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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 16, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914. NUMBER 82.

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HANDS THEM REVOLVERAND TELEPHONE AND TELE- COMMISSIONERS[ DEAL[ WI1H N A CABINET MAKES DEMAND

FALLS SOIL OF ON CANADA NEUTRAL THEIR[ EXPENSE[ [. ACCOUNTS TELLS THEM THEY GRAPH COMPANIES ARE KNOm( r PROBLEM[ ON HUERTA FOR IMMEDIATE -

LACK COURAGETO WILLING TO LEND EXPLANATION

Several of Them Have Almost ACT THEIR AID Road Contracts and Bond Questions

MID IO&) Till PRESIDENT! fARWll[ [ Reached the Limit Fixed Cause Them to Hold Lengthy 1 REFUSAL! MS MORE[ T TROUBLE U l[

\ A... by Law TO Session Without Decision T
..:"- --:0:" '" [MPHAII AllY REFUSES[ RESIGN AN ORDINANCE-[ SUBMITTED
WILSON EXPRESSES HOPE THAT r IXSOLEXT ATTITUDE OF THE
THE MEDIATORS WILL BE Tallahassee, May 15.-In accord- The county commissioners were in DICTATOR CAUSES CABINETTO
ance with the provisions of the new I ADMITS THAT HE MAY BE COMPELLED ORLANDO LIGHT AND WATER session for several hours yesterday
ABLE TO FIND SOLUTION OF
TAKE DECISIVE ACTION IN
Bryan primary law, which requiresthe TO FLEE THE COUNTRY COMPANY WAS NOT REPRESENTED afternoon considering the bids for
PROBLEM WHICH HAS VEXED of the of BRINGING MATTERS TO
filing expense accounts BUT THAT HE WILL AT HEARING BE- constructing the brick road systemand QUICK
UNITED STATES the various candidates for state and the sale of the road bonds. No CRISIS
NEVER GIVE UP THE FORE CITY COUNCIL
national offices, the candidates for decision was taken and another ses-
.V OFFICEA YESTERDAYRepresentatives
15. The United States senate, congress, secretary sion will be held today.
Washington, May openingof Washington, May 15-Special.-( )
of agriculture, justice of the Chairman M. 0. Overstreet
the negotiations of the South an-
Mediation may be terminated in short
American mediators in the Mexican supreme ,court, state's attorney and dispatch from Robert H. Mur- of the local tele- nounced the low bidders to be R. M. order because of the failure of this

controversy at Niagara Falls, Ont, other offices, have filed itemized ray, special correspondent of the New phone company, the long distance Hudson, of Atlanta; the Southern government to get from Huerta any

was postponed until Wednesday, May statements showing their respective York World at Vera Cruz, says: telephone company and the Western Paving and Construction company, of definite news as to the fate of Private

20, the state department announced.The expenditures in their contest for the Unsuccessful efforts were put forth Union Telegraph company appeared Chattanooga, and the Alabama Paving Parks and Consul Silliman.At .
sessions originally were sched- office to which they aspire. The cam- : by Gen. Huerta's delegates to the me- before the city council yesterday afternoon company, of Birmingham. This
its session today the cabinet
uled to begin Monday, May 18. paign expenditure statements as filed diation conference to obtain from hima in response to an invitationby was done in order to allow the other
ordered that demand be made
with Secretary of State Crawford written promise of his resignation council to discuss the proposed bidders to depart, but the contracts on
En route to Niagara Falls to confer Huerta for an immediate explanationof
show the senatorial candidates to prior to their departure for thee placing under ground of all wires in have not been let, nor indeed has any
with the three South American diplomats 'I the circumstances under which
have spent the most Th the city and the action been taken the
money. United States. Information of this removing unsightly though com-
who to solve the differences
are trying Parks met death, and if it is true,
congressional candidates in the third which the missioners and the
was given me today by Americans poles upon wires are contractors were
-between the United States
as reported, that he was killed near
district are next in order. In thrace e strung. in conference for time discussing
arriving from the capital. It is not. some -
and Mexico by mediation the three Vera Cruz. The demand was trans-
for state offices, T. J. Appleyard, the situation. It that the
to these While definite appears
envoys selected by Dictator Huerta to possible quote men, as sev no conclusion was mitted by the state department late
attend the conference in behalf of of Tallahassee, candidate for commis eral of them are in business in Mex- reached, the companies represented system as laid out will cost in excess today. Huerta was notified that the
Mexico are expected to pass through sioner of agriculture, leads all other ico City and intend to return imme agreed to co-operate with the city in of half a million dollars, the amountto United States regarded the shootingof
candidates, in the amount of money be expended for brick roads, and
diately. reasonable
to out the
Jacksonville during this afternoon. every way carry Parks as an unfriendly act and im-
The party, which includes the secre- expended. Realizing the obstacles that wouldbe idea. The Orlando Light and Water it will probably be necessary to cut mediate explanation and reparationis
taries of the envoys, a number of The sworn statement of the cam placed in the way of accomplishing company, which would be affected to down the mileage on one of the high- demanded.

Mexican ladies and others, boarded paign expenses of all of the candi anything decisive at the conference a greater extent than any other interest ways in order to come within the The air is thick with rumors that

two special cars of the Florida Eas dates follow: by their lack of instructions from by such an order, was not rep- limit.A unless this
Coast New United States Senator- Huerta and Huerta's resented. slightly higher bid for the bonds; government gets repara-
railway at Smyrna at 7 regarding event tion to Parks and definite of
as news
o'clock this morning, and proceeded Duncan U. Fletcher, Jacksonville ual submission as inevitable, the dele It is not to be understood that the I' was received but it, too, was under Silliman the mediation proceedingswill
immediately to Jacksonville where __$2,571.47 gates agreed that possibly they could companies mentioned in favor of par and could not be considered.
--------------- were be called off. The cabinet is par-
the cars will be coupled to an Atlanti' John N. C. Stockton, Jack- secure better terms from the UnitedStates putting their wires under ground. Asa ticularly disturbed by the uncertainty

Coast Line train and hurried to Wash sonville _________________ 3,233.89Outstanding if they took the dictator's res matter of fact they registered a WORK ON STORM SEWERS IS surrounding the fate of Parks and

ington. unpaid bills_ 187.3( ignation with them. The idea wasthat strong protest: against the proposed NEARLY FINISHED, the insolent attitude of Huerta in ig-

Spedman H. Hanks, a representative Contributions ___________ 135.25 this should not be used exceptin ordinance. It was explained to them noring this government's repeated requests -
of the state department at Wash Representative in Congress, Firs the event that certian contingen- oy the councilmen that the proposi- The work of putting down th for information.
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this afternoon either at Jacksonvilleor s' 3!. Sparkman, Washington On behalf of the delegates, three the refusal of the light and watercompany surface drainage sewers have been

St. Augustine. Mr. Hanks will D. C. _______________ 298.00A. prominent Mexicans called upon to wire the proposed white laid on Orange from Church to Cen THIRTEEN KILLED IN EXPLOSION -

accompany the Mexicans to Niagara J. Angle, Tampa _______ 437.38J. Huerta and suggested the advisabilityof way lamp post from under ground. tral; on Central from Orange to Lake AT RUBBER FACTORY
Falls as the representative of the de- Fred DeBerry, Plant City 340.55 his placing his resignation in their This refusal on the part of the com Eola; on Pine from Main to West; on

partment of state. Representative- in Coneress.- -, _Second_ n__ !hands, although not to be used without pany had delayed the plans for theuhite I Main from Church to Pine, and on Detroit, May 15.-Special.-An(
The conference to which the Mex- District- v his consent. The emissaries found way, and the only way to get it West from Pine to the junction or explosion of chemicals in the boiler

ican party is being rushed is sched- John V. Denton, Gainesville 374.00 luerta in a defiant mood, which was I was to force the wires to be placed Central. It has been wondered by and reducing rooms of the Mexican

uled to take place in Niagara Falls Frank Clark, Gainesville __ 277.95 not lessened by frequent draughts he I under ground; aside from this reason, many why the streets were opened I Crude Rubber company's plant here
next Monday, and it is expected that Representative in Congress, Third took from his ever present cognac the sufficient argument was given twice for the sewerage work, and i it today killed thirteen employes and
they will easily reach the Canadian bottle. that the poles were unsightly and the should be understood by these thatone injured eleven others. Only two per-
border by that time. They will pass :District- Huerta rejected the proposal em- administration is doing all in its power opening was for the surface and sons in the building at the time of
through Jacksonville somewhat ear- Emmett Wilson, Washington, ph tica\ly. to carry out the "City Beautiful" the other for the sanitary drainage.The the explosion escaped unhurt. Ten
lier than D. C. ___________________ 1,077.82 "You and the who
original plans had intended. men sent you are surface water will be drained into were killed instantly and three injured -
John P. Stokes, Pensacola __ 1,208.15 like all the rest," he said. "You idea.Mr.. David Laird, representing the Lake Eola, but the sewage will be died shortly after reaching the

Interest Centered on Conference Representative in Congress, Fourth want to get rid of me. You would Southern Bell Telephone company, be- turned into the septic tanks. In some hospital. Two others injured are in

Washington, May 15.-The three District- kill me if you dared, but you haven'tthe ing the general manager with officesat I vay the impression has taken hold a serious condition. Following the
South American envoys upon whom W- J. Sears, Kissimmee ____ 697.00 courage. If you were as brave as Savannah, said he didn't like the with some that the sewage was to be explosion of chemicals there were
rests the hope of a peaceful solutionof Albert M. Williamson, Jacksonville men should be who meditate murderin idea of being whacked over the headon turned into the lake. It is difficultto 'rapid explosions of gun cotton and

the Mexican imbroglio, today paida _________________ 726.79 their heart, you would assassinateme. account of some one else. He said imagine how this idea has been I gasoline. Workmen in a factory
formal visit of farewell to President Claude L'Engle, Washington, Here, do it." that the Southern Bell didn't have a given any credence when there has across the street were felled by the
D .C. ___________________
tftlson before their departure for 519.72 The dictator reached to his holster pole in Orlando, having the long dis- been so much talk of the septic tanks- explosion. Windows for a quarter ofa
Niagara Falls, Ont, to begin their William H. Malone, Jr., and drew a revolver, which he held tance business only and coming in on mile wre broken.
peace negotiations. Key West ______________ 616.75 out to his callers.
the local telephone company's posts, BASEBALL RESULTS
All the ceremonial of formal diplomatic Contributed to campaign.. 772.00St. "Take it," he snapped. "Take it but he
was willing to lend his co-op- MELLEN GOES TO GET THE
4 intercourse marked the call of Elmo Acosta, Jackson- and shoot me. Go ahead, there is eration in reaching a reasonable solu- National League

the three envoys. Ambassador Da ville -__________________ 507.06Justice nothing to prevent you. You wouldn'tbe tion of the problem. He said it would Pittsburg 3, New York 5. PAPERS
Gama, of Brazil; Minister Naon, of of the Supreme Court punished; every one around me interfere with the transmission of Chicago 5, Brooklyn 12.

Argentina, and Minister Suarez, of Thomas Shackleford, Tal- would be glad to have me out of the long! distance messages to put the Cincinnati 4, Boston 2. Washington, May 15.-Former

Chile, went to the White House ac- lahassee ________________ 108.00 way, and you would be heroes. wires under groundMr. St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 3- President Charles S. Mellen of the

companied by Secretary of State Bryan. Obligations' debts or liabil- "No? There, you see, it is as I told J. H. Dean, manager of the Or- American League New York, New Haven & Hartford
In the blue room the president, ities assumed on accountof you. Not one of you has the courageto lando Telephone company, made the New York 2, Detroit 4. railroad, after a conference wi h
with his military and naval aides attired candidacy ____________ 43.00 do it. Tell the men that sent you interesting statement that his com- Boston 3, St Louis 9. Chief Counsel Folk of the interstate

in full dress uniform, greetedthe John C. Avery, Pensacola__ 192.50 that they will go to the conference pany was laying out plans for underground Washington 6, Chicago 3. commerce commission, left today for

envoys. He wished them successon State Attorney, Fifth Judicial Circuit without my resignation, or anything wiring to be done in the future Philadelphia 6, Cleveland 3. New Haven, Conn. There he will secure -

their mission of peace and ex that looks like itOn the contrary, for certain sections of the___ titv._.., FPlfpn1- ,-,.-. --Io-I.P2O'IUO documents-- --___-__ -- and_ "r/anprs" --- which__n__ the_n_
pressed the hope that when they re- J. C. B. Koonce, Bushnell __ 420.00 I shall tell them positively that I shall but objected to a change at this time n Pittsburg 0, Kansas City 1. commission desires in connection with

turn to Washington they will have George. Scofield, Inverness 316.38 stay here as long as I please. If I and pointed out some of the difficul- I Brooklyn 12, St. Louis 6. its investigation of financial operations -
found the solution of the Mexican State Attorney, Sixth Judicial Cir- am forced to flee, I shall do so with- ties that would confront his companyif Buffalo 0, Chicago 7. of the New Haven road.
problem, which has confronted the cuit- out resigning I shall still be .
; presi an attempt were made to carry the Baltimore 2, Indianapolis 1. Mr. Mellen will continue his testimony
United States government for three George P. Raney, Tampa ___ 72.02 dent. proposed order into effect. Southern League before the commission Tues-

years. State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Mr. Dean suggested that the city New Orleans 7, Memphis 5. day.The
Although it is customary for am- Circuit- HARRY VALLON ADMITS THAT engineer furnish an estimate of how Mobile 4, Nashville 3. subpoenaed directors of the

bassadors and ministers on leavingthe !A. V. Long, Starke ________ 72.00 HE TESTIFIED FALSELY much it would require to install sucha Montgomery 13, Atlanta 4. New Haven, William Rockefeller,
United States for long absencesto State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit system. He said his company Chattanooga 6, Birmingham 6. Lewis Cass Ledyard, George F. Baker

say good-bye to the president, I New York, May 15.-Harry Vallon, would do the same thing, but it was Twelve innings; darkness. and George MacCulloch Miller, have
there was more than the usual fare- I A. Carmichael, Chipley._ 185 testifying today at the trial of desirable to have the city's estimate South Atlantic League been directed to hold themselves in
well in the little scene in the blue J. Bowers Campbell, Marix Charles Becker, for the murder of to check against theirs. I I Savannah 6, Columbus 3. readiness next Tuesday to be exam-

room today. The three envoys are anna --1-1-1| (____ 129.32 Herman Rosenthal, corroborated main Mr. P. E. Ramsey, district foreman. Charleston 6, Macon 1. ined. It is regarded as quite unlikelythat

leaving American territory purposelyto Amount of money bor- points of the story told by Jack Rose of the Western Union Telegraph com- Jacksonville 6, Columbia 2. either Mr. Rockefeller or Mr-
disrobe themselves of official con- rowed from First National the stand Albany 8 6. Miller will appear, as both have
on during the last two days. pany, took practically the view of the Augusta pre-
nection with this government so that bank of Graceville _______
I 100.00R. He admitted under crossexaminationthat others, saying that it would work a sented certificates of illness.
they may act in impartial and H. Burford, Marianna ._ 161.00 THE WEATHER
inter-I he had known Rosenthal for fifteen hardship upon the company, but he
mediary capacity on a neutral State Attorney, Eleventh Judicial years and that they had a disa- was willing to work with the city and Hon. J. E. Alexander formally announces -
Upon the three mediators devolves Circuit-
I i i greement six months before the gam- the other companies in doing what he Florida: Partly cloudy Saturdayand in the Record's political column -
the real burden of the conference at' John C. Gramling, Miami __ 72.00 bler was murdered. It is a contentionof could to reduce the number of unsightly Sunday; probably local showersin I I this week, his candidacy for
Niagara Falls. They are to make all I I i Railroad Commissioner- the defense that peninsular-
Rosenthal was a poles.Nothing state senator. James has
suggestions and initiate all moves. Hudson Burr Tallahassee many
108.00Newton
victim of a gambler's war. was decided at the meet- I staunch friends over Volusia who
From them must come the plan which A. Blitch, Tallahassee I Vallon admitted that he had lied on ing, and the matter was left without Lots of paper bound books for sum have buckld on the armor for his

all tion.parties will take under considera-I(I I, ---------------______ 126.45 many occasions in respect to the mur- reaching conclusions, Commissioner mer recreation within the price of nomination to this high office on

I I I I Commissioner of Agriculture- der but swore that his story was cor- Johnson announcing that there wouldbe everybody at Curtis & O'Neal's. June 2nd. Time and again the people
The American representatives have W. A. McRae, Tallahassee.. 255.96 rect in its essential
details.. another get-together meeting when have conferred honors upon him and
no plenary powers. They are to be T. J. Appleyard, Tallahassee 1,151.13 Counsel for the defense fired ques- the light and water company could certain that great improvement in the he enters the fight with every assur-
only a medium of I I i
communication be- State Senator
tween the United Twenty-fourth District tion after question at the witness, but have a representative present. But appearance ,of the streets will be ance that he will be a victor before
States
government in no important points, however, was I I some progress was made. If the made by removing a number of poles the coming primary-Volusia County
,and the mediators. J. N. Fogarty, Key West ___ 59.00 his story broken down. wires are not put under ground it is that now mar the landscape. Record.I .

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A Plea for Sacred Music in Our day Prize, including automobile a reace tour of course the Grand and a MtUMMIIIHIIMIIIIIIii- iMMIIHtllitttlliHt*++

trip to Tybee island. The conclave -- I
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Sunday Schools. will Announcement officially end was Friday made night.here today !Beck! &| Paynes : I1m

BY JEANNETTE ROBINSON MURPHY
that the imperial council had

(From the New York Baptist Examiner, January 9, 1908ALL granted the applications of Spring-

field, Mo., and Fort' Worth, Texas, *
over America, into our Sunday schools, and, !alas! even into our f ag Cash j Grocery
there has rolled a tidal wave of irreligious music, which for the establishment of shrines in j

fair "to sweep off from our earth, temporarily, all of godly those cities. ---. ---- ..
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hymnology.
called "Gospel ," but many of them are far from - -
melodies are songs
These
being in sense "Gospel." They toss about the sacred name of our Lord The report comes from Sorrento
as if it were any a rubber ball They bring it into their verse m the most irreverent Uneeda BiscuitA that all the gardens and fruit treesin STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES[ [
way. They ring the changes flippantly. : upon the great central that section are showing the blighting
truths of Christianity, not even sparing the vicarious atonementanythingto effects of a seven weeks' drouth-
make a rousing-but often meaningless hymn, set to a taking, sprightly crisp, clean, nutri-
Leaves of the and
tune. tious food. For orange grapefruitare
These tunes are not true music. They are not sacred. They are not everybodyevery curling up and falling and the Nice stock. White Rose
majestic, or stately, or reverent. They do not even. fit the accents of the where. Fresh in the set fruit is dropping off in such quan- new
trashy words to which they are set. They are "Rag Time, pure and _
Simple, often copied from dance musIc-unconscIOusly assimilated, per- moisture-proof pack- tities that it is feared the coming br dlCannedgocds[ [ ( Fox River But-
haps, from vaudeville theaters or dance halls. age, 5 cents crop will be less than the last one, ,
We should not be surprised that so many American chIl.dre.n have lost in spite of the record bloom in the
their love for the Church of God, when they have no part in its services.They early; spring. ter, i'I;"Pride" the highest grade butter-
are not taught to memorize the grand old church hymns which have
comforted the saints for ages. We ought not to condemn children for playing .
"rag time" all Sunday afternoon, when they are taught nothing but this MMIIMimilMMMMM ne. B Call and get our cash pces.HTWest .
style of jig in the Sunday school. They see no line of demarkation between
religious and secular music in the morning; why should they be suddenly
called upon to establish it in the afternoon? The "rag time" they play in For SaleI
the afternoon to entertain their friends is honestly labelled; is that which
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they hear in the morning? They are told in many churches that they must l
not dance; yet with few exceptions Every Tune They Sing in Their'Sunday llr 8 I have the following .
School is a Mighty Good Two-Step" or "Waltz.
One well-known composer presents in his book an attractive, fetching properties which I offerat
song for the delectation of the little children, which declares that heavenis ZuZuThe ATTRACTIVE PRICES
quite an up-to-date place, being fitted out with phonographs! I wonder if
they have the Victor or the Edison? The refrain runs something like this: little prior to going north:
"And heaven's gold-foiled phonograph is taking every word!" Now funny name One California Bungalow -
wouldn't that go a long way toward bringing a lost soul to God? of the famous little
Ask any child if it knows all the words of "No, Not One," "Nothing but ginger snap that puts ; one two-story house
the Blood of Jesus," "Stepping in the light," "Sunshine in My Soul Today," fresh "snap" and (corner lot.) Intending .
and it will be likely to answer proudly, "Yes"; but ask it if it can say,by
will do well
heart any of the stanzas of "Nearer, My God, To Thee," "Rock of Ages," "ginger" into jaded buyers to get
"Lead, Kindly Light," "Jesus Lover of my Soul"-in fact, any reverent, noble appetites. 5 cents. in touch with me on
hymn, new or old, and it will probably anwer, "No, they are too old-fash above properties whichare
ioned." Would we call Jesus old-fashioned because He lived long ago? .
Would we call Bach's, or Haydn's, or Mozart's, or Beethoven's, or Spohr's, both new and well
or Handel's, or Schumann's or Schubert's music old-fashioned because they -' located.
lived before we lived? Their music is fresh, for it is musical truth. Yet how
many of our children even know that Handel wrote the tune to "Joy to the
World"? How many know that Luther wrote the great hymn, "A Mighty FRED B. DALE Just arrived car load
Fortress"? How many know how to examine the indexes of the hymn :

authors and music composers? How many, when a hymn is announced, look 306 ANDERSON STREET for immediate -
at the name of the author and the composer of the music? How many can FORDS
tell you intelligently about the meter of the song.
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It is noticeable, in contrast with the vapid songs above referred to, that delivery.Get .
the grand old hymns prefer to speak of God as the Father and as Jehovah, 4IHMMIMHMIMMMMIIMMMMMiMIIIIIMIMt
getting forth the majesty and fear of God. And when they do mention His
earthly name, oh! how tenderly and sacredly the name of Jesus is handled. yours nowP.
"Jesus, Lover of My Soul," "The soul that on Jesus has leaned for repose,"
"My Faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary"-all so different from GRAHAM CRACKERS G. RUSK,
nauseating ditties which seem to be ground out by wholesale, with the kind SUMMER TIME IS
aid of a rhyming dictionary and set to jigs with gay choruses which are aptto The natural sweet- Phone 22fiCommencement:
make the most straightlaced long to dance.
and nutriment FLY TIME
There is a distinct difference between Religious and Secular Music. ness
The contrary is claimed by some people, but this will not be admitted by the of the wheat are retained Are those windows
great leaders like Horatio Parker, or Edward Stubbs, or any of the leading giving thema I screen
ed yet? Patented detachable *
hymn and tune writers of England today.
It is often urged that stately, sacred hymns are not sufficiently bright delightful flavor hangers used on all
and pleasing to interest our little children! But our little ones are not xo cents. screens. No ladder need. .
brought to Sunday School merely to be amused and entertained, to be ed to take off or put on
made think so.For gay. and jolly; though under the present regime many of them seem to Buy biscuit baked by when washing windows.

those who honestly think that good music and good hymns are really
dry and not adapted to arouse the enthusiasm of our children, let me say NATIONAL R.J.WALDRONContractor I _
that all children love Cobb's beautiful setting to "Round the Lord in glory BISCUIT and Builder Ij
seated," Jeffery's tune to "Ancient of Days," Smart's lovely music to "The I
day is gently sinking to a close," Horatio Parker's to "In loud exalted COMPANY : 410 West StreetFor
strain," Dykes to "Lead, Kindly Light," Sullivan's and Haydn's music to t
"Onward Christian Soldiers"; and so I could go on with the list of bright Always look for that named HMtiimiHilMMMMIM.
tunes which really delight children. Some of these are really stirring.
There are a few,and only a few of the Gospel songs which are sweet an '
helpful, but even in the season of revival they should be selected very care 1
fully. It is not being "born again" to be swept away by the power, often
purely hypnotic of a dashing song like "The Crowning Day is Coming," SHRIXERS SELECT SEATTLE AS I Sale Gifts.
which everybody is singing at fever heat. Catchy Music with Accompany I
NEXT MEETING PLACE
ing Undignified! Ditties never brought any soul lastingly to its God.
There.IS a certain hymn book (at least they call it one) which has -- I I Nothing more appropriate than pretty
taken the impertinent liberty-surely not with Charles Wesley's permissionof !
-:- adding a catchy refrain to that famous hymn, "Hark, the herald angels Atlanta, Ga., May 14.-Having selected Modern 8-room :
books. We have a nice line of these
sing, which for manyof
maqy a day has been wedded to Mendelssohn's immortal Seattle as their meeting place1ext .
music. Some presumptious "redactor" has thought to improve upon this year and with the election of House 2 doors :
noble [ them for such use and others
tune and to help the poetry by adding a constant refrain which destroys officers and other business connected : designed many
the beauty of the whole magnificent How is the 'child
poem. I
of the future to tell what is the original wording? Is not this increasing poor mu with the 1914 conclave completed, the west of Wyoming : that will make any graduate happy. Come in

tilation of our noblest hymns a dastardly proceeding? Is not the teaching of nobles of the Mystic Shrine who are
such No altered child words to defenseless children equally so? here attending the annual meeting oi Hotel. Bargain. :: and see them and take a look at other arti-
brought up on These Trashy Things have
the
can same high
regard for the imperial council of that order to- : I
religion which
characterized our ancestors. The Cavaliers and ; cles if you prefer something else instead of
the Puritans were taught truly religious hymns, and these men and women lay devoted themselves to a programof
stood for noble, high principles, stern sense of duty and honor, and surely sightseeing. In automobiles and
the hymns they sang had much to do with books.
molding their characters. To-day >
suburban train
by thousands of vis-
our children are not learning much, either religiously or esthetically from A. L
s Bentley
the hymns they sing. 'tors made trips to the various pointsof i : W. S. BRANCH

Excerpt from article "Sunday School Improvements" interest in the vicinity of Atlanta, :: ,
by Jeannette Robinson ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEI'
Murphy, in New York Obserer, January 9, 1902. including the battlefields of Atlanta,
The Arcade Book and Music Store
"There should be a trained musician, who would regularly drill the Peachtree Creek, Jonesboro, Marietta, "4tMIIHMM8MMMIIIM>
children in the proper interpretation of the highest music and insist upon Kennesaw Mountain and Ezra church.

their is the learning child who"by has heart"been all of the in words of the very finest hymns. Happy Other parties went to Stone Mountain -1----.. .... .. . &' & . . . ..., , .. .. ., .. ,
taught his infancy to
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Bull Sluice and other
properly, to enunciate distinctly and to appreciate the best music. Blessed points.
is he who has been led to make a part of himself, such soul-satisfying hymns This was the last day of the con-
as "Lead, Kindly Light," "Nearer, My God, to Thee" "Abide clave
With Me, etc. here and tonight members of
Are there Orlando Bank & Trust Co
Sabbath many Sunday schools whose pupils commit to memory each the imperial council accompanied by
morning, the words of some glorious Psalm and a standard hymn
like the good old "How Firm a Foundation or "There is a Land of Pure their ladies were to leave by special
' Delight?" Is it not time that the so-called music and vapid literature in the trains for Savannah where a delightful Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

Sunday School songs of to-day (which even the children themselves are learnIng outing was planned for them Fri-
to despIse) were taken from our service by: some mighty, God.fearin g
han? Many of the Sunday School RESOURCESReal
songs are sImply adaptations of worldly
music. I suspect, if he truth were known, few of them ever brought soul
lastingly to its Saviour. They are irreverent and destroy the child's a preCIOUS To THE WEST Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

brain structure, where classic music and inspirit words would build Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

up and create a better quality of mind. ; VIASMINOU Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

-- --- - Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

B BULL MOOSERSTO[ HAVE PARTIAl I will A partial do this ticket just as before well, he the explained primary,I [ LI MinD Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02


TICIET( IN DADE C COUNTY as a complete ticket. However, the Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm $904,306.09
names of the Progressive candidateswill Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm LIABILITIES
not the Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A C. L. 9:00 pm
on primary ballot
go as Lv Ga. A. Stock and Undivided Profits
Waycross, C.L..11:10 pm Capital Surplus $131,279.78
Kirk Munroe the Famous Author ofBoys' there will be no competition, the law Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None ft
specifying that when there is onlyone Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40
Books Is One of Their Ga. C. amAr.Americus Bills payable . . . . . . . None
candidate for an office his name of Ga. 3:55 am
Candidates Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
shall not,be placed on the primary Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72

Miami Fla. ballot default., being nominated for the office Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
May Preservation by However, the names of Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm .
of the Progressive party organizationwas all candidates will go on the general Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C..... 7:46 pm
secured by the Bull Moosers election ballot. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C____-_ 9:35 pm $904,906.09
yes- Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C_________11:07 pm
terday in nominating a partial ticket Kirk Munroe, of Cocoanut Grove, Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C___12:13 am

candidates for the county school the noted author of boys' stories, ;is Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 am Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

board-and a full 'county ticket to be one of the Progressive party's nominees Ar Centralia Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
placed on the ballot at the general for the county school board, the Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C._______ 3:20 am
election next fall will be nominated at other nominees being JF.. Wood- Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
Ar Kankakee Ill., I. C._____ 6:20
a convention to be held in this city worth, of Miami, and C. C. Ausherman Ar Chicago, III, I.
some time next July. This latter pro of Fort Lauderdale.The Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
cedure can be had under the general Solid Through Trains-Composed of

statute law governing general election observation, compartment, drawing Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
0- K. Billiard and Pool Parlor, room, section sleeping cars, and f-ee
irrespective of the new primary reclining chair between Jacksonville J!'
J. A. cars
Huntington, proprietor, is now and Chicago, and Jacksonvillend t Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
law.The filing of at least a partial tick located in the Giles & Hovey building St Louis. All meals in diningcar. The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

et for the on Orange avenue, where he will Trust Co. desire to
primary is necessary, ac- express their appreciation to their
conduct of the best For 1 lets and Pullman
one amusement car reser-
ording to J. E. Junkin, committeeman places in this section. 5-14-6t ations, all on 11 friends and customers for making such a statement DOS-

from the Riverside precinct and W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, sible.

prominent in Bull Moose councils, not ort ORLANDO'S
only to preserve the organization, but Buy your garden seed from DeLaney ). W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, CONSERVATIVE BANK

to keep the party in line, officially.big]' shipment&: Abernethy.of fresh seed.Just received 3-13-tf a Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line, :Tifiiuu: .; : ;:unuuunwuunnunhnin:

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c MORNING AND WEEKLY Seven Mexican seals have been It requires more than pay roll affection In response to a most cordial invitation H i

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and ODU. sent to Pensacola for the public park. or notoriety love to warranta ] from the Eustis Board of Trade
z. --. Just at present the American people man to ask for one of your seats in and the Eustis Citrus Growers' Association [ SUPPER[ SALE l [
Entered.at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida
i at Second Clas Mail Matter. would be more interested in having a congress.He i i the annual convention of the
3s Mexican seal sent to Washington to must have a record of work in | ]Florida Citrus Exchange will be held

SUBSCRIPTION RATES attach to a peace compact brought your interest behind him that shows at Eustis on Friday, May 22nd. A
Daily 1 Year ..........................$i.OO about the A B.
by C. mediators. 1 him to be of the love of
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 possessed ]barbecue and a practical demonstration
Daily, S Months ...................... L25 aas truth, justice, and morality in publicas i of the machinery and meth-
Daily 1 Month ....................... 50 new .
Now a suffragette has slashed a well as in private affairs. He must ,ods of handling and packing citrus

a Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.00! painting of the Duke of Wellingtonand 1 have brains and initiative-also dem- ;fruits will be given in connection with NO.
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 7J British resentment is at fever
TO ADVERTISERS: heat.-Tampa Tribune. Put this tape on all who come asking and everybody going will be
The 'gettes seem to have done what i in the Fourth district-and Claude I assured of a pleasant as well as profitable
Copy for display and all .Uier hand-let Napoleon was unable to do at Water-1 L'Engle will be the answer. day. The board of directors in
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adnrtUinr nut be handed in at the bnsineuofico
of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. ... loo ninety-nine years ago next month. Before election promises and after coming to a decision with reference to
the U changes day before for publication.contract 'advertising This rule;applies it U ,election performances of Claude holding the convention at Eustis,were What are you going to do Saturday night? You

invariable and wiD be strictly adhered to. St. Petersburg does not propose to L'EngleHe largely influenced by the fact that at can better afford to break all other engagements than

allow any town in Florida to have promised to let the people ofI I I this point there is located the most miss our AFTER SUPPER SALESIt
discontinued on any attractions that they do not Florida know what was really goingon modern packing house in the state, if
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be, have and in order to keep even with < in Washington. He told about I,i not in the whole country, and this will opens at Seven-continues until ten-three hours of bar-
t until notice to atop is reeeived. Sanford they have a Forrest Lake. things the people should know in afford an opportunity for many growers gaining. How much money can you save in that time if
The St. Petersburg Forest lake has weeKly letters to Dixie; !I who are contemplating remod- you try?

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914. never been mayor of the city nor a He promised to strengthen the rule j I: elling or building, to visit this plant. A few Saturday Sales like this will help to atone for a

member of the legislature, but it is of the peopleHe has recognized only ,j The Atlantic Coast Line has issued bunch of blue Mondays. Where is there a woman with soul so
The man who smiles on adversityis very handsome and quite placid. those who have made the people's ,j i -ound trip tariff rates from the following dead that she cannot appreciate a period of phenomenal bar-
bound to succeed. fight in suggesting names for ap- points to Eustis and return: gaining

o Now 'it appears that Col. Rooseveltlost pointments to office; Altamonte Springs ____________$L65

If you can't do anything else to fifty-five pounds during his trip i,I He promised to work for open caucus i I I Crown Point __________________ 2.10
help along the City Beautiful-look: in South America. Will Yale be able doors. He fought for the open Longwood ____________________ 1.55 WASH GOODS 1,500 YARDS
pleasant to keep Prof. Taft at home after caucus, and worked for it after de- : Maitland _____________________ 1.70 11---- Ramie Linens, Fancy Pop.
; lot of Fancy stripe and II
o that?-Duluth Herald. I|I feat, and is yet working for it; Oviedo _______________________ 1.80 lins, Satin Stripe Lawns,
= The mischief maker Call another election immediately. I.I He promised to work for open com- Ocoee _______________________ 2.10 lawns Dolly Varden Knicker Crepes Stripe Ra
sows tares That puts Roosevelt in the bantam mittee room doors. He has a resolu- : Orlando ______________________ 1.95 and printed dim- tines, Figured Voiles, Rice
the wheat when the I I I
among good man class and the professor, qualifying asI tion pending for open meetings for Pine Castle ___________________ 2.10 ities. A fine range of col- cloths, etc. A big assort-
sleeps. a heavyweight can knock him out in all committees. The meetings of the Winter Park 1.80 III ors and designs. Value to ment to choose from. Valuesup
------------------ up I I
o the first round. 1 I committees to which he I I to 65c. Saturday
belongs are ,
The gossips are disappointed be- !I! open to the public; 1914.Good for three days, May 29-21-22, I 15c. Saturday night ___8c. __night _____________-___lac

cause Nordica didn't have but a million Mr. 0. B. Floyd reports that his lie promised to cut off special priv- : The Seaboard Air Line has not yet

, dollars worth of jewels. gold fish continue to act like the can- ilege.. lie has a bill pending to de- : supplied us with their tariff, but all WHITE WASH GOODSA
o nibals of the South Sea Islands, and stroy special privileges enjoyed by
fares be the
can safely figured on golden opportunity of securing what you positively need
I'I
The candidates in some of the coup the larger ones eat the small ones tariff beneficiaries; also a bill to pro- rate of 3 cents per mile, plus 25 cents right away at almost a fraction of their regular values.
ties are following an itinerary and whenever opportunity offers. It must hibit railroads from charging more for the round trip. Rice Cloths, plain and stripe, Ratines, Plain
i speaking to the voters. There's some be a very uncomfortable condition of for carrying Florida produce to mar- This invitation is extended to alls and Fancy Crepes, etc, etc-all in white. Values 23e I
excuse for it in the counties referredto mind for the junior fishes to realize kets of the North and East than i whether affiliated with the up to 65 cents.
that will be swallowed whole growers, Sat urdaXight . .. . . . . "
where there are many candidatesand they by charged for bringing the same com Exchange or not.
the competition is sharp. their sister or grandmother or father modities to Florida, in order that -- -

o unless they are constantly on the Florida producers may have equal opportunity SPRINKLERSWe SILK LISLE HOSE WHITE SILK HOSE
watch and move, to keep out of reach. with the producers of other ,
15 dozen. Fine quality silk
The reported reduction of one mill Is positively necessary for
Those fish need Christian
in taxes is being hailed with delightby missionary evidently fish to civilize a them and I I states. I don't like to be kicking all the Lisle Hose in black and summer wear. One of lead
of the time but we must that a great white. Our price for same
some but say
newspapers, they teach them the golden rule. Mr. The late King Edward had the rep- ing lines 50c value Saturday
should remember that the valuationsare many pedestrians would appreciate it always 50c. Saturday
= Floyd estimates that he has alreadylost utation of being the busiest man in i night _________________ 23c S5c pair or 3 pairs for $1.00
much if those who using
being.raised and the are
proposed reduction between England, but his King George is very
two and three thousand, son, ,
c is not II their sprinklers would place them far
a complete offset.
but still hopes to raise enough to said to lead a still more strenuous ,
enough from the street to keep them
o stock the>fountain on Lake Eola. life and is named by London papers TALCUM POWDER
from sprinklin the sidewalks.
a Huerta's peace envoys passed as the busiest man in the world. Of I lOc tins for ______________5c ,I, 25c tins for _--_________lOc
f through Florida yesterday on theirway Thomas J. Barrett recently died i in course Mr. Theodore Roosevelt and
to Niagara Falls, where the London, England. He was the active W. R. O'Neal, being in a class by Who is your painter and decorator?
If are satisfied keep the one
you you
conferences are to be held. It required manager of the Pears Soap company themselves, are not taken into consid have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
two Pullman cars to accom and originated the catch phrase, eration. With the above notable ex No. 636. 120tfIHMIMIIMMMMiimt .ALL DAY.. H HA
modate the party, there being eighteen "Good morning; have you used Pears ceptions, we are willing to pass the .
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a persons, including ladies and soap?" This and other novel and reward of merit to George the Fifth,
servants. This doesn't look much likea original ways of advertising, have by the grace of God king of the !

busted republic, eh? made the firm very wealthy. But United Kingdom of Great Britain, de T. F. HOURIIIAN | SPECIAA

1 o long before Pears soap was ever fender of the faith, emperor of India,
The candidates for congress from heard of, American patent medicine baron of Renfrew, and Killarney, lord Licensed Plumber and

the fourth district spoke in Jacksonville advertisers were using catch words of the Isles and great steward of Sanitary Engineer X range of fine imported Ratines in plain colors .
i Tuesday evening and were heard and phrases to attract the public at Scotland, K. G., K. T., K. P., GC.. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing f also twothree and even four toned effects. Splendid for
by only four hundrd voters. There tention. One of the very earliest of S. I., G. C. V. 0., I. S. 0., generaland Promptly Attended to. separate skirts Coats, Suits, etc., etc. Regular
these was the following which admiral, etc. PHONE 629 values up to $1.50. 49 C
x are some twelve thousand voters in was All day Saturday .... ... .. ..... .
Duval county. Orlando gave an audi painted on fences, buildings, big 106 Court Street Bandings and edgings to match many of these Ratines. Regular
.: ence to the same speakers of aboutone boulders, etc., half a century ago: The American National Red Cross values from 35c to 75c. All day Saturday from ____19c to 29c
hundred, w":-h is a much better "To make assurance doubly sure, I'lltake Life Saving Corps is making plans for ORLANDO, FLORIDA J

proportion. If vote in the Plantation Bitters, they never the opening of the life saving stationat 4-2l-lm
congressional
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I fail." Pablo Beach on Sunday May 24. A SPECIAL "EFFORT" IN LACES
f ,
race la co be judged by the MMMIHMIilMMMMMMMIMIIMMIIMMimiitiiMIIIIIMMMill
2,000 yards shadow laces-in a positively unrivalled range of
crowds the speakers
are attracting dainty new designs and effects. Ranging in
.;r none of them will get enough to color ItlitmttMtlMIMMMMIMMIM* widths from 3 inches to 12 inches. Regular values 9e.DAINTY
T. the puddle. to 30c yard. .
o i' If you are contemplating a sea voyage, this sum- All Day Saturday, per yd. ... .. . .. .

l ALWAYS FOR THE BAD 09 1 0( R Ofil U nil mer a 350 package of McElroy's Sea Sick Remedy --

; hU ijili will absolutely prevent any sea sickness. It is no
f, Some people seem to make their IifflhiIIJ J dope and is guaranteed, WASH DRESSESIn OUR LINGERIE WAISTS

hatreds and prejudices a part of their voiles, Rice Cloths, Ra Were so much in demand
very existence. McELROY'S 33 YEARS tines, etc., all new styles last Saturday that we have
PHARMACY ; been to this .
requested
repeat
They are never so happy as when ESTABLISHEDimiMMIIMMMMMMMMHMMt and latest designs. Regular special. So they go on
hating some one to the extent of their values $2.50 to $6-50 All day again plenty of 'em-val-
talent in this line. HMMMMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMM Saturday $1.75 to $3.98. ues up to $1.50. All day

Against the people who have in None over this price. Saturday ______________85c JJ

some way incurred their displeasure ''tiililllllllHlliillHHIIIIIIIIIHMIIHMHIIililllMMMMMH _
there is never a kind word. ODD CORSETS

They have eyes always for the bad. About 100 corsets, odd sizes, odd makes. Values up to $5.00.

They are open-eyed to the mistakes Your pick ---------------------------------_____- cMEN'S ,
a of others, and blind as a bat to the

virtues that their enemies may have. FURNISHINGSWhite
In fact, so bitter is the hatred of ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
some people that they can never find Serge and Flannel NEGLIGEE: SHIRTS

anything good in a man whom they Commencement Da-an important event in the trousers, latest cuts and I 25 dozen fancy shirts in

may dislike for some real or fancied lives of young people should receive some fitting mark pants.styles.All Our day$5.00 Saturday-and $6.00__ newest designs and colorings. ,T
reason. of appreciation and couragement to commemorate the Regular $1.00 and $1.25-
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Their natures are sour; they revelin occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
saying unkind things about people. Jewelry? -
Perhaps every reader of this paper GROCERY DEPARTMENTAll

' has met one or more characters of DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe Day Saturday. Prices for Cash Only
this kind.
It is unfortunate that some anti- direct the attention of relatives and friends to 21 Ibs Granulated Sugar for .. ... ... ....... . . .$1.00
the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Condensed Soups-Campbell's and Reddy Maid-all varieties,
dote for the poison that is in their the dozen __.
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systems can not be found. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

They are a living menace to peace est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
and good will mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val. rd

The man who hates injures himself ues and assortment.A .
worse than the man at whom his visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
shafts of enmity are directed. obligation to buy.

.People soon learn his disposition.
They take his statements with plentyof i I Dickson-Ives Co.

salt because they know he can't d
be fair. j
Really it takes a right brave man
to be fair toward those for whom he
has formed a bitter dislike-

.And yet every man should be fair. DEPARTMENTAL STORE
To do good to those who spitefullyuse

you is a difficult job, but it has
its reward. T.H.vanstheJewelcrOPPOSITE

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THE 'TUNERORLANDO Not since the night on which the \ | ROBINSON 4 STARKEr, Managers a*

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"Princess Bonnie" was given by local blllMBUYS --

talent, under the direction of Mr. and o 5 Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I
VIA II "bet It AtCommencement t b0"El
Mrs. Leslie Pell-Clarke, some fifteen | Admission 5 cents jTODAY'S
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was in town yesterday. treat in opera as was "The Mikado," Cj)(J D(J Diu

the comic opera by Gilbert and Sulli- AND SELLS PROGRAM .... .. .
:Mr. W. T. Champneys, of Apopka,
was in Orlando yesterday.Mr. van, presented last evening at the I Victor. "Back to Life." Another
Lucerne theater by the MendelssohnClub REAL ESTATE great two reel feature drama. El
F. M. Dimmitt, of Tampa, is We
of have been
under the leadership Forrest most fortunate in this Time
business in Orlando to- week's
transacting
Dabney Carr. run of. films. Kerrigan, the

From the time the curtain was peoples favorite movie actor, has
day.Dr. been on the screen several Is Here
times.
To- V
Cecil Butt came down from raised to the end of the last act the 600 acres south of Winter day he plays the part of Jim in an-

Sanford last night to make a short performance was one of greatest en- Garden and {west of other great drama. Jim, a victim of

visit joyment to the audience, and too destiny, is shunned by his fellows in Want a present for that one
Gotha, including 10 acre the: mining campHe revolts
Mr. returned last much not be said in of shoots,
praise
George Jump can
and who ? You
escapes to the mountains. He is graduates can getit
night from Daytona, where he had those whose ambition and enterprisemade orange grove. The en- found by a neglected gambler's wife. D

been on business.Mr. the presentation possible.The tire tract covered with How life may be begun anew is vividly at our store without any

portrayed by the great actor. trouble and but little
W. H. Drew, a prominent Tam- costuming was perfect, and the yellow pine timber. Two Powers. "My Mother's Irish Shawl." ex

pa contractor, is a business visitor to "merry maids of Japan," with the A drama with Edwin August. In or- pense.
miles of lake shore.
Orlando today. men in their gay-hued garments madea der to secure some Irish shawls for

fetching picture against the his customers La Caix to ire-
Mr. F. M. is representing very 423imimiMIIMIHMillHIM goes o D
O'Bynne land and steals them.
artistic stage setting. A bamboo Terry and his Every Graduate
Gainesville in Orlando today on a : mother follow him to Paris. The
pergoda, twined with vines and wis-
short business trip. valuable shawls are recovered in an
taria, filled the ,rear of the stage, and odd manner and Terry's mother is
"Pop" Wallace, of the Loughman made happy.Lillian should have something now,
festooned from this to the three large
semi-professional baseball team, was Japanese umbrellas suspended over- WESCOTT-BUCHANAN dinner tann was the winner of the that they can keep for years,
in the city yesttrday.Mr. set. The lucky number was
head were garlands of wistaria, and On Thursday evening next, at the 1790. Save your coupons, as thereare to remind them of friends
J. E. Phipps, of Tampa, is prettily tinted lanterns which cast a eleven more sets to be given
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. loved ones and the happiest
among the prominent transportationmen glow the beautifulscene. away-
rosy over quaintly
Wescott Rock Lake Miss Elife
spending today in the city. on days of their life.
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Josephine Wescott will be married to
Mr.H. C. Duncan, clerk of the circuit The part of Yum Yum" was FELLS-VAN AGNEW
Mr. Thomas Frank Buchanan, of
court of Lake county, spent sev- charmingly taken by Mrs. Carr, and,
Eastman, Ga. Rev. Father Fox will
eral hours in Orlando yesterday.Mr. as always, her sweet, clear tones and perform the ceremony. Miss Elife is A pleasing surprise which comes Allen & Co

artistic delighted her hearers. to us this week is the ,
H. 0. Adams was in town yes- ability the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. announcementof

terday representing the BentleyGrayDry She, with Mrs. James Magruder, as Wescott and very popular among her the engagement of Miss Marian Jewelers
"Pitti Sing and Mrs. James Laughlin Fell to P. A. Vans
Goods company, of Tampa.Mr. friends. She was given a shower Agnew, of Kis-

Abram Bassford, who has spent III., as "Peep-Bo," were the at- Thursday evening at Kooter Kove simmee. .

the winter at No. 14 Amelia avenue, tractive "three little maids." Mrs. Kottage, the attractive little bunga- Miss Fell is the daughter of E. Prompt Repairing.

left yesterday for Washington, D. C. Magruder scored again in the favorof low of Miss Elizabeth O'Brien, on Nelson Fell, president of the Fells- Everything Guaranteed.
Orlando music lovers, both her
Dr. and Mrs. Herlong returned to> Rock lake. There will be no invita- mere Farms company, and a young

't their home in Jacksonville yesterday, singing and acting being most pleasing tions issued for the wedding and it. lady of peculiar attractiveness and of

after attending the medical c.>nven- during the entire evening.The will be a quiet home affair, owing to high intellectual ability. She is

tion. dancing by the chorus and the illness of Miss Wescott's grand- claimed as'a daughter of Fellsmere,

principals was particularly pretty, father, Mr. L Wescott, on Lake although her home for several years
Mrs. Cecil Butt and Mrs. A. B. [6" .dI
Wallace, of Sanford, are guests of and Mrs.showed the. skilled directorshipof Ivanhoe. has been in Warrenton, Va. She is a .CO. "r
Laughlin.It
much appreciated
patroness of the

Mrs. Earl Gore, on West Church would be difficult to imagine Fellsmere Library association .......... . :. . . . . . . . . .
street MISS MARGARET HART HOSTESS and . . . . . . . ..
Miss Eliza Wright as an unloved old her interest has been substantially
Mr. J. H. Lumerman arrived in Or- FOR NULLOS CLUB
maid, but her impersonation of "Kit- I
lando yesterday from La Porte, Iowa, isha," the elderly lady vainly in love manifested by the donation of many
books and her
and'expects to spend several days in with "Nanki Poo," who has suc- Miss Margaret Hart entertainedthe library by munificent gift of a PICNIC l LUNCHES L [ :
this section- members of the Nullos club withan building to be erected this
cumbed to the graces of "Yum Yum, season on the lots recently donatedby
added table of guests most prettily .
Miss Emma Hainer returned yes- was perfect. the Fellsmere
afternoon. Farms company.P. .
terday from Atlanta, where she wentto The role of "Nanki-Poo," the son of yesterday Duplicate bridgewas
played, and the dainty prizes won A. Vans Agnew is an eminent j Can be made quickly if you use
hear grand opera and attend theShriners' the "Mikado, was taken by Mr. Don- .
by Mrs. LeRoy Giles and Mrs. Walter attorney of Kissimmee and long time
ald whose ardent of
convention.Rev.
Cheney, wooing
Brittain, the guest prize being presented friend of the Fells. He has been for Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex :
"Yum Yum" called forth much
Dr. Wray has to Suther- applause -
gone to Mis. T. A- Neal of San some time a director in the Fells-
,
land, Fla., to spend a week. He will and the two responded to Farms Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese, .
ford. mere company, and its valued
several encores to their duet in the
preach Sutherland the institute.baccalaureate sermon fort first act- In attendance were Mesdames Neal, legal adviser. His interest in Fells- Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles; bulk, bot. '

Dean Clifford Fuller, J. M. Thayer, mere is active and valuable in many
,.
The Lord High Executioner of Tit tie
or cans, Southern Cross Sardines.No .
Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson went to Pine ;
ipu was none other than Judge Che- W. M. Brittain, L B. Giles, C. B. ways.

Castle yesterday morning to conduct ney, who kept all in a roar of laughter Robinson, Merle and Sylvan McElroy, The hearty congratulations of Fells- fake about our ads. We sell what we advertise.
the funeral services of the infant
daughter of Mr. Tyner. by his original and witty interpre- Dozier, Antwerp, Harriet and DeWitt mere people is extended to the distinguished -. .

tation of "Ko-Ko." Miller. couple.-Fellsmere Tri-
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Foran, who bune. .
The Lord High of Everything Else,
have been spending some time at the ROBERT DAVIS GIVES A BIRTH- '
"Pooh-Bah was the character excellently This announcement will be of peculiar -
Lucerne hotel, left yesterday after- THE SANITARY GROCERY
taken by Mr. George Philips, DAY PARTY interest to the many in Orlando

noon for New York city. while Mr. Frank Guernsey, as "Pish- who know Mr. Vans Agnew. He has

Mrs) D. H. Laney left yesterday for Tish," was splendid.Mr. Mr. Robert Davis, son of Mr. and been identified with the business and CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

her home in Tampa, after spendingthe Cestia Lawton was splendid as Mrs. E. W. Davis, celebrated his six- political activities of Florida for
week at the Lucerne with teenth his excellent intellectual 200 6 & 8 E Pine Street
past the "Mikado, and the "UmbrellaMan birthday by inviting forty of many years,

her cousin, Mrs. Irving Dunn. ," who shaded his pathway, was his friends to join in a merry frolic attainments and his attractive social

Saying mean things about a personas Mr. Wilber Tilden, who carried out last evening, and a happier crowd of qualities gaining him hosts of admirers -

a rule never hurts the one at whom the burlesque in a highly amusing young people than those who assem- and friends. The announcementof CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

the'thrust is mfc. Matters of Xhfe' m t\Mt. bled at the Davis home would be hard .' the forthcoming happy event.will J FUNERAL DESIGNS

nature always adjust themselves.Mrs. The principals were well supportedby to find. After a number of games be the signal for congratulations to

Marie Dallas, sister of Mrs. the chorus, whose work was well played on the lawn, the party gath- be showered upon him. UMUljlitllliimiMMIHMIMMtMIMMMMiiiimWhite

Walter P. Wescott, will arrive next balanced and pleasing. ered in the dining room, which was

weke from Washington, D. C., to attend Miss Roberta Branch was at the very attractive with its decorationsof BUT LITTLE LACKING FOR THE OWNERS OF ORANGE GROVES

the wedding of Miss Elife Wes- piano, and it is needless to add that pink and white roses, and ferns, ORLANDO-INDIAN RIVER ROAD Star Market -

the accompaniments were perfectly and were served to delicious cream, DUREN & COMPANY, Proprietors We are prepared to do spraying of

cott.Miss Abbie M. Jones, one of the played. cake and punch by Mrs. Davis, aided But a small amount is lacking to groves in this vicinity. Call and see

popular teachers of the Cathedral Those in the chorus were: I by Mrs. Rambo.FUNERAL make up the full five hundred dollars S o us. J. SCHNAAR & CO.,
I'i
school, left yesterday for her home in Misses Sue Magruder, Johnnie i pledged by the Orlando Board of 5-9-d&w-6-l Orlando, Fla.

Foran, who have been spending some Smith, Marguerite Robertson, Han- OF LITTLE ERSHALL Trade for the Orlando-Indian river

'Ohio. nah Peters, Claire Robinson, Thelma TYNER highway. The committee composedof
Delaware, Sleeping out of doors will again bea
Hammond, Jennie Baas, Lucy Lee Messrs. Charles Lord, C. D. Christ '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hammond drove popular fad this summer The
Walton, Mary Holt, Vida :Miller, I Little Ershall Tyner, the twenty- and J. H. Reese will be pleased to receipt -
over to Orlando yesterday in Mr.Hammond's more difficulty people have in sleep-
Guilda Happersett, Sarah Slemons, 'two months child of Mr. and Mrs. for additional amounts until the
car, accompanying Mrs. ing well out in the yard, the more
I Lillian Estes, Alta Wright, Ella Spell- : Tyner, of Pine Castle, was buried in stated sum is raised, and this shouldbe .
f will think is
Ora Thrower that far on her way to 1A beneficial they it to their
man, Mary Branham, Raie Harris. the city yesterday morning. The done in advance of the Board of 1LI '
her home in Tampa.-New Smyrna h14 : health.IMMtlilltttlHItltmM.
.
News. Mesdames Joseph Cheney, Doug- services were conducted from the Trade meeting Monday night The I

lass Ellerbe, Ralph Yearby, Emma home by Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson, of list stands as follows: %F4"r
Effective 15 J. R. Peebles has
May Reitmayer, Randolph Cobb, James ,this city. Previously acknowledged ____$360.00J.

been appointed general manager of Burden. L Guernsey _____________ 1000

the Tavares & Gulf, with office at Messrs. Wilber Tilden, Hoyt Taylor, FUNERAL OF T. BARLOW Massey &: Warlow __________ 10.00M. ii SACRIFICE SALE

Tavares, vice C. A. Carpenter, resigned Ralph Yearby, James Burden, Frank 0. Overstreet ___________ 10.00 WOMEN ARE SURPRISED FORD RUNABOUTA
service with the
to accept Sea- Williams, Harry Voorhies, Joe Wood- Funeral services over the remainsof Miss Elise Harris __________ .02

board.-Tavares Herald. nick, James Magruder, Frank Smith, Mr. T. H. Barlow will be held from J. A. Knox _________________ 5.00 : on their first visit at the extreme i
brand runabout fori'
Cards have been issued which read: Jenkins Dolive, Douglass Ellerbe, Joe the residence, 104 Gould street, this Mrs., Caldwell ______________ -5.00 I cleanliness of this market new

"Rev. and Mrs. R- P. Cobb invite you Cheney, J. P. Holbrook.The morning at 10 o'clock. The inter- J. L. Giles _________________ 20.00 for it :is not just ordi- sale at a sacrifice. Come and

4 to a dance to be given to the senior success of the performancewas ment will be at the city cemetery.The narily clean, but immaculately see it.

class of the Cathedral school in Cluett due largely to Forrest Dabney services will be conducted by 42002
That fact lot
Hall Saturday evening, May twenty- Carr, musical director; Mrs. James Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson, of the Baptist so. means a

third, nineteen fourteen, eight-thirty Laughlin III., and John M. Cheney, church. ALL NEXT WEEK to a woman who likes to COOK AUTOMOBILE CO.

o'clock." stage directors, assisted by Wi'l know that what she eats is 5-12-3t

Branch*and R. A. McIntosh. Mr. R. 0. Compton, of Pine Castle) play The at Glendevere the Lucerne Tango theater company all next will free from any kind of pollu .11111.1.111.,1111..1.' ,

A petition is making' the rounds So warmly was the "Mikado" received was among the out of town people week in connection with the usual tion. A visit to this meat

among the business men to inaugurate that Mr. Carr announced thatit who came in to see the "Mikado. Mr. good picture program. Miss Leslie market will satisfy the [most i.II.llllllllt..I.I.r. .

the Thursday half holiday, be- would be repeated this evening at Compton is doing a lot 'of work at Glendevere and Mr. Burt Bucher will fastidious.

ginning with the first Thursday in the Lucerne for the benefit of those his grove on the Pine Castle road, open the the first night's engagementwith Shoe Repairingby
Inspiration tango, and each Phone 23
June. who were unable to secure seats. cutting out many of his old trees and night will introduce the different new 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

budding the Lue Gim Gong orange steps. Mr. Bucher is also a concert PARCEL POSTMen's

TODAY WILL BE A BIG $1.00 BAPTIST CONGREGATION GIVEN and setting other acreage to late Va- pianist J. Frank Glendon, the operatic .
basso, is traveling with them WOOD, COAL AND ICE
DAY
SHOE CHARTER lencias. He has visited the old Chi-
and
will each
sing evening. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc
naman who propagated the Lue Gun
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-3l-tf Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's
Over 1,000 pairs of shoes nave been Judge James W. Perkins has granted Gong orange and for whom it is Have you fixed up that Sunday I I
f
sold at,the Duckworth old stand since charter to Messrs. W- E. Stevenson named; and thinks it a wonderful want ad. for the Morning Sentinel? 1 Sentinel want ads. are money get- Half/ Soles, SOc to 750
Soles l.oo
Hand Turned $
the big $1.00 sale begins Wednesday W. M. Davis, Robert L. Bunch, fruit Better do it now. It will pay you. ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY. Heels
Repaired, 250
morning, and there are about 4,000 George W. Phillips and others repre-

yet to go the same way. It is a case senting the Baptist congregation.Some Next ,Sunday, May 17th, at four Read the Morning Sentinel Price All work returned in 24 hours.
remittance
oi "my shoes and your shoes most go: time soon there will be a meet- :o'docV in the Grand theater, JSiss 1& cents a )n L \ Orders tnrntc without c.
to make room for our shoes. A big I ing to formally accept the charter, 'Julia Brown Reed, former teacher of return postage.

E day is anticipated today, Saturday, as and 'perfect an organization.Eat expression at Rollins, will read "In Eat what you want
the stock will be "freshened from all want DR. J. C .HOWELL
up" the Vanguard. There will be a sil- Eat you

Al the "other side." Wickert's, Zeigler's what you want. ver offering for the benefit of the Or- Take a postscript and forget it. Hoars, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo A. Hanson t.
all
and Reed's to select from. Former Eat all you want lando Peace Society. For sale by druggists. extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine

prices, $3.50 to $5.00; now $1.00 takes For Take sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it l7d&w.lyrSubscribe Telephone connections ORLANDO StreetftORFDA .

t1.t your choice. It l-7-d&w-lyr: i Job printing at the Sentinel 1 for the SentineL Office eor. Orange and Central Awa. niiimmii 1 t it 111M"'..1w



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W'S THE[ fiME fOR PEOPLE'S WANTS


"Sis, gimme some o' that candy o'
EVERYBODY[ TO WRIT[ yours?" MUNNIMAKERSNotices How

"Noy Bobbie, I won't. That's my i-
of Lost. Wanted, For Sale For
Y' Hon. Claude L'Engle Requests Patrons best candy, and it was given to me, Sent, etc. for this column 2ac for one day
of it." &9c for three days or '1.00 for one week for
3 to Write Him in Referenceto and you shan't have a bite 2!5 words or less. Money must accompany
Appointment "If you don't gimme some I'll tell the; advertisements far this column, as no Would You
insertions will be made on credit
k on you.

Washington, D. C., Hay 12, 1914. "What do you mean? What have FOR SALE

The commission of the present post you got to tell on me, silly boy?" Narsery stock, one, two, three and

Orlando "That Mr. Humber, that motherdon't four year old buds; Foster Early, Better Yourself?
master at expires on June 13, Pineapple, Jaya, Homosassa, Wash
1914, and in order that there may be like, called on you last night, ington Navel Address Mrs. M. Kahla

no delay in naming his Democratic didn't he? An' you sat in the den, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf

it will be for where there's only two chairs, didn't
successor necessary me you? Well, I put a hunk of chewinggum FOR SALE-Cull tomatoes, $1.00 per If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
to make a suggestion of some one for
J- crate, f. o- b. Good for canning and
b this appointment about ten days prior on one of the chairs, and it's chow-chow. Address Partin Bros., we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

' to that date. there yet this morning. Do I get a Wagner, Fla. 5146tFOR superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
piece of candy? Thanks, sis.-
, I have expected to visit Orlando
during the campaign and personally Cleveland Plain Dealer.. SALE-Mitchell roadster; rarebargain are all right, then why not put us to the test.
recently
; completely overhauled -
: consult the patrons and progressive and made good as new in every

Democrats in regard to their desiresin POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS part;; guaranteed first class condition -

reference to this appointment :My ; must be sold at once, even at This Way
FOR REPRESENTATIVE sacrifice. Come, or address, White
opposition is so weak that I do not
Rock Farm
Poultry Leesburg, Fla.
deem it necessary to make a cam- I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative 4-23-tf
from Orange county subject to
paign, and congress still being in ses the action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to beheld FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadsterat Your doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your
sion and the attack of rheu-
severe J. H. REESE.FOR a bargain. Am returning North. case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.
matism from which I have been suffering Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize

still having sufficient grip on REPRESENTATIVEI tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
demountable rims. 0. L. Gooden,
me to prevent my walking a great hereby announce my candidacy for Representative Orlando, Fla. 571wFOR saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
from Orange county subject to
deal without pain I have decided to
the action of the Democratic primary, to be
7 remain here attending to my duties heJ S. S. GRIFFIN. automobile in good condition. If
and allow friends to conduct ,
my irterested, call at 706 East Church NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT
whatever campaign is necessary in FOR REPRESENTATIVEI street. 5-14-16-17

my behalf. hereby announce myself a candidate for
This statement is necessary be- Representative fr..m Orange county for the FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Alabama
next session of the Florida Legislature, sub But we know this if prescription had been filled
; cause I have written that I would ject to the Democratic primary to be held hound. Address I. Turner, ; your at this drug store, drugs

probably visit Orlando before June June 2nd. C. P. DICKINSON.FOR Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just

1st, and that I would then take up FOR SALE-Instantaneous hot water doctor wrote it.Don't
as your .
REPRESENTATIVEYielding heater for bath
room; bargain price.
the of
matter an appointment to succeed -
Can be seen at 411 South Main street
to what appears to be the desire
:Mr. O'NealNow that I find I 5-13-3t
of leading citizens in almost every precinct
r that I can not personally consult and of Orange county that one of the can

kr obtain the wishes of the Democratic didates the primary to be nominated election of for June Representativein 2nd should WISH TO PURCHASE property i in Forget

patrons of the Orlando office, this is be from the country precincts, I hereby announce or near Orlando or Winter Park on
myself a monthly payments. Small house.
to invite letters from all the candidate.A..
patronsof B. NEWTON.
Any size plot from few lots to fiveor

the office expressing their choiceof FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC ten acres. Address Henry Slater,
the various applicants. I will appreciate INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 Lake Pickett, Fla. 5-13-2t That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

expressions from as many as I hereby announce myself a candidate for be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
_i feel an interest in not only securinga election as a Member of the County Board of WANTED man of 55, able to care
competent and efficient postmaster Public County Instruction Florida. from District No. 2, Orange I for stock and do other work, desiresa and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Deliv
but in seeing this office held by a "' M. M. SMITH. ery, city. 5-14-lw -it chan es this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

deserving Democrat of the progressive MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I LOST-Glasses double lense hook these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
; ;
type.I I hereby announce myself u a candidate
may not be able to acknowledge for re-election to the office of Member of'. over the ear; gold frame; lady's. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
Board of Public Instruction, Orange County Return to 412 South Main, or this
receipt of all endorsements of the hem District No. 8, subject to the C9II1inrprimafJ. office, and receive reward. -!3.3t
.
Very respectfully
i various candidates, but every letter WM. EDWARDS. -

; will be carefully considered and I Z.Ilw.od, Fla. LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh
about 35 pounds each; names"Sandy"
promise you that with all the light FOR SUPERVISOR Of REGISTRATION and "Michael. Reward.E. .

I before me I will endeavor to give I hereby announce myself as a candidate Beeman. 5-12-tf
you
for re-electi to the offiee of Supervisor of DeLaney & Abernethy
the best postmaster possible and at Registration for Orange County subject to
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd LOST-Pink cameo brooch. Returnto
the same time reward some worthy 1914. Sentinel office. Mrs. Grover]
Democrat who appears to be favored FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR Huppel.

\ by the most patrons of the office. SHERIFFI Next Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida.Dr. .
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor WANTED-Four five cottage
or room
Do not send because I
petitions .
of subject to the
Sheriff Orange County close to business part of city.
h Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. .
find that quite often individuals will
FRANK GORDON. State location and rent desired by

fi sign one petition and then sign an FOR SHERIFF month or year. Address, Mr. Pippin,

other and I therefore care Sentinel office. 5-15-3t
opposing, givepetitions YOUR
'k I announce myself as a candidate for the BuckmasterOsteopathic WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES PRINTING
o mucH less considerationthan office: of Sheriff of Orange County Florida I .
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a WANTED-By man and wife, a placein AND DO ALL KINDS OF
individual letters in which pref native of Orange count). In asking the votes I city or country, to take care of Look through your desk and see if
erences can be freely expressed. of ray fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge during the summer, for the rent. Ad- OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
the duties of the office without fearor dress, "Scott," care Sentinel office. Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
: Very truly yours, favor to any man for the upholding of thaws
l and the preservation ef peace and good 5-15-3t at 24 and we will call, get your
CLAUDE L'ENGLE.A order in the county. 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING at the lowest price consistent with

car of tomatoes shipped to New WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR your orange grove, or other real Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold, best attention. Sentinel Court street.
,
; York on the 2nd inst. brought to J. COUNTY BOARD, DISTRICT OF PUBLIC NO. 3 INSTRUCTION Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine up-stairs. Acute and chronic -

R. Davis, the trucking king of Florida street after June 1st. 515lwFOR diseases treatedTelephone
Write F. F. Dutton Sanford Fla.
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor ,
$1,102.50. Another car was the office of Member of the County DR. L H. RAMSDELL for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
shipped a few days later but the price Board of Public Instruction, from School RENT 578. Pepper Crates. 4-29m
Board District Ne. 3, subject to the actionof
received has not yet been learned. the Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. OPTOMETRIST

Mr. Davis has probably the largest If elected I will give thoughtful attention to FOR RENT-House, close in to business (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
the educational interests of the county and section. Partly furnished. 19 Up to date painting, papering, etc., 12-5-tf. '
truck farm under irrigation in the faithful service. Gould street. 5-13-3t is the kind you want Where to get Repair Shop.

state; 180 acres, 140 of which is tile C. H. GALLOWAY. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO FLORIDAPut
-
drained and more than 100 has the FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC FOR RENT-Two suites of i Entrican. 1-20-tf If you want your bicycle fixed in
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 rooms money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Warman's Repair
Skinner system of overhead irriga for light housekeeping. $12.50 per Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf a 12'5-tf-
I in the Sentinel.
! tion. He raises. from three to five I hereby announce myself as candidate for suite per month. Apply 307 East tising Shop.
the office of Member of the County Board of Pine. 5.i4.et
crops per year from the same land Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo.

and a recent published statement over primary 2, subject June to 2nd the 1914.action of If the elected Democratic I will FOR RENT-Two office spaces in IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\!\\\\\\ 1'tt'Irs \'

his signature gave the informationthat give due attention to the work of the office our store at No. 9 W. Church street.

Skinner from system the of 100 overhead acres under irrigationhe the and interests endeavor of the to county.be (air J.to B.all REDDITT.the school I I Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce TIMES TO TAKE[ UP THE[ H HOUSE[


netted $50,000 last year.-Bartow FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-

Note in Times-Union. I am a candidate for the office of County ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
Commissioner of Orange county from 4-26-tf

FARMERS' CO.OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION people District here to 2.the a It number best elected of I of my promise years ability I to having am serve qualified the resided The Keystone has been thoroughly I ,


*, J i '.0 FERTILIZATION-WORK CORN the people.to know the needs Respectfully A.of C.the STARBIRD section and to cleaned chicken the public dinner and renovated will Saturday be and, May will 9.open A!! f FURNISHING R I I O QUESTION[ I IN REAL[ l r


served Sunday.Mrs. .
The amount of fertilizer that can i Apopka Fla.
be used economically on a crop of Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf
FOR COMMISSIONER
; 'corn will depend largely on how the
J hereby announce n-yrelf a candidate forrMlection EAR EST
land has been prepared. If the land as Commissioner from District No.
has been well plowed so that there is 3. Orange county Florida subject to the MISCELLANEOUS
a depth of soil, not only can a larger action ef the Democratic primary to be held -

quantity of fertilizer be applied with June Zed, 1914. J. L. DILLARD. OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

profit but a larger yield of corn can Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof added
delight it is select from them and
; a pleasure to an
be expected. On well prepared land, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- ,

plowed six to eight inches deep, fro I hereby County announce Commissioner myself, Orange M a candidatefor County son. Your patronage solicited. S. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
400 to 800 pounds of fertilizer Belch
per District Four subject to the actioa of the proprietor. 5-3-lm ble in
acre can be applied with profit. Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will every sense of the word.
s Corn requires from 120 to 150 daysto greatly appreciate your support PROPERTY in the vicinity of New

mature. On account of the lengthof Yours C. J.truly SWEET. York city, with residence, to ex- "tMlllllllilllltlMIIMIllttlHiittlMtliilMlllimillMIIM .

the growing season one can use or Pine Cantle Fla. change for Orlando property on cash
'
ganic material to a considerable extent valuation. J. M., 307 West street, | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
> for supplying ammonia. There FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w
x seems to be little advantage in usingone I announce myself as a candidate for reelection
form of fertilizer rather than another to the office of Ceiaty Coomusioa- Spray material, insecticides and \ to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
er. Orange County District Five, subject
for what corn wants is a large to the decision of the Democratic primary, fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San- \ clubs other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
or
amount constantly on hand. June, lad 1911 ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit- any
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Fertilizer formula: Respectfully.E. erature. 4291m.

Ammonia _________3 cent. L. BROWN \ feature to you
------- per Ft. Christmas, Fla. We insure life
and
K loan
your
Phosphoric acid you
____5 cent
------ per
Potash ------------______4 per cent FOR TAX ASSESSOR money on real estate at 6 per cent IMIIIIIIIIMitlilMIMMMMXtMeilMMMMIIMIIililHHililKincaid
Ingredients needed to make ea ton I hereby announce my candidacy for the I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co,
of the formula: office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject : Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
to the action of the Demotraite :
primary
3-25-d&wtf
Dried blood -..____3501bs.or
--------- called for Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and
Cottonseed meal 71-2 pct800lbs. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
Acid phosphate, 16 pet____660 Ibs. ARTHUR BUTT. SEED! SEED! SEED!

Muriate of potash --______160 Ibs.or FOR COMMISSIONER Garden and field seed. DeLaney &: I & Snowden

Kainit --------------____660 Ibs. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Abernethy druggists. 3-13-tf
Ten days before the corn is planonehalf tied re-eltction as County Commissioner from
of the fertilizer be District No. 1 of Orange county subject to T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone '
may apphed
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Year:
broadcast and worked in witha support will be greatly appreciated. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf
harrow. A second application M. OVERSTREET..
should ,be applied about the time the Furniture of Character
.
p} corn is knee high with the distributer FOR COUNTY TREASURES Buy your garden seed from DeLaney
I hereby announce myself a candidate for & Abernethy. Just received
between the rows. Just before the Treasurer of Orange Count, subject to the a -
;u corn tassels an application of 100 to Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Prices

s 200 pounds ner acre of nitrate of soda J. H. TUCKER. at Popular ....MM

is often advisable. FOR TAX COLLECTOR Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., .
e I hereby aaaoonce myself as a candidate for prices on Tomato Egg Plant and

..y Keep up with the times in whichwe for Orange reelection Count to ,the subject office to of the Tax Democratic Collectorof Pepper Crates. 4-29m : i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ;
primary to be held
live. You can do so for 10 centsa June 2nd 1914.
elected I pledge to you my faithful n ervue If your paper is not delivered 1
week by reading the Sex as I have endeavored to give in the
Morning ". K. N 'rrIN.pastw I I promptly, don't fail to notify the. office I tip. mimmmU: : : : ::::





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TEACHERS[ [ IN JUNE[ GROVE I IOf
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State Superintendent Sheats Sends I II -
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Out Letter to County Superintendents I : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
I Ten acres on beautiful lake
to Be Careful
I two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS

Tallahassee, Fla., May .-Hon.
court house in the fastest growing FISH AND GAME
W. N. Sheats, state superintendent of
public instruction, has just given out ill jI j j'I section of Orange County,
( Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the following rigid statement to coun- h2e1vJ: ; I Seven hundred orange and grape

ty superintendents and others with fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
reference to the June teachers' examination -
: Give announcement of the 19UID Pij;; I full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
?
regular June examination. Write the L big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.! We have
state superintendent's office at once,
getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
stating whether a perfectly fair and

honest examination, both as to its Present crop on trees indicate

conduct and the grading of the pa- \ 1EJ / two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
pers, can be had in your county if the ........
questions are printed and distributed, $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on

as heretofore. If it can, file an order t ) terms. I
< H. M. Self & Co.
for the number of sets of questionsfor 111111 [WHITE

in'your each county.If grade. for each race needed WARREN PAINT COLOR CO. Cooper & Atha I I' : PINE STREET

&
you have any fears that the
questions will leak in some unaccount- CHICAGO NASHVILLE 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor! Phone No. 80 '

able way, as often heretofore, say as
I
Phone No. 311 HMMIMIIIIiHIIIillimilllliilMIIIHillMMIMMIIIIIIMMI
much and two sets of questions for
,.,
each will be mailed the ---- ------ -. -
race ,to county =- .::.- -:. --= .-::::- = =
superintendent, who will see that the A. L. BECK LUMBER CV' I

questions are properly transcribedupon
blackboards. Let each one report Kiln Dried Lumber and 'Building Material

whether suitable blackboardscan flmnmmmmmmm 1"11"1"1"1 1 MMMMMMMMMMMM .

be provided.Let Phone 451 Orlando Fla.BUFFALO .
,
all see to it that the next ex-
amination is conducted in such man- 1111111111111111

ner throughout that actual fraud will

be so patent and whispers of fraud
Make Pleasure
will not be justifiable, as they were j Fdre322 Cooking a
after the last June examination. a
Appoint proper persons on grading DAILY BETWEEN
committees. Their work is subject \9 : WITH A t

i to review, and it is now solemnly (LEVELAND ,
that if such collusionson
promised any
the part of any grading commit- Q.AS RA. QE

tees to perpetuate fraud is discovered, ,
as was clearly shown in the examina- I s ;

tion last year, all such members of Clean Economical Convenient
-
grading committees may look forwardto THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" ; ; :

having their certificates revoked. LwgtB 500 fort breadth 98 feet,6 inches;510 lUtrroom sod parlors aecomaoJiUng 1JOO prampi .
*. Greater to eeet-larger in ill proportion-richer in all appointment!-thin any Manner oaIIlIIIi
Let every county superintendent atm of the world; In icrvice June 15th.
discourage persons flocking to his Magnificent Stamen"SEEANDBEE."City of Erie"and"Cry of Buffalo"
county to take the examination who Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar ht to D .ht j
should rightly take it In their home a Levee Buffalo ':00 P.)!. Lean Cleveland . ':00 P.It. l. | Orlando Water & Light Company
Arrive t7erelaod 7 JO A.M. ArmeBufl lo 7.30A.M.
county. It casts a suspicion upon the (Eutern Standard Time)
CenaectioM Cleveland foe Pot-ia-Bav.Toledo Detroit and iH point""fttaDd South...Railroad
conduct of the examination in i Gas DepartmentIMIMIIMillllMflMMMMIMMMMMMtM6
i any ticket reading betwee*BaflaU sad Cleveland are food for truuportaboa om oar teamen.
county when candidates for certifi- Auk row ticket agent fat ticket via C.&B.Line. Tnt o*for bandtwin illiutnted booklet free.
cates leave their own counties and THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, 0. .0
travel long distances to take the ex- .J 111111111111.1111 r I'J 11'11'11'11 11I1I1I111II1111111I t I.II.U III LI t
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amination in that county.

Let everything be.above suspicion.
and done decently and I
legally. ama
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TRIANGLE SOCIETY TO MEET INk -- --- f INew
k UNION SERVICEAt

DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONS
t the meeting of the executive
board of the Triangle society Sunday SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .

afternoon, which was held at the Bap.1 ___.
tist church, it was decided to have a', e

union service at the Methodist church I I Limited.Dbdt Dixie flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Goods Arriving DailyWe

Sunday night, June 7, at 6:15, instead T Orlando A. C. L..1:3hm 3:13pmr I T Orlando, .........M............. 3:13 pm
of Jacksonville. A. C. L... 6.45am 7.30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
l the regular young people's hour at v Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25pm v Jacksomille. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
that church. Mr. A. A. Patch was v Waycross. A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25 pm T Waycross. A. C. L. .............10:20pmr
r )Macon G. S. ft: F....... S:13pm 4:1 am Macon. G. S. ft: F. .............. 3:46amr
made director of the Triangle society r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 1:03pm 7:25am Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7rt2an A ,
I r Knoxville L. ft: N. .............12.1)pmr '" "
orchestra. This is be ..
expected to a r Chattanooga W. ft A. 1%:lhm 11:55 am
Corbin, L. &: N. ................ 3:16pm
splendid organization, as much talentis r Nashville N. C. ft St. L. 4:5 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. ft: N. .............. 9:00 pm I
............
to be found among the young folks Ar St. Louis. LC.ftL.ftN.: : %:50 pm 7:%0 am r Indianapolis a L. 1:50 am Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
sell
high grade
Ar Lexington L. &: N. ............ 6 30 pm
of
the three churches. Ar Hopkinmlle. L ft N........... 6;27 pm At Cincinanti. L. ft N ............. .8:50 pm
4' Ar Evansville, L. ft N..... 9:28am 9:%5 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft L ..........12-20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
COMMITTEE TO IEET Ar Terre Haute. C. ft: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. 4: L ....... 2:4i pm
s.V t jAr' Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............_. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towefc.
There will be a meeting of the
k grange County Democratic Execu- I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train composed of section drawing-
tive Committee at the court house in loom sleeping can, observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted I: Co. : .-2L .;jJ: Best place in the city to trade.
and between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, an dining ear
Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and i
'1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the t, ar between Jacksonville and St. Lou l. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
purpose of meeting the inspectors and DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
clerks appointed to conduct the primary i Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between
g election on June 2nd, and transacting ighted artment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and electlie First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand W. M. SLEMONS '
,any,other business,which may lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
'come before it. _
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SETH ORANGE AVENUEMODEL :
WOODRUFF, Chairman. }<>K TICKET PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary.. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depet Ticket Agent. 1r I
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Jconyot Attention uniform Courtesy Fisticuff Takes Place in the Outer

c7o Details J; ill Office Between Clerk and

Discharged DiplomatA


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special from Washington says: ':'..)):'.i : .o:
Jacob Conner, who was American consul

t THE STATE BANK OF at St. Petersburg until removedby
ORLANDO Secretary Bryan several weeks .mr

ago, called at the state department .
: : :
yesterday to find out just why he was' I
removed from a roll that afforded : .1'1 ; : '
pay :. '. ...... :.
;
'EXPERIENCE COUNTS IN MONEY MATTERS him $3,500 every twelve months. ;'. .0'. : : I...........:....
& : Mr. Conner was politely informed iT1IAT
that Tuesday was Mr. Bryan's busy

To bank here means that your affairs are day.Mr. .
Conner dropped into the state LAG
in the custody of an old, experienced financial
department about 9 o'clock this morning -
t institution, established in 1893.It and took a seat in the ante-room *: stands for the protection of life
has been in which adjoins the office of the secre-
business here
continuously and
'TA1llhI
tary of state. H was told that he property of American Citizens
r since its organization. The officers and,directors would be ushered into the secretary's everywhere!

are men who know thoroughly the business presence when Mr. Bryan was at leis- and

needs and demands of our communitytheir ure.A girls' school, on a sight seeing Fil IJV! the same Government protects

knowledge and advice is yours for the trip, went in and shook hands with
: iiiiri their finances when entrusted to
asking. Ir. Bryan. A dozen department em-
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\ --- -- -- ployes stepped in and stepped out to this "National" flank, which
is
,-. .. -' again. '
Between each,visitation Mr. Conner : under Government supervisionMMMMMfMIMMMIIMiMIIMMMM ::.:

--- reminded Frank Bauskett, the '0. X :
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confidential clerk, that he would like .
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to see Mr. Bryan as soon as possibleand '' .. '
each time he made the suggestion "0. ... .'.'

he showed a trifle more irrita- ... \
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tion.A delegation of "original.Bryan o ':..'..
men" came and saw the secretary !
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and went their ways after chatting a J y .. .. ..

We Will Put the Reins !! few minutes, "' .. .. .. ', .' : : "" '.
Representative Hobson was usa ,
,
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Y s of Success in Your of ered the other in patience and congressmen went of away Mr. Conner followed taking* most Several suit.- 0 ; f $ }l) ; 0'


Then Mr. Conner overheard someone .. '. 1
Hands
say that Mr. Bryan was to takea .::... .. .....,. .... ., .. .
train within a few minutes' for : ". .:. '.' '. ';" ):: ::; :::: .:: 'i

r How? By furnishing you with ; ; Wilkesbarre speak tonight., where he was scheduledto ,

a perfect Fertilizer. let our representative i ; Then Mr. Conner demanded that he
be shown into the secretary's office a..a 'II'II" .
call on you. He will give you a i ; without further delay. Mr. Bauskett MIMMMMMMMMMMIM

formula that will make and mature politely informed him that Mr. Bryanwas
r too busy at that moment-he was
your fruitt signing a treaty with Salvador.Mr. .
Conner was reminded thatpeace The Grand Theatre

treaties are near and dear to
the heart of Mr. Bryan, and he could
not be disturbed while signing such a

T nt rn f rtm r Co.ORLANDO document COOLEST
According to one Harrop, an eye SPOT IN TOWN
J witness, Mr. Conner said to Mr. Baas h

Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA kett that he was telling an untruth.
Mr. Bauskett, who is a tall, angular

limHlimiillMMeMMMHHMIMIMIMMIHMII 3 man of diplomatic manner, politely Coming Tuesday May 19th that

_. ___ ._ __ ______ informed Mr. Conner that such Language great
could not be tolerated
in the
... ..... s. .
state
department.But $25,000 Prize Photo Play
t Mr. Conner persisted in his
statement and Mr. Bauskett was proceeding -
Hammond & Gore rapidly to the door to 1'

Eddie Savoy, a messenger, when two

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBALMERS.i blows mosphere were was passed surcharged and the with quiet bad at "THE PERILS OF PAULINE"The

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language. "Liar" and many words
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES that can not be printed percolated

COMPARE through the keyhole of the door that Fourth Episode. In two parts
protects Mr. Bryan from Unwelcome


I OUR FURNITUREWe visitors.Harrop, the eyewitness, said the

provide the quality of furniture that has long blows taken passed an expert so quicldy referee it would to decide han
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been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the which man struck first. J r tr
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. Mr. Conner had a very red spot
5 It wouldn't be'here were it otherwise. We can't make under one eye when he landed in the
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof corridor. Mr. Bauskett's nose blushed
this business, and that means much to any buyer. profusely as he hastened from
away
the building a few. moments later. Matinee 3:30: to 5:30: Night 7 to 10.

McNQLL & DAVIS BLOCK ,
j Work was started on Polk county'snew

Ckircfc SI. Orhijo, Eta. jail last week. The Courier-
8 Children 5c Adults lOc
eoralr J P Informant says it will be the most
modern jail in the South and one of
which the county may well be proudAll .

the steel work on the jail, including .111111111111111111..11.11111111.11.11111111..111.11.11... . lM'lltillllllillllltlillltttMtMltMMMttlMtlllHlH6HllittfM
the cells, will be white enameled,, ,
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the walls will be of white tile, absolutely
sanitary, and the floors will be VAPOR FOUND ON MARS .MMMHIIIMMMUHIIIIIIMMMIMMimmillttil

Reducing Sale From of cement. The building will be thoroughly

Tuesday, May 12th of stucco fireproof, with red, the tile outside roof. An will automatic be. estimated Water vapor at about on Mars-an one-third amount that of & Sprua! [ aiitt SuffimellI r rOur

execution trap, which will allow the atmosphere of the earth-is the
TOWednesday the hanging of four at one time!, latest discovery made by specto- I
will be built as a part of the edifice. grams taken at Lowell Observatory,
May 20thBest as announced yesterday by Dr. Per- new line for the Spring | ;
THE MIKADO WILL BE SHOWN cival Lowell from his Boston office. I and Summer season of 1914 is \ \

Values at Lowest Prices AGAIN TONIGHT AT THE The photographs were taken in February now complete. Never in the history \ \
LUCERNE
by Dr. V. M. Slipher and the of our business have we ,'. '.

The Mendelssohn Club has decided measurements have just been com- been able to show such a line of !.
MISSES IIllILTON & DUNN on account of the great success of pleted by Prof. Frank W. Very of
their performance of "The Mikado1 Westwood.Dr. new and timely goods for Easter
last night to give another perform. selling. Our line of Dress
ance tonight. This will enable those Lowell says: "Dr. Slipher has
Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Mill-
who could not come on account of the taken advantage of a new stain for
inclement weather to see this most his plates which produces greater I nery, Ready-to-Wear goods ana
Patterns beautiful production and at reduced notions is complete-the styles ,
sensitiveness in the of the
prices. The prices for tonight will be portions are varied enough to suit
fifty cents for reserved seats, twenty- spectrum to be examined, so that results : '
the taste of and the prices are in 1g" with
t"IIII. ', . .. . MiMMMMM five cents for general admission.This are definite ones. They indi every one of To *" the t
idea
ac
purchaser's
has also been done so that cate a difference in amount of water every economy.
those who have large families and do Easter trade we are going to sell our P* |
The Fort Meade Leader The not feel like paying the higher prices; I vapor in different parts of the plan the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to f'
says: The Windsor hotel in Jacksonvillewill : can see the best performance eve et's surface.
biggest deal consummated in :south bv the Mendelssohn cheaper than the regular prices.
close for the produced Club avery
summer next Monday "Prof. is satisfied that the
I Very
Florida in a long time was made last after breakfast to be reasonable prices. We will appreciate and be more than pleased 1 j
week by Lightsey-Parson Cattle company dinner opened for Surely this is an opportunity for equatorial portions of the planet are you our line if you will call on us.
Thanksgiving day During the every one, and a very large attendance very dry and that the polar precipi- J
and J. J.
Whidden' and'' G. W. summer this famous hostelry will be is expected.The tation is the source of the moisture.The .
!fann. They sold to :Robert 'Day of completely renovated and refurnishedand reserved seats will be on sale
in the
California and A. J. Adamson'of Can. in addition at Estes' drug store after nine o'clock melting springtime.shows j'H. i
ada the interior of the this morning, and at the box office of a considerable amount of vapor. It
38,000 acres of :ranch;1and
and
H. UNNfR New
work
building will
be
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f; being nearly $300,000. the hotel before it opens again. beautiful and will do them lots of "
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