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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 23, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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l THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe
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news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914. NUMBER 88.

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SENATOR R BRYAN WRITES lfllfR!' BECKER[ [ FOUND GUILTY{ iARN1NVITED A 10 WEARY[ Y BUT 1 HAPPY ORLANDO PARTY



SEND[ DELEGATES[ [ [ TO
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SAYS SILLY-COMMENTS ON O'NfA ELECTED[ [ GRAND KING Of I II FOR HAVING INSTIGATEDTHE AMERICAN DELEGATES GET [EXECUTIVE[ [ COMMITTEE[[ ijf THE[ 1 INVITED MIAMI- FOLKS TO

LA'Y HAVE CONFUSED THE[ ROYAl ARCH MASONS ] MURDER OF HERMAN INSTRUCTIONS FROM G GROWERS' LEAGUE\ [MEETS TODAY Y MAKE RETURN VISIT

i IN NEAR
PUBLIC MIND FUTURE
I ROSENTHALTHE WILSON AND I

Louis C. Massey Also Honored With GAMBLER BRYANAll Manager Lloyd S. Tenny Will Hare i i -

is NOT DIFFICULT Of COMPREHENSION[ Important Office in the i iI I. Some Important Matters to !SEVERAL[ [ wan ON I TRIP TO KEY WEST[

I Grand Chapter SENTENCE[ [ Will Bf PASSED MAY 29 FACTIONS TO BE[ REPRESENTED[ [ I Lay Before the Body

POINTS OUT DUTY OF INSPECTORS RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED WHERE-
Jacksonville, Fla., May 22.-The annual !. The first meeting of the executive
IX ORLANDO TOURISTS
AND SAYS THEY WILL EX-
convocation of the Grand Chapter JUSTICE SEABURY IN CHARGING THAT WAS THE UNDERSTAND committee of the Florida Growers'and

E; HAVE NOTHING TO DO BUT I Royal Arch Masons of Florida, JURY SAID THAT JURORS ING WITH WHICH PRESIDENT Shippers' League will be held in IRESSEDPPHECIATIOX OF.MIAMI'S

+ RECORD RESULT OF THE PRIMARY was brought to a delightful and successful Orlando today. HOSPITALITY AND
SHOULD NOT DISREGARD WILSON AGREED TO ENTER
close last night at the final CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE INTO NEGOTIATIONS FOR Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, the general HOPED TO RECIPROCATE
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session in the Masonic temple with manager, will have several important
AS SUCH PEACE IN MEXICO
Today at 10:30 o'clock the inspectors exceptionally fine exemplificationwork I matters to lay before the committee, Weary but happy the Orlando
? in the conferring of degrees I and there will be other work to be
and clerks appointed by the coun- boosters are on their way home from
'Vi and the presentation of a past grand New York, May 22.-Special.-( ) Washington, May 22.-(Special.)- attended to which will have a far
ty commissioners to conduct the primary high priest's'jewel to Harry N. Sweet- Charles Becker was found guilty of A lengthy telegraphic conference be- reaching effect upon the welfare ofthe Miami-with the exception of a few

election of June 2 will meet at ing, of Tallahassee, one of the, most murder in the first degree late this tween President Wilson and Secretary organization.Since who took advantage of their nearnessto

the court house to discuss those pas- enthusiastic and prominent membersof and the American the extension to make rail
afternoon for having instigated the Bryan representatives the league has been in existence a tripto
sages of the primary law relating to the order in the state, and one who murder of Herman Rosenthal. The at Niagara Falls was held to- Mr. Tenny has represented the Key West. The Miami Herald of

;; the duties of inspectors. has been a great factor in the pres- jury was out four hours and forty 1 day. There was also a long confer- active forces at work for the better- Friday gives the following account of

;-i\ The inspectors were called together ent' large gathering of high degree minutes., Becker will be sentenced' ence between Washington and the ment of conditions, and has accomplished the previous day's entertainment of

by Chairman Seth Woodruff of the Masons. i May 29.Justice. representatives of the constitutionalists. a great deal, giving but an the Orlando party in that city:

:4 county executive committee, and the Announcement was made that the Seabury at 10 o'clock beganhis On information obtained the idea of what the organization will be Pursuant to the plans prepared for

t# chairman will preside, making a gen- charters applied for by Fort Lauder- charge to the jury. situation tonight is as follows: able; to do for the industry when it is the entertainment of the Orlando
eral explanation, which will be followed dale, Eustis and Leesburg, had all "This defendant," said Justice Sea- First, it was impressed the roads boosters the
upon -full---"v nrfrnniTprl--n---- _and.._ .in.. _full_e. vnrlcintr n_...... good by Miami
< by a more explicit comment on been granted, this announcement occasioning bury, "is charged with murder in the American representatives at Niagara trim. boosters, in the execution of which

these features of the law by Super- genuine enthusiasm, espe- first degree. The people do not claim today that the president accepted, or Several members of the committee the people of Dade county, as a whole,
visor Frank H. Williams, who has cially from the several members from that he fired the shot that killed Ros- suggested mediation on the condition have heartily co-operated, fourteen
arrived last night, them being
". spent much time in studying the various these sections of the state. enthal, but they charge him with pro- that it should be entered into by all Dr. J. H. Ross, of among Winter Haven, cars left the San Carlos at 9:25

1 provisions of the law. Mr. Wil- Chief interest was centered in the curing the commission of the crime. factions in Mexico. The A. B. C. president of the Florida Citrus Exchange o'clock yesterday morning for Detroit,
liams will devote his talk especially annual election of officers for the en- "If this defandant as a lieutenantof mediators will therefore formally renew where the boosters of that thriving
Mr. L. B. Skinner of Dunedin
to the method of tallying the first and suing year, which resulted as fol- police had a murder done, justice the invitation to Carranza to ; little town were making ready to receive -
; Mr. A. S. Wyman, of Braden-
second choice votes, and will use a lows: demands that he be convicted and send delegates to the peace confer- their visitors, and entertain
town Mr. H. C. Schrader of Jacksonville
", blackboard to illustrate the manner John M. Caldwell, Jasper, grand punished by being sentenced to death. ences. ; them at a fish dinner. Several of the
Mr. J. C. Chase of Jackson
in which this is to be don high priest; Will C. Andress, Jack- But he must be proved guilty beyond Second, an understanding has been ville, and; Mr. J. R. Davis,, of Bartow. Orlando party remained in Miami for

Josiah Ferris, secretary of the com- sonville, deputy grand high priest; reasonable doubt. reached between the state departmentand Others who will probably arrive today the day, visiting relatives and friends
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mittee, has made all arrangementsfor William R. O'Neal], Orlando, grand "The state has introduced both direct Carranza that the latter will accept horn they had not seen for some
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala
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the entertainment of the inspectors king; D. B. Palmer, Monticello, grand and circumstantial evidence. The the invitation without agree- time.
Mr. H. E. Heitman of Fort
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but has been ill for the scribe; Marcus Endel, Jacksonville, law does not act circumstantial ment.
past sev- upon Orlando boosters seated in
ers, and Mr. T. V. Moore, of Miami. were
:: eral days and may not be able to at- grand treasurer; W. P. Webster,Jack evidence alone. It does act, however, The meeting will take place at 10 Miami[ cars, and Miami boosters in
1 sonville, grand secretary; I. E. Web- when some direct evidence is intro- REBELS TAKE SALTILLO
tend.At o'clock at Mr. Tenny's office over the Orlando cars so that an interchangeof
.' 1 o'clock the company will adjourn ster Gainesville, grand chaplain. duced. Jurors should not disregard People's National bank. Among the ideas and information could be had,

for dinner, which will be served Following the election, Grand High circumstantial evidence simply be- Saltillo, via Zertuche, Coahuila, matters to have attention will be the mutually benefiting those on the trip.B. .

:'' at the Orland cafe. The county com- Priest Caldwell appointed the follow- cause it is such." Mex., May 22Special.Constitu) election of a president and two vice- B. Tatum's car broke the trail for

missioners will I ing: tionatists occunied. the- main____ _n nlaza_____ of__
attend the the
meeting, presidents. touring party, setting as snappy
Charles H. Ketchum, Key West, i I
and it is probable that there will be Saltillo today at noon. Before the the conditions of the
,a a pace as road
captain of the host; L F. Blalock, ![ MEETING i federals evacuated the destroyed I
;< considerable number of interested cit ruSTIS CITRUS GREAT T city, they would warrant.
izens Ocala, principal sojourner; W. V. Car- II I the Casino, the cathedral and AMERICANS USE MILLIONS OF

4 present. ter, Port Orange, grand royal arch SUCCESS[ IN HUH WAYS i many of the main business blocks and GALLONS OF OLIVE OIL Visited Bryan's Home
Believing that a specific explanation The first made at Secretary
P captain; S. May Walker, Tallahassee, I public buildings. Several buildingswere stop was -
from the.author of the law for master of the third veil; 0. L. Taylas, fired and others were dynamited. Washington, May 22.-Imports of Bryan's home on the road to

this occasion would be in order, Sen Sanford, master of the second veil; Upwards of Two Thousand People edible olive oil into the United States Cocoanut Grove, where the membersof

ator Nathan P. Bryan was asked t Chester DeRoches, Bradentown, mas- Gathered at the Pretty Town QUIET AT TAMPICO during the first six months under the the party explored the grounds of
write a letter, which will be read be ter of the first veil; John W. Capper, new tariff aggregated three million the estate and took pictures of the

fore the meeting. The letter, whic Jacksonville, grand guard. for BarbecueThe Washington, May 22.-Special.-( ) gallons valued at four million dollars, beautiful house from all angles.

was received yesterday, follows: Later Grand High Priest Caldwell Admiral Badger reports receiving a or equal to the value of any year'simports From Secretary Bryan's home the

United States Senate, appointed the following committees: meeting of citrus growers and dispatch from Admiral Mayo stating down to and including 1908. cars ran through to Detroit without

Washington, May 20, 1914. Foreign correspondence P. their friends held at Eustis yesterday that conditions in the oil well districtof During the decade 190 -1913, the aggregate a stop, with the exception of one necessitated -

#s MrJ; H. Reese, Orlando, Fla.: Webster, chairman Olin S. 'Wright, attracted upwards of two thousand Tampico are rapidly becoming nor imports of this article, as by the breaking down of

Dear Mr. Reese:-I am in receipt Louis C. Massey.PrintingWe people to that pretty little village, mal under constitutionalist control I shown by official figures of the bu- W. H. Brokaw's car and the transferof

of your telegram of yesterday, i iE iL n P. Webster, chairman according to the accounts of those Mayo says Americans are returningto reau of foreign and domestic com- his passengers to R. M. Price's car

which you state that the election inspectors I ; Silas R. Wright, Marcus Endel. who attended from Orlando. It was the fields and the rebels have senta merce, department of commerce, which carried the additional number

of Orange county will meet Committee on work-Olin S. .pronounced by far the best meeting special guard into the district. amounted to thirty-nine million gal- through to Detroit in good time.

at Orlando next Saturday to study Wright, chairman; John L Hull, A.M. of the kind ever held in this state. Howard reports the rebels advancingon lons, valued at forty-two million dol- The roads encountered were, for

the primary election law, and in which Cushman, C. E. Conner, W. W. There were many prominent men I Guadalajara and that skirmishing lars, an annual average only slightlyin the most part, good. Stretches near

V you request me to write a letter to Birchfield, J. R. Wetherell, F. B. present, several of whom gave helpful continues at Mazatlan.ROOSEVELTKEEPIXG. excess of the record made by the Perrine and between Perrine and

assist in making clear the, method of Stoneman. and interesting talks, and the general I last six months. These figures are Homestead were in bad shape due to

second choice voting as applied to exercises were good. TWO STENOGRAPHERS exclusive of olive oil fit only for man- the heavy hauling which has been car-

'. candidates for representative in the NEAL WILL BUILD HOMEMr. There were many who went from BUSY ufacturing or mechanical purposes, ried on over them for the past sev-

legislature. You say there are four Orange county. Among those from denatured by the addition of nitro- eral months, and the difference in the

candidates and, of course, Orange J. A. Neal, of the Conway district Orlando were Messrs. A. J. Nye and Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 22.-It took benzine or oil of rosemary. Of this I degree of pleasure derived from travel -

county is entitled to two representa- will build a home in Orlando, his packing house assistants, Walter two stenographers to keep pace with oil, obtained chiefly from Italy and I over good roads and bad was sharply -

tives. having purchased a lot in L B. Long's Drennen, A. B. Johnson and family, Col. Roosevelt this morning as he Greece, the imports range from one in evidence many times.

{ 'I have wired you in reply as fol- subdivision on Holden street, throughthe Charles P. Dow, W. C. Temple, Lloyd made his way through a mass of letters million to nearly two million gallons The object of this run, in additionto
C. D. Chadwick real estate S. Tenny. and .
lows: agency. telegrams and dictated re- annually.The ; enjoying the hospitality of the good

"Am writing as requested in your Building operations will begin without plies. Several thousand of these communications high food value of olive oil is people of Detroit, was to show the

is telegram. You should have at meet- delay, and the permit will be ob SENATOR BRADLEY OF KENTUCKY have come to Oyster Bay a subject to which attention has frequently Orange county visitors the southern

ing compilation of election laws, also tained today. CRITICALLY ILL since the Colonel's return from Sout been directed in consular reports part of Dade county, as they were

r directions to county commissioners. America. and in bulletins of the depart- shown the northern portion on the
BASEBALL RESULTS Col. Roosevelt declined to see callers ment of agriculture and the cultiva
Both published by secretary of state. Washington, May 22.-Senator Wil day before for purposes of comparison
during the morning and denied tion of the olive in California has already
Beginning on page 81 of the Compilation liam 0. Bradley, of Kentucky, is in a and general information, so that
I of Laws by the secretary of National League critical condition at his apartmentshere himself his customary morning horse assumed important proportions they might go away with a fair idea
Pittsburg 8, Philadelphia 2. back ride. Later in the day several The domestic production of olive off 1
find forms
will of
state, you tally according to physicians in at- of Dade county as a whole.
Chicago 0, Boston 2. visitors were expected for another a has not, however, been sufficient to
sheets which will be used, and ex- tendance. The senator, who is 67 Greeted at Detroit
of the methods of certify- Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 0. the series of political conferences meet the demand in this country, and
planations old has been
in
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St. Louis 1 New York years poor health for A large crowd greeted the at
5. which he is crowding into the time a large proportion of the consumptionis party
the returns shown on these tally
ing several
months, and his illness was
sheets. In the directions to the coun- American League before his departure for Spain to at I supplied by the imported article Detroit and while the fish dinner was
this
New York 2, Cleveland 5. aggravated early month by severe tend Kermit's wedding.CANDIDATES I Italy is the chief source of supply, getting 'its final touches, a number
also find
ty commissioners, you may injuries sustained '
in fall
at the
a
Boston 1, Chicago 0. imports from that of cars ran up the canal about a mile
country rangingfrom
information of value to the inspectors f
some capitol building. I
Philadelphia 9, Detroit 6. FILE STATEMENTS two and a half million gallonsin and a half to the first lateral, in order
this last I
pamphlet
although Mrs. John G. South
Senator
Brad-
deals with the duties of the commissioners Washington 4, St. Louis 5. ley's daughter, has been summonedto Several candidates have filed their J j 1909 to three and a half million in that the visitors might have an idea
of ballots. Federal League second statements of expense. Frank 1913. Of French olive oil the imports of the canal system as demonstratedat A
in preparation
Washington from her
Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 3. Called; home. in H. Williams, candidate for supervisor I have ruled slightly under one million Detroit.
Considerable confusion has been Franklin, Ky., and with her husbandis i
j I rain. of registration shows an expense of }I I gallons annually, last year's total I Dinner was served immediately
caused in the minds of both voters expected at her father's bedside
of the j i Brooklyn 2, Kansas City 6. late $18.75; C. P. Dickinson for repre- '!'having been 933,000 gallons, comI after the party reassembled and a
and election officers by reason today.SILLIMAN
Baltimore 8, Chicago 5. sentative, $42.50; J. H. Reese for representative 'I I pared with 350,000 gallons from bountiful feast it proved to be. Of
fact that immature and.illy com-
1 i I Buffalo-Indianapolis; rain. $98; Frank Gordon for Spain, 227,000 from Greece and 125,- course, fish was the piece de resist-
i a ments upon the methods of conducting i i Southern League SAFE IN MEXICO CITY sheriff, $187.50; M. 0. Overstreet for '] 000 gallons from about 16 other countries ance, as it should be at a fish dinner,

elections, under this law, have !1:' Memphis 6, Montgomery 0. county commissioner, $9.50; J. L Oil- |,i including Turkey, England, but there were all kinds of fancy

t found their way into the newspapers.of de- Mobile 7, Chattanooga 4. Vera Cruz, May 22.-(Special.)- lard for commissioner, no expense i,i Scotland, Canada, Cuba, Austria-Hun- trimmings in the. way of pickled pep-

Any election law is made up New Orleans 4, Atlanta 3. Silliman, safe and sound, in Mexico since first statement The figures !gary, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal pers, sandwiches, salads, tomatoes,

tails and is, necessarily, complicated. 1 Birmingham 4, Nashville '3. City. This official announcement was shown 1. the other" candidates include I I and Tripoli. pumpkin pie and coffee. A large table

In providing for elections, it is always South Atlantic League made here today by Gen. Funston. all Expenses to date. J i in the center of the dining room
i necessary to prescribe the qualifications Charleston 6, Albany 1. Silliman will leave the capital for !',
f Agwe Ange, said to be the oldest was filled up with specimens of vege-
I for registration of voters, the Macon 8, Augusta 2. Vera Cruz in the morning and arrive The summer numbers of June mag- (I man in Manatee, Fla., died a few tables raised on the Detroit farms.

payment of poll taxes, the prepara- : Savannah 2, Jacksonville 1. I here Sunday morning. Huerta guar- azines are coming in daily. They are j nights ago. Had he lived until Sep- Pumpkins, eggplant, dasheen, Irish
of the ballot of
tion the keeping poll Columbia 5, Columbus 5. Thirteen I anteed protection to him as far asj I I entertaining and instructive. Curtis: tember 17th Ange would have been potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets,
(Continued on 8) innings darkness. the American line.
page ; & O'Neal I 1100 years old. i (Continued on page 4)I

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GOES ON UNABATED,IN FACT IS GROWING BIGGER EVERYDAY; $3,000.00 WORTH OF NEW UP-TO.DATE ST UFF YET TO GO. EVERY DAY SHOWS SOME NEW BAR-
GAIN BROUGHT IN FROM OUR STOCK ROOMS.
. THE PEOPLE OF ORLANDO AND SOUTH FLORIDA, NEVER HAD SUCH A CHANCE. TO BUY GOODS AS CHEAP AS 1'0ASK EVERY ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
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WHAT THEY THINK OF IT,AND THEY WILL TELL YOU,THATS WHY THEY KEEP COMING BACK. '/
_ OUR SPECIAL HOUR SALES AND SATURDAY NIGH SALES,ARE WONDERS AND ARE SLEDGE HAMMER BLOWS TO COMPETITION. THE YOWELL-DUCK
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READ THE SPECIALS BELOW.



: SPECIALS P( SATURDAY, All DAY SPECIAL r( SATURDAY A I R A Y NIGHT"1 II IIOne


Beautiful Pattern Hats, very latest styles, have not Big Lot 'of Ladies Beautiful Waists Theseare
: been in house two months. This is the second
all new styles, and well worth, $1.50
Came late for the rush .
buy. too sea- 5Oc
$3 48 limit 2 to customer
son, worth up to $15, your choice
Ladies' Gauze Lisle Hose in black
Special in Our New Art Department, 2nd Floor white15C
and tans, 25c quality, 4 to
One big lot of Stamped Towels, Pillow Tops, '
Center Pieces and Scarfs, worth up to 39c. I I G

:' LOOK MEN!- All our Rough Straw
F Hats, values up to$5.00,.your choice $1 9"8 EXTRA SPECIAL fOR SATURDAY NIGHT

i: Ratine in Black, White and Colors, 35c. 1ge See our Window Display of these Goods.
qualityr "
Banzai Silk, Wash Silks, Messelines and Fancy 2Sc"
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
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,
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value after
customer, forSATURDAY IOe not stamped, size 36-72, 50c., 2Sc
supper sale two to customer,



AFTERNOON( SPECIAL r( 1 Lot as above, size 25-50, worth 35c. sale 19c
while
price, they last
From 3 to 4 O'clockOne
Two to customer
-Big Lot of White Goods,Lawns,Dimity,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 tOe to $2.50, on exhibition north window, QQ \ '
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No. 2 FallstonTomatoesThe best solid hand packedSaturday 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.

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LETTER FRO CLAUDE L'ENGLETo APOPKA ITEMSMr. COMMITTEE TO MEET

There will be a meeting of the 3lU
the Progressive Democrats of the Johnson, our expert machinist, Orange County Democratic: Executive yor.)71l Jfwt
lately employed by the Winter Garden
Fourth Congressional District: Committee at the court house in ,
While I am in Washington attend Machine Co., has accepted a position
i Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, .
ing to the business which the peopleof with the Apopka Machine and
Auto Co. 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the When ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta- :
Florida hired me to attend to, purpose of meeting the inspectors and
through their votes in the democratic B W. T. Wilson moved into the Hop clerks appointed to conduct the primary tionery Late Books and Music Victor and

primary of 1912, Sears, Roebuck & kins house Wednesday, having sold election on June 2nd, and transacting
Company are encirculaling the district his residence to Gen. George Tibbitts, any other business which may Edison Talking Machines and Records All '

and I have no doubt that they to whom he gave possession that come before it. !'
kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
are telling many nice things about same day. SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.

what I have not jdone, and perhaps Uneeda BiscuitA Mrs. Alfred Eldredge is rejoicingover JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and

they are telling some things that are the possession of a handsomenew Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914.
not so nice. I must depend upon the crisp, clean,_nutri- upright piano. The purchasewas the latest idea in postal cards. ;

newspaper accounts and letters from tious food. For made of H. Montgomery Smith Who is your painter and decorator?

my friends to keep me informed about everybodyevery. Piano Company, Orlando. If you are satisfied keep the one you
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what they are saying.I where. Fresh in the II Invitations are also being receivedfor have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, W. S. BRANCH i
No. 636. 1-20-tf( ,
Miss Lillian Eldredge's gradua.I
have an abiding faith in the intelligence moisture-proof pack.
of the people and do not cents. I tion. She will receive her degree,
age, 5 Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, The Arcade Book and Music Store \
believe they will believe anything told Ph. B., at John B. Stetson University, at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. .

them without proof to back it up, because Tuesday evening, May 26th. 519tf.litMHMMMMIMMMM. .

past campaigns in Florida have Miss Margaret Zepp and Miss Bessie - .
shown them that it is not well to believe Rutledge visited Mrs. W. A. Slau- .
everything that aspirantfor ter, of Orlando Tuesday and Wednesday ;
every
office and this of this week. They returnedto : ,
campaignfor
says, For Sale
Congress in the Fourth Districtis Apopka Wednesday night. j jI ,I '
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no different from other campaigns.It Wherever one goes we see lots being ,

is the reactionaries vs. the pro (ll cleared and lots already cleared, have the following I I :

gressives-the interests vs. the.people with building material deported thereon properties which I offer !: h'

-the plutes vs. Claude L'Engle. ZuZuThe which goes to prove that Apopka at ATTRACTIVE PRICES ) .
is making a substantial growth.
When this campaign first started I north
prior to going :
said that I would be returned to Congress funny little name Among the visitors from this placeto
of the famous little Orlando last Wednesday were, One California,Bungalow :
in the end without opposition, Just arrived load
Nixon Mrs. W. T. Berry, one house car
and I have seen no evidence to prove ginger snap that puts Prof. J. C. ; two-story

j that I was wrong. I will beat all fresh "snap" anduginger" and son, William, Miss Jessie Welch, (corner lot.) Intending I FORDS for immediate -

the individual members of the firm into jaded Mrs. Oscar Wiggs and H. H. Wither- buyers will do well to get tin

of Sears, Roebuck & Company combined appetites. 5 cents.. ington. touch with me on delivery. .

worse than \ beat the plute candidate above properties, which :

two years ago. I expect to are both new sand well Get yours now.
have.a majority of first choice votes .
located. .
over all four of my opponents com F. G. RUSH,

bined. I FRED B. DALE : Phone 226
I certain of
Notwithstanding am as : t
this as any man can be of anything :
: 306 ANDERSON STREET
political, I would be recreant in my I
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duty to the people if I did not warn N S : PHONE 376 I

them that it is their cause that Is at .lllmlllllllllllllllll...

stake and every advantage or every

additional vote that Sears, Roebuck
IMIMIMIMMIIIH
\ & Company get through overconfidence GRAHAM CRACKERSThe

i r or lack of interest on the partof SUMMER TIME IS

the people is just that much encouragement natural sweet

f given to the plutes-just ness and nutrimentof FLY TIME ;

r that much ammunition placed in their the wheat are retained ,.. I .
Are those windows screen
arsenals that will be used againstthe giving them
ed yet? Patented detachable -
people in their fights that are a delightful flavor "You take the I hangers used on all

yet to come. The plutes never sleep zo cents. Hot.Bath, I'll take the ; screens. No ladder need-

and they seldom overlook anything. Cold One" > ed to take off or put on
They are always active and if the Buy biscuit baked by ; when washing windows.
people would retain the hand
upper "
Very polite but sometimes Inconvenient -
which they have fought so hard to NATIONAL R.J.WALDRON
yet when there is %
gain in Florida they must be ever on BISCUIT only water enough in the tank It Contractor and Builder .

the alert. for hot bath what can the I
COMPANY one : 410 West StreetHMIMIMMMMIIIIIIMi. llammond&QoreFUNERAL
Just because I am a thousand miles rest of the family do? The

away and do not hear all the things Always look for that name answer is simple, install a ...

Sears, Roebuck and Company may DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

,, say. .about- me they .may- grow- overbold JD... oRUUDAutomatic IMIIIimiiiillliMIMHForJSale..... - --------- =-- ,
1 and say some things that they I
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
have no right to say and would not The good book says that even the Gas Water I

say if I were there to confound them prayers of the wicked shall prevailand Heater COMPARE

with their own charges. If they do while my health has not improved I 1
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this I am going to depend upon the i anything like as fast as I would Nobody'waita-nobody worries *
OUR FURNITURE
I people themselves to answer for me. like for it to do, I do not complain -the unlimited-The service Is Modern 8-room

( I have only been in Congres a short because I realize that Sears, Ruud never
I lagsneverdis.eppolntsYou House 2 doors I '--IfiAVe provide the quality of furniture that has long
G while and have not had i
an opportunity Roebuck & Company, all the plutes
I I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
e to make much of a record, but and all the simply turn the
in
Florida
peons are faucet-the | west of Wyom- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
such it is I not ashamed of it.
as am against me with their beater does the
prayers. wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
If Sears. Roebuck & Company make RespectfullyCLAUDE rest. ing Hotel. Bar- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones'of
Complete de-
any charges that my record is not L'ENGLE. acriptiventera- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
good, you may tell them this: ture on request jgain.
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Since Claude L'Engle has been in
Take a look through the want ad. ORLANDO WATER & sSmSm smss sSiS sSm McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
Congress, no man, woman or child
columns. You ,
1 has asked anything of him that he may see something to LIGHT CO.
could consistently do that he has not interest you. Gas Department A. L. Bentley, A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

I done; no board of trade, city, county, Job printing at the Sentinel 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE I J
or state official or individual has II mI .

asked him to do anything that he has .lMIIIIIHHamHHHH

: not done; no one has asked him to I -
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government has not departments received prompt whose at request Louisville $ Nashville R. R. ..

tention. Sears, Roebuck & Company HMMIMMMIM. : Bank & Trust Co :
cannot challenge these assertions because .

if they did there is someonein 1N Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 :

., every community who would rise ..
right up then and there and tell IlitlMMIMMtt I

them how badly mistaken they are. : RESOURCESReal

:If they charge that he has not accomplished Low Round Trip Summer : Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37 I

anything along legislation : Loans and Discounts . . . . .. 378,166.14 :

tell them that Congress has been Tourist Rates Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23 :

in regular session less than six : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
months and that important bills do JACKSONVILLE TO : Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02 :.
not pass Congress in a day. It often

takes years to get meritoriousbills St Louis ........W.75 Chicago .. ...... $43.51 Cincinnati: ...$33.10
DenverCoUrafe.. .. ...., 68.60 St. Paul ... .. .SUJ Louiinlle. .... 31.50 $904,906.09
through Congress. Tell them SpriB,.. S8.il Duluth ... .. ... (1.S rinoitilU ... ....21.40EvwuTiUe .
Claude is Salt Lake City .. 71.M Winnipeg .. .... 7 .7S ... .. 32.25 LIABILITIES
L'Engle working and hast YellowitoM ..... 71." Toronto. .. ... 4 8.JO Indianapohi. .. 3CJO .
introduced bills to relieve the people Portland .. .... III." Montreal. .. .55.45 French Lick .. .. 35.20 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
y of Florida from the excessive transportation Seattle .. .. ... 1K.H Petotker .. .. .. 51.58 Toledo .. .. .... 41JO Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
l Lei Angeles .. .. 89.51 UatkwM. ..... 53.01 Detroit.. ...... 43.50
ro- charges from which they San Francite: ... 81.51 Baffal..47.40 MantttMth Cave ...3030Chaatanqna Bills payable . . . . . . . None
Glacier Park .... 82.75 Niagara Falli .. 4T.4J .. ... 47.40

suffer; that he is working for deep Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due
water all along the east coast; that Low rates to other points in Colorado, California and Canada

he has introduced a number of bills Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Pro to Banks and Bankers . :. . . 2,832.59 -

which he hopes to see enacted into portionate low rates from other points in the State. ,

law that will tend to relieve the bur- Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 30. Return limit Oct. S90 ,906.09

dens of the peopl and make this a bet 31, 1914.

ter, a freer, and a happier countryin VARIABLE Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91 t:
ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT LAKE, COLORADO
which to live; tell them that he Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72 :
has not answered as many roll callsas SPRINGS, ETC

some members, but that he has Going through St. Louis, Returning through Chicago, or Vice Increase in 37 days . . :. . . 121S08.81 :
answered roll call where his Versa. Liberal stop-overs on all Tickets. I.
every 4 Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38 :
vote was needed in behalf of any THE ATTRACTIVE WAY Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72 :
is meritorious measure or in opposi 4
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWESTThree
tion to any unwise law. Tell them t Increase in 100 days . . . .. 249,626.34 :
;; that answering roll-calls is the least solid through trains daily-Choice of three different routes it "

: important work of a Congressmanand Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L. & IIt Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. :
that he has always kept in touch N. Dining Cars. No better dining car service. Fast time. Rock t The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
,t with men of like principles and faith Ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated bookletson Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

{ in the House and that he has responded other all information summer tourist, addressH. resorts, rates, sleeping car reservations and friends and customers for making such a statement pos

every time he was called upon I sible. '"
where it was thought his vote was C. BRETNEV FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
: ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK :
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I South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch (Continued from page 1) arms."The kindness shown us by the I,I itllllllllllllllllll"IIIIIIIIIO'O'II"'IIIIIIIIIIIII

MORNING AND WEEKLY Young Mr. Appleyard can appre- good people of Miami will ever be remembered :
squash, cane, Kaffir corn parsnips,
,
JOSUH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. ciate the words of Bassanio in ")Ier- by us, and the day spent :
carrots, radishes and tomatoes were
chant of Venice:" in this beautiful city will be marked :
the poatoffice at Prlando Florida I among the many displayed.The 1 OVR NINTll
Entered at
"Here are a few of the unpleasant'stwords as a red letter day in our lives. I
u Second Class Mail Matter. Run to Miami :
I "Since our visit to Miami we are I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES That ever blotted paper." The run back to Miami was made inclined to the opinion that the historian Ii j :
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 without incident and a tired and hap- made mistake least
...... a or at did :
Daily 6 Months ........... ... 2.50 ,
Daily S Months ...................... 1.25 do py party pulled up at the San Carlosat not tell us all the story, and that, instead '
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 Cheer up, Mr. Candidate, if you :
not get enough votes as "first choice"man 4p.m. of there being one garden of

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 there be a combination that Several members of the Orlando Eden, there were two-Miami beingone I AFTER SUPPER[ SALE l [
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .7i will nominate may you on the "second I party left last night for Key West and Orlando the other-as to :

TO ADVERTISERS: choice" basis. Better be nominatedas for a look at the extension. They will which of these was the scene of the I )

second choice than get left as first be back in Miami Saturday to take ip apple episode we leave to the imaginations I
Copy for display and all .:her haad-set the return trip to Orlando. The ma- of our friends from the
idvertbhif most be Landed In at the business choice.
I It
.Iice of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. eWe I jority of the party, however, begin frozen north, who we invite to visitus Will not be behind any of it predecessors. No, not by

the to tWIn day before for publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it U congratulate Bishop Mann on i their trip this morning. examine the attractiveness of both any means! These sales have made history as far as values -
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. I places, their and take
the great improvement in the looksof f Distributing Literature pay" money are concerned. Values that are thoroughly appre
their choice.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Bishopstead since he has elimi- I During their tour they have distrib- I Another resolution I ciated by our hosts of enthusiastic customers.We .
"t should notify the office in writing on nated the great jungle of bamboo and uted thousands of circulars, of which inviting the citizens -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be of Miami to to Orlando
come
continued at the regular subscription rates, other surplus growth of tropical the following is a copy: "Orlando. HAVE given remarkable values. We ARE giving
until notice to atop is received. and visit that city was adopted.
As the
i- shrubs from the yard. boys There are about 100 of us in about remarkable values, and we WILL give remarkable
"Enough is enough, and too muchis
SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914. say, twenty-five automobiles. We are out values, consistent with stylish and newest and most
plenty." for a good time and to talk GOOD "That an effort will be made on the I

t ROADS. Florida has the climate, part of the city to purchase from the up-to-date marchandise.We .

f THE WEATHER That baby lawn mower in the show I soil, and water, and is the finest coun- county commissioners the site where fully know the needs of our trade-what they want is the
window of the Helms Hardware com- the county jail now stands for the
1 fair try in the world, but we need more choice of the choicest-and they find it here.
Florida: Generally Saturday pany looks to be about the size one GOOD ROADS. We believe that erection of a handsome civic buildingis

1 and Sunday. might use comfortably during the GOOD ROADS are the cheapest ad- likely in view of the report madeto We can buy today last year's goods for 15 cents on the dol-

warm summer evenings. It should be vertisement that Florida can have. the Board of Trade by a special lar-but not for ours-we should not be doing justice to our,customers -

Orlando is the only town to have a purchased by Tiff Hammond or Wil- GOOD ROADS. Our booster trip cov- committee appointed to look into the and risk losing our envied and unrivalled reputation, if

law school for one day ber Tilden or Maynard Evans or some 1 ers 700 miles; our route and stopsare matter," says the Orlando Sentinel we did so.Our s

"I o ,of the other bantam weights of the I Sanford, DeLand, Daytona, New "The committee also recommendedthe regular values will bear more than favorable com-

James McCombs, Jr., editor of the ,city. Smyrna, Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne, erection of a building to cost parison with any mammoth, metropolitan store-there's no inflation -
: Florida Growers' News, has a ser- I' Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach, Fort about $60,000, if the site could be secured of prices.After.

monette in each issue. Since when Roosevelt has only been home three Lauderdale, Miami. We want you to at a reasonable price." The

did McCombs enter the ministry? days and the Times-Union paragrapheditor join us in this movement Make a Orlando Board of Trade is a most act-

o already has from six to ten trip to Orlando. We will show you ive and progressive body and is always -

The New York World tells of a fist paragraphs about him in every edi- around. ORLANDO BOARD OF busy with matters that will improve Supper Sale i

conference between the mediators. It .tion. The Colonel's press clipping TRADE BOOSTERS." Orlando.TimesUnion.TOO .

was not a pugilistic affair, however. agency must have one very large The Orlando Board of Trade has recently -

The linotype man merely knocked the scrap book devoted entirely to the had a map prepared for dis- LATE TO CLASSIFY 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK

"r" out of first. free advertising given him by the Tal- tribution showing the new roads that
Undismayed (T.-U.) para- GROCERY DEPARTWASH GOODS DE-
o ented will be constructed and for which a WANTED-Experienced waiter, or

1 Summer weather has encompassed grapher. $600,000 bond issue has been voted. waitress. Apply in person at the MENT PARTMENT
S Rest and Tea Room.
Orlando, but there is no sign of summer An Enthusiastic Cro".dWhen 403 YARDS 36 inch Bookfold
s f dullness; the shops are crowded Women who defy the law and the it comes to good roads, and "GOLDEN DALE BUTTER" Madras, 27-in; Colored Rajah

i and business continues brisk, which law officers, even worse than they are probably they are just as enthusiastic WANTED-Grove doctoring trees a work specialty, pruning, by and ex- every pound guaranteed ___30c 32-in Varden; Fancy Crepes 27-in all ; first Polly %
Crepes-
lawless men, must expect
defied by about other improvements looking to
isa mighty pleasing sign. perienced horticulturist and orange
: Hence N'EW POTATOES choice and new goods. _R o the same kind of treatment. the betterment of their community, grower. Would take care of property Saturday lar values 15c and 18c. Satur-

. If the Tampa Times gets hard run there will be no particular sympathyfor these Orlando tourists are certainlythe through summer or permanent. Address peck ___________________30c day night, yard _________.+9cNOTION
r militant suffragettes who I. C. G. Hennig, 215 West street,
those people that put the "stir" in P
for a photo of Rabasa, Huerta's en- south. 5-22-6t
got their heads cracked in the meleeat "booster." They are all alive to the
voy it can substitute a picture of AT TWENTY-THREE CENTS ;
Frank Bentiey and Rabasa himself Buckingham palace the other day. advantages and possibilities of the FOR SALE-A lot of second hand
.. ; couldn't be offended. It was unfortunate for the bystanders state and to their especial part of it, doors, windows and blinds. Bargain 1200 YARDS 36-inch colored Messaline printed Shantungs, FAncy -

0- both men and women, who had and are up and doing every minuteto prices. Apply 411 South Main street. Jacquard silk, Figured silk ratines. Lyons dyed Japs, ?ilk
ruined by water 5-23-3t figured crepons, etc. \ '
clothes
The Gainesville Sun has added the their fine the tell everybody about it. Regular Values (A few at 50c.) 65c., VXf1 !

Associated Press service to its other I when the hose was turned on Orlando Boosters Are Appreciative Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- ?5c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25. Saturday night at ____u________toUVx ]

( splendid news features and is better I crowd. Following their trip to Detroit the ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. .
Orlando boosters held meeting in 519tf.MIMIIIIMIMMIIIIIMIM.
now than ever. The people of Gainesville a
are to be congratulated. The friends of better municipal the lobby of the San Carlos hotel and - -- - DEPT. TRIMMING DEPT

; o government in West Palm Beach are adopted resolutions praising the cityof 100 Pairs, regular 35c. guar100 bolts finishing Braid

| Miami made good all its promises not at all discouraged because the Miami and the residents of this anteed shields, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, white and fancy colors, Various

i I to give the Orlando crowd a royal plan for commission government was section for the hospitality shown the T. F. HOURIHAN 18c. pr or 2 pair for ______3.c widths, 4 to 6 yards lengths.
time. Now, it is up to Orlando to defeated at the election recently held. visitors from Orlando, as follows: Regular values lOc and 15c Saturday -
1 Licensed Plumber and SATURDAY NIGHT night bolt ____ __ J
have made a >cAll
return the courtesy, and right anxious The results seem only to "Resolved, That while we have been --
are we to do as much for the the improved government people the the recipients of many courtesies of Sanitary Engineer r

, Miamians.The more ambitious to have a change. An the cities through which we have Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

o old gang of office seekers and office passed, namely DeLand, Daytona, | Promptly Attended to. Day Specials.

"" executive committee of the holders is always a hard thing to New Smyrna, Cocoa, Rockledge, Stu- PHONE 629

Florida Growers' and Shippers' move out of the way of the car wheelsof art, Fort Pierce, Palm Beach and 106 Court Street I

League is with us today. Orlando is progress, but they all have to come Fort Lauderdale, when we reached Our entire stock of Ready-to-Wear Skirts-without

glad to welcome them, and is much to it eventually, and those in Tampa Miami we found not only the latch ORLANDO, FLORIDA single exception-at positively unheard of Reductions.
Palm Beach as well string on the outside, but the door off
West may
pleased to have the headquarters of and *-al-1mIMItllMMMMIMIMIillt
i Many of the Prices Positively cut in Half. The Sale of
the league here, and is proud that understand it. the hinges and the family in the front
I these will continue until Monday, but a word to the wiseis
the organization has given Orlando

such a valuable citizen as Lloyd S. 4llilllllllllMMIieilMMHOtOimCliBM44aHtntlilMitMliMMtHMIItt MM sufficient. i

Tenny. He's a scholar and gentle- )

man and is doing great work for the Suggestions! for Graduation Gifts NEW SHIRT WAISTS GROCERY DEPT
industry in Florida. We hope he will k

remain always with us. t There is nothing more appropriate than a Kodakor a Waterman's Fountain Pen. And they are new about, too, nothingold them- Baby Size Van Campo Cream,
o The prices are in the of everybody being $1.00 to $10.00. They be sent or shopworn
9 range can by all of this season's* productions i doz __________.__________ 4oc
Harry Floyd always announces in 11 Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect.
the preliminaries for some high of- and produced by a firm with a I Tall, Doz _______________ ?5cSNOWDRIFT

fice, like the senatorship, but he runs MCELROY'S PHARMACY Es3ASSED Fully reputation worth for the regular exclu.v prices ness. {;I' LARD
in the primaries for the legislature.
S we have been asking for
them-I 10-lb Pail ___ $1.00
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Harry has a cinch on the legislativejob tltlllMIIIMMMMMtlMMIMiMIIIMilMiMliMiililMMMIIMItlMIMMIM $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
and will probably grow gray in Saturday, your choice ____ 79c ALL iAY SATURDAY

the service of his state and the dear
MtMiillMiltiMMilillllMllimilltitttMfMtHIIIMMtlMHtll -
in that The of
people position. people MEN'S FURNISHINGS '
Florida like Harry so well that they

would bring mandamus proceedings MEN'S SILK HOSEIn 1
against the county of Franklin if itdidn't ,
Black, white, Gray, Blue and Tan. This is the quality that ,,
send Harry up-every two .
has built up our reputation for hose values. All day Saturday, 2

years. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES pairs for ________---- _________ __________________________35c
o
The Florida East Coast Homeseker, PALM BEACH TROUSERS
Commencement Day-an important event in the .
which was started and has been op- The better Kind-Sold regularly at $3.50. All day Saturday
lives of young people should receive some fitting mark
erated as an advertising publicationfor of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the for _____________________________._.__.___...___-__. $2.$O
land of the Flag-
the
department occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
ler system, has been taken over by Jewelry?
Harry Brown, of the St. Augustine i TRIMMED HATS UNTRIMMED SHAPES

Record, and Fred W. Kettle, also of .
, '
St Augustine. The Homeseeker has C DIAMONDS AND WATCHES 50 of this season's dainty crea60 of the latest forms. Never
See them Sat-
been shown yet.
. developed into a first class magazine We direct the attention of relatives and friends to tions-many of them exquisite urday and possess one or more

r and is so well established that it will the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this conceptions. Values up to $15, at .__ ______ ___-________We

4 J, continue to be a valuable factor in store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new All day Saturday _______$2.93 Worth up to $..1.00.DicksonIves .
the development of the East Coast est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond

section. Middle Florida needs just or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values

f such a magazine. and assortment.A .

o visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno I
The campaign is drawing to a close. obligation to buy.TJtvanstheJeweler.
"
t. The congressional candidates speak at

i Key West tonight, and this is the end Co
of the itinerary through the district.
,
The last week will be used by the can- f :

! didates in winding up their individual -

r campaigns and then they will

f rest from their labors and watch the

!. result of the balloting on Tuesday,
t June 2. It hasn't been an interesting DEPARTMENTAL STORE r

f campaign, but the people are thinking -

t about affairs, and the vote to be

registered will undoubtedly represent

f the best thought of the district, and Ave.ORLANDO'S UibAo n
i state. The lack of fuss and flurry is ran e .

f to be approved. The people have lost OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

ti no time from business on account of
f politics, and there have been no rows FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

1 or estrangements, such as we have EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
A
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THE TUNER Last night at the Mulhollan \ \ 0i 2 i

ORLANDO, FLA. home, 413 East South street, Misses

Elbeth Mulholland and Minna Harris ; 0 0 Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I "Get It Atenis t s"

entertained the seniors of the Orlando | Admission 5 cents i iD !L .

high school and a few other e
Sheriff L H. Ingram, of Kissimme, friends. The house was decorate eDoD OD(..,Q DTOD.

was in the city yesterday. i .\Y'S PROGRAM _.__ ..
with Black-eyed Susans, as they carry; BUYS AND SELLS "

the class colors of black and gold.A "The Greater Devotion." A Nestc

Attorney A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford delicious supper of chicken salad REAL ESTATE drama. An allegorical story laid in
the days of the grandees in Southern Commencement Time
was in Orlando yesterday. sandwiches, chipped potatoes, stuffed
California, in which love puts the
tomatoes olives, pickles, saltines,
,
forces of wealth to confusion through
Mr. L R. Farmer, of Kissimmee, peach ice cream, and chocolate cake, the agency of devotion. 11 Is Here

was among the visitors to Orlando all carrying out the color scheme o( I 600 acres south of Winter "The Old Knife Grinder." A Victor

yesterday. black and gold, was served. The Garden and of drama with Ethel Grandin playing
I ; west lead. John is left in the hills for dead Want for that one
a present
cards ornamented wit!
Place were Gotha by James, who steals his child and
including 10 acre
Mrs. A. A. Abrams, of Jacksonville, daisies and each had a verse appropriate ; I fortune. Later the child, now a grow who graduates? You can getit

to the occasion. Miss Margaret orange grove. The entire girl, is made a prisoner by Jam:
visit to her son, without
is in the city on a An old knife grinder saves her and at our store any

Mr. Jack Abrams. Mulholland served. | tract covered with turns out to be her father. trouble and but little ex-
Those present besides the hostesses timber. Two like and Jake in Mexico." The
; ; yellow pine
were Misses Dorothy Slemons, Bessie famous Joker comedians steal across pense.
Mrs. Cornelia Root, who has been Berry, Edith Rambo, Mildred Wil miles of lake shore. the Mexican border to meet with unparalleled -
the guest of Mrs. I. W. Phillips, left: adventures. They cause
yesterday for Atlanta.Mr. liford; also Lorena Walker, Katherine 4-23-im the rebel army to sneeze itself to D Every Graduateshould D

I Padgett, Bertha Dawson, and i death bounce cannon balls off their!

I Messrs. William Walton, George Do 4HMMMHHMHIMMM'DAUGHTERS breasts and rescue a beautiful maid-
Mrs. R. E. Stevens and start to i fii -
and en. A big scream from
live, Gerald Hurlbert, Kirby Douglass have something now,
Miss Ellen Carlson, of Daytona, an
Julian Harris, Joe Ferris, Bert: ish.Mrs.. J. H. Caldwell the winner
guests at the San Juan. SEND WREATHS TO was that they can keep for years,
Walker and Jack Branham. of the china dinner set, the lucky
CAMP CHASE number being 20,037. to remind them of Iriends.

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wyman, of Bra- BROWARD BECKLEY WEDDINC
loved and the
ones happiest
of Mr. and Mrs The ladies belonging to the local
dentown are guests
chapter of the United Daughters i of The state board of pardons will days of their life.
Lloyd S. Tenny, on Ridgewood ave Miss Josephine Broward, a popular hold its next regular session in Igovernor's
held
the Confederacy a pleasant special -
nue. Stetson girl two years ago, was mar meeting yesterday afternoon at office, in Tallahassee, on

ried on Monday to. Mr. Beckley, of: the morning of Wednesday, June
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stagg and Dr; Fort Pierce. The ceremony was read the home of Mrs. J. T. Fuller. 10th. Allen & Co.
motored This meeting was held to prepare ,
and Mrs. J. N. McElroy over before a few intimate friends and a
and attended the wreaths which will be sent to Cam] --
to Eustis yesterday of relatives by Dr. Dodge, of
group
Chase, Ohio-each of the Florid AX ORDINANCE JewelersPrompt
barbecue. Ocala, who officiated at the marriag I
chapters having been asked to suppl;
ie of ex-Governor and Mrs. Broward, I
The many friends of Mrs. James I also of Miss Enid Broward and Mr: : a stated number toward those needed An Ordinance to prescribe the form of Repairing.
to know that she to; decorate all graves of soldiers on bonds for the issue of One Hundred Thou-
Patterson glad
are Hardee. Miss Josephine Browan sand dollars of City bonds heretofore ai -
is greatly improved and is able t( mind and May 30th, the Northern memorial thorized; for street paving purposes and validated Everything Guaranteed.
was a student of unusual for
day. On that date the graves thus by decree of the Circuit Court
be up again. a popular college girl in every circle Orange County entered March 2, 1914.
honored include alike those of the Be it ordained by the City Council of
and in her marriage the Stetson
the City of Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rully, Miss friends join with others in wishing: Blue and of the Gray; as also Section 1. That the following be and I the.

Lucy Rully, L B. Knox and D. B. throughout the South on April 26th same is hereby prescribed as the form of
her a great deal of happiness.-De- bond and of attached coupons for the issue
wreaths made .zdD
The yesterday wen
Knox, of Ormond, were visitors to the Land Record. of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of City DbzJ IEX01HMIilimtlMIIMMMItlMlimilMitllHMM'
very pretty, of large size and were of of Orlando bonds for street paving purpose, .
city yesterday. which was validated by a decree of the Circuit -
ago palms and gray moss, finished Court for Orange County entered the
FOSTERBRIGGSThe and of March, A. D.. 1914. + < "
and with an effective bow of red second day +
James Magruder '
Mrs.
Mr. and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. STAT i
Miss Bernice French went up to De- I announcement of the marriage i white ribbon. OF FLORIDA ORANGE COUNTY CITY i

:. Land yesterday and motored back in'' of Miss Anna W. Foster, of Kenne- After completing their labor, the OF ORLANDO BOND. STREET IMPROVEMENT : JIk ;1j tQU'

ladies had an enjoyable social hal No. .......... S500.C pur-8n
} a new Oakland car. bunk, Me., to Mr. Franklin J. Briggs, KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS.
Bf Apopka, to take place at the home hour whilej refreshing tea and wafers that the City of Orlando a municipal corporation -
of Orange and Stat
in the County
.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Gooden, who jf Mr. W. G. Talton in Apopka Sunday i were served.LUCERXE of Florida for value received, hereby acknowledges "?

have spent the winter here, leave today afternoon at 4 o'clock will be I itself indebted and promises Dollars to .ALrT":
pay to bearer the sum of Five Hundred -
for Baltimore, en route to their' pleasing news to their many friends. I MANAGER PUTS BAR $500.00) on the first day of April. 194,
HOODLUMSMr. with interest thereon at the rate of five I(5))
home in New York state. Miss Foster is a charming young ON semiannually
payable -
per centum per annum Is first last and all the time the important consideration
woman of many lovely traits, and Mr. on October 1. and April 1, upon presentation ; ,
and surrender of the annexed interest -
Bishop Cameron Mann left yesterday Briggs is the talented editor of the Kent, manager of the Lucerne coupons as they severally become due, in our groceries.

for Raleigh, N. C., where on May I \popka News. theater, requests us to state through? both principal and interest being payable
of America
in gold coin of the United States
25th he will preach the baccalaureatesermon I this medium his extreme regret a'he of the present standard weight and fineness When quality is considered you will find our pricesare
disturbance caused in his house at the Hanover National Bank in the City
school.
at St. Mary's CIVIC LEAGUE TO MEET :
and State of New York. lower than any grocery in the city.
The Civic League will meet at St last night by a few of his patrons, This bond is one of an issue of bonds ag-

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robertson have Luke's Chapter House Monday afternoon who seemed to take especial delight negating Dollars the($100,009.00)sum of One) of Hundred like date Thousand tenor- All goods guaranteed strictly fresh.

closed their home at 608 North Or at 4 o'clock. Miss Baker, of laughing and talking while the and amount and is issued for the *purpos
of Orlando
of paving the streets of the City -
ange avenue and left yesterday for facksonville, who has recently had ketch; presented by the Glendevere and is issued pursuant to and in strict

Y. to the summer in that Tango was being enacted, compliance with the Constitution and law
Clevesdale, N. spend charge: of St Luke's hospital company of the State of Florida including among othrs. -
on Lake George. city will address the league. and to state furthermore that he will: Chapter 6740 of the Special Acts of 1913 !
: GROCERY
of THE SANITARY
entitled, "An Act to authorize the City
that disturbance
take especial pains to see no Orlando to issue additional bonds to the

Those registering at the San Juan LAST NIGHT FOR GLENDEVERE of this kind will ever happen amount of One Hundred Thousand" Dollar
.
$100,000.00) for street paving approved.
yesterday from Jacksonville were: J. TANGO CO. AT LUCERNE again. May 28, 1913, and ordinances and proceedings CARUTHERS & GORE
I L. Medlin John E. McGraw, P. B. Tonight the above named company Mr. Kent was not in the house atthe of the City Council of the City of Orlando -
will their last performance inthis duly had and adopted, and with the Pine Street
give 6 & 8 E.
Travis, C. C. Scraeder, Frank Gau- city at the Lucerne, and it is tobe time this disturbance was being consent of the duly qualified voters of said Phone 200
actually voting at an election duly and
tier, F. S. Lee, M. Smith and M. R. hoped that a large portion of Or- Caused, and heartily endorses every City legally called, held and conducted for that; I

t Cohen.Dr. ando's population will be present tosee word uttered by Mr. Bucher from the purpose on the 19th day of August, 1913 ;at
the tango dancers, Mr. Bucher, hick election more than four-sevenths of FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
; CUT
that hedoes
f stage, and furthermore states ill 1 of said voters voted in favor of issuing ;
he concert pianist, and Mr. Glendon, said bonds and the amount proposed to 1 be
J. F. McKinnon went to San- operatic basso. Besides the dancing, not cater to any element whocan issued and that the issue of bonds of which FUNERAL DESIGNS

ford yesterday afternoon to be pres- singing and piano selections, this company not behave themselves as they his is one has been confirmed and validate _f t
of the
Court
of the Circuit
ent at the commencement exercisesof will present a very pretty sketch" should in any public amusement by Seventh judgment Judicial Circuit of the State of Floe tl III SIM MIDI MMMMIMMmMIIIMI '"

the Sanford high school, and to entitled "For Her Father's Sake, inwhich louse. and will speedily eject fromhis ;da in and for Orange County in a proceeding -
all of the above named artists begun by the State Attorney for sail
conduct the devotional exercises. He and "Baby Glendora," not quite four theater any who do not adhere Seventh Judicial Circuit in the name of the ALL PLUMBERS OF THE CITY
will return today. years; old, will take part. This sketch strictly to his rules in the future. State of Florida against the said City ol TO White Star MarketDUREN
)rlando, of which proceeding due notice wasduly OF ORLANDO:
is very beautiful and should certainly and regularly given to the said Cityand
be> seen by all the children of Orlando. to the public.It & COMPANY, Proprietors
t CAMP FIRE GIRLS A special matinee performance will TITLE MEN TO MEET NEXT is hereby certified, recited and declared Gentlemen:
WEEK IN PALATKAThe hat all acts conditions and things required to the Commissioners -
i be given, starting at two o'clock p. m., It has been reported
to exist to happen and to be performed precedent -
I The usual meeting of the Camp so that those children who can notcome to and in the issuance of this bond, that you are making connections I

,. Fire Girls will not be held tomorrow, in the evening will have an opportunity title men of Florida will meet have existed, have happened and have beer through the yards of various -
> to see this company. The performed in due time; form and manner property owners, preparatory I to
but they will meet in front of the ketch will start about half past three in Palatka Monday and Tuesday' of as required with by all law.other and indebtedness that this bond of ,saidCity toR'ether making connections with the sewei -r a

residence of Mrs. Drew on Tuesday, and lasts half an hour. ext week for their annual meeting. does not exceed any constitutional 01 Your attention is called to the fact

the 25th, at 3 o'clock, for a trip to Remember that the last perform- Mr. Chester W. Goodrich, of the Orange tatutory limitation of indebtedness, and thatthe that a connection fee will be charge
of this in this city will issue of bonds, of which this is one, doesnot for these connections and this fee
Fern Creek. Miss Grace Boone, the allce company County Abstract company, will exceed the limit prescribed by said chap of }
be tonight, and every one should certainly will carry with it the inspection
ol
6740 of the Special Acts of Florida
Camp Fire guardian, will be presenton see them. ttend. He is vice-president of the 913. And the said City of Orlando does the entire line.
this occasion. A full attendance association and will take a prominent ereby covenant and agree that the City; Any lines that have been laid will
Council shall and will at the time and in themanner
examine
and
h ., is urged, as plans are to be made for Eat what you want part in the exercises. He will present prescribed by law assess and collectsuch have to connection be uncovered will be allowed
sale on the following Satur- Eat all you want his system of filing information taxes from the citizens and upon the before
\ a candy Take a postscript and forget it. property within the said City as shall be necessary with the sewer. You are therefore
day. CLAIRE ROBINSON, For sale by all druggists. I and compiling abstracts for the information for the payment of the interest uponlaid warned that any lines laid by you ..;ry

-" Ass't Camp Fire Guardian. l-7-d&w-lyr of the members. ,bonds and for as the well punctual as for their payment final of paylent the- in the past and any that you malay ; YITHE
principal and interest of this bond the fullfaith in the future will be subject tthis
credit and resources of said City of; inspection and such as are found DISCERNING WOMAN
tfH Orlando are hereby irrevocably pledged.In not to be in compliance as to grade,
ilMlilltMMIItlMHtliMMMIilllllllililiilttllllHIIIMIMtMMMIiM Witness Whereof the said City of Or.lando of etc. will have to be BUYS MEAT
making joints, ,
has caused this bond to be sealed with
r the corporate seal of said city and signed by removed and relaid.Furthermore .
the Mayor and the City Clerk, and has causedthe alt those who will that she knows will all be eaten.

At The Lucerne Today signed interest with the coupons lithographed hereto facsimile attached signatures to be* make connection for this work will be The tender, toothsome, juicy

of said Mayor and said Clerk and this placed under a special bond. kind that will be eaten to the
bond to be dated the first day of April 1914. Any work done is at your risk.E. last mouthful. Uneaten meat is
F. SPERRY,
Mayor a waste. If she buys her sup-

Mayor. Attest: Carl Jansen, City Clerk plies here there will be none

i,- City Clerk. 5 21-3t uneaten and thus no waste.

f And the balance of this week (Farm of Coupon) Phone 23

No.: ........ J1Z.60 the Sentinel Job Department.
Try
48 W. Church St. 56tfIf
The City of Orlando Florida will pay to
bearer on the 1st day of ........,.....19....
.-elve and fifty one-hundredth dollars ($12.50)
The Glendevere Tango CompanyPRESENTING in gold coin of the United States of America 111111111"lllllllllllltShoe
of the present standard weight and fineness II your paper is not delivered
at:_ the Hanover National Bank iu the Cityand
I State of New York being six (6) months Repairing promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
interest then due on its Street Improvement
Bond, dated April 1, 1914, numbered........ II

MISS LESLIE GLENDEVERE ) Mayor. by PARCEL POSTMen's WOOD, COAL AND ICE

AND I TANGO ARTISTS ,I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

MR. BURT BUCHER City Clerk. Half Soles, 7se to 8se Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

(Endorsement on Bond) Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's : I
Validated and confirmed by decree of the Half Soles, SOc to 75C Sentinel want ads. are money get
doing thp "Inspiration Tango, the newest fad. Mr. J. Frank Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit
or the State of Florida in and for Oranll'eCounty. Hand Turned Soles, $I.ou i ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
Glendon, Operatic Basso. Mr. Burt Bucher, Concert Pianist. A. D. 1914.. Florida on the 2nd day of Marc Heels Repaired, 250


Clerk, Circuit Court, Orange All work returned in 24 hours.
i "THE HUNCHBACK, a two reel Majestic. County Florida. Orders without remittance re- 4 !
f Adopted May %!. 1914. turned C. 0. D. We pay I
E. F. SPERRY. Mayor.
: "INDEPENDENCE OF SUSAN," a one reel American. Attest: return postage. : I, ,
CARL J.\.' SEN. City Clerk. I
.HOWELL
I DR. J. C

} Admission: First Floor Adults 15 Cents. Children 10 Cents Eat what you want. A. Hansonig Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

; Eat all you want. East Pine Street : No extra charge for house treatmentTelephone

Balcony 10 Cents to All. Take a postscript and forget it.For ORLANDO FLORIDAimilllltlHIttiMMHIl connections

j sale by all durggists. : Office cor. Orange and Central Atea.p. .

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, Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

: If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

CITY Of BARTOW DIDN'T WANT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell
I am a candidate for the office of County you, we
To THE WEST Commissioner of Orange county from are all right then why not
NBY UNION STATION District 2. If elected I promise to serve the put us to the test.
people to the beet of my ability, having
f I sided here a number of years, I am Q rea
! fied to know the needs cf the section

. Ancient City Chamber of Commerce SfMINOLf LiMITED the people. Re pecttuUr A. C. STARBIRD, This Way

Going About Cultivating Sentiment Apopka. Fla.
s Lv Orlando __
;tla
for Change of Charter ?------------ JP
Ar Jacksonville ___________ ?:30 pm l FOR COMMISSIONER
it Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. 1. 9:00 pm e-election J hereby as announce Commissioner nyrelf from a candidate District No.for Your doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your

3 St. Augustine, Fla., May 21.-Fur- Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L-.11:10 pm 3, Orange county, Florida subject to the He
:( ther steps looking towards securing Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am action of the Democratic primary to be heldJune case. prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

t. civic Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am 2nd 1914. ; if prescribtion had been
a plan for St. Augustine were J. L DILLARD. your filled with drugs of quality, you would have
Ar Americas, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
taken at the May meeting of the Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

f chamber of commerce and a movement Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am I hereby announce myself as a candidate
f was also launched for the secur Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p for County Commissioner Orange County.
Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm District Four subject to the action of the
ing of a commision form of government Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut

for the Ancient City from the Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm greatly appreciate your support Yours truly,

next legislature. Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm C. J. SWEET.
' The commissioners, under authority Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.____12:13 am Pine Castle Fla.

given them by the organization, have Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs

secured estimates from nationfamouscivil Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am I: announce to the myself office as of a County candidate Commission for reelection of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just

t, engineers and civic for Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:20 am er, Orange County, District Five subjectto
experts Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am the decision of the Democratic primary, as your doctor wrote it.Don't.
the preparation of a civic plan for the Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am June. 2nd 1914. -

future beautification and improve Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am Respectfully E. L BROWN
ment of the city. Ft Christmas, Fla.
Solid Through Trains-Composed of
The commissioners, in their report observation, compartment, drawing- FOR TAX ASSESSORI Forget I IThat

last night, expressed the view that room, section, sleeping cars, and free hereby announce my candidacy for the
office of Tax Assessor of Orange subject
County
-
reclining chair between Jacksonville
"it has cars,
become
more and more apparent to the action of the Democratic primary
that the success of this project, and Chicago, and Jacksonvillend called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and
St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
or"the carrying out of the improve ARTHUR BUTT. a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

ments which such a plan may con For f kets and Pullman car reser- FOR TAX COLLECTORI be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other
template and the future business development ations, all on hereby announce myself as a candidate pea

and welfare of St. Augus W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, for Orange re-election County to ,the subject office to of the Tax Democratic Collectorof ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate

tine depends, to a great extent,. in D. W.or WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, primary I to pledge be held to you June my 2nd faithful, 1914 service If reelected --it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
F securing a more efficient and as I have endeavored to give in the past.
.
more up] Atlantic Coast Line
date W. t:: MARTIN.PEOPLE'S these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business '
to form of city government. The Orlando.

'; commissioners believe this to be the Have you fixed up that Sunday ------ People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay p.ostage.DeLaney '

opportune time. for considering the want ad. for the Morning Sentinel? WANTSMUNNIMAKERS
preparations of a new charter which
Better do it now. It will pay you.
will provide for the city of St. Augustine

the commission, or city management POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

plan of government, and they: Notices of Lost. Wanted, For Sale For
lent[ etc., for this column, &
FOR REPRESENTATIVE tot for one day, Abernethy
believe that as this is a matter of iOc for three days: or $LOO for one week for
such vital interest it !5 words or less. Money must
comes within I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative accompany
from Orange the advertisements for this column as no
'z county subject to
the province of this organization to the action of the Democratic primary,. to be insertions will be made on credit.
r take the initial steps in the matter." held June 2nd. Next Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.
J. H. REESE.
' FOR SALE ,
The commissioners were given full ,
Nursery stock, one, two, three and
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
authority to all available data
secure
four year old buds; Foster Early, ...
:E and to draft a proposed commissionform I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington :
of government for St. Augustine from Orange county, subject to Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle
the action of the Democratic primary to be Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
to be submitted to the organization heed June 2nd.
and, if approved to be placed S. & GRIFFIN. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Look
FOR SALE-Mitchell
_ roadster; rare through your desk and see if
before the people for their ratification FOR REPRESENTATIVE bargain; recently completely over- Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
before request is made of the legislature hauled and made good as new in every you are in need. If there is, phoneus
for its enactment. I hereby announce myself a candidate tore part;; guaranteed first class condition at 24 and we will call, get your
Representative frm Orange county for < ; must be sold at once, even at 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
The commissioners were also empowered next session of the Florida Legislature, subject
to the Democratic primary to be held sacrifice. Come, or address, White at the lowest price consistent with
to have issued a special lithographed June 2nd. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our

St. Augustine stamp, the C. P. DICKINSON 4-23-tf up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel, Court street..

funds from the sale of which will be FOR SALE-A diseases treatedTelephone
FOR REPRESENTATIVE good mare; sound and
devoted to the fund being raised for gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
the employment of a civic expert for Yielding to what appears to be the desire 5-20-dlOt-wlmo 578. DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
of leading citizens in almost every precinct Pepper Crates. 4-29m
' the preparation of a broad city plan. of Orange county that one of the candidates OPTOMETRIST
to be nominated for Representatwin BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING
The meeting was largely attended,, the primary election of June 2nd should your orange grove, or other real Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor lo Dr. 0. P. Likins) Rubber Stamps made to order at
despite the inclement weather. be from myself the country precincts,%.I hereby announce estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold, is the kind you want. Where to get Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

a candidate.A.. B NEWTON Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine its That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO FLORIDA
FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC street after June 1st 5-15-lw Entrican. 1-20-tf
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT NO. 2 If you want your bicycle fixed m.
Fla. Write or phone for prices. PROPERTY in the vicinity of New Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Put money in thy purse by advertising a hurry take it to Wa 12-b-ti.>r
5-19tf. I hereby announce myself a candidate for in the Sentinel Shop.
election as a Member of the County Board of York city, with residence, to exchange
Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange for Orlando -
property on cash -- -- ------- -- -- -
County Florida. valuation. J. M, 307 West street,
,. M. M. SMITH. Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w MMMMMfCMMIMMMMMMMMMMBmMMt

:x MAY BEES-AN ESSAY MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION


' By Claude L'EngleDont't Board I hereby re-election of Public announce to Instruction the myself office Orange as of a Member candidatefor Con sty FOR dining Foster SALE table.Ideal-crib No.Refrigerator, cane 9 Liberty seated, chairs street child's!,, IT'S TIME TO TAKE[ UP 1[ HOUSE.[ .

Get Stung- from District No. S, subject to the coming corner East Pine. 5-21-3
primary. Very respectfully
; May bees are good little insects WM. EDWARDS. FOUND-Bulb for auto horn. Owner



In But the they June, don't primary-fly in June for Zillwood.FOR reelection hereby SUPERVISOR Fla.announce to the office myself OF REGISTRATIONI of as Supervisor a candidate of WANTED ing may for have this-it notice.A by man identifying of Call 55,at ab'e Sentinel.and to pay car: f FURNISHING I 1 6 Q QUESTION( I IN R REAL[ l


Don't waste time on May the Registration for Orange County subject to for stock and do other work, desires
F bees. 1914.Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, a home. L A. Williams, Gen. Delivery -
city.
FRANK IL WILLIAMS. 5-14-1
Some other
man may be all

right for you in Congress; FOR COMMISSIONER LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh EARl T ESTOUf :
I hereby announce myself a candidate for about 35 pounds each; name
Some other be'inline
man may re-election: as County Comm Slioner from "Sandy" and "Michael."
with progressive De District No. 1 of Orange county, subj Reward.
E. '
the action of the primary of June 2ai Vow> Beeman. 5-i2-t stock of
mocracy. support will be greatly appreciated: Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

Some other man may be i M. O. OVERSTREET. FOR RENT delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

able to think for the people FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
hereby announce myself a candidate for pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
after election, Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with ble
But may be some other man Democratic primary of June J.2nd.H. TUCKER.1911. electric lights and bath, close in,, in every sense of the word.
won't. four blocks from postoffice. 7 West

And may be you'll get FOR SHERIFF Robinson avenue, city. 5-22-3t ; |IIIIIIIIII'I'I'II"IIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11II1 II .
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
stung fooling with him. Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the j CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Plan enables
Payment
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. NICELY FURNISHED HOME : you
You know that Claude' I1 FRANK GORDON. on

L'Engie is NOT a may be; FOR SHERIFF Lake Cherokee for rent from June tc 11 to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ] join-

You know that he..wffl I announce myself as a candidate for the October, also six room unfurnished

think and act for you, office subject of to Sheriff the Democrat of Orange primary.County., I Honda am a, cottage. Address Kentucky Home ; I bIg clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

Because he is new in Congress native of Orange lOUt,.. In asking the rotes 511 Palmer street. 5191wkFOR
of my fellow aiti.ena,1 pledge myself to die. \ | feature you.
doing this very thin:. charge the lade of the office without lithe
When or favor to any man for the upholding o RENT-Two office spaces i S
you can get a sure laws and the preservation of peace and good our store at No. 9 W. Church street. IIMIilllllMMIIIMIIMIIMIIHmeilMMIIHIHttlltttlltiMttKincaid
thing, order in the county. Come in and we will show you. Pierc
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR .
Don't risk the best chance Electric Co. 3-29-tf

that ever happened. COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOV -
DISTRICT NO. 5 TO RENT-Some
desirable
very modern
Claude L'Engle has been houses. Daetwyler, phone 56Coonb 3-.
time-tried I hereby announce myself as a candidate
and
firetested for the office of Member of the 4-26-tf & Snowden
in the fights for tpeople's Board of Public Instruction from SchoolBoard
District No.3, subject to the action
rights. of the Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914. MISCELLANEOUS .
He is the one sure thing If elected I will give thoughtful attention toand
the educational interests of the
for you in this race for faithful service. scanty OPENED- -14-BRYAN STTh Furniture

I Congress in the Fourth -C. H. GALLOWAY.. Florida Meat Market Fresh meats of Character .

District. FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 son. Your patronage solicited. S.
He is there for one term, Belch
proprietor. 5-3-1 at Popular Prices. '
Keep him there for another I hereby announce myself as candidate for .. ......
the
office of Member of the County Board: of
Vote for Claude L'Engle Public Instruction from School Board District Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
No. 2, subject to the action of the Demoeratieprimary for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m i
first. June 2nd, 1914. If elected I mil Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
W Take a chance second give due attention to the,work of the office ; ,
and endeavor to be fair to all the schoo First class Brazing a at
interests of the county. Warman's Repair Shop o- Court St.!
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PINE CASTLE ITEMS The State Association of Citrus The
eighteenth annual
conventionof
Growers will meet in Eustis"on Fri- the Funeral Directors and Em- BIG BARGAIN INORANGE MHIIIIIMM. '.. . . .. .

Pine Castle, Fla., May 20.MissM. day. It is expected that about fifteen balmers' Association which was held

E. Hoffner, of Fairibault, Minn., hundred men from all sections of the in Jacksonville last week was replete GROVE
left for her home Wednesday morn- state will be in attendance. A splen with interest. S. D. Harris of THE MARKET

ing after visiting with her brother, did program has been arranged for St. Petersburg was elected presidentfor
Mr. C. H. Hoffner, and family, and the occasion. the -
new year. ,
other relatives for some weeks. t Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Ten acres on beautiful lake
Mr. Harley Stinespring, $f Sand-
ford, Tenn., arrived here this week MMMIIIIIilliiM" " . . ... I two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
with the household goods of his family -
/ court house in the fastest
His parents and other membersof grow FISH AND GAME
the family will arrive in a short Beck & Paynes ing section of Orange County,
'r, time. They are the new owners and Seven hundred orange and grape I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
residents of the E. L Sphaler place.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman gave a fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies. and kept fresh

0 party for the young people of the Cash Grocery full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

village Wednesday evening. big paying propcsition. Owneris t We invite inspection
and
Miss Frances May returned Satur- guarantee satisfaction. We have
day from Wauchula, where she visited getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.

her Mrs.sister.Laura Mathews, of Orlando, STAPLE & fANCY Present crop on trees indicate

was a recent visitor here among GROCERIES two thousand boxes. Price only| The PARLOR MARKET

friends. $6,500. Cash 4000. Balance on

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler are oc- terms.

cupying the 0. R. Goodwill home Nice new stock. White Rose I H. M. Self & Co.
while planning their new residence
! here. Cooper & Atha i PINE
brand Canned STREET
Fox
The addition to the Sphaler store is goods River But-

now finished and the enlarged store is 111 South Orange Are, Ground Floor Phone No. 80
very nice and commodious. ter, "Pride" the highest grade ,butter-
Mrs S. Frank Phillips and Miss Phone No. 311 ." .' " . ,. ,
Loradele spent Thursday with rela- I$ ine. Call and get our cash prices.
tives in Orlando.

Mrs. J. C Fulford, of Lockhart, re-I I MIIIIMM " MMMIMIMIIIiMHIMmW. j

cently visited her parents Mr. ,
Mrs. Wm. Hansel. 11 West Robinson Avenue

Ersel Everett Tyner, the only child

of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Tyner,

passed away Thursday morning, :May " 'IIIII"'I""I' GII'I'I"I"I"II" ', M. SLEMONS
14th, after a severe illness. He was .

born September 1st, 1912, and in his
short life had been a great favorite

with everybody here. He seemed to Fares 3. New Goods
be everybody's baby, so that in his Arriving Daily
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OAIIY BETWEEN
passing away we all felt that we had ;
.I sustained a loss. During his illness BUFFALO

every care and attention of love, kind- EVELAND
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ness and skill was given him. Dr.
2
C. E. Filbert was in almost constant
(
attendance and Drs. Edwards and Mc-
Ewan's services were also called upon, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

while earnest prayers were offered THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
for him; but the time came when the
I.eetb 500 feet;InId.th 98 feet.6 bclw;510rt.t Too human hand of help was stayed and | Greater.u MM larger in all nropwtion*nchcl ia aQ appointmriila McoumiatiDg-Itiin wj atMmcr puacarn. va> Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet
iolaDi aMn fM world.; la aemcc Jra.Uth.MacuBceat .
the Divine Hand lifted him up out of
his suffering. The funeral services Summ""SEEANDBEE.cq cf ErU"wd"Cty of Buffalo- Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
t Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar lit to Dec.ita
were held Friday morning at the & Co.
ten.Ba6 Je '00 P.M. Lear Cleveland 900P.M. Best place in the city to trade.
home. Dr. Edward T. Poulson, of Or Ani..t7net.nd 7JOA.M. Attire ButtJo 7JOA.M. I
lando to the assembled (Eutera Saodird Tim)
spoke sorrowing
C.e.eetio..aCkreL.dforPatie ,
B., ToledoDetroitnddlpoia,4'M.ndSomh.at.Railroad .
relatives and friends in words of ticket reading twtwn. *Baflkla aad OeveUod arc red for b'uuporIatioaoa oar__
Ak jour beta. .for tick u via C.&B.Loo. Vni M foe h nd.oi .ill__booklet free.
beautiful consolation, likening the little
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. CUrcUnJ, 0.
life,to a flower; and such he was, W. M. SLBMONS
a beautiful little flower, so loving and
so much loved. It was fitting that his
little casket was placed in the midstof URANGE AVENUEiMIIIIMM

a great bank of flowers, the parting To the West and Northwest
tokens of loving friends. His M I tJXO 1"111"11I

cunning baby ways and loving trust -VIA--
of every one will.be long remembered. j.
+ The following lines are by Henry DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND ? YOU CARRY "

s Austin Fuller, the blind poet, and are
of the baby Ersel who always had a SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED BOJH KIND

i happy greeting for Mr. Fuller. M>

_ Our "Little Jim"It
Dw. Dirie
was the name I chose for him Limited. F1er.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

. Before he learned his mother .. Orlando A. C. L.12:31 am S:1S pm r Orlando. ........................ S:13 pm (
tongue; I r Jacksonvillq A. C. 1..... 61045am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30pm ;
He took it in, knew what it meant, V J Jacksonville A. C. L... 1:35 am 8 t%S pm v Jackson.ille, A. C. 1. ........... 1:15 pm j l S I
for V Wayerou, A. C. L..ll:50am 10ipm Wucrou. A. C. 1. ..............lOOpmr
For he was bright one so young Moan G. ...... ....... ..
s. II F. 1:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. a F. .... 3: 6amr UID ,
Atlanta C. of Ca....... 8:03pm 'lhM r Atlanta, C. of Ga .............. 7t fa. I V PglyT '
"Come, lithe Jim. I used to say; r Knorille. 1. "
r Chattanooga W. & A..1lhm 11:55 %: pm
am
"And handle Uncle Harvey's cane r Corbin L. a N.N:1: ::::::::: :: a:16
;; r Nuhville. N. C. A SL L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm ...... pm
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,And he would leave all sorts of play r Lollisrille. 1. 1& N. .... 9:00 pm
And rush to me with might and ).r StLomaLC.&L&N.25D pm 7O am rlndiaaapolis. a. L. ............ 1:50 am /
Ar Le>;ingtoa. 1. N. ............ / .
main. Ar Hopklnsville, 1. 1& N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinaati 1. "N ............. 5:50pm 8:50pm / INSURANCE It
Ar Evansville, 1. N..... I:28 am 9:%Spm r Kalamazoo G. R. L ..........1:20
'The dawning of his mind was joy, Ar Terre Haute, C. II Eo L. llO Dm 1:01am r rand Rapid&. G. R. II L ....... 2: 5pm pm
His body grew as rosebuds swell, Ar Chicago C. Eo L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 1:15am A. L. BECK LUMBER CP.
And all the people of our town I ---
Admired our "little Jim" full well. i DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ':
I Solid train, composed of section drawin100m ,
Kiln Dried Lumber and
'"Death loves a shining mark, men 1 sleeping can observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted e Building MaterialPhone
say, an and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
And so he took "little Jim Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
our
; ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. 451 Orlando Fla.
f 'Through blinding tears we look away Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapol; ,
To our translation time for him. DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train. carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment observation sleepers and eleetlie .
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids -----;::
Buy your garden seed from DeLaney ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking car.sleeper Dining Fmt-car and Thursdays of each week. on Dining Mondays car Don't wait for every one in town to I I We insure your life and loan you Spray material, insecticides and
4 & Abernethy. Just received a erves meals a U carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati have Entrican, the painter, before money on real estate at 6 per cent fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San-
big shipment; fresh seed. 313tfRead you try. Am too busy to look you j interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit
rOle TICKETS, PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION.------ WRITE OR up. Phone 636, and I will be on the I Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. erature. 4-29-lm.
the Morning Sentinel Price W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot TIcket CALL Arent.ON job. 1-20-tf, 3-25-d&wtf

HO cents a wtek{ Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando For the news, read The Sentinel Read the advertisements daily. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.tlllllllllllI .
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(Continued ;rom page 1) v
b I lists, the safeguarding of the ballots, O
in order to avoid election frauds, the
challenging of voters, the transference -
Uniform of results from tally sheets to
Ivotapt Mention Courtey9etst'ls
I certificates, proclamation of returns,
do xm the meeting of canvassing boards and,

generally speaking, the methods by
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which the of the Til
rights
candidates are :
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protected from the time they become :
such until the result is finally and

: THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDOTHE officially proclaimed. Many sectionsof _
the primary law under which this
election is to be held are devoted to 1iJ

these matters of detail. .. : .:
PANAMA CANAL WAS DUG BY Now, there are various duties to be % '
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performed by the voters, by the can- :.. ---:-.. .
PLAN didates, by the inspectors, and by the L4 iTHAT

Every achievement worth while was canvassing boards. But voters do not

planned in ad'ance-e'ery step to completionwas have to be acquainted with all these + FLAG
details, neither does a candidate, nor
carefully thought out.
That is why many individuals in this com an the inspector canvassing, nor, board.indeed a There memberof are *; stands for the protection of life

munity have been able to build up substantialbank certain duties which each of these ; 1111I1 and property of American Citizens

accounts. Saving money is not an acci classes have to comply with, and, of everywhere!
course, each one should know the duties -
dent. he has to perform. A voter only I giiiiii and]
There should be a plan-the plan shouldbe
has to know how to vote the ballot :
followed careful1r-do not give up-be tuliP the same Government protects
He does not even have to know whenit
' persistent. is necessary to provide on the bal- : jJJ their finances when entrusted to

Always let the first step in your plan to lot a second choice column, neither,
: 1II1 to this "National" Bank, which is :
save money be the starting of your Savings indeed, is it necessary for an inspector r "

Account with this bank. to know this, because the ballots r : under.Government supervision ':;

will be prepared by the county com- .. . .
missioners. You will observe, at the ,: ':.
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bottom of page 83 of the Compilationof '-... ..',. .,.,
Laws, that where two candidatesare :':., ; '.;- :
nominated for the same office, ', ... ... .': ".,.........:.... .:...:"
second choice ballots will not be used . .
unless there are five or more candi- : ftGi.ij:{ ;
dates; also, you will see in the pamphlet -
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4IIHIMIilMBMHIMMIMIMHIMIMMHHMIIMMIWe county commissioners for the preparation ., .- .....".-
-of ballots, on page 3, this lan-

Will Put the Reinsof guage should"Squares: not for appear second where choice there voting are I o[ [;rjj ll2 : I 0 :

Success in Your two candidates for the same officeas _
( in cases where two members of r'

the house of representatives are to be . .. .. .. .... .
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nominated -. '::;
3 HandsHow ) unless" there are five or : : ;;, ;?: .. ::
more candidates. .
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? By furnishing you witha county where you say there are -MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
only four candidates for representative 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111..111.111111.11. 1.1.111.IIIIIIII.tl
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative the inspectors will not need to lillMlimi . 11111111111111111111
consider: the distribution of second
; call on you. He will give you a : choice: votes. Second choice voting is 1111111101111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III IIIIIIIIt

; formula that will make and mature : never necessary unless there are more
than; twice as many candidates as can
; fruit. : be nominated for an office. This
your
ill
II comes: about because of the provisionin GRAND THEATERCOOLEST
section 39 to the effect that there
shall; be first and second choice columns -

ii r Co. or"wherever a tie vote either would a not majorityvote other-
The Soutlieru Ferllzer r wise necessarily occur." : SPOT IN THE TOWN

Now, if there were two candidates :
Plant FLORIDA for one office, we do not have a second : 111111111111111111.11.11111.1.1.11TODAY
ORLANDO Phones; Office 32, 31
choice column, because, necessarily -
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MMMMMMMMMMCMflHMIMMMIIMIIIIMMMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I one candidate will receive a ma- :
jority, or there will be a tie vote between :
; him and the other candidate. :

MMMM If he gets a majority he is nominated -: "Chest Of Fortune," a Kalem two reeler.
under the provision of section 50. If
a tie vote results, the executive committee : "
a COW PEASWe determines the nominee, as : "The Long Cold Night, Essanay drama. Interestingand

: provided in the same section. In view : well acted.
of the fact that it is not necessary to
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t I consider second choice voting in Orange
-.j. county, perhaps it is not neces- : "An Absent Minded Mother," Edison comedy."A A

sary for me to take up with you the :
have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB
method of determining nominees, Edison comedy.
Four Footed Desperado
: HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name where two candidates are to be nominated : ,
to the same office, especially :
ing quantity desired. Price sure right. '
when we consider that this is so thor- them all. A for everyone -
The boy that pleases song
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of oughly done' in the Compilation of ', GEORGE SChMIDT I You can't be disappointed.
Laws, page 85, issued by the secre- ,
all kinds. tary of state. I may say that I as-

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- sisted the secretary in the prepare '


riers, etc.' Phones 181.191.F. tion in sued.But as of much where both as of two the each men pamphlets'voter are nominated votes he for is-, Saca1 I1 i l MilsicCHILDREN i b J "That"t" Orcliet11a r


F. Dutton two, a majority will be one-fourth of
the entire vote,cast. In other words
SANFORD, FLORIDA you divide by two in order to ascer- i Be. :.: ADULTS lOc.
i 5-i5-tf. : tain the number of votes, and you divide -
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is the same thing as dividing the total
by four in the beginning. I make this
IMMH I explanation because, if the county and I do not believe there is an inspector uMiiiiiiia MMMMMMMMMMMM*
fol-. in county who is not capable -
commissioners of Orange county any

ATTENTION low tary,out there the will directions not be of any the second secre- quired.As .of making the returns as re- -: Spr rIDI alit n Suffiffler r rOur

choice voting column for representatives. soon as they have understood I:
Therefore, I assume from your 'that requirement, I think it will be I l
telegram that all the inspectors in in order to adjourn the meeting and :
Stock Reducing Sale Orange county will have to considerin give them the good dinner which has I: new line for the Spring

connection with second choice vot- been promised them,and which I hope : and Summer season of 1914 is
ing will be where there are three 'or they will enjoy. l''' Never in the history .
N complete.
Continued 30 Days more candidates for an office to which With best wishes, now business have we
one candidate can be nominated.if Yours very truly, of our
only
'_ the inspectors will follow the formprescribed N. P. BRYAN. I been able to show such a line of

MISSES HAULM & DOT on pages 82 and 83 of the I new and timely goods fo/ Easter -

Compilation of Laws, there will be no One of the most attractive pictures j ,,, selling. Our line of Dress
difficulty in certifying the result to offered in the Times-Union recently'j Goods, Clothing, Shoes, MilliI -

Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's the canvassing board. was that given a few days ago of I I nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
In conclusion, let me stress this the home of C. G. Wescott, at Orlando. -I notions is complete-the stylesare
: Patterns point that the inspectors in the various The house is large and elegantin varied .enough to suit
precincts do not eliminate any appearance, the design being Span- I' the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
candidates. The application of .the ish and the grounds are very beauti- purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
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men goods
highest
second choice to the two. fuL Huge trees and wide stretchesof Easter trade we are going to sell our new
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does not become a relevant question velvet lawns make the place notice- I the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent.

new Methodist church has just which alone cost about $6,000 repre- until the canvassing board meets to able and inviting.-Times-Union. I heaper than the regular prices.
been completed at Orlando and it is sents an outlay of about 50000. canvass the returns. All the inspectors II I We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
a very handsome edifice. The Times- TimesUnion.Mme. have to do is to certify the returns A volunteer fire department has you our line if you will call on us.
Union of last Tuesday had a pictureof as shown on page 83, which is been organized at Sebring, Fla. The
the church and it presents a beau- Calve, the opera singer, will as simple as is a compliance with the council purchased two hose carts and
tiful appearance, the classic lines of shortly establish a traveling school law as it has always been in the certification plenty of hose and the people did the<

the portico showing splendidly un- for the teaching of singing.T. of only first choice votes.' rest. A. E. Withers is chief, and II [R New WorK Bargain Stoia
der massive oaks that surround the Let the inspectors see the form of W. Z. Ealgaty is his assistant. Th3 I
building. The new church, includingthe S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone tally sheet on page 82, and the certificate company was organized by Fire Marshal !
furnishings and a grand organ,' 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf I they are to make on page 83, R. L Hackney, of Tampa. J 1111111111111111111111111111111'11111111'1"1.II
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