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 22, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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





B BRING ABOUT 1 PEACE\ E WITH MEXICO'[ ij Party Splits in After Generous Having Style Been by Entertained Saturday Is to the File Last Second Day Expense for Candidates [A AI [ENTRANCE[ i0 r PALACE[

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People of Miami StatementThe
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GATES FOR AN HOUR Orlando good roads boosters havingthe Saturday to prepare the ballot for WITH PETITION
BUT NO RESULTS I OFBOND 8 [l[OTIONi I time of their lives. Everybody the primary of June 2. Saturday is OVER BY TRAIN FOR SUFFRAGE

I happy; no trouble en route. About the last day for candidates to file

fifteen going to Key West tonight; their second expense statement, and
Legal Being Attended to Seaboard Man Sat on Coast Line
balance of crowd will leave in morn- all candidate would better get their
HARD PROBLEM[ CONFRONTS THEM Preliminary to the Getting ing and be home Saturday night or statements in for the commissionersto Tracks and Failed to Respond MANY SERIOUSLY[ HURT T IN MH[[

Funds on Issue Sunday. Miami people, and in fact pass upon. When Signal Sounded

IT IS NOT BELIEVED THAT AN every one along the line have treatedus The law says that the second state- MRS. PANKHURST AND HER

AGREEMENT WILL EVER BE City Clerk Carl Jansen was engaged royally. ment shall be filed not more than While switching in the SeaboardAir DAUGHTER LED THE

REACHED UNLESS HUERTA yesterday in making an abstract of ti J. M. COOK. twelve nor less than eight days priorto Line yards in Orlando yesterday SUFFRA

the records leading up to the bond the primary. When it comes downto GETTES TO BUCKINGHAM BUT

AND WILSON RECEDE FROM election of last August when the issue The Tropical Sun of Wednesday, tacks or other commodities Sundayis afternoon Conductor T. C. Brannoncame WERE MET WITH REPULSE BY

FIRST DEMANDS for $100,000 to extend the systemof published at West Palm Beach, says: the last day, but there will be no- very near being killed by the ENGLISH BOBBIES

brick streets in Orlando was voted. The Orlando Board of Trade "good body to receive such statements on I Atlantic Coast Line limited No. 92.

Niagara Falls, May 21.Special.Peace .) Unusual delay has attended the issue roads boosters" expedition com- Sunday, and all and singular the can- I Mr. Brannon sat down on the main London
Eng., May 21.
with Mexico may be the final all the way through in spite of menced to arrive in this city at about didates who have statements to file track of the Coast Line while his -Scores of suffragettes Special.)

t outcome of the mediation conference, the urgent need for better streets. 10:30 last night. had better get them in before the crew was putting some cars on the hospitals and are tonightin

j but it is difficult tonight for an un- There was a lot of seemingly unneces- We had news yesterday that they] commissioners meet. Since there is transfer track between the two rail- ing broken heads private and other homes bruises nurs-

; biased observer to take an optimisticview sary delay in the validation of the had reached Stuart soon after threein no good cause to delay the matter it roads, and being very much interestedin the result of their efforts to as
the afternoon, but it seems that is best to them in his work and presenta
of the situation. issue, and since the sale was nego- get today. forgetting there was petition to the king at Buckingham

Huerta's delegates today presented tiated there has been more delay, and the cars were at that time on the The meeting of the commissionerswill another train in the state besides palace.

their side of the controversy to the the city will have tostand, the loss of [ north bank of the St. Lucie river, although take place at the time that the the Oviedo "flyer" did not see the
of the and her daughterSylvia
two months interest be- some travelers were election fast aproaching limited.
South American mediators. probably, inspectors are studying the
actually in Stuart headed them. Mrs. Pankhurstwith
Rabasa suggested no proposal- cause the work which the city clerk when we receivedthe ins and outs of the primary law, and The engineer on the Coast Line
information.The fifty-five others was allowed to
1 dicating that Huerta has the slightest started on yesterday was not attendedto the commissioners will participate in train blew the "cow on the track" signal -
enter the and
weather was bad gates was then arrestedand
so the
intention of resigning. It is indi- earlier. the dinner and other luxuries and necessities but Mr. Brannon kept his seatas
river so rough that the dragged to waiting automobilesto
cated, however, that the Mexican del- The city clerk admits that he is nota party were to the comforts and pleas- if he had grown to the track, forc- be taken
afraid to trust their to police stations.
to the
egates have full plenary powers, and lawyer and is unaccustomed to look- cars ferry, ures of life. It promises to be a I ing the train to come to a standstill. When
and preferred to dare the waiting women learned of
t furthermore that a cable message was ing into such matters, but is doing his perils of pleasant day, and it is likely that all Had it not been for the cool headed the
railway bridge, which they crossedon arrests they attempted to storm
received by the delegates last Mon- best with the assistance of a forty- the candidates will be on hand to engineer in charge of the train, Mr. the
the ties one after the other to the police lines and rescue their com-
day from Huerta expressing a will- five dollar typewriter machine which total number of fourteen.At push their claims for office, or to look Brannon would probably have been panions.The .

ingness to retire from office under the city generously furnishes. pleasant the while.REGISTRATION ground to death beneath its wheels.
8 o'clock last night the local reception policemen repulsed the attack
certain conditions. When this work is finished it is to
committee got word that the by using fists and clubs as though
While the "certain conditions"named be sincerely hoped that it will not be crossing of the St. Lucie had been I being attacked by

by Huerta have not been divulged much longer before the city will be safely negotiated, and that the party [ LARGEST IN THE[ MANY G GROWERS Will ATTEND One policeman was men.seen to strikea

t by the delegates, it is a pretty able to begin the work which has would arrive between 10 and 11 HISTORY OF f FLORIDA MEETING[[ AI [U USTIS sixty year old woman full in the
safe guess that his terms are as been delayed so long that the patienceof o'clock, which proved true. On theirarrival mouth with all the force he could
will not be even considered by the the citizens who clamoring for
they went straight to the Key- command, knocking her to the pave-
Americans. Therefore it is argued better streets has been about etff stone hotel, and
here that Huerta's voluntary retire- hausted. were comfortably accommodated Indicating That the Vote in the Forthcoming Expected That Upwards of a Thou- ment unconscious.
-I in various places by the Similar scenes were witnessed dur-
ment is such a remote possibility thatit Primary Will Be sand Will Be Present at
resourceful proprietor.On ing the attack, unconscious women
is hardly worthy of serious consid- in Proportion Annual GatheringIt
awakening this morning they being seen all over the street.
hand Rabasa and were still greeted by ugly weather, The evening papers commenting on
the other ,
on their but on the solicitation of the welcom- Tallahassee, Fla., May 21.The supervisors is expected that the annual gath- the police action commended them,
his colleagues should exercise fOR OlD Sf. AIIUSTINE GAnd [
and to sacri- ing committee, which consisted of J. of registration are required ering of citrus growers which will be saying they did their duty admirably.

plenary powers agree B. McGinley, Gene Smith and L B. under the primary law to report to held at Eustis today will draw more
sake of ,
fice Huerta for the peace
Wilson, they consented to postpone the secretary of state the number of than a thousand men actively inter- REBELS CAPTURE TEPICO
there will be no way of enforcing Protested Against Order of the
should Huerta their departure for Miami (where registered voters of each political ested in the industry to that place.

such an agreement Commission That Railroads Build they were due at 10:30)) long enoughto party after closing their books and
choose to ignore the report of the me- Eight of the district managers Mazatlan, via wireless to San Die-
One as Unreasonable take a short drive around the town I not later than thirty days before the
the 21.
diators. The work of the mediators, throughout market districts of go, May -(Special.)-Tepico was

is well known, must be purely ad- and see some of the sights on both day of election. According to their the North and West will be present captured by the rebels after an all

as Tallahassee, Fla., May 21.-The supreme sides of the lake. reports it is shown that the supervisors and make talks, and the various day battle. Four days ago Mazatlanwas

visory.So the task of the A. B. C. diplo- court has this week handed It is a matter of regret that the ; have made a total registration of branches of the marketing and pack- reinforced. O'Bregon brought up

mats is to find a common ground down an opinion in the case of Stateex Orlando people ran into such a streakof i 102,177, including all parties, and ing organizations of the Florida Citrus bigger guns for the final attack,

which not only the Americanand rel the Railroad Commissioners vs. ugly weather, but many of them those who have been registered as Exchange will be well represented. which may come before he advanceson

upon Mexican delegates can agree but Seaboard Air Line Railway and At- stated that they preferred to travelin I non-partisans or independents. A division It will be a notable event, and Guadalajara.

which will meet with the approval of lantic Coast Line Railroad Company.This the rain to having to endure the I of this number shows the following will probably be the largest and most

Wilson and Huerta. was a mandamus proceeding hot sun and consequent dust. I total registration for each successful gathering of the kind ever 2,500 POUNDS OF TOBACCO

Therefore, the big stumbling blocks instituted by the commissioners to en- Their experience at Stuart is just party: Democrats, 85,214; Republicans held in Florida. BURNED

tonight in the way of a peaceful so- force an order issued by them requir- one more proof of how badly the 13,014; Socialists, 2,206; Progressives The feature of the day's entertain-

1 ,lution of the Mexican problem are ing the two respondent railroads to bridge is needed to span the gap in 556; non-partisans, 984; ment will be a barbecue dinner pre- Dade City, Fla., May 21.-A tobacco -
the Miami-Montreal highway between Populists, 5; single tax, 1. barn of the
simply these: erect a union passenger depot at Bar- this and pared under the expert supervisionof Sunnybrook

First, Huerta must submit to un- tow. The Atlantic Coast Line rail- county St. Lucie. This registration is an index as to Mr. G. A. Bearden, of Georgia, company, with tobacco that would

conditional elimination as demandedby road declared its willingness to obey Speaking generally, the visitors the proportionate vote at the primarybut who came to Florida for this event. have cured 2,500 pounds, is a total

Wilson; or the order whenever the Seaboard Air stated that they found the roads in the number of electors who go to He is an adept in this line, and is loss as a result of a fire that started

Line its would tolerably good condition except in two the polls has heretofore been much about 9 o'clock last night. The
Second, Wilson must change front railway, corespondent, ready to give a demonstration of monetary -
and authorize his delegates to grantto join in the erection of the union depot places in Brevard county, where the less than the registration, varying according what he can do if the people about loss is upwards of $4,000, with
had been
Huerta the "certain conditions" so that the fight on the order has temporarily closed. to the offices for which the Orlando wish to give him a chance.He insurance of $1,800.

named in his cable message to Rabasaas I been made by the Seaboard. The com- the One of these stretches was opened by candidates are to be nominated.The is a brother-in-law of Mr. GeorgeE. The barn was about half filled with

the price of his self effacement. : missioners applied direct to the supreme cial county benefit authorities and for their spe- general election will, of course, Nolan, of this city, and will stop newly cut tobacco which was being

,When either Washington or Mexico : court for an alternative writ of proved quite passa- poll a still smaller vote. The total here for a short time after tomor- wilted with charcoal burned in buck-

,City surrender on this vital point the I mandamus, which was issued. A re- make ble; but detour the second caused them to vote for governor by each party at row's service at Eustis.A ets and it is supposed that the high
a through the woods.
i the Seaboard to the alternative the winds either blew a coal from one of
should have little difficulty murrer by general election in 1912 was as
mediators number of and others
Here the rain growers
in bringing the delegates of the two I writ was overruled, and the respondent have been traveling, they follows: Democrats, 38,977; Repub- interested in the industry will attend the buckets or else blew a stick acrossit
to the details required to make answer. licans, 2,646 Socialists, Prohi- thus starting the fire.
countries together as I since they left DeLand, probably ; 3,467; from Orlando and other points in Or-
of The commissioners then demurred to bitionists The entire town turned out to fight
the pacification 1,061 Progressives
for ; 2,314,
of.the program helped to pack the sand and improve ange county. Mr. A. B. Johnson and
the of the Seaboard and the the fire and prevented the destructionof
return making a total vote of 48,465. The
Mexico. went auto. Mr.
family yesterday by
hour this afternoon the opinion of the court handed down to- matters. While on the cut-off.,, they total Democratic vote for governor at who the sheds and kept the fire from
For an Walter Drennen is another will
encountered a piece of road that
closeted with the mea day, which was prepared by Chief was the primary election of 1912 was 61- spreading to the nearby buildings occupied -
Americans were attend, and there are several who will
bridged by a pretty arch bearing the
the first effort of Justice Shackleford, sustains the demurrer 554. by employes of the company.
ators. This was this mornig by train.
word "welcome. Touched by this
to endeavor to obtain and upholds the contentionsof Steps are being taken to replace the
the peace makers graceful attention, they hastened to Only those political parties that Business exercises in Eustis Boat barn.
i modification of the demands of the commissioners. A peremptorywrit cast 5 cent. of the total
a per vote at
make the acquaintance of the owner Club pavilion at 11 a. m.
United States.Dispatches against both companies was or- the general election of 1912, will I
the of the property-only to be further un- Addresses of welcome I. N.
to the newspapers from dered and the costs were taxed I I I der the new primary law be allowedto Mayor BASEBALL RESULTS
touched by him for a quarter for each Kennedy; Eustis Board of Trade, E. I
the Seaboard.An
President Huer- against National League
Mexico City in participate in the election. Ac-
The land is
car. pirate's property
L Ferran The Press Clarence E.
unequivocally feature of this case ; Pittsburg 6, Philadelphia 1. '.
Jt* is quoted as saying about an acre in width where the road i cording to statistics these are the Woods.
by petition, filed in Democrats Chicago 1, Boston 3.
was presented a Republicans, Progressivesand
crosses it, and we were told that he
the name of the city of Bartow, ask- in about four five dollars Socialists. Those who are shownon Responses, J. H. Sadler, of Oak- Cincinnati 8, Brooklyn 4.

aid in the proposals for peace, was ing that the city be made a party to I garners a day in welcomes.The or the registration books to affiliate land; The Florida Citrus Exchange, St. Louis 8, New York 4.

interest here. that the order of the i Dr. J. K. Ross, president. American League
untrue, aroused much the suit, and left Orlando with other parties, and those who are I
expedition on .
.The;statement got out several days commissioners be declared unreason- I Monday, and spent the first night out permitted lo register as nonpartisanswill Birth and Growth of New Packing' New York 5, Cleveland 2. trI
were The court denied the petitionfor House of Eustis Citrus Growers' Association Boston 2, Chicago 5. -:
Mexican envoys able. therefore .
ago ,that the in Cocoa. Up to the time of their arrival be refused participation. -' I \
empowered to submit Huerta's with intervention, holding that the city here, they had traversed about Should such an elector present G. W. Holmes, director, Philadelphia 4, Detroit 6. :

drawiihfrom the presidency if it was of Bartow had no standing in court, 265 miles without accident. Most of himself at the polls, he can be refused Florida Citrus Exchange.The Washington 5, St. Louis 4. .',.j

found;that his remaining in that po- and that intervention by third partiesin for the further reason that there will Selling of Citrus Fruits at Auc- Federal League
of arrangingfor mandamus is not authorized the cars are Fords. The party num- tion and Private Sale, Geo. A. Scott, Pittsburg 10, St. Louis 5.
sltioa i for:V"'Settlement between the United in this state. West the ballot printed on different district manager, Boston. Brooklyn 2, Kansas City 8.
and making for They expect to pass through Adjourn to barbecue at Eustis park. Buffalo 6, Indianapolis 5. .
Sta teV country. Open meeting to any growers who I Baltimore 3, Chicago 2. -
peace.i_ ,that war of the STATION tomorrow, but think they will not be I I desire to talk.Demonstration.
made Southern League
No announcement was MAN WHO TRIED TO ROB here again in their full strength, as THE WEATHER -
f' in view at packing house I
developments but Montgomery 9, Memphis 5.
mediaaen of the will follow the
some party example -
.-' Washington gov- from 2 to 3 p. m., when the largest Mobile 4, Chattanooga 2.
of.th ltt that the New York May 21.-Eugene Hoat-
.. of the Shriners and take the Florida: Generally fair Friday and
house in Florida will be in
complete infor- packing Birmingham 2, Nashville 1.
'e ,:: i )dad received ling, station agent for the West Shore opportunity of visiting Key West. Saturday.had full .
I 'od up to datewyVBryan's suburban station operation.The New Orleans 11, Atlanta 3.
'the proceedings : railroad at Tappan, a We are sorry that the exceedingly :
ere' assurance was in- on the west bank of the Hudson, South Atlantic League '
inclement weather the West
been the Orlandoparty's
} Tto nothing yeti arranged summer numbers of June magI Augusta 6, Macon 5.
mean was shot and killed early today by
terpre Palm Beach board of trade and its I
; entertainment, and must hope azines are coming in daily. They are I Savannah 2 Jacksonville
1. ,
apprehension.r in
1 had aria i arouse two men who tried to rob the safe
citizens from into i
generally putting
i'for another chance to show them t entertaining and instructive. Curtis Charleston 3, Albany 2.
wl on page his office. I
r. \ effect the hospitable program that what we think of them. & O'Neal. I Columbus 3, Columbia 2.

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: Our Great Windfall of Levy Brother Bankrupt i iGOES Stock




Beautiful Pattern Hats, very latest styles, have not Big Lot of Ladies Beautiful Waists. Theseare
been in house two months. This is the second
3 all and worth
new styles, one ,
buy.Came too late for the rush sea- $3 48 limit 2 to X1.5050C
son, worth up to'.$15, your choice
Ladies' Gauze Lisle Hose, in black, white
in Our New Art 2nd Floor 15c
Special Department,
and tans, 25c quality, 4 to customer
One big lot of Stamped Towels, Pillow Tops, J A
Center Pieces and Scarfs, worth up to 39c. )| j19c G

: LOOK MEN! All our Rough Straw $1 98 Tlj EXTRA Will .1
Hats, values up to$5.00, your choice fOR SATURDAY NIGHT

Ratine in Black, White and Colors, 35c.quality See our Window Display ot these Goods.

Banzai Silk, Wash Silks, Messelines and Fancy 25c
Jacquared Silks, worth up to 75c for

SPECIAL r( "HOUR R SALE[ SATURDAY MORNING Third Floor, Household Department

10 to 11 O'clock AFTER( SUPPER( SPECIAL r[
Flaxon, a beautiful sheer fabric in a large line of
designs to choose from. These colors
are always 1 Lot Assorted Colors Japanese Matting Rugs,woven colors,
sold for 25c. yard, limit of 8 yards to a
customer, for 10e not stamped, size 36-72, value 50c., after 25c'
supper sale two to customer,

: SATURDAY R A AFTERNOON[ SPECIAL r( 1 Lot as above, size 25.50, worth 35c., sale'19c
price, while they
: From 3 to 4 O'clock
Two to customer
, One Big Lot of White Goods,LawnsDimity,Batiste,

Luna Lawn, Persian Lawns, Flaxons, Nainsooks, 1 Extra Lot Suit Cases in Fibre and Chase Leather, worthup
worth up to 25c a yard, limit 10 yards 10e to $2.50, on exhibition north window, 98c'? I
to customer alter supper special ;


After Supper Sale. 241bs. Granulated Sugar (one each to customer) for $1.00No.

2 Fallston Tomatoes,The best solid hand packed,Saturday Night Special, doz. cans, 90c.; 1-2 doz.45c.

50 Doz. 4 String Economy Brooms, regular{ 40c. value, Saturday Night Special, 1 to customer, for 25c.If .

you can get it anywhere, you can get it at Yowell-Duckworth Co.

The .y owe I uc woro.

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,- GROWlM AROMATIC PLANTS L\f growth of the-plant---------T--and the quality of WINTER PARK ITEMS I- -

FLORIDA FOR PROFIT the oil is greatly affected by the soil COMMITTEE TO MEET i

and climatic conditions. In the distillation The High School alumni banquet There will be a meeting of the I

The following is the second instal of the oil great care must be proved to be a very pleasant and Orange County Democratic YHr.J7lliw.sl/htt :
a apparatus if
ment of which profitable occasion, if we judge by tive Committee at the court Execu-I
paper was read be a high grade oil is to be secured. At

fore the recent meeting of the Florida present we are growing several varieties the enthusiasm, the flow of speech Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23,

Horticultural Society by Dr. Samuel of this plant from the gera- from "silver-tongued" orators, as 114, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the I
nium regions of the old world, and they admonished those to I When ever you are lookimg for Fine Stationery
G. Hood of present purpose of meeting the
Orlando, in charge of the are trying to determine as far as pos inspectors and : ,
government experiment station for sible its requirements of climate, soil, get their "silver" ready for a new clerks appointed to conduct the pri- Late Books and Music Victor and

'the investigation of plants producing moisture and plant food. school building and the inroads that mary election on June 2nd, and trans- t

Citrus Oils were made the beautifully served acting Edison Talking Machines and Records All .
essential oils. In the first part of the upon any other business which may ,
While Florida is of the
Dr. Hood told of how the menu of salad, wafers, chicken, come: before it
paper work citrus
l growing regions of the world, kinds of Musical Merchandise from
was begun in Florida, the start being yet almost nothing has been done herein escalloped potatoes, macaroni, green SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. a jews a

made with experimentation in cam the way of working up the byproducts peas and cream, iced tea, rolls, butter, JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. f harp to a Grand Piano Office Supplies and .

of this industry.In jellies, olives, pickles, ice cream, Orlando
phor, resulting in the establishmentof 1909 the following citrus Fla., May 6, 1914.
by-pro- cake coffee mints and chocolate al the latest idea in
the postal cards.
big camphor plantation at Sat- ducts were imported. The figures giv

suma, in Putnam county. Continuing, en are in round numbers: monds. :' Who is your painter and decorator? ,

he said: The banquet was prepared and 'If you are satisfied keep the one you

Lemon oil ------_________$ 358,000 served by the alumni, under the immediate have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, W. S.
Distillation of CamphorThe Orange oil ------_________ 151,000 No. 636. 1-20-tf BRANCH
camphor is secured from the supervision of Misses Mattie t
Bergamot oil -----________ 281,000
leaves by the regular process of Neroli oil ---..___________ 170,000 May Harris and Ionia Tayior, Tomato
steam distillation. The trimmings are Lemon Egg plant, Pepper Crates, The Arcade Book and Music
and Store
orange sour orange with Miss Moorman ably assisting, at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.
placed in large wood or metal retorts juice _____ ___ 81,000 ,
-- .r and 5-19tf.
and steam passed through the charge.The Citrate of lime _-_________ 480,000 was a pronounced success. I

steam takes up the camphor and Citric acid ---:---_________ 74,000 Mrs. Layton acted as toastmasterand --
the mixed vapors pass from the retort the following responded: "The ------ ---- -

into a suitable condenser. Here Total -----_----------__$1,604,000 Days of the Past," Mr. C. P. Dickinson
the steam is condensed
to water, and
the camphor vapors cooled to a crude This gives us a total of more thane former prncipal of our school. For Sale

product which resembles but little th one and a half million dollars, and to "The Faculty," Miss Mary .Alice

refined camphor of the market. This it must be added a considerable for Oliver; Greetings, from Mr. Geo. S.
crude product is about 80 per cent candied peel and the oil of I have
pettigraid the
Denning; "The Class of 1914, Frederic following
gum and the rest is camphor oil By distilled from the leaves :
special refining processes, the oil i is the sweet and sour orange.and While twigsof Ward, and "The New Building," properties which I offer

removed, and from it is secured several it is doubtful if the bergamot could be by Rev. John W. Stagg, who substituted at ATTRACTIVE PRICES
oils which find a ready sale i in grown in the for McKinnon.\
except very southern ; Supt.
the varnish and paint trade, and to a part of the state, and the lemon has prior to going north:
f Our baseball team, with Rose and
certain extent in the chemical industries.
never been of great commercial importance One California Bungalow -
The oil-free camphor is then in Florida Taylor in the points, sent "Pop" Wallace's I
yet the Just arrived load
one house car
refined by sublimation in iron kettles, of orange oil, neroli oil, petograinoil semi-professional ball players ; two-story

and the result is the clear cakes of candied orange peel, and concentrated home to Loughman with an unmistakable (corner lot.) Intending FORDS for immediate ,
gum ready for the market. This refining -
of the crude camphor could not orange juice may be considered defeat of six to three. The buyers will do well to get
as by-products in the
be handled except in a large plant and We pay foreign countries orange more industry than. third game of the series was played in touch with me on delivery.Get .

under the control of skilled men, but $800,000 a year for these products, at Loughman Saturday and the tables I above properties, which
there is
no reason why the crude
Florida and yet almost no attempt has been were turned, the score being six to are both and well
product should not become a made to utilize the new yours now
orange ,drops, two in favor of Laughman.
regular of trade the
on located.
same fallen flowers and prunings. It is bi ,
basis as that now secured from Japan. Last Saturday a team from the
no means certain that this can be F. G. RUSH,
The estimated yield of camphor to tacre done profitably with our prices of 1 labor Robert Hungerford normal and indu FRED B. I
is from 150 to 180 pounds, whichat but the matter is at least worth Robert ifungerford' Normal and In Phone 226Hammond
the present prices should give the : investigation. I
grower $60 to $70 per acre. After I The dustrial school crossed bats with a t
orange oil of the marketed at 306 ANDERSON STREET
Deducting the cost of production, fix present is manufactured in Sicily, local team of colored players and avery
charges, etc., the net profit probably where the I
by most tedious hand methods amusing and closelyplayedgame PHONE 316SUMMER
would not exceed $25 to $30 per acr the fruits
are peeled and the o it resulted in of 4 to 2 i in
It is not a large but a score 9L
profit there
are pressed from the fresh peel by handone 1111@llm.eallllllr.I..111 ,
of the favor of the Winter Park
many our agricultural industries playA -
piece at a time. A good workman
which are carried on successfully on will .nrodut'p. _ntnn4_ _. h'-'n. nn11nt"......... .L' ,,:1 "'....
----- v n" 1''' V.L VU .
a smaller profit than this. a day, and for his labor "
receives mass meeting of faculty, stu- !
Lemon Grass about 30 cents. Manifestly then our s" i
t dents and friends was held at
In addition to camphor there are first problem will be to devise ma- TIME
other essential oil plants which have chinery to do the work of this cheap Knowles hall Monday night to con-

commercial possibilities in this state. foreign labor, and we are of the opin- sider ways and means of increasing FLY TIME I
With many of the species our work ion tilat this will not be difficult. the student body at Rollins college -
has not gone far enough to warrantan During the past year some work Are those windows screen
next Mr.\ R. W.
opinion as to the outcome, but a has been done along this line. A peel- year. I ed yet? Patented detach- I

few of them have been handled in ing machine has Been constructed, and gave some interesting views with the able hangers used on all r-cm wrax
sufficient area and for long enough work done on the utilization of cull steropticon and report says he ex- I Ir
time:' to give us some information con- oranges for oil and citric acid. A pects to travel through the north this screens. No ladder need-
cerning them. large amount of work on processes, ed to take off or put on
This country pays annually upwardsof and careful analyses of products will; summer on the same mission.Mr. when washing windows.

a half million dollars a year for be necessary before we can determine Brewer is putting an exten-

the products of the oil grasses of whether the manufacture of these by- (Continued on page 6)) R.J.WALDRONContractor
southern Asia. There are several of: products is commercially possible i n "
these grasses yielding oils of value in this country, but we believe we ar e and Builder : I ; :
the perfume trade, but the most important justified in giving the matter atten tors to be considered. In most cases 410 West Street I Gore
are lemon grass and citron- tion. the profits are small, in general not
ella. The lemon grass has been ex- PeppermintIn more than $30 to $40 an acre, and 1101111111111111..11111111. I

tensively grown in this state as a the introduction of with some plants perhaps even less
border plant, and is familiar to most for this I state: we must not new plants than that. It has the advantage, how- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
of you The oil is secured by the dis- some of the native ones. The flora neglcc of t ever, of sending to the market high 1+4+HIHH 1$ I lilt
} tillation of the green grass, and is Florida is priced concentrated product, which is
largely used for ,. .. very. interesting____ ,_ and. a. not perishable and will REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
scentine! scans ointments .........t111.... .auu d"t.' : ; "1. '- take a very For
i and as a raw material for the will) VlY doubtless 1VLJG show cnemlcalstandpoint low rate of fr ight. In this state our Sale '
manufacture of artificial violet. Lemon in our common and despised us weeds I light soils and intense sunlight are COMPARE
grass does very well in the lighter are oftentimes industries of favorable for the formation of essential -
soils of the state, and when once established importance. considerable I oils in the plants, and I believe -

can be handled for several Our common Monarda there is a good future for essentialoil Modern OUR FURNITUREWe
punctuta, 8-room
years without replanting. The best called peppermint in this fanning in Florida for the man ;
quality and highest yield of oil has not state, but with energy, experience in the work
been secured on the common high pine roadside a peppermint weed in all at all the, grows as a and with a personal inclination to- House 2 doors : provide the quality of furniture that has long

lands of the state where with the of the state. This plant sandy in portions i its- wards the development of new indus- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

same amount of labor and fertilizeras green condition contains $5 to $7 per tries. west of Wyom- : : standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

would be expended on a corn crop, ton worth of thymol, a most important It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
eight to ten tons of green grass can drug for whcih ing Hotel. Bar- : this clear it is
be secured we now pay foreign point too one of the foundation stones
per acre after the first
, countries many thousand dollarsyear. Takes Off Freckles of this business and that means much to
$ year, and will give a profit which will a This plant is a perennial and gain. : : any buyer.
compare well with other farm crops. when- once established
can be harvested Removes

In the
regions of India where this for several
grass is there several years with a very -= McMLL & DAVIS BLOCK
grown are
slight amount of cultivation and 1 la- Jeantify your complexion. Get I ,
but only one produces the high bor. By the rid
distillation of the ofthoscfnd.les. You cano A. L
grade commercial oil. The greenicrb Bentley : Cor. Ave. and Church
common seven to eight pounds of oil t invest SOc m a jar of \VILSON'S Orange St., Orlando, Fla.
form in
this state yields a low grade the ton are secured, and from this oil FRECKLE CREAM R i
oil, and belongs to one of the inferior the thymol is.extracted. For the past and they'll disappear. Severe 10 L AMELIA AVENUE : ,. J
Indian sorts. In starting a plantationcare hree (, : :4> eft -
years we have had this plant cases may require two jirj:
should be taken to secure a va- under cultivation in considerable no more. We positively "IIIII'IIII' IIII'III" "

nety; which will give an'oil soluble i in and by the selection of the plants area, antee this.. and--- -it- .YO"1'-__ guar-._.nm.V' .....-

three volumes of 70 per cent citrol. have been able to very greatly increase lexion isn't fully restored tots . . --
Several varieties are being in i . . ... "
the grown not only the yield of oil, but natural beauty:, \lie agree to refund your .. 11111111111111111111.111111.11111.11111.111111111l'IIII'> "I"'I"'lllt. '
experimental grounds and work also the per cent. of thymol in the oil. money without argument And in addition
being done to develop a' form well 1 We have raised this WILSON'S toilet FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant -
from ;
percentage cream. cause hair to 0
suited to Florida conditions and yield 50 to 70, and the end is not yet. and does positively remove TAX grow and
ing a high grade oil. Work is also It has been said that wherever FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price SOc Orlando Bank & Trust Co
being done to determine if it is a sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
sible pos disease is prevalent, there also is' toe WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson
to influence the quantity and Freckle Cream Co., Charleston
) found the Since S. C., makers.
quality of the oil by the applicationof now being told remedy.that we all have we hookworm are For sale byFor Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

chemical fertilizers to the soil. it is interesting to note that Sale By J. N. McFJroy. .

Citronella thymol, its remedy, can be produced
Citronella grass, which is closely commercially in Florida. RESOURCESReal

oil related of an to entirely lemon different grass, produces sort. This an Another wild Lavender plant of promise is To THE WEST Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

oil is used in scenting soaps, polishes, the Mentha citrata. On distillation Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14O"erdrafts

finer lubricating oils, and as a cheap this plant produces an oil which some- YIASMINOU . . . . . . 1,225.23

scent in In a large number of com- what resembles lavender, and can be Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
pounds. its pure state it is also used for of the
used as a preventive against mosqui unlike most of the plants same I have purposes.men- [ MinD Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02

toes. Our experiments with this plant tioned it requires moist soil. We are
are not complete enough to determine trying to work up a variety Lv Orlando 3:13 pm '
adapted $904,906.09
whether it has a commercial future to the sandier soil, and are meeting Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm '
in this Lv Jacksonville, Fla., A. C. L 9:00 LIABILITIES
state. So far, however, with some success. It is interesting pmLv
p it has not made the robust growth of to note that at the same time, we are Waycross, Ga., A. C. ...11:10 pm Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
lemon Lv Tipton Ga. A. C. L 1:15
grass.Chinese Cinnamon better getting quality.a higher yield of oil and of Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L_-___ 2:40 am am Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

t ,This tree, which has been exten: With the exception of the Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:53 am Bills payable . . . . . . . None I
sivdy planted in central and southern industry in Michigan, peppermint Indiana Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am

Florida as an ornamental is almost and New York, the wormseed indus Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due
as hardy,as camphor. There is an importation try in Carrol Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 I p
of many thousand dollarsa one or two others county of, Maryland minor importance and Ar Birmingham, Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm to Banks and Bankers . . . 2,832.59

year of the oil distilled from < ance, the cultivation of essential oil Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C._ 7:46 pm t

leaves and twigs of this tree. It i is plants in this country has never been Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pro $904,906.09
probable that it could be grown in taken up. The use of these plant' Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C--_______11:07 pm ,
hedges in the same manner as camphor products in the United States is con Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am

and the oil distilled from the tinually increasing, and it is time that Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . .$649,484.91

trimmings.value The, and bark our is also importation of considerable a we home investigated supply. the There possibilities o f Ar Centralia. 111., I. C. _____ l:3San Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . 770,793.72 ,
of Cassia is, however, Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:0 am
bark from China is immense
a quarter of a million dollars a nearly:yea r. to an be done before amount this of industry research work b Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.- 4:29 am Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81Deposits
Experiments can e Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am

this tree to determine are being conducted if its cultivation with established. Wild Plants Ar Chicago, III, I. C_______ 7:50 am Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

can be made profitable in this At present we know very little o f Solid Through Trains-Composed of Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . 770,793.72 ,
t state, and to determine if the Florida the soil and climatic requirements o_ observation, compartment, drawingroom '

, i grown that product is fully the equal of many of these plants, or the part section, sleeping cars, and !-ee Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
we now buy from China. chemical fertilizers will play in thei reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville t

This plant Rose is Geranium ultivation. In handling the crop i iawist it and Chicago and Jacksonvillend lit Increase of quarter of a million i in deposits in 3 months.
extensively grown in b-2 worked out on a basis adapted St. Louis. All meals in diningcar.
southern France The officers and directors of the Orlando i
Bank and
Algeria and in the to American conditions, and most I
leaves French is colonies of Africa. From the important of all is the devising o f For I( iets and Pullman car reser- Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

value in the distilled an oil of very great machinery to do the work now per ations, all on friends and customers for making such a statement pos
mercial perfume trade. The co i formed by the low priced labor of foreign W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, sible.
culture men
of this plant has be countries.It or ,

frquentfy seems to tried be in this country, but it is not an industry to be taken u p I). W. WHITE. Depot:! Ticket Agent, ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
attended with unusual rashly. Prices of land, labor conditions Atlantic Coast Line
It is probable that the and competing crops are all fac Orlando. iitrinninMimi ,

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South Florida SentinelMORNING Miami Herald contains the following (Continued ;rom page 1) Ever hear a Florida land crab sing

AND WEEKLY tribute, to Mr. H. H. Dickson, Secretary Bryan said no friction No? Well, if you wish to hear and

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. of Orlando: had arisen with regard to the natureof enjoy the melody go down in Lake
Among the visitors from Orlandois the credentials given the American Front park any evening, and listen.
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida H. H. Dickson, for many years I commissioners. Suggestion previously The crabs do not begin their song un- I !ASEALLFans
Second Class Mail Matter.
as chairman of the board of county com- had been made that General Huer- til 7 or 8 o'clock, but when they do '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES missioners of Orange county, and a ta's representative might cause delayin start they mean it. The noise is some-
Daily 1 Year .........................J5.00 leading business man of Orlando. Mr. I the the thing like the bleat of a young calf,
Daily. 6 Month ....................... 2.50 proceedings by making
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Dickson is one of the foremost good point that the powers accorded to the and more than one visitor has been
Daily. 1 Month .50 roads advocates in the state and is l American representatives were not i fooled into thinking the park is usedas are Apt to be H

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... '1.00 probably the best posted man on that equal to their own, they having been I a pasture for cattle. There are
Weekly. 6 Months ..................... .ii subject in Florida. He has conducted vested with plenipotentiary powers to crabs with bass voices, some with ten-

TO ADVERTISERS: many experiments for the improve- deal with any situation that might or voices, and others with just plain, Good Clothes Fans

ment of the roads of Orange county arise without referendum to the Huerta common tones. The concert is wen

Copy for display and all her hand-set :and has headed every movement government. worth listening to, and it is hard to .
advertuinc must be handed in at the business in that lOOk-I believe the noise is made by crabs A man who
better highways
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ing to Assurances that the family of T. J.
the day before publication. This rule applies the state. Smith, who were reported imprisoned instead of by four-legged animals.- can afford to
to changes for contract advertising: it is I
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. In speaking last night of the roads at Tonola, Mexico, are safe under the Lake Worth Herald.A spend the time to
over which he had passed in Dade protection of British and Brazilian take in the games' ;

Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- county, while on the present tour, Mr. diplomats and officals and that every PROTESTI can usually affordto f
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Dickson said that they were as goodas effort is being made to obtain the spend the money
continued at the regular subscription rates
until notice to stop is received. he ever saw, but pointed out what, release from imprisonment of Smith notice an article in the ReporterStar to be well dressed.To .
he as an expert would recognize at himself, have been received by Secre- knocking the West Side. I begto the man who can
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914. that the material was too soft afford to wear good
once, tary Bryan from the Brazilian minis- say that some of the
to stand up under the increasingly I ter in Mexico City. The dispatch boosters own good property and live we commend -

Some of the candidates for county heavy traffic for very long. stated that it was not known that any on the west side, and I am one of especially the
commissioner in Fulton county, Ga., He said that Orange county had 1 member of the family except Smith them. new styles in our r

spent a thousand dollars each, or taken the bull by the horns and had himself had been in jail JOE DAWSON.A .

thereabouts, in the campaign and then bonded for six hundred thousand dollars Constitutionalists who have occu- HART

got licked. Besides that they came for the purpose of building sixty pied San Bias on the west coast of SONG

near to forgetting that they were sub- miles of brick roads. The bonds have Mexico, have enforced order and have

ject to prosecution for misdemeanor been sold and work will commence at guaranteed protection to foreigners, Butcher birds, butcher birds, SCHAffNfR a
if they failed to file their expense an early day. according to report from Rear Admi- Robed in hues of heaven,
What cheats
statements and in late Orange county has Mr. Dickson to outrageous you are,
came with ral Howard.It And arrant cowards, too!
them. So it seems that candidates in ,thank for much of the advanced stand is currently reported said a Seven of you rob a nest, & MARX
Georgia get in bad just as they do in that county has taken in the matterof statement from the department, thata rAnd then, as if 'twere seven IS.
' You had routed, hear boast,
roads. you 4.
Hillsborough county. good deserting
large number of federals are -
You pirates of the blue! I
o to the constitutionalists in the CLOTHfSThe"re

Atlanta always does things hand MIAMI'S WELCOME TO THE ORLANDO Tepico district. Grackle with your eyes of fire, .
somely. That city recently enter- PARTYIn The embargo on American shippinghas Fight them from your tree!
Arching buzzard, cast your shadow more than
tained an army of Shriners, and chief been lifted. In other respects Where those cowards be! thatis
among the men who planned the en- welcoming the Orlando party to matters are reported unchanged. I Fearless squirrel, ranger grey, good clothes,
tertainment was Forrest Adair, one Miami, the Herald of that city says: Admiral Howard reported that no Drive those trust-like birds awayH. while the fabricsare
R. R. all-wool and
of the leading citizens. So successfulwas :Miami most cordially welcomes the information has been received of the ,
the tailoring always -
the affair that when the Shriners visitors from Orlando, who arrived Doyle family and that most of the NOTICEOf
of the
departed the citizens set about rais- last night by automobile.It employes of Tehauntepec left via the G i
Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 quality, the styles 1 i
ing a fund for the presentation of a is something of an undertakingto east coast. of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida +
and designing I /
token of appreciation to Mr. Adair. come nearly three hundred milesto Admiral Howard also announcedthat
Notice is hereby riven that J. B. Brings of of special excel-
More than $2,500 has been given in pay a friendly call to a neighboring the Nero arrived at :Mazatlanand of Bloomington 111., purchaser of tax certifi-
small subscriptions. Any man wouldbe city, and Miami appreciates to the destroyer Hull after touchingat cate No. 16 dated the 6th day of Jnly. A. D. lence.
1908 has filed said certificate in my office Men and men of exacting taste re- '
proud to receive such a testimo the fullest extent the honor paid her Guaymas cleared for La Paz. and has made application for tax deed to young ,
issue in accordance with law. Said certificate gardless of pocketbook, choose them.
7 nial. It is better than holding the by this friendly and courteous act. embraces the following described property
highest of official positions.The Our welcome visitors will be shownall THE SAME IN ORANGE situated in Orange county. Florida, to-wit:
South half of lot 4, block A, Arthur Peters WE STOCK
o that can possibly be displayed in Subdivision Section 15. Township 20 south
Miami the short time that they will be withus. The little story of Claude L'En- Range 27 east The said land being assessedat
Metropolis possesses the the date of the issuance of such certificatein
They will be given opportunityto the name of P. B. Haynes & Co.
unhappy habit of saying unpleasant gle's namesake, which app-z. e.se- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
things when it is just as easy to be meet Miami citizens and to enjoy where, is eloquent testimony to the according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon
the recreations in which we take so the 23rd day of June. A. D. 1914.
pleasant. A recent instance hold which the editor-statesman has
was upon Witness my official signature and seal this rail
the occasion of the visit of the Or- much delight. They will be made to :taken on the hearts of the plain the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1914. NI
(Seal) B. !l. ROBINSON //i
lando auto tourists to that city, say- feel at home and they will be impressed people. It is not written with lit- Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Fla. r! /

ing that the party had gone there to with the idea that they are erary skill it is the words that
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learn how to build good roads. While among home folks. first came to the mind of a Florida
this remark was probably intended in No better town exists than Orlando girl in describing her own sentimentsand .tllllllllll.IIII.I.

a jocular spirit it was neverthelesswide and no better people live than Orlando those of a friend in narrating T. F. IIOURIIIAN

of the mark. There is not a people and Miami will be doing events that maybe wouldn't make a

road builder in the crowd of pleasure herself honor in making this visit to thriller for a sensational paper or a 1 Licensed Plumber and I w yr61t

seekers who left Orlando to pay a this city the very perfection of hos- magazine, but are nevertheless as full Sanitary Engineer

friendly call on Miami and other pitality and interest. of love and faith and hope as any- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

towns en route. Nature placed a sup- thing any author ever penned. We Promptly Attended to.. II
ply of good road material in Dade Buy your garden seed from DeLa- can't say how it is in the counties of PHONE 6z9
& Abernethy. Just received a
county and for this she is to be con- big ney shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf his new district, but here in Marion, 106 Court Street
gratulated and should be thankful, Claude's friends and believers are a
but the fact remains that Orange Read the Morning Sentinel. Price legion and they well may cling to ORLANDO, FLORIDA I ,,4

county now stands at the head of 10 cents a week. him, for he has been faithful to the t-21-1m 1

Florida counties in the preparationsfor Try the Sentinel Job Department. trust placed in him.-Ocala Star. HtMIIMMIIIIIIIilllMMHHHtMIMIH

a system of brick roads, and with- I
' in a year's time Dade county can
,." "IIIII"'III"IIIIItlllllllllllllllll'I .
boast none better nor even half as

good. Nor does this discount the already t 'I If you are contemplating a sea voyage this sum-

excellent system of roads in p R pm p V mer a 35c package of McEIroy's Sea Sick Remedy

Orange county. Some of the roads ''III )Ip will absolutely prevent any sea sickness. It is no
will not be improved by brick exceptin IifflhiIIJ J dope and guaranteed,
point of durability. Orange coun- .
ty's affairs have been much better o onCORSET

managed than those of Dade county McELROY'S PHARMACY ESTABLISHED :
and the commissioners of that county

, might learn a good bit by coming up " "
and taking a few lessons.

mmItlllMMMillllllill' IMMMMI '
The Orlando spirit of determinationwas MHIHIitM

readily demonstrated by the

party of auto tourists when they .
see a good the
many people doing
reached the St. Lucie river and
couldn't get across. They didn't pay Tango indifferently well; you'll see few who are

five dollars for an old gray hoss, but really expert-you can tell them instantly,

proceeded to steer their cars over on ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES though-It's that way with good corsets. No

the consent railroad of the bridge company., and without The Palm the Commencement Day-an important event in the matter what your type of figure is, in the "BON

Beach Post tells of the incident as lives of young people should receive some fitting markof TON" there's a model that will give you the

follows: "Although arrangementshad appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the fashionable contours of the moment.We .
occasion. What could be than of
for the more fitting a gift
been made for caring "
Jewelry? stock the "BON TON.
numerous autos in which the Orlando

people were traveling adown the east PRICE-
coast to note the condition of the

roads and have a good time generallyit direct the attention of relatives and friends to

was found that owing to the high the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $3.50 to $25.00DicksonIves

wind prevailing when they reachedthe store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

St. Lucie yesterday there wouldbe est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- i

not only danger but a long delayif mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values
the dozen or more machines were and assortment.A .

to be ferried across. At once a wire visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

was sent the railway authorities ask- obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
ing permission to use the railroad

bridge. The reply was that no authority CO.
would be granted but 'there

were no trains just then due and no '
attempt would be made to stop themif I
they desired to use the bridge.

This was enough for the travelers,
and immediately they dropped their
windshields and lowered their tops DEPARTMENTAL STORE[

and made the trip. So long as the r

man at the wheel has a cool head the
there is no more danger in crossinga JewelerOPPOSITE

railway bridge than any other- ran e Ave. UIbDdO n

provided that nothing .breaks; and

every driver was self possessed. The POSTOFFICE

then in preparing for the trip

made the arrival in this city very EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiin

late, but they found the people ready I
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THE TUNER The home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
ORLANDO, FLA. Wescott, on Rock Lake, was the scene rit i L ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers
of a particularly pretty and happy
celebration last evening when their I I i j Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I

daughter, Miss Elise Josephine Wes !| Admission 5 cents | a "bet It llAten's"El t

Miss Marjorie Cadman, of Narcoos- cott, became the bride of Mr. Thomas Od
s oD I! aDQl/ cr D QDc j
see, is spending several days in the Francis Buchans.
Only relatives and a few inti- .. -
mate friends were present these having
Influence of "
Sympathy. A
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Allen left yes been asked informally, as, owing REAL ESTATE splendid two reel drama by the Victor El

terday' for Burns, Tenn., where they to the illness of the bride's grandfather lead.players. Florence_ Lawrence plays the Commencement Time

will remain until fall. the wedding was quiet, yet "The Brothers." A Nestor drama
proving a most enjoyable evening for with 0. E. Christie ,
in the leading
each privileged participant. 600 acres south of Winter III Is Here
Mr. A. Lawrence Robinson, of Jack rode.Today
sonville Quantities of beautiful blossoms, Garden and west of is the big day. Be sure to
arrived yesterday on a brief ; bring
your coupons. Some is
business visit to Orlando. mingled with graceful ferns and bamboo Gotha, including 10 acre ing to get a nice dinner set one free. go- Want a present for that one
adorned each the
room, parlor
I The who graduates? You can
being particularly effective in white orange grove. en-1 get
Mrs. E. R Baldwin and little 'son, roses amid the delicate green. A ; tire tract covered with ; VETERAN OF ORANGE COUNTY it at our store without any
Maynard, have returned to Lakeland, huge wedding bell of white with DIES AT KISSIMMEE trouble
roses, and but little
I yellow pine timber. Two ex
after visiting with her mother, Mrs. graceful shower bouquets of similar
M. A. Evans, on Lake Eola blossoms marked the place where miles of lake shore. pense.
the Kissimmee
Fla., May 21.-R. B.
bridal party stood, Father Fox here 4-23-lm Savage, one of the oldest residents of o
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hisey left waiting their entrance, and performing Osceola county, died in Kissimmeeon Every Graduate D

yesterday for their home at Tulsa, the impressive ceremony.The MMMMMMMMMMMMIATTENDED Sunday night at 9 o'clock at the
Okla., after a week's visit with Mr. bride never looked more .beau ripe of
age eighty-two years, in the
h and Mrs. I. C. Mann on North Mag tiful. Her gown was of white char- PICNIC AT CHU- Manhattan hotel, which he owned. should have something now,

nolia avenue. meuse trimmed with handsome point LUOTADr. Mr. Savage is survived by his second that they can keep for years,

lace, and she wore her mother's wedding wife, Florence, and by four sons and to remind them of triends
Mrs. Chas. Van and little veil, which
Antwerp was becomingly six daughters, brother and
a a sister,
daughter'Louise, who have been vis caught with lilies of the valley. The Akers, L W. Tilden, Phil Slem- thirty-six grandchildren and fourteen loved ones and the happiest

iting their aunt, Mrs. W. H. Howard, bride entered with her father and was ons, E. H. Gore, S. A. Johnson, andS. great-grandchildren. His wife, Flor- days of their life.

on East Robinson avenue, left yes attended by her two sisters, Miss S. Griffin were among the Orlando ence, his sons, R. C. Savage, W. Hen-

terday for Miami I Carrie Wescott as flower girl, and people who attended the picnic and ry Savage, Sampson Savage and Peter -
ti -- Miss Marie Wescott as maid of honor. Barbecue at Chuluota yesterday. They Savage, and his daughters, Mrs. Allen & Co.
Fraulein Anna Diebner,,of the mu The latter was charmingly gowned in reported a fine time and a better din- Mary Jane Parker, Mrs. Penny Sim- ,
sic department of the Cathedral white, and carried a pink bouquet. ner. A crowd of three hundred from mons, Mrs. Aselene Campbell and

{ school, leaves today for Boston. After The groom was attended by Mr. that section had gathered to hear the Evelyn Stevenson, his brother, JamesW. JewelersPrompt

a a short visit there she will take pass Frank Wallace. Seminole county candidates, all of Savage and.wife, his motherinlaw -

'i age for France, where she will spend Delicious refreshments, including a whom were present and made speeches. Mrs. Pike, of Eagle Lake, and Repairing.
the summer. festive wedding cake, were served Sam Griffin says he put in some his brother-in-law, Charles Clarke 1 I

from the dining room, where the good work as a candidate for the leg- also of Eagle Lake, were with him at Everything Guaranteed. :
Mrs. Ethel Bell Stevens returned bright hued red roses carried their islature, and was well pleased with the time of his death.

r yesterday from a ten days trip to rich color scheme. The much enjoyed the day's business. The. funeral took place on Mondayat .

Arcadia, and Boca Grande, on Gas- fruit punch was served under a dainty 2 p. m. at the Rosehill cemetery,
parilla Island in the, gulf. She was bower of delicate pink and white bios Rev. S. B. Lawler of the
accompanied home by her daughter, soms. [6. :
CIALS SUBJECT TO RECALL odist church, officiating. The pall- .CO!i
Miss Martha Stevens, who has been Among the guests was Miss Marie bearers were James W. Miller, E. L l=D=i.... .

attending the DeSoto high school at Dallas, of Washington, D. C., an aunt Lesley, J. W. Thompson, S. J. Trip- _.- .
Arcadia and the of the bride. St. Fla., Officials
spending winter with Augustine May lett. Alexander Davidson and S. B. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
her uncle, Judge W. D. Bell, of Ar- Mr. and Mrs. Buchans will occupy of the chamber of commerce of Aultman. A large number of rela-

cadia. the Smith cottage on Central ave St. Augustine will be subject to recall tives and friends followed the bodyto $ m9Jize t :
nue, and the best wishes of many if an amendment to the constitu- its last resting place. )
Miss G. M. friends attend them. tion at the is
Beede, representing the proposed May meeting Mr. Savage was born in 1832, at
Clyde Glenn Advertising Agency, of adopted at the June meeting. The
Watertown, S. C., and in 1845 his
Tampa, was in town yesterday on APPRECIATIONThe amendment provides that a petition father moved tQ Orange county, Fla., Qu..A.LCT
business. This bearing the of ten members
agency was formerlythe names
and settled at Fort Gatling on Lake
Glenn-Reagin agency, but recent- following telegram was received asking for a recall election for any Conway. The younger Savage about
ly Mr. Reagin sold out all of his interests by Mrs. Thayer from the Dial official and filed with the secretary the year 1857, married Miss Sarah Is first, last and all the time the important consid-
Mr. Glenn who shall be followed by the calling of the
to continuesthe
lory family on their North taking
way Hodges at Fort Gatling, and moved to eration in our groceries.
business and has the election by the general chairman, ten ,
changed with them the body of the beau- Fort Taylor Mound at the extreme
name to that of the Clyde Glenn Advertising tiful little boy who died so suddenlyhere days' notice being given of such call. eastern portion of Orange county, When quality is considered you will find our pricesare
Agency. last Tuesday morning. The funeral A two-thirds vote is necessary for a
close to the St. Johns river, where he lower than
recall. any grocery in the city.
services will be held next Satur- entered one hundred and twenty acres
YOUNG MATRONS MET WITH day afternoon at the family home in The chamber of commerce is per- of land from the state, and set out a All goods guaranteed strictly fresh.

I MRS. J. B. LAWTON, JR. Batavia, Illinois. haps the only commission governed seedling orange grove.
l of the kind in the state based
"Union Station, Jacksonville, body
He served during the last Indian
i The Young Matrons held their card "May 20th. upon such broad democratic princi- war, 1856-1857 and 1858 with credit, j
games for this week on Wednesday "The first part of our journey over ples. The amendment was suggestedby and when the call came during the THE
the chairman General J. SANITARY GROCERY
t afternoon, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., be- comfortably. I find the thought up- general civil war, Mr. Savage did not fail to
in mind is the consolationin C. R. Foster, he feeling that such a
ing hostess. Although several of the permost my answer it. He served altogether three
usual players were absent, they were this sad day afforded by the many provision in the constitution would years in the civil war, but spent four- CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
represented by friends, and those par- kind and thoughtful words and deedsof bring members and officials nearer teen months of this time as a prisoner. -
ticipating in the'contest were Mes- our dearest Orlando friends and together in the work done. It is prob- He was at the battle of Gettys- 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

dames J. B. Lawton, Sr., Gordon the many and sincere expressions of able, however, that the names of more burg under General Davis, where he .
Wright, Lee Miller, Philip Slemons, sympathy from those with whom we than ten members will be required to was wounded in the hip.
had only slight if secure an election before the amend- {{ CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Leonard Bumby, Jr., and Mrs. Allan acquaintance any After the war was over Mr. Savage
Weathersbee. at all."A. ment is adopted, as the total member- returned to his home in Florida FUNERAL
Assisted by Miss Rita Lawton, the D. MALLORY. ship is over and devoted himself to his family, his

hostess served a dainty course of grove and his cattle. Mi'"
4 cream and cake. PUPILS OF ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Contracts have been signed and it His first wife having died in 1902

f As the club has just reached its IN RECITAL is expected that within a very short in Kissimmee, Mr. Savage sold his NEXT THURSDAY MARKS CLOSEOF
first anniversary, the members pro- time actual construction work will begin cattle and moved permanently to Kis- ROSALIND SEASONA White Star MarketDUREN
pose to celebrate its birthday with a Pupils of the music department oi on Jacksonville's big new syrup simmee, where he bought the Rull!
\I picnic, on May 27th.HUNGERFORD. St. Joseph's academy entertained a refinery. Forty thousand dollars Bass property at the corner of Dakin
i number of their friends with an informal worth of concrete buildings will be avenue and Broadway, and later on pretty card party was given at
1 NORMAL musicale yesterday afternoonin erected. It is intended to have the erected the hotel, now known as the the dub rooms yesterday by the hos- I

the music room of the academy.The plant in operation by the first of No Manhattan. A few years afterwardshe pitality committee, Mrs. Abernethy, l
; The Hungerford Normal and Indus- numbers were played in excel vember. married his second wife, Mrs. Flor- Mrs. Lege, Miss Person and Miss

trial school will hold its annual com- lent style and were greatly enjoyed ence Fortner, by whom he had two Hudson.
mencement exercises May 24th to by the appreciative audience. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton', San- children. The first prize, a grapefruit bowl,
ford Fla. Write or phone for prices. was won by Miss Kilmer, the consola-
i 28th, 1914. All are invited to be present After the program the guests wertreated e5.19tf.
to a'feast of ice cream and -- MEETING OF POSTMASTERS tion, a dainty box of correspondencecards

R. C. CALHOUN, Principal.T. cake, served at small tables spread Eat what you want CLOSES went to Mrs. Browne.A .
t I on the academy grounds. Eat all you want. delicious cream course was servedat
S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone I Take a postscript and forget it. r the close of the afternoon.The .
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf I Subscribe for the Sentinel I For sale by all druggists.lTd&wlyr. St. Augustine, Fla., May 21.-The club will be open on next
last day's session of the Florida Post- Thursday afternoon for the last en-
master's association and the Florida tertainment of the season. Y1THE


tion of Postmasters is being held to- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR BUYS :MEAT
day. The convention now drawing to I
The Lucerne that she knows will all be eaten.
Today a close goes down as being one of the
RENT-Furnished rooms with
: most successful ever attempted.The electric lights and bath, close in, tender, toothsome, juicy
following program was carried four blocks from postoffice. 7 West I kind that will be eaten to the
M out today: Robinson avenue, city. 5-22-3t last mouthful. Uneaten meat is

Discussion of topics: i a waste. If she buys her supplies .

"Keeping Prohibited Matter Out of WANTED-An interview with one or here there will be none
And the
balance of this week. the Mails," F. L Collins, Winter Ha- two of the "leading music teachersin uneaten and thus no waste.
town. "F, care of the Sentinel.
ven; M. B. Darnall, Key West; S. L 5213t'IIIII""II"IIIIIIIII" Phone 23
Giles, Carrabelle. 48 W. Church St. 56tfIf
The Glendevere
Tango Company "Keeping General Delivery Open on

Sundays," Miss M. B. Bishop, Eustis;
; I. B. Thomas, South Jacksonville; E your paper is not delivered
PRESENTINGMISS G. Staikpole, Tampa. Shoe Repairing ; promptly, don|t fail to notify the office.

LESLIE GLENDEVERE ] Reports of committees.
-AND- I TANGO ARTISTSMR. Election of officers. WOOD, COAL AND .ICE

BURT BUCHER J AdjournmentDuring Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Men's Half- Soles, 750 to 850 Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
doing the "Inspiration Tango," the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank the big electrical storm Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 75e !
which passed over Kissimmee and vicinity Children's H Soles, $0c to 750 \ Sentinel want ads. are money get.
Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. i last Saturday afternoon light- Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo < terse Try them.OSTEOPATHY.

ning struck Andrew Simmons, a Heels Repaired, 251
"Little Tin Soldier and The Doll, a one reel Thanhouser.
prominent farmer residing near Fish All work returned in 24 hours.
"Warning Cry, a one reel Majestic. lake, about four miles southeast of Ordtrs without remittance re- '

"Passing of Izzy," a one reel Keystone. Kissimmee, killing him instantly. He turned return C. 0.postage.D. We pay T

leaves a wife and six children. M -

: Admission: First Floor Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cen Is Eat what want. A. Hansonig DR. J. C .HOWELL
you I Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
Balcony 10 Cents to All. Take Eat all a you postscript want. and forget it. East Pine Street I extra charge for house treatmentTelephone

For sale by all durggists. ORLANDO FLORIDA | connection

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w 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

WINTER PARK ITEMS 1' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS A Warsaw fish weighing three hundred superior goods courteous attention
and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
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4 and ninety
was broughtinto
(Continued from page 3) FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Pensacola a few afternoons ago are all right, then why not put us to the test.

t sive irrigating plant to enlarge his hereby announce my candidacy for Representative by the schooner Fish Hawk, comingin
r garden patch. I I I from Orange county, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary to be from the Gulf. The fish was near-
Next Sunday morning President held June 2nd. This
ly seven feet in length and one of WayYour
William F. Blackman will J. H. REESE.
preach the its sides was about three feet in

baccalaureate sermon to the graduating FOR REPRESENTATIVE width.TO .
T class of Roliin's college, at the i iI
4 .Congregational Church, taking the hereby announce my candidacy for Representative doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your
from Orange county, subject to THE PATRONS OF THE OR.
hour of the regular morning service. the helot action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be LANDO POSTOFFICE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. '

A most cordial and urgent invitation S. S. GRIFFIN. Hon Claude L'Engle, Congressmanat YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
is extended to the entire communityand Washington, D. G, has requested ,
surrounding towns to be present FOR REPRESENTATIVEI applicants for appointment to the saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. .

and give recognition to most postmastership at Orlando to have s
a wor- hereby announce myself a candidate for
e Representative fr.m Orange county for the their supporters write him personal
thy cause. The graduating exercisesof next session of the Florida Legislature sub- letters, advocating their choice, in-
the school will be held Monday eve- jest June to 2nd.the Democratic primary to be held instead of the applicants sending pe- NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT

-., ning, May 25. C. P. DICKINSON.FOR titions. I therefore ask my fri nds I,
to do me this favor, as I desire the
The graduating exercises of the
appointment. I have been t
a patron
,: academy, Tuesday evening, May 26. REPRESENTATIVE rf this office all my life, and have always But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

The annual meeting of the alumni Yielding to what appears to be the de- been a consistent and progressive high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just f''
association will be held Tuesday af tire of leading citizens in almost every precinct Democrat. ,
of Orange county that one of the can- Respectfully doctor wrote it.Don't {
ternoon, May 26th at 3 o'clock. dilates to be nominated for Representative as your .
in the primary election of June 2nd should J. C. HULLstwit
The Commencement concert will be be from the country precincts, 1 hereby an : ,

given Wednesday evening, May 27, at nounce myself a candidate.A. B. NEWTON. ,

half past seven o'clock, followed by FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC -
the president's reception at half past INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS Forget :

eight o'clock. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
election as a Member of the County Board of
Commencement will be held Thursday Public Instruction from District No. 2. Orange 1

'' forenoon, May 28, at *0 o'clock, County, Florida. f M. M. SMITH. That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may 1

with the alumni dinner at ore o'clockand Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, Fer I
the Commencement social at half MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION [Rent etc. for this column 25c;; for one day.0c be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
(> for three days or 11-00 for one week for
past seven o'clock. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor %;5 words or less. Money must accompany and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
The re-election to the office of Member of the advertisements fer 'this column as no 1
South Florida Conference cf Board of Public Instruction Orange County, insertions will be made on credit -it chances this time to be your neighbor's instead of Take
the A. M. E. Church, began a four from District No. 3, subject to the coming your own.

days' session last Thursday after primary Very respectfully W1L EDWARDS., FOR SALE these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business ,

r' Zellwood. Fla.e Nsrsery stock, one, two, three and
noon. Your correspondent was not four year old buds; Foster Early, People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

present, but from reports from th FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington t
, myself
hereby announce as a
members of the conference we were for re-eleeti.il to the office of Supervisor of Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahl
assured that it was a very profit Registration for Orange County, subject to Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3.13FOR -t 4'
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
able gathering, the Bishop being present 1914. f.
FRANK H. WILLIAMS. SALE-Mitchell roadster; ra r
bargain; recently completely ovehauled I
Rev. C. E. Enlow is under the doc FOR SHERIFFI and made good as new in e DeLaney & Abernethy I
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
part guaranteed first class
tor's care. Sheriff of Orange County subject to the ery ;; co
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. dition; must be sold at once, even ato
FRANK GORDON. sacrifice. Come, or address, WhitRock

STATE NEWS NOTES FOR SHERIFF 4-23-tf Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. Next Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida.Dr. .

I announce myself asa, candidate for the
7 (From the Gainesville Sun.) office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, FOR SALE-A
good sound and
? Additional subject to the Democratic primary. I am a mare;
telephone facilities are native of Orange county. In asking the votes gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
to be provided for Key West, th of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge 520dlOtwlmoFOR
the Vities of the office without fearor BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
to be
present plant
enlarged so th at .
favor to any man for the upholding of the SALE-One thoroughbred Ala- A
laws and the preservation of and good AND DO ALL -
a greater number of subscribers maybe peace bama hound. Address I. Turner KINDS OF
order in the county. through your desk and if
cared for. WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR Apopka, Fla. 5.12-lw OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which see '
I Physician are in need. If there is
The Pensacola Excelsior company DISTRICT NO. 3 OR SELLING at 24 and we will call, get your
your orange grove, or other real 132 Orange Avenue order
and do the work and
will begin to operate its factory by I hereby announce myself as a candidat estate call on or write F. G. Arnold, ff. at the lowest promptly
Wednesday or Thursday of this week. for the office ef Member of the Count; Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine Next door to People's Bank price consistent with
Board of Public Instruction from School high grade work. It will receive:our
AI The capacity of the plant will be ten Board District N,. 3, subject to the actio: street after June 1st. 5151wPROPERTY up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
tons of excelsior of the Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914.
per day. If elected I will give thoughtful attention I to in the vicinity of New diseases treatedTelephone
i the educational interests of the county and York city, with residence, to exchange Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
faithful service.
Many barrels of cull oysters are being C. H. GALLOWAY. for Orlando property on cash 578. DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
planted in Escambia bay by i I valuation. J. M., 307 West street, Pepper Crates. 4-29m
oyster FOR Tn? COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w OPTOMETRIST
men who propose to make the INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2
Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likens) Rubber Stamps made to order at
oyster raising industry one of the big FOR SALE-Refrigerator child's
I he'why announce myself as candidate for is the kind you want. Where to Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
things of Pensacola next season. the offi! e of Member of the County BoardInstruct ClfPublic Foster Ideal crib, cane seated chairs, it? That's get ORLANDO. FLORIDA
easy, phone 636.V.. T. -
r inn from 'Sohonl Board Dist Lt dining table. No. 9 Liberty street, Entrican.
No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic 1-20-tf bicycle fixed in
East Pine. If
i corner 5-21-3t want your
Mr. and Mrs. H. primary, June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will Put in thy adver- you
B- Snell and their -- money purse by Warman's Repair
it to
give due attention to the work of the -- --- Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf a hurry take
son, Bruce Snell, of Jacksonville, said and endeavor to be fair to all the sc iwo FOUND-Bulb' for auto horn. Owner I I tising in the Sentinel. Shop. 12-5-tt
,= interests of the county. may have it by identifying and :
to have been bitten -
a few .
ago J. B. REDDITT. for this notice. Call at Sentinel. --

z by of a hydrophobia dog which, had are developed now taking a case the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI \WANTED. -- --A-man- -of 55-, able_ to care IIIIIIIIIIIIIII W : \\\\\\\ 3'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIII IIII'IIIII'III'IIIIIIIIII I [ [ > ''NiT'S i\\\\\\\\\\\ \tt\\\\\\

am a candidate for the office of County for stock and do other work, desires
Pasteur ; Commissioner of Orange from
treatment. District %. If elected I promise county to serve the a L home. L A. Williams, Gen. Delivery -
people to the best of my ability, having re- : city. 5-14-lw TIME

b the Tomatoes car loads.are leaving There, has Dade been City by an I lied sided the people to here know a number the needs Respectfully.of of years the I section am qu and ali-! LOST-Two about 35 Airdale pounds terriers each; ; names weigh TAKE UP THE U HOUSE

1 abundant yield of vegetables, beans, A. C. STARBIRD "Sandy"' and "Michael." Reward.

squash much so"and as to smaller cause vegetables a glut in,the so Apopka, Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER E. Beeman. 5-12-tf f I

market. Freight rates consume the re-election I hereby u announce Commissioner myself from a candidate District No.for FOR RENT FURNISHING QUESTION.IN f 1 REAL l
profits and farmers are letting vege 9, Orange county, Florida, subject to the ---
action ef the Democratic primary to be held
tables dry in their gardens. Pasco June 2nd, 1914. NICELY FURNISHED HOME on

county soil is especially adapted to J. L DILLARD. Lake Cherokee for rent from June to

vegetables. A large' cannery is badly FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI October, also six room unfurnished E.AE EST

needed in this vicinity, so many toma-, hereby announce myself as a candidate cottage. Address Kentucky Home

toes _are refused at the packeries that for District County Four Commissioner subject to,the Orange artwi Ceunty of the 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk Our stock of

could be utilized with canneries and Democratic primary. June 2nd, 1914. I will\ Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

there should be very little waste.- freatly appreciate your support Yours truly FOR our store RENT-Two at No. 9 W.office Church spaces street i in delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Dade City Note in Tampa Tribune. Pine Castle Fla. C J. SWEET. Come in and we will show you. Pierce pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Electric Co. 3-29-tf ble in every sense of the word.HillllllllllillllllllMliilUiiMMiim.
Prof. Conheim's
experiments to I announce myself as a candidate for reelection TO RENT-Some
; show that brainless doves can fly is to the office of County Conmiawoi'. very desirable mod
i ere Orange County, District Five, subject ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. MMIMM
no special argument against intelligence to the decision of the Democratic primary 4-26-tf

in the aeroplaning man.-New June tad U14. Respectfully, CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

Ft Christmas. Fla. to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining '

HAIR NEEDSPARISIAN hereby announce my candidacy for the Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub all kinds. Fish and oysters in
Sect to the action of the Demooraitc primary feature to
called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and Your patronage solicited. S. you.
elected I pledge you my faithful service. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm
SAGf E ARTHUR BUTT. || tltiiillMMMMMKincaid' "II"IIIIIIIIII'11111111 ,.
We insure life
FOR COMMISSIONER your and loan you
It Quickly Removes Dandruff I hereby announce myself a candidate for money on real estate at 6 per cent
reelection as County Commissioner from interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.
Just ,
because hair is full of I
your District No. 1 of
Orange county subject to
Curry, Building, Tampa Fla.
dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and nev the action of the primary of June 2nd. You ,
G er will do up to look pretty, do not support wHl be greatly appreciated. 3-25-d&wtf
despair. Beautiful hair thick M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR : .
fluffy &
t Spray material
insecticides and
lustrous and absolutely free from COUNTY TREASURER
fungicides at F.
dandruff and aH excessive oil. I t I hereby announce myself a candidate for Dutton's, Sanford -
Parisian Sage frequently applied Treasurer of Orange County subject to the Fla. Write for prices and lit
will Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. erature. 4-29-1m.
work wonders.
one application i- J. H. TUCKER.
w stops itching head, remove: Write F. F. Dutton Furniture of Character
dandruff and all excessive oilfl It FOR TAX COLLECTOR ,
I hereby for prices Cow Peas
aanonne. myself on 4-29m
as a candidate
goes right to the hair roots and furnihp for reelection to the office of Tax Collector
the nourishment needed-thi e of Orange County. subject to the Democratic Don't wait for every one in town to '
hair becames soft fluffy, abundant: primary to be held June !nd, 1911. If re- have Entrican, the painter before at Popular Prices.
elated ,
F and radiant with linfe. i pledge to you my faithful service Am ........
aa I have endeavored to give in the past you try. too busy to look you
Parisian Sage not only saves the *. t:. MART I tN up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
hair, but stimultes it to grow long ---_._- ---- L. job-
and heavy. Get a 50-cent bottle from Cow Peas at F. F. Button's-, Sanford -- class Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Floridawifflwww.Hwmmwmu
McElroy's Pharmacy at once. There Fla. Write or phone for Brazing a specialty at
is no other "Just as good. 519tf. prices. Warman's Repair Shop o : Court S t.
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-\ Here in a $1200 car, the streamline body finds expression in

k its truest form.

No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the windshield -

mounting at the rear of the cowl.
cILi11'r The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the

beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

I Such construction is made possible through the use of our
one-piece pressed steel body.

Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visibly -.vi-
dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechan


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

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, casten convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor car beauty

bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; and in value for the money.

axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes
elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains top
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.
; tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. Write for catalogue.

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland DistributorsIMMilliMMMtilliiiiilM

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ROO [VaT JUMPS RlllT INTO THf,f Company L of the Second Regiment Delray was visited by a cyclone
of the Florida National Guard was Saturday afternoon. The, Baptist BIG BARGAIN INORANGE I iHIMMtMtMIIMtltMMMMMIMMMIIIIIIIIHIIH

POLITICAL GAME AGAIN mustered in a few nights ago at church was knocked off its founda-
the county fair building in West tion and a good deal of damage done I GROVE
Palm Beach. This building has been to the building. A cement house was THE MARKETOf

Favors Arbitration for Tolls Questionand rented for armory purposes. Sixty demolished and damage done to sev- -
men were enrolled as members. eral others.MltMHIMIIIMMtliMMMMHillllintHHIHilMit.
Says Things
i Cleanliness
Colomba Claim iI I Ten acres on beautiful lake Of QualityFREH

i two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
f Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 20.-Twelve
court house in the fastest
hours after Theodore Roosevelt returned I growing FISH AND GAME
from South America he was Beck I I l I section of Orange County,
i;, back today in the thick of politics. PaynesCash I Seven hundred orange and grape J Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
He was up early and as soon as break- "-
fast was over he was hard at work fruit trees. Five hundred in | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh |

'1 picking up the threads where he full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
dropped them seven months ago.
big paying proposition. Owneris | We invite
Colonel Roosevelt, it was learned inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have T
today, looks forward to one of the getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.

hardest political campaigns of his ca- Present crop on trees indicate

;' reer.his Except trip to Spain for the for time the occupiedby weddingof sr APlf & fANCY GROCERIES[ [ two thousand boxes. Price only I The PARLOR MARKET |

his son, Kermit, he expects to devote $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
to politics most of his time until terms.
I November. Already a tentative H. M. Self & Co.

plan of action has been mapped out. Nice new stock. White Rose
The former president has in mind a'' xM Cooper Atha :I PINE STREET

campaigning trip taking him from the ,i ; brand Canned gocds Fox River ButJ J b
Atlantic to the Pacific and several I ii 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor Phone No. 80

shorter trips in nearby states. ter "Pride" the highest grade butter- jj : |
; ;
'I In his library today he paced the Phone No. 311 filII I" 111.11111 I I '
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floor and dictated letters and telegrams "If t. f. -- -
at top speed. His desk was I Ine.au ana get our cash prices. I -- -_-_-_----_-_-_--___-_-

piled high with messages from alli mmmmim.

parts of the.world ,inquiring as to his : I I.

conditions.health and informing'him of political I'! 11 West Robinson Avenue t"'t ,t"" t I I 1 01iiMiMMaiid 1-*- -,.1T. -:: ,,:::::" ,',, ,:,;.

Colonel Roosevelt's present desire I 0
is to get back in touch as soon as I, niiiiiMioiiiii
possible with the affairs of the Progressive I I fttMIMIMillMIIMtllMI-frfrtlll.MHillillllllMIMi

party in all parts of the 1
country. Before he left South America -I > I Make Cooking a PleasureWITH
he planned his work, arranging.1 I

3 by cable for conferences with Pro-, Fare 322
gressive leaders. The first of these .t DAILY BETWEEN
was set for today. George W. Perkins I L BUffALO A
of New York, chairman of the
national executive committee, and 0. :... EVEL\ND Q-.AS R. :t\J'G-E
K. Davis, of Washington, secretary of ..
the committee, were expected at Sag-
4'', amore Hill during the afternoon tot Clean Economical
give a report on the situation. -
Colonel Roosevelt will go to his editorial THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" i

office in New York tomorrow Length soo feet;brNdtl98Ieet,i roofer 510(Uteroomi ud pulon .coMmxUting i00 ...-..-
lens Crater ia CM* larger in.U propcrtwo*-ncLer in all.ffnmtmrnti Itiin any luuaer oa
morning and will spend most of the II1ui tntmd&be wadd.: la wrnoa Jraa IStk.MacnfficeBt .
day in meeting political associates.At Steamm"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and" ,t4f of B ft1o"
that time he will confer with the 'Duly-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Myit to Dec.i aa Orlando Water & Light Company
I New York state leaders. His address LcmBdU ':00 p.M. LeroCWUad '.00 P.Y.
Amwaerckn* 1:30 A.M. AMe Buffalo 7JOA.U.Eutan .
before the National Geographic so- ( Studnd Tine) N Gas Department
ciety in Washington has been set for Cooaectiooi Oerelud for.ht- -!.".ToWoDeaohudaD poIDli T.adSoatlnloNt.IWlroai
tickcto iWiog bctwcea B fU ud CkreUnd an food for truupwtatiiwoa ear teamen.
next,Tuesday evening. A k jour tic1.et....for betas m Co&B.Line Write M for hindionn flluitrated booklet free.
The Wilson administration's atti- THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, 0. .. ..... ... .
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: over the Panama canal was criticised I i lb _
,' today by Colonel Roosevelt. He o '

jetted ,strongly to the payment of fHIIIIIIMIIitlllllilllliMMHMIHMtietMMHtMIMIIMHtMMtet
, what he termed "blackmail" ,to Colombia To the West and NorthwestVIA etlt.

and characterized this actionas

Colonel"unthinkable.Roosevelt" expressed him -

self strongly opposed to the repealof DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND W. M. SLEMONSNew

the law for the exemption of '
c American coastwise ships from payment SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED t
of Panama canal tolls. He said
he thought it perfectly right to arbitrate

the question, if the rights of the Limited.Dix!. Dixie Fljer.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Goods Arriving Daily

country to grant exemption we rer' Orlando. A. C. L..12 J lam 3:1 pm I v Orlando ........................ *:lipm t
questioned. JatkaonriUe A. C. L... t:45am 7:34 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pmS:15pm
i v Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:%5 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ...........
Colonel Roosevelt referred to the T Wayerou. A. C L..ll:5O 10:25 pm WajcroM A. C. L. .............1O:2
in rMoronG.S.IF..6:13pm; 6:15am rMoronG.S.tF; .............. 3:46 am
testimony Washington yesterday r r Atlanta C of Ga.. I:03 pm 7:25 am r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. Tai ,
of Charles S. Mellen. He said that r Chattanooga W. A; A...1%:ll&m 11:5hm r KDO ville. I* 4: N. .............12Upm3:16pm
r Certun, L. 4; N. ................ (
when Mr. Mellen went to him to dis.1 r Nashville, N C. 4 St L. 4:50 am 4:30pm P Louisville. L. 4; N. .............. 9:00 pAr m
cuss the merging of the New Haven L St Louis L C 4 L,&: N. Z:50 pm 'I:%0 am r Indianapolis, ?a, L ............ 1:50 am We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
with the Boston and Maine he told I Ar Lexington L, &; N. ............
Ar .......... 8:50 pm
HopklniTille L. 4; N. 137pmI Ar Cineinanti. L. 4 N ............. 8:50pm.12:20pm made by Schloss Bro& of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
him that so far as he was concerned I Ar Evansville L. 4; N..... >: 3am 9:25 Dm r Kalamaioo, G. R. 4; L .......... a
he would have no objection provided| Ar Terre Hantc C. 4; E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids, G. R. 4; L ....... 2:45pm Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen
Ar. Chicago C. 4; E. L..... ':50 C:50am r and Towels
the merger came within the law. r pm Cleveland. Bit ............. 7:15It am I
x When he goes to Washington ne "| DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. I
week, Colonel Roosevelt said he would JI I Solid train. composed of section drawing LIMITED & Co.
L lie :loom sleeping can observation Solid train, composed of electric, lighted Best place in the city to trade.
ready to refute expressions of and compartmentflrawinY i
j, an dining car between -toom Pullman sleeping ear and coaches -
doubt as to his discovery of a great [I Chicago ar between and Jacksonville section, drawing-room and St Louis.sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and ,
river in the wilds of South America. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
"The river is still there," said the DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted comrtmeot. Cleveland; also Pullman
colonel with a laugh. "It wasn't like observation sleepers, and electlie ,Jacksonville sleeping ear between W. M. :
and Grand Rapids SLEMONS
fehted section drawing-room sleep... First on Mondays !
climbing an unexplored mountain or lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car i
going to the North Pole, for such expeditions eves meals a la. rack service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

leave no traces which are URANGE AVENUE it' 1n"
.F W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. D. WHITE, Depet HcketAjent.Atlantic .
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Coast Line, Orlando

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Jroznpt ,S orm Courtesy Rer. J. E. Wray Preaches Commencement 1 Sa.

3o Details Ohl Sermon at Close of Southern -

l College There

r, Sutherland, Fla., May 21.-South- ..:., :'r:'> i{,' }.;f: ';/

ern college commencement
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO brought to a close with the announce-was .

ment of the faculty for the coming J ; }

year: -:. : : .:' f'.,.. .. :
R. H. .1 .
Alderman, president; Miss : .: : '
K THE PANAMA CANAL WAS DUG BY Berd R. Allen, professor of English, :: : .
PLAN St. Mary's college and Chicago uni- .. :. rZ AF ........., ''

versity; E. E. McCarty, professor of 'i I
Every achievement worth, while was mathematics, Birmingham college; C. : I

planned in advance-every step to completionwas C. Hatley, professor of natural science THAT FLAG
carefully thought out. Trinity college and Columbia

That is why many individuals in this com- university hugh, professor; Miss of Margaret psychology 0.and Fitz-education *; stands for the protection of life

munity have been able to build up substantialbank ; Miss Mary Allen Griffith, : A1UhI and property of American Citizens .

w accounts. Saving money is not an acci- professor of Latin languages; Miss .
tiiiiiir everywhere!
dent. Jeannette E. Carter, professor of _j

There should be a plan-the plan should modern languages; David S. Hogg, and]
professor of history and Greek, Em- .
s x be followed carefully-do not give up-be ory and Henry college and Chicago rtniiii the same Government protects

t persistent. university. tJJjIrI their finances when entrusted to

Always let the first step in your plan to Academy-Garfield Evans, first as- :; \ [!J1l! to this "National" Bank, which is
t f save be the starting of :
money your Savings sistant; Miss. Ethel Keyser, second

i4 Account with this bank. ., _/ assistant; Miss Mae Cole, third as- under Government supervision
sistant; Miss Lela Cecil, model classes. -

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Special Department-Elbert G. E. .J 4w

Vredenberg, department of music, ... .. .
Bristol conservatory of music; Miss .
lin; Miss Lela DeWitt, expression; .} e xii i*
Miss Jessie C. Sutton, art Mrs. Anna
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department; Mrs. .' .... ., .. '. -" ... ..' .. .
L B. Conrad, lady principal.The '
Will Put the Reins grand concert of the commence- O. 1} t\ .

ment occasion was conducted in the \ 2' tll ; : 0' .. ,

Success in Your college chapel Saturday evening un- .
der the direction of Mrs. W. L. Clifton J

director of music, and Miss Eliz- '. ':.. ,, '. .. .. .' ... .., .
: .
HandsHow ( ,: ; : .:: .:: '( : :::: : :
: 1
abeth Betts, teacher of expression.The .':. ::'" \(:(
program was varied, with selec- q

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perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative Rev. J. E. Wray, pastor of the Methodist 11111111111111111111.

church of Orlando, preached the {
call He will
on you. give you a baccalaureate Dr.
sermon. Wray took ,'HIIIIIMMIIttillMiMilllilMMiMHIMHIiMitlllMHIIIIIIIM
formula that will make and mature : the words of St. Paul, "I Have Kept
the Faith," for his text, which he discussed -
fi your fruit from the different viewpointsin THE
the New Testament-(1)( ) a body of GRAND THEATERCOOLEST
truth, ((2) an experience, holding
faith, (3) manifestations of experience. -

Ti nID f rtili Co.b "Faith". He as then((1)) creed particularly, ((2)) consciousness defined-
rn r
much, ((3)in keeping character.with His the sermon preceding was SPOT IN THE TOWN ,

: | ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAMIMMMMMIHMIIHMUMIIIMIMMHMMtlim sermons on commencement occasionsas ttimimiMMIIIMiltMIMMMIIMttltllliHtlMIIMMMHMMMI"ZiDflO's .
he drove home the truths which

underlie our church, our religion and TODAY
t Christian characters. His style was

j simple and easy to follow, yet pro-
t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1111111111 found in its depth and meaning. His ,
: War in the Clouds. A motion picture ex- : ;
-E apt illustrations and well ordered logic

COWPEAS minutes.enthused his audience for fifty full ; travaganza. More interesting than "Sinbad the Sailor.' j

The medals were awarded to those ; ; Zinzo's teriffic fight in the air, will provoke untold

winners in the several contests held
; amusement and wonderment. '
-- during :
Literary society oration, 0. E. Rice

We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- (Philomathean); literary society dec- "The Countess and the Burglar," a Selig drama of j '
lamation, Fain Howell (Phi Sigma);
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- literary society essay, Beulah John- ; crime in high society.

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. son (Sigma Delta); literary society
declamation, Edythe Yeats (Erole-
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of thian); expression, Irene Dees; pro- rfORGf[ [ SCUM lOT The boy that pleases them all. A song for everyone !

all kinds. hibition, Rodney C. Wilson; ministe- 9 You can't be disappointed.J .
rial, S. A. Wilson; scholarship, Eliza-
Y Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- beth Booth; art, Ira Skipper.

I riers F., etc. Phones F.181191.Dutton POLK Bartow WILL ING, Fla.EXPERIMENT SAND, May ROADS 21.Sandoilroads IN OIL Special J i l Music i by J "That"M t" r ll ;

are to have a test in Polk coun- M
SANFORD, FLORIDA ty. W. F. Hallman and others madea : : CHILDREN 5c. ADULTS lOc. i i; I IHIIIIIIIIHIMMI
.F proposition to the county commis- : ::: ;
sioners to contribute $2,000 towardsa I II II 11111 11I111111 I I I II 11I111
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to the club house on Banana lake, a
distance of about two miles, and the
down .
board decided to put as an experiment lllllliilllimiMIIMMMMMMIMMIIMMMMIMMOur
road of this material be- I
tween said a points in March, two mem- Gentlemen It has been: reported to the Com- I '

bers of the county commissioners, the missioners that you are making connections Spr rID Suffiffler
.1 m r
s secretaries of the Lakeland and Bar- ious property through owners the, preparatory yards of var-to. f.
town boards of trade, and a numberof making connections with the sewer.
Stock Reducing Sale representative citizens from various Your attention is called to the fact I
parts of the county made a motor that a connection fee will be chargedfor
line the
new for Spring
these connections and this fee
the sand-
to Eustis to inspect
trip will carry with it the inspection of and Summer season of 1914 is
Continued 30 oil road there, and since the trip there the entire line.
Days Never in the history -
has been a great desire shown among Any lines that have been laid will I now complete.
z. the good roads boosters for an experi- have to be uncovered and examined I of our business have we
before connection will be allowed i
ment in this county. Polk county is been able to show such a line of
USSESIAffiLTOMDUMAgents with the sewer. You are therefore
spending about $100,000 a year for warned that any lines laid by you I new and timely goods for Eas-
roads and the people believe it shouldbe in the past and any that you may ter selling. Our line of Dress
roads which lay in the future will be subject to
s for Barclay CorsetsNepali's expended this inspection and such as are found Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Mill
will last. not to be in compliance as to grade, I I nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
making of joints, etc., will have to be notions is complete-the stylesare
Patterns VICE-PRESIDENT AND MRS.MARSHALL removed and relaid.Furthermore varied enough to suit
i VISIT RICHMOND all those who will
make connection for this work will be the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with '
placed under a special bond. every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
i Richmond, Va., May 21.VicePresident Any work done is at risk.E. .
your Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Marshall, with Mrs F. SPERRY I
_: GREATEST STEAMER REACHES The Vaterland Thomas R. the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent.
was launched on April arrived here this morning Mayor
Marshall, _
NEW YORK ON MAIDEN TRIP Attest: Carl Jansen, City Clerk I :heaper than the regular prices.
3, 1913. She is 950 N. C., accompanied
feet in length, from Charlotte to show
I 5 21-3t I We will appreciate and be more than pleased
I 100 feet beam and has I by a party of high Masons.
New York, May 21.-The Vaterland, a tonnage of you our line if you will call on us.
! of the 58,000. She carries one commodoreand They are spending the day enjoy- Orange county has established an-
Hamburg-American Line the I
ing sightseeing and other entertainment other high water mark in material
biggest steamer in service, arrived in four captains and a total crew of
advancement, its commissioners having
y.. maiden New York voyage harbor from early Hamburg.today on Her her 1,234.The new giant of the Mr. Marshall will participate tonight disposed of the entire $600,000- HI u m New York Strn
seas receiveda in closing exercises of supreme bond issue at par and accrued inter- I Bargain e
run yesterday was 594 miles and her noisy welcome as she passed up the council of Scottish Rite Ma- ..:;*. The bonds draw five per cent. ,
average speed an hour was 23.9 knots. harbor to her pier in Hoboken, N. J. sons. I i..tr\St.-MiarrJ Herald. IMillilIMM ..ftiillttMMIiMHMMM