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 14, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando Progressive Center of the State.




BY O DOCTORS I R IN CONVENTION[ N HR[ [!' Committee Trade Appointed to Secure by Data the on Boardof Many Judges Continued Time Is for Taken the Up Term With and J ATTACK K Of r REBELS f UNDER GONZALES

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WILL SET TO WORK TO GET I MOOSE E Will O OPEN[ NEW ClUB Kissimmee, Fla., May 13.-At a Circuit court is grinding away, but TRUST T LEGISLATION[ Will B BE[ ]BODIES OF DEAD BLOCK

BETTER LAWS AT NEXT QUARTERS WITH BANQUET I meeting of the Kissimmee board of without exciting any considerable in- STARTED[ INIIOUSE E TUESDAY[ THE STREETS AFTER

SESSION trade last night, that body went on terest. Yesterday morning the case FIERCE SIEGE
I It t record as in favor of a commissionform of T. M. Byars against the Apopka

of government for this city, and Publishing company on a motion to Chairman Henry of the Rules Committee -

EMPLOYMENT Of A lOBBYIST I appointed a special committee to 'dissolve the writ of attachment wasgranted. Will Introduce Rule Making I 10SIIE10 ESTIMATE DEATH USI
work out the plan for a new charterto In the afternoon the judge
j II Bills Special Order
grant such a change. Rev. S. W. dismissed the jury until 9 o'clock this
DR. J. HARRIS PIERPONT Lawler, D. G. Wagner and A. S. Nelson morning, and spent the rest of the THOUSANDS OF FEDERALS ARE

A PAPER WHICH were appointed to gather data day in hearing chancery matters. The Washington, May 13.-Special-( ) DRIVEN INTO THE RIVER AND

LIVELY DISCUSSION AT from other towns and prepare a pro- disposition of cases so far has beenas The consideration of trust legislationwill MANY OF THE WOUNDED LOST
posed new charter to be discussed in follows: begin in the house next week
SESSION OF STATE j the city and finally presented to the Sylvan D. Auls vs. Fairview with the introduction Tuesday by THEIR LIVES BY DROWNING

ASSOCIATIONThat legislature at the 1915 session. Homes Co.; damages, $4,000; dis- Chairman Henry of the rules committee IN ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE
missed. of a special rule making the three
i The board also discussed the mat- C. J. Erickson, Admr., vs. A. C. L
Florida has the ter of water rates with the result that R. R.; damages, $50,000; continuedfor bills now before the house the special Vera Cruz, May 13Special.( )
ical practice laws of any the term. order until they have been passed.
the committee on municipal improve- Tampico has fallen. It succumbedto
that the medical profession T. M. Arnold vs. Walter Drennen;
ments, of which Hon H. Clay Stan- dismissed at Chairman Henry stated today while a general assault by rebel infan-
blame for them was the damages, $10,000; mo-
ford is chairman, was instructed to tion of plaintiff.W. his rule would provide that the bills try soldiers under the supreme com-
pressed by Dr. J. Harris appear before the city council at their L Russ vs. S. A. L. R. R. Co.; shall be taken from the calendar au- mand of Generals Pablo Gonzales and
Pensacola, in the first paper next regular meeting and ask that damages, $300; dismissed at complainant's tomatically, it is the present inten- Luis Cabelleros advancing under a

fore the forty-first annual the meters now on hand belonging to, cost. tion of the house Democratic leadersto heavy artillery fire.
of the Florida Medical Atlantic & Gulf Gro. Co. vs. D. W.
the city be tried out and if possible I II Currie et al; damages, $400; hereto- put them through at the same time It is impossible to estimate the
now in session in Orlando.Dr. 1 new rates made to include the use of fore disposed of by reference to Judge : and send them to the senate in one number of dead but the slaughter
Pierpont is among Warlow. ,
most physicians of the state the meter system. It was brought Levin Bros. vs. B. Salomon; dam message. during the thirty-six hours siege was
been on the'legislative 'out at the meeting that the leakage ages, $250; continued for the term. The rule will not seek to restrict horrifying, and thousands of slain ob-
I lover the city under the present sys- W. H. Schultz as Schultz Bros. vs. debate on the bills themselves but struct the streets.

his manrrears.remarks that He said he had in the ; : tem costs the city several hundred Heltzen continued, Grant for the& Co.term-; damages, $500; will limit general debate so that ac- Dona Cecelia, La Bara and Arbo

fruitless visits to Tallahassee t dollars each month, and that these W. P. Wallam vs. Orlando L & W. tion on the bills may be facilitated.The La Grande, suburbs by the seaside,
sessions of the legislature in I leaks would be stopped at once on a Co.; damages, $2,500; continued by bills will be thrown open to gen- were taken early in the siege by reb-
meter system.SOCIALISTS consent of both parties.R. eral amendment. ,els, and from these points the invaders -
oring to secure the passage W. Hammond vs. W. H. Savageet
lation. He said the al; damages, $2,000; continued for entered upon the main streets of
:he term. the city in a triumphant rush, drivingthe
made the mistake in the past
ing until the legislature was I Will ATTEMPT T 10 Co.State; damages of Florida$500; vs.continued F. E. by G con-Ry. HCHBEHOF\ [ f federals back step by step.

law sion to makers.secure the The time- to DESTROY[ Y PRIMARY lAW ent John F. Luther vs. City of Orlando; MAKING A G GOVERNOR[ R fierce General resistance Zaragoza's, making troops the showed final

the members was before the damages, $1,500; disposed of hereto- stand at the abandoned Southern ho

in his opinion. fore.State tel. Ambushed behind pillars and
Constitutional Test to Be Made of the of Florida vs. Receivers S. A. Solicitor Dorsey's Reputation Has portals of the old hostelry the fed-
This view was endorsed by L. Ry. Co.; damages, $500; continuedby
ber of physicians in the Statute Which Has CausedSo consent. (Two cases.) Grown So Favorably That He eral sharpshooters picked off the reb

DrPierpont's paper which Much Talk Bostick, Goodell Co. vs. L S. Vil- Will Run for Governor __ els by scores and prevented their ad-
leneuve; damages, $600; continued on vance for some time. Federals also
its presentation. Dr. E. W. motion of complainant.
of Palatka, said that the Orlando B. & T. Co. vs. G. J. Davis were lodged on the roofs of the hotel,
who had been sent to Tampa, Fla., May ,13.-Socialists oi & Co.; damages, $800;; heretofore set- Hugh M. Dorsey, solicitor generalof customs house and other houses, the
Florida will not participate in the the Atlanta circuit
of the superior
from the profession had tIed.Chas. victorious rebels subduing them only
I primary to be held on June 2, under S. Hirsch & Co. vs. John T. court of Georgia, is to be a candidatefor after hard and deadly hand to hand
and unable 1
'unprepared were the Bryan primary law, and the So Hammond; damages, $1,500; hereto- the Democratic nomination for the
fore referred to Davis. encounters on the parapets.
swer pertinent questions put cialist will not have ticket in Judge .
by the legislative party a C. C- Holley et al. vs. D. W. Currie; governorship.While Zaragoaa fought valiantly himself
the that a that primary. This statement is I iamages, $1,200; continued by con no formal announcement to and urged his men on long after all
consequences' made on authority of Dan Robinson, sent of both parties. that effect has been given out direct- chance for victory He
had been made. was gone. es-
Huttig Sash & Door Co. J. B.
Dr. G. R. Holden, of ,, county organizer of the Socialists,and Magruder; damages, $2,500; set for ly by Mr. Dorsey himself, the fact caped with his life. Thousands of
who presided in the absence e W. A. Riggs, secretary.for that party Thursday at 9 a. m. that he is to enter the forthcoming federals were driven into the Panuco
: for Hillsborough. The fact that the Urbano Organization vs. A. C. L for the
president Dr. P. C. Perry, primary chief magistracy of river, many wounded losing their
Socialists will have R. R. Co. damages $500 continued
not ;
d ; anything to ;
state from of the lives
chair to the association I for comes sources by drowning.
urge term by consent.People's .
up the county societies by : do with the primary was decided at a National Bank vs- Southern most dependable kind, and the solic- There was heavy rifle fire around

the members of other schools :; I meeting of the state committee two Turpentine Co.; damages, $8,000; itor himself does not deny that he is Tampico all yesterday, but only one
8)I weeks ago, after a referendum vote continued to Thursday morning.
to for the
them. He said that the try governorship. field gun was used by the rebels andit
I had been taken of all regular mem- James C. Patterson et al. vs. J. L
which had been attempted bers of the party in the state. King; damages, $5,000; verdict for Dorsey has been the recipient of was fired at long intervals. Laterin
opposed by the other schools j I plaintiff. literally thousands of letters, tele- the day constitutionalists chargedon
medical association had The reason that the Socialists will Gabe Davis vs. A. C. L R. R- Co.; grams and verbal petitions of late the inner line of the federal

in the attitude of .' not take part in the primary as ex- continued Orlando for Bank the&term.Trust Co- that he make the race for the governorship trenches and carried it and at 3

schools while the main ,I pressed by a member of the party, is Turpentine Co.; damages, $200 vs.; jury Sou. and, while it is a fact that he o'clock the firing ceased. It was not
legislation had been lost I that it will cost the party or candi- called and rendered verdict for the attached far less importance to these resumed until early today when the

said there were plenty of good ,!' dates of that party approximately plaintiff. communications in the beginning than final assault was begun.

among the other schools of | $18,000 to have a full ticket throughout ,he has of late, it is known that he has The federals are said to have been
and while all of them might the state, with very little, if any, MOUNT ETNA STILL IN STATE been impressed for some time with very short of ammunition. At 1

the right kind it was well to I chance of electing a single one of the OF ERUPTION the idea that there is a real, genuineand o'clock the rebels had reached the

ber that all allopaths were candidates in the general election. far-reaching demand that he per- plaza in the central part of the city,
The party probably will have a ticket Catania, May 13. ( Another but that other
that kind either.In Special.)- mit the people an opportunity to say parts were still hold-
his final response Dr. : in the general election in November, eruption of Mount Etna is brew- whether he shall go higher in the pub- ing out was indicated by the contin-
said that he thought the i but the candidates will be chosen in ing. More threatening flames issued lic service. ued artillery fireAbout that time,
the Homeopaths were I I the regular way and not by means of from the crater today accompanied by The solicitor's successful handlingof however, evacuation began, federal
membership, but he did not a primary. i heavy volumes of smoke, and it continues the most famous criminal case in gunboats standing by to cover the

Osteopaths were, because While facing an approximate cost i' : rumbling with frequently recurring : the history of the state unquestionably troops in their retreat to the railroad.
not "M. D-'." He favored of $18,000 in case of having a state- earthquake shocks.: The population I has won him countless admirers After the federals had entrained,
with the Eclectics and is wide ticket in the primary, it is stat- surrounding the village be- and well wishers. leaving many dead and wounded behind

and to that extent agreed ed that the Socialists have been informed came panic stricken and fled their Against that which primarily was them, the gunboats also retreated -
remarks that had preceded that they can test the Bryan dwellings to camp in tents providedfor looked upon as heavy odds, Dorsey going down the river and joiningthe
was the sense of all present primary law for approximately $1,000 their shelter by the military au- has battled his way uninterruptedlyto foreign fleet pff the bar. It is

ently, that an effort be and may be able to have it declared thorities. victory after victory.His thought the federals are retreating to

the county societies to pledge unconstitutional. At any rate, the last victory, following a period San Luis Potosi.

resentatives to remedial Socialists have secured legal talent JEFF HAD A GREAT TIME wherein the public mind seemed, per- .
advance of the primary. and it is believed at this time that I haps, turning somewhat favorably to BASEBALL RESULTS
Dr. Pierpont favored the steps will be taken to bring the law I One of the happiest individualswho Frank, for the first time since the alleged -

men of a lobbyist to into the courts. In this plan, it is alleged visited the recent reunion in i l! slayer of Mary Phagan was indicted National

claims of the association in I the Socialists will have the' Jacksonville was Jeff Welborn, an old, was achieved on Wednesday, St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3.
ence to sending committees financial support of certain Progressives negro of Orlando, whose white friends when Judge Hill overruled Frank's Chicago 6, Brooklyn 0.
hassee. He said he could :I ., and Republicans.While paid his way to the big city, wherehe extraordinary motion for a new trial. Cincinnati 1, Boston 0.

harm in doing this because it I parties polling less than 5 communed with his old friends I Dorsey's admirers now contend Pittsburg-New York; wet grounds.
most effective method of per cent of the total vote at the last among the veterans from Alabama.: that the record is practically closed, American League ,

their case. general election may choose their can- Jeff went through the war with his' and that he has won his spurs so decisively Washington 2, Chicago 9.
Dr. C. E. Terry, the city didates to be placed on the ballot at young Marster Welborn, and carried : that further honors for him Detroit-New York; wet grounds.
ficer of Jacksonville, read an the general elction by convention, the him when wounded from the battlefield are in order. St. Louis-Boston; wet grounds.

ing paper on "The Family Bryan law, although not requiring of Manassas- The first night at I Dorsey's present office is the first I Cleveland-Philadelphia; wet grounds.
and the Public ,Health. parties to enter the primary against Jacksonville the old darky didn't sleepat of a political nature he ever held. He Federal LeagueAll

went into many questions their will, does require that candi- all, but sat around the camp and I was appointed solicitor by Governor I games postponed; wet grounds.
by his subject, but the one of dates in the general election of all 'talked to his heart's content of the I Joseph !I. Brown, following the death Southern League

tracted most attention was parties polling over 5 per cent be good old days. It was a great experience -j of the late Solicitor Charles Hill-I Memphis-New Orleans; wet grounds.

ence to the work that had chosen in the general primary. Thus, for him, and those who madeit Judge Ben Hill's brother-and was I Nashville 3, Mobile 1.

by the board of health' of the way the Socialists view it, the possible for him to go are well repaid elected subsequently by the people of i Atlanta 6, Montgomery 0.
regulate the sale of habit fact that they do not take part in the for their thoughtfulness.The l the Atlanta circuit to succeed him-I Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 1.
drugs. Through a system to primary will, according to the Bryan : self. South Atlantic League
which he had inaugurated : to law, bar them from having the names J. B. McCrary company of At- 'I 1\ Those who are best versed in the I, Savannah 5, Albany 2.
of habitual drug users in of their candidates printed on the ballots lanta has been awarded the contract Iran of politics in Georgia unhesitat-.1 r Charleston 1, Jacksonville 0.
had been ascertained as in the general election. This is for installing a municipal gas plantin ':ingly predict that Dorsey will proveto :t Columbia 9, Macon 0.
two per cent, he said, of the feature about the law claimed to St Petersburg.See to be a tremendous factor in the : Augusta 4, Columbus 1.
lation of the city. The be unconstitutional The present plan I'forthcoming governorship race, and IIt

women victims was greater y is to bring the matter into the court our window display of parcel there are many who do not hesitat 11 t I Mr. and Mrs. Geo- W. Albright left

men by a goodly figure, and ; h I through a mandamus at the time the.i post scales, closing out at half price. to predict that he will win over.' this week for Clarksburg, W. Va.,
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STORE CLOSED TUESDAY, MAY 12, to Prepare For SaleThis

will be a price defying, and competition exterminator.



LEVY BROTHERS, of Jacksonville, who was with the Big Cohen Store, left that firm, and six month's ago opened a
;; business of their own, down on Bay Street. They had the reputation, and justly so, of carrying the best selected, and highest
'j class of merchandise in Jacksonville. No shoddy, cheap, or inferior goods in the stock,all new. They have been ;in businessfive
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 enough people to take it up, so will refund railroad fare to all purchasers of goods to the amount of$20,
:a within a radius of fifty miles of Orlando. We want to introduce you to the finest a nd largest Department Store south of Jacksonville. Make it your home while in Orlando; large,
airy rest room for your convenience.


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The benefit recital given for the IN TAX RATES[
Athletic association by Miss Julia B. For Sale | Orlando Bank & Trust Go

Reed, who was for so many years the

beloved head of the Rollins school of GOVERNOR-18 I have the following I Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

expression, and Mr. Charles K. Purdy, Is Making Investigation Which May properties which I ofier I

the well known operatic baritone, of Lead to an Order for Decrease at ATTRACTIVE PRICES :
New York city, was a great success of Two Mills : north RESOURCESReal
prior to going :
from every point of view. The pro .. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 29,437.37
One California !
gram was opened by a series of the Tallahassee, Fla., May 12.-Under : Bunga- Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

most popular selections of the Glee the law which provides that the governor low; one two-story house I Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

club, which were, as usual, well received may order a reduction in the : | (corner lot.) Intending I : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

by the audience. Mr. Purdy tax millage for state purposes, Gover- 1 | buyers will do well to get Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
then sang a group of three songs- nor Park Trammell, several months J in touch with me on'

"Grey Days," by Johnson, "Rose in ago, after some preliminary investigation I I [ above properties, whichare $904,906.09
the Bud," by Forster, and "Sunset," was impressed that it wouldbe I both new and well LIABILITIES

by Dudley Buck. Miss Reed followed practicable for him to order a reduction located. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

with Ruth McEnery Stuart's famous in the millage for pension I Re-Discounts, . . . . . . . None

reading, "Christmas at the Trim purposes for the year 1914. He followed FRED B. DALE Bills payable . . . . . . . None
bles," and Mr. Purdy then sang up his preliminary consideration -

another group of three songs- of the matter by addressing a Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

"Thoughts Have Wings," by"Leh- letter to Hon. W. V. Knott, comptroller 306 ANDERSON STREET to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59S904,906.09
mann, "Somebody, Sometime, by asking for information upon PHONE 376
Clark, and "The Sword of Ferrara," this subject The comptroller last
by Bullard. Miss Reed concluded the week replied to the governor's letterof

evening's program by repeating her February 28th, asking for infor

extremely funny arrangement of mation. In this reply the comptrollercan THE WEST Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

George Ade's "A Grand Opera." be reduced one mill. This information Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . :. 770,793.72
It has been a very great and real agrees with the views of Governor VIASEMINOLE
pleasure to her many friends teat. Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
Trammell, as he took the position -

Miss Reed, who endeared herself to when he began the investigationthat LiMITED Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

every heart during her long and faithful the status of the pension fund I Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
service as a teacher in the college the that the millagewas Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm :
has been able to pay the school expressed such that opinion he could no doubt reduce Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00: pm :
and town along visit this winter, and the pension tax millage from Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C. L..ll:10 pm !.
many turned out to hear her once one to one and one-half mills. The Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L___. 1:15 am i Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
more in her favorite readings. She he will unquestionablymake Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and .
has lost none of the charm and skill governor says Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
order this tax at
an reducing Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
which characterized her public workin least one mill, and that he is further Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am I friends and customers for making such a statement DOS-
the past, and it was a source of considering all the information which Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 pAr sible.
delight to hear her again. he has before him, and if possible win BinaingbaaAla.0.ef 0.12:65 pm ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
Mr. Purdy has a splendid operatic make the reduction even more than!Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm :
baritone voice, reminding one muchof mill. Ar Cairo, HL, L G. lidff pa ""IIIJIII ;::;;;; ::IIIIII:111111"1f. . . . . .
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that. of Clay Inman, who gained Under the law the governor also Ar Carbcndtle, &, L a____E23 am

many admirers by his singing with has authority to reduce the two mills Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am COMMITTEE TO MEET HillllMIMtHiHIMMMilMMIIilMIMIMinillinBeck

the Glee club for two years. His tax for general state purposes if he Ar Centralia, III, I. C._____ 1:38 am
songs were well chosen, and admirably finds it practicable to do so. The Ar Matson, IlL, I. C_______ 3:20 am There will be a meeting of the :
Ar Champaign, Ill., L c.____ 4:29 am Orange County Democratic Executive I
rendered the hearers testified
; by governor has for several months been Ar Kanka&e, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am in : &
enthusiastic applause their appreciation considering the advisability of also Ar Chicago, III, I. C._______ 7:50 am Committee at the court house Payn es
of his kindness in donating his reducing this millage. He is, askingfor Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, :
Solid Through Trains-Composed of 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the :
services to the of the
purpose con information from the tax commission observation, compartment, drawing. I.
the comptroller, and the assess room, section, sleeping cars, and f-ee purpose of meeting the inspectors and
cert.On Saturday evening, the students ing officers, and says that while he reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville clerks appointed to conduct the primary Cash Grocery
and Chicago, and Jacksonvillend election June 2nd, and trans.
and teachers of the school were invited can not at this time say definitelythat on
St. Louis. All meals in dining
to the home of President and I a reduction can be made, but car. acting any other business which may

Mrs. Blackman, where they were I from his investigation thus far he is For (' bets and Pullman car reser-I come before it.
turned loose on the wide lawn to entertain hopeful that he will be able to makea ations, all on SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.
themselves. Under the lead. substantial reduction in the two. W. R O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
or Orlando Fla. 6 191(.
ership of some of the more inventiveand May ,
mills tax for general state purposes.
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
original spirits, a number of -- -.-- Atlantic Coast Line,
amusing and interesting stunts had -- Orlando. T. S. Abcrnethy, auto livery, phone
In work for the education
winter thorough -
Nice stock. White Rose
been and these 12 new
arranged, were per Orlando. 3-5-tf
with the
of the people of the state in Keep up times in whichwe
formed on a stage lighted only by
the matter of bird protection, and live. You can do so for 10 centsa
festooons of Japanese lanterns. This Buy yoar garden seed from DeLa- brand Canned goods Fox River ButIIPride" -
much good has been accomplished by by reading the Morning SentineL ,
Just received
made an extremely artistic settingfor ney & Abernethy. a

the various performers, who succeeded their efforts.TRIANGLE. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I ter, the highest grade butter-

admirably in their efforts to '

entertain. The following were the UNION SOCIETY SERVICEAt TO MEET IN _ ii ine. Call and get our cash prices.
stunts performed: "A Pair of Luna r

tics," by Miss Deaderick and D. Henry
the meeting of the executive
Fordham; An Impersonation of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
board of the Triangle society Sunday
Theodore Roosevelt, by A. J. White; 11 West Robinson Avenue
afternoon,which was held at the Baptist -
"Isaacstein's Four-Act
Carnival, by
church it decided to have
was a
Miss Clella Avery and assistants; DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS.
union service at the Methodist church
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Thoren and Ralph Jacobson; "The
of the regular young people's hour at
Rose Act," by Grace Tilden; "The I
that church. Mr. A. A. Patch was
Tragedy of Geraldine," by D. M. Marvin COMPARE
made director of the Triangle society
; "A Trip Around the World in Commencement Gifts.
orchestra. This is expected to be a
1930," by F. A. B. MacKeil; "Mardi
splendid organization, as much talentis OUR FURNITUREWe
+ Gras, by a number of young ladies
and gentlemen. The numbers abounded to be found among the young folksof Nothing more appropriate than pretty
the three churches. provide the quality furniture that has long
in local hits, which added materially
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the books.* We have a nice line of these, many i
to their interest. The result was a Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
most delightful evening.On wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make of them designed for such use and many others
Monday afternoon, the Water this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Meet was held at the foot of the cam this business, and that means much to any buyer. that will make any graduate happy. Come in

pus, in Lake Virginia, and brought MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy
out a large crowd who watched the Claude L'Engle and see them and take a look at other asrticles -!!?

various events with much interest. McNffil & DAVIS BLOCK,
if you prefer something else instead of
The following events were run off, Dont't Get Stung- Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.! Orlando Fla.
with winners of points as given: May bees are good little. in J books.
50-yard dash-Charwick, first; Gerald sects, L -

Froemke, second; Giddings, third. But they don't fly in JuneIn i- _- W. S. BRANCH
220-yard canoe race, singlesRoberts the June primary- ,

first; Marvin, second; Holmes, Don't waste time on May
third. bees. Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store

Second heat-Sherman, first; Ford- Some other man may be all

ham, second. right for you in Congress; I
100-yard swimming dash-E. L Some other man may be in ir
Hill, first; Giddings, second; Chad- line with progressive De /: Fare$300

wick, third.440yard. mocracy. ,. DAILY BETWEEN
canoe race, doublesSher.man Some other man may be ?:su' BUFFALO (
and Roberts, first; Holmes and able to think for the people LEVELAND

Marvin, second; Giddings and G. after election,

Froemke did not finish. But may be some other man.

220-yard swimming race-Giddings, won't. ;G

first; R. L Mallory, second; Foley, And may be you'll get i llf /
third. stung fooling with him.

Tilting-Hill and Sherman, first; You know that Claude i l THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

Roberts and Prange, second. L'Engle is NOT a may be; E %QUID PAJN 1MW LwfthSOOfeelbraritb91 tat'Iadw.;51.Mitmomi u4 pulon tecammoinlmf 1300..-
Diving-Hill, first; Osborne, sec You know that he .will L ? pn. _Cava. u M*.-.lugir ia dl proMftuu-nchtr H tQ.ppai.ttau-hu..r nuJir o.ruse. .
nlfto tt sbv !d. IAcroct JUM l?hillu
ond Lewis third. think and act for ,
; you incMt s"SEEANDBEE..""Cty of Erieud"Cty W BuffJ."
The final scores of those who made Because he is now in Con Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVEEI.AND-M.rlsttoDec.l.t

more than six points were: Sherman I gress doing this very thing. rt LcnB.Ua 9AO P.H. LMT.OerclaBJ 9:00 P.If.7JOA.M. .
and Hill, tied for first place, 15 When you can get a sure \ 1Ii / Aerie CL..4 (re.tt.. Iaadd! AmT r.B.).k 7 30 A.1L

points; Roberts, third, 13; Giddings, thing, ........ Cmw&M Omiu4. (or T.t.-&,,ToWe.Dtcnitad.n. pabtiT.tam4 SMtfcnrt.BrfrocJtMniirrJ'
9; Chadwick, 6; Marvin, 6. The two Don't risk the best chance ;{ |>rrr-mFliffiUndnmli C.*B.u..i1.are Tntt|ii M
leaders drew for first and second medals that ever happened. t 1J THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cl.T.l.nd, 0.
Hill winning the first and Sher- Claude L'Engle has been WHITE[)

man the second.Dr. time-tried and firetested I ,

Blackman delivered the graduating in the fights for the Jl4EN Cn 1111 L -
addresses at the Alfred people's rights.He PAINT COLOR NEW PRIMARY LAW an opinion on the value and efficiencyof

Gwynne Institute, at Fort Myers, and is the one sure thing CHICAGO NASHVILLE the new law, as our first real acquaintance -
at the high school in Titusville, re. for you in this race for We haven't studied the new primary I with it comes June 2nd.

cently.Dr. Congress in the Fourth law very thoroughly-but few These complex election laws help

T. Gilbert Pearson, secretary of District.He have. It is quite complex, and has so make politics a profession for a few

the National Audubon Society, has is there for one term, A. L. BECK LUMBER CP. many isms and asms that it is as and a bore to the many.ClearwaterSun.

been visiting President Blackman, Keep him there for another mystifying as the average traffic ordinance .

who is president of the State Audubon Vote for Claude L'Engle Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material]I and the penalties attached
first. thereto for violations of the are
Society of Florida, for some days Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9
past The Audubon societies have Take a chance second as many and terrifying as the traffic 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford,

: been co-operating during the past I. ,i Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. ordinance. By June 3rd we can place Fla 429m.ROWXS i.




a LI
THE DAILY I SIDELiGWrs- About the meanest thing that has ANOTHER ANGLE OF THE PRL I

My yet been written about Stockton is &
y} South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) for the Ocala Star to call him a i
"Fraid cat." If that taunt does i -
5 MORNING AND WEEKLY It is up to Orlando people to en- not B. B. Barco received a letter from
JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. bring him out for a forensic battle
tertain the State Medical associationin
Hon. N. A. Blitch, one of the railroad
with Mr. Fletcher he has either
the best possible style. Therefore, commissioners of the state, which
Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando Florlda his youthful courage or never had
," at Second Class Mail Matter. if you contemplate a serious attackof points out another angle of the new CORSETSf
any. When we were young that epithet -
peritonitis, synovitis, tonsolitis,
i( primary law, which nominates a man
SUBSCRIPTION RATES would cause a ten year old lad to
,: Daily. 1 Year ..........................$5.00 appendicitis, of lignum vitis, duringthe fight mature giant without the votes of the electors. Mr.
: Dally. 6 Month ........................ 2.50 coming summer, you should cer- a Blitch writes:
{ Dally S Months ...................... L25 *
s Daily 1 Month ....................... 50 tainly arrange to have it culminate "I am nominated for railroad com-
Gov. Blease that
announces a par-
today or tomorrow. Nothing can be
I missoiner for four years more, and
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 more pleasant to our medical friends don is waiting for any man who kills '
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .11TO the physician who makes a physical my name will not have to appear on
than a few interesting clinics at our
3 !'the primary ticket The Bryan law
examination of school
a girl under
ADVERTISERS: well kept sanitariums and hospitals, : 'Provided, That whenever the
the state lawTimesUnion.There .
and as the most skillful carvers and I number of candidates of political t
Copy for display and all .:her kand-set is also a cash prize awaitingany any
drertbinr Bast be handed in at the hnuness bone sawers in the state are here, I party for any office or position shall We
.ffk. .f the Sentinel net later than : p. a. they cut in and one on the surface of the earth
can you pieces sew exceed the number required to be
1 Uu day before publication. This rule applies not CarryAll Corsets
who can make as kinds of a
to chances for contract advertirinj; it is you together again in the very latest many nominated o.elected to said office or
invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. long-eared quadruped of himself in
and most antiseptic and germ proof position, the names of such candidates For theYoung
style. one day as the misfit who tries to fill Styles
t Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued shall not be printed on the official primary -
should notify the office in writing: en C the governor's chair at Columbia, 0!
the date of expiration otherwise it will be South Carolina. election ballot, but such candi- : GirlFamoDs -=
continued 'at the regular subscription rates It is interesting and encouragingto dates are hereby declared to be nom- This
until notice to stop is received.
read a dispatch from Washingtonwith inated for such office, or elected to ., : s. For the
t THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914. the heading, "Congress Is Wor-. "THE THRUST OF FATE" AT THE : such position. Make

ried About Prohibition." Millions LUCERNE I I t "Myself, nor Mr. Burr has no opposition 1 BuddingDebutante

Cole Blease is on the rampage in upon millions of orphan children, sor- hence the law makes us the
South Carolina, being a bit more rab- rowing mothers and drunkards' wid- The above is the title of a thrilling 'nominees without placing our names 1. f.
society story of love and hate, culminating -,
id now than ever before. It is to be ows, disgraced and troubled par- in a tragic duel. This most on the primary ticket and our names

wondered if the people of South Car ents and friends, have been worried beautiful hand colored film shows howa 1 i will be certified by secretary of state %

olina will ever get over it and suffering untold and untellable noted artist falls in love with Lucia,!! to the county commissioners of each .4t
daughter of the Duchess of Arno, how
o anguish for a hundred or more years, his love is reciprocated, notwithstanding -I I.,! county and our names will be put on a, avr?
Ex-Governor Comer of Alabama by reason of the lack of prohibition, the fact that Lucia is forced to I i the ticket at the general election. I
couldn't come back. He was defeatedby and it is high time for a hundred or marry a wealthy banker. The banker I' Clearwater Sun-

Henderson by a large majority. two of the law makers of the countryto and the artist engage in a friendly I
exhibition of sword play. They are
Comer's tempestuous administration get into the mental anguish class
evenly matched, but the artist treacherously Orlando tourists to Miami are anticipating -
wasn't calculated to set well with the also. There are the best of reasonsto removes the button from his
a good time while here and
staid and conservative Democrats of believe that saloon keepers and foil and when the opportunity pre I! -
that state. brewers ar worried even more than sents itself, with a vicious lunge their expectations will not be dis \ SPECIAL
pierces the banker's heart. Lucia is appointed.-Miami Herald.
o members of congress, and still bet- free; Guido, the artist, has been re-I I &
: Miami has voted a municipal bond ter evidence that the water wagon is venged. Pictorial Review Patterns ?

issue of four hundred thousand dol- slowly but surely being transformed Inis is one of the greatest fencing .. .lllllllllllllllllllllltft w
lars for improvements. From all the i into a steam roller that will pass overa scenes ever filmed. The film is elab- '
orately hand colored, and is pleasingyet Just Arrived
fuss they were kicking up down there large number of congressmen and tense from start to finish. The t
we were for a while in doubt as to leave them flat and powerless. In the picture is in three reels.
I Licensed Plumber and
?" the outcome of the election, but it meantime not a few see the vision f

seems that there was more noise in afar ,and these are rushing up the There are people who look upon' Sanitary Engineer The "New Russian Tunic

: the controversy than the facts of the road and getting aboard the water matrimony as a necessary evil. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Skirts
j Promptly Attended to.
case warranted, and good sense came band wagon. ( and
_' out triumphant The 0K.. Billiard and Pool Parlor, PHONE 629 The "New Paquin .' ;

o Our joys and sorrows, pleasures and J. A. Huntington: proprietor, is now t 106 Court Street f V Skirts

: Orlando bids the members of the suffering in this world, are largely located in the Giles & Hovey build- I ;

Florida Medical society welcome, and I matters of contrast. The man who ing on Orange avenue, where he will I ORLANDO, FLORIDA You cannot obtain these.

trusts that every visitor will be so has always lived in a hovel is very! conduct one of the best amusement .."- .. the latest novelties, In

charmed with this beautiful city that happy if he is able to move into a places in this section. 5-14-6t iifliiiiiiiiiDiiimiMiiiMMMIIMIIMIIBMIMMMIIIIIOII any other pattern I

::4 he will sound its allurements loud and cottage, while the cottager is equally,. ---.- You will he months ahead '
often when he returns to his. own sized - - - - - - -
delighted to move into a good tiii . I in style if you adopt these
place of habitation. We think we ,home that some plutocrat has left in new Fashions. r

have the best town in Florida, and we order to dwell in a mansion. The : THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB :

are sure that the visitors will find woman who has walked to market and I. Ii The FASHION BOOK j / !

much to enlist their attention and church for years feels rested and con- i: PRESENTS : I '

commendation. tented if she acquires a pony and for SUMMER LLi'I I'
G o 'cart to carry herself and brood, and !! "Th.e ika.c"Comic of the CelebratedPICTORIAL .

It is a risky business to run fort the house wife who has owned the I. 4

office if one's past political record cart feels quite aristocratic when she :: Opera REVIEW /

will not stand the test There were lays it aside for the buggy that has I' : & PATTERNS

many who were inclined to favor the been discarded by the smart Aleck

candidacy of Thomas Appleyard, Jr., with a second hand automobile pur- ( ,wi9 be on sale May rant.w. .
for commissioner of agriculture, and chased at a bargain from a memberof Ii' Mn ..t S66S-lSce tI Order it now. Wtin 5570-15 cent.
Skirt 5744-15 cent
he was getting along rather swim- the "predatory rich" class. All of Skirt 5715-15 caw

mingly, it seems, when his opponent, which brings us to remark that the

the present commissioner, got hold ofa fierce conditions of Orlando streets I: LUCERNE THEATRE

letter written by Mr. Appleyard toW these beautiful days when we are I.i I.
C. Hodges late candidate the i: BIG CHORUS JAPANESE COSTUMES
on desirous of riding in the cart or the
Bull Moose ticket for governor of auto, will cause us to be the more l: GORGEOUS SCENERY :

i Florida. In this letter Mr. Appleyard appreciative of the 20 miles of brick
ti :: Tickets 50c., 75c., $1.00 Files Drug Store,
declares his allegiance to the Bull
paving when it is finished, swept I.I.I. "Merode"HandFinished
Moose party. Hence he can not under -: and garnished for our constant use. I.lilliMMHIIMIMMMMttllittMMiiiMMIMIMMIMMHIMMMtMMMM .

the primary law participate in
t ? ( )
the Democratic primary, much less be '
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permitted to have his name on the

ballot Mr. Appleyard possesses AND ALLEGRETTIWe Underwear.
abundant energy and considerable

ability and is an ,attractive young keep our Candies on ice during hot summer ,

man, but it appears that his opponenthas months. 60-80I.OO pound. Try a box. ?1 ,;

him on the hip. W



pamphlet issued under the direction llliMlliMHMIMIMMIMMMMMMMflMtMHMMMMIMIIiHMMMIHATTRACTIVE Our New

of the secretary of state as
authorized by the new primary law l' a j SummerWeights

to allow candidates a cheap method of '

reaching all the voters of the state

has been received. '" r Are in including
now /
I It is rather disappointing in vol- those for theeSiRBATHING

ume and make-up, though it has prob-
ably served its purpose. Only the
candidates for the United States sen- COSTUMES

ate, commissioner of agriculture, con- Commencement Day-an important event in the I

gressman from the fourth district, lives of should receive
young people some fitting markof
' one candidate for supreme court just appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

tice, and one candidate for the legis- occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
lature took advantage of this oppor- Jewelry?

tunity to set their claims before the .

electors. Hon. A. B. Newton, of Or- '":-.. DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Our Mail Order DepartmentIs
ange county, was the only candidatefor :---
office to be voted upon in one :; : We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

county only who paid the required fee the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a great help to our out-of-town customers; make

to be represented in its pages. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

As we figure the cost to candidatesthe est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

entire pamphlet represents an mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .
f outlay of $1,210. Heretofore candi- and assortment.A .
invite comparison of values.
{ dates for state offices have been visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno .

t spending about $1,600 each in send- obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. .

ing literature once to eighty thousand r. ... f I
. voters. ,> .
i : .
; :
t In this pamphlet we see two fea-

tures of the Bryan primary law to
Sr commend.In Dickson-Ives i I

the first place, it has shaved

down the registration so that it is

? unnecessary for the candidates to ,

i send out literature to all registered

",, voters regardless of whether they

t were dead, removed or not Demo- the Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL :

; crats; in the next place, it has pro- STOREI

vided an inexpensive metho for the

: candidate to get his claims before the

method people, but is effective.it does not follow that this. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE -., >' ran e Ave. OrI3Ao n ;

The pamphlet is poorly printed and


many will peruse its pages.

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1TOTICIE: s \ GflhIiliBUYS i ROBINSON A STARKEY., Managers- 5

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

g| Admission 5'cents c i a "Gel II itAtAilen's"t V

ClI aDa aDa

We hereby give due notice to all con- AND SELLS : TODAY'S PROGRAM 0 D( Htf I .

cerned that our men will maintain an inspection : "Withered Hands.-" Powers. Edwin
August in a fine drama. El

with orders to shut off without I'I' ,, ma."The Barrier of Bars." Victor dra Commencement TimeIs
II -- ,
t notice and all water services using I ")like and Jake in the Wild West.
any 600 acres south of Winter I A dandy Joker comedy. 11 Here
Friday at 4:30 will be the second
sprinklers or hose out of the hours pre- Garden and :west of drawing for the dinner set. The cou-
pons are good for the entire thirteen Want for that
scribed by the and this Gotha, including 10 acre weeks. present one

| city company.A orange grove. The en- who graduates? You can getit

tire tract covered with GRADUATES OF CATHEDRAL at our store without any
charge of $1.00 will be made on
yellow pine timber. Two ( SCHOOL ARE BANQUETED trouble and but little ex

{ each case for turning the service on again. miles of lake shore. : The annual pense.
1 1423.lm banquet given by the

I : faculty to the "sweet girl graduates"of D D
the Cathedral Graduate
4 1 school was given Every
l +tllllllllMHIMMMMHMillllllllimtllMIMt last evening at the San Juan, and the

Or1auo W 1atg1 RECEPTION IN HONOR OF VISITING pretty memories affair of the will guests long of linger honor in, who the], should have something now,
& It! t PHYSICIANS I! are soon to bring to a close their that they can keep for years,

school days, and happy comradeship. to remind them oi friends,

A brilliant reception was given last Covers were laid for twenty-one at loved ones and the happiest

{ .11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.. evening in the parlors of the San the flower trimmed table, and a days ol their Hie.
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIWADE unique and very attractive decorationwas
- - - - Juan by the Orange County Medical
formed by a miniature May pole,
association, honoring the members of
SUFFRAGE LEAGUE CLOSES I the State assonation: who are holing placed in the center of the table. The

SEASON OF GOOD WORK their annual session in the city. gaily colored ribbons radiating from Allen & Co.
this were held by small dolls ,
The officers, Dr. C. D. Christ, D%
THE TUNER colored crepe which
The meeting held yesterday morning S. Puleston of Sanford, Dr. G. H. Edwards paper stood Jewelers
ORLANDO, FLA. at the places, where dainty cards bore
closes the work of the season for and Dr. Sylvan McElroy, with
the names of those in
the Orlando Equal Suffrage League, their wives, received the guests, who attendance. An
amusing feature of the Prompt Repairing.
and the members feel that they have included prominent physicians from evening werqcharades
(each cleverly
Mr. A. E. Rambo left this week reason for much encouragement over all parts of the state, many'of whom the concealing Everything Guaranteed.
name of one of the
for Dresden, Ohio. the wonderful progress made during were accompanied by their wives. graduates)
inside the shells of walnutJtied
Mrs. M. J. Barrow, of Shelby, Ala., the past eight months. Since last Welcoming the guests at the door with ribbon.

is visiting Mrs. T. H. Fuller. October many members have been were :Mrs. Hal Beardall, Miss Kilmer, The class
Miss added to the league, and a men's and those serving at the punch tab 1! are Helen
Hattie Belle Hyer is in San- Warlow, Marian Smith,
league for equal suffrage has been were Mrs. T. A. Neal, of Sanford, Dorothy lb. .CO
ford the week with Mrs.
spending Johnson, Ruth Isaacson, Carrie .
Robt established, as well as the stat? ass o. Mrs- Cassius Boone and Miss Person. Hooks, =O] I- -
Holly. Ruth
Bourlay, Olive Dinkle, Berta
ciation. Delicious and cake
cream were:
Miss Emma Harris arrived last Langenbach, Elizabeth Baynard and I -
The success of the movement in served, and the guests who assembledin ttllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.' "
night from Mabane, N. C., to visit Mary D. Rowan-
this city largely is due to the efforts I the drawing room on the first floor
with Miss Neil The host and hostess
Ruby Thompson on
of Rev. Mary A. Safford, the president were led to the parlors upstairs, were
Lucerne Circle Mrs. R. P. Cobb, and Misses
of the focal league and also the where the Orlando orchestra furnished IL L LUNCHES
Mrs. M. J. Burden left yesterdayfor state organization, who has worked music for the delightful dance Shepherd, Holly, Gassman, Jones, rl [

her home at LaFayette, Ala. She, untiringly and unceasingly for the which followed. Dye, Bosanquet, Mary and Julia Atkinson

has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. and Robinson.
The ladies
cause. present were: Mrs. and

T. H. Fuller, on East Pine street. Miss Hamblin, Tampa; Mrs. T. ,0 Can be made quickly if you use

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hizer arrivedin YESTERDArS ARRIVALS AT THE] Neal, Mrs. :Miller, :Mrs. Puleston, Sanford BREAKFAST IN HONOR OF MISS

Orlando last night from Tulsa, SAN JUAN __I ; Mrs. Peek, West Palm Beach;; JULIA BROWN REED Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex

Oklahoma, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pittman, Mrs. Herlong, Jacksonville '
I. C. Mann, 409 Magnolia avenue. 1 H. L. Parramore, M. D., Jackson-I I ; Mrs. Kate Drennen, Birmingham Yesterday morning Miss Florida Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese,
ville; J. R. Winchester, .,
Mrs. A. Newkirk, Mrs. Eliza A. Atkinson, Jacksonville; A. W. Butler, ; Mrs- J. N. McElroy, Mrs. Sylvan Howard entertained at breakfast Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles, bulk, bot

McBride, and Mrs. A. K. Nagloe have Tampa; S. Register, Gailand; H. O.II McElroy, Mrs. N. J. Merck, Mrs twelve of the members of the Kappa

departed for ,Asbury Park, N. J., Byrd, Trilby; J. W. Hedges, M. D., I C. D. Christ, Mrs. G. H. Edwards, Epsilon sorority of rtoll'is, the pretty tle or cans, Southern Cross Sardines.No .

where they will spend the summer. 1[ Green Cove Springs; Theo. W. McClure -, Mrs. Cassius Boone, Mrs. Hal Bear affair being given in compliment to
Omaha, Neb.; Dr. Cronkite, St fake about our ads. We sell what we advertise.
Hon. Louis C. Massey left last I Joseph, Mo.; W. H. Smith, Boston; 1 dall, :Mrs. M. Cooper, Mrs. T. L Miller Miss Julia Brown Reed, who, for several

night for Tampa to appear today in B. E. Marrill, M. D, Tampa; L. M.' Mrs. L. H. Gedge, Mrs. R. M years, was "sorority mother,"and:

United States court in a case involv Gans, New York; Ralph Dennis, Hudson, Mrs. Will Green, Mrs. F. C is now making a brief visit to Florida
North Carolina; K. D. Sanders,Eaton-
ing a considerable lot of land in Orange ton, Ga.; Mrs. Jos. Reese, Eatonton, Boardman, Mrs. L. Lawrence, Mrs. -
county. Ga.; Miss Nannie Reese, Eatonton, }I. J.. Daetwyler, Misses Mae Kilmer,, The guests at the daintily served THE SANITARY GROCERY

Mrs. S- J. Walker and daughter, Ga.; Mrs. M. Bennett, Tampa; Graham Margaret Hart, Hattie Hudson,Green, meal each found a pretty corsage
E. Henson, Jacksonville; F. F. Mamie Thornton, Maude and Grace bouquet with their place cards, and CARUTHERS & GORE
Gertrude have
Miss Walker
departed Ferris, Apapachicola C. E- ,
; Boone, Jacocks, Dorothy Cooper, R Os- the affair was very delightful in ev
for their home at Clinton, Wis., Jacksonville; R. H. DcGinnis, Jacksonville
after spending the winter at 309 East ; G. R. Holden, Jacksonville;; sitar, Devine, and Messrs. Jim DeLaney ery particular. Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Siieei

Pine street. N. A. Baltzell, M. D., Marianna; Dr and N- J. Merck.
and Mrs. M. B. Herlong, Jacksonville;; Miami should have a standing committee -
" Miss J. K. Martin, who has been Dr. J. K., Simpson, Jacksonville; Dr
occupying her attractive bungalow at J. D. Pasco Jacksonville; D. L Me- READ "IN THE
Swain, M. D., Arcadia; Geo. B. Schief- VANGUARD" has just finished entertaining the
604 Magnolia avenue, leaves today felin Milwaukee; J. A. Simmons. M Shriners, who followed the Elks, and FUNERAL DESIGNS

for her summer home at Southern D., Arcadia; J. E- Jelks, Macon; J. D Next Sunday, May 17th, Miss Julia now she is preparing to show the Or !
Pines.N. C. McLin, Jacksonville; A. R. Stephens, Brown Reed, former teacher of expression lando boosters .. Mill littil III IMMMIIIMinMililllliiiH
a jolly time.
M. D., DeLand Miami
Puleston, M.
Mrs. H. M. Stevenson, with three Sanford; S. E. Hall; Jr., Mobile; Karl D.v at Rollins college, will read knows how.-Orlando Sentinel. We

children, returned to her home yesterday Klaus, Klarika, Mexico; Geo. B. Glover "In the Vanguard," under the auspices lave that committee, and it is a good White Star Market THE MIKADO
at Birmingham, Ala., after M. D., Monticello; A- H. Freeman of the Orlando Peace Society one.-Miami Herald. Reserved seats on sale Tuesday

spending a few weeks with her parents M. D., Starke; J. D. Raborn, M. This drama by Katrina Trask has DUREX & COMPANY, Proprietors morning at 9 o'clock at Estes' drug
D., Freeport; F. Clifton Moor, M. D, reached its third store. Prices 75c. and
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fuller. Tallahassee; E. W. Duggett, M. D., edition in less than A new Presbyterian church is to $1. 10-2t

Miss Kathleen Mitchell, who has Tallahassee; C. Young, M. D.,Plant a year. It is being read before thousands be erected in Wauchula. r

been visiting the Misses Lewter, on City; L A. Galiel, Tampa; H. 0. Ad of people and received enthusiastically Saratoga chips fresh every day,

North Orange avenue, left yesterdayfor Mrs.ams. T.Tampa A. Neal; T.Sanford A. Neal, Sanford;; and the fact that Miss TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY nice and crisp. Try them. Gordon's
; Miss Maggie -
her home in New York Reed win present it in Orlando as- Bakery. 5-8-6t
She Hart
city. Orlando; W. P. Dey, M. D.
was accompanied as far as Jacksonville Jacksonville; I. S. Field, M. D., Jacksonville : sures a good audience. There will be FOR SALE-Cull tomatoes, $1.00 per
by Miss Laura Lewter, who goes ; Wm. W. McDonnell M. D., a silver offering for the benefit of the crate, f.ob.. Good for canning and WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
Jacksonville; J. L Kirby Smith, M. Orlando Peace Society. chow-chow. Address Partin Bros., SKILLED WORKMENthis
to visit Mrs. T. J. Wiley. D., Jacksonville Wagner Fla.
H. Atkinson ,
I ; New 5-14-61 office is prepared to do the finestof
Mendelssohn club member tickets York; J. H. Pittman, M. D., Jacksonville -
Waiter Eat what want. job printing of every description.We .
; P- Ryan, St Louis W. you
are good for general admission only man of 55, able to care
Eat all "
R. Kimbell, Jacksonville. you wantTake for stock and do other are proud of the work we do,
and must be presented at Estes' work, desires
drugstore and
a postscript forget i it
I For sale all a home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Delivery I and we are always willing to put on
for by durggists.
reserve coupons. Job printing at the Sentinel l-T-d&w-lyr city. 5-14-lw that extra few minutes which will .

give your work that touch of individ-
FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms uality and distinctiveness without
1 IMI'lllllllilllllllliiiiii. 11 Illl MilMII for light housekeeping. $12.50 per
suite per month. Apply 307 East WOMEN ARE SURPRISEDon which publicity matter loses the-
Pine. 5-14-61 greater part of its value. And our

At The Lucerne their first visit at the extreme prices are no higher. Phone 24.

Today FOR SALE-One 1912 model Ford cleanliness of this
automobile in
good condition. If FOR SALE
interested, call at 706 East Church for it is not just ordinarily

\ street. 5-14-16-17 clean, but immaculately Fruit, farm, garden land, orange
groves and other property. If inter
l That fact lotto
Eat what you want so. means a ested, address A. B. A., care Sentinel.
Eat all you want. a woman who likes to 5-6-lw-d&w

"The Thrust of Hate a wonderful l three reel Eclectic 'feature For Take sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. know that what she eat i is
First class Brazing a specialty at
showing the most sensational l-7-d&w-lyr f free from any kind of pollu
Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.
duel scene ever depicted. in moving pictures, tion. A visit to this meat 125tf.jMMMMIMMMMIMtttf.
ORANGE GROVESWe market will satisfy the [most

"Wolves I of the Underworld a two reel Broncho fcat- are prepared to do spraying of fastidious.

ure, thrilling and exciting groves in this vicinity. Call and see Phone 23 Shoe Repairing

"Rural Demon," another good Keystone comedy us.5-9-d&w-6-l J. SCHNAAR Orlando& CO., Fla., i 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f by PARCEL POST


TOMORROW 'Mendelssohn Club presents "The Mi-' 1111111111111111111111111.SACRIFICE Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand' Men's Half Soles, 7c to 850i

Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf i i Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

kadO. Prices 50-75c and $1.00. SALE : | | Children's Half Soles, $0c to 7c
Sentinel want ads. are money get
> Hand Turned Soles, $Loo
fORD RUNABOUTA .. ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY. 1 Heels Repaired, 2c
I 1 All work returned in 24 hours.

\ Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents brand new runabout for 1 Orders without remittance re
sale at a sacrifice. Come andS turned C. 0. D. We pay
{ return postage.

Balcony: 5 Cents it.COOK. DR. J. C .HOWELL

.. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo A. Hanson I
show from 2 to 10 AUTOMOBILE CO.t
p. m. p. m.IIMIMMUM't. extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine Street t

5.123tu0i1i111SlIIII1011011III. Telephone connections
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: Oakland, Fla., May 12.-Rev. Mr. Thomas A. Edison chews tobacco

i and Mrs. Query are entertaining :Mrs. and smokes cigars, but he doesn't like MUNNIMAKERS How

Query's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. cigarettes. So, when he decided to
Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale Fr
Verner, and Mrs. Stribling, of South join Henry Ford, automobile manufacturer Rent etc. for this column 2Se for one day.
file for three days or 11.00 for one weds forK
Carolina, this week. of Detroit, in making war on words or less. Money must accompanythe
Mr. Joe Petris is the proud pos cigarette smoking everybody won advertisements for this column u no Would You
insertions will be made on credit.
sessor of a fine Reo car. This car dered what weapons he would invent

:. was shipped here for Mr. and Mrs. B. ,,for the war. FOR SALE

Cooley to use this winter, during their Well, placards which were postedin An elegant modern home; four bedrooms

} honeymoon. A good omen for many his West Orange shops are the ; two bath rooms; gas and elec-and Better Yourself?
tricity throughout; fruit trees
able to think so far. :
he's been
happy days to the Petris family. best up Mowers. 509 East Central avenue.
.t Mrs. Nannie Hudson gave a fine The placards, which 6,700 employeswill 2-15-tf.

launch ride Friday morning in honor see hereafter read:
of Mrs. Speer's guests. Those who "Cigarettes Not Tolerated. They FOR SALE If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

s; enjoyed it were Mrs. Speer, Mrs. Dull the Brain." Nursery stock, one, two, three and we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of
four old buds Foster Early
year ; ,
; Maurin, Rev. McDaniel, and Mr. Al Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
len. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle
:! The play, "The Arabian Knights," Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf are all right, then why not put us to the test.

A.J. given at the auditorium of the high REPRESENTATIVE
school well rendered. The FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one
:1, was performers I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative
1 from Orange county subject to acre in bearing orange grove; six This

deserve great credit for carrying the action of the Democratic primary to beheld acres' cleared; part of land suitablefor WayYour
out their parts so well. There June 2nd. gardening and trucking; located
! was a large audience to greet them. 3. H. REESE. half mile from city limits on public
road. Address M. C. B.
Bargain. ,
:i The proceeds were used to defray expenses FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
7' care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf doctor o gives you a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your
of commencement.
; hereby announce yin candidacy for RepreMntative case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical
) The services at the school house from Orange county subject to FOR SALE properties.YES .

J Sunday afternoon were well attend the Wi action Jane Yn&S.of the Democratic. S.primary GRIFFIN.to be Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

ed. The baccalaureate sermon was ly, no interest. saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
J delivered by Rev. Britton, of Lake FOR REPRESENTATIVE Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12
1 City. It was full of helpful thoughts acres land, lake front. $1,250.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or
- and an earnest appeal to young people Representative fr.m Orange county for the lando.
$10 per acre. NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
Florida Legislature -
of the
: : to enlist in Christian citizenship. next session
j to the Democratic primary to be held 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
:, The musical part of the program June 2nd. $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
t the audi C. P. DICKINSON. A. LEWTER.
seemed to be appreciated by
";:;' ence by the close attention given. We FOR REPRESENTATIVEYielding 4-14-dltw.lm we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

1 that Miss Collins, who so ably to what appears to be the desire high quality would have been used. Your
regret of leading citizens in almost every precinct .- FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare prescription would have been filled justas
for it well others ofi of Orange county that one of the candidates
arranged as
bargain recently completely overhauled
to be nominated for Representativein ; your doctor wrote it.Don't.
the seniors, were not able to attend. the primary election of June 2ad should and made good as new in every -
;; The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist be from the country precincts. I hereby an- part; guaranteed first class condition .
nounce myself a candidate.A.. I ; must be sold at once, even at
i r church met at Mrs. Steinbach's Fri B. :
sacrifice. Come, or address, White
4 day. There were eight ladies present ; MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. ForgetThat
1 and they spent an enjoyable day INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. I 4-23-tf

'i quilting. Baskets of eatables were I hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat
'it- election as a Member of the County Board of
brought, so they ate dinner picnic Public Instruction from District No. 2. Orange a bargain. Am returning North.

; fashion. County, Florida. Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
M. !4. SMITH. tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and
May basket parties were plentifullast MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION demountable rims. 0. L. Gooden, be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo
week. There have been
may Orlando, Fla. 5.7-lw
more, but these are some which have I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortu

jS been reported: On Tuesday night the Board re-election of Public to Instruction.the office Orange of Member County of FOR SALE-Or exchange for city rate-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
Buick four
and girls surprised Vera fram District No.3. subject to the coming property, a gray cylinder
young boys primary. Very respectfully.WM perfect condition. Max Isen, 601 these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople
Hickman the older Miss Collins
; ; ones, Church street. 59.3tFOR
Wednesday night. Miss Taylor ZellwMd. Fla. who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

was invaded, as was also Mrs. Mau FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI SALE-One thoroughbred Ala.
hereby announce myself as a candidate
bama hound. Address I. Turner,
rice. Thursday night Mrs. Hammond's for re-election to the office of Supervisor of
Registration for Orange County subject to Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw
home was besieged. This is a
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the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd.
. pretty custom of carrying tokens of UIL FOR SALE-Instantaneous hot water
friendship.Mr. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. heater for bath room; bargain price.
Can be seen at 411 South Main street. &
DeLaney AbernethyNext
= R. C. Sligh left last week for o FOR SHERIFFI 5-13-3t
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
' his home in Birmingham, Ala. He Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
s will be greatly missed in the song Democratic primary of RANK CO114. WISH TO PURCHASE property in

+ services. We regret he has disposed FOR SHERIFF monthly or near payments.Orlando or Winter Small Park house.on Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida.

of his property here, as his visits I announce myself as a candidate for the Any size plot from few lots to five

were always welcomed.Rev. office of Sheriff of Orange County. I Florida a, or ten acres. Address Henry Slater, .
subject to the Democratic primary. am *
W. G. McDaniels and little son, native of Orange county. In asking the votes Lake Pickett, Fla. 5-13-2t :
Mow citizens. I pledge myself to discharge
of Springer, Ala., visited his daugh. ray the duties of the office without fearor YOUR PRINTING
LOST-Glasses; double lense; hook Dr. Buckmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
ter Mrs. last week. favor to any man for the upholding of the
m Eugene Speer, over the ear; gold frame; lady's.
of and good
laws and the preservation peace. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Mrs. Speer accompanied them to order in the county. Return to 412 South Main, or this Look through your desk and see if

Longwood, on Saturday, to visit rela office, and receive reward. 5-13-3t OTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
tives. LOST-Two Airdale terriers weigh
BOARD OF PUBLIC IN ; at 24 and we will call, get your
Dr. R. G. De Busk, of Midway, COUNTY STRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 3 about 35 pounds each" ; names"Sandy" 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
x Tenn., is spending several days with and "Michael. Reward.E. at the lowest price consistent with

: his daughter, Mrs. Baxter. I hereby the office announce of Member myself of as a the candidatefor County Beeman. 5-12-tf Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our

f Mr. A. R. Hewitt was surprised by Board Board District of Public Ne.Instruction 3. subject to from the School actionof WANTED-Three or people up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

having his father come for a visit the Democratic primary. June 2nd. 1914. take "booster trip" to Miami; reasonable diseases treatedTelephone
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to proposition. Address Jack Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
p from South Carolina last week. educational interests of the county and for Tomato Plant and
the prices on Egg
Darling city, or phone St. Charles L H. RAMSDELL
Clark Roberts, of Orlando, had a faithful service. C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR hotel. 5-12-3t 578.Up Pepper Crates. 4-29m
novel experience the other day while OPTOMETRIST

coasting down the hill to Lake Apop- THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
Successor to Dr. 0. LUuni ,
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 FOR RENT to date painting, papering, etc., ( ) 125tf.
Repair Shop.
: ka. Only by the means of the excellent - Is the kind you want. Where to get

brakes on his auto was he enabled the I office hereby of announce Member myself of the County as candidate Board for of FOR RENT-House, close in to business it? That's easy, phone 636.V.. T. ORLANDO, -' FLORIDAPut
fixed ina
to keep from jumping into the Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo. section. Partly furnished. 19 Entrican. 1-20-tf If you want your bicycle
2, subject to the action of the Democratic Gould street. 5-13-3t money in thy purse by advertising hurry take it to Warman Repair
primary June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Shop. 125tf.
lake.The work of the office in the Sentinel
give due attention to the
Mather Smiths leave FOR RENT unfurnished
Saturday and endeavor to be fair to all the school -Permanently, -

r in their private car for Chicago. The interests of the county. J. B. REDDITT. 1 streets at nice South lower Lake flat and has South five .4-t II-. ....L.a. . . . . . . ,1. .A. .66I.ltlll'lltlttt. .
very ; - -
IWtVIWftfVll t
party will consist of Mr. and Mrs. i M iiititt4iiiiiiiiiiii.IT'S fi40ii4f4f '4
rooms and bath and all modern con
Smith, and Grace, Mary, Mather and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER veniences. Address C. Goesswein,
Ann, Mrs. Hamilton Smith and splendid I Commissioner am a candidate of for Orange the office county of County from Lake Davis. 4-16-tf

6 nurse, Miss Singley. A warm people District to 2.the If best elected of I my promise ability to having serve the resided TO LET-Lower apartment, No.8 TIME TO TAKE T UP 1 HOUSE

welcome awaits them on their return here a number of yean I am qualified Jackson street; partly furnished;
5 to their cheery winter home. the people.to know the needs of the section and all improvements; up to date; inspection

Y the a people Smith warm Mr.architect,L.and was spot P.family Hutton the in of the Grace guest Sunday.,hearts who of Park is Mr.of,known Oakland and Mather hasa as Apopka re-election hereby, Fla.as FOR announce Commissioner COMMISSIONERI Respectfully yrelf A. from C.a candidate STARBIRD.District No.for New FOR veniences room invited.RENT-A Grand house, on hotel.See,North with well owner all furnished Orange, modern J. A.avenue 5-12-31 Pruyn seven con;, .I f FURNISHING R I G O QUESTION[ I iN R REAL[ l lE.A.E

I 3. Orange county, Florida subject to the! close in; rent reasonable. Phone 333. .
Miss Elsa Henschen is having a action of the Democratic primary to be held I 5-12-3t

siege of the chicken pox. Glad to June 2nd. 1914. J. L. DILLARD. NESzOur

p say she is improving some now. FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER our store at No. 9 W. Church street
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Come in and we will show you. Pierce
NO HUGS OR SHRUGS IN THE District County Four Commissioner subject to the Orange action County of the: Electric Co. 3-29-tf stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

"TWINKLE" greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support.2nd 1914. I will I TO RENT-Some very desirable mod. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Yours truly ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. find what want at prices that are reasonable
Pittsburg, May .-A new dance, C. J. SWEET. 4-26-tf pleasure to just you

,car the "twinkle," devoid of hugs, shrugs Pine Castle Fla. in every sense of the word.

and shuffles, will be demonstrated by FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI The Keystone- has been thoroughly- -

its inventor, Thomas McDougall, secretary announce myself as a candidate for reelection cleaned and renovated and will opento HMMIMtHMiflMllinimmilMIMMmMIIIMMMM
to the office of County Commissioner
of the American Association of Orange County District Five subject the public Saturday, May 9. A
Masters of Dancing, at the annual to June the 2nd.decision 1114. of the Democratic primary chicken dinner will be served Sunday. j CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

convention of that organization ii Respectfully.E. Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf
L BROWN I ; to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
Cleveland, 0., June 8 to 20. Ft. Christmas Fla. .

Prof. McDougall is rehearsing the FOR TAX ASSESSOR MISCELLANEOUS clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

"twinkle" here with a partner for official I hereby announce my candidacy for the

presentation before the conven office to of the Tax action Assessor of the of Orange Demoenite County primary, subject OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The \ \ feature to you.Kincaid.

tion. The new dance is said to be called for June tad 1914. If nominated and Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof
.tk modest and gracefulTo elected I pledge you my faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT.FOR all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea Mi. | . Mill MMIIIIIIIilMHIHIHIIIIIIItltt
son. Your patronage solicited. S.
dance the "twinkle" the
; couple COMMISSIONER Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm
starts in the position of the old waltz. I I hereby announce myself a candidate for

), They waltz for eight measurs of music District re-eUctioa No.as 1 of Count Orange Commissioner county, subject from to I PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
,- then they hesitate-there is just the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your York city, with residence, to exchange
support will be greatly appreciated. for Orlando property on cash & Snowden
the faintest suggestion of the "hesti- M. 0. OVERSTREET. valuation. J. M., 307 West street

tation" waltz. Then the man steps FOR COUNTY TREASURER Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d

forward on his right foot, then on his I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County .bjert to the Spray material, insecticides and
left, back on his right and then the Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.
fungicides at F. F. Dutton's; San-
J. H. TUCKER. Furniture of Characterat
twain "twinkle. ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit
Throughout, there is an absence of FOR TAX COLLECTOR erature. 4291m.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
swaying and wrestling movements.The for reelection to the office of Tax Collector We insure your life and loan you
few who have seen a demonstration of Orange County, subject to the Democrat money on real estate at 6 per cent Popular Prices.........
primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If re-'
of the latest dance assert that it elected I pledge to you my faithful service interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
as I have endeavored to give ia the past Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
is certain to bcome a popular craze. W. K. MAKTIN. 3-25-d&wtf
; ii Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida \ \

Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., Buy your garden seed from DeLaney SEED! SEED! SEED!
-5 far prites 0 on Tomato, Egg Plant and & Abernethy. Just received a Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Pepper Crates. 4-29m big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf

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CAR TillS HIS of journalism at the Uni- Think of the possibility of a man ,
getting out of employment today, and GROVETen H THE MARKET
versity of Washington. At the ,Uni-
by inserting a "want ad." in the Sentinel .
versity of Pittsburg, where the journalism
Recites the Details of How the Gunmen .i courses are under the super- i securing a position before to-

Hired Car and Shot vision of T. R. Williams, managing morrow's sun has gone to rest! Of Cleanliness Of Quality j :
This is happening in Orlando quite lake
editor acres on beautiful
Rosenthal of the Press, students not only
often. Truly the'Sentinel "want ad."
do work for his paper but also,help two and one half miles from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
is a wonder.No .
out at times on other dailies in that
New York, May 12.-"Bald Jack"Rose secret about its success. The\ court house in the fastest grow- FISH AND GAME
city. Arrangements already
star witness of the first trial of Sentinel reaches the class and the'!
;been made to have the journalism ing section of Orange County,
Charles Becker for the murder of I best of the mass. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .
students Western Reserve univer-
in that Seven hundred and
Herman( Rosenthal, appeared orange grape
role again today. He calmly told of!I sity supplement the teaching of the REMEMBERThat fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
j dass with work
events room practical on two
the part he played in and
leading to the gambler's death. daily papers of Cleveland. Some of i full bearing. This grove is a; pure.
Substantially it was the 'same story the Western universities, like Missouri I we have every facility for turning big paying proposition. Owneris ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.. We have
,* Indiana, Kansas, etc., have out neat printing of all kinds.
that he told at the first trial. lIe recited everything in the Meat Line.
how Becker and ,Rosenthal had printing plants and issue daily pa- Letter heads, bill heads, office sta- getting old and must sell.

'entered into partnership in a ;ambling pers. These publications 'are to be!tionery, etc., furnished at the lowestI Present crop on trees indicate
regarded not ideal I prices first class work will permit.
as as some
i establishment; how they quar- papers two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET i
shallow critics to but
reled; how exposure for Becker was try imply, as I
imminent and how Rosenthal's death: practice sheets in which students may If your paper is not delivered I $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
print the class room exercises.-From promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
was. plotted. terms. H. M. Self & Co.
Rose told of alleged meetings be. "Schools of Journalism," by James! I I
Melvin Lee, in the American Review Try the Sentinel Job Department.
tween latter's Rosenthal home and and at other Becker places.at the of Reviews for May. I Subscribe for the Sentinel. I Cooper & Atha PINE STREET i

"Once Becker told me," said the I Phone
---- --- No. 80
witness, "that he was going to try 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I

to help Rosenthal get his gambling I Phone No. 311llltlHIiillillllilllM .HtllllllMMM HMHUHMMIICMHIItMl.!
house in Forty-fifth street open. i
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Later Pecker said Rosenthal would ---

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I' was opened." Later, Rose testified, a

1\fl\ preparing Becker learned to "squeal that,"Rosenthal whereupon was he ij I. For Sale !. :I We Will Put the Reinsof

said: = :
"That dog, that ingrate, let him go II I III I Success in Your

on! I won't budge an inch." Just arrived car load Modern 8-room : i I
A few days later after the arrestof
"Big Jack" Zelig, Becker said, according FORDS for immediate : House 2 doors ; HandsHow

to Rose, "Rosenthal is get- of
I | west Wyoming :
ting very dangerous. Can't you do delivery.Get ? By furnishing you witha
something with Zelig and these fel- | Hotel. Bargain : i .
lows to silence Rosenthal?" Zelig yours now I I i perfect Fertilizer Let our representative -
was a notorious gunman. | .
j Shapiro Says Police "Fixed" F. G. RUSH, call on you. He will give you a

Willie Shapiro, driver of the gun Phone 226 formula that will make and mature
, men's car, was the first witness to A. L. Bentley, : :M
testify today.! He told of receiving a your fruit.
call at his stand in front of the Cafe 10 L AMELIA AVENUE I j I .

Boulevard late at night on July 15.
He then went to Tom Sharkey's sa- .HIMMMMilMIMMMIDon't .

loon, he said, where he picked up .
"Jack" Rose, Harry Vallon and Sam wait for every one in town to
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'Bridgie' Webber's poker rooms up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
the occupants of the car got out," he job. 1-20-tf ; ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
said. "Fifteen minutes later Dago \J

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ordered to go to the Metropole, hotel.
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I I
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me to turn the car around so

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other side of the street. In fifteen
minutes I heard a shot. I looked toward --

the Metropole and saw a man
fall. I started my machine and had DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONS

gone about fifty feet when the four .
men caught up with me and jumped SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

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"I heard Whitey say, 'Make the ,
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chauffeur turn around and wait. The Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDv New Goods Arriving DailyI
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all fixed. is all T Orlando. A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm Orlando .. ..... 3:13 pm
cops are Everything r Jacksonville. A. C. L.... C:45am 'I:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
right. Becker has fixed them. T Jacksonville. A. C. L... :35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
T Waycross A. C. L..ll:50am 105 pm T Wavcross. A. C. L. .............1020pmr
"After the murder I took the tOur r Macon C. S. 4 F....... 513pm 4:15am Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46 amr
men to 126th street where they left r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25 am Atlanta C. of Ga. ,............. 7.2aa
.. r Knoxville. L. &: N. .............12:1pm
r Chattanooga. W. ft A. 12:18am 11:55am ..........
me. r Corbin.i L. &: N. ...... 3:16pm
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the witness got badly confused and sell Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
high grade
Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50
was unable to reconcile his testimony Az Hopkinsville L. & N........... 6:%1 pm Cincinanti. L. L N. ............. 8:50pm pmAr ,
of today with that of the previoustrial. 'Ar Evansville L. &; N..... i:%8 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo,'G. R. & L ..........1%:%0 pm : made by Schloss Bros, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terre Haute. C. &; E L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am I r Grand Rapids. G. R. &; L ....... 2:45 pm
Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15amI : Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL.;

PRACTICAL FEATURES OF I DIXIE LIMITED I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
i Solid train composed of section drawing. I
Solid train composed of
SCHOOLS electric
rom Bleeping cars observation compartment : Best in the city
& Co. place to trade.
cm and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach. : ,
rticazo and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and I '
in other schools of journalismis ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and( Indianapolis; .
just as practical as that at the DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and II
New York. At Marquette university Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
students accompany regular reporters ighted artment section' observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and electlic First-.' Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays W. M. SLEMONS ;
as the latter, make their roundsin lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear I ,
elves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati : ,
Milwaukee. Students at the Uni- i ina

versity of Wisconsin take regular .. URANGE AVENUE
news assignments on two of the daily\I R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent L

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the causes for drug addictions he
stated that 125 of the total was

among outcast women, and a large

q Attention Uniform Courtesy percentage of the remaining numberwas
rowft found in the neighborhood of,
do Details' ill though not within, the restricted dis 1


Sessions in the Elks' Home :: .:.,:' .
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The physicians were welcomed to (-: !){);.

the city yesterday afternoon by At-

torney Jos. H. Jones, representingthe .
i THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO city government, .in a witty : .' -0. :

speech, concluding with a pretty trib- 1. ", '

ute to the medical profession and its i ; :
members. Mr. John M- Chney did the : -- .
-- EXPERIENCE COUNTS IN MONEY MATTERS honors on behalf of the Orlando : = ::-::
y. Board of Trade in his usual happy ; I
and finished style.Dr. .
To bank here means that your affairs are C. D. Christ welcomed the doc- + FLAG
r tors on behalf of the medical profes-
in the custody of an old, experienced financial k
sion of Orange county, alluding impressively -
stands for the protection of life
institution, established in 1893.It to the worth and dignityof :.

has been in business here continuouslysince the cult. The response to the ad- and property of American Citizens
dresses of welcome was made by Dr.
its organization. The officers and direc- J. G. Dupuis, of Lemon City, in whichhe everywhere!

tors are men who know thoroughly the business expressed the pleasure of the visitors and

in partaking of the hospitalityof the same Government
needs and demands of our community : protects
: Orlando. He referred appropriately -
y their knowledge and advice is yours for the to the beauty of the town and to : till!! their finances when entrusted to

; asking. the fame of its loveliness and cordial to this "National" Sank, which is

spirit. .- .
Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg opened the t. under Government supervision

c exercises with an invocation of exceptional :.', .:

fervor and beauty, as fol- '. ..' ... "'

lows: ''.-. '., .. .'...
"Almighty God: Grant unto us to "...' '".
A know that we are under the Great .-';0.'. ."',,,..;,''
Taskmaster's eye. Show unto us that
a IJjiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiittiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiMitiMiiiiii iimmiimiib Thou dost covenant with all who labor i "

for honest work Give unto us : :.,:; ; 5' 't ';:
reverence for what we have put our

hands to. Make of it a worshipping de- 1 '.. .. ,.. .
offer daily "
our '
t place wnercin we .. : .., "
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votion Thou art to be found, not .:. .,' .. .. .. ,. . ... ,....., .. "' '"
alone in tic sanctuary, Thou mayestbe '
known also, in Thy helpfulness, ; :. i ,
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wherever the hand of man ministersto 0' r;< O.: .
t .
the diseased and maimed bodies of .' 1 r _, ; .
the children of men. : ,' : .:. .. :" ,; ,. .
NOLISTHETIME I "Thou dost lead men in their under- .- .
taking of great conquest. Thou dost
promise Thy help to all the reverentWe
e may inquire of Thee in the lab-
Y oratory, in the dissecting room, in the
study of the germ, as well as in a
r searching the heavens and the earth, {

which Thou hast made. We may .. .
make a temple of life and its labors, milllllimi
and bring the fruits of our work, and
s place them upon the altar of sacrifice,
RANGE and reverently worship, as though our
SPECIAL GAS feet stood within Thy holy courts. .
z "Give unto us to know that thereis
no sacred and no secular, that there : The Grand Theatre :
is no work, but God's work, and no ;tt
9 true worker save he who is God's
man. Thou art continuously bringing
light into the dark. Every time the
light is struck, by honest worker -
A1H L HThursday any A
anywhere, give unto us to know COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
that it is God marking pathwayof
t the race, bringing a larger free- ,
dom and destroying fear and casting .
s the horoscope of hope for the future.I I
t "We pray for Thy grace upon this Today"Doctor
14 company of physicians, workers for
May the furthering of the purposes of God.
=ka We petition for them reverence, con-
scientiousness, earnestness, love of Polly drama Vitagraph two parts.
man and fear of God. Let the pat- ,
a tern descend into the earth and let .
every man see how to make life like
h= We have only a few Ranges [unto the pattern that God has designed "King Baby's Birthday drama Selig. Full reel.
in the 'Mount' We would lift ,
left now and they are going fastso up our hearts in great thanksgivingfor
what Thou hast done, through the
self abnegation; shame, sorrow, per- Of the Hills drama Essany. Very
"A Romance interesting.
if you want 20' per cent off secution, and even death, of those ,
who have labored in the dark for
what we now inherit, and who have
on a new Range, or if you want gone to their reward, and we pray for
the spirit of reverence to fail upon

your service pipes put in light those who, who until work labor God earnestly shall in the be time for seen the of guidingall better liber- Real Music Mays s a Special feature

ating of man from disease and ignorance -
,s and sin. God bless the physi-

I cian.After Amen.the formal" exercises the doctors .

I FREE Of CHARGENow session proceeded after at hearing once to reports the scientific from- "ZINGO.Friday, May 15

officers, and the citizens withdrew.

Before he left the hall Dr. Stagg extended -
Y Matinee 3:30 to 5:30 7 to 10.
l a challenge to any doctor present : : :
is the time to come around who might wish to test medical ,,

trT knowledge against theology on the I

i T and give us your order. golf course, and at the same time : Children 5c Adults lOc
avowed the belief that he was prepared -
to skin any golfer that the doe .
tors might produce- .
n Those physicians who registered at i i 111111111 IIII Ml IIII fmimMMMMMIMIillMltllilMHIItMMfony III III III II III IIIliilll t"t""r\" "

the session yesterday were: _

John MacDiarmid, DeLand; Edward ; ; Denis, Mose; Dale, Lias; Em-HMIMMMMMMIIIMHHMMIMMMIMMitlilllllHi
Orlan Water & t F. MacConnell, DeLand; Wm. R.War- men, Dr. C. A.; Fuller, T. F-; Finni- I
o Light Ol ren, Key West; C. H. Ryala, Jackson ran, E.; Harris, R. T.; Kegman, R.
county; N. A. Baltzell, Jackson coun- H.; Kent, Frederick; Kerr, J. W.; Les-
ty; L. A. Peek, West Palm Beach; J. :soy, Samuel; Luk, T. F.; Morris,' 1[ all Summer r rOur
Paul; Mashburn, William H; Miller,*
Harris Pierpont, Pensacola; ,E. W. A. J.; McRae, J. S.; McLodl, Lewis;J
; Gas Department Warren, Palatka; L. C. Wood, Web Noble, Pasco; Perkins, Jerrie; Porter,
ster; C. G. Raehr, Fort Pierce; C Mill; Poster, C. L.; Poppel, John A.;
Rosenberg M. M.; Raualerson, Mr. new line for the Spring
Carroll, C. E. Coffin, Winter
and Mrs. Ried, J. B. Saunders T.
iiiiiimi niiiiiiii Nt ; ;
Park; Henry K. DuBois, Port Or- H.; Smith, Rev. W- H.; Scott, Har- and Summer season of 1914 is

ange; M. B. Herlong, Jacksonville; ney; Stevens, Hon. A. B.; Smith, Al- now complete. Never in the his-

iniMiHItllllllMMMtlllllltllMMIIIIIIIIIiliiStock ... T. A. Neal, Sanford; J. C. Davis, bert H.; Sims, Dr. E. 0.; Stewart, tory of our business have we
Lewis; Sims, Dr. 0. S.; Tomson, Sock-:
Quincy, second vice-president; H. 0. ter; Wiggins, Harrie; Williams, Ed-. bean able to show such a line of
Byrd, Trilby; A. C. Hamblin, Tampa; gar; Williams, GuyV ,:
Sale and timely goods for Eas
Reducing From C. E- Terry, city health officer, Jack- Clem ((2)); Williams C. H. new
I Women's List-Anderson, Mrs Eb- ter selling. Our line of Dress
sonville; C. D. Christ, Orlando; Syl-
Tuesday May 12th nezer; Bryant, Mrs. Lola; Berry, Miss: Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery .
van McElroy, Orlando; C. A. Boone; Lizzie; Balkin, Mrs. Missie; Barnett,.
J. G. DuPuis, first vice-president, Mrs. E. May H.; Brown, Miss Susan Ready-to-Wear goods
TOWednesday Lemon City; F. F. Ferris, Apalachicola Copeland, Miss Mandy; Carlen, Miss: notions is complete-the stylesare
Roser; Doyle, Mrs. Ora A.; Edwards,' varied enough to suit
R. H. McGinnis, Jacksonville J.
; ; Mrs. William; Hosingoff, Mrs. Sallie;: the in -Jig with
May 20thBest Knox Simpson, Jacksonville; Jas. D. Henderson Miss Cora; Hollingsworth the taste of every one, and prices are
Pasco, secretary-treasurer, Jacksonville Mrs. L. A.; Long, Miss Tessie; Mack-' every purchaser's idea of economy. To ac' the
Values at Lowest Prices ; Graham E; Henson, Jackson- en, Miss Gatherin; Metcalf, :Mrs. Irv-: Easter trade we are going to sell our YO"
ing W.; Raymond, Mrs. H. H;' the 1st uatil the 12th of April at 15 to
ville T. M- Rivers, Kissimmee.
; Sharps, Mrs. Victoria; Story, Miss: than the regular prices.
Stella; Smith, Ada Snips, Mrs. Lusi-. cheaper
I MISSES liULOT & DUNN UNCLAIMED LETTERSList I I inna; Stephens, Mrs. Marindy; Sullivan -' We will appreciate and be more than pleasedyou
Miss Mayme; Walker, Mattie;: our line if you will call on us.
of letters remaining in Orlando Hunt Miss (Trained Nurse); Jones,'
Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's postoffice for the week ending May Irs. P. B. :
: 9th, 1914. When calling for same,
please say "advertised Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,:
Patterns W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. for prices on Cow Peas 4.29m: U NR[ New iYor StrnwmimiwinminL
Men's List-Biggs, J. D.; Boyce, I
J. C.; Brown, Jim; Baird, E. J.; Read the advertisements daily.
.. .. ..., . . . . . .... Burke, Thomas: Brown. S. B.; Clark, For the read The Sentinel
James ((2)); Cotte, James; Davis, news


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