The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. "\ Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.









Montana Senator Puts Matter Up to COAST
Oregon to Leave Mazatlan for
Secretary Advance on the Capital f NVOYS HAVE ARRlYm AI WASHINbmN

Senate Speech Will HE JEN DAYS TO RfflYACTIOX fSnS PHARMACY Y IS NEADpUA]IRS[ City of Mexico

WILL RECEIVE TWO-FIFTHS Washington, May 16.-The statement Mazatlan, May 16.-(Special.)- -
AND ORLANDO BANKS THREE- ATTORNEYS AT SIX Obregon declares that he'll begin to

FIFTHS OF THE FUNDS DERIVED deliberately approved the tolls exemption DAVIS & GILES IN THE O'CLOCK IN ORDER TO GET advance on Mexico City with 20,000 HMEDIATORS FonD-

plank of the Democratic men within a week. JUSTMEXT BETWEEN THEIR
FROM SALE platform, as a member of the sub- "Huerta will be dead before the OWN AND THIS COUNTRY
committee on resolutions which prepared end I of June," was Obregon's sinister

Yesterday's session concluded a the platform, was made in th RECEIVE SALARY THE CROSSINGs comment; when telling his plans for

busy and important week in the his senate today by Senator Walsh of the< final march to the dictator's capital Washington, May 16.-Spanish Ambassador

tory of the administration of !the Montana, secretary of the subcommittee Matters will be brought to a focuin i All aboard for Miami! Riano today received a dispatch
from the Mexican minister of
present board of county commissioners. the squabble between the school' The booster train of automobilesfrom Obregon expects to leave for Ma foreign affairs stating that vigorous

Senator Walsh declared that an board and the superintendent of pubic the inland metropolis of Floridato zatlan within a week. He says the
investigation of the disappearance of
At the conclusion of the session in open repudiation of a solemn covenant instruction next week, very likely, the metropolis of the lower East plans are to capture the city of Tepic, Orderly Samuel Parks immediately

the afternoon the commissionerswere by a political party would cause when the merits of the controversywill Coast will start tomorrow morning then advance on Guadalajara, whichis
would be made by the Huerta author
able to announce that- all to recoil from it with horror were be given judicial inquiry on the bright and early; it will be early i ifit if about half the distance between ities.
dispatch was in reply to a
They had sold the bond issue of it proposed by any other than the hearing of an alternative writ o isn't bright, because the start will Mazatlan and the capital. Obregon
note sent by Mr. Riano calling attention
$600,000 bearing five per cent. inter- president of the United States. mandamus which was granted by be made, rain or shine. The boostersare expects that by the time his armyreaches to the anxiety of the United

est, at par and accrued interest; the "For myself, its moral aspect assumes Judge Perkins yesterday requiring the being reminded that it may braining e Guadalajara Villa's troopswill States government as to Parks.

contracts had been settled, and thata no different hue because he superintendent to sign the salary warrants in Orlando and at the same be able to unite with him for the

division of the funds, derived from commends it," added the senator. of the unpaid teachers in the time be clear at Winter Park-so final advance against Mexico City- Secretary Bryan said he had received -

the sale of the bonds, between the As a substitute for the repeal bill grammar school or show cause why cheer up; it will clear up! no proof from the Brazilian

seven banks in the county had been Senator Walsh urged the adoption of he shouldn't Because of the time required to DYNAMITERS MUST SERVE envoy that Parks, who went through

agreed upon; that bids for the construction former President Taft's proposal to The alternative writ was granted cross the ferry between Sanford and THEIR TERMS the Mexican line in his uniform, was

of the brick road system submit the controversy to the su upon the petition of Miss Jennie DeLand some of the cars will leave as | executedIt is known, however, that

had been accepted, and that the work preme court. Baas, one of the unpaid teachers, early as 6 o'clock tomorrow morning, Chicago, May 16.-(Special.)-The the ministers as well as General Fun-
ston in Vera Cruz, have been told
repeatedly -
of construction would begin as soon The Montana senator took up at through her attorneys, Davis & Giles. and all are expected to have shaken United States circuit court of appeals

as necessary details had been con- length the Baltimore platform because The superintendent Dr. J. F. McKinnon Orlando dust by 8 o'clock. For this today entered order remanding twen that the young private had
met with a execution and
summated.No he said it had been intimated is given ten days in which to reason the general assembly will beat ty-four men convicted of dynamite summary
his body had been mutilated and
one will deny that it was a :that the tolls plank had been inserted d make reply to the writ, hearing upon DeLand. The boosters will take conspiracy back to the federal penitentiary

good week's work for the county com I surreptitiously. which will determine whether the order dinner at Daytona. at Leavenworth,Kansas. The destroyed. Neither, however, has

missioners, and for the county of Orange He said of the shall be been able to report to Washington
I Mr. Bryan and Senator court peremptory.If Every car will be provided with convicted men were ordered to report the Mexican federal commander's
account -
,6'Gorman were asked to put the platform the superintendent is able to sustain banners and every person with hats either to the United States marshalat of what
just Secretary
Nor, moreover, will any one deny in appropriate language and his action in refusing to sign the and ribbons; all boosters will be required Chicago or the warden of the penitentiary i declined happened.
Bryan to make
that this transaction places OrangeBounty that they invited Senator Pomerem salary checks by legal props which to wear a white hat and a ribbon !. not later than June 6. The] the text of the public

.' ahead of any other county in i and himself to assist. shall satisfy the court that he is well by which tokens he will be known i order practically affects only nineteenof representations made
by him to General Huerta
Florida in successful financing and "When the tolls plank was presented grounded in legal authority for refusing as a booster. These may be procured I the convicted men, as five of those I the through
Brazilian minister other than
.scope of enterprise in road building. ," said Senator Walsh, Ir. to sign, some other method at Estes' pharmacy. It is not too I I whose cases were affirmed returned | that they "were to

There are only two other countiesin Bryan expressed his approval but sail will have to be found to secure the late for others to join the party, and to the penitentiary voluntarily when say urgent.
Fiprida that have issued bonds and 1 it should be of teachers' salaries for I Parks is the American soldier who,
payment the
accompanied by another any who may wish to make an eleventh !I the United States supreme court denied
sold them in as great sum for such plank April and If the in full uniform, strayed into Huerta's
declaring against the admission May. on contrary, hour addition to this great holiday i. them a hearing on a writ of certiorari -
purposes, being D val and Hillsbor- of railroad-owned the court fails to sustain the :; lines while probably temporarily in-
ships to the canal. superintendent tour will register at Estes as'j and are now serving their 1
ough, anotafta are counties containing And so the platform reads in his contention he will be I sane. Some reports were Parks had
: soon as he can get his habits on and [ terms. The appeals of three other i
large titles and suburban interests 'We also'-note the also-'favor J compelled to sign the warrants, ande get there. I convicted d'namitersill be heard been summarily executed and others

that put them beyond the Orange legislation forbidding the use of t j I the teachers will receive their pay. No member of the next week. The dynamiting cases indicated that his body had been

county class for purposes of Panama canal by ships owned or controlled i. The petition for mandamus brought about the details of party the need rAll I I date back to 1905 when the brill ; burnedge

comparison. Orange county standsat by railroad carriers engaged I\ by Davis & Giles sets forth that the ry trip. i I and iron workers' union declared a The American demand uttered yes
the of the list and ahead of arrangements for gasoline, water, :! terday afternoon declared that unless
top in transportation competitive with petitioner, Miss Baas, has complied meals and have strike against the American Bridge .
I all the counties of Florida both in the canal.'" Ii with her contract and has taught five lodging been made by i information of the fate of Parks immediately
the committee in company over the "open shops" qu es
charge. Nor needany
priority of agitation and action. Or Senator Walsh said he had no hours a day. This is supported by an be tion. The dynamite warfare culminated was given the American
one in
his mind
ange county was the first to agitate temptation to from the trammels affidavit made by W. S. Coleman, uneasy about government would consider it "an unfriendly
escape supervising road conditions. )Ir. John in the blowing up of the Los
Cook, who .
and hold an election for a million of the platform the principal, that Miss Baashas 'I and hostile act. It was
upon puerile j elected Angeles Times building, killing twen
was of the
dollar bond issue for roads the first pilot party and drafted by President Wilson and Secretary
; suggestion that the plank contradicted taught the full five hours
was day
a and
captain of the tour has ; ty-three, in the conviction of the
election failed, but the one held last by another against subsidies. and has otherwise complied with her personally ,, McNamaras. Bryan and sent to the Brazilian -

fall for $600,000 carried by an overwhelming "Why, in that view, the canal itself contract: gone over the route, inspected it and I f"I minister in Mexico City, that he ,

majority. The successfulsale :, is a subsidy," he declared, "why did : Much interest is manifest in the knows every inch of the way. HelONUIIEN"1' explain to the Huerta government the
says the road is all right, and he w i j I TO COMMODOREf .
of the bonds when other counties we expend $400,000,000 to build it except matter and there is such sympathyfor j I strong feelings of the Washington officials -
be in the first If BARRY IS UNVEILED
car. member
have advertised issues and have to aid the shipping interests?" the school teachers that the hearing any i|i over the incident. .
') failed to secure even a.single bidder i will undoubtedly be well attended. the party has it in his mind to say : As the Parks case assumed threat-
things about the roads he is invited Washington, May 16.-(Special.)-
i ito
ening another
speaks eloquently for the credit of RECEIVERSHIP FOR GRAND ( Dr. McKinnon has been out of I proportions stumbling
say what he has in his mind to A monument to Commodore John Bar-
in the
and the excellent path of mediation
..Jhrlounty management THEATER DISSOLVED town during the week I was
U:" '!, of the commissioners. meeting of the trustees of attending Davidson a Captain Cook. If, on the other hand, ry, the father of the American navy, removed by the report that John Silli-

he has questions to ask, he will ask:] in Franklin park, was unveiled this
firm of Hoehler man the American vice-consul
The Cummings Upon hearing yesterday Judge college, North Carolina. over
1' Prudden. bankers of Toledo, 0., were James W. Perkins dissolved there them of Mr. Cook. I j'! afternoon by his great-great-graIr. nd- whose safety there had been grave
receivership Mr. John Cook, Mr. Gray Rush, l I niece, Miss Elsie Hepburn, of Phila- fears
the successful bidders. They we for the Grand theater and was on way from Saltilloto
represented in Orlando by Mr., A. J. Mr. Gray Rush who McLEA FOR POSTMASTERHaving Clark Robertson, Mr. Virgil Estes and: !' J delphia, in the presence of the pres- Mexico City.

r. was appointed Mr. J. P. Holbrook, who have had the''I ident and the entire membership of Further assurances of Silliman's
Spencf receiver
about a week ago upon the served the people of Orlando details of the 'both, houses of and
} ; preparations in hand, congress a vast safety received
Tho e contractors whose bids for petition of Mr. were today at the
p Harry DeLaney, was for the past twelve years in the have looked concourse of
after them most assiduously : people. Secretary of the state
from the
department Brazilian
and the
"construction were accepted ordered to turn ,
over the affairs of the
capacity of postoffice clerk, I should and deserve the thanks of tj''1 Navy Daniels presided over the cere-
roads they are to build are: business to Mr. B. GBenson at Mexico City. Silliman'sarrival
formermanager like to continue my service in the who will become parties to the j t monies which were preceded by a -
I Southern Paving and Construe- party, pato the minister reported, had
acting for :Mrs.
Braxton higher position of postmaster. If rade of the
my for their painstaking endeavors army and forces and
I navy
tiol ompany, of Chattanooga, will Beacham. !I been delayed by interrupted railroad
me to serve them in such make the delegations from various Irish
tour Between societies
a success. -
buff he Conway, Winter Park and conditions. Latest reports were that
capacity they will confer a favor fifty and seventy-five people will i: which have been active in obtaining -
compose : he
a pakl d roads; the Alabama Paving BASEBALL RESULTS I should have reached the Mexican
upon me by writing Congressman the party and it is the intention' the monument to Barry. Fol-
4 rom y, of Birmingham, will build I capital last night or early today but
1 e ando-Kissimmee road, and R. National Claude L'Engle, Washington, D. C., a of those in charge to land back in'':I lowing the unveiling the president delivered that transportation operations were
letter endorsing me for that position. Orlando not later than i a brief address in tribute to
HiLison Saturday night [
: of Atlanta, will build the: Pittsburg 0, New York very uncertain.
f Congressman L'Engle has asked the achievements
of the of
coming week. j Barry.
,Pjymoith road- Dispatches received from Rear Admiral
Cincinnati 1, Boston 0. that the patrons of the Orlando -
1 JL meeting was held yesterday beSt.. Louis 1, Philadelphia 0. I I office write him post- I Badger and Consul Miller today
twien, presentatives of the expressing their JUDGE TAKES PATRICK CASE MAY PUNISII SEAMEN stated that the constitutionalistshad
sevenn Chicago 1, Brooklyn) 2. I choice for postmaster. This being the UNDER I'
ba the county and the bond American CONSIDERATIONThe renewed their assurances of protection -
:a; League case it is
: I likely.that he will be
lect, Messrs. W. H. Reynolds New York 2, St. Louis 1. i in his decision controlled I Washington, May 16.Italian Am- for American lives and prop-
largely by the hearing of the Patrick case; !i bassador Confalonieri called Secretary
; B. Steinmetz and J. H. 5lorl adBoston 3, Detroit 0. number on erty at Tampico. Quiet was restored

__ basis of dividing the fundssale Philadelphia 4,-Chicago 3. I of letters he receives. I will being a legal dispute between the j Bryan today in regard to a reported i. there, he said, and no further disorderby
front / appreciate anything done in heirs of the Patrick estate over the : insult to the Italian flag
reached. It was expected.
... was" was Washington 2, Cleveland 1. I my behalf.I .
'a. that the basis of division Federal I possession of certain property, the ac-1 i two American seamen in Philadelphia The constitutionalists already have
-t three-fifths League have been a life long Democrat, tion having been brought against N.J. ; on May 14. The flag was displayed moved to avail themselves
or $360,000, to Pittsburg 6, Kansas of the advantages -
7. but
'be1 t.. d in the three Orlando Brooklyn 3, St. Louis City 'I being under civil service rules I Patrick as administrator, and his two in front of a barber shop at the time of their first important sea-
t 5. am forbidden to be politically active.My sisters, by the other heirs, of memorial txercises
banks two-fifths, or $240,000, Buffalo 8, Chicago 3. ;I was conI j I i over American port. One of Carranza's confidential
l' record in the postal service i is a eluded before Judge James W. P i Vera Cruz victims and it
) khoul I T- is thought
1 divided between the four Baltimore 1, Indianapolis 3. j agents was quoted as saying that a
guarantee that the
place will be efficiently kins yesterday. The judge announced the mistook it
banks e county outside oflpndo Or- Southern League seamen for a :Mexican large shipment of French guns was

)) ; the Winter Park, AIa popNew' Orleans 3-3, Memphis 2-3. Sec- I filled if the people honor me that he would take the matter under flag. It was pulled to the ground and ready to be moved toward Tampico.
by making it possible for
me to advisement before announcing de trampled upon. Mr. Bryan assured That
te Garden and Oakland considered with the
on game called in eleventh developif -
catch cure the appointment.
ti ion. The testimony and argument the ambassador that the seamen ment that
to receive $60,000 for etrain.. there now is no embargo

i9sil j I 1 Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 0the ( 5-17-3t W. C. McLEAN. consumed four days. The amount of found guilty, probably would be pun- against shipment of arms to Tampico
------ property involved is about five } ished. The
So :" will be required by Mobile 2, Nashville, 1. THE WEATHERed thousand answer was accepted as from American ports indicated the

b, ...d. :" s to pass upon the val-I[I Montgomery 4, Atlanta 4. Ca ] dollars. I I satisfactory. constitutionalists could obtain plentyof

tl assue, but when this forWiduded in eighth to catch train. Florida arms and ammunition for the re.
the work will beffurther South Atlantic : Generally fair Sunday The steamer Lenape, queen of the I' The latest addition to Tampa's list mainder of their campaign.The .

w t delay. Savannah 3, Columbus League 1. and :Monday. Clyde Steamship company's fleet, :left of commercial enterprises is the Tampa Mexican diplomats were to ar-

ated that the work will I Columbia 2, Jacksonville 1. Jacksonville Wednesday with 267 passengers i Coffee Mills, the purpose of which rive here at 10:35 o'clock today but
paper bound books for summer I aboard from Florida, and }is to supply grocers, hotels and
d within eleven months Albany 5, Augusta 4. I restaurants train was lateWith their large
recreation within the of' I
Jri: I me it is started. Charleston 4, Macon 3. price ': with reservations made for manyj: I with freshly roasted coffees party thty will be shown about
everybody at Curtis & ;
-1 y., """ O'Neal's. more at Charleston. and teas.
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.x s Orlando's L Largest Store Company Quality Did It"

f Have just wound up the greatest sale week in the history of Orlando; and- is prepared to handle this
week's business in a better and more satisfactory way than last week. Certainly we have as good, if not
; better bargains to offer. Our stockroom has been gone over, and an entirely new lot of bargains put out.
f No lack of goods; we can run a high pressure sale for months, as far as stock and lowprices are concerned.If .
you can raise the money we can do the rest Make every dollar do extra heavy duty Every depatr-
: ment in the big house is exerting every effort to do its very best; selling goods as low as anyone ever
e sold them and lived.

L t i{A Now is Your Chance and Opportunity1 This is a Fact


.Y The Dry Goods and Notion Department is stocked with the The Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department will dress you better,
best in large arsortments. for less money,than any store in Florida, barring none
k The Millinery Department is full of the newest Headwear
The Gents Furnishing Department IS putting out wonder- Prices cut to pieces. I
f ful bargains:
The Corset Department has the highest grade, best styles,
The Shoe Department is going crazy on low prices. lowest prices, ever put over the counter.
The Household Department can, and will give you anything
;:k The Grocery Department IS selling grocerIes cheaper than for the House Furnishng for every part of your home and the
: they were ever sold in Orlando. Don't believe it, come and see. yard.

: = We have inaugurated the popular Hour Sales for one hour every morning, {

from 10 to 11 o'clock, and every afternoon from 3 to 4 o'clock. We will have a ; 4

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We are going to sell a 10 cent
Black, white and colors, as go -lJ\
White India Linen. Ten yards to
F 25c ever bought, at, per pair
the customer for
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Just half price. Four pr. to custler' I

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will spend considerable in
By Claude L'Engle money rehabilitating -
Section ten of Chapter 6470 of the Seventy-five strong and boostingfor the line and several new Beck &

laws of Florida, better known as the good roads, business and professional Dont't Get Stung- and large ships will be built for the Paynes

men of Orlando, members of Jacksonville-Baltimore .
"corrupt practices" act, contains the May bees are good little in and Philadel-
following provision. the board of trade of that city, will sects phia lines.

Sec. 10. That it shall be unlawful pass through New Smyrna next Mon- ,
But they don't fly in June Cash Grocery
day afternoon about 2 o'clock and COMMITTEE
for any candidate or other person dur- In the June primary TO MEET
ing the eighteen days next preced- arrangements may be made for the Don't waste time on May There will be a meeting of the 1

ing the day of a primary election to party ot stop over in this city for at bees. Orange County Democratic Executive -

publish or circulate or cause to be least a short time.Arrangements Committee at the court house in
I Some other man may be all
published or circulated any charge are now being made right for you in Congress; Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, :May 23, STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES

against or attack upon any by the entertainment committee of Some other man may be in 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the
candidate unless the New Smyrna board of of
a copy of such to line with progressive De purpose meeting the inspectors and
charge or attack has been personally meet the visitors before they enter the clerks appointed to conduct the primary -

served upon the candidate against city, escort them through town and mocracy. election on June 2nd, and trans
Some other be
whom made at least eighten days show them the points of interest as able to think man for the may people acting any other business which may Nice new stock. White Rose : :

prior to the day of the primary and they pass through. come before it.
after election
any person publishing or' circulatingsuch The trip is being made in automobiles But may be some, other man SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. brand Canned goods, Fox River But- ; ;
charge or attack is made herein and is for the purpose of show won't. JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary.

required, shall be punished by a fine ing the people of Orlando what is being I And may be you'll get Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914. ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-
done ; ;
in the
not exceeding one thousand dollars or matter of buildinggood
stung fooling with him.
be punished by both such fine and imprisonment roads in other sections of the I' You know that Claude MMIMMMMMMMMMI ine Call and get our cash prices.

Any answer to a state. One purpose of the trip, also, L'Engle is NOT a may be;

charge or attack that contains only is to work up good roads enthusiasm You know that he..will I For Sale G

defensive matter shall not be con among the people who are to make think and act for you,
strued to be a charge or attack. the tour. 11 West
I Because he is now in Con- > Robinson Avenue'MftMIMHOMMMHUIMMtllMtMti
This provision means that after today The itinerary of the trip calls for gress doing this very thing. ; I have the following I II

Thursday, May 14, it will be un the party to start from Orlando early When you can get a sure I properties which I offer I II E ,
lawful for candidate Monday morning, headed for DeLand.
any person thing, I at ATTRACTIVE PRICES : r '
printer or newspaper to publish such The schedule calls for the autos to Don't risk the best chance
; prior to north
charge or attack upon a candidate, arrive at the Volusia county seat at that ever happened. going : !

unless such charge shall have been 10 o'clock that morning and to reach Claude L'Engle has been I One California Bungalow !

served upon said candidate, in per Daytona at noon, stopping for dinner. time-tried and firetested ; ; one two-story house I II

son, either on or previous to thisdate Headed south the party will reach in the fights for the I (corner lot.) Intending J

New Smyrna at 2 o'clock in the after people's rights. buyers will do well to get I I

Just 18 days now intervene between noon, get to Titusville at 4 o'clock, He is the one sure thing in touch with me on I

today and the day of the election. Cocoa at 6 and Melbourne at 8 in the for you in this race for above properties, which !

Therefore.no charges can be published evening, stopping in Melbourne for Congress in the Fourth .
I are both new and well
after today except as provided i in the night. Tuesday the party will District. :

the law.-Pensacola Journal. make Fort Pierce, Stuart and West He is there for one term, located.

Palm Beach, and Wednesday will goon Keep him there for another
to Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Vote for Claude L'Engle
Do you not think that it is a rare Just arrived load
and remarkable gift to be able to On the return trip to Orlando, an first. i car

paint a word picture of one's piled- other route will be taken to give the Take a chance second 306 ANDERSON STREET FORDS for immediate -
up law desk in Orlando, Fla., and persuade members of the
party an
all of the highbrows of the opportunity PHONE 376
United States to consider itt To to observe and investigate the workon delivery.
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Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
your Orlando law office, as Vic- parts of the state.-New Smyrna & Abernethy. Just received a Get
Starbuck, a lawyer of Orlando, has Ne ws. J r big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf yours
done in his poem that appears on I
page 658 of the May's Scribner's in -- SUMMER TIME IS F. G. RUSH,
these words"I
garnered crops To THE WEST
think that sometime when the \nd sheep and goats and fig and II FLY Phone 226Commencement
year is young scuppernong
And April steals along\ the leafhungways And peas and melons. And the world I VIA
those windows screen-
t shall shut down the .windows and With may gibes pass and bickerings, and I i SEMINOLE LIMITE II ed yet? Patented detach
put by shall I able
not heed hangers used on all
The pleadings and reports, lock fast I IOUiCK II I[I,Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm screens. No ladder needed 6
the doors, 'Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm to take off
And quit my desk, with its longpiledup :Lv Jacksonville,F1a.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm or put on
heaps RELIEF( I!Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10 pm when washing windows.
Of legal rubbish-" 'Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
Do you think that this is a supreme r!Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am R.JWALDRONContractor J
gift, especially as the poemis STOMACH MISER jAr Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am and Builder
likely to live forever, and get in Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
the school books, and that Orlando 31i Will Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 am 410 West Street
-o-na put Sour
will be celebrated as the home ofa your Gassy,
Upset Stomach in Order Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05: p
Great Poet? And become the itMIIHMMilifllMMtttMilllMimtlltlllMMIilM
Ar Birmingham,Ala. G.of G.12:05
If pm
shrine of the literary cult throughout not despair-immediate you are a stomach safe sufferer do Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
the world and sure Ar Fulton I. C._______
relief is at hand. Mi-o-na: Stomach Ky., 9:35 pm i
PAX ULTIMA Tablets, sold in Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm 1
fifty-cent boxes
(By Victor Starbuck in May Scrib- at iI
all stores Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.12:13 am
are a specific for
I think that sometimes ner's.) when the out-of-order stomachs. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am For Sale I Gifts.
year is young, 3Ii-o-na is not only a quick digestive Ar Centralia, 111., I. C. _____ 1:38 am I *II
And April steals along the leafhungways but a stimulant and strengthener Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am .
of the stomach walls. It 1 in-: Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am I Nothing more appropriate than pretty
I shall shut down the windows and: creases the,flow of digestive fluids, 'Ar KankaKee, III, I. C._____ 6:20 am Modern 8-room I .
put by &othes the the irritated membrane and Ar Chicago, 111., I. C._______ 7:50 am (: books. We have a nice line of these ,
The pleadings and reports, lock fast puts stomach in shape to do the many
work nature intended. I Solid House 2 doors I I
the I Trains-Composed of
doors .
of them for such
If : designed use and others
And quit my desk with its long-piled j I suffering with indigestion, dyspepsia observation, compartment, drawing- many
up heaps of legal rubbish not ,- gastritis, or any of the various room, section, sleeping cars, 31Jee : west of Wyoming : '!
as one who leaves forms of stomach misery, reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville : that will make any graduate happy. Come in
His dwelling in the morn, to coAt me ally indicated by nervousness, USU-j and Chicago, and Jacksonville Hotel. Bar- :
tress after eating, headache, nd St. Louis. All meals in dining }and see them and take a look at other arti-'
candlelight, but rather like to or sour stomach, do not wait, do not car. : gain.A. : ,
grimageNot needlessly-take Mi-o-na o- For ( sets and Pullman car reser- cles if you prefer something else instead of
( looking backward even in his day. McElroy's Prarmacy sells it on ations, all on II : I
thoughts) money back_ if not satisfied plan. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, II books.
Unto a holy city. The dreary streets org L.
and Bentley
Shall call me no longer. Night and Bean, Cu) Potato hampers J). W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, :
1-2 cents at F. F. Button's W. S. BRANCH
Sanford Atlantic
noon.Dewfall Coast Line, i: 10 L ,
and afterglow, shall be tFla| 4-29m. Orlando. AMELIA AVENUE :

stepsIn .. .; The Arcade Book and Music Store
my long wandering that leads to
Peace. I
Once more I shall behold the bub-

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Beneath their banks of fern, or where R.
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By furrowed fields, and hear the
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Aloof from earth that move the tow-
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And whisper solemn secrets to the Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 '

pines, -
With a free heart, as one who is a
part Low Round RESOURCESReal
And sustance of the breathing Trip Summer
world, and knows Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

Its deeper limitations. I shall feel Tourist Rates Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

The sirit that informs the settingsun Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

Stocks and Bonds ... . . . . . 26,018.33
And moves the tides, and makes all JACKSONVILLE TO
beautiful Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02

Toe objects of the sight; and I hi-l St. Louis ........$37.75 Chicar .. ...... $43.50 Cincinnati. ...$33.00
t know Denver .. .. .... 58.60 St. Paul ... .. .5US Louisville. .... 31.50
Colorado Springs. S8.S0 Duluth u_ .. ... (1.50 Knoxville.. ....21.40 $904,906.09
The dramas of the dust and thistle- Salt Lake CityYtDowitoae .. 71.CO Winnipeg .. .... 7J.75 Evansville.. .,. .HJ5 I
seed, ..... 78.00 ToronU .. .. ... 48.90 Indianapolis. .. 3UO LIABILITIES
And lyrics of the stars and epic sweep Portlud .. .... 116." Montreal .. .. ..S5.U French Lick .. .. 35.20 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided
Of Seattle .. .. ... 10.e Pttoiktr. .. .. 51.58 Toledo. .. ..,.. 41.10 $131,279.78
galleon-winged clouds. Lee Angeles .. .. 89.50 MackiaK. ..... 53.00 Detroit.. ....,.. 43.50 II Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

Once more my hands San Glacier Francisco Park ....... ,89.50 82.75 NUjtra Buffalo FalU. ...... ..47.40 47.40 Chautaaqaa Mammoth Care. .....3090 47.40 II I Bills payable . . . . . . . None
Shall guide the ploughshare through
the yielding earth, Low rates to other points in Colorado, California and Canada, Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due
And I shall watch the gleaming coul- Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and
ter turn Rocky Mountains. Pro- to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
portionate low rates from other points in the State.
The fragrant furrows. I shall swing
the scythe Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 30. Return limit Oct. $904,906.09

Among the blossomy grass, and see ,31, 1914-
the dew,

Sun-smitten to a flame of. rainbow- VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT LAKE, COLORADO Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91 '

Fall glints, at each, scythe stroke, with the SPRINGS, ETC Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

That stricken whispers grass as it falls; and I shall Going through Versa.St. Louis Liberal, Returning stop-overs through on all Tickets.Chicago, or Vice Increase in 37 days . . . . 121tU8.81

The smell spirit lulling scent -sun-cured THE ATTRACTIVE WAY Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
Bedamped with evening rains- TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWESTThree

And when the dusk solid through trains daily Choice of three Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
Brings back the cricket's immemorial different routes

Then fife I ,shall stand I Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L. & 'I Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
beside the N.
gathered Dining Cars. No better
dining car service. Fast time. Rock The officers and directors ;
ricks Ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated bookletson of the Orlando Bank and
And lean see the friendly evening star all summer tourist resorts, rates, sleeping car reservations and Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
low other information, address friends and customers for making such a statement
the furrows. pos-
So my life shall sible.

As doth days,the slow procession of the 134 West Bay Street (Telephone 167.) Jacksonville, Fla ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVEBANKuuuuuuuunuuuuuununnnnunuunuunnnth4

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South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) SAVING TO COUNTY New York, May 16.-The steamship Z

AND WEEKLY It is both peculiar and discouraging Panaman, recently chartered by the

JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. to note that in so many instances war department, sailed today from

when a man shoots his wife and South Brooklyn for Galveston. The
f Some of the Details of the System
Entered at the postoffure at Orlando. FlorIda carried ammunition BASEALLFans
Panaman con
u Second Class Mail Matter. then blazes away at himself, the I II Being Installed in Assessor'sOffice
I wife dies and the man pulls through sisting Chiefly of shells for field pieces ;

SUBSCRIPTION RATES and lives. If only it would turn out I and small arms and foodstuffs for the

Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00Daily I Fourteen ordnance experts
6 Months ....................... 2.50 the other way most of the time it Brief mention was made in these troops.
Daily. 3 Months ...................... L25 would be a cause for rejoicing. from the Springfield arsenal, under
Daily 1 Month ....................... 50 ,columns a few days ago that Mr. A. 1 I be
B. Steele had begun to install the I. command of Captain Marsh, were passengers are Apt to

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 It takes a rogue to catch a rogue. Buchanan tax checking system for I on the steamer. They will
weekly 6 Months ..................... 'I join General Funston's brigade.
We should never have known all of the use of the county assessor and Good Clothes FansA

TO ADVERTISERS: the inside workings of organized the commissioners in checking up the
baseball if the truth had not leaked work of the[ assessor. I Aspirants for political office have
for display ani all vUier hand-set all of of
Copy manner reasons why they
out through the organization of the No made at that timeto
advert ing must be handed in at the basinets i attempt was who
suited for the man
all best
office of the Sentinel net later than 2 m.' men are positions
p. Federal League- But our sympathiesare give details of the working of the
the day before publication. This rule applies they seek, but the most frank can afford to 'T)
all with the Feds and hope but Mr. Steele has furnishedthe
to chances for contract advertising; it is we system, '
confession is that of in Semi- spend the time to
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. a man
they will get Ty Cobb for the sea Sentinel with the following out-
nole county, Florida, who as requiredby take in the gamescan
of 1915. line of the which
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued son advantages rcom- '
the Florida law, advertises his usually afford -
should notify the office in writing en mend it:
the date of expiration otherwise it will be candidacy for county treasurer and to spend the money ,
continued at the regular subscription rates Col Holbrook asked the Colorado 1st. It eliminates all double returns -
untH notice to stop is received. or double descriptions on your closes by saying "besides, I need the to be well dressed. 9a
fighters for their guns. They hesi- tax books. job." If truth is mighty his election To the man who can

tated. "Do not refuse, please," said 2nd. It prevents lapping descrip- afford to
SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1914. should prevail.-Guilford (Conn.) wear good
the colonel politely, "unless you pre- tions on your tax books. Times.It clothes we commend r ,
fer to lives-I must 3rd. It givs the assessor the
your guns your
A medical authority has discoveredthat knowledge as to the location and improvements especially the .)
the liver may exercise the same have one or the other. But does not I on any piece of property, has been a month since there has new styles in our
the constitution gives us the right to thus enabling him to assess the ,
I property been rain far the records and r
control over the body as the brain. a so as
?Times-Union. in an intelligent manner.
carry arms
That explains. what is the matter with Possibly so, but their would 4th. It furnishes the county com the memory of Tampans are counted. "ARTSC"AffNfR
the world. There are too many people missioners information that they The "showers" of yesterday were con-
not be of much value to them after
when review the
should have they
= who think with their livers. siderably lighter than an ostrich
the Colonel had taken away their work of the assessor, for the purposeof
} o plume. In fact, it was hardly to be
lives. equalizing the values. I
The campaign has produced but '* 5thIt furnishes the assessor witha 'considered a "trace," but a "slight' i
map or plat of each subdivision, as trace." No measurable rainfall-and
fisticuff that
one and was in the first
Six millionaire oil men from Ken- well as a plat of each town or city in the weather bureau measures downto ..
district-now it is too late for the have lake and the thus him to distinguish
tucky bought a a county, enabling 1,100 of inch-has fallen since & MARX
newspapers to print anything about a small mountain near Leesburg, and between corner lots and inside an
candidate that is calculated to bringon lots, as well as to the location of April 14.-Tampa Tribune.An .
will build winter homes and make '
the according to its
property geo-
a personal encounter. What kind This all sounds
many improvements. graphical relation as to values. Eastern scientist has discovereda CLOTutSThe"re
of campaign is this, anyhow? very interesting unless they spend 6th Its simplicity is its chief
new comet, but advises people on
o "tainted Leesburg businessmen charm. Any one can keep it up to
The Polk County Record issued a money. date after our installation.7th. this mundane sphere not to worry as more than
should look the records of
handsome up By the use of our patent it is at a little distance of 20,000,000 good clothes, thatis
edition last
r special these gentlemen very carefully before drawing board, your assessor can miles and not headed in this direc- while the fabricsare
devoted to, Bartow in particular and selling them goods or taking any of make copies of each and every subdi- all-wool and
t Polk county in general. It was a vision as it is put on the records. tion. ,
their Some of their wealth
money. tailoring always -
f thorough and creditable piece of work 8th. It saves the county the expense the j I
may possibly have come from John- of purchasing each a book of the highest
and year That when a matrimonial ad. appears -
i Editor Gallemore is deserving of dee, via The Standard Oil Co. for the assessor's note book, or the the styles '
great credit for this commendable en- fourth copy as it is customary to do. in one of the. matrimonial jour- quality, w

terprise. It will do much for the development The Times-Union Somewhere 9th. It saves the assessor the expense nals, some of which are received in and designing are ,
' of that fertile section. says: of making the fourth copy for Orlando, there is one young fellow of special excel
in Jacksonville room might be I his reference the following lence.
. year. who is always on the look out to see
; o found for aviary largely devotedto 10th. It enables the assessor to .
an Men and young men of exacting taste regardless
if there isn't some rich widow who i ,
They have hot for obtain information to the
a race representative the of Florida-a as owner-
cranes great
of choose them.
on in Osceola county, and ship of adjoining lands of any one wants to take a boy to raise. pocketbook,
portion of the space could be foundin making a return for taxation. Thisis

= Editor Triplett, one of the candidates, the river and the birds could very important, as the tax com The Crystal Springs :Mercantile I WE STOCK A MAGNIFICENT RANGE
rented an opera house a few nightsago largely fish for themselves if bait mission will recommend that there bea
and invited attached for company is Crystal Springs' latest
the other candidates penalty not making tax
attracted the little fish to come inside -
} to participate. There may have been returns. corporation.

method in Editor Triplett's madnessin the wire netting. llth. The tax assessor's office is _-_ n-_-- _-_-___- -_- _- _._._ __-
Sure thing. There is already a sec- the base of all of the revenue of the
footing the bill, for it gave him have been presented to the commis-
a tion devoted to ostriches, another county and state; consequently there ;?
chance should be convenience furnished sioners they have proved convincingand .
to in his
that the every
say paper "
section devoted to "larks and close f'\
have resulted in the adoption of
crowd favored hir to facilitate his work, and place 'sj'IIl'
Triplett.The by this is a section for "chickens." the office on a high plane of efficiency ;he system.ttfllMIMMMIIMMIliM.

o These all' seem to get their living by Irk
Florida Star is of the opinion fishing and there is no reason why 12th. We have the written endorsement b -
that the person who doesn't know pip of the tax commission of
the do well.
should not
cranes as
the state, as well as a majority of the
from had better out of the
roup stay
assessors and commissioners who at-
poultry business; that it is much A large party of good roads boosters tended the convention in Tallahassee ( : )
safer to raise hay. Hay is better will leave Orlando next Mondayin November 20th and 21st. We had the Licensed Plumber and RZ I r

anyway, but the Star should not dis- ivstem on display in the tax commissioners' Sanitary Engineer
automobiles for a trip to Miami
office, and it received the unqualified
courage the man who wishes to grow and return. This is one of the most endorsement of every one Estifnates Furnished. jobbing ,/r ,

his own hen fruit. Garden eggs are interesting automobile trips in the who had an opportunity of inspecting Promptly Attended to. :

. much better than storage eggs unless. whole country, and from a good roads it. PHONE 629 I ti
The above state in
they reach the reasons given a
pip stage.
standpoint no more impressive object :
brief but comprehensive manner a 106 Court Street \ a
o lesson can be found anywhere.- few of the many arguments in favorof A
The Pensacola News suggests President Kissimmee Valley-Gazette. the adoption by all boards of county ORLANDO, FLORIDA /

A. A. Murphree of the Florida commissioners of the Buchanantax 1
checking system. It might be 4zllmillillilMIIIMMIMMIMI
university for governor as a fit recognition Subscribe for the Sentinel. (
dded that wherever these arguments j I I
: of the scholar' in politics.

z The Sentinel is willing to second the

nomination with the understandingthat IIIMIIItiMllllllliMteMIIMHMMinMMIMMIMMHIHIMMMHimMHHtfrIf

President Murphree will decline i ii.. ill you are contemplating a sea voyage this sum

the university nomination., and his He is place needed would at the be p pm P U mer a 35C package of McElroy's Sea Sick Remedy

harder ) I1I will absolutely! prevent any sea sickness. It is no
to fill than the governorship. 1) )III.hfflhIIJ
s o J dope and is guaranteed,

Powell's Clearwater Sun advises BciiOYI/
the of Pinellas
people to look well McELROY'S PHARMACY
over the candidates for county com-

missioner as they mean more to the
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welfare of the county than any other

candidates from president down. Ex-
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their local candidates with discretion;

not to say that they shouldn't use the
same discrimination in selecting those You'll see a good many people doing the '

higher up, but certainly they should Tango indifferently well; you'll see few who are

} be sure always to secure the best really expert-you can tell them instantly,

available' material ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES though-It's that way with good corsets. No

The editor of the o Sentinel notes Commencement Da-an important event in the v matter what your type of figure is, in the "BON

with deep regret the tragic death of lives of young people should receive some fitting markof TON" there's a model that will give you the

Honorable W. W. K. Decker, of Pinel- appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the fashionable contours of the moment.

las county. He was a member of the occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of "
We stock the "BON TON.
1907 legislature and no man of that

body was held in higher esteem for PRICE-
his sturdy honesty and conscientiouswork. .

He was found dead in his barn direct the attention of relatives and friends to

Friday morning at his place near Tar- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $3.50 to $25.00DicksonIves
pon Springs. The theory of suicide is
store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new.

discounted, and death was probablydue est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond

to a sudden heart attack. or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -

o and assortment.A .
The Sanford Herald predicts that visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
Florida will be the great cattle state
obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
of the. country within a brief periodof

years. We believe the Herald is Co1

right. This is naturally a grass M

growing country; not only do the native -

grasses flourish, but almost every

imporation of the kind grows luxu-

riantly, and in addition to this natural -

advantage is that twin advantageof .
mild winters. No general precon

certed effort has ever been made to

d encourage the cattle business, and
only a fw well to do individuals have the JewelerOPPOSITE

done anything in the way of improv- ran e Ave. 1JiIE1E1oORLANDO'S n nI

ing the breed, but the idea is taking I

hold, the incursion of the western POSTOFFICE I

ranchers to Florida to restock their I FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEMtlllllimiMltttimillllliiiH
ranges being an evidence that other s

sections are becoming acquainted with EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

the adaptability of Florida for this I sI I ::: -H4* : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ,:?":

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ORLANDO THE TUNER, FLA. Chaperoned by-Mrs. R. P. Cobb, S. S G GBUYS GI flhtill 1=ROBINSON= 4 STARKEY", Managers= e'1X I I .

and Misses Mary and Julia Atkinson, ,
1 Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I It
a merry party left by automobileslast I J RAtMIen's"El t

evening for Russell's Point, I | Admission 5 cents I uul

Mr. E. B. Bradley is spending Sun. where the junior class of the Cathedral -,I Di GDGDQ! > GDG G J D

day up at DeLeon Springs. school entertained the seniors !
4 "
Mr. W. C. Spell arrived yesterdayfrom with a delightful picnic supper. The

Fitzgerald, Ga. to visit his long table which bore the delicious LOW RATES TO THE BEACH

father here. eatables was decorated with pink hibiscus REAL ESTATE RESORTSThat El Commencement Time

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Crisp, of Jack- blossoms, and grey moss which

sonville, are among the late arrivalsat formed the class colors of the sen New Smyrna and Coronadowill

the San Juan. iors.The 600 acres south of Winter entertain hundreds of people at LI Is Here
party was composed of Misses least several
Sundays and
closed the perhaps
Miss Hallie Fernandez Garden and west of
Duke Hall yesterday and left last Carrie Hooks, Ruth Bourlay, Helen every Sunday during the midsummer Want a present for that one

Warlow, Ruth Isaacson, Dorothy Gotha, including 10 acre season, is practically assured by
New York city.
night who ? You
Johnson, Marian Smith, Elizabeth the graduates can getit
The progress being made in a move-
Miss Dora Hovermole left yester- orange grove. D
Baynard, Olive Dinkle; Mary D. Rowan ment to run Sunday excursions from at our store without any
D. C, where she covered with
day for Washington tract
Nell Kinzel, Dora Lewter, Clara Orlando and Sanford to this city. trouble and but little ex
will the next six months.Mr.
spend Holland, Lillian Connor, Marian yellow pine timber. Two The plan is to have the excursion

and Mrs. Pliny Norcross will Jones, Jane Green, Gretchen Hodgson miles( of lake shore. train leave Orlando early in the morn- pense.

close their home on Magnolia avenue Emma Lummus, and Ella Siem ing Sunday, arriving here in the mid-
and leave for Washington, 423.mJACKSO o D
Tuesday ons. dle of the forenoon, and starting backin Every Graduate
D. the late afternoon
giving the visitors -
Master Weston W. Dennis left yes- MtlllliiHMIiMIMMIM several hours for surf bathingand
terday for Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to amusements on the beach and should have something now,

spend the summer with his grand- PARTY BY FRIENDS VILLE DOCTORS VERY getting them home before night.It that they can keep for years,

mother. ENTHUSIASTIC OVER MEETA is understood that the is ll
Mrs. Algern6n Haden leaves on to remind them of friends,
Mrs. C. V. Rowland has gone to being considered favorably by the
Sanford to visit with Mrs. H- V. Per- Tuesday for Boston, taking passageon number of members attendingthe Atlantic Coast Line and Florida East loved ones and the happiest
the Leyland Line for England, :
ry, who has been visiting here for the sessions of the annual meeting of Coast railroads, the two roads to days ot their life.
where she will spend the summer with
week. the State Medical association from work together in handling the
past excursion -
relatives. A pretty farewell partywas
Messrs. W. R. Westvelt, W. F. Bra- Jacksonville returned yesterday from trains. The trains will be taken
for her Mrs-
and A. D. Stark given yesterday by Orlando and reported this year's sessions from Orlando to Orange City Junction
zier, C- T. Knox were Frank H. Williams. Allen & Co.
to be the most helpful,
the New Yorkers registeredat among over the Atlantic Coast Line ,
Two tables of card players spent
the San Juan last nightMrs. instructive and important in the entire road, and there transferred to the
the afternoon most pleasantly at
history of the association. Florida East Coast branch road JewelersPrompt
T. A. Neal returned to her bridge and "five hundred," and after :
Several Jacksonville physiciansmade
the run to this city.
home in Sanford yesterday. She was the'games the hostess, assisted by
addresses and read carefully The plan is to sell excursion tick-
the of Miss Maggie Hart, while served chicken Repairing.
guest her two sons, patties,
prepared papers that will later be ets for the from .
convention.Mr. trip good the start- .
attending the medical sandwiches, coffee, brick ice cream,
published and sent to every memberof ing station to the beach, a Everything Guaranteed.
and Mrs. B. K. Duke and cake and punch. the
the organization throughout good for the ride to the beach
daughter, Miss Winifred Brown, left The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Baden -
state. attached to each railroad ticket. Ar-
yesterday for Chicago, going from Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Miss Hart, The local doctors were enthusiastic rangements will be made with bus

there to Oconomowoc, Wis., for the Miss Kilmer, Miss Howard, Mrs tendered them
regarding reception
line, ferry and automobile liveries to
summer. Drew and Mrs. Tenny. by the people of Orlando, as well as take the coupon in payment for the Ib- .dI

Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hand returned the technical value of the several sessions ride to the beach. A return coupon =OI 1t

last night from Jacksonville, where SECOND PRESENTATION WAS comprising the annual conven- will also be attached to the return ,

Mr. Hand had been attending a meet- ALSO GREAT SUCCESSLast tion. These physicians, owing .to railroad ticket.

ing of the State Association of Un- pressing engagements, were unable to It is probable the plan will be tried

dertakers.Mrs. evening the Mendelssohn Club remain and enjoy the delightful social
out next month
as soon as possible
A. E. Gibson, ,who has been repeated the "Mikado," and was again program that had been arranged for after the building of the new pavilionat PICNIC I l LUNCHES[
greeted by an audince warmly appre-
spending the season with her daughter their entertainment.TimesUnion.FUXD the beach has been finished, and
Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, left yester- ciative of the excellent entertainmentgiven.
the first excursion will be run as an
day for Washington, D. C., where she COMPLETE FOR ORLAXDO.I experiment. If it proves successfulan

will remain until fall The "Mikado" brings to a termina- I INDIAN RIVER ROAD effort will be made to induce the Can be made quickly if you use
tion the work of the club for the sea- I _
Mr. E. C. Bryan, Miss Virginia railroad companies to continue the ex-
son, and is a very fitting ending fora Due to the fine work of Milord Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex
:Miss Elizabeth Baynard, cursions
llakinson, every Sunday during the remainder -
successful Charles Lord the OrlandoIndianRiver
and Miss Nell Kletzin, of Kissimmee, very year. highway fund has been com- of the summer season.It Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese,
motored to Orlando yesterday and is estimated that several hundred
spent several hours here. :Mr. George C. Ziegler and family, pleted, with a wee bit to spare, as people living in the interior towns Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles, bulk, bottle

of Carmi Ill left here follows:
Mr. Jack Peters, of Tavares, who is will avail themselves of such an op- or cans Southern Cross Sardines.No .
spending a week, to make their Previously acknowledged ____$420.02
portunity to spend several hours at
agricultural advisor for Lake county, home in Orlando. Mr. Ziegler while J- B. Calder _______________ 5.00
Lakeland- Mr. the beach, and plans fake about our ads."e sell what we advertise.
left yesterday for are now being
here purchased a ten acre grove near Mrs. J. M. Thayer __________ 10.00
sanita- talked and considered to furnish
Peters has been ill at Christ's Orlando and a hundred and ten acre W. H. Robertson ____________ 5.00
rium and had to be moved on a cot. amusement and entertainment for the
farm near Shingle Creek.Kissimmee Yowell-Duckworth Co. ______ 10.00
We are here to do your printing.We Journal. Clark Robertson ___________ 5.00 visitors when they arrive.
have a large assortment of type People's National Bank 10.00 As yet plans have not been fully THE SANITARY GROCERY
C. B. Nye, a prominent businessman -----
II I made, but it is practically certain the
ready to serve you. We print what Orlando Bank & Trust Co.____ 10.00A.
of Orlando, is at DeSoto, railroads will out the
you want, the way you want it and Mrs. Mr. J. Nye __________________ 5.00 try experimentin CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
accompanied by Nye. Nye the near future.-New
when you want it. Sentinel Phone declares that the fruit business in the Mr- Larrabee ___________1__ 5.00W. News. Smyrna

24. vicinity of Orlando certainly is hus- W. Rose ________________ 5.00 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

Mrs. Clarence Johnson has resignedhis tling. He is a member of a firm Dr. Phillips ________________ 10.00

position with the Dutton-Harris which operates five packing houses in A. Johnson ______________ 5.00 PICNIC AT RUSSELL'S POINTYesterday

company of Lakeland and has accepted Orlando. His business has increasedto IS. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
a position in the shoe departmentof $505.02 Miss Chance chaperonedher
such proportions that the firm will ..
the Yowell-Duckworth store in Sunday school class to Russell's FUNERAL DESIGNS
build a large cold storage plant this Point. The t
Journal day was pleasantly spent
i Orlando.-Osceola COUNTRY CLUB DANCE
summer for use next season. Mr. .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Vhite ,."
with .
games, bathing and fishing. Not "
T. C. Neal, who has been attend Nye has charge of the machinery and The Country Club will be the scene
many fish were caught as their hooks
ing the Confederate reunion in Jack of the business which devotes itself of a dance Wednesday evening. It
were pins, and bait chewing OWNERS OF ORANGE GROVESWe
sonville and visiting his sister, Mrs. also to the manufacture of fruit I is the purpose of the house committee gum. \ Star MarketDUREN
They said they almost caught some.
W. B. Lynch, on Boone street, left washing machines.-Tampa Tribune. to make this a notable event, and a
I A bountiful lunch was enjoyed by all. COMPANY, Proprietors are prepared to do spraying of
Friday night for his home in Mciver, large attendance is expected. Those present were Misses Pearl groves in this vicinity. Call and see

N. C. He was accompanied by his That a report circulated that a'' us.
I King, Mary Walker, Ruth Frazier,
nephew, Edwin Neal Foster. young lady in the eastern part of the The B. Y. P. U. encampment will
Gussie Sharpe, Rachel Crawford, 6Mil 5-9-d&w-6-l Orlando, Fla.
Mr. Geo. C. Ziegler, of Carmi, 111., ity is to become a June bride is indignantly hold its third session in the buildings -
Gladys Nye Warner
Mary :Marian
has recently moved to the Thompson denied by her. She says and on the ground of Columbia
Nye, Alice Hall, Mildred Dovel Sarah
Sleeping out of doors will again bea
place on Lake Jennie Jewel. With her marriage may take place next college in Lake City from July 12 ,to r
'II' Davis and Harriet Hendry. Eachone I
him came his wife and two sons. This fall, but not before that time, and July 17- Some of the finest talent of "I popular fad this summer The
the South will be and will wished the day were longer. more difficulty people have in sleep
was not Mr. Ziegler's first trip to perhaps not then. present
instruction and the ing well out in the yard, the more
+ Florida and he knew what he was doing give
FUNERAL OF T. H. BARLOW beneficial they will think it is to their
when he decided to buy in Orange There's really no sense in worry- occasion.
county. ing about Sunday dinner when you The funeral of Mr.: T. H. Barlowwas
can go to the Tea Room and get one Who is your painter and decorator?
conducted from the home Gar-
If satisfied the on
Read the Sentinel. Price of the best and daintiest meals for you are keep one you
Morning I I have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, land street yesterday morning at 10 HtlMMtttllMHI "
10 cents week. fifty cents 12:30 till 2-
a No. 636. 1-20-tf
o'clock, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of SACRIFICE SALEFORD

--- the Baptist church, saying the ser--

>HIIMIMMMIMMMtimimilMimMIIMHMillllMIMMAt t vice. The pall bearers were Messrs.., :' WOMEN ARE SURPRISEDon RUNABOUTA

C. P. Dickinson, M. M. Smith, H. H.

Dickson, S. S. Griffin, Jos. L Guern- their first visit at the extreme brand new runabout for

The Lucerne sey and J- A. Knox. A large com- cleanliness of this market -
Monday sale at a sacrifice. Come and
pany of friends of the deceased and for it :is not just ordinarily -
his family paid the last tribute to clean, but immaculately see

him, and the floral offerings were lot
so. That fact means a
numerous and beautiful. The inter-
to a woman who likes to
ment was at the city cemetery.

And the balance of this week. know that what she eats is I "- 5-12-St

Next Sunday, May 17th, at four free from any kind of pollu i .IMHIIMIMimillltMitrfMMMHM

o'clock in the Grand theater, Miss tion. A visit to this meat J

The Glendevere Tango! CompanyPRESENTING Julia Brown Reed, former teacher of market will satisfy the (most MHHMM*

expression at Rollins, will read "In fastidious. I

the Vanguard. There will be a silver Phone 23 Shoe Repairing

offering for the benefit of the Or- 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

lando Peace Society.Eat | by PARCEL POSTMen's


-AND- } TANGO ARTISTS Eat all what you you want.want. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ( Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc

MR. BURT BUCHER Take a postscript and forget it. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tfj i Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

For sale by all durggists. Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750

doing the "Inspiration Tango," the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank l-7-d&w-lyr Sentinel want ads. are money get- Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo

ters. Try them. 1|I I Heels Repaired, 2c
Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. Have you fixed up that Sunday

want ad. for the Morning Sentinel? All work.returned in 24 hoars.

The above in connection with the regular program of mov. Better do it now. It will pay you. OSTEOPATHYDR. Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned -

ing pictures. return postage.

Eat what you want
all want.
Eat you

Admission: First Floor Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cents Take a postscript and forget it. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment A. Hanson
For sale all druggists.
No extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine Street i
10 Cents to All. l-7-d&w-lyr
Balcony M
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CONFERENCE AT EPWORTHINN other members of the faculty of the

ENTERPRISE State Institute for the Deaf and Blind

were highly praised by the state How
Plans fast being completed for
board of control, which met here and
- the first Florida Young Woman'scamp Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale For
conference, to be held at Ep- made a trip of inspection to the insti- Rent etc. for this column. 25c for one day*
p worth Inn, on Lake Monroe, opposite tution. They expressed themselves as COc for three days, or ILOO for one week for
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
t Sanford, June 24th to July 8th. being highly pleased with conditionsas advertisements fer this column as no Would You
All the joys of the out of doors and insertions will be made on credit.
found them. Matters relativeto
life to be they
u the freedom of camp are
combined with special conference features higher institutions of learning of FOR SALE

f ; simple Bible and mission study the state were disposed of at the Nursery stock, one, two, three and
a classes out under the trees; technical meeting held' in St. Augustine yester four year old buds; Foster Early, Better Yourself?
councils for the college girls and Sun- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
Note in Times-
day.-St. Augustine
school workers inspirationaltalks I
day ; ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
on the various forms of service Union. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 313tf.
which is being given to the world to-

day, and in general, to give the young New Smyrna will have telephone FOR SALE-Cull tomatoes, $1.00 per If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
women who attend a vision of the crate, f. o- b. Good for canning and
"more abundant life," and of their connection with Lake Helen in the chow-chow. Address Partin Bros., we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on. the basis of

y place The in high the school world. girls are expectedto very near future.POLITICAL Wagner, Fla. 5-14-6t superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

come in large numbers, and there FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare are all right, then why not put us to the test.
will doubtless be many exciting ten- ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
bargain; recently completely over-
nis tournaments and water sports be-
; hauled and made good as new in ev-
tween the different high schools of REPRESENTATIVEI
ery part; guaranteed first class con-
the state- dition must be sold at once, even at This
Fire Girls hereby announce mr candidacy for Representative ; WayYour
The especially
Camp are
from Orange county subject to sacrifice. Come, .or address, White
invited to make this their summer the action of the Democratic primary to be Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
camping experience, and they 'will held June 2nd. 4-23-tf
have opportunity to win many honors J. H. REESE.

r under competent leadership. The FOR REPRESENTATIVE .FOR SALE-One 1912 model Ford doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing your

many beautiful walks around Enter- automobile, in good condition. If case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
prise offer strong inducements to win I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- interested, call at 706 East Church
the honors for "tramping forty milesin resentative from Orange county subject to street. 5-14-16-17 ; if your prescription had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
ten days," and in the DeBarry the action of the Democratic primary to be

'. swimming pool which has been placedat hid' June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Ala- saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

the disposal of the girls during the bama hound. Address I. Turner,
:: conference, they may learn to swim FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw
their "four standard stules," or learn :
to do the "two standard dives." Be- hereby announce myself a candidate for the FOR SALE-Instantaneous hot water NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
Representative from Orange county for
sides the honors which may be won nest session of the Florida Legislature, subject heater for bath room; bargain price.
in health craft, the Camp Fire Girls to the Democratic primary to be held Can be seen at 411 South Main street.
'; can put their knowledge of camp craftto June 2nd. 5-13-3t
practical use, and as for nature C. P. DICKINSON. I we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

ti lore, the Smithsonian Institute is said FOR REPRESENTATIVEYielding WANTED man of 55, able to care
high quality would have been used. Your would have been filled
prescription justas
i to be richer in botanical specimens for stock and do other work, desiresa
from Enterprise than any other part to what appears to be the desire home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Deliv- your doctor wrote it.Don't.
of leading citizens in almost every precinct
of Florida.
of Orange county that one of the can- ery, city.
:. The young,women from our Florida didates to be nominated for Representative
colleges are manifesting much inter- in the primary election of June 2nd should LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh
;, est in the conference, and large dele- be from the country precincts, I hereby an- about 35 pounds each; names

;. gations of them are expected to come nounce myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON.FOR "Sandy" and "Michael." Reward.E. Forget
from all the colleges. These girls Beeman. 5-12-tf

will have. their: .separate councils_under MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB-
the leadership of Miss Mary Dud- LIC INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 WANTED-Four or five room cot- .

ley Powell, student secretary of the I hereby announce-myself a candidate for tage, close to business part of city.
South Atlantic field committee of the election as a Member of the County Board of State location and rent desired by That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
r Y. W. C. A.Representatives. Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange month or year. Address, Mr. Pippin,
of the various County Florida. M. M. SMITH. care Sentinel office. 5-15-3t be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people

t young people's organizations will be little thrill of shakes lest it be home. But
I and a terror are fortu
you your you
WANTED-By and wife
present, Epworth Leagues, Christian MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION man a placein e

Endeavors, B. Y. P., U.'s missionary I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor city or country, to take care of nate-it chanaes this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
societies, etc., and several teachers of re-election to the office of Member of during the summer, for the rent. Address -
organized Sunday school classes have Board ti Pmblic Instruction. Orange County "Scott," care Sentinel office. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
signified their intention of coming from District No. 3, subject to the coming 5-15-3t
4 and bringing their entire classes with pr aa".. Very respectfully, People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
them. from the Phila-
t, Young women Zellwtod Fla.
thea classes are invited, and leadersof orange grove, or other real
all kinds of work among girls and FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold,
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine ,
young women. reelection to the office of Supervisor of
While in the early morning hours street after June 1st515lw
Registration for Orange County subject to
there will be classes and councils of: the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd

an inspirational character for those 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. FOR RENT DeLaney & AbernethyNext
who wish them, the afternoons will
be left entirely free for recreation. FOR SHERIFFI
This important feature of the camp hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms

conference will be in charge of a com- Democratic Sheriff of primary Orange of County June 2nd subject, 1914.to the for light housekeeping. $12.50 per Door lOc Store. Orlando Florida.
petent young college woman FRANK GORDON. per Apply 307 East ,

Tennis, croquet, fishing, rowing, FOR SHERIFF Pine. 5-14-6t .
driving, and swimming will be
among ..
I announce myself as a candidate for the
FOR RENT-Two office in
the attractions and swimming lessons office of Sheriff of Orange County. Florida spaces
will be given. Among the many de- subject to the Democratic primary. I am a our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
lightful walks which can be taken to native of Orange county. In asking the votes Come in and we will show you. Pierce Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to dis- Electric Co. 3-29-tf
near by points of interest, is Benton charge the duties of the office without fearor AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Springs, celebrated for it's healing favor to any man for the upholding of the Look through your desk and see if
waters, and Green Springs, only a laws and the preservation of peace and good TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
;i short 'distance away. Across the order in the county. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus

road from Green Springs is the homeof WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR 4-26-tf at 24 and we will call, get your
Bueno Retiro, the first white set- The has been 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
tler in America to branch out from COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC IN. thoroughly at the lowest price consistent with
rl the original settlement at St. Augus- STRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 3 cleaned and renovated and will opento Next door to People's Bank, caul high grade work. It will receive our

tine. Near there is an old Indian I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor the public Saturday, May 9. A best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
+5 mound, in which arrow heads and In- the office of Member of the County chicken dinner will be served Sunday. up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
dian be found Board of Public Instruction from School
pottery may even diseases treatedTelephone
Board District Ne. 3, subject to the actionof Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
day.Stone the Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. L H. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
Island which RAMSDEU
on lives a well If elected I will give thoughtful attention to 578. Pepper Crates. 4-29m
known Florida artist, Lemon Bluff, the educational interests of the county and OPTOMETRIST I ,
i Woodlawn Park, and Blue Springs, faithful service. MISCELLANEOUS

will be among the objective points for -C. IL GALLOWAY. Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) Rubber Stamps made to order 12-5-tf atWarman's

picnic trips, and automobiles will be FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC ROSES, CARNATIONS, PANSIESand is the kind you want. Where to get Repair Shop.
prepared to take special parties over INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT NO. 2 other cut flowers for sale. Orders it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDAPut
to DeLand, which is only twelve miles fixed iA
filled for special entertainments. Hope Entrican. bicycle
I hereby announce myself as candidate for -- ------ If you want your
,f away. As the conference period wills the office of Member of the County Board extend over the Fourth of July, a special Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo. or phone 521. 59.3tSun Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. 12-5-tf'
patriotic celebration will take :2, subject to the action of the Democratic tising Shop.IT'S

place on that day. primary, June 2nd 1914. If elected I will OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The ___n_ ____ _________ ____ _____ ___ -- -
give due attention to the work of the office,

y A have number consented of very to prominent be present speakers at- and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair to all the school Florida all kinds.Meat Fish Market.and oysters Fresh in meatsof sea- J'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'' \, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \ 1tt\\\\t\

the conference, among them Dr. Jen- J. B. REDDITT. son. Your patronage solicited. S.

kins, president of Wesleyan college, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm
N Mpcon, Ga., who comes especially to
am a candidate for the office of County TIME TO TAKE UP THE[ HOUSE[
3 meet the young women of Florida; Commissioner of Orange county from PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
Dr. R. A. Carnine, of DeLand; Dr. District 2. If elected I promise to serve thepeople' York city, with residence, to ex-
George Hyman, of Sanford Miss to the best of my ability, having resided ,
i ; change for Orlando property on cash
here number of I
a years am qualified
-, Emma Tucker, of Bartow; Mrs. Mabel to know the needs of the section and I valuation. J. M., 307 West street,

;y ner and Stevens Watertown Brown Sunday, of,, an Gainesville N.accomplished school YMiss,worker and Lena Mrs.musician from Bro-Ab- the people.I Fla. Respectfully A. f"" .OT.uu.A l>T.>.TtmApoplta ...., Orlando fungicides Spray, Fla.material at *F., F.insecticides Dutton's 5-3-lm-d&w, San-and f FURNISHING R I I G Q QUESTION f I IN REAL l.I l. t

kaw, general: secretary of the Jack- FOR COMMISSIONERI ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
sonville Y. W. C. A., will be executive hereby announce yrelf a candidate for erature. 4-29-lm.
of the conference. re-election as Commissioner from District No.
t Application to attend this 3, Orange county, Florida subject to the We insure your life and loan you I
camp action of the Democratic primary to be held -EtNEST:
should be made to the Young Wo- June 2nd. 1914. money on real estate at 6 per cent I
men's Christian Association, 42 West J. L. DILLARD. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,.I

Adams street, Jacksonville, Fla., and Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

f each application must be accompaniedby hereby FOR COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidate 3-25-d&wtf Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a pos-lnV

the registration fee of one dollar. for County Commissioner, Orange County, delight it is select from them and added '
pleasure to an
Board for the two weeks will be District Four, subject to the action of the SEED! SEED! SEED! ; a ,

ten dollars, and special reduced rail- greatly Democratic appreciate primary.your June support%Dd.,1914. I win Garden and field seed.. DeLaney. & pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
road rates may be secured for partiesof Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
Yours truly
ten. Further particulars may be C. J. SWEET. i in every sense of the word.HlliilllMilMMllMllltlMilUIIIMIIitMiillMllilMiilMI.
obtained from the Young Women's Pine Castle Fla. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Christian Association. As the hotel for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m "
accommodations are limited, those I announce myself as a candidate for reelection Don't wait for every one in town to
who desire to go should make appli- to the office of County Commission' have Entrican, the painter, before CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
cation at once, so reservations can be er, Orange County, District Five, subjectto
made for them. the decision of the Democratic primary, you try. Am too busy to look you
This June 2nd 1914. I up. Phone 636, and I will be on the to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining 1 .'
camp conference is the first of Respectfully, job. l-20-tf
its kind in Florida, and meets a long E. L. BROWN this
clubs other formalities. Our salesmen will explain A
felt need, for it offers a rare oppor- Ft. Christmas, Fla.FOR First class Brazing a specialty at any

tunity to the girls and young women Warman's Repair Shop o Court St "
of the state, to combine a delightful 12-5-tf. j feature to you, .
hereby for the
announce my candidacy
I vacation trip at slight expense, with office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject -
: the inspirational features of a confer- to the action of the Democratic primary The Times building in St. Peters- ''MtMMiMIIMMIIIIMMIIMIHMMMIIttlllllllMIMItMHMI .

ence which has heretofore been avail- called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated and burg is being remodelled. Many improvements -
:: able to elected I pledge you my faithful service.
only a No mother need
ARTHUR BUTT. and changes will be made. ,
fear to let her daughter come alone,
and every young woman who would FOR COMMISSIONERI The business office will remain down
like to take tadvantage of such an hereby announce myself a candidate for stairs while the second floor will be '

outing is cordially invited to do so. District re-election No.as 1 of County Orange Commissioner county subject from to devoted entirelv to__ the n__ editorial_____n__ and____ Kincaid & Snowden
the action of the primary of Inn* 9nA Your
Five companies of coast artillery support.will be greatly appreciated.: ---1 composing rooms. The building when
M. .
OVERSTREET. completed will have 5,000 square feet
from the Atlantic coast fortificationshave
FOR COUNTY TREASURERI I of floor space. A large amount of
arrived in Pensacola. The troopsare hereby announce myself a candidate for'
a portion of those to be mobilized Treasurer Democratic of primary Orange of County June ,2nd subject 1914.to the I I new machinery will be installed. Furniture of Characterat

there and later sent to Mexico in the J. H. TUCKER. I
Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
event such a step becomes necessary.A I FOR TAX COLLECTOR for prices on Tomato Egg Plant and Prices
full of I hereby announce myself as a candidate Popular .....
brigade 5,000 men will be for re-election to the office of Tax: Collectorof Pepper Crates. 4.29m ...
mobilized there. Orange County subject to tie Democrat'
primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If
reelected i
Buy seed
a T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone as I have I pledge endeavored to you to give my faithful in the past service' ney & roar Abernethy.garden Just from received DeLa-a i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

W. t: MARTIN. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
k. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf

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

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Sunday school at 9:45 at East

Church street. Of Cleanliness Of Quality
qfcf'W6 Ten acres on beautiful lake
two and one half miles,from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Services at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- court house in the fastest grow FISH AND GAME

ject Wednesday, "Mortals evening and Immortals.meeting", 7:45.. ing section of Orange County,
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Armory building. 1 Seven hundred orange and grape

CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. t9UID P41N full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. big paying proposition. Owner We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Prayer meeting Wednesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. is getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
Bible study Thursday night at 7:30.
Present trees indicate
crop on
CATHOLIC CHURCH \ 1E1 / two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET

Fifth Sunday after Easter. $6,500. Cash $JOOO. Balance on

Mass, 7 a. m. t 1J terms. H. M. Self & Co.
High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. WHITE. I
Rosary, strmon and benediction,

7:30 All p.welcome.m. QRREN PAINT COLOR Co Cooper & Atha :M PINE STREET

Phone No. 80

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Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E.

Howard, superintendent. Preachingat --, --,-_---_----u-, -__-,, _- _. _, -, _, -_-__--'_- _--__- _-,---- =
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m- Epworth A. L. BECK LUMBER CP. -
League at 6:45: p. m.; James N. Bur- MOICIIIHIMIIt..iiiaiititiitiIMMMMMimiMIMIMM .
den, president. Good music by the

choir.In the.absence of the Dr. J. Kiln Dried Lumber and fBuilding Material ((1 WI L Co .. .. . . ,1. .
pastor ItllliltttMOtMMHMim _ .. .._ .. .. H8
E. Wilson, of the Florida Advocate, I I Iiif
will fill the pulpit, and while here he Phone 451 Orlando Fla. .I I, iCiI .
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .MHIIIMHIM1


| Make Cooking a Pleasure
.I;* v Stagg, D. D., pastor.'M1y Fam 3oo }
ol at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
i. 3\pi'tendent. DAILY BETWEEN
eau.t a. m. and 7:30 p. m. UFFALOLEVELAND WITH A
'" J nion, "Peace Sunday."
.. 1'1' .- n, "Sinfulness of Wor-I M

S i li -. Ideavor at 6:30 p. m. I G..AS RA. G-E
11'! n:i: ting at 7:30 p. mon
U it:
i!idlp re cordially invited to
"i i js. Seats free. Clean Economical Convenient >

''r E'S CATHEDRAL Length 500 feel;krmltli 98 feet 6 if ch.;510 fUtrroomi tad parlors accommodating: 1300 {MMRKpit.
Creater in owl-larger in.U"opor1ioa-nclicr in ill.ppoinlnifnn--ihin any Meuaer oa
uluJwitcnoftlwworU.; fa ten'ice June 1h.
I j a" id Jefferson Sts.)
I Magnificent Steam.Sa.umBEE..""Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"DailyBUFFALO i
!' ", R. Remsen, priest in
and CLEVELAND-Marht to Dec.lit Orlando Water & Light Company f fH
U fth Sunday after Eas- Lave Buffalo 900P.M. Lave ie,1a d 900P.M.
Arm Oereland 7JOA.M. Arrive Buffalo 740A.M. f
I I ( **term StaaJud Time)
celebration of the Holy Ce.aeetiaoaatfevrlaadtoPat.ia-Ba.ToledoDetrokadailpoias Tert md Soalhvcrt.Rulroul
Gas Department
n- ticket reading between B*gal*.. t .. M., ;Junday school and cate- Auk your ticket agent lor tid w.ia Co&B.Line. Write nt for Undwoie ffliutnted booklet free
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.c : b' ivening prayer and.ser-.
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usness. w *-
H scension Day-10 a. m.,
.. i (,I the Holy Communion TothWestand Northwest nr 'iftMMIIMMI.
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: Ii+ I is extended to all who
I'. Poulson, D. D-, pas- W. M. SLEMONS :

A. Newell, superintendday J
school; Mr. Geo. W.
i :tor of the choir; :Mr.

: 0 Tool anch,promptly organist. at 9:30rs ( Limited.Dx&d.DFlyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED New Goods Arriving Daily

: with well preparedasses v Orlando A.1c. L..l:31am 3:13pm I l' Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm
for all ages. The r Jacbonri11 A. C. L... 6:45am 1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30pm \
l' Jackronvflli A. C. L... 9:35am 8 5 pm l' Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
F I| a special invitation to V Wa1erou, jL C. L..11:50am 105 pm l' W..eross, A. C. L. .............10 20 pm
,1 ) isit their class. I r Macon G.s. II: F....,.. 5:13pm 4:15/ am r Macon. G. S. I: F. .............. 3:46am
.I\ s subject for the morn- r Atlanta, C. of Ca....... 8:03pm 'l:2&am r Atlanta. C. of Ca. .............. 7:13 affi
s r KAOIt711e. L &; N. .............1:1Ipm!
:. ::45) will be "Two Men I r Chattan0 W8. W. II: A..lllam 11:55 am r Corbin, L. I: N. ................ I
1 r Nuhrill tN. C. II: 51. L 4:50am 4:30pm Louisville L II: N. .............. 3:1hmr :: pm I
: m., the Young People's Indianapolis. ? 1. ............ t
Ar 81. LonL C.II L.II N. Z:50 7:20 am a. 1:50 am
1 t! ave charge of the ser- : : pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
-- Ar Lexington 1. II: N. ............ i:50 pm
.' J i time a very interesting Az Hopkinsfille. L: II; N........... 6:21pm Ar Cincinnati L. N. ............. 8:50pm
_' .. J program will be ren- Az Evansville. L. II: N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo C. R. L ..........1:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
: ; (miss it.cordially. Ar Terre"Hate, GAr E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am .!...Grand Rapids C. R. II: L ....... %:4Spm _
.: invited. The Chicago E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
'fII' .ve extra chairs on hand \
!'; repared to take care of I,,-I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
t4 Good music at all of lection
ser- Solid ttain. composed drninf- Solid train, of
r me loom sleeping can observation cempartment composed electric lighted & Co Best place in the city to trade. I
frawing-room Pullman sleeping and coaches II
I an and tiinmr ear. between Jacksonville and car -
I Chicago land section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
jrertisements. daily. ar between Jacksonville and St Louis Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
vs. read The Sentinel I I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
I Solid train, carrying electric lighted comI Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between
I I artmen observation sleepers, and electhc Jacksonville and
Billiard and Pool Parlor, ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Grand Rapids on Mondaysand W. M. !
Thursdays of each week. Dining SLEMONSt
is lass coAches and smoking car. Dining ear ear
gton now
errs dbeals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

te' Giles & Hovey build'e t __ -___. _- -- -- -- -,

I rof the best amusementi :, W. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
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frompt Attention Uniform Courtesy Paid Their Own Expenses and Asked
cw Details J; JIll for Nothing in Spite of Offer .
, From Secretary Bryan

The peace envoys from Mexico .
.-:::;>: : .; '
t passed through Jacksonville Friday,
F and the Times-Union of yesterdaysays

Notwithstanding W. J. Bryan, secretary I ; ". .
c of state, had instructed officials ,-. ,
of the atlantic Coast
Line railroad --
;. : ,
i EXPERIENCE COUNTS IN MONEY MATTERS to supply any wants of Augustin -"...."
i Rodriguez' and the other commissioners 1.'Ae \:-- "
appointed by Dictator Huerta to
attend as his representatives the
To bank here that affairs V
means your are
peace negotiations in Niagara Falls, : 71 fAT 1"J\G
in the custody of an old, experienced financial the commissioners steadfastly refusedto V #

institution, established in 1893.It accept the hospitality,of this gov- *; stands for the protection of life
ernment, or any one in the United
has been in business here continuouslysince States, and paid in cash for the pri- anJ property of American Citizens

its organization. The officers and direc- vate Pultman car Kissimmee in which thIllU everywhere!
they traveled from Fort Pierce on V
tors are men who know thoroughly the busi- anil
the Florida East Coast railroad to

ness needs and demands of our communitytheir Niagara.A the same Government protects
knowledge and advice is more cautious speaking or exclu- .
yours for the
sive party has never passed this way iiiri their finances when entrusted to

asking. _. on a mission as important as that on to this "National"
Hank, which is :
which they are coming.The
commission.is composed of Au under Government supervision ':. :-

gustin Rodriguez, one of the ablest ..1.;' -;...
lawyers of the Mexican republic; -. .
Emilo Rabasa, a former Mexican senator ",.-,.. '".. ..
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; and Luis Elguero, another law- '.. .'.. .
"... ... ,.
yer of more than Mexican renown; ;'" ....-:.. .hJ
2.itininnniiimitniiuunmuutnimimiiiniiniininininiiiimiii Senora Guadaloupe Rodriguez, wife '
of the head of the commission; the < Xlfjj
a four daughters of Commissioner Ra

E .iMMtititiiinmiMMimiMtMiimttiiitiimi. basa, Mercedes, Isabella, Conception i . ,
: and Ruth; secretary of the commis- '
.... .. ""
We Will Put the Reinsof : sion, Rafael Elguero, son of Commissioner '- .

Success in Your : guez, ,Gustavo Rafael Elguero,Capetillo;Galapin Attaches, Jesus and Luis Manuel Rodri-Ramirez .0'I .1 :"I I;:.. *; .. .. '. Nwi! ;; .. Do'I: it:

t Martinez del Campo, who has with

HandsHow him his wife and a five months old .. .
(. ': rV ,:!. '. :. '> :-.:-:. .. '.' .;:. :. V ''' .
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son, and two servants, Mexicans. ;: V '::" V .: V::_ : ;.:. <:, :: :t..; :":.IZ3UMMIMMMMIMMMMMMMIM : :
Newspaper have been barred
? By furnishing you with from the start, the secretary saying .
that they had not seen a newspaper
i a perfect Fertilize. Let our representative correspondent, nor given out one wordto '. . IHMimiitiMilllliU

; call on you. He will give you a : the press services since leaving MltMMHMIIMMMMttMMMMMMIMIiltMHMIttlttlittrHitlMMHtHi
Mexico City. The only
'formula that will make and mature : representative in the party newspaper is Ybarra,
of the New York Times, who went to :
your fruit : Havana and met the party, and is on : The Grand TheatreCOOLEST
Fi I II I the same train going back to Niagara, :
and he stated that he had been treat- '
ed courteously by all, but when he :
asked a pointed or a leading questionhe I

a T nm rn rtili r Co.ORLANDO I of the was shoulders met with, and a smile a turning and a of shrug the ,, SPOT IN TOWN

conversation pleasantly to matters relating
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA to the beauties of Florida, and
f i the wonders of the over-sea railroad.

ttllilittllMllltHIHilMMIiMMillMHIMMItHMHammond Local newspaper men at St. Augustine Coming Tuesday, May 19th, that great
were quietly informed they could
-i.- not see the commissioners as they
r were refusing to be interviewed, and $25,000 Prize Photo Play
the crowd contented itself with a peep
1 & GoreFUNERAL through the windows at the men who ,
represent in this country the man in
Mexico who demands salutation from "THE PERILS OF PAULINE"
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. this government in return for his salute
to the flag his men have spurned.In .

REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Jacksonville the party was met
by Stedman S. Hanks, sent doWn to
COMPARE this city by the secretary of state's The Fourth Episode. In two parts ,

office to meet the party and see that
they are cared for on the trip North.
Mr. Hanks stated to the representative

been accepted provide by the knowing quality furniture furniture buyers that has as long the officially of of the state connected Times-Union, nor was with that he the here he department is officially not Assite i t by J ("That" Match1eg l Orclie1raV

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make representing this governmentin
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof any respect, that his duties are
this business, and that means much to any buyer. solely to see to the comfort of the
party, and that he found this was be- Matinee 3:30: to 5:30: Night 7 to 10.
ing admirably looked after.
MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK, Rafael Capetillo, one of the attaches
seemed to be in of the
A Cor.Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. J i publicity program. of the charge commission, : Children 5c Adults lOc ..1
and he stated that he was not empow ;
'- filii ered to answer even yes or no to any

question without first submitting ito t '""" .' ........ .. ....... . ..
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Reducing Sale From bravest battle that was ever

i fought; murdered man, ten miles away, l :
Tuesday May 12th Shall I tell you where and when? Will hardly shake your peace, SlJri.lla[ n illill r
On the maps of the world you will
find it not Like one red stain upon your ; '
TOWednesday ; And a tortured child in a distant I :
It was fought by the mothers of

May 20th men. Will land never check one smile today, Our new line for the Spring '
and Summer season of 1914 is
Or bid a fiddle cease.
Nay, not with cannon of battleshot,
Best Values at Lowest Prices now complete. Never in the his-
With sword or noMer pen;
Nay, not with eloquent word or It comes along a little wire, tory of our business have we
USSESIAfflLTOfl&DUMAgents thought Sunk in a deep sea; been able to show such a line of
From mouths of wonderful men. It thins in the clubs to a little smoke, new and timely goods for Eas-
Between one joke and another joke; ter selling. Our line of Dress
for Barclay Corsets But in a walled-up woman's heart- For a city in flames is less than the I Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
Of women that would not yield, fire Ready-to-Wear goods and
McCall's Patterns But patiently, silently, bore her part That comforts you and me- notions is complete-the stylesare
Lo, there is that battlefield varied enough to suit
Play up, then, fiddles! Play, basson! the of ; with t
taste in ng
and the prices are
every ,
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.MIMMMfSILUMAN 44 No marshalling. troops, no bivouac The plains are soaked with red. every purchaser's i {ea of economy. To acr the
--0 cnnoNo Ten thousand slaughtered fools, out Easter trade we ar'the going to sell our np
REPORTED SAFE saying banner to gleam or wave; there, 1st until the 12t, 1 a0f April at 15 to
they "full power to act" And oh these battles, they last so Clutch at their wounds and taint cheaper than the
(Continued r. .
from page 1) It was indicated, however plarIte
that prices.more
Washington and late today they will might later make they long- the air, We will appreci. and than pleased
be the guests of the Spanish ambassador statement a more comprehensive From babyhood to the grave! And xxxx here is an excellent cartoon you our line if }"oUill I call on us.
at dinner. t
During their Yet, faithful still as a bridge of On what the Kaiser said.
journey through the i A number of
southern states from Key West the over this state are delegates in Nashville from this all She stars fights, in her walled-up town. (FROM "THE WINE-Alfred PRESS"Noyes.) N'\
Huerta N'w
delegates have
received several week attending the meeting of the H1 KLNNER York Bar ain tOl
delegations of newspaper men I National Southern Baptist Fight on and on in the endless wars, I { r
conven Then silent, unseen, down. If is not delivered I
but their lips have been sealed beyond tion. goes your paper
{ -Joaquin Miller. promptly, don't fail to notify the office 1 '1IIItl't'lllltlttl'tt" t''