The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00043
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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


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Within Few Years Has Increased to WEEK PRESENT I
Lucerne Theater Will Be Scene of the

MIAMI I GIVES[ THfM WARM WELCOME[' Point Where New QuartersAre I I Services Marking Close of FIRST T SESSIONS f ARE VERY INfORMAl


growth of the abstract businessin
AND WERE SHOWN is well for the people of Orlandoto I YET ARRIVED AT NIAGARA
Orlando is a fair example of how OF PUBLIC AROUND A BIG HOLIDAY FEED i
OF THAT FERTILE be reminded that the
THE commence- FALLS
REGION BY ENTHUSIASTIC ,during the few ment sermon will be delivered Sunday ENCES FOR
: past years. PE.CERE TO BEHELD
WILL HAVE PRIMARY LAW evening in the Lucerne theater by
RESIDENTS When Mr. Chester W. Goodrich became
IN REFUSING TO ELUCIDATED SO ALL I Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, and the
identified with the
Orange SIGN WARRANTS WILL UNDERSTAND j services will be under the auspices of

Miami, Fla., May 20.-(Special.)- I County Abstract company, or rather the Baptist church.It Niagara Falls, May 20.-Special.( )

The Orlando good roads boosters arrived when he purchased an interest in the
is rather unusual to have such -Beyond formal adoption of rules of
in Fort Lauderdale at 12:30 to business and reorganized it, the entire Dr. J. F. McKinnon, superintendent Since Chairman Seth Woodruff of
I j services in the evening; and due no- procedure to govern the session of
work was being done by r of public instruction, returned yesterday the Democratic executive
day. Fourteen cars were in line with one man county com-
tice is given that none will fail to the peace conference the mediatorsdid
their half hundred occupants. They and that occupied but a portion of his from a trip out of the state, and mittee issued a call for all the inspectors -
be informed as to the time, 7:30 p. m. not attempt to get down to real
were met in Fort Lauderdale by sev- time. Now the abstract office in the was immediately notified of the alter- and clerks of the June pri- Sunday. work at the two sessions today.

eral cars from Miami, an advance court house is about the busiest placein native writ of mandamus that had mary to meet in Orlando on Satur-
The class exercises will be held The
guard to welcome them and act as town, and a force of half a dozen been granted by Judge James W. Per- day, May 23, and study the puzzling ,, the delay was occasioned by the
Monday evening at school auditorium -
their escort into Miami. clerks is required to keep up with the kins ordering him to sign the salary points of the primary law Secretary I and the commencement I: non-arrival of Suarez, the Chilean

Before proceeding to their destina- business besides one or two stenographers warrants of the teachers in the Or- Josiah Ferris has been kept busy in exercises minister. Suarez reached Buffalo tonight -
will be held at the Lucerne j but probably will not here
and the principals.The lando school. filing to the invitations. come
made to the acceptances
tion, however, a run was Tuesday evening, when Judge JohnM. until tomorrow night.

Davie farm, a two thousand acre tract modern abstract office is a puzzle Attorney LeRoy B. Giles, of the It seems certain that a full house I Cheney will deliver the address. I Official confirmation was obtained

several miles up in the Everglades, to the average person, but when firm of Davis & Giles, who institutedthe I: will gather around the festive board, I The graduating class is composedof tcday that the Mexican envoys have

where a royal welcome was extended people are busy digging abstracts out action in behalf of Miss Jennie for that's what the dinner will be, and I eleven members, all having successfully I' received a cable message from Huerta

them by Harry Meyers and his asso- of the records every day it is a sure Baas, one of the teachers who havefailed if there's anything about the law that I passed the required examinations I j expressing his willingness to step out

ciates in this development. sign that there is something of importance to get their money, got the the inspectors don't understand it will 1 j as follows: William P. Walton j I under certain conditions. Just what

Two moving picture machines were doing or pending, and thereis superintendent on the telephone and not be for the lack of elucidation. Supervisor I E. Kirby Douglass, Minna Harris these conditions are the delegates refused -

busy all the time the boosters were never a day that the office is not asked him if he would accept service. Frank H. Williams has been I Elizabeth May Berry, Lorena to state.

there. A veritable feast of good in a state of activity. The fact ap McKinnon replied that he knew ono f centered upon as Chief Elucidator, j Merle Walker, Bertha Caroline Daw- i' As a matter of fact the Mexican

things to eat was served to the crowdof pears that Mr. Goodrich is such a reason why he shouldn't, but would and he has been busy figuring all the 'I son, Dorothy Slemons, Mildred Emma diplomats would not so much as admit

one hundred and twenty present, busy person that he seems to be per prefer to have an opportunity to con week in order to make it perfectly Williford, Edyth Rachel Rambo, Catherine | the fact that they have been authorized -

the second story of the packing house petually in a hurry, and it was onlyy fer with his attorney. The clerk'soffice plain to the election inspectors that Othelia Padgett, Grace Elbeth : to present the dictator's resignation

being used for a dining room. Everything ) chance that the Sentinel man ran furnished the superintendentwith there's nothing difficult to understand I I ulholland.i -
to the mediators. They thus
appearing on the table was into him and abstracted the interest a transcript of the papers. about the new primary law. I I far -
have continued their attitude of
raised on the Davie farm.R. ing information that the work has The alternative writ gives the superintendent It is expected that a letter from l i' I strict silence. It is known that the

M. Price, president of the Miami grown to such an extent that new until Tuesday, May 2 6f Senator Nathan P. Bryan, author of'; BUVO[ [ [ THAT llliMAN WA S !' three mediators have not been informed -
Board of Trade the fate to be fixed and the '
presided over quarters are up to make answer. While the order the law, written for this occasion, 1 officially or unofficially that

of the after dinner speeches and wel- office will be moved from the courthouse the court doesn't state where the will'be read for the benefit of the in- !! KlllD[ BY MEXICANS I Huerta is ready to step out under any

comed the visitors to this section. He in November. Mr. Goodrich i is I hearing will be held it is probable spectors. Senator Bryan was informed
.I I I conditions. They do know, however,
then called on Professor Potter, presi- not just ready to give out his plans, that it will be conducted in chambersat of the meeting and agreed to | I that the conference is doomed to failure -

dent of the Davie Board of Trade, but suitable and convenient rooms are I DeLand, the home of Judge Per- do what he could to assist in clearing j II I Secretary Bryan Holds Long Interview unless the Mexican envoys are

who gave an interesting and instructive to be had and a vault for the records kins. of the that ': -
up any points may seem With British Ambassador j willing to sacrifice Huerta.

talk on the Everglades and their will be built. Superintendent McKinnon was evi to be shrouded in mist or mystery. I' and Asks His Help I From the beginning of the mediation -
possibilities, and at the same time The increase in the force of the ab
I dently not much perturbed by the ac The meeting will likely be held in I I negotiations President Wilson

warmly welcomed the guests assem stract company would be double that tion which had been taken since he the court room, where Supervisor Washington, May 20.Apprehension has insisted on the elimination of
bled to come and "stay as long as of the present force, perhaps, if Mr. I I
left Orlando. He appeared much refreshed Williams will have a blackboard and over continued inability to secure I f Huerta. It is well known that the
they wanted to." Goodrich had not worked out a laborsaving I
I from his visit, and in fact I a pointer for ready reckoning. Dinner I from the Huerta governmenti ; j American delegates have come here
H. H. Dickson, of Orlando, in a few system of keeping and compiling
stated that he had been having a will be served at one of the ho i definite advices as to the fate of j: with instructions to accede to no
well chosen words, thanked the peopleof abstracts, which has simplified the! I
I pleasant time. He first visited the tels, probably, and a thoroughly good American Vice-Consul John R. Silli-! I terms of pacification which do not
Davie and Miami for their hospi work to the point where volume and 1
t theological seminary at Columbia, S. time is guaranteed all who are forte I man, who has been under arrest at tend to the resignation of Huerta.

tality. tediosity have been visibly decreased. I C., to attend a meeting of the directors nate enough to have been honored ) Saltillo, prompted the state department !i Tonight's session was one of the
Senator D. U. Fletcher expressedhis This system which is partly an adaptation I
of that institution, and as a member with an invitation. I today to renewed activity in the most informal nature. Adjournment
gratification at being present asuch t of the card system and partlyone !
of that body participated in the missing American's behalf. !1 had been taken this afternoon in the

an enthusiastic intersectionalgathering of his own invention will be explained j I elecion of Dr. J. 0. Revis, pastor of '! Secretary Bryan asked American i : expectation that Suarez would be

of earnest Floridians and by Mr. Goodrich to the state the Presbyterian church of Columbia [ : Consul Hanna at Monterey if it would[ present at tonight's meeting.

complimented the active interest that association of title men when they I to fill the chair of English Bible Literature : BUSINESS OF f WESTERN[ I[ UNION be feasible to send a from II |

being taken in the good roads meet in Palatka next week. He believes I messenger
was '
problem and the Everglades situation. that he has done somethingthat I and Pastoral Theology. OFFICE[ SNOWS GRf[A Al INCREASE[ [ that city to Saltillo to determine i' DANNITTE MAYS QUITS RACE

From Columbia Dr. McKinnon went i I whether Silliman had been released. i I j FOR SEAT IN CONGRESS
Capt. Duncan Brossier outlined the will be of much value to all who
to Davidson, N. C., to attend a meeting Mr. Bryan's directions to Consul
plans for entertainment of the Orlando are engaged in the business, and to
I of the trustees of Davidson co Traveling Commercial Agent Says I Hanna make it plain that the Monterey !j I Monticello, Fla., May 20.-Dannitte
boosters, which included a trip to patrons as well, for it requires
lege, and was present during the commencement That From Every Point Prosperous I consul is to use his discretion H. Mays, former congressman from
the ocean beach, and dinner and a less time to do the work than formerly r-
I exercises. The features i in prosecuting inquiries. Officials ,, the third Florida district, will not
dance at the casino. and people are not under the necessity Condition Is Evident I
which impressed him most the here realize that there difficulties make the
| were I are many race to succeed Frank Clarkin
Thursday a trip will be made to of waiting eternally for their I
commencement sermon by Dr. T. H. I to be overcome in sending a [ congress from the second district,
Detroit where the boosters will be the aDS tracts.
1 guests at a fish dinner given by the I Rice, a professor in Union Theological The business of the Western Union I representative of the Monterey consulate '[I as announced some weeks ago. Mr.

Detroit boosters.A PLUMBERS IN TAMPA I seminary at Richmond, Va., and Telegraph company for the past week I from constitutionalist territory 1 Mays forwarded his check qualifying

the address by Josephus Daniels, sec- shows an increase of forty-eight per J', into the Saltillo district. i i iI : for the primary to the secretary of

pleasant run was reported by the After making Dan Shea, of Tam-i' retary of the navy, on "The Scholarin cent. over the same period of the preceding !I So persistent is the silence of the state and within twenty-four hoursI
visitors from Orlando, no trouble hav- pa, president of the organization and I
Politics. year, according to a statement:
last few days of the Mexican foreign I wired that official to return same.
ing been encountered except at Stuart electing other officers and I I
winds attending President Woodrow Wilson attended made to a reporter for the Sentinel II I I[ office with regard to the American Mr. Mays was a resident of the
where the high rendered to routine business, the delegates of I last i
Mr. A.
night by E.
Lang dis-
I for actual
passage of the St. Lucie river impos- the State Association of Master Davidson college for a year. Dr. trict | requests information re-1 I third congressional district until the
McKinnon said that the president of commercial agent, from Jackson :j garding I Vice-Consul Silliman that last session of the legislature, when
sible by the ferry, so they ran their Plumbers, left Tampa yesterday, I ville.
the took some officials fear he have been the act his
cars'across the railroad trestle, about thoroughly satisfied with their con- college occasion to mention I i may redistricting placed countyin
this fact in correcting a report that This gratifying increase in the bus- killed. It is more than a week since the second district. The announcement
three quarters of a mile long, a pre- vention. Although the plumberswere
while at Davidson the president had iness of the Orlando office is true of the Mexican foreign office and the of his retirement from the race
carious performance but one which here for Monday only, the men
been a poor student and his conductwas many other points in Florida, says !I Brazilian minister in Mexico City declared will be received with surprise by his
was successfully carried through. were pleased with the time they had I!
t not of the best. The college I Mr. Lang, and shows that the condition : that Silliman had been released friends in the second district
here. :
RESULTS president said he had taken the pains I is general and is not sporadic or from prison at Saltillo and was i ii j'
BASEBALL Besides to business
attending the
J i! to look up Woodrow Wilson's record : due to any sudden spurt of activity. i j i en route to the capital. SENATOR BRYAN MAY HEAD
delegates found time
to the
see city j
I i iI
j: while a student, and had found that "It may be regarded as strange, yet I Ii i COAL PROBE
National and ,
League to enjoy a Dutch Lunch at the I j I
l Pittsburg 4, Boston 1. German Club and a Spanish banquet I j: his general average was 91 and his I it is true that if there is any depres-!j!j Washington, May 20.-Special.-) :;
'I deportment 100. President Wilson sion in business the I President Wilson today appealed to':
Cincinnati 0, New York 5. at Manuel Garcia's restaurant. telegraph compa- ;I Washington, May 20.-Senator Bryan -

Chicago 10, Philadelphia 5. Officers elected besides President I j I did not graduate from Davidson, however nies are the first to fed it," said Mr. ;;1 Great Britain to assist this government has been selected for a conspicuous

but student there Lang, "and I it !' to obtain news concerning Consul -
5. Shea was a for only presume may be taken part in the investigation that is
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn were Charles Belote, of Jack-
American sonville I 1' one year. that the same is true when business !; Silliman, reported killed at Sal- to be conducted by direction of the
League vice-president; W. E. McAn- '
New York 3, St. Louis 1. drews, of Tampa, secretary; Joseph I|I Dr. McKinnon found his desk piled is good. If this is an indication Flor- :' tillo. A conference between Secretary ,senate to ascertain whether or not

high with ida is more than ever, and Bryan and the British ambassador, Jacksonville Fernandina
prosperous ,
Boston 0, Detroit 3. Fowler, of Jacksonville, treasurer. L.M. correspondence which had and other
accumulated over our entire system in this state ;, at which the latter asked the help of Southern
while he have been
ports discriminated
Washington 5, Cleveland 0. Roberts, of Jacksonville, retiring was absent, and -
Philadelphia 2, Chicago 5. president, was elected national state >I with this and the preparations for the the records show an increase of from the British government in regard to against in the matter of shipment -

Federal League president. case in court he will be kept busy for thirty to fifty per cent. over last ;i Silliman was an extended one. It of coal from the interior. Thee
i I
Pittsburg 6, Chicago 5. I / Orlando was selected as the conVention next few days. year." Mr. Lang took occasion to r has been practically admitted by th charge is made that under a systemof
highly compliment the local state and war departments that Silli
manager, interlocking directorates this
I discrimination
Brooklyn 2, Indianapolis 0. city for 1915. -
Miss Hurd, for the excellent I man is dead. ';
Buffalo 2, St. Louis 1. I Delegates to the national conven- 1 i A disastrous fire occurred about manage- I I is made to tighten the

Baltimore 6, Kansas City 7. tion, which will be held in Atlantic : noon Saturday in Trilby, totally de- ment of the office and the fine service -i I I grip of special interests on the pro
which is being given. } Jacksonville is to have a new launi duction
Southern League j City in June, were named. The men |! stroying the planing mill of H. B. i the ,: marketing of coal. Senator -
i dry, concern to be known as the
Birmingham 10, Memphis 2. o chosen are Dan Shea, C.1.. Chap-"Courtney! & Son and between 75,000 i Bryan, it was learned today, has
Montgomery 4, Chattanooga 1. man, of Jacksonville and A. J. Wall, and lOOjOOO feet of lumber for the DR. POULSON TO DELIVER ADDRESS company. The been selected as chairman and directing .
j organization will have
New Orleans 2, Nashville 1. ;;of Orlando.-Tampa Tribune, Wednes- [ Suwannee Pine company, C. C. Bailey AT ROLLINS j I of $50,000.I a capital stock head of the senate committee thatis

Atlanta 2, Mobile day. to make the investigation.
1. 0I receiver. The mill hands aided I

t South Atlantic League I !j by many Trilby people formed a bucket Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson of th j Merchants, druggists- and businessmen I!
Augusta 5, Columbus I j The summer numbers of June THE WEATHER
1. magazines brigade and by heroic efforts the Baptist church will deliver the com o generally in St. Augustine t
o Jacksonville 4, Charleston : are coming in daily. They are Suwannee Pine mill are -
i was saved. FireAtlantic mencement address at Rollins :1
I college 1 now observing the Thursday half holiday
Macon Florida: Partly cloudy Thursday
9, Savannah 3. entertaining and instructive. Curtis Coast Line
cars were burned. j Thursday morning of next week at and will continue to do
I so until 1 and
i Friday probably showers in
Columbia 4, Albany 3. & O'Neal. The loss is estimated at $10,000. 10 o'clock. ; extreme -
cool weather comes.
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Is getting in its work, as is evidenced each day, by the great crowds that gather at ORLANDO'S :
LARGEST STORE. The people are fast learning that all. this is something more than the usual Great ;:
I' Sale, which must depend solely upon printers ink for its success.
.' We have actually added$50,000 worth of goods, bought from the factory and mills, by Levy Brothers
of Jacksonville, less than six months ago, for this sale; and better still, they were bought through the
l courts at 50c ON THE DOLLAR.
t This enables us to give the great bargains to you that we are, without loss to us. This whole business :
is for you, we are not doing it for our immediate profit, but to bring you in and get you acqaint- :
i" ed with the biggest and best department store south of Jacksonville.

Come, bring the children, make use of our rest Rest Room; take the elevatorfor

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t We are.helping to solve the high cost of living in this department.

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i i per lb. Pillsbury Flour, 241b. sack 75c
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Mr. Editor-I reckon you think I (From the Gainesville Sun) There will be a meeting of the $ yqr' Jl1l9/neyf/mt

am a back number because I aint beena St. Ckud now has a population of Orange County Democratic Executive -

writin much just lately, but I'm 2,511, extiasive of the tourists. Committee at the court house in

here Mr. Editor, right at the front ltfUneeda i, Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23,

and not a takin no back seat. I allowed '1 I The municipal ice plant in Fernan- 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the When ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-

to go on this here booster trip, 1 i I dina is rapidly nearing completion purpose of meeting the inspectors and
i clerks appointed to conduct the primary I tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and
but see in as it would a took so much and will be ready to manufacture ice

gasoline and a counted up in other J about the first of next month. election on June 2nd, and trans- Edison Talking Machines and Records All
acting any other business which ,
ways, I says to my man, I says, we may
are both bound to stay to home this The tarpon season has opened in come before it. kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews

time and give a donation to the park St. Petersburg and fishermen are SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.

fund. I rather see that park a grow- BiscuitA busy trying their luck for the silver JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and
Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914.
in and improvin than go on the hike crisp, clean, nutri- kings. the latest idea in postal cards.
to Miami, tho the folks what went is tious food. For
a goin to have a fine time, somethinlike An annex is to be built to the present Who is your painter and decorator?
everybodyevery If[ you are satisfied keep the one you
what they call a lark I'm a thinkin where. Fresh in the Dade county court house at once. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, W. S. BRANCH
and a good thing it is for Orlando, moisture-proof pack The addition will cost approximately No. 636. 1-20-tf ,

I'm tellin you. Why, Mr. Ferris, them $12,000.
age, 5 cents
East Coast folks thinks there aint Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, The Arcade Book and Music Store

nothing here for to see except a log The annual commencement exer- at 519tf.IMIIIIHilMOIMMMiM F. .F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.

school house and a country grocery. cises of the Florida State School for

It's the truth that they tell as how In- the Deaf and Blind will be held in the

dians is running in the streets and auditorium of the institute in St. Augustine -

that we aint noways civilized. When Friday night.

they see all them grand automobilesand For Salei

read them posters what the Or The Courier says: 29,942 cratesof i i ii

lando folks is a scatterin about, I cukes, beans, potatoes and tomatoes i I N
have the
i ; following I
guess they will let up a bit on the log or about 70 cars, have been
properties which I offer J
school house story.I ZuZu shipped to Northern markets from
been amazin interested in this I Plant City in the past six days, net- ; at ATTRACTIVE PRICES

here club what gets up the music The funny little name : Mng the local growers approximately prior to going north:

shows, but the spellin is somethin of the famous little $32,000. I One California Bungalow

tough for me so I will just call it the ginger snap that puts !I ; one two-story house Just arrived car load

Men club for short, seein as you knowwhat fresh "snap" anduging.er" i The Jacksonville Council, United (corner lot.) Intending I FORDS for immediate -
I am a drivin at. I been to seethe into Commercial Travelers, are making
jadedappetites. I buyers will do well to get !
concerts what they been a givin plans for the entertainment of the
5 cents. in touch with me on delivery.
and Friday night my man he went grand council of Georgia and Florida,
too. They call it the Mickkydo which which will be held in that city on the above properties, which !

they say means a king or a emperor. 21st, 22nd and 23rd of this month.D. are both new and well Get yours now

Anyways it was mighty fine and if i located.

the Japan folks is all as funny as H. Gilbert, the "watermelon F. G. RUSK,

Ko-Ko I sure would like to go over king" of Florida, will open offices in FRED B. DALE Phone 226 I

and see 'em. Seems like their namesis Lakeland during the watermelon sea- I

as funny as the people, or mebbe son, having rented a handsome suitein 306 ANDERSON STREET

they's all nicknames what they the Evening Telegram building.Mr. .

ketched onto when they was little Gilbert will handle a crop of PHONE 376 7Hammond

kids. It was a sight better show about eighty acres for J. W. Kim- 'I.o alilalillallllllllillIIglllillllllillllllllllt

than they had when them Benzine- brough, besides several other crops in

Peruna folks was here last March, a this section.-Lakeland Telegram.
long sight better Mr. Editor. I just GRAHAM CRACKERS ,
laughed until I"couldn't ketch SUMMER TIME IS
The natural
breath (which I spose is dangerous if i ness and nutrimentof sweet- To THE WEST : FLY TIMEAre I
heart aint beatin I
your a just right)
the wheat are retained VIASEMINOLE '
and I'm "a hopin the Men club will I those windows screen-
giving thema .
give some more of them plays when delightful flavor [ LIMITED ed yet? Patented detach-
they get to working again-se.ein as I able hangers used on all -

sing bird-like myself I may jine 'em. xo cents. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm : screens. No ladder need
My man likes to sing too, but he cant Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I ed to take off or put on
always just ketch the right tune. I Buy biscuit baked bye 1:'Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00: pm I when washing windows.R .
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L.11:10 pm : :- -
heard tell as how there was NATIONAL I Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am J. WALDRON
branches a doin some stunts when Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L..___ 2:40 am : r
they give this Mickkydo, but I didn't BISCUIT Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am Contractor and Builder
COMPANY Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am I
exactly wavin about. Them 410 West Street &Qore
see any a
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am :
three little maids from school wasthe Always look for that name Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
prettiest sight I seen in many a I Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm ,
day, them dear little ladies a trottin II[Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
!Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm '
I ...
around and lookin like peaches and -- -!iAr Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm ---- -- -- -- >-- -
cream. I hope you seen 'em Mr. Fer TO THE PATRONS OF THE ORj j JAr Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

ris, cause I know it would a chirked LAXDO POSTOFFICE I|JAr' St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am For Salem

you up a bit. Hon Claude L'Engle, Congressman 'Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 a COMPARE
These fine rains we're a having Washington, D. Chas requestedapplicants |Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C._______ 3:30 am --
keeps me busy a workin in my yard, for appointment to the :;(Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am OUR
postmastership at Orlando to have i!':Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am Modern 8-room FURNITUREWe
so no more this time from their supporters write him personal Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 ami
Yours truly, letters advocating their choice, the furniture
House 2 doors provide quality that has long
instead of the in-I
applicants Solid
IZZY BUTTIN. sending I I i Through Trains-Composed of
been furniture
accepted by knowing buyers the
titions. I therefore
ask my frisndsto : observation, compartment, drawingroom
do me this favor, as I desire the section, sleeping cars, arid !-e e west of Wyoming standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
TIME ALLOTTED FOR DEBATE appointment. I have been a patron reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
'I ON ANTI-TRUST BILLS )f: this office all my life, and have always I and Chicago and Jacksonville Hotel. Bar- this point too clear-it is oue of the foundation stonesof
been a consistent and progressive I I nd St. Louis. All meals in dining this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Washington, May 19.- The house Democrat. I gain.A. .
rules committee today reported a special Respectfully, I car.For (f lets and Pullman car reser-
rule providing for a total of thir d3t-wlt. J. C. HULL I' ations, all on McNeil & DAVIS BLOCK
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, ,
ty-two hours general debate on the ,I
anti-trust with unlimited 'P. W.or WHITE Ticket L Bentley, 9 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
program Buy your garden seed from DeLaney ;:, Depot Agent, I
discussion under the five minute rule, & Abernethy. Just received a Atlantic Coast Line, 10 L AMELIA AVENUE J
the house to hold night sessions until big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tl Orlando. i .. 1

the three bills are disposed of. "IIIIIIIIII'QIIIIIIIIII.

The resolution provides that this ::

program shall not interfere with con- + '.'I'lc.t"'I'II lt II't'lll
sideration of the Iftllllllllllllllllllllllll III I'tllll J. t.+i
urgent deficiencybill Louisville $ Nashville R. R.
which is pending with an appro-

priation *>f $6,000,000 on account of .4iiH #i Orlando Bank & Trust Co
Mexican activity, nor with the consideration
of conference
reports on Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
apropriation bills, nor with the send-
ing of appropriation bills to confer- "MMIIMMIMMf r


Six hours of general debate is allowed Low Round Trip Summer
Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
the interstate trade
on commis-
Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
sion bill, the first of the trio of
meas- Tourist Rates ** Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
to be taken sixteen
ures ,
up on Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
the Clayton anti-trust bill and ten JACKSONVILLE TO I Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
hours on the Reyburn bill regulating

stock and bond issues of railroads. St. Louis .......$37.75 Chieac .. ...... $43.50 Cincinnati. ....$33.00
Denver .. .. .... 58.60 St Paul ... .. ..56.75 Louisville .. .... 31.50 $904,906.09
Colorado Spring 58.60 Duluth ... .. ... (1.50 KnoxTille ... ....21.40
Salt Like City .. 71.60 Winnipeg .. .... 78.75 Evansville.. .. .32.25 LIABILITIES
Final plans of the hospital to bet .. .. ..
Yellowstone ..... 78.00 Toronto. 48.90 Indianapolis 3640
erected on the East Hill by the Sis Portland .. .... 106.00 Montreal. .. ..55.15 French Lick .. .. 35.20 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

ters of Charity were exhibited to the Lot Seattl Angeles.. .........106.00 SJ.50 Mackinae Petoikey... ......... 53.0 51.58 Toledo Detroit................ 41.10 43.50 j Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None ;

physicians and a committee of citi- San Francisco ... 89.SO Buffalo. .... ..47.40 Mammoth Care ..30.90 I B payable . . . . . . . None
Glacier Park .... 82.7iapra Fans .. 47.40 Chaataaqua .. ... 47.40
zens interested in the movement by
1 Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due
the architect of the building today. Low rates to other points in Colorado, Canada

The original plans have been much Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionate I to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
changed and the building already low rates from other points in the State.

planned to occupy an entire block has Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 39. Return limit Oct. $904,906.09

been so enlarged that it will now 31, 19U.

face 300 feet on Twelfth avenue, and VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT LAKE COLORADO : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91 '

have a depth of an even greater dis- ;07 I Deposits April 11th 1914 . .
SPRINGS, EC . . 770,793.72
tance. It will be five ,stories in :

heighth, with a separate building for Going through St. Louis, Returning through Chicago, or Vice Increase in 37 days . . . . 121t08.81
colored, patients. As soon as the Versa. Liberal stopovers on all Tickets. :
Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
specifications are completed propos THE ATTRACTIVE WAY Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
als for the erection of the structurewill
be called for. The architect estimates Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
4 I that the plumbing alone will solid through trains daily-Choice of three different routes t:
t cost more than $35,000 and the building Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L. & Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. .
and equipment complete with the I I \. Dining Cars. No better dining car service. Fast time. Rock : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
three blocks it is to occupy, will aggregate Ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated bookletson I Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
all summer tourist resorts, rates, sleeping car reservations and I
fully a quarter of a million other information, address : friends and customers for making such a statement pos
dollars. It will be the finest hospital ; sible.
building in the state and one of the II. C. BRETNEY. FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT :I

finest in the South.-Pensacola Note 134 West Bay Street (Telephone 167.) Jacksonville, Fla :R ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKr



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South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) (From the Gainesville Sun) Taft, Fla., May 20.-Mrs. C. H. t

s MORNING AND WEEKLY Swat the fly and give him plenty of I|', Professor W. B. Owen, who has Nelson, Miss Frances Nelson, A. M.

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owntr. "Tangle Foot," but don't take any 1 been the principal of the Miami Bristol, A. J. Richardson, C. A. Tompkins -

"tangle foot" into your own stomach, !schools for five years, has resigned. and Carl Sphaler were shoppingin
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida will make i _____
u Second Qua Mail Matter. or you yourself out a bigger j I Orlando Thursday.W. !ASEALL

fool than the fly. >i The next regular meeting of the D. Gleason, of Orlando, was in I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES e t |I I,state board of pardons will meet in week with old :
Daily 1 Year ..........................$S.OO town last visiting (and
Daily 6 Months ....................... Y.50 Mr. Bradley of the Orlando Real the governor's office, in Tallahassee, new) friends for a few days. :
Daily 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 Estate has had the morning of June 10.
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50Weekly. company his Mitchellcar I"n Harry Moon, J. D. Rutledge, C. A. :
overhauled and remodeled and Tompkins, W. G. Sphaler, J. A. Sims, Fans are Apt to be

1 Year ....................... 1.00 avows that he will start before many The packing houses at Webster are and W. N. Gartman were in Orlando :
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .'ii I
i days to drive it to Connecticut. Possibly all working now and tomatoes are Saturday.Mrs. :

TO ADVERTISERS: he intends to fill the tires with leaving in car lots. Eight and ten I I A. L. Wright, of Orlando, vis- : Good Clothes FansA

this salubrious Florida air and turn it t cars of cukes are also leaving daily. ', ited with Mrs. Mary F. Moon Monday.I '

adver&inc Copy for must display be handed and all in vlher at the hand-set buiineu loose when he gets to Hartford or 1 f I II I I Mrs. S. S. Bowman and Mrs. C. A.

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ra. New Haven, as an advertisement for I Odew Ange, the oldest man in Manatee Tompkins are on the sick list. Dr. man who

the to chances day before for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it is his real estate business. r died a few nights ago. Had he Filbert is attending them. can afford to r

Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. lived until September 17 he would ; Leland Nelson, who has been em- spend the time to ..1

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued CoL Watkins' patent combined sidewalk have been 100 years old. I j I(I ployed in Jacksonville for the last few II take in the games '

should notify the office in writing on washers and profanity producers months, arrived home last Sunday.Mr. can usually afford t
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be I I to spend the
Pine and Atwood Smith, a Saurian, arrivedin Mrs. D. Miller moneyto
eontinued at the regular subscription rates one on street the other and J. were '
until notice to atop is received. Fort Meade Saturday with a big be well dressed. ,
one on Orange avenue, both work fine- .shopping in Orlando Monday.
alligator which he had killed with his To the man who can
ly every time it rains. They nearly The recent rains have freshened up
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1914. afford to wear good '
rifle in Peace river about a mile southof /
foot much.
prohibit passenger travel while garden truck very Shipping clothes
they are in operation, but there are that town. The 'gator weighed 400 I Irish potatoes goes on merrily, some : we commend -

Soon the agony'will be over. Just unpleasant features to all good thingsin pounds and measured eleven feet in going every day, and we do not need especially the j l
I new styles in '
ten days to the primary. this world. Eventually they will length. I any "high boots" either to walk the our

o go under ground with the telephone !' streets; but ditching is going on live- 1 J
The officers of the National Guard >
Orlando's school of instruction for vires. ly just the same in anticipation of a HART .
of Florida stationed in the different
election inspectors has been given rush of water from the Orlando real tSOIIAFFNER
cities in Florida are in St. Augustinethis
state wide publicity.As You might be making your plans as estate men.
to how you are going to enjoy(?) week to attend the annual campof
o instruction, which will continue until :
first half You
your Thursday holiday. TO ALL PLUMBERS OF TilE CITY I
the "Colonel" did so much to Saturday.Five .
can blister your hand with a shovel OF ORLANDO:
help Peary prove his discovery of the grading the back yard walk or mash Gentlemen: _
Pole perhaps he can get Peary to new building permits were issued & I
your finger trying to drive a nail, or It has been reported to the Com-
prove his discovery of "that river." in Jacksonville Thursday, these
get a "crick" in your back carryinga missioners that you are making con- :
o piece of timber and sliding it under permits carrying an aggregate esti- nections through the yards of var- ,

When you go to vote on primary the house, or whack your toe with mated valuation of $37,000. A new I making ious property connections owners with, preparatory the sewer.to ,' CLOTHES ,j 3 .

election day take poll tax receipt the apartment house of Julian Prewitte i
your axe attempting to split some kindling Your attention is called to the fact '
f with you, so that in case any wood, or run an orange thorn heads this list at $20,000.man that a connection fee will be charged : They're more than

mistake has been made by the offi- into your thumb while trimming the for these connections and this fee I good clothes, that
and every tax paying man and will with it the inspection of while the fabrics
cers you will not be deprived of your trees. If none of these interesting carry is t
woman to stand back of the city com- the entire line. 'd,
vote. exercises are available, the lady of Any lines that have been laid will I L It '
missioners and help them accomplishthat the tailoring always -
o the house may invite you to take up have to be uncovered and examined l
which we so much need. Fiftyor of the highest .
before connection will be allowed I :
the stair
Barbecues are becoming numerous. carpet and bat it. If she
sixty thousand dollars invested in with the sewer. You are therefore quality, the styles + e
There's one today at Chuluota and an- does, you had btter beat it (for the w
the enterprise will help to bring hun warned that any lines laid by you and designing are J-j,' ,
other tomorrow at Eustis. A Georgia golf links or the old fishing hole). in the past and any that you may a
dreds of thousands of dollars here for of special excel-
'cue artist will preside at the Eustis lay in the future will be subject to I
investment. The fifty or sixty thousand this lence.
inspection and such as are found
event, and this insures a large time Harry Floyd wants to be Dictatorof r dollars will not have to be paid I I not to be in compliance as to grade, Men and young men of exacting taste, regardless -

i and large feed. the Earth; but he ought to be content but once and we will get our money's .I making of joints, etc., will have to be of pocketbook, choose them.

0- to be poet laureate of Florida, worth and more too. The hundredsof removed and relaid.Furthermore .
The Colonel has returned. For the which he Tribune. all those who will
is.-Tampa thousands of dollars will be a per- make connection for this work will be WE STOCK A MAGNIFICENT RANGE i iYou'll
first twelve hours he wouldn't talk When the versatile poet-lawyer of
manent addition to our assessed val- placed under a special bond.
: politics, but after that he plunged Apalachicola gets his muse tamed uation and will keep right on paying Any work done is at your risk.E. .
f right in and began to tell the world down so that his verses appear in F. SPERRY, -
taxes indefinitely. Boost the unsightly -
what he thought about things that the Century Scribners, the Forum, Mayor -
old jail into the background and Attest: Carl Jansen, City Clerk
had transpired since he left these and other
Lippincott's, magazines of 11
boost a pretty city building into its 5 21-3t
shores. A trip across the continent their standing, he can begin to thinkhe li ., NtP
k place. Let the building be large ?at.- iIf''
is planned for the Colonel as soon as is possibly in the same class with enough to include a permanent meet- Job printing at the Sentinel.MMMMMMMHIHHOM.

he gets back from his little run over Victor Starbuck, Orlando's real sure
ing room for the Board of Trade, the ,
to Spain to see his son married. Asa enough poet-lawyer, whose work is a r I. ll / oI
Civic League, a tourist headquarters, *
ring master the Colonel is the best attracting attention among the lire I
etc., besides the council chamber and
a the country has ever produced. of the Floridais
rary people country.
'. the city offices. The only way to \ T.F.BOURIHANLicensed a
o full of writers I
but far
verse so
build a city is to build it. When Chicago -
# The ball players of Orlando are go- as we know, Victor Starbuck is the had one thousand population Plumber and y j

ing to get together and see what can only real poet in the state. Sanitary Engineer
they began to work for ten thousand, I
be done in the way of giving the people *
and when they got the ten thousand Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
summer amusement of this kind. '
The greatest need of Orlando at the they placed their mark at a hundred Promptly to. I IIb.
They deserve and it
encouragement present time is a city building. The thousand. As soon as this ambitionwas PHONE 6z9 I
goes without saying that Orlando will
very best possible place for it is the reached they started for a mil- 106 Court Street
rally to their support. Baseball of
lot now occupied by the county jail lion, and if the old planet continues
the kind that Orlando has had in the I \
I About the worst place in town for the to revolve in its orbit, Chicago will ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
past is too expensive for a small cityto .
jail is its present location. It is a have ten million population some day.That's 421lmlillMMMMIMMIMMMIt 1
undertake. An association to
agree time for every business man and wo- the Chicago spirit.
I upon and enforce a rule for local tal-

l ent only is needed to insure a full --- .I

season of amateur baseball. 1'11"'I"I'III"I'I'I"'III""III"11111"1",11",1",1 .

I o If you are contemplating a sea voyage this summer
Brother Branch in another columnof
P a package of McElroy's Sea Sick Remedy
the Sentinel confesses himself unacquainted R V 35c

t with the work of Florida liii Ip IillhIiUJ will absolutely prevent any sea sickness. It is no .

poets when he says there is only one. J dope and is guaranteed,

I Harry Floyd probably never submit- Bcii'OYl/

ted a piece of verse to any of the big McELROY'S PHARMACY 33 YEARS
magazines-he prefers to write for ESTABLISHEDMMMMItillMMMMMMIMMil

Florida papers. He has written some
real poetry. Miss Anne McQueen, of TS't

Tallahassee, has had poems printedin

the best magazines of the countryand > ++fr" 'l I 1" " " .

some of them have been widely

t i copied, being given place in the Literary
see a good many people doing the
f Digest, where only the real
; poets land. Ed Lambright used to Tango indifferently well; you'll see few who are I

{ spin off first class verse, some of really expert-you can tell them instantly,

which was clearly eligible to be designated ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES though-It's that way with good corsets. No

f' as poetry. Orlando is proud matter what your type of figure is, in the "BON aTOX"
of Victor Starbuck, for he qualifies Commencement Day-an important event in the
lives of should receive fitting mark there's a model that will give you the t
$ beyond question, but in the meantimewe young people some
we are not jealous of the rights of of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the fashionable contours of the moment. I

i others.If occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of "
We stock the "BON TON.
i 0 Jewelry? .

Harry Clarke, a white man, I PRICE-

i keeps up his reputation as a drinkerhe DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

will end his days in the stockade. I M I
s The has We direct the attention of relatives and friends to
man been arrested $3.50 to
t times for this offense, his sprees many almost the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $25.00 t

j store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new t.
immediately following his release -
from est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
i the stockade, and on one
occasion mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
while he
} was a "trusty" at
and assortment.A .
i that institution.
He had not quite
visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
finished his last
t term at the city'ssanitary
institution when he obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
to get hold of some whiskey with the Dickson-Ives !

t result that he was picked up in a

r drunken condition. A fine of $6 or

twelve days at the stockade was addI CoJL

;I ed to his sentence, and Clarke went : l

back to the "bull ring" muttering : _d __ _____ ___
t that they gave him whiskey just to :

keep him at the stockade forever.- : DEPARTMENTAL
Tampa Times. '

f It must impress all who give any :

thought to the subject that our system : the JewelerOPPOSITE a ,

f: hopelessly for dealing wrong with and such futile.cases What is ,: EIIe e Ae1 fflJ3AO n;

good does it do the man or the city to POSTOFFICE

keep him in the stockade? Some way : ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

should be provided for all such cases :

to be given the. medical treatment : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

that they need to restore them to .. iMtllMIIMMHI

usefulness and self respect. .." , , 1111111 t t,


,4 tj

j WADE n l i g ;i

ORLANDO, FLA. Miss Mary Leiper, of Little Rock, \ ritIillBUYS 1 -- = 1

J Ark., the attractive house guest of o | | Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. iI

her cousin, Miss Mary Branham, was I Admission 5 cents | "Get 1 M leu's" :

the honoree of a delightful party e I. ,
Mrs. C. D. Christ and little son given by her hostess yesterday after- I D aDGt 4DaDasa DOHDCTODAY'S

have gone to Moorestown, N. J., to noon. :
spend the summer. After an informal reception, a con-

test, involving the names of flowers, Another Big Animal Picture Play for

Miss Mary Holley, teacher of do- was set before the guests, who speed REAL ESTATE Today 11 I
"Raid "
the hid of the Human Tigers. A Commencement TimeIs
made at cleverly
ily guesses
mestic science at Cathedral school, 101 Bison three reel drama. It was
left yesterday for Virginia, Minn. den answers. Miss Ruth Palmer was during the making of this picture that

winner of the contest and was pre- 600 acres south of Winter Captain Bolton, playing the part of Here 1'
sented with a dainty prize. the chief, entered the pond where a
Mrs. E. R. Trammell returned to Miss Eliza Wright and Miss Eliza- Garden and west of score or more of alligators were kept. i
He was forced to use his cane unmer- Want for that
her aftera a one
home in Lakeland yesterday present .
beth Branham gave several vocal ; Gotha, including 10 acre 'I cifully to escape being snapped by
brief visit with Mrs. T. H. Fuller. numbers, adding much to the pleasureof The the jaws of the brutes. Animal pic- who graduates? You can getit I

the guests, Miss Elizabeth later i orange grove. en- tures are always interesting to young without
and old alike and this at our store any
Mrs. C. D. Hedrick and little daughter aiding her sister in serving delicious ; tire tract covered with diticn one has in ad- &
an unusually good plot which trouble and but little
of Watertown, Fla., are visitingA. brick ice cream, cake and bonbons.In yellow pine timber. Two adds much to its attractiveness.

A. Patch and family on Lake Cher- attendance was the honoree, Miss miles of lake shore. Remember, Friday May 22, will be pense.
okee. Leiper, Misses Elizabeth Branham, the next drawing. Be sure and bring

Emma Hainer, Ruth Palmer, Jennie mlllililtMMMMttMMIll your coupons. I n Every Graduate n

Miss Elise Harris leaves today for Baas, Rachel Harris, Ada Bumby, ---- -- -- -- i

Canton, Miss.', to 'make a visit. She Berta Branch, Grace and Mary Holt, MRS. LAUGHLIN HOSTESS FORR. "

will also visit in Louisiana before I Eliza and Alta Wright, Mabel O'Neal, I I A. CLUB should have something now,

returning home. : Claire Robinson, Willie Person, Susie FATHER FOX ENTERTAINS TilE that for
they can keep years,
I Magruder, Chittenden, Peter, and CATHOLIC CHURCH CHOIR
The fortnightly meeting of the
Mesdames E. F. Akers, J. M. Daet- to remind them oi Iriends,
Mrs. W. P. and mother
Gwynne Royal Auction Bridge club was held
went up to Sanford yesterday and wyler, J. B. Magruder., Holbrook, After choir practice Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. James Laughlin loved ones and the happiest

drove back their auto which J. Y. Cheney, and D. R. Ellerbe. Rev. Father Fox entertained the mem- I
was III., and a third table of players was days of their Hie.
shipped to them from New York. bers of the choir of the Catholic added to those composed of dub mem-

MRS. BEEMAN ENTERTAINS Aj church. The guests assembled in the

Mrs. Wolfe, mother of Mrs. P. Phil- BRIDGE PARTY parlors of St. Joseph's academy, I bers.Mrs.. Oates and Mrs. Shaw, of Day-
Allen & Co.
lips, leaves today for Forrest, Miss., which had been prettily decorated for I tona, are the charming guests of :Mrs. ,

after spending a couple of months Three tables of bridge players were the occasion with potted plants, and Laughlin, and they, with Mrs. Joseph

with her daughter on Lucerne Circle. prettily entertained yesterday by after an hour of conversation, deli- Cheney, Mrs. James Magruder, Mrs. JewelersPrompt

Mrs. H. L. Beeman, the out-of-town cious refreshments were served. Be- L. B. Fort, Mrs. J. S. McEwan, :Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hanson left yes- guests being Mrs. Shaw, and Mrs. fore the leavetakings Father Fox pre- Ralph Yearby, Mrs. L. H. Lawrence, Repairing.

terday for their home at Franklin, Oates, of Daytona, the house guestsof sented a new book to each of the and Miss Hart, as visitors and sub

Pa. They spent the winter in the flat Mrs. James Laughlin III. members. Composing the choir are: stitutes for the day, the regular players Everything Guaranteed.

of Dr. Wattenscheidt, on Court street. The scoring resulted in favor of Sister Gertrude, organist; Misses present being Mrs. Seth Wood-

Miss Margaret Hart, and Mrs. C. B. I Irene Burke, Irene Lancaster, Lea ruff, Mrs Gaston Edwards, Mrs. F. D.

Mrs. E. B. Wherry leaves today for Robinson, who won dainty prizes.At Mayer, Tobin, Ella Spellman; Mes- Carr, Mrs. II. L. Beeman, and the ,

Kansas City, Mo., where she will join the conclusion of the games a dames Ralph Yearby, Joe Hugh hostess.

Mr. Wherry. They expect to spend tempting salad, with sandwiches and Reese; Messrs. Cestia Lawton, James Numbers of exquisite roses were [6.

the summer at Pawnee City, Ne coffee, were served. I Spellman, Lavigne.W used in decorating, and a delicious AeOI] t.ii ..Itf"111111111I'III'lllllllltI'OIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII"

braska. Those present were Mesdames luncheon was served.

Oates, Shaw, Laughlin, Robinson, I C. T. U. NOTES "

Messrs. L C. Massey, T. Picton Woodruff, Edwards, McEwan, Carr, ROYAL ARCH MASONS CONCLUDE -
Warlow and W. R. O'Neahave returned Giles, Fort, and Miss Hart. The Conway W. C. T. U. will havea $ JlllfincflfJQu
from Jacksonville, where they picnic dinner at the Conway school j'yPur

attended the Grand Chapter of Royal MRS. HUDSON HOSTESS FOR ; grounds on Thanksgiving day. Din-
Jacksonville Fla. 20.-This
Arch Masons. I TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ner will be at 12 o'clock. Hot coffee May
i will be served by the W. C. T. U. la- morning's session marked the open- .A.LJT: Y
of the last of the
ing day
Mrs. H. W. Richardson, who has The members of the Twentieth dies. At 2 o'clock will be a praise .
annual convocation of the Grand
been stopping at the residence of Century club held a very delightful service followed by a silver medal

Mrs. A. Rinaldi, on South Lake street, meeting yesterday at the home of I contest. Dr. Louis T. Jones, lately Chapter, Royal Arch Masons of Flori- Is first, last and all the time the important consid-
da which
left yesterday for her home at Ham- Mrs S. R. Hudson. The reading for from Iowa university, Iowa City, but convention began yesterday
and will be concluded the eration in
morning, at our groceries.
burg, Mich. the day was from the second act of now a resident near this city, will

"King John," which was followed by I i deliver an address during the absenceof Priest session tonight N., with Grand High. When quality is considered you will find our pricesare
Harry Sweeting presiding.The
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hathaway and many interesting current topics, given', the judges. Program for contest
I I' feature of this morning's session lower than in the city.
Mrs. Hathaway's mother, Mrs. Ben- under the direction of Mrs. Mathews. will appear later. Every one inter- any grocery
the election of officers for
nett, left yesterday afternoon for Dainty refreshments were served by I ester\ in the onward march of reformare the was All goods guaranteed strictly fresh.

their home at Fall River, Mass. They the hostess at the conclusion of the invited to unite with us in this ensuing year.
The Most Excellent Master's degree
spent the winter at the Lucerne. afternoon.Mrs. meeting.Mrs. .
will be conferred at the session to begin -
T. Huxtable, president.
i at 2 o'clock this afternoon and
Many friends of Miss Lou McIlvain Jas. L Giles went to Tampa
are in receipt of invitations to the yesterday to visit with Mrs.' H. G. St. Augustine, Fla., May 20, 1914. the Royal Arch degree will be con- : THE SANITARY GROCERY

graduation exercises of the National Crowder. -The State W. C. T. U. Conventionof ferred tonight.

Cathedral School for Girls, at Washington Florida, now in session at this The splendid attendance and enthusiasm CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
of the this is
D. C., Miss McIlvain being one Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Gar- place, is largely attended by delegatesfrom meeting year
of the graduates. den, was in the city yesterday. Mr. all over the state. The keynoteof most gratifying, and an effort is be- 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
of the convention was given in the ing made to bring the Florida chap-
Newton is a candidate for the legisla-
Mrs. Joe Davis went to Jacksonville ture and is hot on the trail of the I' welcome addrss of Mayor Corbett, ters up to the highest standards in -
I conformance with the strictest inter-
yesterday to join Mr. Davis. They voters. who, in ringing words, gave this slogan CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
s are both on the entertainment com- |I "Never Quit. He said: "When pretation of the beautiful ritual of

mittee for the United CommercialTravelers' Mr. J. E. Jelks, who sold us the la'|'I young man applies to me for workI the grand chapter.The I FUNERAL DESIGNS
for charter : t
convention which first to whiff of his breath.I applications
convenes terra cotta piping for our sewerage try get a 11111 ltllllllllllelllllll"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII" ""
the Masons of Fort Lauderdale "
there this week. system, left yesterday for Palatka.Mr. then try to get sight of his finger- by ,
Eustis and will be
Jelks spent about a week here I nails, and if they are stained by nicotine Leesburg reportedupon

Mr. and Mrs. L H. Gedge and fam- and says Orlando is going to have one from the nasty cigarette I tell at one of the sessions today. MR. BUCIIER PIANIST A WONDERFUL White Star MarketDUREN
The annual election of
ily leave today for Petoskey, Mich., of the finest systems in the country.He I him I don't want him and to move officers yes-
to the The terday resulted in the following officials Bucher soloist and tango & COMPANY Proprietors
spend summer. Gedges says we have a particular engi- IOn. Mr. piano
spend most of their time in Orlando neer, which is all the better for us. I Mary Harris Armour will deliver being installed for the ensuingyear dancer, with the Glendevere Tango
captivated his many listeners -
and next will find them addresses and : company
September on Thursday Friday at the Lucerne by
last night again
M. E. Olin S.
Wright, president.
again in their home on Hillcrest ave- Annie Coleman Chapter U. D. C. evenings. his wonderful execution of the "Ros-
: E. Alonzo M. Cushman, vicepresident. "
nue. is requested to meet at the home of ary, and some popular music. His
I playing has to be seen and heard to
Mrs. J. T. Fuller, Friday, May 23, at BASEBALL PLAYERS NOTICE
the music
be appreciated, and surely
E. Irving E. Webster chaplain.E. .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Pierce leave three o'clock, to make wreaths to sendto I lovers of Orlando who have not already -
Wilber P. Webster
today for a tour of the southern part Camp Chase, Ohio. Bring neces- I All those who can play baseball, or secretaryand heard him will afford them- 1i

of the state before going to their sary materials.Eat have played, or are willing to try, treasurer.E. selves a great treat by listening to his

home in Indiana. Mr. Pierce was interested please report at the fair grounds today Chester De Roches, master of music.
I ceremonies.E. The sketch presented by Mr. Glen-
in the Orland hotel, but yes- what you want. at 3:30 p. m. for a work out. don, Miss Glendevere and Mr. Bucherwas i
terday disposed of his interests to Eat all you want. I C. S. Hammatt, conductor.E. very pleasing and brought much

the other members of the firm,, Take a postscript and forget it. I If your paper is not delivered James Carnell, herald.E. applause, as did Mr. Glendon's song.
I For sale by all dnrggists.t7d&wtyr.
William R. O'Neal steward.E.
Messrs. Dean and Topliff. ,, promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Will C. Andress, guard. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

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Foster Ideal crib, cane seated chairs, I BUYS MEAT

Escanaba, Mich., May 20.-(Spe dining East table.Pine.No. 9 Liberty 5-21-3t street, that she knows will all be eaten.

At The Lucerne Today cial-The forest fire situation is con- corner The tender, toothsome, juicy

siderably improved in all sections to- FOUND-Bulb for auto horn. Owner kind that will be eaten to the

t 'day. In this vicinity the wind abated may have it by identifying and pay- last mouthful. Uneaten meat is

1 and fires are diminishing. Rain is ing for this notice. Call at Sentinel. a waste. If she buys her sup

predicted. The village of Curley, I plies here there will be none
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
west of here, is thought to have been 3-5-tf uneaten and thus no waste.

And the balance of this .w ek. destroyed today, but detailed infor- 2, Orlando. the Sentinel. I Phone 23

mation can not be had because of the Subscribe for ,i 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

interrupted communication facilities.The .

The Glendevere Tango CompanyPRESENTING town of Nadeau, to the south, MM I: We insure your life and loan you
was badly damaged but saved from money on real estate at 6 per cent
i I I I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
complete destruction by the Marinettfire Shoe Repairing
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
department. The Calumet region 1 3-25-d&wtf

fires have been halted by rains. by PARCEL POST ;


AND- \ TANGO ARTISTS AT ST. LUKE'S Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8se ; Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

60c to 75c Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
MR. BURT BUCHER J This being Ascension day, there Ladies' Half Soles, i I
t will be a celebration of the Holy Children's Half Soles_ SOc to 750 ;
doing the "Inspiration Tango the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank Communion in St. Luke's Cathedral Hand Turned Soles, *l.oo t j 1 Sentinel want ads. are money get

Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. I at 10 o'clock. Heels Repaired, 2c I I ters. Try them.IOSTEOPATHY.

i All work returned in 24 hours. '
Eat what want
: you :
"THE BELLS OF AUSTI Eat all want. 1 Ordt.ts without remittance returned -
a two reel Domino; and one you C. 0. D.Ve pay
and it.
Take forget
a postscript
; other good reel. : For sale by all drugg su. return postage.

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j Admission: First Floor Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cents i: Read the Morning Sentinel. Price A. Hanson i Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

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f Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

l- OAKLAND NEWS NOTES I I Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford FISHBACK FOR POSTMASTERI superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

f"t -- I Fla. Write or phone for prices.
5-19tf. am a candidate for postmastership are all right, then why not put us to the test.
; Oakland Fla., May 19.-Clever girts of Orlando and will highly
appreciate -
1- __ ___ _ ____
; of Oakland and Tildenville have organized I 1I it if all of my friends will
I write to Hon. Claude L'Engle, Wash-
Camp D. C. endorsing for that
ington, me This
i with Miss Gertie Speer as guardian. REPRESENTATIVEI position.If WayYour

; They had a picnic at the Holmer appointed I will do my utmostto

! place on Johns lake last Friday. hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Representative to fill the place acceptably, and to

the action of the Democratic primary to be faithfully perform all the duties devolving -
Those of the camp who attended were held June 2nd. upon me, and to conduct the doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your
Misses Gertie Speer, Edith and Cath- J. H. REESE.
affairs of the office so well that my
case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
erine Sadler, Dora Tilden, Lillian FOR REPRESENTATIVE friends may never have cause to regret -

Vick, Mae Petris. Their guests were the support they gave me in my ; if your prescription had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have :
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep candidacy.
Gussie Henschen, Olive Michael, Mar- resentative from Orange county subject to Your very truly, saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
garet Query, Harold Tilden, Grey Michael the action of the Democratic primary to beheld D. E. FISHBACK.
June 2nd.
and Mr. J. E. Willis. Bathing S. S. GRIFFIN. 183t.

was the principal amusement. Of
course, the dinner prepared solely by PEOPLE'S ,V ANTSIUNNUIAKERS
the girls was the most important and I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Representative from Orange county for the
enjoyable feature. next session of the Florida Legislature sub-
Mrs. Nannie Hudson and children ject to the Democratic primary to be held ) we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
June 2nd.
went to Linden Friday to spend a C P. DICKINSON. Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

week wth her mother. : FOR REPRESENTATIVEYielding lent etc., for this column 25c for one (day doctor wrote it.Don't.
60c for three days or $1.00 for one week for your
Mr. :Miles, an old friend of Eugene i %5 words or less. Money must accompany
to what to be the desire -
Speers, spent the week end with him. appears in almost the advertisements fer this column as no
of leading citizens every precinct -
insertions will be made on credit
He was en route to Webster.Mr. of Orange county that one of the candidates
to be nominated for Representativein
J. W. Wheeler and family have the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe FOR SALE Forget

moved back to Tampa. Mr. Wheeler from the country precincts I hereby an- Nursery stock, one, two, three and .
has been the efficient foreman at the nounce a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
Exchange packing house. Little Berta FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB- Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle*

will be greatly missed from the Sun- LIC INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT NO. 2 Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

day school where she was such a reg- election I hereby as a announce Member of myself the County a candidate Board for of fOR SALE-A good mare; sound and be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
ular attendant.
Miss Gertie Speer went :Monday to Public County Instruction Florida. from District No. 2, Orange 5-20-dlOt-wlmo gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla. ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate

Sanford to attend the commencement : -it chanees this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
FOR SALE-Cull tomatoes, $1.00 per
exercises and visit with friends.Mr. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I crate, f. o- b. Good for canning and these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
Hall and family moved last I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor chow-chow. Address Partin Bros.,
week to :Mr. Charles Alden's cottage, re-election to the office of Member of Wagner, Fla. 5-14-6t People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
Board of Public Instruction. Orange County
on the clay road. from District No. 3, subject to the comincprimal'
Very respectfully. SALE-Mitchell roadster
) FOR ; rare
Mr. and Mrs. Cook have left for WM. EDWARDS.
bargain; recently completely overhauled -
their home in Milan :Mich. like ZeU nod. Fla.
They and made good as new in ev-

Florida well enough to locate in the FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION ery part; guaranteed first class con-
near future. Mr. Cook I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor dition; must be sold at once, even at
was superin- re-election to the office of Supervisor ei White & :
sacrifice. Come, or address, Delaney Abernethy
tendent of the mason work of :Mr.McCauley's Registration for Orange County subject to
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
contracts. 1914. 4-23-tf
Hemmingway, bank inspector,

paid our bank a visit this past week. SHERIFFI FOR SALE-One thoroughbred Ala Next Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.
hereby announce myself as a candidate bama hound. Address I. Turner,, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Speer move for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the Apopka, Fla. 5-12-lw

this week to the cottage recently va- Democratic primary of June FRANK 2nd GORDON.1914. -

cated by :Mr. Wheeler.A FOR SHERIFFI
WANTED man of 55, able to care
jolly crowd of girls went for a announce myself as a candidate for the for stock and do other work, desiresa Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
ride on horseback to Winter Garden office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Deliv-
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Thursday.Mr. native of Orange county. In asking the votesof ery, city. 5-14-lw i Look through your desk and se? if
fellow ,citizens I pledge myself to discharge OPTICAL REPAIRING there is
Thompson Oliver of Alabama my I not some stationery of which
the Vities of the office without fearor LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
an old veteran who attended the reunion favor to any man for the upholding of the about 35 pounds each names
laws and the preservation of pease and good ; at 24 and we will call, get your
came on down to visit his kins- order in the county. "Sandy" and "Michael. Reward. 132 Orange Avenue _.._..........:.:.", "'" J.; order and do the work promptly and
folk, Mr. Arthur Speer and family. E. Beeman. 5.12-tf: "\ at the lowest price consistent with

They had known of each other ever WILLIAM IL DOUGLASS.FOR WANTED-Four or five room cot- Next door to People's Bank, 410: ,, best high attention.grade work.Sentinel It will Court receive street.our

since childhood but had COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION close business up-stairs. Acute and chronic ,
never per- DISTRICT NO. 3 tage, to part of city. .
sonally met before. State location and rent desired by diseases treatedTelephone I I
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor month or year. Address, Mr. Pippin, Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Mr. Geo. Croft has recently sold his the office ef Member of the County; care Sentinel office. 5-15-3 DR. L H. RAMSDELL for prices on Tomato' Egg Plant and
late home to Mr. C. F. M. Smith, who Board of Public Instruction from School 578. Pepper Crates. 4-29m
Board District Ne. 3, subject to the actionof
will further improve the property.Mr. tHe Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. BEFORE BUYING OR SELLINGyour OPTOMETRIST

: Geo. Tennent left Monday to the If e>e'cr'i-t''fl 1:nul will interests give thoughtful of the attention county and to orange grove, or other real Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor lo Dr. 0. P. Likiiu) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
visit awhile with his wife's folks and faithful tervice. estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold, is the kind you want Where to get Repair Shop.
a H. GALLOWAY.FOR Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine FLORIDA
it? That's ORLANDO. -
go on to Asheville to assist his father easy, phone 636. W. T.
street after June 1st 5-15-lxv
Entrican. fixed in
who is greatly improved in health, THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC : 1-20-tf If you want your bicycle'
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 Put money in thy purse by advertising take it to W arman s Repair
: but not quite able to do all his work WANTED-Good sewers in the dressmaking Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. a U-S-v-
demands of him.McLEAN I hereby announce myself as candidate for department. Apply to Mrs. I Shop.
the office of Member of the Board Jf
County W. L. Burnett
Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo. second floor, Yowell ................ - _ a.a...&...&.
Duckworth .
2, subject to the action of the Democratic I building. 5-18-3 iit
FOR POSTMASTER primary June 2nd 1914. If elected I will 1111111'lliiiiii" llili.it111111111111111111111111".tt"il" "
give due attention to the work of the office. FOR RENT
and endeavor to be fair to all the school
Having served the of Or- interests of the county.

lando for the past twelve people years in the J. B. REDDITT. FOR RENT-Seven room house; reference IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THf HOUSE

capacity of postoffice clerk, I should FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI required. Address D, Box
am a candidate for the office of Coun- 625, Orlando. 5-20-lt
like to continue my service in the ty Commissioner of Orange county from

higher friends position wish me of to postmaster.serve them in If such my people District here to 2.the a If number best elected of I of my promise years ability I te having am serve qualified the resided NICELY Lake Cherokee FURNISHED for rent from HOME June on to

to know the needs of the section and f FURNISHING R I I I IN R REAL[ l lE..AE
October [
R capacity upon me they by writing will confer CongressmanClaude a favor the people. Respectfully A. C. STARBIRD cottage.. also Address six room Kentucky unfurnished Home Q QUESTION

L'Engle, Washington, D. C., a Apopka. Fla. 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk

,t letter endorsing me for that position. FOR COMMISSIONER
Congressman L'Engle has asked J hereby announce yrelf a candidate for FOR RENT-Two suites of rooms EST:
I re-election as Commissioner from District No. for light housekeeping. $12.50
that the patrons of the Orlando post I 3, grange county Florida subject to the suite per month. Apply 307 East per
action of the
Democratic primary to be held
office write him expressing their June 2nd. UI(. Pine. 5.14-6t
choice for postmaster. This being the J. L. DILLARD. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

case it is likely that he will be con- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR our store RENT-Two at No. 9 W.office Church spaces street.in delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

trolled in his decision largely by the I hereby anuunce myself as a candidatefor Come in and
County Commissioner, Orange County we will show you. Pierce pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
number of letters he receives. I will District Four abject to the action of the Electric Co. 3-29-tf
deeply appreciate anything done in Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. I will ble in every sense of the word.
greatly appreciate your IUPpe TO RENT Some very desirable mod-
behalf.I Yours truly,
my C. J. SWEET. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. jtlllllllimiMIIMttMIMttHUiiMllillMHIIMIIIIIIIIHMH '
have been a l life long Democrat, Pine Castle Fla. 4-26-tf

I but being under civil service rules I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you ,ito

am forbidden to be active. MISCELLANEOUSOPENED
politically I announce myself as a candidate for reelection -
My record in the postal service is a to the office of Cvanty Commissioner purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
Orange County District Five subject
guarantee that the place will be efficiently to the decision of the Democratic primary. AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The
filled if the people honor June 2nd 1914. Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
Respectfully all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-
by making it possible for me to se- Ft. Christmas Fla. E. L. BROWN son. Your patronage solicited. S. feature you.ttttttiiitiMiiiMiitiMMiiMHMaemtititmimmimiMM.

I cure the appointment. Belch, proprietor. 5-3.1m

I hereby announce my candidacy for the PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub York city, with residence, to ex- -
"John Josephus, a candidate for ject to the action of the Demoeraitc primary change for Orlando
called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated and property on cash
the legislature, is a spindle-shanked, elected I pledge you my faithful service. valuation. J. M., 307 West street,

slab-sided, two-faced, cheap grafter ARTHUR BUTT. Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w

andHold on-that is liable to FOR COMMISSIONER material KincaidFurniture l Snowden
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Spray insecticides and
cost us $1,00 Ounder the new primarylaw. re-election as County Commissioner from fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San- I
We apologize to Mr. District No. 1 of Orange county subject to ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
r Josephus. the action of the primary of June 2nd. You t
He was that previous to last Satur- support will be greatly appreciated.M. 429lm.

day. Today he is a gentleman and a 0. OVERSTREET. -
of Characterat
scholar.-Clearwater Sun. FOR COUNTY TREASURER Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
I hereby announce myself a candidate for for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. Don't wait for every one in town to
recently organized .
H. TUCKER. Prices.
in have Entrican, the painter, before Popular .. .... .
concerns Jacksonville is the West FOR TAX COLLECTOR you try. Am too busy to look you

Riverside Development Company, I hereby announce myself as a candidate up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

which is chartered to engage in a of for Orange re-election County to the subject office to of the Tax Democrats Collector job. l-20-tf Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If ; ;
general real estate business and is First class
elected I pledge to you my faithful service' a specialty at
capitalized! at $50,000. as I have endeavored to give in the past Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St.

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POSTMASTERS OF FLORIDA IN The Jacksonville council.of United It is possible that the "Colonel" has "
tT .
ANNUAL MEETINGSt. Commercial Travelers are ready for discovered a river, but will even this I I
the entertainment of the ninth annual revive the Progressives? -Times-
Augustine, Fla., May 19.-With session of the Grand Council of Florida Union. We don't know whether a GROVE THE
postmasters of every class in attend- and Georgia, which meets in that river will have any effect or not, but I MARKET

ance from every section of the state, city Thursday, Friday and Saturdayof there will certainly be a "flow of ora- _
the seventh annual convention of the this week. tory" used in the ffort Of Cleanliness Of
State Association of Postmasters QualityFRESH
Ten acres on beautiful lake
opened here today. In connectionthe !
ninth annual convention of the "IIII'J'llllllllllllllllllllllllltIIIIQI' 'O' = IIII" I I two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS

Florida League of Postmasters, which i court house in the fastest growing
embraces offices of the third and
I M I section of Orange County,
fourth class. Beck &
Paynes Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
The convention promises to be one : Seven hundred orange and grape

of importance. Several officials of I fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
the postoffice department are in attendance -
and it is possible that the Cash Grocery I full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

postmaster general may be present on big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

one of the days. Papers dealing with getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
efficiency organization of the work
and many other features have been Present crop on trees indicatetwo

been planned.granted The leaves men in of attendance absence by have the STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES thousand boxes. Price only I The PARLOR MARKET

"for 6500. Cash $ ,OOO. Balance on
Washington department as many

days, not exceeding five, as might be terms. H. M. Self & Co.
necessary to enable them. to attend
the convention." Nice new stock. White Rose

brand Canned Fox River But-
ADMINISTRATIONIndianapolis 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor

ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter- Phone No. 311 ... .. ....

May .-Albert _____ __ _
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Beveridge, former United States ine. Call and get our cash pri :es. -- -- u n ___--=-_ ==- = -====
ator and now candidate on the Pro

gressive ticket for that office, criti-
cised the Mexican policy of the Democratic n
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administration at a dinner of 11 West Robinson Avenue . . . .. UI I WI I t.l Co Ii; ; ;_ fcgftMliMiaMMMMMIIMMf -

the Indiana Progressive club here. He
advocated a constructive Mexican policy ,tttMMiillMM

by the United States, asserted 1'lllllllllllllllllllllllf tol'IIIIIII"'IIIII' "
that recent Mexican incidents had indicated -

that the United States had i Make Cooking a PleasureWITH
lost its place as first power of the
western hemisphere and declared he 11 Fare 300

could not see where mediation by the DAILY 9ETWEE N
South American republics would result : DUFFALOEVELAND St A

in peace. U .
Mr. Beveridge criticised Prsident MTHE P

r Wilson for not taking definite action _____ G-.AS R..A.t'TG-
before the American bluejackets were
arrested at Tampico.
i ; Clean Economical Convenient ;
Top prices for limes were reachedin GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" I

Miami this week and the Jaudon Length 500 fort;breadta 98 feet,6 ia&n;510.tatrroom.and parlor accommodating 100: jwMenfrn. .
broke all Greater u rat-larger in all proportion*-richer ia all appointment*-than UT turner oa
company re- inland water*of the world la mrnc Juno Uta.Maguficefit : .
cords, it is believed, when on Thurs- Steamm"SEEANDBEE""tit,of Erie"and"Qty of Buffalo"
day it paid $2001 for one barrel Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May i.t to Dee.ht Orlando Water & Light Company j jGas
ofthe fruit. During the regular auc- 3 I..w Buffalo 900P.M. Leave CWlaod 900P.M. .
Arrive Ckrornd 7JOA.M. Arrive Buffalo 7.30A.M.
tion at the dock yesterday $18.39 per (Ealera Standard Tune)
barrel was paid for two and one-half Cem.eetiou.t OewJud r.httBay,Tuled"Ddroitud.n poinll'"ettmdSoa w.t.IW1road V Department
tfakeu readiflf Iwtweca B 1UU sad dcrdaad are good fortrmiupoitauoaoa ow ateamen.
barrels and similar high prices are A k your ticket agent for IicUu via C.&B.Lin*. Write M for hamUome fllaaoted booklet free.
right along, due it is THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0.
prevailing to the fact that the dry reported .' \\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\nu\ : u:mI:: : U : :: : : :::mm: m.

weather has prevented the limes from

filling out, and a famine of them is

predicted. Once during last year's To the West and NorthwestVIA rill'HtMiMMMiWilMIIMMMtMIMtilMMHIMIMIIMilMtllMlllllilltWIlW.'
lime season $20 was paid for a bar-

rel, but it was a forced market. This
price, however, was not reached un- --

der such conditions, but in the open
% market.-Miami Metropolis. M. SLEMONS
Delight of Miamians knew no
i bounds yesterday when Henry Chase'sfirst

trackless trolley car appeared I
on the streets for its initial exhibi
tion. Hundreds availed themselves of' Limited.DLrJt: Dixie Flyer.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED New Goods

Max Chase's cordial invitation to v Orlando, A. C. L..IZ31am 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm Arriving [Daily
r Jacksonville A. C. L..:. 6:4Jam 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
come on and have a ride," and the I T Jacksonville A. C. L... 8:35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
T Waycrots, A. C. L......11:59am 10:2Spm T Way cross, A. C. L. ........,,...19:20pm
car was enerally voted a credit to r Macon G. S. & F....... 5lJpm 4:15am r Macon, G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46 am.12:19pm
any city, no matter how large.Miami r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:93pm 7:25 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7\&ID
r Chattanooga W. & A...12:18 am l1Shm r Kno ville. L. & N. .............
Metropolis.The r Cerbin. L. &: N. ................ 3:16pm
r Nashville N. C. & St. L 4:5D am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm I
: Ar St. Louis, LC.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 7:0 am r Indianapolis Da L ............ 1:5hm
work of laying the storm sew Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ t:50 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
ers in Orlando is almost finished. The Ar Hopkinsnlle L. I: N........... 8:%1 pm Ar Cincinnati L. & N. ............. 8.50 pm pm
surface drainage sewers have been Ar Evansville. L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:%5pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft: L ..........12:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terre Haute, C. 4 E. L. 1:16 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, G. R. A: L ....... Z:-65 pm
put in along many of the streets. It Ar Chicago. C. A E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ....;........ 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
was of course necessary to open the --
streets twice, the first time for the DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Ocr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train, composed of section drawing
sanitary sewers that laid deeper down loom sleeping cars observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted
and the second time for the storm | 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, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
sewers that lie nearer the surface. ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville
ana Indianapolis;
The surface drainage will run into DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Lake Eola, but the sewerage will be Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
1 carried into the septic tanks. A ve ry4 j I fchted artment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and el Fust,till e Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
lass and Thursdays of each week. !
erroneous imprssion had been in someway coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear Dining ear
; meals service
i; erves a la carte. between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
created that the sewerage wasgoing

been, of course, not to be thought of. i W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent I

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tt.t E. Lennard, district manager of
the Southern Weighing and Inspec-

tion Bureau, with headquarters in
: frompt Attention unit rm Coul'tesy .
Jacksonville, was in Orlando recently.In
Uo Details u J; ill discussing the work of the bureauMr.

;; Lennard said:

ff f "In Tampa the nation wide move-
ment for the elimination of consign-
ment errors and improper methods in

i THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO packing shipments for transportation, : t
, has found a firm foothold through the ;1F. 1
work which is being done by expertsof

k the Southern Weighing and Inspec- ,

! THE PANAMA CANAL WAS DUG BY tion Bureau, which in addition to its ... .' .. _.' 'aR'j': _...... ;.:. :

PLANk present duties of weighing and inspecting .:. =.,"' ..... ;
freight shipments, assumes 1
L4 It
the work of supervision of markingand
Every achievement worth while was
packing, on an educational basis. .
{ planned in ad"ance-efery step to completionwas "It is believed that this new workof 'fllAT 1 LJ\G

carefully thought out. the bureau will result in mutual

That is why many individuals in this community benefit to the shipper, carrier and con- stands tOl the protection or life

have been able to build up substantialbank signee, and will do them more good nnJ property or 4\mcrican Citizens
than other work that has
any .
accounts. Sating money is not an acci
dent. been undertaken in years. Shipments UIIllhl cverywcrc !
properly marked and packed will en- l
' : iiiiiiir an+
There should be a plan-the plan shouldbe able the carrier to discharge its duties .
followed carefully-do not give up-be as a public carrier with greater : the same Government protects

persistent. dispatch and with a greater' degree of : their finances \vhun 4ntrusted to i
Always let the first step in your plan to satisfaction, than they are now doing,
and "will result in eliminating to a ; :. to this "National" lank, which is I
save money be the starting of your Savings .
large extent the petty claims that are under Government
Account with this bank. supervision
now burdening the correspondencefiles .
not only of the carrier, but of :

r shipper and consignee as well. For

this reason the full co-operation of %'..: ;. ..::.. 4I

shippers is sought. ,.... ... ..; .:... ,
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiimiittHiiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHH iiiiiim "The regulations as provided in . .
tariffs in regard to marking and pack- '. '. ': :' "
: -
ing are understood and when the work .. !. .:, :.>.:..> ::
I is under way it is felt that little or r
: no trouble will be experienced in the . .. .
E I handling of it. ,. '
We Will Put the Reinsof "For instance, the rules as to the I : q. ; ,

: marking require that each package, D. 1 I Thd b J ; D"

Success in Your :'be bundle plainly or loose, legibly piece of and freight durably, must ; y \

: marked by brush, stencil, metal type,
HandsHow : pasted label, tag or other method ;' .... .. .. ZJ

: which provides marks equally legible

: and durable, showing the name in full .....
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By furnishing
you of consignee, town, city and state to llllllellllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIOIDlllllllllllill111111 .. .111111111)111
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : which destined. Labels must be securely 111111111111111111111111111111111111101111111111111111IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII1111111111111111111111111'. .I.IIIIIII..IIO. ...
attached. The tags must be
call on you. He will give you a made of durable material such as

leather, cloth or rope stock or sulphite ,111111110111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111ttM
formula that will make and mature fiber tag board sufficiently strong to

fruit. withstand wear incidental to trans-
your portation. Tags attached to wooden

pieces must be fastened at each cor- GRAND THEATER

3 ner and center with large headed
tacks or tag fasteners. Tags tied to

boxes, bales, bundles or pieces must ,
T r Fertilizer Co.
nt rll r : be wire securely except attached pieces with of metal strong, strong cordor COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN : : '

wire or strong tarred cord is required.All .
ORLANDO Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDA'iMMIimiimiMllflOlfllMMMHIIilMMHiUMM
| : : consignment marks must be removed IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIO".II.11101111151111111Illi IOlllll1

:. or effaced.
_. "The rules in respect to packing TODAY
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are of necessity more complicatedthan

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111COW those as to marking, however, "
"A Bunch of Flowers Biograph drama All that
both of these rules have been pre- a ;
pared by representatives of carriers '
PEAS : and manufacturers who are consid- : is necessary.

ered the best experts in the countryand "
Buffalo Jim real Western drama.
3R the sole object was to make themso a \

could that fill the their transportation contract with companies the least "The GhOSt Of Mother Eve." The second installment

We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- possible goods. delay and damage to the \ of the "Dollie of the Dailies." : .' ;

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- "Representatives of the Southern "
Weighing ind Inspection Bureau in "Sophie's Birthday, an Essanay comedy. You all i
ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
Tampa will take pleasure in callingon know .
: We carry constantly a full line of crate material of I shippers and explaining these rulesin ;
detail, giving any other informa-
all kinds. i< tion concerning the bureau work thatis r boy that pleases them all. A ong for ev i

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers desired." UL ORG L TThe You can't be disappointed.That .

etc. Phones 181191. WORKING TO FLOAT STEAMER Same Orchestra.

; P1.' F. Dutton Miami, Fla., May 20.-Head-on, the Tomorrow---Zingo's "War in the Clouds." ; .

Norwegian freight steamer Times, t
1 SANFORD, FLORIDA 3,000 tons, is aground hard and faston
H! CHILDREN 5c. : -: ADULTS lOc.
515tf.MMIItMHtttMMMItHMIMIMMMiilMMIIiiUM. Pickel's reef, fifty miles below %
Miami and seven miles out at sea, ac
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..1111111111111111111111111111"1111111111111111" cording to reports brought in by Captain HtlimilMMMttiMIMIMMiMMIMIMMIMMIM MIMtiatMMIMMMMMtMMH 'IMri
D. V.. Spiva:. of the Thames. +f- 11111.111111111111.11JULES
Schooners from Key West were taking -
off the cargo of general merchan- SALOMON DIES OF INDIGESTION -
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dise, and it is hoped to lighten the
ship so that she can pull off the reef The many friends of Jules Salomon -
ATTENTION on her own power. She draws eigh- will hear of his death with deep A1L

teen or twenty feet of water, and regret. He visited Orlando only a Sprg[ alit SuffifflerVT r
is now in about twelve feet. week or two ago, and renewed his :

Stock Reducing Sale While calm weather prevails it is old acquaintances here with that cor-
pointed out that the ship is in no par- diality which was his chief charac-
ticular danger, but should a storm teristic. He was well known throughout Our new line for the Spring f

arise it would in all probability be Florida, and his sudden death and Summer season of 1914 is
Continued 30 Days pounded to pieces.DYNAMITERS will couse much sorrow. The follow : now complete. Never in the his-
ing from the Tampa Tribune of Tues- '.
tory of our business have we
APPLY FOR PARDON day, tells of his death:
MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN Word that Jules Salomon, a well been able to show such a line of

known traveling salesman, died at 3 L new and timely goods for Easter

Washington, May 20.-Special.-( ) o'clock yesterday afternoon in Lake- selling. Our line of Dress
Agents for Barclay Corsets Application for the pardon of the land, was received here last night. He % Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
twenty-four dynamiters convicted at was stricken with acute indigestionat I Readyto-Wear goods and
McCalTs Patterns Indianapolis is now in the hands of 8 o'clock Sunday night. The body notions is complete-the stylesare
Pardon Attorney Finch of the depart- will be taken to Jacksonville today varied enough to suit
ment of each indi- for interment. and the prices are in keeping with
justice case being the taste of every one,
... . .. linn .. i... i. vidually investigated. The pardon at- Mr. Salomon, who traveled for a every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

torney expects to make report in clothing house in Petersburg, Va.,was Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
The South Florida Press associitaonwas i The Miami Metropolis says: "T. J. about ten days to the attorney gen- well known throughout South Florida. the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent.
in Tampa a few days Truitt, eral, who will submit his recommendations With him at the Tremont hotel when :heaper than the regular prices.
ago by leading newspaper men of county commissioner from the i to the president. It is doubt- the end came were Rabbi Julius We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show

south Florida papers. J. H. Hum- Fulford district, has finished harvesting ful if the president's decision will be Shappo, Judge C. B. Parkhill and you our line if you will call on us.
phries of the Manatee River Journal, his crop of fruit for this season, made before three weeks. Henry Brash, all of this city. Mrs.
Chas. H. Evans of the Clearwater and says that fully 3,500 boxes
were Salomon died several rears ago, but
News, and S. A. McBride of the De- picked from his grove, which contains The seventh annual commencementof four children, all of whom live in
Soto County News, were elected as a 2,000 trees ranging in ages from five Columbia college in Lake City will Jacksonville, survive.
committee to formulate a constitutionand to nine old, and K [R Nevi Yoik Bargain ore
years covering twen- begin Friday evening, May 22, and The deceased was a member of the I
by-laws looking to a permanent ty acres. His returns from this were will conclude Wednesday morning, I Woodmen of the World, which order :

organization. close to $5,500." May 27. will have charge of the interment I.t.IIIIII.lll llt.01111..IIIDell..61Itlltf..>.