by ; and
t the former trustees and county board
needs and demands of our communitytheir
might be changed and the schools '. same Government protects
< knowledge and advice is yours for the scattered, they believed such a course their finances when entrusted to
asking. radically absurd and that it would .
destroy the consecutive work of the to this "National" Bank, which is

term. under Government supervision
'!' Therefore, the trustees approvedthe :,; i'
report of the principal of the ,,. ..
schools for payment of teachers' salaries '. .
by the county board, as the only '... ...

.} I sensible and reasonable thing. ..,.... .... .....'.,; ",.:.''., t" .. .:,:,'::.
When the county superintendentstill <
refused his signature to the .... : :;;:,: V<< ;: ;;
--- teachers' warrants. the trustees paid d _
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MIMillMIIIIMIIIIIIMHIMI him a friendly visit and urged, since .. .. .. .-.. .. -. ':-.. -.-. .-.-.- . __, i __ '?
he might claim, if he would, that he "
t \ had vindicated his idea, he could sign ..... .... ... .. '. '' '' ,.,.. ".:
the warrants, under protest, and thus :: ti G ( :

P.x w5 H NO W I IS THE TIM otherwise closed imminent relieve for the danger the want serious final of of situation work the funds schools,of and and the being that en the ,. .'D. ':, >.:' :' .. ." :" ,.: .D- t .I rtt. ." ;.:.:. 0: .

tire school :-.'::rt.: ;:.. ., : : ::.:;: : <... .:. .' ," .
: : :
3 term would be destroyed; : { : : ? } :: : '.- ::: .' : :. ..:.: <:"i(,:: ;
but he refused to help out in adjustment

of the matter, and the only ..
thing left was the recommendation to
close the schools, which calamity was 4
3 happily averted by the action of our HIMMMMIMMIMI MHMMMIMMMMItltMHitfff If Mill
public spirited teachers in agreeing :
to continue the work with the hope
that adjustment will. be had and the :
a pay forthcoming. 4 4 The Grand Theatre
Respectfully, :
C. E. HOWARD, : '



The library committee_ of the Soro- 1. Today'

i May 14 sis club, realizing the importance of : *
providing children with good reading : '
ffit matter, has added a number of new : "Sealed Orders, drama, Lubin, two parts. .
t- volumes to their already large collection "
of books for young people and :
We have only a few Ranges will) make a special rate of fifty cents : "The Winning Hand," drama, Pathe.
for six months
a library ticket to :
left 'now and they are going fast children. : A."Reggie
Another addition which will be a I The Man "
| Squaw comedy i Kalemr full reel.
so if you want 20 per cent off source of both help and pleasure I to :
all the library patrons,but more especially : Very amusing.
i to students and club women, is :
on a new Range, or if you wantservice the subscription recently made to the I ,1

"Reader's Guide to Periodical Liter :
your pipes put in ture." The Guide for 1913 has been :

received.'and other issues will folio w. : eal Music IWH S a Special feature
1F This book is one of the most valuable :
reference works ever published, and
contains the titles of all articles on :
s FREE[[ Of CHARGE[ current topics published in almost one :

hundred of the best magazines of the : "ZINGO-Friday May 15
The ,
day. value of the Guide may ,
readily be seen, as any one wishing :

4t t Now is the time to come around I I to recent prepare discussion a paper, may on a quickly subject obtain under :: Matinee 3:30: to 5:30: Night 7 to 10.

the name and date of a periodical in :
and give us your order. which an article on that subject has '
been reproduced. Children 5c Adults lOc
,The officers of the Sorosis club are :
Irs. A. B. Whitman, president; Mrs. :
Fred Stanley, vice-president; Mrs. E. MiiiiiiiiiiiimijiiiimiMiiii
6 31. Cheney, treasurer.

o .lignt Ol RESOLUTIONSTo On Thursday at 3 o'clock, in Win-
the Worshipful Master, Wardensand ter Park, the Loughman baseball* :
Brethren of Orlando Lodge 69, team, better known Wal-
as "Pop" Spflug affil Suffler
i r rOur
Gas Department F. & A. MBrethrenUnto some it is allotted lace's bats with semi-professionals a select team, will from cross Col-|| & !

that they should enjoy the happy fruition legetown, and lovers of the national
w of a well spent life.
game will doubtless see a first class! new line for the Spring
'"I Such are our thoughts as we recall .
of ball A good crowd will!
.. the past of our well beloved brother, doubtless go up from Orlando. and Summer season of 1914 is
MMMttl HIMIimiiHIMIHIMIIHIi B. M. Smith, whom we had with us now complete. Never in the history *

for so many years, and although we The Democratic executive committee of our business have we
Stock reluctantly part with his personality, of Orange county has invited the been able to show such a line of
From we hold his memory dear; therefore, election
inspectors to meet at Orlando new and timely goods"for Eas-
: Be it resolved That in humility we May 23rd to acquaint themselveswith ter selling. Our line of Dress
Tuesday May 12th : bow to the will of that Supreme Be-
the new primary law. The ex- Goods, Clothing, Shoes, MffliI -
ing Whose hands
rests des-
our ecutive committee furnishes the din I
TOWednesday tiny nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
; ner free. Why not Chairman Matchett notions is complete-the stylesare
That we regret that our late la follow this plan in Pinellas- varied enough to suit

May 20th I with mented us brother here can no longer mingle Clearwater Sun. the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
; purchaser's idea of To accommodate the
Best Values at Lowest Prices t That, with faith we look forwardto THE MUTUAL GIRL AT THE
Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Lodge another above meeting in the Grand Tonight "Our LUCERNE Mutual Girl" will be the 1st until the 12th of.Apri I at 15 to 25 per cent

4 ESSES IAHLOT & r ; shown at the Lucerne, instead of cheaper than the regular prices.
DUNN with
appreciation of his vir' Thursday which is her usual day at We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
tues, we set aside a page of our minutes 1 1 I home. This week she comes with all you our line if you will call on us.miMMIMMIMIMM .
to his memory; and the new styles in millinery and will ,
Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's be sure to please her admirers. I
That, with sincerity, we extend our many |I II .
In connection with the above "The ,
sympathy to his bereaved daughter. Town of I
Nazareth, a two reel Amer-
Patterns"IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Fraternally submitted, ican feature, and a one reel Pilot love; |:
CHAS. P. DOW, Chairman. comedy will be shown. The pajama lu m New work Bargain Store
JAMES THOMSON.E. girls and the missing corsets will be I I
I""I. Ftj'-p to make you laugh.
H. GORE. And it costs you the same as usual..J .