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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 19, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. NUMBER 81. .

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. GOVERNMENT DOESN'iEIIPECTiNRi f rH STORY Of FEARFUL l S SUFFERING[ JUDGE CASTIGATES B BOOSTERS ij [ LEAVE V[ f FOR AUTO I TOUR U UTO 10,000 ij ij BUILDING FOR

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AND DEATH\ AT SA[ MIAMI AND RETURN I
DST E LIVE[ B BURNS II I
CIVIC r
PURPOSES f I IS


H HUERTA f 1 A Will RESIGN f HIS OFFICE f ,Survivors by Revenue From Cutter Columbian Seneca Picked and Up FROMTHE[ BENCH Large Down Party, the Start East on Coast Week's in Trip I! RECOMMENDED[


Carried to Halifax Touring Cars

PREPARING TO DEAL WITH j I CITY Will BEGIN[ TO lAY BRICK SAYS FAMOUS SLEUTH IS I .

Halifax, N. S., May .-The United AFTER MONEY AND NOT About seventy-five Orlando Good COMMITTEE FROM BOARD
HIM AS FACTOR IN THE IN SHORT TIM[ States revenue cutter Seneca arrived I Road Boosters left yesterday morningon OF TRADE MAKES RE. .
SEEKING TO LEARN
SITUATION here today with the four survivors of i an automobile trip from this cityto
PORT REGARDING
the burned steamer Columbian, whom THE TRUTH Miami. The cars were all gaily

I I Bond Attorneys Have Given Order she picked up from their small boat, decorated in the typical green ,and PROPOSITION

WIll UNO MORAL AI010 REBELS[ [ for the Bonds to Be forty miles south of Sable island at Orange colrs of the cty and also car-

Printed 10 o'clock yesterday morning. A wireless BRIBERY[ INVESTIGATION[ \ IS BEGUN ried banners on which were inscribed I

message from Captain Johnson i I the words "Orlando Good Road Boos- I. Will BE PUSHED U TO t CONSUMMATION
AND WILL DEPEND UPON THEM yesterday told of the rescue. Little ters." The tour has been gotten up
Street Commissioner Johnson and
TO PRESS HUERTA TO THE could be learned today from the exhausted IX CHARGING GRAND JURY SAID by members of the Orlandw Board of
the other bers of the
me city
WALL AND OUT OF THE PRO. mission have seen worried com- sailors of their experience, SUCH MEN WERE MENACETO Trade, and especially by V. W. Estes, BELIEVED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
a good beyond the fact that they had been John M. Cook, Gray Rush and others. WILL SELL PROPERTY -
PRESIDENCY OF deal JUSTICE AND INDIGNATION -
VISIONAL by inquii s as to when the work
tossed helplessly by the seas since The trip will cover about 700 miles AT FAIR VALUATION
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of brick ; would AROUSED
THAT REPUBLIC pavi f begin. They May 4, when fire on the Columbian and will be by way of Sanford, DeLan -

f I have been unz ,ie to answer this question I drove them into their small boat. WAS JUST Daytona, New Smyrna, Titus- AND HANDSOME
with sort of definiteness because STRUCTURE BUILT
4 Washington, May 18.-SpeCial.-1( ) any There were fifteen men in the craft ville, Cocoa, Melbourne, Fort Pierce,
they were awaiting the decision I I when left the Columbian. Eleven West Palm Beach Fort Lauderdaleand
Despite the many they Atlanta, Ga., May 18.-Caustic I
of the bond Dillon
attorneys Thompson
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that Huerta is willing to resign under companions died of hunger and exposure criticism of the methods employed by Miami. Dinner was eaten at That an effort will be made on the
& of New York
Clay, to
certain conditions this govern- pass and the four emaciated men "certain detectives" in their investigations Daytona and the stop for the nightwas part of the city to purchase from the
the validity of the issue.
ment has received nothing to substan- upon taken aboard the revenue cutter were in connection with the case of made at Melbourne. The return county commissioners the site where
The commissioners have receivedthe
tiate them and in fact regards them almost unconscious.The Leo M. Frank, under sentence of trip will be over a different route. the county jail now stands, off Or-
news, however, that the attorneys
with suspicion as indicating that the i Columbian belonged to the Ley- death here for the murder of :Mary The towns along the way have offered -- ange avenue, for the erection of a
have authorized the printing of the
Mexican dictator is trying to throw land Line and was en route from Ant- Phagan, was made here today by the best of assistance and entertainment handsome civic building is likely in
onds, and this is taken as an indication -
dust in the administraton's eyes. werp to New York with a miscellaneous Judge Ben II. Hill of the superior i for the travelers and all I view of a report made to the Board of
that it will be possible within a
It is positively known that neither cargo when the fire started at court in his charge to the grand jury. : anticipate a very pleasant outing Trade last night by a special committee -
very short time for them to proceed I
this government, the A. B. C- mediators midnight on May 3. The crew had In calling the attention of the grand and expect the result will be a great appointed some time ago to investigate -
with the work. The contract for the i II
nor the Huerta representativesto brick has been made, and whenever I time only to launch their three boats. jury to certain charges and counter- help to the good road interests of the the proposition.The .

the peace party have anything the word is given for the shipmentof One of these contained thirteen men charges of alleged bribery, fraud and state. committee, composed of Messrs.H. .

from Huerta indicating his intention material to begin it will not require and the body of the chief stewardwas coercion, the outgrowth of the Frank The roster of the party holds the L Beeman, J. N. Bradshaw and S.

4 of submitting to any proposition much time for the commissioners picked up by the Franconia on case, Judge Hill spoke of "famous following names: Gray Rush, J. B. S. Griffin, reported that after considering

which Includes his resignation.It to begin to make a showing 01he May 5. The same day the Manhattan sleuths" and declared detectives of Calder, James A. Knox, John Cook, several available sites and securing -

is definitely known that the ad- city streets. picked up another boat carrying thir- this class were seeking "not the truth James DeLaneIrs.. L C. Massey prices on the same that the .

ministration believes that Huerta teen men but money and notoriety." lie char- Mrs. Beardall, Arthur Butt conclusion had been reached that the

will not resign, at least under circumstances Hope for the third boat had been acterized the "famous sleuths" as "a !. with his wife adn child, Miss Florence jail site was the best location for sucha

I which would be accepted NEGRO[ O OFFICER[R HlD[ FOR SECOND[ abandoned until the message from the menace to justice" and said that the Shine, Clark Robertson, Miss L building, and it was further recom-

by the United States. This government Seneca was received.A "indignation of the people was justly Dority, Miss Juanita Moore, Miss L. mended that a building to cost ap

is proceeding on the basis that DEGREE[ [[ MURDER R [R single cask of water stowed in aroused by their activities." Daughtre, T. W. Mathews and wife, proximately $60,000 be erected there-

the United States troops will be keptin the stern of the craft soon was ex- Judge Hill instructed the grand Miss Chapman, H. H. Dickson, W. E. upon, provided the site could be pro-

Mexico for a long time. It is already Saturday Night Shooting Scrape at hausted, but fortunately rain fell and I jury to make rigid examination into Martin and wife, Mrs. Sidney Ives, cured at a reasonable cost. A bond I

giving serious study to the the men suffered less from thirst than I the charges of alleged bribery and Master Ives, MrsD.. C. Thompson, issue to cover the cost was also rec ..
Eatonville Results Fatally for fraud that had out of the Mrs. S. A. Johnson Mr. Alf ommended.The .
question of moving men into the hills I from hunger. One hundred pounds of grown Bumby
for the rainy season, and further- Alfred Dangerfield hardtack furnished their only food. Frank case. It is expected that ex- and wife, Tom Abernethy, Mr. Per- jail site is near the center of

s more, day by day it is becoming more This was used up the first week. amination of witnesses in this con- rine, Charles Rock, Joseph Meister:: the city and is one of the most beau-

interested in the affairs of the consti- Eatonville, between Orlando and Day after day the men made des- nection will begin about the middleof man, J. Ammann, C. Kennison, W. H. tiful in Orlando. The selection of

tutionalists and is more anxious that .Maitland, one of the few negro municipalities perate efforts to attract the atten- this weekCARSON Brokaw, A. L. Beck, 0. K. Brookhard, the committee will probably meet

they shall hasten their advance on in Florida, was the scene I tion of passing ships. W. T. Daetwyler, and J. Newell.. with general approval. It is rather

Mexico City and thus remove Huerta. of a fatal shooting Saturday night .I MAKES DAMAGING ADMISSIONS A similar trip was made last year generally agreed that the center of

This government fact, is on the when a police officer, Isham Jones, With hope of rescue fast vanishing ON STAND from this city to St. Petersburg and town is not the proper place for the
.1 they lost One week from
courage.
verge of giving active aid to the con- shot Alfred Dangerfield.A Denver, Colo., May 18.-(Special.) many of the ladies and gentlemenwho jail, and that the bastile should occu-
the day they left the ship one of the
stitutionalists, if it has not already party had teen in progress dur- -Captain Edward F. Carson of TroopA went on that trip are starting py such a desirable site has been sub-

done By this act it is not meant ing the evening at the town hall aid 1 I men salt died. Some of the men drank Colorado National Guard, admitted again today. The party will return ject for comment for many years. .
water and of them became
the one I II
that United States troops will be as the hour grew late the booze began I insane and soon afterward died. on the witness stand before the court the last of the week and probablywill The committee in charge of the

sent into the field to help the rebel to get in its work and some of i I I martial at Golden today that soldiers not reach home until Friday or matter was continued in order to pur-

forces. The aid they are to be given the festive revelers began to grow One by one they gave up until only looted the Ludlow tent colony on the Saturday. sue the matter further and carry it,

will be active moral and diplomatic quarrelsome. Dangerfield, it appears, i:II five remained. Peter Triel died as night the colony burned, causing the if possible, to conclusion.J. .

support of this government, and if was one of these and he had some j I I aid was in sight. Chief Officer Teire, death of two women and eleven chit l H. Reese reported on behalf of

certain contingencies now in prospect words with the officer and the argument I I an Englishman, twenty-two years old, dren. Carson declared that he saw CANDIDATES BEGIN lAST lAP Df the committee appointed to solicit

develop it may go considerably far- warmed,as it proceeded, result- said today: soldiers and civilians carrying away funds to aid in the construction of the

ther. ing in the shooting.The "I had just got on the Columbian's all kinds of property, including clothing RACE[ FOR CONGRESS[ Orlando-Indian river highway, that

This haste on the part of the United wounded man was shot in the bridge at midnight May 3 with no umbrellas, jewelry and blankets the amount pledged by the Board of

States is accentuated by the ever increasing leg and the thigh, and did not succumb i I signs whatever of fire on board when belonging to strikers. Troop A com Trade had been subscribed, and that

suspense regarding the fate until he was being brought to :" there came a series of explosions. prised 130 men, who all but eight I Will Put in This Week on the East the committee would proceed this

of Parks, Silliman, and Doster, and town by Sheriff Gordon, who was One, I think, was a bunker explosion were hired mine guards and mine I Coast Speaking From week to collect the money and place

by the possibility of trouble with the I summoned to the scene shortly after I which almost tore the ship in two." clerks, according to the roster submitted Many Stumps I it to the credit of the fund. Mr.

federal gunboats which are now cruis- midnight, death being due probablyto to the legislature- by- General I Reese complimented Mr. Charles Lord

ing the eastern coast. loss of blood. The man expired in I PENSACOLA LEADS IN EXPORTS Chase. Strike leaders are active for his good work in securing subscriptions -
the car, and after giving the I Titusville, May 18.-According to
body I FOR MONTH OF APRIL throughout Colorado, Wyoming and to the fund.A .
over to the undertaker the sheriff Utah. They declare if President Wil- the itinerary arranged by the cam
SIX HUNDRED AMERICANS telegram received from Attorney
I ,was
LEAVE MEXICO CITY returned and arrested Jones. I According to the report of J. F. C. son withdraws federal troops before paign committee of the fourth con- Louis C. Massey, who was absent -

The accused man was given a hear- Griggs, collector of customs for the some; settlement is made nothing on gressional district, the last week o:f in Jacksonville, that he was un-

t ing yesterday before the coroner's j district of Florida, Pensacola again earth can hold back the miners. joint campaigning by the candidates
Mexico 18. able at this time to the
City, May -(Special.)- report on
for from this
district will
jury, Judge Martin presiding, and the ;led congress
all Florida ports in exports for
A' train carrying six hundred American brick rates, which he had been engaged -
following citizens acting as a jury the NEITHER begin here with speeches from all o f
: month of April. Pensacola GEN. CARR.XZ.OR
refugees left the city this morn | exports : by a committee on behalf of
Messrs. W. L Van Duzor foreman I the candidates tonight. The candidates
ing for Puerto Mexico, where the ref ; j for the month amounted to VILLA ACCEPTABLE the Board of Trade to look into with
ugees will take a transport for the Frank Gallatin, Andrew Arnold, L H. j $1,094,862, while the exports from all Washington, May 18.-Gen. Huerta began their campaign on May a view to getting the matter before
Walsea, J. D. Frye, and R. G. Pierce. I Florida 4th with a meeting at St. Cloud andby
United States. | ports totaled $2,771,579, indicating has authorized the Mexican mediation the Interstate Commerce Commis-
The hearing consumed most of the I that nearly half of the submit his the itinerary the campaign will
exports delegates to resignation in sion. Mr. M. 0. Overstreet stated
day, and the and town councilas come to an official close at Key Wes t
THE WEATHER mayor I from Florida for the month of April case such a course is necessary to a that he knew that the question was
well as a number of the citizens, passed through the port of Pensacola.For settlement in peace negotiations. This next Saturday night- I being vigorously pursued and that a
'
I
all negroes, testified. The officer who I the month of April The aspirants for the fourth district -
Florida: Partly cloudy, with probably Tampa came was stated positively in dispatches today report would probably be forthcoming -
t i local showers Tuesday and i did the shooting claimed that he had i,' next to Pensacola in exports and Fer- from a thoroughly competent diplomatic seat speak at Fort Pierce tomorrow soon.
fired in self defense, and a revolverwas I nandina was third. source in Mexico night, West Palm Beach
to The
City one committee appointed to secure
Wednesday. found upon the dead man with I I I Exports from the various ports of of the foreign representatives here Wednesday night, Fort Lauderdale a site for the Curry cigar factory reported -

.Y two cartridges fired and two snapped, the state for April were as follows: and confirms intimations given by j; Thursday night, Miami Friday night progress, having raised a con-
BASEBALL RESULTS which seemed to substantiate his : Pensacola and Key West Saturday night, May
$1,094,862 friends of the
---------------- delegates here yester- j siderable part of the funds necessaryto
claim. There were witnesses who declared -i I Tampa ---_______________ 481,355 day. 23. purchase the site on South street,

National League however, that the dead man I Fernandina ----__________ 430,139 According to this information from upon which the factory will be erect-

Pittsburg 1, Boston 4. had no pistol, and that this evidence I! Key West -----__________ 320,997 Mexico City, Huerta at first authorized j ST. CLOUD FARMER STRUCK BY ed.

Chicago 4, Philadelphia 2. had been planted. Attorney Carl B. ,Jacksonville ----_________ 142,578 the delegates to discuss only the jl I i LIGHTNING AND KILLED In spite of the rainy 'weather a

St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 0. Robinson appeared for the accused i i i, Port Inglis -_____________ 142,000 question of the Tampico conflict lead- 'I goodly crowd assembled at the Boardof

Cincinnati 10, New York 5. man, and Solicitor Wilber L Tilden ;,I Boca Grande --___________ 102,500 ing to the American occupation of !.1 A special from Kissimmee, dated Trade rooms last night, and the
American League represented the stateThe jury j!i Apalachicola Sunday, :
Vera Cruz. Later the says
I ------------- 26,394 Mexican dicta- session was interesting. Col. J. N.
New York 2, St. Louis 4. 'bound Jones over on the charge of St. Andrews --___________ 12,579 tor, it is explained, came to recognizethe "Andrew Simmons, a well known I(I Bradshaw presided in the absence of

Boston 2, Detroit 0. second degree murder. j jCarrabelle --_____________ 12,004 necessity of a broader settlementand farmer, living about four miles south- I the president, Mr. Seth Woodruff, and

Washington 3, Cleveland 2. ( Miami -----______________ 6,171 then conveyed to the delegates east of Kissimmee, on the road to St. the vice-president, Mr. James L.
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 1. The Clarendon garage and laundry I : Cloud, was instantly killed by bolt
I i' assurances that he was prepared to' a I Giles, both of whom were out of the
t Federal League I building in Seabreeze were destroyed Total down should this found of lightning which struck him during
I -----------------$2,771,579 step course be city.
Pittsburg 4, Chicago 9. by fire early Tuesday morning. Nothing s I During April Tampa led all Florida necessary by them. a storm of unusual severity late Sat I

Brooklyn 9, Indianapolis 6. I I was saved frome either of the !'ports' in imports of dutiable and un- The problem causing chief concernto urday afternoon. I The Times-Union
Buffalo 3, St. Louis 6. j structures. The fire i says: Superintendent
started in the
I i i ijoil dutiable articles. Pensacola
"The
j was see- diplomats in Mexico City now is' unfortunate man was workingon Sidney Smith start-
Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2. I'I room of the garage. The con- !"and in imports of undutiable arti- that of the form of administration to his farm when the storm broke, 'I ed what promises to be yesterday the beginning
'
Southern League .I ants: of the garage at a conservative des, Jacksonville taking first place be established during the interim be- and so severe was it that before he i and nucleus of a future zoological
Birmingham 6, Memphis 2. : estimate are placed at between:1 for this class of
imports. Pensacola'simports fore reached safe
a constitutionally elected president -' a place he was struck. garden for Jacksonville in Springfieldpark.
Mobile 5, Atlanta 3New I i $12,000 and $14,000, on part of ;, during April were all duty I could assume office. No intima- i "Mr. Simmons is well known in this .

Orleans 6, Nashville 2. I j: which there is no insurance, and the i j i free and amounted to $63,668.Pensacola I Ii tions concerning the name of a possi- section and his wife and family of
Chattanooga 5, Montgomery 3. buildings at $15,000. The automo- ] Times.
j Me successor to Huerta were con- six children have the heartfelt sym- The bond election held in Miamia
South Atlantic League biles were the property of E. D. Pot- tained in the this pathy of the entire "
dispatch
subjects community. few days ago for bonding the city
Columbus 7, Augusta 2. ter, a handsome Pope-Hartford, S- I Used pianos for sale at low being one in which it would be neces- :: Mr. Simmons was well known in for four hundred thousand dollarswas

Jacksonville 5, Charleston 4. Haight, a Pierce-Arrow and George and easy terms at Curtis & O'Neal's sary to consult opinion of constitutionalist Orlando and had property in Oranj'e carried by an overwhelming majority -
Savannah 2 Macon
8.
Newell Buick make.
book and music
store.
and other leaders in Mexico. county. I .

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i Orlando's Lies! Store Company "Qualily Did It"




{ 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
a better bargains to offer. Our stockroom has been gone over, and an entirely new lot of bargains put out.
No lack of goods; we can run a high pressure sale for months, as far as stock and low prices 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
i sold them and lived.


Now is Your Chance and Opportunity1 This is a Fact


WHETHER YOU REALTZE IT OR NOT.

The Dry Goods and Notion Department is stocked with the- The Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department will dress you better,
best in largearsortments.. for less money,than any store in Florida, barring none.
The Millinery Department is full of the newest. Headwear
r bargains.The The Gents'. Furnishing Department is putting out wonderful Prices cut to pieees.

The Corset Department has the highest grade, best styles,
e Shoe Department is going crazy on low prices. lowest prices, ever put over the counter.

The Household Department can, and will give you anythingfor
The Grocery Department is selling groceries cheaper than 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.

_t J- We have inaugurated the popular Hour Sales for one hour every morning, II
from 10 to 11 o'clock, and every afternoon from 3 to 4 o'clock.Ve will have a
GREAT SPECIAL OUT AT RIDICULOUS PRICES.


FOR TUESDAY MORNING. HOUR SALEWe

offer Best Grade 10 and 12 I-2c. Ginghams all new patterns 8 yds to Customer, for one hour 5c. yard ,


; FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON. HOUR SALE

: One lot Brand New Colored Figured Lawns, Batistes, etc. Beau- 7P
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ITEMS | A new concrete step has been J. D. Mahr, of Bay Ridge, was in I . IMM . MMMIMMMIIIIMillMMMBeck
placed at the front entrance to the town last Tuesday on business and
I
(From the Apopka News) I postoffice in this place. W. L Pan- made the News a pleasant call Mr.

L .D. Geiger, of this place went to I 1 nell did the work. Mr. Pannel is Mahr is in the poutry business and i &

Orlando Tuesday last. 2 making for himself a reputation in is purchasing the material to enlarge :I PaynesCash

What about-Apopka? We have got' i this town for doing first class work in his plant. Come again. We like to1:
the materiaL Who'se got the grit. t the concrete business. meet our patrons. I

Miss Luka left on a business trip i
One of Apopka's old-time settlers,
on Tuesday to Orange Grocery
City.J. J. D. Dorsett, of North Carolina, who COMMITTEE TO MEET
W. Jackson, of Orlando in
was
I lived here about twenty-five years There will be a meeting of the I
town Monday.Don't ago, was the guest of J. R. Womble, Orange County Democratic '

sit on the fence. Come downon the first of the week.A tive Committee at the court Execu'I'I I

Darkness the side of means improvements.DIRTLightmeans Uneeda BiscuitA meeting of the stockholders of Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, I STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES[ [

cleanliness. Let's have elec- clean the Apopka Publishing Co., was held 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the I

tric lights.Dr. crisp, nutri- in the company's office on Satur- purpose of meeting the inspectors and
tious food. For day night Business of importancewas clerks appointed to conduct the pri-
C. M. McCall, Misses Nellie
everybodyevery- transacted. Meeting adjourneduntil mary election on June 2nd, and trans-
and Ruby Wilson motored to Orlan- Nice stock. White Rose
where. Fresh in the new
do last Tuesday. Thursday, May 14. acting any other business which may

Mrs. Lula G. Connell, of Winter moisture-proof pack. By all means let us have a good, come before it. brand Canned goods Fox River But-
Garden, arived Saturday. She is a age 5 cents. well equipped 'high school in every SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. i

guest of Mrs. A. C. Starbird. county. Well educated boys and JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary.
Orlando, Fla., May ter "Pride" the highest butter-
6,1914.iiMiiiiiiiiniitiiiaii grade
Work was begun on the repairs of girls are worth more to the United ; ,

the State Bank Wednesday. J. R. States than two countries like Mex
ine. Call and cash
ico.Editor. prices.
Womble has the work in charge. - - - - - I get our

Mrs. E. Lee Smith and her sou, Under the management of Miss : \ '
For Sale
Jesse B., enjoyed an, automobile ride ,McGee, Miss Scott, Mrs. Calvert and :

to Orlando and return, last Tuesday. others, the Presbyterian church was ; 11 West Robinson AvenuetiMMHIIMtlllllMMMIIHHttMMIMHIMCHiltU

Miss Kathaleen Mitchell returnedto most artistically decorated with I Ipa'ms I have the following

her home in New York, via Jacksonville ferns, greens and Easter lillies
properties which I offerat
and St. Augustine, last Mon- ZuZuThe for the graduation exercises.
ATTRACTIVE PRICES .
day.Miss Mrs. :Mary Calvert and daughter,
L of prior to going north:
Neighbour
Zephyr funny little name Louise, came up from Orlando, to be
Hills, Pasco county, is here on a visit, of the famous little present at the graduation exercises. One California Bungalow -

much to the delight of all the other I ginger snap that puts Mrs. Calvert is indeed justly proudof ; one two-story house

neighbors.Mr. 1 fresh "snap" and"ginger" her fine young son, Knox, who (corner lot.) Intending
H. C. Comer, of Ocoee, andJ. will do well
into jaded I acquitted himself so splendidly at buyers to get
.
Norris of Orlando business .
were
in
appetites. 5 cents. his graduation.The touch with me on
visitors to Apopka Thursday.Mr. .
callers at The News' office above properties, whichare
W. L. Pannell, our sidewalk
for the past week are: J. D. Maher, both new and well
contractor
went to Orlando Thurs- :
4e Misses Mabel and Lillian Starbird, located.

day.Mrs. Bishop T. J- Bryant, of the African
G. Turner arrived home on
Freewill church Harry Hewett, Tal-
FRED B. DALE
Thursday from a few days' visit to ;
Orlando.No madge Wiley, R. B. Addison, of the Just arrived car load

Orlando Business College, I. I. Turner, I
community can do its duty% 306 ANDERSON STREET
y W. L. Pannell and A. J. Walker and I FORDS for immediate -
the commonwealth which neglects its
Eddie Holmes. PHONE 376 '
municipal responsibilities.Mr. delivery.Get
J. B. Turner of Tuscallossa, .. llo.a..I..I..II. II .
seed from DeLa-
Ala., is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. Buy jour garden
I ney & Abemethy. Just received a yours now
Witherington.Mr. big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13-tf
W. McCloud returned Tuesday GRAHAM CRACKERS
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SUMMER 1 TIME IS F. G. RUSH,
from a week's visit to his son, Gay, The Natural sweet- To THE WEST i
at Pensacola. ,
Phone 226
ness and nutrimentof FLY TIME
Moss-backs, has-beens, pessimistsand VIA I
the wheat
are retained -
sore-heads will vote against the I I, Are those windows screen

bonds. delightful, giving flavor.thema SEMINOLE[ LIMITED i ed yet? Patented detachable ,

Mr. Jack Lovell and family have ; I hangers used on all i

rented the Jackson cottage on FourthSt. xo cents. I Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm screens. No ladder needed .
., and Alabama Ave. jAr Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm to take off or put on
Buy biscuit baked by .Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L 9:00 pm when
washing windows. -
Mrs. Mary Brandy, of Jackson-
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. CL.1110 pm
ville, with her little son, is visitingher ,Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am WALDRON 1
NATIONAL R.J.
sister, Mrs. Ada Lovell.A. ,Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am "H
BISCUIT JAr Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am Contractor and Builder :H: v :
C. Starbird and wife and Mrs. COMPANY JAr Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
Lula G. Connell, of Winter Garden, I Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am 410 West Street
who is visiting Mrs. Starbird, motored Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
Always look for that name ;Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm 11' 116ellttI..I. .JII. ..1 --- -,
"to Orlando last .
Monday.Mr. iAr Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm _
Burke, of Hampton and Burke :Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm ....' . I wawaaawraI
Electrical Engineering contracts of Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm
Tampa, are in town investigating the country. Which would be worth Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 mAr I
electric lighting St Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05: am ForSaIeModern i
proposition.A. more to the nation-the war or one $
W- Walker is to build a fence of these-Dade City Banner. Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C_____ 1:38 am JJ"urfllflino.Pfmt
,Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C_______ 3:20 am --
around his lot on Orange street, pre- Mr. A. W. Walker and sister, Miss Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am I
paratory to clearing it up and start- Claudia, have arrived from Spring- Ar KankaKee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am 8-room :
ing the trucking business. Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am When ever you are looking for Fine Stationery -
field, Tennessee to make this place
General Tibbets has bought the their permanent home. They will Solid Through Trains-Composed of t House 2 doors : Late Books and Music Victor and

property on the corner of 4th St. build on Orange street. They are at observation, compartment, drawingroom -
and Central Avenue. He wil at once .present located at the Merrill section, sleeping cars, and !-ee west of Wyom- : lEd is on. Talking Machines and Records All
chair between Jacksonville
reclining cars, -
erect a building. House. ,' and Chicago, and Jacksonville ing Hotel. Bargain : jkinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
Mr. and :Mrs. Anderson Fudge, of By agreement of most of the bus-I nd St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. '

, Plymouth, were in town Monday iness men the various stores of this harp to a Grand Piano Office Supplies and
transferring coin to local For f Lets and Pullman car reser- !
our mer- town will be closed __ _
every Thursday ations all
,
chant's on MM ZHHHiiMZZZZ 'the latest idea in postal cards.
gratification.Mr.
afternoon, commencing May 21st,:W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
Grigsby and wife of Cleveland, 1914 and or A. L. I
ending Oct. 1st, 1914- S. Bentley :
Tenessee, who have been on a visit S. Cunningham and S. W. Eldredge D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, ; W. S. BRANCH

to their brother, Mr. W. McCloud, have not signed the compact. Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line, 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE | j ,
,
left
Monday morning for home. I The Arcade Book and Music Store
Whilst the City Fathers are consid ..II.IIIII.llillllll. ..

ering the wisdom of election I
an for .
bonds, the matrimonial bonds are being ..., .II..I..III. .... AI\J ,. tt.I.lllllle.'II' II'III"I'
taken without ., I till. iiiinnmintiiiiMMiiiMMiitiOrlando I m t t"II Ii 0 I J I' t+'
up any argumentsSee. Louisville & Nashville R. R.


Miss Scott, of Boston, Mass., who Bank & Trust Co
has been spending the past winter in

Palatka,' is being most charmingly j'L''N'i Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

McGee.In entertained. by her friend, :Miss Ella !


spite of the importation of foreign RESOURCES
bread (Marion Low Round Trip Summer
County) our local Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

bakery reports sales exceeding Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

their first expectations. Patronize Tourist Rates Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
home
industries. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
Miss Eva McQuarters, a former: JACKSONVILLE TO Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
Apopka High School teacher, now
in St. Louis ........$27.75 Chicago: .. ...... 143.50 Cincinnati .. ....$33.00
teaching Orlando, was among the DemerColorado.. .. .... 68.60 St. Paul ... .. ..58.75 Louisville. .... 31.50 $904,906.09
visitors to the graduation exercises Sprints 58.CO Duluth ... .. ... fl.St KnoiTille ... ...21.40
Salt Lake CityYellowstone .. 1UO Winnipeg .. .... 7S.75 Evantville.. .. .3%.%$ LIABILITIES
last Friday night. ..... 78.00 Toronto. .. ... 48.90 Indianapolis. .. 3WO
Mrs. A. M. Starbird and her three I ,Portland .. .... 106.00 Montreal. .. ..55.45 French Lick .. .. 35.20 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
.. .. ... .. .. .. ....
'' daughters, Mabel, Lillian and Mar- Lot Seattle Angeles .. ..106.00 SJ.SO Mackiaac Petosaer ..... 53.00 51.58 Toledo Detroit.. ...... 41.10 43.50 Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

guerite, are going to visit Mrs. Star- San Francisco ... 8J.50 Buffalo. .... .47.40 Mammoth Cave ..5J.S8 Bills payable . . . . . . . None
Cltdtr Park .... 82.75 Niatara Falls .. 47.4) ChtuUuqna. ... 47.40

23rd bird's of parents this month.at Lake Butler the Low rates to other points in Colorado, California and Canada Deposits II. . II. . . . 770,793.72 .

Mrs. A. M..Starbird and daughters, Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Pro- Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

Mabel,. Lillian and Marguerite, wentto portionate low rates from other points in the State.

Lake Butler last Wednesday to Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 30. Return limit Oct. $904,906.09

visit Mrs. Starbird's mother and sis- 31, 1914-

'kjji and other friends. VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT LAKE- COLORADO Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

A building permit was granted by SPRINGS, ETC Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
the city council to B. F. Wilson for

the erection of a store on Fourth Si, Going through St. Louis, Returning through Chicago, or Vice Increase in 37 days . . . . 121iU8.81Deposits

..near Midland depot to be used for Versa.' Liberal stop-overs on all Tickets. Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

general merchandise.A. ..' ,_ THE ATTRACTIVE WAY Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
C. Starbird .
spent Monday and --
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST
Tuesday in Orlando attending the Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34Increase
the meetings of the County Commis 1htve fcblid through trains daily-Choice of three different routes

sioners. Bids for the proposed new Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L & of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
brick loads were received\ last Mon- N. Dining Cars. No better dining car ser ice. Fast time. Rock The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
Ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated bookletson
dat. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
all summer tourist resorts, rates, sleeping car reservations and
The expense of a war with Mexico other information, address friends and customers for making such a statement pos
would be sufficient to erect one sible.
IL C. BRETNEY FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
high school
building in every county ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK .
in the United States, or to build sev 131 West Bay Street (Telephone 167.) Jacksonville, Fla

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South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch.) The Department of Agriculture estimates '''::

AND WEEKLY Orlando will open a school for a FARMERS[ !!.To 1 fARM that the nation's wheat crop .
study of the Bryan primary law.- I.
'' JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. this year will break all records byI.

I.&>. Times-Union. reaching 630,000,000 of bushels, a
Four Immigrants Take Hold of Tract
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida fifth larger than last and a : !
year
.ttf. u Second Class Mail Matter. Remember that you can be almostas in Leon County and Make I.
half greater than the year before. 1:
;:r good a "good roads booster" while I'
Wonderful Showing
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'he wheat acreage this year is over
f.: Daily 1 Year .........................$3.00 remaining at home, as you can while :
+ Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 touring the Whateveryou three and a half millions greater
E Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 over country. Tallahassee, Fla., May 18.-In Jan- than that of last year. The state of :
Daily 1 Month ....................... 50 I are, don't be a knocker. j
i, uary four Greeks, associated under I Kansas alone expects to harvest almost : Fans are Apt to be

weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 the name of D. Barkis & Co., came to I a fifth of the country's crop, :
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7i Considering our present school the condition of which the
Tallahassee from Michigan, bought I first of I
muddle it might be well to have a
Good
f TO ADVERTISERS: clear understanding as to how many 105; acres of land two miles north of the month was 59.9 per cent last year : Clothes FansA

3' the city, and immediately began toI and an average of 85.5 for 10 years. ::
hours a day the instructors are to I
F Copy for display and all :her hand-let improve it for truck farmingThe I j I t is the best May report that the :: -
!. advertuinj mutt be handed is at the tusincH work and who is to sign the war-
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. place was without houses, in a department has sent out in 23 years I man who

; the to chances day before for publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it 1s rants. badly neglected condition, and they i, and is a matter of great satisfaction : can afford to _

I. in..riahl.. and will be strictly adhered to. The New York Times things the have had a great deal of work to do. j jto! people generally who know that : spend the time to

But despite this they are now har- good crops mean prosperity. The : take in the games'
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued most annoying phrase in common use
f: should Irish beans onions I country has been and will can usually afford
notify the office in riling en the is "hold the line vesting potatoes, posperous :
t the date of expiration, otherwise it will be on telephone ,
continued at the regular subscription rates, but we think the "Who's this?" fiend squash, cucumbers, cabbage and find- continue to be so in spite of the ca- to spend the money
until notice to atop u received. ing a profitable market in the city. lamity talk of politicians who are : to be well dressed.To .
has got the other beat a mile for '
i They have these vegetables and tomatoes short-sighted in these times when : the man who can 4 ,;

l TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1911.l both nerve and* impoliteness.. coming on for succession there is promise of enough to feed I afford to wear good

throughout the summer. Within a the country's millions and plenty to : clothes we com ; '
The dressmakers in convention Captain Alfred Brown has lately t
assembled
mend
z few weeks they will be supplying the spare for sale abroad which will mean : especially the
have decided not to have the swam through the entire length of
1 1 market with cantaloupes and watermelons I money coming this wey. Business : new styles in our
waist line above the arms or below the Panama Canal- We have not
I their of each has much which to feel I
encourI
crops being very I over
the knee.t been informed as to whether he paid
promising. They also have crops of aged.-Advocate (Greensville, 0.)
tolls or sailed through free of charge UARTSCIIAFFNER
t corn, peanuts, and sweet potatoes.
he to be Amer-
because
: The dispatches from the war cor- happened an
e ican. They believe in variety and are seeK- TO THE PATRONS OF TilE OR. : :
respondents seem likely to consist
ing to introduce several new vegeta- LANDO POSTOFFICE ::
1. *
t mostly of descriptions of Mexican jail
f interiors. The Times-Union has an advertis- bles from their native country. They Hon Claude L'Engle, Congressman ::
have also set out a large bed of as- at Washington, D. Chas requested
0 ing contest containing the picturesof applicants for appointment to the ___
which vegetable the True
paragus one
A new world's record has been thirty or forty Jacksonville busi- postmastership at Orlando to have & MARX id
Democrat has often asserted be
made in the high jump Long jumping ness men and the Tampa Tribune puton can their supporters write him personal
made to make Tallahassee as famousas letters, advocating their choice, in-
t is in a somewhat simlar contest con-
more practical helping tot .
Sanford for its celery. instead of the applicants sending pe-
dodge automoblies. taining the faces of the Presidents of titions. I therefore ask my friends H ClO1tltSThe"re 111
Another industry to which they are
-I- o the United States. Both were unique to do me this favor, as I desire the

The corrupt practices act makes it and interesting. Of course the T. U. giving particular attention is the appointment. I have been a patronf than
growing of silk worms. They are this office all my life, and have always more
f difficult for the eleventh hour campaign pictures were more modern in makeup
adept in this business, having been been a consistent and progres- good clothes, thatis
I artist to get in his work. Let a mighty fine looking lot of sive Democrat. the fabrics
regularly engaged in it in their native while
t. the stab-in-the-back fellow beware. men, but could not compare with Respectfully, all-wool and !
country. They claim that silk are :
I
J. C. HULL
: o the Tribune faces In general interest. I
worms can be produced here within d3t-wlt. the tailoring always 11 I
l The other day a steamer sailed George Washington Kennedy is quitea I ; I 1
of the highest ;I litll
thirty days. They have hundreds of h II
from New York for Europe, havingon success as manager of the houseof I' P J N '" I
FISIIBACK FOR POSTMASTER the stylesand :
quality ij
I worms farmed out on the mulberrytrees 1j ,i, ,
board fourteen singers of world E. C. Newsom & Co., House Fur- I candidate I' /0/
for !
of their neighborhood, and are am a postmastership designing are I
1 fame, two pianists, the leader of an nishers, but there is no record to I them- of Orlando and will highly appreciate : : of special excel-
setting mulberry trees
; that he hacked many it if all of friends will I.
orchestra and a concert master. The prove ever a cherry my I le.nce.
selves as if they mean business. They write to Hon. Claude Wash-
L'Engle, : :
r season here must have been tree or failed to overstate the facts
profit- Men and of taste
say that a few worms bring in from ington, D. C., endorsing me for that young men exacting re-
able. slightly in order to make a sale. And position.If gardless of choose them.
$30 to $100 to thousands of individ- pocketbook,
o I at present there is no probability appointed I will do my utmostto
ual families in their .
In Iowa the farmers and city peo- that he will ever be called the fatherof country.R. fill the place acceptably, and to
WE STOCK A MAGNIFICENT RANGE
faithfully perform all the duties devolving
ple got busy the other day and when his country. James H. Gay and -
and to conduct the
upon me
nightfall had James N. Coons have made local HUDSON BURR AND N. A.
came they improved affairs of the office so well that my
three hundred miles of roadway. chalk marks as dealers respectivelyin BLITCH PARTY NOMINEES friends may never have cause to regret -

That's what can be done when people mixed paints and fire escapes, but the support they gave me in my .

,'; are in earnest and volunteer their their names will never go thunder- Tallahassee, Fla., May 18.According candidacy. Your very truly, : 4i I

<; services.Sometimes. ing down the ages as loud as those of to the provision of the new pri- I D. E. FISHBACK. ,,

1 0 James Madison and James K. Polk. mary law a candidate who has no apposition I 183t.MttMMHMtMttilitMIM.

l temperament is merely And there is not a thing in the worldto for the office which he seeksis

1t the feeling that comes when the warm prove that John Futch, John already declared the nominee for ,I

K spring breezes combine with the sunshine Ahern and John Murphy will ever that office and his name will not appear -

i to make a man forget howMld impress themselves upon the nation's on the ballot to be voted for in T. F. HOURIHAN 1 1 IJ

i he really is and that any skittishness history as it has been done by John the primary election.R. .1

'J will be rewarded by aches and Adams, John Tyler and John Quincy Hudson Burr and Newton A. Licensed Plumber and p

F pains on the morning after. Adams We therefore award the Blitch, candidates for re-election to Sanitary Engineer ::

t o prize to the Tribune. the office of railroad commissioner, Estimates Furnished. Jobbing : : ,

; Governor Slaton of Georgia has find themselves in a most enviable Promptly Attended to. I.I' \ SII

.i chosen Alfred C. Newell to conduct The 0- K. Billiard and Pool Parlor, ; and commendable position in that PHONE 629 I' I

j his campaign Newell belongs to the J. A. Huntington, proprietor, is now' they have no opposition and under 106 Court Street !:

i class of Atlanta newspaper men who located in the Giles & Hovey build- the new law are already declared the
'
f went to New York several years ago ing on Orange avenue, where he will nominees without the necessity of ORLANDO, FLORIDA I : if i'

to make their mark, and about all of conduct one of the best amusement their names appearing on the ballotto 4-2l-lm ::

f them succeeded. Newell was political places in this section. 5-14-6t be voted for. MIIIIMItlilMIMIIIIMMIf ::
reporter for the New York World fora I I.

number of years, but he saw little I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIQIIIII1II11

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l the newspaper game and gave \ 11 .1 you are contemplating a sea voyage this sum- JtHH HH

it up for insurance, in which field he of Sea Sick
P ( R V mer a 35c package McElroy's Remedy
has succeeded admirably. Robert Ip PillP

} Adamson el's campaign, who in managed New York Mayor, and Mitch-Joe lifi J will dope absolutely and !is guaranteed prevent any, sea sickness.. It is no


Johnston, who managed McCall's campaign 33 YEARS 0 'OYh H

; at the same time, were others McELROY'S PHARMACY
ESTABLISHEDIMIilMllillilMMIilMIIIMIMII CORSETS
t of the Newell coterie who have .

: achieved fame.
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The numerous requirements of the
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confusion, as in the case of Hillsbor-

; ough county, but after all this shows .
see a good many people doing the
; a woeful carelessness on the part of

the candidates to have been no better f' Tango indifferently well; you'll see few who are

informed. Surely such provisions as really expert-you can tell them instantly,

; requiring the candidates to file sworn ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES though-It's that way with good corsets. No

t statements with the clerk of the court matter what of is in the I
event in the your type figure "BON
important
Commencement Da-an
i are clear enough, and the failure of
the Hillsborough candidates to do so lives of young people should receive some fitting markof TON" there's a model that will give you the i

to commemorate the fashionable contours of the
1 is due entirely to their own neglect. appreciation and encouragement moment.
'i occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
The Times would know what good We stock the "BON TON."
; points there are in the law. To the Jewelry?

Sentinel it appears that the law is an PRICE-
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
admixture of good and bad, and may

be made into a rather ideal act by direct the attention of relatives and friends to

;; eliminating the bad features. The the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $3.50 to $25.00DicksonIves

business of registering every two store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

years seems wholly unnecessary, and est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia-
: this should be cut out. One of the
mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
leading features is the elimination of
and assortment.A .
:f the second primary, and nobody will A \ to our store will be appreciated and involves
say that this is not desirable- remains -
no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. t
to be seen if the count of the

first and second choice votes is suffi- COa

ciently clear to keep the inspectorsand

those who canvass the returns .

from becoming so confused that they

will be unable to arrive at a just con-

clusion of the intent of the electors.

The statements of expense filed by
the senatorial and congressional can- DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE[

didates show that the law has operated -

in scaling the expense to can-
the Jeweler
didates to a figure heretofore unheardof

in Florida since the introduction of Uriige Ave. UrbAo

the primary system. This is a fea
a
ture to be commended. No; we don't OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE !

say that the new law is altogetherbad ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

; there is much good in it, and the

rext legislature should set about per- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

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DIXXER PARTY IX HONOR OF II I II II' 9 CDC aD GD COQ> C

J THE WADE TUNER MR. AND MRS. LAWTON I : : n iiiiin'll: g FAVORITE THEATRE ) I r fr ,0. 'Clz;]


ORLANDO, FLA. Sunday was the thirtieth wedding LS \ a j ROBINSON ft STARKEY, Managers g
Mr. Mrs. 'J. :
anniversary of and B. -- -- i

Lawton, and in celebration of the hap- o. I | Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. l "

py occasion their daughter, Miss Rita, I Admission 5 cents A a iKlHGDBBGD II II "belll RAte l ens

:Mr. C. E. Johnson is down at Plant and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., entertained : I It .

City on a business trip. a few intimate friends at a D
,beautifully arranged dinner party. I BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAM"A
Mr. Harold F. Bourne, of Fort My- I .11. .
Eighteen were seated at the dain- I
ers, is in town looking after business Stolen Identity." A Powers two I
matters. tily appointed table, which was cov- REAL ESTATE reel feature drama. Edwin August

ered with a handsome lace cloth (the plays a double role of crime in the Commencement Time
Arthur King and wife were in from work of Miss Rita Lawton) and had most perfect double exposure yet seen

Zellwood yesterday, shopping and see- as its center a silver bowl filled with upon the screen, taking the part of

ing friends. fragrant roses and asparagus fern. I 600. acres south ofVin- I both unscrupulous the victimized crook.are lover and the I 1 1 Is Here

:Mrs. S. Waters Howe left yester- The place cards were white, and to ter Garden and west of ; ; "Her Brother.: A Frontier drama
day for to visit her brother each a spray of fern was attached with Hampton Del Ruth, Edyth Ster- Want
Tampa for
that
Dr. with pink ribbon. | ; Gotha, including 10 acre \ ling and Joseph Franz. Ethel, the a present one
Lawrence. \ \ young sheriff's wife is confronted who graduates? You
:Miss Nancy Brown arrived last The mantel in the dining room was orange grove. The entire when alone by Rattler Joe, a notorious can getit

banked with pink carnations and | ; tract covered with ; | bandit. She traps him and is at our store without any
from Jacksonville visit to
night
on a
about to kill him when
ferns, and the buffet also was dec- a scar en his
:Misses Ethel and Dorothy Cooper. orated with flowers. ; ; yellow pine timber. Two arm attracts her attention. He proves trouble and but little ex

:Miss Evelyn Waits, after a pleas- On the veranda stood a table on miles of lake shore. to follow.be her brother. Thrilling events pense.

ant visit with Miss Nora James, has which were a number of pink hibiscus
423imnilMlttiMlttttlHIMM i D:i
returned to her home in Longwood.A. Mossoms, which were greatly admiredby THURSDAY CLOSING AGREEMENT Every Graduateshould D

B. Wallace, of Loughman, spent the guests. SIGNED
Sunday in town with :Mrs. Wallace, An informal reception was held
preceding the dinner and Mr. and have something now,
who is the guest of Mrs. Earl Gore, MASTER WILBUR JAMES HAS
on East South street. Mrs. Lawton were the recipients of Orlando, Fla., May 15, 1914. that they can keep for years,
BIRTHDAY PARTY We the
heartiest congratulations from both undersigned merchants and
Mr. Norman L Durant, who has business to remind them of friends
of the ,
their guests and other friends. men city of Orlando,
been visiting his brother-in-laws, Master Wilbur James celebratedhis do hereby agree to close our p'.a es of loved ones and the happiest
:Messrs.. L and S. G. Dolive, leaves
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE RENDER sixth birthday by inviting a num business Thursdays at noon beginning days ol their life.
today for his home in Mobile, Ala.
the first of June and
ending October
ber of his little friends to a pretty
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye and Mr. PROGRAMThe 1, 1914.
,party given at his parents' home on
and Mrs. C. B. Nye returned Sunday Gore avenue. I Lord & Bradshaw. Dickson-Ives Co.

from a very pleasant trip to Tampa, Baptist Young People's Union After a peanut hunt, and a T. 0. Brown. John F. Empie.:' Allen & Co.
merry T. A. Mann.
took Caruthers ,
St. Pass-a-Grille and charge of the evening services & Gore.
Petersburg, round of games on the lawn the children P. F. Laubach. T. D. Young.
Sunday evening and rendered a help-
Manatee. were ushered into the dining W. S- Branch. H. M. Self & Co. Jewelers
,fut and entertaining program partaking G. E. McCulloch. Ben
Mr. and Mrs. W- H. Robertson and room, where an attractive table Salomon.
of the nature of both temperanceand Feinberg & Gore. Jos. L. Guernsey.
daughters, Misses Margaret and Bes- awaited them. Pink and white streamers -
Pure Food Store. F. J.
missions. The president, Mr. Eu Jones. Prompt Repairing.
sie, left yesterday for Minneapolis, were festooned from the chande- Gordon's Bakery. Brigham & Hill.
Reid presided and able
1 Minn., where they will remain until gene speeches lier to the corners of the table, and a Colyer & Williams. E. Mikokov. Everything Guaranteed.
were delivered by MrPaul McKinney M rs. Frank Soper. H. Carl Dann.
September firstMr.
vase of pink and white oleanders
Miss Claudia DeLaney and Mr. J. B. Harris. E- W. Robinson.
: A. D. Mallory arrived yester- Frank Rogers. All of these were ofa formed the centerpiece.The Curtis & O'Neal. P. N. M. Slade.
day from Boston to attend the bed- birthday cake was iced with J. G. McCrory Co. Nat Berman.
side of his little son, John, who is missionary nature, along the line" white, and bore six pink candles il. C. Robertson. E- F. Sperry.S. .
of "Our Work at Home and Abroad. A. Johnson.V.. B. Brokaw.
seriously ill at their residence Pink and white ice cream, and bon
on After which :Mr. J. R. Johnson delivered Hamilton & Dunn. T. II. Evans. .
= ;o:E:::
Lake Ivanhoe.Mr. in a very eloquent and impres- bons were served, the guests seated II. Kanner. J. A. Cox, Market-: .c

and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller and sive way his speech entitled "A around the table being Misses Mary The Boston Store. F. N. Boardman. -- -
Hammond &
Gore. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dolive left yester- Stainless :Flag," at the close of which Ives, Edna James, Elsie Gore, and A. L. Lucien. M. E.Pipkin.Weeks.

day afternoon by auto for Daytona the audience sang "America. Mr. Edward Butt, George Butt, William F. E. Richards. A. T. Hopkins.
Beach and Mosquito Inlet to Dade, Billie Davis, Robert Nicolson, Cash Grocery.Vm.. Siemens.
spend a Johnson wears the medal of Columbia
few days fishing. and the small host.MENDELSSOHN. A. Hanson. 0. HaiJ: & Son. PiCNIC I L LUNCHES L [
for
college oratory. He also won the .,. J. Hirsh. W. W. Rose. .
Misses Lottie Swearingen, Fannie prize in a state oratorical contest. E. C.- Young.

Johnson, and Carrie Talmadge returned We hope to have him deliver this I CLUB The Yoweil-Duckworth Co.
Allen & Coo, Jewelers.The .
last night from Daytona speech on another occasoin when a I
State Bank
of Orlando. Can be made if
where they formed a house party for : larger audience may have the opportunity -i The season of the Mendelssohn Club The Helms Hardware Co. quickly you use

a couple of weeks. I of hearing him. has closed and Gilbert and Sullivan's"Mikado" The Hammond & Bunch Co.
Douglas Furniture Co. Boned Chicken, Potted Beef for Sandwiches, Rex ;
was a fitting finale. The
Mr. Will Branch leaves tomorrow : Orlando
Bank
for Boston to attend the wedding of I I I LIST OF BOOKS Mikado is of the highest order of a People's National& Trust Bank.Cp. Potted Meat, Pimento Cheese, McLarens Imperial Cheese, !

musical comedy and is being revived H.
Miss Vivian Beers. He will be Montgomery Smith.
gone Horseradish, Olives, stuffed or plain, Pickles bulk hoti i
i
about a month, visiting many places Placed in Sorosis library by the Orlando throughout the big play houses, Orlando Meat JIarket.Jos .

in the New England states. Peace Society. which is a mark of its merit. Warman's- Bumbv Repair Hardware Shop-Co. tle or cans, Southern Cross Sardines.No .

Mr. P. R. Burns, of Jacksonville,, "The Peace Problem," by FrederickLynch. The club has had a very prosperous Kincaid & Snowden.
season, due to the good manage fake about our ads. We sell what we advertise.
was among the guests at the San
Juan. Mr. Barns is special agent for "The Great Illusion," by NormanAngell. ment and able director. The club has HOW DO YOU REGARD THE

the Southern Express company and always been a little in debt from sea CHURCII1Dr.

has been in their! employ since 1871. "War and Waste," by David Starr son to season, but this year marks

Jordan. the first that they will be able to Poulson's sermon at the: Baptist THE SANITARY GROCERY
Rev. J. E. Wilson, of Lakeland, ed
itor of the Florida Christian Advocate "Lay Down Your Arms," by Bar meet their obligations and start the church Sunday morning, in which '

oness Von Suttner. next season with even books. The he used as a subject "Two Men at
returned after CARUTHERS & GORE
yesterday a stay "The Friendship of Nations," by :';| club has not made money and will! Church," was remarkable for its many
of three days in Orlando. He filled I
Lucile Gulliver. I I j have no bank account to begin with practical lessons. He contrasted
the pulpit at the Methodist church very Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 2
"Newer Ideals of Peace," by JaneAddams. next season; however, it is not theirobject forcibly the prayer of the humble
Sunday jn the absence of Dr. Wra .
y to make money, but to promotethe publican and the self-righteous Pharisee .
While in Orlando he was the guest o:f "The Wine Press," by Alfred Noyes. musical standards of Orlando. as related in Luke, 18th chapter,
Mr. and Mrs. J- L, Guernsey. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
"In the Vanguard," by Katrina Among the good numbers presented and from this passage he dwelt at

Trask. by the club during the past few length upon the efficacy of prayer FUNERAL DESIGNS
ARRIVALS AT EMPIRE HOTEL
seasons are: "The Messiah," "Hia when made in the spirit of real hi 1-

FOUR MEN GET $10,000 watha," "Bohemian Girl," "Joan of mility. One point he appropriately M+tMi > I..I.IIII..II.IIIIIIIIIIIII.I..IIII.'lllt...
Chas. G. Bush, Tampa J. C. Mai]
colm, St. Louis; W. M. Dalton; Tampa -- New York, May 18.-Posing as Arc," "Rose Maiden," "Rebekah+ emphasized was the attitude assumedby ---

; T. M. Fox, Sanford; A Ahik, detectives, four men gained entranceto "Martyr of Antioch," and the "Mikado. some of our modern business men CARD OF THANKSMrs. White Star MarketDUREN

Winter Park; J. C. Jackson, Ocala; a Broadway motion picture theater ." Aside from these, many fine toward the church, commending the T. H. Barlow and children

Raulerson T. T. Auberry Fort, Jacksonville; II. L. early today, made the watchman a artists have been brought to Orlando:, broad minded man who, although nota wish to thaink their friends for the & COMPANY, Proprietors
Pierce W. L. Garrett
,-Georgia; C. M. Rogers; Charleston prisoner, handcuffed three workmenand I,thus enabling all to enjoy high class professed follower of Christ, is always many knidnesses shown during the

Va.; T. H- Burt, Tampa; Mr. and blew open the safe in the: box I artists at a very low cost. ready not only to reverence the illness and death of husband and

Mrs. A. B. Slade and children; C. E. office, obtaining $10,000. The robbers I The Mendelssohn Club is an organization I church but to lend a helping hand father.

Stevenson, Jacksonville; A. Abraham, were in the building three hours and I that we can not well afford to when an opportunity is afforded. On :
New York; B. G. Lake, Memphis. !
to avoid suspicion of their presence do without and every one should do the other hand, it is to be regrettedthat I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Photographs of all graduates a t compelled the watchman to wind the I all in their power to support it. some representative men in the --.- ll fir

special'prices. See Evans,the artistic, various watchman's clocks in the theatre business world are not only entirely Ar\TED-Good sewers in the dressmaking r

No. 100 North Main street, Orlando, at regular intervals. Who is your painter and decoratcr? indifferent to the cause of the church department. Apply to Mrs. + '0
i Fla. If you are satisfied keep the one you but are almost antagonistic W. L. Burnett, second floor, Yowell-
1t have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Duckworth building. 5-18-3t
Eat what you want. No. 636. 120tfRead It was announced that the Baptists '

Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. will hold the baccalaureate servicesat FOR SALE-One girl's bicycle. Apply I'1 ))

ford, Fla. Write or phone for san-j I For sale by all durggists. the Morning Sentinel. Price the Lucerne theater next Sunday to Model Grocery. 19-1t 1 i
519tf. l-T-d&w-lyr 10 cents a week. in order to better accommodate the I 4iif

large crowd that will attend this ser- COUNTRY CLUB DANCE N I ,

HKIMMMitittiMMMMMIMI vice. The Country Club will be the scene

MlillliMMf'' iimiiiMitiiii of a dance Wednesday evening. It WOMEN ARE SURPRISEDon

The Marion county portion of the is the purpose of the house committeeto

At The Lucerne Ocala-Leesburg clay road has been make this a notable event, and a their first visit at the extreme -

TodayAnd completed. large attendance is expected. cleanliness of this markei -

for it is not just ordinarily

THE GLENDEVERE TANGO COM Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, clean, but immaculately -
PANY at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.
519tf.T. so. That fact means a lot

The above named company made a to a woman who likes to

the balance of this week The Teat hit at 'the Lucerne last night. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone know that what she eats is
many patrons
the tango dancing were and the delightedwith songs. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf free from any kind of pollu

Mr. Glendon has a very good and tion. A visit to this meat
The Glendevere powerful voice, and his selections
Tango CompanyPRESENTING showed great taste. Miss Glendevere tlll'II'II'II'IIIIIIIIIII.Shoe market will satisfy the most
and Mr. Bucher are exceedingly i fastidious.
graceful and their dance shows all of Repairingby
the newest tango steps and varia- Phone 23
tions. They will certainly go big the PARCEL POSTMen' 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f
balance of the week.
MISS LESLIE GLENDEVERE ] Tonight Mr. Bucher, who besides --"

-AND- I TANGO ARTISTS being a fine tango dancer is a pianistof WOOD, COAL AND ICE
A MR. BURT BUCHER note, will give some beautiful piano Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
d J selections.The ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c Coil Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
tango and the balanceof Children's Half Soles, to
dancing | sOc 750X
doing the "Inspiration Tango, the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank the bill will be changed sufficiently Hand Turned Soles $Loo Sentinel want ads. are money get.

Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. every those who night come during regularly the week will so not that seethe J Heels Repaired, 2cr ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.

same things over and over again. All work returned in 24 hours.
The above in connection with the regular of Remember, the "Inspiration" tango f Ordtrs without remittance returned -
ing pictures. program mov. is the craze of the hour. C. 0. D. We pay ,
; return postage. i
Eat what you want -

Admission: First Floor Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cents Eat Take all a postscript you want.and forget it. A. Hanson DR. J. C .HOWELL

For sale by all druggists. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
Balcony 10 Cents to All. l-7-d&w.lyr 19 East Pine Street extra charge for house treatment

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WILL NOT SERVE ON DR. HODGES IS HONOREDBY STATE NEWS "- ,-

RESERVE BOARD STATE MEDICAL ASS'N I

Dr. J. H. Hodges returned Friday (From the Gainesville Sun) k

' Washington, May 15.-Harry A. afternoon from Orlando, having attended Twenty new buildings are to be How

Wheeler, of Chicago, vice-president of the forty-fourth annual meeting erected; in Leesburg this summer.

the Continental Trust company, has of the Florida Medical Society.He .

declined a membership upon the federal reports one of the best meetingsn The plans have been accepted for ;

4 reserve board. President Wil- ,I! the history of the association and Tampa's library building and will be Would You

son has received a letter from Mr. says Orlando did herself proud in entertaining sent to the Carnegie library board for

Wheeler expressing his regret that he the medical men. During approval. The cost of the construction -

7 is unable to accept the appointment the session Dr. Hodges was honored of the building is not to exceed

recently offered him because of busi- by being elected councillor for the I 50000. The building has been de- Better Yourself?

ness connections which he can not eighth district, comprising the counties signed along modern lines and will beof

sever. of Alachua, Bradford, Baker, the one main story and high base- t

The president now has two placesto Putnam and Levy- DeLand captured ment type. It will be of fire proof

fill on the board, Richard Olney of the next meeting, wining in a spirited construction throughout. If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists, '

Boston having declined appointmentto contest over Tallahassee.- we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of k
membership last week. Dr. Adolph Gainesville Sun.POLITICAL I Eleven business blocks and public .
t C. Miller of San Francisco, Paul M. __ buildings, or additions to business superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we .

Warburg of New York city, and W. ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR blocks and public buildings, are under are all right, then why not put us to the test. t

P. G. Harding of Birmingham, Ala., construction in Miami today, all t

have all accepted. REPRESENTATIVEI of which have been started within they

' Selection: of some one from the hereby announce my candidacy for ne last two months. The total cost of This WayYour

Middle West either Chicago or St- the Bentative action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject to beheld to these buildings, exclusive of fittings

Louis, and some one from New Eng- Jane 2nd. and equipment, will be about $l!O-
J. H. REESE.
land, to preserve a geographical bal- 000. Contractors declare that the E
ance on the board, is expected. One FOR REPRESENTATIVEI summer building boom is just getting doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your

of the two to be selected will be a hereby announce my candidacy for Representative started, and that there are mort buildings case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. 4

Republican. The president is from Orange county subject to to be started this
approaching yet summer
YES if
the action of the Democratic primary to be ; your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
the task slowly and he is he'd June 2nd. than are now under way.Miami Me
not expected to decide finally for an S. S. GRIFFIN. tropolis. saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. ,

other week on the other two. It i is FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1
unlikely that the first three
names
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
will be sent to the senate until the Representative fpm Orange county for the PEOPLE'SYANTS) NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT
list is completed.The next session of the Florida Legislature subject
to the Democratic primary to be held
White House was silent today i Jane 2nd. .

as to the men who are uppermost in C. P. DICKINSON.FOR MUNNDIAKERS But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs i t

the president's mind. It was stated REPRESENTATIVE Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale, For
Rent, etc, for this column. 25e for one day of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
he had made no definite decisions. Yielding to what appears to be the desire 60c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for
of leading citizens in almost every precinct 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe your doctor wrote it.Don't.
of Orange county that one of the can. advertisements for this column as no .,
BRYAN diddles to be nominated for Representative insertions will be made on credit. .
EXPLAINS PRIMARY in the primary election of Jane 2nd shoal)
LAW be from the country precincts. I hereby an I
pounce myself a FOR SALE
candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. Nursery stock, one, two, three and Forget .
Senator N. P. Bryan, author of FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC four year old buds; Foster Early,
the new primary law, after reading INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle.,
the many newspaper discussions anent I hereby announce myself a candidate for Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf ,
its intricacies, says it will prove simple election Public Instruction as a Member from of District the County No. 2.Board OrangeCounty. of That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

r. workable when in and operation.easy for He understanding explainsthe Florida. M. M. SMITH. FOR SALE-Cull, f. o- b. Good tomatoes for canning, $1.00 and percrate be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people

law as follows: MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Wagner chow-chow., Fla. Address Partin 5 Bros.:14-6 t and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate 1

"Under the old plan, after the first I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
re-election to the office of Member of
primary was held, the leading candidate FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; ran
of Public
Board Instruction. Orange County these
timely suggestions and bring us prescriptions. Give
had been defeated. These defeated fpm District No.3. subject to the coming bargain; recently completely over your us your drug business e
primary. Very respectfully, hauled and made good as new in every -
voters were recognized as the WM. EDWARDS. partguaranteed; first class con People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage. .
Zellwood, Fla.
balance of power. The new law does dition; must be sold at once, even at .
not depart from this process, for the FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION sacrifice. Come, or address, White
r that their I hereby announce myself as a candidate Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. -
reason second votes are for re-electisn to the office of Supervisor of 4-23-tf
t the only votes which are added to the Registration for Orange County subject to
the Democratic primary to be held June 2 na,
total of the leading candidates. They 1914. FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Ala &
determine the result. FRANK IL WILLIAM bama hound. Address I. Turner DeLaney AbernethyNext ,

r "For instance, four candidates are: FOR SHERIFF Apopka, Fla. 5-12-11
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
in the race, A, B, C and D, and run for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the .
in order named. Your preference is Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. WANTED-A man of 55, able to can Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.
FRANK GORDON. I I for stock and do other work, desiresa ,
f D, and your second choice is A. You FOR SHERIFF home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Delivery .

therefore vote what is called a D. A. I announce myself as a candidate for the city. 5-14-lw
ballot. On the other hand if office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, I -----
you subject to the Democratic primary. I am a
vote an A-B ballot and A and B lead native of Orange county. In asking the votesof LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh I' YOUR
my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge I about 35 pounds each; names"Sandy" Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES PRINTING
then your B vote is not counted for the duties of the office without fear and "Michael.! Reward.E. .
the reason that it would be or favor to any man for the upholding of the I Beeman. 5-12-tf AND DO ALL KINDS OF Look
illogicalto through your desk and see if
and
laws and the preservation of peace good
permit your second vote to cancel order in the county. 0 TICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
a that of your first choice. WANTED-Four or five room cot- Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If.there is, phoneus
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR tage, close to business part of city. at 24 and we will call, get your
"Some are under the impressionthat State location and rent desired by 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly >and
by 'single-shotting," or failureto COUNTY BOARD, DISTRICT OF PUBLIC NO. 3 INSTRUCTION month or year Address, Mr. Pippin, at the lowest price consistent with

vote for a second choice, an ad- care Sentinel office. 5-15-3t Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor h
I best attention. Sentinel Court streetWrite
vantage will accrue for the first the office of Member of the County BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING up-stairs. Acute and chronic I J ,
Board of Public Instruction from School
choice. This is
absolutely impossible.If Board District NtI 3, subject to the actionof your orange grove, or other real diseases treatedTelephone F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
you vote for C alone and C is de- the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold,
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to Orlando Fla. Office 578. DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
feated, it is the same as if you had the educational interests of the county and at 25 East Pine Pepper Crates. 4-29m

voted in the first primary and had faithful service. C. IL GALLOWAY.FOR street after June 1st. 5-15-lw -- I OPTOMETRIST

failed to participate in the second. If FOR RENT Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps made to order. atWarmaTl's
y
THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC
the voter single-shoots A is the kind'y Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
and declines INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 --- u want. Where to get
x to vote for B, his second choice, and NICELY FURNISHED HOME it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
I hereby announce myself as candidate for on Entrican.
1-20-tf fixed in
these two lead, nothing is gained, for I the office of Member of the County Board of 1 Lake Cherokee for rent from June to Put in thy by advertising If you want your bicycle
Public Instruction from School Board District money purse hurry take it to
I : Phone a
444
as Warmani26
Auto
explained before
if he had voted No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic I October, also six room unfurnished Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. Shop. -
A-B his vote for B would not be primary June 2nd 1914. If elected I will' cottage. Address Kentucky Home

counted. If the voters will impressit and give due endeavor attention to be to the fair work(o all of the the school office| 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk ''te . ..... . ----------------, --- - "'-

upon themselves that no second- interests. of the county. J. B. REDDITT. "iiiiiiiiiiiiiiI; : \ \\\\\\1\t\ \\\\\\\\\\ r. r.\ \\. -.iit\

choice votes will be counted, excepting FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms

those for the defeated candidates, I are FOR a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County suite for light per month.housekeeping.Apply $12.50 307 East per

k they question.will have the solution of that people District Commissioner to 2.the If best elected of of I my Orange promise ability county,to having serve from the resided Pine. 5-14-6t IT'S III TO II[ UP THE[ HOUSE[

"It has been here number of I FOR RENT-Two office .
said that a plurality a years. am qualified spaces in
I to know the needs of the section and our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
nomination


ble candidates press every, but themselves campaign not are is probable.possible.running two upon candidates public Very Where it is early opinionas possi-three im-in the Apopka I people.hereby, Fla.FOR announce COMMISSIONER Respectfully n>yrelf A. C.a candidate STARBIRD for Electric Come TO 4-26-tf ern RENT-Some in houses.and Co.we Daetwyler will very show desirable,you.phone 3-29-tf Pierce mod-563. H FURNISHING I I (QUESTION)U[ I iN R REAL[ l r



leaders." re-election as Commissioner from District No.
3. Orange county Florida, subject to the
action ef the Democratic primary to be held I
June 2nd. 1914. MISCELLANEOUSOPENED E.A 1 ESTOur
McLEAN FOR POSTMASTER J. L. DILLARD.


Having served-the people of Or- I hereby FOR COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONER as a candidatefor Florida Meat AT 14 Market.BRYAN Fresh ST.-The meatsof stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

lando for the past twelve years in the District County Four Commissioner subject to,the Orange action County of the all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
Democratic primary June %lid. 1914. I will son. Your
capacity of patronage solicited. S.
postoffice,II,clerk, I should greatly appreciate your support pleasure to find just what
like to continue my service in the Yours truly Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm you want at prices that are reasonable
C. J. SWEET. in of the word. -
sense
every
higher position of postmaster. If my Pine Culls Fla. PROPERTY in the vicinity of New

friends wish me to serve them in such York city, with residence, to exchange I
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI for Orlando 'lllllllltttlllllllllllllllllll 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I'111..1. .
property on cash
capacity they will confer a favor announce myself as a candidate for r.. valuation. J. M. 307
West
upon me by writing CongressmanClaude election to the office of Coaaty CommissioB- Orlando Fla. street, CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Plan enables
ere Orange County, District Five, subject 5-3-lm-d&w ; Payment you
L'Engle, Washington, D. C., a to the decision ef the Democratic primary
letter endorsing me for that position. June. 2nd. 1914. Respectfully Spray material, insecticides and | ; | to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining
fungicides F.
at F. Dutton's
Sanford -
Congressman E. L. BROWN
that the patrons of L'Engle the Orlando has asked post- Ft Christmas. Fla. erature., Fla. Write for prices 4-29-lm.and lit- \ \ clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

office write him expressing their FOR TAX ASSESSORI We H feature to .
insure 'oze.tllll..IIIIIII'I.II.I.III..I.I'
hereby announce my candidacy for the your life and loan you \ \ )
choice for postmaster. This being the office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject money on real estate at 6 per cent
case it is likely that he will be to the action of the Demoeraite primary interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,,
controlled called for Jane
2nd. 1914. If nominated and
in his decision largely by the elected I pledge you my faithful service. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
3-25-d&wtf
ARTHUR BUTT.FOR
number of letters he receives. I will

deeply appreciate anything done in I hereby announce COMMISSIONER myself a candidate for: SEED! SEED! SEED!
my behalf.I re-election u County Commissioner from i Garden and field seed. DeLaney & i ii
have District No. 1 of Orange county subject to Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
been Kincaid
a life long Democrat, the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your & Snowden
but being under civil service rules I support will be greatly appreciated.M. I t
0. OVERSTREET.I Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
am forbidden to be politically active. for prices on Cow Peas 429mDon't
My record in FOR COUNTY TREASURER
the postal service is
a I hereby announce myself candidate for
a wait for in
one town to
guarantee that the place will'be effi- Treasurer Democratic of primary Orange of County June ,2nd subject, 1914.J. .to the have Entrican, the every painter, before Furniture of Character
ciently filled if the people honor me H TUCKER. you try. Am too busy to look you

s by making it possible for me to secure FOR TAX COLLECTOR up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

the appointment. I hereby announce myself u a candidate job. 1-20-tf at Prices.
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof Popular .
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First class
5-17-3t W. Brazing a specialty
C. McLEAN. Orange County subject to the Democrat a.
primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected Warman's Repair Shop o Court St
'r I pledge to you my faithful serviceas 12-5-tf.
The organization of the Lee County I have endeavored to rive W. in t:. the MARTIN.past. I | Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida J J'H |
M Audubon society has been perfectedin Buy your garden seed from DeLa ,

Fort Myers.t Try the Sentinel Job Department. big ney shipment& Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf t {: IIIIIIIIIIIIII : : IIII: : : : ::::::::::'::: ::: t

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Wheel base 112 inches motor 1-2x5 four cylinders casten
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elliptic; front, semi- lliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-
t gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil
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ver V-shaped radiator nickel one
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"SHALL WE LIVE AGAIN?" -- BIG BARGAIN INORANGE r>.. 11'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II'III"II"t.C I

"If a man die, shall he live again?"

Job asked this question thousands of GROVETen 1 THE MARKET

years ago. It was asked by men t
thousands of years before Job. It is
r
the question we will be asking our- !
Of Cleanliness
selves today. Men will always be Of QualityFRESH I
acres on beautiful lake
asking it.
And that is one of the reasons for two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS 4

believing when a man dies he will court house in the fastest growing .
FISH AND GAME .
live again. Horses and cows do not .
section of Orange County
,
worry about death. Birds have no Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
fear of it. The fishes are afraid of Seven hundred orange and grape

pain, but do not seem to dread dying. fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Man alone has come to be big enoughto .
full This is and pure.
bearing.
feel th need of eternity. That 9D I grove a I

need within him foreshadows the big paying proposition. Owner : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

reality just as eyes prophesy light, I is getting old and must sell. : everything in the Meat Line.
the ears prove the existence of sound, .
tht nervous system of material ob- I Present crop on trees indicate : i

jects. It is the capacity for eternal t 11 two thousand boxes. Price only .: The PARLOR i
life in the human soul that makes immortality ........ MARKET
probable, else nature has $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on :
!; .
vilely deceived us. VI1I-rEJ terms. H. M.
Self & Co.
: 1
"But we can have no life without a I

brain characterized," somebody this remark said. John as a "pieceof Fiske WARREN PAINT & COLOR CO. Cooper Atha a! : PINE STREET

colossal silliness' The brain does
not create the mind; it merely trans- CHICAGO NASHVILLE lit South Orange Ave., Ground Floor !: Phone No. 80"II'I"I'I'IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII'IIIIIIIIICDI''I'

mits it. It is a telephone through Phone No. 311 I:
which the soul communicates with the
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world. Does the destruction of the ---_-.- -
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telephone imply that the one talking lllelllll..e.
through it has been destroyed? < IM3Mi .

"Yes, but there can be no life without ,Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material Pn
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a material body. We can not see I 0-1+"+.'_+0 II"III LlUUll PlHft I .
without eyes, or hear without ears." Phone 451 Orlando Fla.
#i II Gill iH.i
Let us not be so sure. The greatest

living psychologists accept "clairaudi-

ence" and "clairvoyance" as demon-

strated facts Clairaudience is hear- Make PleasureWITH i
i Cooking a
ing without ears, clairvoyance is sec- j FuLe $ 300 '
,..,. l II :
ing without eyes. As for our body, "a r,!.,
DAILY BETWEEN
it is dying all the time. What has I X .
become of that body we had when a ... .;,. BUFFALO A

babe, when%a child running barefoot, ... : EVELAND
when an awkward youth at school?

"The universe is vast and powerful QS. RA. Q-E

It crushes us indifferently as thoughwe e

were egg shells," say some. If it

were the material universe that Clean Economical Convenient
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" -

created us, its apparent cruelty and Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,kchn;510 itatenom and parlor .....JDOdating 1SOO: puwn.an. .
indifference might make us believe Crater in c-: larger in all proportiona richer in all fprMffl'Tnrili -thin any t1"*' oa
inland water of the worid. la ternce jane ISlh.
we amounted to nothing in its sight,
MacniHcentStMmm'SEEANDBEE.-of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
but it is not the material universe

that brought us into being. It was: Daily-BUFFALO L..e BJalo 900P.M.and CLEVELANDMyht Lera tie shed 900P.M. Orlando Water & Light Companyt
the Universal Spirit. It Is this which Atriowa.-l&atl. 'U LAn'n" Whp. e lap.L JzCaow.lClrrrLadforhtto I 1
'
-
5s &l- rigiaaJ reality add is : .
man ,
lla, loWo Detroit n<{all point 1i c.tenaSoath.en.R.nro.d
rooted in Spirit. There is That in: ticket reading between Boflkk..01 Cleveland are good for tnaaporUikw oa our teamen. Gas DepartmentIMMMMMIMMIieiMIICMMMMMIMMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMM )
Ak your ticket agent for bcLeta via C.&B.Line. TnM ttl for handaome flliutntad booklet free.
him which was before the worlds THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, O.
were and which will survive the shock;
of destruction and the war of forces. 1. ; '
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Death is but an incident in his endless -

life."If .
a man die, shall he live again?"
To the, West and Northwest "MIMIMMMMIIiiMMIIMMIMMIMMMMIBItllMIHIIttttMM '"
A few here and there have always

said no. The greater majority have

.said yes. The great majority always VIA--

will say yes, and we believe the great I ISOUT"
DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE flYER AND
1 majority is right.-Exchange. ATLANTIC, LIMITED W. M. SLEMON

The large sawmill of the Florida

"Products company, which was near-
ing completion at Port St Joe when
it was forced into bankruptcy through Limited DiW SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED New Goods

'the failure of the Molden 'V Orlando A. C. L..12:51 am :Flrer'l y Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pmr Arriving ;Daily
Keyser, JaeUonriile. A. C. I.... 1:45am : r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30pmy
company, will be completed and operated Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8 a: pm y Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
I I y Waycross A. C. L..l1liOam 105 pm y Wa1el'06lo A. C. L. ...........,..10:20pmr
by the bond holders of the Macon G. S. I: F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon Go S. I:: F. .............. S:46am
company. The bond holders recently r Atlanta, C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga ...,.......... 7:'.2 am
sent representatives to Port St. Joe r Chattanooga W. I: A..1Z:1B am 11:5hm r r K't'". N." N:1: :: :::: :: %: pm
and looked over the property and have r NuhYme. N. C. I: St. L. 4:50am 4:30pm LouISville L. I: N .............. 3:16pmr 9.00pm: (
reached Ar SL Louis L C.I: L.I: N. %:liom 70 am r Indianapolia. a. L. ............ 1:iOam
the conclusion that the only I I Ar Lexington I. & N. ............ &: Opm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
'way to protect their money is to com- Ar Hopkinaville I. I: N........... 627 pm Az Cincinnati. L. A N. ............. 8:50 pm
plete the plant, which can be done in Ar Evansville I. I: N..... ':28 am 9:25pm r KalaBWOO Go Il I: L .........,12:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terre Haute, C. A E. L. 1:10pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. I: L ....... :43pm
six weeks, and then operate the mill Ar Chicago C. I: E. L..... 8:50pm 8:50amrC1e'el >zig Four ............. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
until such time that it can be dis- --

posed of at a profit. This plan will I DIXIE LIMITED I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train composed of section
be carried out at once. The plant loom sleeping can, observation dramr.1 Solid train composed of electric lighted
cempartmeat
will cut about a million feet of lum an and dining car, between Jacksonville and; drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Chicago and section drawum-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
ber per week, and will employ 500 ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
or 600 men.-Pensacola Note in DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
'Times-Union. Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment, observation sleepers, and electlic
Jacksonville
and Grand
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Rapids on Monday
Leesburg's banking institutions lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining tii W. M. SLEMONS
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
show $228,000 more deposits than

they had five years ago. The post- rot TICKETS TLLLMAN RESERVATIONS-AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON ORANGE AVENUE
office shows an increase of $2,683.30 W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. a WHITE; Depot Tfektt Agent

.far the same period. v.Atlantic. Coast Line, Orlando 1It-'IIIIIII"'ltt'IIIIIII"IIIIII'f++ 'I'Qa't'I'I'1tt(11.,11111IIII
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Attention Uniform Courtesy In[ Strong Speech on Peace Sunday

Jo Defails <( J; Mil lie Deprecates Possibility of

Armed Intervention


In a speech delivered at the Free \'::? ::? ;;:.
Synagogue in New York in observ-

ance of Peace Sunday, former Presi-
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDOTHE
dent William H. Taft said: WF\\

"With our dreadnaughts and our
other battleships assembled at Tam-

pico, Vera Cruz and Mazatlan with H .
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PANAMA : .
CANAL WAS DUG BY : *.4 "" :

PLANS five army thousand in possession or more of a of Mexican our regular city \.,...........,....;.... ;'
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and with the rest of our available i
Every achievement worth while
was force assembling at convenient stra-

planned in ad'ance-e'ery step to completionwas tegic points for possible further invasion ; THAT y LACA

carefully thought out. of Mexican territory, it may

That is why many individuals in this com- occur to some that it is not appropriate *; stands for the protection of life
to have a Peace Sunday to holda
munity have been able to build up substantialbank and property of American Citizens
peace meeting. For those of us,
accounts. Saving money is not an acci- however, who hope that we may yet everywhere .

dent. not be involved in further warlike activity -

There should be a plan-the plan shouldbe or in actual war, there could be iiIIIH and

followed carefully-do not give up-be no time more flitting for an expres- : the same Government protects
sion of that hope. This is not a time
persistent. their finances when entrusted
for wishing that the past had been to
Always let the first step in your plan to
otherwise, but it is a time for candor \ to this "National" 'Bank, which is
save be the starting of
money your Savings
and for a dear understanding of the '

Account with this bank. situation. With deference to the '. : under Government supervision ;. t:

views of others, it is my judgmentthat ..
if in our course towards Mexico '.. ..
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during the last year we had not exerted '' I'.
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such direct influence as we haveto : It
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aid one of the contending parties,
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fl- T we would not now be so near general '

intervention and war, nor would we : .'.
have been so responsible for law and _
ittllitltlMllltlttiMttHliUfllMMMMillliiHIlifWe I order for Mexico to the world as were L

,.. .. .,.
: now likely to be if a new government .
Will Put the Reins : comes into power through our : .. ... ; :

I influence. I 1 .' ;,A If ..\ ,. ..
0 Fmi
< of Success in Your :: anyone"But not who for agrees this with reason me can in I this or, '. ; : : ., E, H J" [1f"r 0 I I,

: fail to approve and applaud every

HandsHow : honorable effort that our government 1, ) .... .
I can make and is making to avoid intervention .

? By furnishing you with ; :: yield to no and man in further my earnest conflict.desire I ._. ..,

: for peace and in my detestation ofwar. llllllelllc+++t.ltlllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIOIIDIIIIIOIIIIIII.IIJII'I'I" " "
a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; " ''' ' ' & ; ' " '
I But advocacy of peace that ignores 111'llllllllllle'lllllll+ttIOIIIIIOI."t llllllllllllll1111'11'III IIIIIIII\I

call on you. He will give you a : conditions and takes no note of
: what is practical is futile and ineffect-
formula that will make and "' '
mature : ,,"e. Threatened war between two
stable nations is much easier to deal '

your fruit with than such a condition as confronts : : I

us in Mexico. I am glad to ::1TME GRAND{ THEATER fH
feel that there is a noteworthy move-

ment toward the adoption of practical

machinery for avoiding war between
\ T ut rn f Fertilizer r Cod responsible governments. : ; *

"But what we have to contend within j THE COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN : ;
Mexico is the disease of revolution

ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA Eighty per cent. of the people are illiterate "I"III IIIIIIIIIII'ltttCllllllllllellll'I"I'I"I'1IIIttt.tt+

and ignorant. They have suffered -
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wrong and, struggling blindly TODAY The Fourth Episode in
IIMiiiHIIilitmi BMiHIIIillillMi with a purpose more or less ill defined :
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in a state of society whose __ -.r-.

COW PEAS three bonds .are year almost war has entirely laid loosed.waste the A "The Perils of Paulinet'H.Lots

country, destroyed its industry and
exposed all foreign residents to Jawless -
L .;,- .. ;-. violence and all their investments of Excitement and Thrills in the search for the Hidden Treasure.
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there to destruction.

"It has i nfact become an international -
: We have a limited V AND BRAB
nuisance. In such a case a

f HAM COW PEAS in stock. quotations, naming neighboring and nation help the may forces properly of law intervene Pffl[ WEEKLY\ O. 18 1 "YNUS[ AND ADONIS"And

quantity desired. Price sure right. and order to end such anarchy, just "A MAD MARATHON," Two
because it wishes to live in a quiet Largest read weekly In the world. Selig comedies that are brilliant and *
We constantly full line of crate material of
carry a
all. laughable.SPECIAL .
all Knows
neighborhood and not from a spiritof Sees %
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all flB conquest and greed of territory."


AsRor prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car MANY INTENDED TO GO OX [ MUSIC A "RmULAR" ORCHESTRA[ I

BOOSTER TRIP WHO DIDN'TThere
riers, etc. Phones 181191.F. tl. ,


F. button on the were booster many-trip who to intended Miami yesterday togo !I I I : : CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS lOc. I

who were unavoidably detainedat I --

the last minute, and they are much Baritone and character. All this \YeeK.
SANFORD, FLORIDA
: disappointed. Among these were ill: George Schmidt I
;
; 5-is-tf. r ; ; One Clever Entertainer
: Messrs. V. W. Estes and J. P. Hol- .
'I brook, who were on the committee to
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work in that behalf. Editor C. :MMMMMIHMMMMHtM& .' . ., +MMIH+*' ttlMMMIf
11111111111111111111111..1111111.1111111111111111. E. Howard was another, but he was
,
forced to give up the trip on accountof
illness. Col. J. N. Bradshaw and "IN THE VANGUARD" iMHMM UMMIHMMMMMMIIIOur
Stock Reducing Sale From
\ Mrs. Bradshaw and Mr. and Mrs. M.

Tuesday May 12th : 0. Overstreet were others; they were guard"The under rendering the auspices of "In of the the Van Or-- SllMMer :

TOWednesday, going closing in up Mr.the Overstreeet's sale of the car county, but lando theater Peace Sunday society afternoon, in ,the was Grand suc- & Sprth[ aM ll r I > i

bonds kept them from going. There
cessful beyond all expectation. There
were numerous others, but in spiteof ; t
May 20thBest this the party mustered fourteencars was a good audience, among whom i i new line for the Spring t .
!
of Miss Reed's former
and about fifty people, and it is were many and Summer season of 1914 is
Rollins "girls." Mr. O'Neal presidedover
Values at Lowest Prices a safe bet that they are glad they : now complete. Never in the history -
the meeting, giving a brief :
went, in spite of the fact that there
sketch of why the eighteenth of May of our business have we
was a considerable downpour yester-
USSESIAffiLTOMDUMAgents is observed all over the world as : been able to show such a line of r
day and last night. They should have
Peace day. Rev. Henry R. Remsen ,: for Eas-
and timely goods
been well out of it, and the rain will new
made a fervent prayer; and the audience I: line of Dress'
make the traveling more pleasant. ter selling. Our
for Barclay Corsets with Mr. Branch at the piano, : : Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
'
HARRIS QUITS AS CENSUS sang "America." I Ready-to-Wear goods and
McCall's PatternsIiiiiiMiiiMHmMMimiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiMiHi DIRECTOR The play is strong and deep with : notions is complete-the stylesare
a thread of beautiful romance; and a ;I varied enough to suit

.. Washington, May 18W. J. Harris personal experience in Miss Reed's .the taste of every one, and the prices are in :ng with
life made her fitted
of Georgia, today tendered to Sec- own particularly every purchaser's idea of economy. To acr the 4 I
for the interpretation. She came to .
retary of Commerce Redfield his resignation Easter trade we are going to sell our nr
AT THE GRAND death of Pauline in Orlando feeling that she had a real
order to get the as director of the census in the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to
The fourth episode in "The Perilsof legacy bequeathed her by her foster order to enter the contest for the message for the audience. This inspiration cheaper than the regular prices.We .
Pauline" is on at the Grand today, I I father. A yacht is blown completely Democratic nomination for governorof thrilled along the lines and will appreciate and be more than pleasedyou
starting with a matinee at three- from the water in an attempt to accomplish Georgia.Mr. et a sympathetic response. To hold our line if you will call on us. t
thirty. their end, but Pauline's the attention of such an audience in
will leave
Harris Washingtonlater
Pauline is now on the high seas in fiance has come aboard unknown and such a deep, difficult drama was indeed .
her quest for hidden treasure and has rescues her in a thrilling scene. in the week and will begin his feat.
gotten farther into the clutches oft George Schmidt, "the versatile bar- campaign at Cedartown Saturday. a
Owen, Hicks and the reprobate old itone," will appear at each performance Mr. Harris did not file a formal
the seaman posing as the pirate who has in high class songs and comedy. letter of resignation but simply informed If your paper is not delivered H, U fR NeW loik Bargain 0121
L only existing map to the hidden His feature tomorrow will be" Bert promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
chest Williams' well known success, "Con- the secretary of his desire to
I Owen and his accomplices plot the stantly.," I be relieved. Subscribe for the Sentinel. ., .'...... '. ' +: ..\irompt

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