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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 15, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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-- THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. NUMBER 81.

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. ftAMfR[ [ ARRIVES IN NEW V YORK I IWIIH SELECt MOOSE ij E MOVE V[ lr'tHANDSOME' 0

. BELIEVED[ [ [ II FALL OFREBELS f TAMPICO' MORE[ VICTIMS STAT[ MEDICOS[ [ NEW CLUB QUARTERS[ I BUT ON[ CANDIDATE[ IS


DRAND AS THE[ NEXT LEGALLY y n AlIfim INI

Will' L PLACE[ QUIETUS[ ONAR 1 TALK Three Dead Marines and a Large i!

Number of Sick and Wounded MEINGPLACE[ [ j HILLSBOROUGH O O

Brought From Vera Cruz I I

WILL BE ALLOWEDTO SFABOARD[A PACKING H HOUSE U E I WINS BY
New York, May 14.-(Special)- THREE : PRIMARY LAW WAS NOT

CRUSH HUERTA IN BURNED 10 THE GROUND The Solace steamed, up the ,bay to- ,OVER I FOLLOWED BY THOSE

THEIR OWN WAY night to the Brooklyn navy yard, hav-
IN A SPIRITED WHO WANT TO HOLD
ing arrived from Vera Cruz, with one
Abandoned Building Believed to Have i hundred and one patients in her CONTEST OFFICE

SAfElY[ Of SIWMAN STIll IN DOUBI Been Fired by Tramps Who Had ,wards, and the flag-draped bodies of .
three marines in her after cabin.
Lost Sleeping Quarters, Sixty-one sick and wounded were AN INTERESTING SESSION : UNUSUAl SITUATION IS DISCOVERED[

APPOINTMENT OF PENA BY taken to the navy hospital, thirty-two:
HUERTA TO RELIEVE MAAS The old Seaboard packing house of them victims of snipers. Four of
which has given the fire departmentso the thirty-two had suffered amputa F. CLIFTON MOOR, OF T ATTORNEY SHACKLEFORD DUG
TAKEN AS ANOTHER SIGN
many runs made it's last call last tions. Three of them were minus HASSEE, CHOSEN UP INFORMATION SHOWING
THAT "OUR WAR" WITH MEXICO night about 8 o'clock. The old build
legs and the fourth had lost an arm AND GRAHAM E. THAT ALL CANDIDATES
IS AT AN END ing has not been used for quite awhile Twenty-eight of those taken to the I
OF JACKSONVILLE IS WITH ONE EXCEPTION
and tramps had been using it a s hospital were flushed with tropical ,

Washington, May 14Special.( ) sleeping quarters. A few days ago fever. Thirty-nine convalescents were MADE SECRETARYThe MADE MISTAKE

Unless Huerta decrees otherwise "our Mr. L. P. Branham, local agent of left on the Solace to gain strength. I -

war" with Mexico is over. Even,the the Seaboard, had the old beds thrownout The three dead were R. Henry Pul- members of the In Hillsborough county a singular

navy and war department officials, and the bulding nailed up. It is liam, of Virginia; Clarence 0. Hirsh- ical association recessed from : situation exists because candidates

who have been chiding a bit, conceded thought probable that the fire was the berger, of New York, and Hunter entific sessions for awhile yes did not inform themselves a\ to the

this today.. The fall of Tammco. hay work of incendiaries who had formerly Dobson, also of this city. to discuss matters pertaining requirements of the primary law and
ing been accomplished, Villa is to.be used the house for shelter and took organization, and went into failed to file the required oath 'with

allowed to crush Huerta slowly. this method of revenging themselves.The tion of officers and the the clerk of the circuit court.
house was a frame structure IACKSONVIt1E TO BE NAMED[ AS the next meeting place.
Secretary Bryan admitted today A young attorney, T. M. Shackle-
valued and coveredby
that Silliman's fate is still doubtful, at $700, was fully DeLand was chosen over ford, Jr., son of the chief justice of
,but the state department does not ap- insurance. The pine timber madea POINT FOR .smp R REPAIRS[ see after a warm contest by a the Florida supreme court, is responsible -
hot fire and but for the fine
pear to be excited over the situation.It very 25 to 22. But Tallahassee for showing the authorities that
work of the fire much
seems apparent that Secretary department ored in the election of officers, all but one candidate is legajly dis-
Bryan has information of the case more damage would have been done. Alex Merrill in Washington to Bring Clifton Moor, one of the qualified for place on the official bal-

which has not been made public. Dr. Phillips' packing house blazed I Attention of Authorities to young physicians of the state [ Y [ lot. What means will be taken to
twice but the turned
water it
Peace indications came from Vera was on His Ship Yard made president. Dr. P. G correct the error, if any, have not
Cruz in news from Funston that .I immediately so that it suffered no whom he succeeds, was unable H been suggested. The Tampa Timesof

Huerta has recalled Gen. Maas and damage. The fire engine was given a tend the Orlando meeting yesterday tells the story as follows -
chance to show what it could do and Washington, May 14.-A. R- Mer- .
substituted Gen. Pena in command of this time in Rochester, where :
b satisfaction. The hose had to rill, of the Merrill-Stevens Engineering -
the Mexican forces near Vera Cruz. gave cently underwent an operation
be turned on the crowd several times company, of Jacksonville, is here, Hillsborough county has but one-
This is believed to be due to protestby I' Mayo brothers. The cause of if any-candidate for the Democratic
when it got too close. his purpose being to have Jackson-
Gen. Funston on the supposed sence was feelingly
ex- nomination for county office.It .
ville
designated as a place for
ecution of Private Park.It repairs and was the subject of a
of transports. The government has is a startling discovery to make,
is significant also that Pena wasa BOY WHO HOT POSTOFFICE[ in the last few days requisitioned sympathy. The newly elected after all the handshaking, word-wran
Maderoista and his appointment is
fare: I
number of ships, among them two 0 ling that has gone on for the past
regarded as a to the Madero fac President-F. Clifton Moor
sop ROBBERS IS REWARDED[ [ the Clyde Line boats plying between hassee. few weeks.
tion.While I New York and Jacksonville. But it is true, T. M. Shackleford,
the fall of Tampico ended! ... First Vice-President-C. D.
I The requisition so far embraces s Jr., acting county attorney, asserts.
the acute situation connected with th Orlando.
Paul Sauls Given Job in Jacksonville: thirteen coastwise ships. Of these : d Legally, he says, only one man has
oil wells it does not entirely remove Second Vice-President
Postoffice: Without Standing some are of the Ocean Steamship o complied with the Bryan primary
dynamite from the Mexican situa- son, Tampa.
company between New York and Sa y law's provisions for the qualifications
tion. Complications will arise at that ExaminationWashington Third Vice-President

nAft- ATTAl v..... 4n....A.. 'nn"H........... UA nq. nwlw.., U.4J. nwa GUU vannah. This action by the govern "tYiAno' A rfarJisiSecretaryTreasurer: e I of. candidates. And: upon this.conies
I.the ment shows the extensive prepara- me question wnetner there is one
shipment of arms. The constitu- May 14.-Paul V. tions that are being made for qualified candidate or none-there is
tionalists expect the removal of the war. Henson, Jacksonville.
Sauls was rewarded for his heroic defense a legal difference of opinion as to
embargo on arms and this was considered of the Tallahassee, Fla., post- BATTLE CREEK IN MOURNINGFOR Librarian-James D. Pasco :whether or not this man has complied
at the White House today at office against two robbers when the sonville.An .
CIIAS. W. POST 8)i i with the "corrupt practices" act's
a conference between the presidentand president issued an executive order interesting discussion I provisions.I .

Chairman Stone of the senate appointing him to a clerical positionin Battle Creek, Mich., May 14.-Spe-( cipitated yesterday I Every candidate but one-Tom
foreign relations committee. Dr- J. H. of
Hodges
the government without examina- ,
i cial.)-Escorted by a thousand em- Wier-failed to file with Clerk W. P.
tion. Sauls, who is 22 years old, will ployes and women the body of CharlesW. fered a resolution that the I Culbreath of the circuit court, his
MAYO REPORTS ALL QUIET AT committee be directed to I
become
clerk in
a the Jacksonville
Post, the cereal food manufacturer sworn statement as to party affilia-
TAMPICO postoffice.Four who committed suicide, was car- for presentation at the next : tion and other qualifications. And the
Vera Cruz, May 14.-(Special.)- years ago while substitutingfor ried to its last resting place this of the legislature, to last day to file those sworn state-
Mayo's ships are being anchored at his father as watchman in the afternoon. Every city office was several counties to levy a ; ments was yesterday. Tom Wier filed

the mouth of the Panuco river six Tallahassee federal building, Sauls closed, the street cars stopped run- I the erection and the sworn Statement with the clerkof

miles from the city. They are keeping fought off two safe blowers, fatally ning, factories were shut down, ana county hospitals. the circuit court, who acts in the
the embassy at Washington well wounding both.DEATH the entire population of 30,000 either This idea was generally I capacity of clerk of the county com-

posted by direct wireless. One brief went to the church where the services but there was some opposition : missioners, but Mr. Wier did not file,

d'spatch: was received here from OF T. H. BARLOWMr. were held or lined the streets through ent, it being contended by twenty-five days prior to the election,
Mayo in which he said that all was which the cortege passed. the commissioners of the the first statement of expense, because
quiet at Tampico today. All the city T. H. Barlow died at 12:25 this ready had the authority to r at that time he was not a candidate
is being engaged in disposing of the morning at his residence in this city YOUNG ELECTED PRESIDENT OF of the indigent sick at for office.

dead. Nothing has been heard of the from a complication of ills. Beyondthe NORFOLK SOUTHERN houses.Dr. :; As a legal fact, Mr. Shacklefordsays
fate of the four hundred Spaniardswho fact that he will be buried at Hodges replied to this thirty-seven of the thirty-eight

were unable to find refuge aboard Lake Howell in the Partin burial New York, May 14.-(Special.)- ing that a poor house was candidates for office have not com
the ships in the river when the rebels grounds the funeral arrangements Jos. E. Young was today elected pres- pital, and all knew what it .. plied with the Bryan primary law.

were advancing on the town. The have not been made, but are in chargeof I ident and general manager of the usually to take a sick man e ,He advised the county commissioners

constitutionalists deny that they have, Undertaker Hand who will furnish Norfolk Southern railway, succeed- house. He said that a model of these facts this morning. No steps

been massacred. Mayo ordered two information today to inquirers. I' ing Charles Hix, resigned. I was needed in many of the : were taken at the time-the commis-
ships of the fleet to steam up the Thomas Henry Barlow was born in! if not in all, and that the sioners themselves are in the same

Panuco and take possession of Tarn Stewart county, Ga., in 1860. He, RANDOLPH SU UIERLlS'S BODY I sick who might be sent to eh! boat being candidates for nomination
pico, believing their presence woul< ; came to Orlando in 1886 and was ARRIVES IN GEORGIA uges was at present a I. for re-election-but it was decided to
end to quiet and restore order in th: married in 1890 to Miss Partin. was borne by a few in each I put the names on the ballots at any

city. Three children blessed the union and Willacoochee, ",Ga., May 14.-The nity. One of the rate. Commissioner J. L. Hackney,
an, Ethel Eldridge and Herbert, and body of Randolph Summerlin, the bers strongly supported Dr. chairman of the board, said he did
ROAD CONTRACTS WILL BETAKEN the wife survive him. The deceased Georgia marine who was killed during resolution. He said that the not believe, since all were alike in the

UP AGAIN TODAY has four brothers living, J. E. andS. the occupation of Vera Cruz, arrived hospital in Duval county had ,matter, that any contention would be

W., of Havana, Cuba; B. L, of here Wednesday morning, and the dumping ground for the raised as to the legality of the nomi
The county commissioners will holdan Evinston, Marion county, and R. D., his funeral was held Thursday afternoon sick from many of the other nations.

adjourned session this afternoonat of Corpus Christi, Texas. Mr. J. E. at 2 o'clock. Rev. N. H- Olm- and an immense amount of Byrd Sparkman, attorney of the
2 o'clock to further consider the Barlow, of Havana, was at his broth stead
pastor of the Methodist church, being done there, but the Democratic executive committee of a
bids of the contractors for the construction er's bedside when he died, having conducted
the services and special patients coming in from Hillsborough county, was present. He
of the proposed system of been summoned from Havana last I honors were paid to the young Gear ties had grown so great that was not inclined to agree with Mr. r

brick.. roads. which. .. went. over- from...I Thursday on account of his illness. I gian. tions had to be adopted- to Shackleford. in that omission to file
me session 01 uonaay. iney win The deceased was engaged in a gen any patient from being : the affidavits-which the candidates
also take up the matter of the sale eral fruit brokerage business, owningand Sam I less he
Shipman, of St. Petersburg, had been a resident swore to, but left with the chairmanof
of the bond issue of $600,000. Bids operating one of the largest was run over and instantly killed bya county for six months. I the Democratic campaign committee -

for the bonds were opened Tuesday, packing houses in this section. At trolley car Monday afternoon. Witnesses ty, he said, had need for B. L Blackburn-with the proper
but none of the bids received was as one time he owned nine packing i]I i I|
exonerate the motorman. It pital and it would be no person, the clerk of the circuit court
much as par,and all were rejected. houses through the citrus section and I'i'j I seems that Mr. Shipman was walking the people to support them, I would legally affect the placing of thei

was second to the largest shipper of'''along: the hard surfaced walk, parallel end it had to be done by names upon the ballots.
SENTINEL NEWS SERVICE CAME citrus fruits from Florida. I i|I to the tracks, and suddenly The resolution was I And all the commissioners wanted
BY LONG DISTANCE PHONE I I Though he never held of- turned
a public .
(I across the tracks in front of adopted.The ;to agree with Mr. Sparkman.
The Sentinel's'wire service was interrupted -:I fire he always took an active interest,, the He
car. was deaf and the accident business session was But Mr. Shackleford stands firm,
last night by reason of the i in affairs, and wielded a wide infl is attributed elected I
the
{l -j to this fact. over by newly insisting that the law gives the chair-
burning, of a telegraph pole at the ence. He was warm hearted and loy-:I and the new secretary took I I man of the executive committee no

Seaboard packing house fire early in 11 but independent of thought and I, CHANCERY CASE HOLDS ON utes. Mr. H. H. Yowell is I authority to receive the sworn state-

the evening. The 'Western Union action, and he had a host of friends I I' The time of Judge James W. Perkins cial stenographer reporting ments of party affiliation, and that
operator took the service from Jack- who will be
grieved
at the news of of the circuit
court was held all ceedings. the law requires that the statementsbe
the sonville by long distance phone, and his death. | day yesterday with the case of Patrick After the adjournment of filed with the clerk of the circuit

Sentinel is thus enabled to pre :I I vs. Patrick, being a suit between ness session the physicians court not later than twenty days be
sent its usual service: this morning i in Lots of paper bound books for summer the heirs of the estate of J. J. Pat vited to form a group on fore the election. That time has

.. spite of the accident which put the recreation within the price of rick. The regular docket will probably house lawn, where an excen 'I ; n t I passed, and only one affidavit-that
telegraph wires out of commission. everybody at Curtis & O'Neal's. be, resumed! today. (Continued on page of Mr. Wier-has been filed.4. .


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c 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
:. class of merchandise in Jacksonville. No shoddy, cheap, or inferior goods in the stock,all new. They have been in business
five months, hence nothing could possibly be any older than that; a lot of goods had not been taken out of their[cases when
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c. ALWAYS ALIVE TO BARGAINS,AND A CHANCE TO GET THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY FOR THEIR TRADE.BOUGHT THIS STOCK FOR 50c. ON THE DOLLAR;
JUST HALF ITS VALUE,PACKED IT UP AND NOW HAVE IT IN ORLANDO. THIS WE HAVE COIBINEDVITH OUR IMMENSE AND EXCEPTIONALLY FINE STOCK,
AND OFFER TO YOU THE ENTIRE STOCK AT UNHEARD OF PRICES,AND MAKE ONE GRAND CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS. ORLANDO HAS HAD MANY SALES, BUT
NEVER HAD ONE LIKE THIS BEFORE. OUR FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS IN OUR NEW FOUR-STORY BUILDING; OUR IMMENSE LINE OF MERCHANDISE,
CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS,NOTIONS, LADIES' READY.TO.\VEAR,MILLINERY,SHOES FOR EVERYBODY, lIENVO IEN AND CHILDREN, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
CLOTHING, GROCERIES, FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, TRUNKS,BAGS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF EVERY KIND; EVERYTHING THAT GOES
A: IN THE HOUSE,FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE PARLOR, COMBINED WITH OUR TREMENDOUS OUTLET,TAKING IN A RADIUS OF 100 MILES AROUND ORLANDO,
MAKE THIS POSSIBLE. REMEMBER,THE SALE LASTS AS LONG AS STOCK LASTS.

BOUGHT FOR HALF PRICE AND WILL BE SOLD AS BOUGHT

"; This 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,
J 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 !
k fortune is your good fortune,and if you do as we did,you will take advantage of this opportunity. ; ;
This stock is so large, that we have to draw from long distances to get eneugh people to take it up, so will refund railroad fare to all purchasers of goods to the amount of$20,
+' 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,
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.. ite Needs What the Educational Pine Castle, Fla., May 14.-Miss MMMIMMMIMMIMMMMIMMMMIIIMMMHHIIilMMMIMIMMffH -
Frances May left Tuesday for a visit

Department of Florida Federationof with her sister at Wauchula.Mrs. Orlando Bank & Trust Co
: L. C. Horn and Mrs. A. T.

Women's Clubs Has Done to AssistBY McCulloch, of Orlando, visited with
relatives here Tuesday.Mrs. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

( MRS. WILLIAM S. JENNINGS) : S. Frank Phillips greatly enjoyed -
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a visit from her cousin, Miss RESOURCESReal
At the meeting of the board of directors izes, and the lack of money prohibits. M. E. Hoffner, of Faribault, Minn.,
Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
music is
Florida Federation of Women's We feel.that a necessity, and .
Sunday.Mr. Loans and Discounts . . . 378,166.14
Fri- hour. We II. II II.
Clubs, held in Gainesville also the story need medical and Mrs. Homer Sheldon left
number of interesting and dental inspection and Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
day, a very papers thorough last Thursday for their home in Ash-
were read by brilliant Florida school hygiene, and social hygiene in tabula, Ohio, after spending the winter Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
Cash Hand and due from Banks
on . 473,059.02
women. Among the number was the our state normal curriculum. Each here. II.

report by Mrs. William S. Jenningsof school should provide a special teacher Ersel Everett Tyner, the beautiful

Jacksonville, chairman of the department and room for coaching backwardand little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ty- $904,906.09

of education, who said, in conditioned pupils. Each school .er, died Thursday, May 14th, at 2 LIABILITIES

part: should have physical training as reg- m., after a lingering illness. He Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

"Our state's greatest need is a more ular routine work. Only in few in- was the prize baby at the Orange Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

uniform method of conducting school stances, and that recently secured, ounty fair last year. Very much Bills payable . . . . . . . None
affairs. There is no other businessrun have school buildings sufficient or loved by everybody here his death is
on such lax lines as the business suitable grounds. The grounds belong a shock to the entire community. Deposits . . . . . . 770,793.72

connected with education. Each schoolis to our civic chairman, this department funeral services will be held Friday Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

a school unit and controlled en- co-operating, as we do in morning, burial in Orlando cemetery.The .
tirely by the county school board of home economics and many of the oth- $904,906.09

three. They enforce the law. or not, er departments- with no desire to infringe 0- K. Billiard and Pool Parlor,

according to their ability, inclinationand on their territory. J. A. Huntington, proprietor, is now Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
information, which, I regret to "Some states have laws compellingthe located in the Giles & Hovey building -
Deposits April 11th, 1914 . 770,793.72
is not II. II. II.
say, in many instances, alwaysthe county school board to furnish a on Orange avenue, where he will

best. The county superintendents certain area of play ground and conduct one of the best amusement Increase in 37 days. . '.. . . 121,308.81Deposits
are not elected with an eye sin- school gardens for each pupil, thirty places in this section. 5-14-6t
gle to their qualifications, nor are the Dec. 31, 1913 . II II II II 521,167.38 '
feet conceded
by experts .
square as a
principals and teachers selected witha minimum allowance. After consulting MIM4MM11lNMl1For + Deposits April 11th, 1914 II. II. II II. . 770,793.72

view to their proper qualificationsWe with the civic chairman, we Increase in 100 249,626.34
may days II II. II II .
need vocational training and deem such a bill advisable to present! SaleI

guidance, even in our grammar to the next legislature. Heretoforeour 1 Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

schools. method of procedure has been en- The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
"In 1910 the twelve Southern states tirely persuasive, but we realize a I have the following Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

had 788,699 native white children, be- need of the authority of laws to sup- properties which I offer friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
tween the ages of 6 and 14, not in : ply our greatest reforms. at ATTRACTIVE PRICES sible.
school. This proves the need of a
compulsory educational law. Mr. Better Accommodations"We prior to going north: ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKMMIHMMMMMMH

must have architecturally One California Bungalow -
per-
sented Sheats,a our local state option superintendent compulsory, edu-pre- fect school buildings, considered from ; one two-story house :: fct n i n f 11 m m M( ::::::

cational bill, to the last legislature, .the standpoint of safety from fire, (corner lot.) Intending !

in which we did not join, because we and equipped with soundless floors buyers will do well to get REMEMBERThat MMM IIMII

desired, first, to make sure of our and pavements around buildings; in touch with me on
most approved modern heating, light-
child labor law.Greater .
above which we have every facility for turn-
Needed ing, ventilation and sanitation. Ward- properties,
"We need to Efficiency create and maintain-a- robes, toilets and wash rooms on ev- are both new and well ing out neat printing of all kinds. Beck & PaynesCash
for located. Letter heads, bill heads, office stationery -
and attain ery floor both sexes. Separate
better environment a
etc., furnished at the lowest
of efficiency in educational sanitary towels, liquid soap, individ-
greater degree our
FRED B. DALE prices first class work will permit.
ual fountains
work generally. We lack drinking on each floor.

concerted action. There should exista Sufficient seats, green blackboards of Grocery
more friendly interest among our proper height. Each building con- 306 ANDERSON STREET Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.i .

club in in the teachers taining eight grades should have an
women general, PHONE 376 -- --- -
and the schools the be- auditorium for the assemblage of pupils -
buildings
ing used as social centers where pos- during and inclement a basement weather for recess. games TIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII :I i:i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I: crept ft PINTO GMffllfSKJ1111 _

sable. UUlIll'Wft aallw au \A 1 III 1 v/1 UI'\1\JLI'ILU
"We need trained teachers, better I "The state law authorizes school I ISfMINOLC tNice .
To THE WEST FLY TIMEAre
salaries, longer school terms, fewer supervisors, where there is no special

pupils to a teacher, more practicaland I school tax district, when they are superseded I those windows screen.
stock. White Rose
condensed methods in grammar I by trustees. We feel the ed yet? Patented detach new

schools; semi-annual promotions, uniform -I necessity of a more constant and LIMITED able hangers used on all
brand Canned Fox River But-
books and uniform grading.i thorough inspection of our public screens. No ladder need- | goods,
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throughout the entire state; school schools, to the end that each one be Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm ed to take off or put on
libraries, which our state law author- kept up to the desired standard." Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm when washing windows. ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L 9:00 pm l
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm R.J.WALDRONContractor
AFTER TWO THOUSAND YEARS TRIANGLE SOCIETY TO MEET IN !Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am ine. Call and get our cash prices. I '
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am and Builder
UNION SERVICEAt Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am I
410 West Street
Armed with a special permit signedby Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am \
the Kid Eve of Egypt, the three the meeting of the executive Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am ." 11111111",1"1" ,. 11 West Robinson Avenue
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05
p
men had been conducted to the tomb board of the Triangle society Sunday
Ar Birmingham,Ala. G.of G.12:05 pm
of Cleopatra and now itood gazing afternoon, which was held at the Bap-, Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm [ t1+1N1MMFor
respectfully at the QIUmTJl tist church, it was decided to have a Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
"Ah," sighed the Poet, "if she would union service at the Methodist church Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm ''HMMMMIIIMIM, , ... . ..
,Ar Carbondale Ill. I. C.12:13 Sale !
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am
suddenly awake, after all these years;, Sunday night, June 7, at 6:15, insteadof
Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
what would she say? What would. be the regular young people's hour at
her first words?" that church. Mr. A, A. Patch was Ar Centralia, III, L C_____ 1:38 am --
Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am Commencement Gifts.
"I know said the Scoffer. "She'dsay made director of the
y Triangle society Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am Modern 8-room :
'Where am IV That's what they orchestra. This is expected to be a Ar KankaKee, HI., I. C._____ 6:20 am
. all say when they come to: 'Wheream splendid organization, as much talentis Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am House 2 doors : Nothing more appropriate than pretty

I?'" to be found among the young folksof Solid i
Through of
"No, no!" spoke up the Philoso- the three churches. observation, compartment Trains-Composed, drawingroom west of Wyom- : books.: We have a nice line of these manyof

nher. "She would say: 'What! Two section, sleeping cars, arid !-ee Hotel. Bar-
chair ing them designed for such use and others
thousand years sped by? 'Tis but a : reclining cars, between Jacksonville many
and Chicago, and Jacksonville
second in eternity.'" nd St. Louis. All meals in dining gain.zzznnzZraZzzzmnzzuzuzzz. that will make any graduate happy. Come in
"Now, you are wrong, both of you," MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy
exclaimed the Poet. "Her first words Claude L'Engle car.For (* kets and Pullman car reser- and see them and take a look at other articles -

would be: 'Antony! Antony!" ations, all on
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, A. L. Bentley if
.
Suddenly, from a dark crypt of the Dont't Get Stung- or you prefer something else instead of

tomb stepped an ancient, long beard- May bees are good little in I). W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 10 L AMELIA AVENUE ,books. .- s
ed figure with a strange, gleamingstone sects, Atlantic Coast Line,
in his skinny hand. But they don't fly in JuneIn Orlando. ., ,. ,, .

"Why not try her?" he said in pure the June primary- W. S. BRANCH",
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gum Arabic. "I am Doc Munn Yinn, Don't waste time on May
the desert medicine man. I have but bees. '
o The Arcade Book and Music Store
to pass this stone thrice before her Some other man may be all *

face and for two seconds she will live right for you in Congress;

again." Some other man may be in

After taking up a collection, Munn line with progressive De $
Fare 300
Yinn slowly passed the stone three mocracy. '

times before the mummy, chanting Some other man may be CAttY eETW ENUUffALO ;,

solemnly each time "Boll weevil up- able to think for the people -

seedaisy bong." after election, ,4.w1 LEVEL\ND s

Slowly Cleopatra opened her gor- But may be some other man -_
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geous eyes. won't. -. "" '- ..
"Teach me the maxixe!" she com- And may be you'll get fi 4

manded.-Davenport Leaded stung fooling with him. r.
You know that Claude
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COMMITTEE TO MEET L'Engle is NOT a may be; l U I D Pq THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
You know that he..will 1.1 1N. L.6tk 600 feet;In.dda 95 kit.6 1.cIaee;SlO----ucI parLwt ----ti8c uoo p.....
There will be a meeting of the ten. Cmter u cwt-lirnr ia ill proMRiou nchtt la.n.ppdotswt.-th..r ___ tKi
kuUwitar.rflk.wcrU.; L.emo.JIIIM lStlr.HapaicatSt.anwl"fZA1dDIREf."Cttr..
Orange County Democratic Execu- think and act for you,
Because he is new in Con- i of En.aDd"Cky W Wale"
tive Committee at the court house in
this Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-MaT tat to Dee.ht =
doing thing.
Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, gress very n IOT.MU. 940 P.M. tern c-IaM tOO P.JL ."
1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the When you can get a sure \ 1E5l / \.rrn.te.e1..4 744A.M. AnroBdUo 7 JO A.1C
(F.a4IrSuod+ri Time)
purpose of meeting the inspectors and thing ........ Cove.etio..la..cL.dktP ..L'.T4.4.n.u.ud.IIp...w...... Lnr-I I.
clerks conduct Don't risk the best chance IMUlanMlac bet.ee.Bdaleu4One1ui1 an pM_fwp.et.d.so..r__ ; :
appointed to the
pri- that ever happened. .Ilk,-ticUc ap'_1iCUte Yia C.II: B.tiDe. "rile.far ht.Wo.IJh.cra1M MeUc"ne.
election on June 2nd, and trans- THE
mary Claude L'Engle has been C1J WHITE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CI.T.Uad. O.
acting any other business which may 111111 T
time-tried and firetest.ed
come before it. in the for thepeople's ------
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SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. J4EN ? -- --
rights.He PAINT COLOR Southern College commencement
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. sermon by Rev. J. Lawton Moon; -

Orlando, FUu, May 6, 191(. is the one sure thing CHICACO NASHVillE exercises will begin in the college Monday morning, expression contest; }
Who is your painter and decorator? for you in this race for chapel next Thursday evening, May ,Monday evening, graduate recital of s='
If you are satisfied keep fie one you Congress in the Fourth 14th, with the ministerial contest; expression and music students; Tuesday -
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, District.He Friday evening, literary societies con- I morning, baccalaureate address
N.. 633. 1-20-tf is there for one term, A. L. BECK LUMBER C?. test; Saturday morning, prohibition and delivery of diplomas and degrees.

Keep him there for another contest; Saturday afternoon, crt ex -Tarpon Springs Progressive. '
Bean Cuke and Potato 9
hampers
1.2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Vote first.for Claude L'Engle Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material hibit in the art studio; Saturday even

Fla 429m. I ing, grand concert; Sunday morning, If your paper is not delivered
Take a chance second baccalaureate sermon' by Rev. J. E. promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Job printing at the Sentinel Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. Wray of Orlando; Sunday evening, Try the Sentinel Job Department.

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THE DAILY I TO THE MEMBERS OF FLORIDA become responsible for the financingof infection, the state board of control IMMMitMttimMIIHiMMItttlttMMMMimtMIMIMMt

GROWERS' AND SHIPPERS' this work. We need $2,000 to carryon has declared a quarantine againstthe IMMUH

South Florida SentinelMORNING LEAGUE this importation of any citrus nursery
: work during the present sum- :,
AND WEEKLY stock from any of the Gulf States,
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. mer and fall. The regular funds of where this disease is known to be
The Florida Growers' and Ship!/f>u' the league are not sufficient to carryon : prevalent. AFTER[ SUPPER[ SALE[ L

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida League held its first annual meeting this work, and, moreover, we do : Yours very truly,

a* Second Class Mail Matter. at Palatka'on Wednesday evening, not think it advisable to ask the veg-j!| LLOYD S. TENNY,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES April 29th. The league is now an incorporated etable growers who are contributing!;! Secretary-Manager.

Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 body, and we feel that to our general funds to finance this I!
Daily ( Months ....................... 2.50
work which I I
interests solely the
Daily, 3 Months ...................... 1-26 there is greater stability back of our citrus OF DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE -
Daily. 1 Month ...................,... .50 organization than there has ever been growers. We want every individual MEETING

$ before. Not the least friction grower, and every locality that wantsto I I COMMITTEE
Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 was NO. 8
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .7i manifest, but rather there was perfect support this work to send in their'j: -
,'' harmony on the part of every interest contributions to the league. This 1 At 11 o'clock today the members of

TO ADVERTISERS: attending our meeting. In accordance fund will be administered as a special j I the Democratic executive committee

Copy for display and all Jher hand-set with our articles of incorporation fund, known as the citrus canker j i, of Pinellas county met to pass on
advertising moat lit handed in at the business the state has been divided fund; and a report of the amounts received those who had qualified as candidatesfor I-
Viet af the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. i :
tU day before publication. This rule applies into three districts; a northern district -' and disbursed will be given out county offices and whose names What are you going to do Saturday night? You
to chances for contract adtertirint: it is which consists of all that at our next annual meeting The I'
partof magnitude to be the ballot June 2.
are placed on
,
IntarUbl and will be strictly adhered to. can better afford to break all other engagements than
the state north of the following i i of this work can scarcely be After assembling and digesting the
I I i miss AFTER SUPPER SALESIt
our
y Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued counties: Citrus, Sumter, Lake, Semi'I realized by one unfamiliar with it.'' primary law they learned that the
should notify the office in writing on
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: the date of expiration otherwise it will be nole and Brevard; a southern district,! In one infected district 20,000 nursery county commissioners are the ones to opens at Seven-continues until ten-three hours of bar.

w continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates consisting of all that part of the state:, trees have been dug up and pass upon the eligibility of the can- gaining. How much money can you save in that time if

south of Hillsboro, Polk, Osceola and burned. This work has cost the league didates.-Clearwater Sun. you try? S

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914- Brevard counties; a middle district/!. $100. In this same district two other
; A few Saturday Sales like this will help to atone for
nurseries a
are now being destroyed.
consisting of all the counties lying!
Even the Lake Worth Herald has between the northern and southern!'The cost of this work is not yet The forty-first annual Florida bunch of blue Mondays. Where is there a woman with sod so ,

a been drawn into the political vortex Medical association convenes in Or- dead that she cannot appreciate a period of phenomenal bar-
districts. In the future our executive known, but it will not be great. We
which .swirls in Palm Beach county lando tomorrow for a three days' ses- gaining?
committee, which is our controlling i are just in receipt of a letter from a
in' and out of season. None can escape sion and among those leaving for that
body, will consist of nine nursery firm in the other infectedarea -
persons -- -- -
it. In P. B. they have the brand I city from Ocala in the morning will -
three being elected from each district. stating that they have had a
x of politcs that made Kentucky fam- be Dr. Walter Hood, president of the WASH GOODS 1,500 YARDS
The term of office on the executive I force of from thirty to thirty-five men M
ous. committee will be three years. It I at work for the past week, and that Marion county association, and Mrs. One lot of Fancy stripe and Ramie Linens, Fancy Poplins
o Hood, Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood, Dr. Satin Stripe Lawns,
will therefore be necessary at each they have defoliated and cut back check lawns Dolly Varden
r That's a rather serious joke on the 'I mud Mrs- H. C. Dozier, Dr. E. G. Knicker Crepes, Stripe R a-
citrus
tree in their andon
annual meeting to elect only three every nursery Crepes and printed dim i:
Hillsborough county candidatesthatnone Peek and possibly Dr. A. L. I lar. tines, Figured Voiles, Rice
members, one from each of the three their grove, covering an area of
of them filed the oath with the The party will make the trip in their ities. A fine range: of colcloths, etc. A big assortment -
1450 All of this work has been
'districts into which the state has been acres. to choose from. Values
clerk law- cars, leaving at 4 o'clock in the morn- ors and designs. Value I up to
i' county as required by
carried at their andI
divided. At the Palatka meeting itj I on own expense, up to 65c. Saturday

and all are disqualified thereby. Now was necessary to elect the full board I they are sacrificing even the crop on ing.-Ocala Star. loc. Saturday night __Sc. night ---______________loc 4' '
what are they going to do? It is
a of nine members. The following executive an eight year old block of trees. illlllllllllllllllllllll.1 !
technical error, but how can the com- I
committee was elected: These illustrations of the kind of cooperation WHITE WASH GOODSA
missioners disregard the law? If
From the northern district, Z. C. the people of Florida are I
they go on the ticket the law will be Chambliss of Ocala, to serve one year;( giving the league in this work seem T. F. HOURIHAN' golden opportunity of securing what you positively need | !
right, at almost fraction of their regular values.
ignored, that is certain. : away a
J. C. Chase, of Jacksonville, to serve I to justify us in asking the growers
o I Licensed Plumber and Rice Cloths, plain and stripe, Ratines, Plain
lof the state to' contribute the small
Miami has had an exhibition of two years; H. C. Schrader, Jacksonville -, Sanitary Engineer \ and Fancy Crepes, etc, etc-all in white. Values 23c ill
to serve three years. I I sum of $2,000 to carry on this work. + up to 65 cents.Saturday .
spite in the form of a declared inten- The following men were elected: At other points the infections are less Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Night . . . . .
tion on the part of one property from the central district: Dr. J. H. I numerous, but it is just as necessary Promptly Attended to. __ ::.:.::: ,
owner to erect a sixteen foot wall be I'to PHONE 629
have them cleaned these
Ross, Winter Haven, to serve one up as
tween his own and his neighbor'sline I SILK LISLE HOSE I WHITE SILK HOSE
year; J. R. Davis, Winter Haven, to ; larger blocks. The league is not satisfied 106 Court Street I
but the court enjoined the raising : 15 dozen. Fine quality silk
Is
for
with control positively
serve two years; L. B. Skinner, Dun-j| any measures. We necessary
I of the wall and it-was estopped ata ORLANDO, FLORIDA ; : Lisle Hose in black and
I toward the
edin, to serve three years. I j i are working complete summer wear. One of leading
height of six feet. In Orlando's vhite. Our price for same
From the south Florida district: [i eradication of the ,disease from the ) 421lmMIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIM lines 50c value Saturdaynight
4 case of similar nature the I 50
a court always C. Saturday
i refused to enjoin the building of the T. V- Mooore, Miami, to serve one I state. In order to keep out any new _________________ 2oc 35c pair or 3 pairs for $1.00
year; A. F. Wyman, Bradentown, to I ,
wall, but public sentiment stepped in I I !' .
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and did what the court failed to do, serve two years; H. E. Heitman, Fort 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I.!.:
Jyers, to serve three years. 1 I TALCUM POWDER
and the wall came down. The court I'
i of public opinion is sometimes more Several matters of importance were:,'! THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB : lOc tins for ______________5c25c, tins for __-__--_____lOc
discussed at our meeting. One of the i I
statute.effective than those constituted by most important, and one upon which.II I PRESENTS

the league is now engaged, and for I
o which we need your financial support -I ""The IMlfeacLo: ALL DAY.
"Uncle" Joe Dixon of the Lakeland .
I has to do with the new citrus
Telegram has quit the editorial desk I
canker, a serious grapefruit disease,I Comic Opera
of that
paper for a season to take
which has been introduced into Florida -

his Mississippi annual pilgrimage country where to the he trans-used either directly or indirectly, from I I SPECIALS

Japan. The league has determinedupon
to fraternize with 0. Henry and other FRIDAY NIGHT .May 1 IS

choice spirits of newspaperdom. We this a two disease.years' campaign There are to eradicate two- J ,

regret to lose Uncle Joe for even a A magnificent range: of fine imported Ratines in plain colors -
points of infection of importance in 1 also twothree and four toned effects. for
brief period, but envy him his ability even Splendid
the state. It is going to be necessary LUCERNE THEATRE separate skirts, Coats, Suits, etc., etc. Regular
to take a long vacation each
,
year to have an inspector who will devote values up to $1.50. 49 C
f and rather wonder how he manages his entire time to locating diseased I I BIG CHORUS JAPANESE COSTUMES All day Saturday .. .. . ..... .... ..
i it. In any event, here's hoping he will GORGEOUS SCENERY Bandings and edgings to match many of these Ratines. Regular
trees, and in seeing that these are I
return-rejuvenated and stocked for values from 35c to 75c. All day Saturday from ___19c to 29c
many more years of the good, elevate properly treated under the direction I : : Tickets 50c., 75c., $1.00 Estes Drug Store,
of Dr. Berger. The state funds are
ing, optimistic and encouraging mat-
so very limited that the league has A SPECIAL "EFFORT" IN LACES
s; ter that he contributes to the pagesof i till IIMIilllimillltMHMMMMIIMMMiMMtlMI
2,000 yards shadow laces-in a positively unrivalled range of
the Telegram. d't _"'... : dffts. D.....,;.... _
y new U eslgns an oii ,IUo to
= o MtMMmMMMMMMOHMIIIMmiMMinMMMHMMMKMMMIMMHMIM* widths from 3 inches to 12 inches. Regular val Y
Some of the papers are making un- ues to 30c yard. C.

due capital of Mr. Stockton's refusalto AND ALLEGRETTIWe All Day Saturday, per ),d. . . . . ,

meet Senator Fletcher the
on keep our Candies on ice during hot summer
: stump, alleging that he is afraid.
Nobody has ever doubted Mr. Stock- months. 60-80-$1.00 pound. Try a box. DAINTY WASH DRESSES OUR LINGERIE WAISTSIn

ton's courage-none who know him. "- McELROY'S PHARMACY voiles, Rice Cloths, RaWere so much in demand
p But Mr. Stockton's friends have
probe tines, etc., all new styles last Saturday that we have
ably advised him not been requested to this
to go on the PHONE 20i'MMIMHIIilMIMHHIIIilMlliMiMMIIMIMMM and latest designs. Regular repeat
stump for tactical reasons, and since special So they go on
IttMtt'MMiiiMMMMIIIIIIilllMlillMIMHitM' values $2.50 to $6-50 All day again plenty of 'em-val
tx the. gentleman has lost several races Saturday $1.75 to $3.98. ues up to $1.50. All day

when he was steering his own cam- None over this price. Saturday ---___________83c
paigns just as he pleased he is probe 11111111111I i

ably listening in this one to the coun- .. ODD CORSETS

sel of those who have been able to ..
see .. About 100 corsets, odd sizes, odd makes. Values up to 500. ,
his mistakes. This is just a guess, Your pick ____
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but we'll wager that John N. C. was

ready if not eager to meet the sen-
I
34: ator. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : MEN'S FURNISHINGSWhite

o-- .. Serge and Flannel NEGLIGEE SHIRTS

t Some of the state's best newspa- Commencement Day-an important event in the trousers, latest cuts and 25 dozen fancy shirts in '

pers-notably the Miami Herald and lives of young people should receive some fitting mark : styles. Our $5.00 and $6.00 I newest designs and colorings.

the Orlando Sentinel-are commenting of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the pants. All day Saturday... Regular $1.00 and $1.25-

the ------------------- __$3.15 All day Saturday _______79c
on ridiculous habit some editors occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

z: are addicted to of harping ont Jewelry? .4,if
,
their poverty. Generally these ref GROCERY DEPARTMENTAll

erences to a poverty-stricken condition DIAMONDS AND WATCHES "I
; Day Saturday. Prices for Cash Only
are intended as a joke on them- I

selves by the editors, but the joke is '. .. We direct the attention of relatives and friends to 21 Ibs Granulated Sugar for .. .... .... ..... .. .$1.00
a sorry one, and the effect on the the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Condensed Soups-Campbell's and Reddy Maid-all varieties,

f dignity and respectability of the pro- store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- I the dozen ------------------------------------------___goc-

fession is undesirableThere is no est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia :

more dignified or honorable callingin mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val

the world than that of journalism, ues and assortment.A .

and under proper conditions it is not visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

unremunerative. If an editor makes obligation to buy.

the poverty-stricken plea in .,...,
earnest, ...."
he is either a misfit, or he had better I Dickson-Ives Co1

t change his environments. Any man

who has shown that he can edit a

newspaper with ability can commanda

first class salary at any timeforthe .
field is not overcrowded with those -

who have that peculiar ability A, DEPARTMENTAL STORE

newspaper is a business institution,

in every way as respectable as the

bands of its city. Usually it is fully;

abreast of all other lines of businessin : 'TJtvansthcjewelerI

its community, and frequently i a aAve.e aiboo

little in advance. The days of the I
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
booze-fighting, poverty-stricken editor I

and the cockroach infested news ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

j paper office have passed, and given EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I

place to an entirely different order of f
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; ; cerned that our men will maintain an'inspection "The Man Who Lied." A powerful
REAL ESTATE two-reel feature drama with Warren 1 1

: with orders to shut off without ous Kerrigan Universal playing star the, Kerrigan lead. The, is fam-at Commencement Time,

his best in this play, the plot of which

| notice any and all water services using 600 acres south of Winter hills is for of the the most great part Northwest.laid in the open V Is Here

sprinklers or hose out of the hours pre- < Garden and [west of "The Mud Bath Elopement. A
Rex comedy, with Robert Leonardand Want a present for that one
Gotha, including 10 acre Betty Schade. Arrowhead
scribed by the city and this company.A The Springs. Bob loves Betty, but,papa Hot who graduates? You can getit
orange grove. en- objects. Bob
follows them to the without
tire tract covered with ; :Springs and elopes with Betty while at our store any
will be made
charge of $1.00 on : papa is enjoying his mud bath. trouble and but little expense -
yellow pine timber. Two I Clothed in mud papa pursues them.

each case for turning the service on again. miles of lake shore. ,the Today dinner is the second drawing for .
set. Don't forget your


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ROSALIND CLUB ENJOYED AFTERNOON -


rl W & ti Co CLOSING EXERCISES ORLANDO. AT CARDS that have something for now, \

t r t I HIGH SCHOOL eight The o'clock shower last of rain evening which was fell a great near to remind they can them keep of friends years,


disappointment to the Rosalind committee loved ones and the happiest
Baccalaureate sermon, Dr. Edw. T-
miMmilMllliiimiMIIIIIMilM as it prevented many from
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fMlimililMIIIIIIIIMMMMMItttMtHIMIIIIIMMMHMIIM May p. m., Eap-* attending the pretty party which
tist church.
they had arranged; but those who
Class Exercises
LADY VISITORS GIVEN DELIGHT- ventured out were amply rewarded by
High School Auditorum, May 25th, Allen & Co.
FUL PICNIC the delightful card contest with which ,
WADE 8 p. m. the club guests occupied themselves.The .

THE TUNER Yesterday the broad veranda of the Orchestra. rooms were decorated with Jewelers
Address of welcome,Lorena Walker.
ORLANDO, FLA. Country Club presented a pretty scene roses and Brown-eyed Susans, and the

at noontide, when the wives of the History, Bessie Berry. prizes were dainty as well as useful. n n
Presentation, Mildred Williford. Prompt Repairing.
physicians of the county entertained Stuffed tomatoes, olive and cheese
Paper, "High School Echo," Elbeth
SAN JUAN ARRIVALS the visiting doctors' wives at a dain- Mulholland. sandwiches, wafers, coffee, lemon ice II Everything Guaranteed. II

i tilir.".1 mrontiroA r.....r...,... ItinrViortn...u..vu.. TVio_.... lone,vUb and cakes were-- -served-- -- hv-J the...... .the.......u-r.
table was attractively decorated with Orchestra. man, Miss Hudson, and her committee -
Dr. Woods, Webster; R. H. Ram Address to undergraduates, Wm. P.. u Ulb.
sey, Philadelphia; J- M. Hewitt, Lees- roses, and the menu, included chicken Walton. Mrs. Haden, Mrs. Vivian, Miss
burg; H. F.- Watt and wife, M. D." patties, nut bread sandwiches, pickles, Howard and Miss Holt.

Ocala;. IL S. Bird' M. D., Tampa; olives, saltines, Waldorf salad and Response, Sidney Newell.. .d)
Thos. Truelson, M. D., Tampa; W. G. Will, Edith Rambo. NORDICA'S CO"" ... .
coffee.In JEWELS DIVIDED BETWEEN .
Com, Atlanta; W. B. Gallagher, M. Prophecy, Dorothy Slemons. -
D-, Ocala; J. A. Osteen, M. D., Madi- attendance were Mrs. E. Van IIER SISTERS
son J. Bi W. Bray Winter Garden; Compensation, Katherine PadgettOrchestra. MHMM
; Hood, of Ocala; Mrs. Walter Hood,
G. W. Winter Garden Hawood .
Bray ;
!Mrs. Peek, West Pal- Beach Mrs
n New
; York, May 14.-A notable col-
Bray, Winter Garden; E. G. Peek, M. Commencement Exercises
D., and wife, Ocala; A- L. Izler, M. D., I H. F. Watt, Ocala; Mrs. T. A. Neal, lection of jewels, valued at $1,000,000, "
Lucerne Theater, May 26th, 8 m.
Ocala; W. R. Subers, Jacksonville; I Sanford; Mrs. N- B. Herlong, Mrs. Orchestra. p. including the famous Nordica pearl, PICNIC I L LUNCHES L [
Ralph Duffy Plant City B. H- May-i'
;
J. H. Pittman, Jacksonville; Mrs. H. were disposed of by Mme. Lillian :<
nard, M. D., Lakeland; C. W. Love,I i I' Invocation, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poul- I
C. Dozier, Ocala; Mrs. Hamblin, Tam- Nordica in her will, details of
:M. D., Lakeland; H. I. Niven, M. D., some
Pittsburg; Lucile Aspenwald, San- pa; Mrs. 0. J. Miller, Sanford; Misses I son.Chorus, Glee Club. which became known today.

ford; J. A. Tockash, Sanford; W. P. Porter, Hamblin, Jennings, Kay, Hart Mme- Nordica's husband, George Can be made quickly if you use
'Essay "The Work of the Red Cross ;
Adamson, M. D, Tampa; H. 0. Ad- ;
and Kilmer; Mrs. C. D. Christ and W.
the New
Young,
ams, Tampa; J. B. Wallace, M. D., Society' Minna Harris. York banker, and I
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. her three sisters Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex ;
Tampa; Davis Forster, M. D., New Oration, "The Monroe Doctrine," it is understood, are ;

Smyrna; David' Laird, Savannah; E. Ernest Kirby Douglas- her chief legatees. : Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese,
A. Ezekial, New York H. G. Bar-
; JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE PARTY The !
singer dictated her will to Alva
nard, Chattanooga; R. Jefferson, M. I Chorus, Glee Club.
D., Tampa; John S. Helms, SI- D., POSTPONED Essay, "A Century of Peace,"Kath Adams, former governor of Colorado, : Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles, bulk, bot

Tampa; J. C. Vinson, M. D., Tampa; erine Othelia Padgett. on January 1, while both were passengers : tle or cans, Southern Cross Sardines.No .
S. W. Brown, Baltimore; J. F. Wat- The Junior Civic League will not aboard the stranded steamer: I
St. Louis W. G. West, South! Essay, "The Nobel Prizes, Bertha '
Bend son ; M. G. Chancey; MD.., Tampa; have its regular monthly party today, Caroline Dawson. Tasman, in the Gulf of Papua. The fake about our ads. We sell what we advertise.

Y. C. Low, M. D., Fort Pierce; E. it having been postponed until next Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. C. E. amount of the estate is understood to

Van Hood, M. D., Ocala; L. C. Tinker,; Friday.Dr. Howard, president Board of Trustees. be smaller than was generally sup-
New York; J. Q. Smith, Center Hill; i posed because of several unfortunate ,
H. S. Cherry, M- D., Center Hill; Solo, Miss Gilchrist. .
Sheldon Stringer, M. D., Tampa; A. Duffy, a noted surgeon of Tam Address, Dr. W. F. Blackman, president investments in recent years. : THE SANITARY GROCERY
F. Barbour, Atlanta; J. R. Boyd, M. pa, is attending the Florida Medical Rollins College.
D., Jacksonville N. L Bauman, Ak- convention here. .
; now convening Benediction Rev. J. F. McKinnon. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ron; R. C. Shelly, New York; W. T- CARUTHERS & GORE '
Misses Frances and Hazel Bird
Orchestra.
Chestnut, Gainesville; H. C. Lyman, !
Sanford; J. C. Spell, M. D., Titus- who have been the house guests of LOST-Pink cameo brooch. Returnto
ville; L. Puleston, M. D., Sanford; W. Miss Claire Robinson on North Main i Sentinel office. Mrs. Grover Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
RAIN OF YESTERDAY GOOD FOR
Pannell, city; H. M. Glaser, Cincin street, left yesterday for their homein Huppel.
nati, 0; J. M. Pannell, Dupont, Fla.; TRUCK CROPS

Mrs. W. W. Douglas and .two_children Detroit, Mich. WANTED. -Four. or. five room- cot- PITT........ FT.OWERS_ .. AND POTTED PLANTS.
uougiass, Art.; K. ai. Mr. John A. Abberger, state agentof I rage, close to business part of city. -
ents, Nashville; B. H. uem-I The rain of yesterday and last State location and rent desired t
the N. C. & St. L railway, leaves by FUNERAL DESIGNS
D., Marianna; J. S. Curren, Provi' night was just what the truck crops month or year. Address, Mr. Pippin, I III
today on a busines strip to St. Paul,
dence; J. G. Haslam, New Orleans; needed, and meant thousands of dol- care: Sentinel office. 5-15-3t ;
W. If Hudson, Atlanta; H. 0. Adams, Minn. Mrs. Abberger will accompanyhim .. "II"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'III IIII" ''
lars in value to the truckers of this
Tampa; L. A. Gabel, Tampa; R. J.I as far as Madison, Ind. WANTED-By man and wife,
McMurray, M. D., Mulberry; E. R. section[ which had been suffering a place
I in city or to take THE MIKADO
country of
J. N- Brand care
McMurray, M. D., Bartow; R. general superintendent from a somewhat protracted dry during the summer, for the rent. Address White Star Market
Reserved seats sale
I on Tuesday
Frierson, Tampa; J. H. J'I of the third division, Jacksonville spell. "Scott," care Sentinel office.
Tampa; N- Sloman! Baltimore; B. I district, for the A. C. L., was in' i-15-3t DUREN & COMPANY, Proprietors morning at 9 o'clock at Estes' drug

Inglis, Birmingham; S. E. Baird'i I I town yesterday in a special car. With store. Prices 75c. and $1. 10-2t
Jacksonville: E H. Buff urn, Tampa. Final preparations are being maden
I I him were Jas. F. Mead, assistant general BEFORE BUYING OR SELLINGyour
St Augustine for the entertain-
freight agent, and T. W. Hansell, orange grove, or other real Saratoga chips fresh every day,
Mrs. E. R. Bliss is in Sanford on a assistant, ment of the Florida Postmasters' as- estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold, nice and crisp. Try them. Gordon's
superintendent.Rev. sociation, which meets there May Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine
visit to her sister, Mrs. F. J. Gonzalez. Bakery. 5-8-6t
and Mrs. Herbert street after June 1st. 5-15-lw
Cary-Elwes 19th, 20th and 21st. This will be one

are being congratulated upon the ar- of the most important conventionsheld
Mr. George Jump is enjoying a: Eat what you want WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
rival of a baby son. Mrs. Cary-Elwes in the Ancient City in recent
Eat all
you wantTake SKILLED WORKMENthis
week's vacation at Jacksonville and
has several in
weeks the
. spent city years a postscript and forget it. office Is prepared to do the finest
Daytona.Mrs. I with Col. and Mrs. D. G. Cary-Elwes, For sale by all druggists.

Cary Hand has gone to Jack: and her husband, who is rector of Eat what you want. l-7-d&w.lyr of job printing of every description.We .
I ) of the work do
sonville to join her husband, who isI I, the Episcopal church at Melbourne, Eat all you want. are proud we ,
in attendance at the undertakers' con- reached the city yesterday and will Take a postscript and forget it. OWNERS OF ORANGE GROVESWe and we are always willing to put on
I For sale by all durggists. that extra few minutes which will
vention.
I remain several days. l-7-d&w-lyr are prepared to do spraying of give your work that touch of individ-
groves in this vicinity. Call and see
us. uality and distinctiveness without

111111 ;1111111' 1111111111111111111111111111-; J. SCHNAAR & CO., WOMEN ARE SURPRISEDon which publicity matter loses the

5-9-d&w-6-l Orlando, Fla. greater part of its value. And our
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their first visit at the extreme prices are no higher. Phone 21
JOBS-AS IF BY MAGIC!
I cleanliness of this market -

Think for it :is not just ordi- FOR SALE
of the of
possibility a man
At The 'Lucerne TonightThe getting out of employment today, and narily clean, but immaculately Fruit, farm, garden land, orange

by inserting a "want ad. in the Sentinel so. That fact means a lot I groves and other property. If inter-
.4. ested, address A. B. A., care Sentinel.
securing a position before to- to a woman who likes to 5-6-lw-d&w

morrow's sun has gone to rest! know that what she eats is I

This is happening in Orlando quite free from any kind of pollu First class Brazing a specialty at
often. Truly the Sentinel "want ad"is I Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.
Mendelssohn Club Presents that Beautiful Comic Opera a wonder.No tion. A visit to this meat 125tf.MMtHIMMMHMMMH.

market will satisfy the [most '
secret about its success. The <

Sentinel reaches the class and the fastidious. t I

THE MIKADOwith best of the mass. Phone 23 Shoe Repairing ;

48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

Subscribe for the SentinelIMIIMMIMIHIIIMMiM I by PARCEL POST I

WOOD, COAL AND ICE i
|I
special music. Beautiful girls in Japanese costumes I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ; Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8scI
*
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's
I
brought from New York especially for this performance. J SACRIFICE SALE I | Half Soles SOc to 1Sc

Sentinel want ads. are getters. -
money Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo
FORD RUNABOUTA Try them.OSTEOPATHY. !I J! Heels Repaired, 250
Reserved seats 75c and $J.OX( i
All work returned in 24 hours.
brand new runabout for 'I Orders without remittance returned -

General admission 50c -- sale at a sacrifice. Come and o; return C. 0.postage.D. We pay

see it.COOK.
DR. J. C .HOWELL

Performance begins at 8:30: p. m. Hours, 1012, 3-5, and by appointment I A. Hanson
i
AUTOMOBILE CO. No extra charge for house treatment 1 I' 19 East Pine StreetFIORIDA

5123tiiiiiMimitiiiHiMtmt Telephone connections ORLANDO -

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Fred M- Scott, a wealthy resident

;, STATENES[ of Milwaukee, today purchased whatis PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAEERS

known as Ineraty's point, on the
-
r extreme western bayshore, consistingof How

(From the Gainesville Sun) 640 acres of land. The point ex-
Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale F.r
y The new Baptist church in Lynn ends far out into the bay about seven lent, etc, for thin column 25c for one day &
the 50e for three days or f LOO for one week forZb
miles from the and
3 Haven was dedicated a few days ago. city, new words or less. Money moat accompany
.f owner intends to erect a winter home the advertisements for this eohuna u BO Would You
niertkrai will be made on credit
on one side and sell the remainderin
It is estimated that 80,000 people
lots to Northern men of wealth for FOR SALE
attended the reunion in Jacksonvillelast
similar purposes. The land was Nursery stock, one, two, three and'our

week. owned by the Pensacola Investment year old buds; Foster Early, Better Yourself?

company, which went into bank- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
The State will hold Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
Optical society
t. ,ruptcy, and the sale was made by the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
its annual meeting in Daytona, May trustee, J. H. Smithwick.-Pensacola

20 and 21. Note in Times-Union. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

acres acre cleared in bearing; part orange of land grove suitable; six we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only OH the basis of
1
The. Stetson Girls' Glee club will

give their first public concert in De- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I half for gardening mile from and city trucking limits on; located public superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

Land tonight FOB REPRESENTATIVE road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., are all right, then why not put us to the test.
care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf
I hereby announce my candidacy for Kepeaentative -

' Demetrius Petrouisa, of Sarasota, action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject to beheld tow 'FOR SALE-Cull tomatoes, ? .per

shipped the first car of tomatoes of June 2nd. crate, f.o- b. Good for canning and This WayYour
J. H. REESE.
the season from that section. The how-chow. Address Partin Bros.,

rx' price realized was $2r50 per crate FOB REPBSSENTATIVE Wagner, Fla. 5-14-6t

f. o.faWork
1 hereby announce my candidacy for Bep.raantative FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster doctor
; rare gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing your
from Orange county subject U
bargain
x is progressing nicely on the the ieM action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be and; recently made good completely as new in overhauled every -- case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

sidewalks laid in Fort S. S. GRIFFIN. : part; guaranteed first class con-
cement being
if
; prescribtion had been filled with
your drugs of quality would have
I lition; must be sold at once, even at you
Jleade. It is estimated that about
FOR REPRESENTATIVE sacrifice. Come, or address, White saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
nine miles, will be built before the Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
work is stopped. Representative frm Orange county for the 4-23-tf
nest session of the Florida Legislature, sub-
jest to the Democratic primary to be held FOR' SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat
NOT
The Carabelle State bank, at Car- June 2nd. a bargain. Am returning North. THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
C P. DICKINSON.
abelle, which went into the hands of Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize

FOR REPRESENTATIVEYiddinr tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and
; receivers some time ago, has reopened -
demountable rims. 0. L. Gooden
with plenty of cash on handto to what appears to be the de- Orlando, Fla. 5-7-lw, we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
ire of leading citizens in almost every precinct
zw meet all obligations. idates of to Orange be nominated county that for one Representative of the can- FOR' SALE-One 1912 model Ford high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

} In the primary election of June Zed shouldbe automobile in good condition. If your doctor wrote it.Don't.
The first street car for Miami was from the country precincts, I hereby announce I interested, call at 706 East Church

shipped from the factory in Philadel- myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. I street. 5-14-16-17

phia a few days ago. The other cars
FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC i
FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Alabama
are being made as rapidly as possible INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 I -
hound. Address I. Turner
4 and will follow shortly. ForgetThat
I hereby announee myself a candidate for Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw
election u a Member of the County Board of -- -
The Hillsborough Woodmen of the Public Instruction from District No. 2. Orange FOR SALE-Instantaneous hot water
County, Florida. heater for bath room; bargain price.
World have closed deal with A. W. M. M. SMITH.
a Can be seen at 411 South Main street. a "few pounds of preventionoutweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
ti> Swann of Tampa whereby they are to MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -13-3t
s : purchase for $32,000 a corner lot in be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
that city. Later the lodge expects to for re-election to the office of Member of WISH TO PURCHASE property in and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
Board of Public Instruction Orange County, or near Orlando or Winter Park on
handsome the site.
erect a temple on fr om District No. 3, subject to the coming monthly payments. Small house. -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
primary. Very respectfully.
Any size plot from few lots to fiveor
WI(. EDWARDS.
The St. Augustine Record says: Zellweod. Fla ten acres. Address Henry Slater, these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

"Youngest Catholic bishop in the FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION Lake Pickett, Fla. 543-2t People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

" world, Rev. Father Curley, bishop- I hereby announce myself u a candidate
for re-eleetkn to the office of Supervisor of
elect of the diocese of St. Augustine, Registration for Orange County subject to WANTED man of 55, able to care
will be consecrated at the cathedral the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, for stock and do other work, desiresa
1914. home. L A. Williams, Gen. Delivery -
in this city the latter part of June." FRANK H. WILUAMS. city. 5-14-lw "


A new school-building. will replace I hereby announce FOR SHERIFF myself u a candidatefor LOST-Glasses; double lense; hook DeLaney & Abernethy
f Sheriff of Orange County subject to the over the ear; gold frame; lady's.
Russell hall at the corner of Division Democratic primary of June lad, 1914. Return to 412 South Main, or this

and White streets, in Key West. The FOR SHERIFF PRANK GORDON. office, and receive e.ard.2:13-3t

building will be ready for partial oc Next Door tOe Store.
I. I announce myself u a candidate for the LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh Orlando Florida.Dr.
.
cupancy for the next school term. The office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florid, about 35 pounds each; names ,
; cost is estimated at 35000. subject to the Democratic primary. I am a "Sandy" and "Michael." Reward
native of Orange county. In asking the votes
of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge E. Beeman. 5-12-ti es>er--a.
the duties of the office without fearor
The gates of the large reservoir favor to any man for the upholding of thaws < to
w tank were opened Saturday. The en and the preservation of peace and gcxx WANTED-Three or four people Buckmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
order in the count). take "booster trip" to Miami; rea-
tire island will be supplied by this sonable proposition. Address Jack AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Look through desk and
if
modern water system. In a very short WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR Darling, city, or phone St. Charles OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some your stationery of which see

time the electric plant will be in op COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. hotel. 5-12-3t Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus

eration.-Pass-a-Grille Note in for DISTRICT NO. 3 at 24 and we will call, get your
FOR RENT 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
ida Metropolis.The I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office .f Member of the CountyBoard at the lowest price consistent with
of Public Instruction. from School FOR RENT-House, close in to busi- Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
National Bank of Commerce Board District Ne. 3, subject to the actionf best attention. Sentinel
Court
ness section. Partly furnished. 19 street.
the Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914 up-stairs. Acute and chron
opened for business in PensacolaIonday. If[ elected I will give thoughtful attention fa; Gould street. 5-13-3t;

) The bank has a capita faithful the educational service. interests of the county and FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- ic diseases treatedTelephone Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,

i stock of $300,000 and surplus of $75- C. H. GALLOWAY. nished, at South Lake and South 578. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
Crates. 4-29m
ILC POO, Some of the most prominentmen FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION. streets, very nice lower flat; has five OPTOMETRIST Pepper
DISTRICT NO. 2 rooms and bath and all modern con- .
of the Deep Water City and Do-
i veniences. Address C. Goesswein, Up to date painting, papering, etc. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps made to order at
than, Ala., are stockholders. I hereby announce myself as candidate for Lake Davis. 4-16-tJ is the kind Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
the office of Member of the County Board I.' you want. Where to get
Public Instruction from School Board District I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDAPut
Jhe city commissioners of Pens No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic I FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms Entrican. 1-20-tf fixed ina
primary June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will for light housekeeping. $12.50 If you want your bicycle
cola have placed an order with the give due attention to the work of the office suite month. per Phone 444, Auto money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Warman's Repair
307 East
t and endeavor be fair 'I per Apply Livery. 4-25-tf 5tf.ITS .
Nye Odorless sCermatory companyfor interests of the to county. to all the school I Pine. 5-14-6 tising in the Sentinel Shop. "-

a second garbage incinerator, to J. B. REDDITT. I ------ --- --- -

be erected in the east side of the city FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR RENT-A well furnished seven- !! ! IIIIIIIIIII.I
room house, with all modern
conveniences lMf
Improvements will also be made on I am a candidate for the office of Con: 1k1
North
ty Commissioner of Orange from on Orange avenue;
county
the old incinerator. District 2. If elected I promise to serve tbpeople close in; rent reasonable. Phone 333.
to the best of my ability, having resided 5-12-3t
here a number' of yean I am qualified II TO II UP I MUSE H
z.' The old wooden portion of the Star the people.to know the needs of the section and FOR RENT-Two office spaces in ,

moving picture theater in St. Petersburg Respectfully. our store at No. 9 W. Church street.

dt will be torn down during the A. C STARBIRD Come in and we will show you. Pierce


structure summer, will and be a erected beautiful in its modern placeIt Apopka I hereby, Fla.FOR announce COMMISSIONER myself a candidate for Electric RENT-Some Co. very desirable 3.29tfTO mod f FURNISHiNG R I (QUESTION) [ IN R REAL[ l lE


will entirely be two by stories the theater.high, and occupied 3.action re-eleftion Orange ef the u county Commissioner Democratic Florida primary,from subject District to be to held No.the 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler., phone 563. :


Jane tad 1914. The Keystone has been thoroughly
The Ocala Eveing Star says: "Th e J. L DILLARD. cleaned and _
renovated and will opento 1
prettiest public place in town is thfiremn's FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER the public ; EST
I Saturday, May 9. A
hereby announce myself aa a candidate
flower Chief
garden. Chambers for County Commissioner, Orange County:, chicken dinner will be served Sunday
and his men are unsparing in District Four subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I win Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-t Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture area positive
their care of this beauty spot, and greatly appreciate your support.
their labor is rewarded by public appreciation Yours truly delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
.
C. J. SWEET.rOB
and the growing good look Pine Castle. Fla. MISCELLANEOUSOPENED pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

3.- of the garden." COUNTY COMMISSIONER AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The in every sense of the word.
I announce myself as a candidate for reelection
Florida Meat Market. Fresh meats
to the office of County CoambsioHer. -
Orange County, District Five subject of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- ; > MlliiMlillillMliiiiliilMK MMMMHMMMHMieiMj'
to the decisJQn of the Democratic primary. son. Your patronage solicited. S

y: YOUR HAIR NUnS June, 2nd, 1(14. Respectfully Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm 11 CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

E. L BROWN
Ft. Christmas Fla PROPERTY in the vicinity of New to purchase goods on extended without the
t PARISIAN SAG York city, with residence, to ex- I j payments, expense of jo zing -
FOR TAX ASSESSORI

hereby announce my candidacy for the change valuation.for Orlando J. !I., 307 property West on street cash j j clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
It Quickly Removes Dandruff office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub ,
ject to the action of the Demotraitc primary Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w
Just because your hair is full of called for Jane find, 1914. If nominated and | ; feature to)'011.

dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and never elected I pledge you my faithful service. Spray material, insecticides and

will do up to look pretty, do not ARTHUR BUTT. fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San- illllMIMMMMMIMMMIIMMmeMMIiMIIMMIMIIIMtilMItKincaid

despair. Beautiful hair, thick, fluffy FOR COMMISSIONER ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
lustrous and absolutely free from I hereby announce myself a candidate for erature. 4-29-lm.
dandruff and all excessive oil. It reelection u Count Commissioner from --_ -
j Parisian Sage frequently applied District No. 1 of Orange county subject to We insure your life and loan you

: will work wonders. Just one application the support action will of be the greatly primary appreciated of June 2nd Your money on real estate at 6 per cent

stops itching head, remove M. 0. OVERSTREET. interest. Guarantee Life &: Loan Co.,
dandruff and all excessive oilfl It Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. & Snowden

goes right to the hair roots and furnishes I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for 3-25-d&wtf

the nourishment needed- he Treasurer of Orange Count, tvbjcct to the
hair becames soft fluffy, abundant Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. SEED! SEED! SEED!
and radiant with linfe. J. H. TUCKER. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &:

Parisian Sage not only saves the FOR TAX COLLECTOR Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-t Furniture of Characterat
hair, but stimultes it to grow long I I hereby announce myself u a candidate < VB i B M H M .
; and heavy. Get a 50-cent bottle from I of for Orange reelection to the office of Tax Collector T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
I County subject to the Demoeratie
McElroy's Pharmacy at once. There primary to be held June 2nd 19I<- If re- 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Prices
is ro other "Just as good." elected I pledge to you faithful Popular
my
as I have endeavored to give in the past service Buy your garden seed from DeLaney .......g

t *. K. UAKTIN.Keep &: Abernethy. Just received a
'; Don't wait for every one in town to big shipment of fresh seed. 313tfWrite

you have try.Eotrieao Am ,too the busy painter to look, before up with the times in whichwe Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

w. Phone 636, and I will be on the live. You can do so for 10 cents! F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., I
for prices on Tomato Egg Plant and
M. 1-20-t/ a week by reading the Morning Sen-]
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shield mounting at the rear of the cowl.

The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the

beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

Such construction is made possible through the use of our

one-piece pressed steel body.

,{ Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visib wvi-

dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechanical -

MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR construction.

FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 When you see this model you will need nothing further to

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base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast
and in value for the
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; money.

axles-front, I-beam rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand

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

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver -
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue.J. .

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B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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for commissions of inquiry and international commission of admirals
School base ball team meth-I
The High
'ods of mediation and which met in Paris allayed English
went up to Sanford last Friday and ,tween the signatory powers.' The delegates -I fury and Russia paid the widows and GROVETen THE MARKETOf
fine of ball, beat- '
played a very game
who had !
assembled with mis- orphans more than $300,000 for her
Sanford 7 to o.Mother's .
ing
givings parted in confidence and,blunder The Hague provision for
Day was observed by the'h:
j ope. mediation was used by President Cleanliness Of
churches Quality
Congregational and Methodist ;
The Hague Court was opened in I Roosevelt when he invited Russia and acres on "beautiful lake
in union
last Sunday evening a
April 1901, in a fine mansion Japan to send commissioners to set-
,
service at the M. E. Church. pure, two and one half miles from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
chasedfor it at The Hague and used,, tle their war at Portsmouth, N. H. ,
Many by of the the congregation old-time songs and were a'I until the opening of the Temple of j! This mighty stride from brawn to'' court house in the fastest grow- FISH AND GAME

quartette sung by Misses Smith and Enlow,Peace on August 28th, 1913. It has I; brain is commemorated on May 18th,!''ing section of Orange County,
a board of one hundred and thirty i! the anniversary of the first Hague I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
and Messrs. Hutchinson and Barge. I j' Seven hundred orange and
judges from the countries that ratified -: conference, by appropriate exercises i I grapefruit
Tributes to mother with a kind the conventions. These judges, in schools all over the country. And, trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the files and kept fresh
word for father, were offered by Rev.'
Barge, Rev. Enlow, President' remain at home until selected to try I ministers in the whole United States I full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
,a case. Recourse to The Hague Court select the Sunday nearest the 18th of
Blackman, L H. Roberts, George S.I'is optional until nations pledge I I May to celebrate as Peace Sunday. .''big paying proposition. Owneris I We invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Denning and others. selves by arbitration treaties them-I useit. ELIZABETH ABBOT CHRIST. getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
Mrs. Denny and Miss Sherwood i
Twelve important cases have been
started north Tuesday to remain un- j Present crop on trees indicatetwo

! til Mr November and Mrs. Keys have gone up tried no question by this once international submitted court to ;arbi and' ney Buy& your AbeiTiethv.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET

north for the summer.A tration has yet led to war. bier tinel.shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I i $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on

card the Foley's at The Hague provision for commis-i terms.
says are i,
J'sions of inquiry prevented strife between H. M. Self & Co.
Asheville, N. C., on their way back to I i I
England and Russia when the Read the Morning Sentinel. Price

northern Mrs. Geo.Michigan.S. Denning and Miss I I[rI Russian admiral in the North sea I I 10 cents a week. Cooper ft Atha y t PINE STREET

Murray start for Connecticut today.
Phone No. 80
Mrs. Dennis and "Rodney" have I 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor

gone north for the summer.
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hearty school building words of and congratulation received' many and I I, ; 77. 'M:WL; Cu I' :mm"nuummmm"

appreciation. The parts were well I ; ; yIIIIIIIMMIMII .
rendered and everyone went home < u _
with a feeling that the Juniors are

all right. I Just arrived car load
Percy Harris fell, while being ,

chased by a woods bull and fractured FORDS for immediate Make Cooking a PleasureWITH
one of the bones in his wrist, ,
or forearm. Isn't it about time to delivery.Get .

call a halt to this dangerous expos i

ure of everyone to roaming bulls? yours nowF. A
Orlando schools deserve our care- I

ful thought and consideration, not be- G. RUSK,
cause Orlando is not capable of man- GAS R.A.1rGEClean :

aging its own schools, but becauseof Phone 226

the old, antiquated oneman.sys
tem that outgrew its usefulness be- Economical Convenient

fore it was born. Why not put ; I -

away the swaddling clothes and havea 44
school system and management that .
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conserves the interests of the whoepeople

? Surely we have learned ii Orlando Water & Light CompanyGas
something since the days of the "car-

pet bag" regime. Why not profit
by it? Department

Our baseball team went to Laughman -

and played "Pop" Wallace's
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semi-professionals a game of ball last |g :HIU.I.SItUIIII.U.IIISOOt1t.tIflftl.tOUtOett4.IttIt+
.Saturday,resulting in a score of 5 to 1
4 in their favor. It is pretty hard to .

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day.Mrs.. Enlow went to Daytona Wed DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE ftYER AND W. M. SLEMONS
nesday to confer with other state
workers about the Woman's Mission- SOUTO ATLANTIC LIMITED

ary work of the southeast in the

Congregational graduating churches.The exercises. of the Lte Dix!. FlleDaler.. SOUTH TLA."ITIC LIMITED New Goods Arriving Daily

High School will be held at the Con- y Orlando A. C. 1..1Z:31am 1:11pm I y Orlandq ..............,..,...... 3:13pm i iI iWe
r Jacksonville A. C. 1..... 8:45am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... '1:30pm
gregational church tonight. There are y Jacksonville A. C. L... 1:35am 8:25 pm y Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm iI
y wayerosa A. C. L..ll:50am 105 pm y WaJero, A. C. I. ........,....10:20pm
six in the class, four boys and two r Maron. G. S. I: F....... 6:13pm :15am r Macon G. S. I: F. .............. 1:46am
girls. Somewhat unusual in propor- r Atlanta C. of GL..... 8:03 pm 'l:25 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga .............. 71 am I
r Inoxville. I. \ N. ..
tion, but an encouraging sign. To-I r Chattanooga W. I: A..1:18am U:5hm Corbin 1. I: N. ...:::..:::::::.llIpmr 3:16 pm
morrow night the alumni banquetwill r Nashv1 le N. C. St. I. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville, I. .t N. .............. 9:00 pm I
close the commencement programof J r SL Louis L C.' L.\N. %:50 pm 1:20 am r Indianapolis L L. ............ 1:50 amAt sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Lexington L. &: :q. ............ i:SO
this year. Ar Hopkinnille, 1. &: N........... 6:21pm A.r Cineinanti, 1. &N.: ............. 8:50pm pm
IAr Evansville L. N..... 9:28am 9:25pm rIalaasoo, C. R. I: L ..........l:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
'Ar Terre Haute. C. \ E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids. G. R. &: L ....... Z:4hm
PEACE DAY I Ar Chicago, C. E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50amrc1 V i ,-Big Four ............. 1:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL

On the 18th of May, 1899, one hundred DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
I Solid train composed of section
delegates of the twenty-six na- drawing. Solid train composed of electric lighted
sleeping observation Best in the
room can. compartment & Co place city to trade. .
tions that had representatives at St. can and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
Petersburg met in the Queen's Housein
between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville. Louisville
ana Indianapolis;
the Wood at The Hague. The czar DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and ,
of Russia had urged the' nations to Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
discuss the question of limitation and artment, observation sleepers, and electlie i Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
M. SLEMONS
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-' W. !
reduction of armaments, and this rep-I lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
end meal. a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
resentative gathering was the result.
Though disarmament ORANGE AVENUE
was not defi- H 't TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON .
nitely arranged a permanent international W. R. O'XEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Ajent.: \.

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1nJ't Attention llnil 'l'm Ccut'tes.y Accommodations Will Be Provided So

' do DetailsTHE ;;; 31ll as to Keep the Entire Party

at That Place

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The Orlando boosters who will leavefor

the auto tour to Miami next Monday -

STATE BANK OF ORLANDO are assured of a 'warm welcomeall .1
along the route, for the towns
sf along the way have been taking notice -

of their coming and are preparing : ,,' p.H "
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to entertain them.
EXPERIENCE COUNTS IN MONEY MATTERS ,: \:::::
The latest to come forward is the :-
town of Melbourne. The party is !
scheduled to reach Melbourne Monday -
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To bank here means that affairs are
your ;
evening, and as the town is small ( THAT FLAG
in the custody of an old, experienced financial ,t had been proposed to split the party -

.rY institution, established in 1893.It allowing part to remain at that : 'c *: i stands for the protection of life
place and the rest to stop above at
has been in business here continuouslysince 'itusville and Eau Gallie. But Melbourne LBI and property of American Citizens

its organization. The officers and directors is making arrangements to Ull everywhere!
provide for the whole crew, and to .
ti are men who know thoroughly the busi- VIII and
that end a citizens' committee composed
ness needs and demands of our community of Messrs. V. A. Pierce, FrankL. till the same Government protects

; their knowledge and advice is yours for the Bills and J. B. Johnstun has been : their finances when entrusted to
organized and has served this norice -
asking.IlilMMIilillllllllltttMtttttlttMtlMIIIIIMtll. on the Melbourne residents: ': ':, to this "National" flank, which is

"The Orlando good roads boosters ; : under Government supervision
touring from Orlando to Miami via ':
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Titusville and Melbourne will arrive .
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hare Monday evening, May 18th, intime :,,-" ,;'
for supper and stop all night if ;

accommodations can be arranged for, ::...' .' .. .L," .. .'," '';.
as the one hotel can not take care of .., ,'.
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all of them. Please advise the com ". '. ,;',' f><.;'': :" :'." .
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mittee how many you can take care :<.>.:.:..,' :
of> for supper, lodging and breakfast i --
** the next morning, at a reasonable ,
e charge. We want these people to

: We Will Put the Reins 'top" with us, so please do all you : a

can. o IPMW 0"
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tograph was made by PhotographerT.
j How? By furnishing you witha Robinson.. It was spitting rain

at the time, but the photo is a fine
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative piece of workmanship. Mr. Robinsonwas 383 IHIHMIIIMIHMIMIIHMiMllttlMMIItlllllMliMM

i call on you. He will give you a displaying it last night. MMMtMMMMMtMMitMMMI
The scientific sessions were resumedand
formula that will make and mature several papers were read, Dr. G.

: R. Holden presiding. Last night a
fruit. The Grand TheatreCOOLEST
your : barbecue at the Country Club was

I the entertainment offered by the local
I
medical society, during which a number -
of toasts were responded to by

x The Soutlierli r Ferlifizer Co.ORLANDO I the visitors.Dr. SPOT IN TOWN
r E. W. Warren, of Palatka, who
I has been attending the meeting of the
association for a number of years,
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA stated yesterday afternoon that the Today

Orlando meeting had been the most
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-_____ _, ___ __ successful that he had ever attended,
' _-_ .A and he offered a resolution of thanks WARNER'S FEATURE, Inc.
for the entertainment and otherwise
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expressive of the appreciation of the PRESENTS"ZINGO"

visitors.Dr. .
& Gore
J. G. DuPuis, of Lemon City,
offered a resolution providing for the
award of a medal by the associationin
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E IBAL IERS.
recognition of original research
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REAL VALUES---- LOW PRICES work THE SON OF THE SEAIn
L It was regretted by those who remained -
that number of the
quite a
COMPARE Four Reels
physicians were obliged to return

home last night. The sessions will The Sensational the most Fantastic the Weirdest and the J
i S OUR FURNITUREWe be concluded today. most ;

The members who registered since most Enthralling Story Ever Told in Motion Pictures.A .
provide the quality furniture that has long the list published yesterday morningare
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
4 standard of merit. If ac article is here it i is good.It : highly amusing extravaganza, being the adventures of a man raised by monkejs.
J. W. Hodges, Green Cove Springs;
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with countless escapades and laughable experiences.We
Filled
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones W. R. Stephens, DeLand; J. A. Simmons guarantee to provide an evening's entertainment of such a pleasing character : : ;

' of this business, and that means much to any buyer. DeSoto; D. L McGrain, De- that you will enjoy every minute of the time the picture is on the screen. ; !; ;
Soto; Abner J. Miller, Sanford; L his antics and troubles for
Come and be thrilled by "ZINGO"-Iaugh at forget jour ; ;<
k Puleston, Sanford; J. S. McEwan, Or-
MeNBLL & DAVIS BLOCK, lando; G. H. Edwards, Orlando; Geo- a night.

B. Glover, Monticello; A. H. Freeman -
a Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. Starke; F. Clifton Moor, Talla-
I 5c Adults lOc :
J hassee; E. W. Diggett, Tallahassee; Children
,.. '. C. T. Young, Plant City; J. H. Pitt-

man,,Jacksonville; J. D. Raborn,Free-
port; Wm. C. Young, Bronson; J- T. IniiiMMtn Mini iMiniin
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: Groveland; T. S. Tued, Jack
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: Wm. W. MacDowell, Jacksonville;
John E. Boyd, Jacksonville; L. W. Orlando, May 13, 1914.
Tuesday, May 12th Cunningham, Jacksonville; H. M.Taylor Editor Morning Sentinel: I rin[ n Suffiffler r rOur

TOWednesday Jacksonville; Chas. L Jennings, Noting in this (Wednesday) morn
Jacksonville; H. Spurgeon Cherry, ing's edition an advocacy of forbid-
May 20th Center Hill; E. ,I.. Williams\ Fort I ding the crossing of streets by pedes-

Meade; H. I. Watt, Ocala; Ralph trians, except at street corners, I beg j new line for the Springand
' Duffy, Plant City; John S. Helms, to remark that for past three win- Summer season of 1914 is
Best Values at Lowest Prices
Tampa; J. H. Hodges, Gainesville; ters, or during the season when our I'' now complete. Never in the history
W. P. Adamson, Tampa; U. S. Bird, streets are most crowded by autos,I NI of our business have we
I USSESIAffiLM&DUMAgents Tampa; Th. Truelson, Tampa; J. B. have made it a point to make my
such line of
been able to show a
Wallace, Tampa; J. C. Vinson, Tampa crossings somewhere near center of
; B. H. Maynard, Lakeland; C. M 1. blocks, as at such points one has onlyto new and timely goods for Easter

for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Love, Lakeland; Rollin Jefferson, watch in two directions, while at selling. Our line of Dress
Tampa; Henry C. Dozier, Ocala; Eu- street corners it is necessary to watch I! .Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Miffl-

Patterns gene P. Peek, Ocala; A. L Izler, in four directions! and be under the]I | nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
Ocala; E. Van Hood, Ocala; Davis exquisite uncertainty of not knowing -' notions is complete-the stylesare
Forster, New Smyrna; Y. C. Lott, two seconds ahead whether the! varied enough to suit
IMIIM'' II" ... .MilliMMMIIHIII* Ft. Pierce; E. R. McMurray, Bartow; auto coming on the side street will I the taste of every one, and the prices are in 'ng with

-- R. J. McMurrav. Mulberrv. :. J. W. ma k easu;; dd e n shoot toward you or every purchaser's idea- of economy. To aC<* theEaster !
REAL Taylor, Wauchula; J. C. Spell, Titus go harmlessly by. Others think like trade we are going to sell our rr
4 MOVING PICTURE ROMANCE Wolfe, county license clerk, in his of- ville; Sheldon Stringer, Tampa. wise, and I sincerely hope our commissioners the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to
ficial capacity as notary public, as will not debar us from cheaper than the regular prices.
"the man who tied the knot.-Jack. The Times-Union says: "Effective I mid-block crossing. We will appreciate and be more than pleasedyou
Two of the most famous in
stars
the firmament sonville Metropolis.Both Saturday, May 16, the Clyde Steam- Yours very truly, our line if you will call on us.
of filmdom have be-
Miss Joyce and Mr.
Moore are .ship company will reduce its sailings F- G. HAWLEY.
come one! The lovable, beautiful, familiar
to the
very moving picture !from Jacksonville to New York from
popular and never-before-kissed Alice patrons of Orlando, the former
being four ships a week to three. This is
Joyce, and versatile, talented, daring the Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
possibly
most beautiful
moving nade necessary on account of the for prices on Cow Peas 4.29m u m New iYorK Stap
and lucky Tom Moore, both farfamedin picture actress in the country. Her government chartering the steamers H. Bargain .
Kalem productions, are the parties marriage to Mr. Moore took place in
Commanche, Huron and Chippewa for R"?d the advertisements diily.
to this surprising act, with A. M. Jacksonville R
on Tuesday. service as transports." For the news, read The Sentinel MMIIIIM IMIMIIMIilMIMB