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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 24, 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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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1914. NUMBER 89.

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HIGH H OFFiCIALS INVOLVED l IN P101TO i iT CITY{ SCHOOLS H l CLOSE[ AND IFC CARRRNI A INSISTS UPON r N RECOGNITION Hf Will


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SEIZE AND Kill, GEN.- H HUERTA f i A THE[ SCHEDULE l[ BE f OBSTACLE UPON r WHICH H MEDIATION WILLCRU R M IBLE


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DICTATOR NIPS PLAN IN mm BI RAILROADS m WILL BE PERIOD OF UNUSUAL STUDY EXPECTS UNITED STATESTO

BUD AND WHOLESALE ACTIVITY IN STUDENT INSPECTORS i S Y r PRIMARY Y lAW, RECEIVE HIS DELEGATES .

ARRESTS EXPECTED BI 8 E rUT UNDER THE[ LIFE OF TO NIAGARA .


i ORLANDO .. AN A ASERMON ND ENDORSE Ii AS GOOD STUFF

I PALACE E IS BUNG HfAYllY HHHD/ SENATE[ [ PROBE 8[ UNnrn STATES Will NOT T LISTEN[

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INDICATING THAT HUERTA EXPECTS MELLEN'S TESTIMONY ON MANY GATHER TO HEAR MEDIATORS[ A ARE f ANNOYED[O BY I iTO DEMAND THAT REBEL GOVERNMENT .

AND IS PREPARING FOR NEW HAVEN HAS WILL MARK THE BEGINNING OF POINTS OF THE ACT EXPLAINED | BE RECOGNIZED
BEEN
[EAGER
GRIM FIGHT TO THE FINISH IN TOKWOW PUBLIC U AND THAT MEDIATION PRO-
THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES IN DETAIL I
LAST STAND AT THE CAP- EYE OPENER TO CEEU AFTERWARDS AS CAR-
OF THE ORLANDO
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ITAL SENATORS RANZA WOULD HAVE IT
HIGH SCHOOLNCommencement,1914" Are Pressed for Information on Situ

Vera Cruz, May 23.-(Special.)- PATRONAGE[ R RESOlU110N[ fAilS TO PASS' ation and Know About as Muchas

Huerta has in the bud plot promises to Their Inquirers Washington, May 23.-(Special.)-
4 nipped a SAYS OTHERS ARE J LUST T AS BAD The United States will bring about
involving trusted officials and high | outrival all previous years in the excellent MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE the
pacification of Mexico
} generals of the army to seize and schools of our town, and the HELD AFTER DINNER Niagara Falls, Ont., May 23.-A possible but forcibly if, peaceablyif
kill him, according to advices received BEFORE LEAVING WASHINGTON many: warm friends of these institutions great deal of embarnassment is felt necessary.
AT WHICH EFFORT IS MADE The troops at Vera Cruz will not be
today from a reliable source in the FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE are closely interested in each by the envoys of Brazil, Argentinaand
withdrawn until this is
TO DECLARE COMMITTEE AUTHORITY accomplished.
capital.As "NEW HAVEN HOLDS INTERVIEW | of the attractive programs arrangedfor Chile, as well as by the delegatesof "Such other be
a result of the discovery of the successive evenings of this week. ON POSTMASTERSNot the Washington and Mexico City steps as may necessary
WITH MEMBEROF to this end will be taken." This is
plot it is expected that wholesale arrests The underlying note of prime importance governments, because of the impatience -
and possibly executions, will I. C. COMMISSION to all friends and patrons of only did the election inspectorsof of the public which is awaiting the message that will be given tonight
by Lamar and Lehmann to the
soon follow. our schools is not merely regarding Orange county gather to study the an adjustment of the Mexicanuestion. A. B. C. mediators and to the Huerta

Arrangements for the defense of Washington, May 23Special.( the very interesting plans made for primary act yesterday, but after they [ Every day they are overwhelmed delegates and through the mediators
Ciudadela and the national palace An aftermath of Charles S. Mellen's these entertainments, but that they ,I had heard it expounded the meeting : with inquiries as to the part to Carranza.

have been completed andJIuerta, is testimony before the Interstate Com mark the closing of an unusually sue- resolved into a mass meeting and a the constitutionalists may play in the

fi now fortifying the municipal palace merce Commission has come in the cessful year in each institution. resolution was adopted endorsing the negotiations, and other similar ques- The conference at Niagara was ordered -

with rapid fire guns. The buildinghas developments that the United States Through the earnest labors of pupils act. ions. The most persistent relate to from Washington directly by

been packed with food supplies. senate plans a full and complete investigation and teachers alike, the school year There was a general discussion of the future of Huerta and whether his the president and Secretary Bryan
Huerta is evidently determined to has been marked true after two days of conference with the
of every railroad systemin by progress, the law and its objectionable features resignation has been demanded.
fight until the last moment. the country. giving now the happy satisfaction of were brought out, but it seemedto As a matter of fact not one of the Carranza representative that accomplished

When Mellen unburdened himself hard duties faithfully performed.For be the general opinion that the law vital issues has been reached. Until nothing except to bring forth

F and told of the crooked New Haven the Cathedral school the past upon the whole was good and that the preliminaries can be smoothed out additional quibbles from the constitutionalist -

L 8. SKINNffi [IPRESIGROWERS' [ [ [ deals he opened the eyes of many con week has been a busy and trying one meeting might lend itself to the ap- the; South American envoys do not chief.Diplomatic .

gressmen. It is known here that the for both teachers and pupils. The proval of the principles embodied even hope to say how long the conferenceswill efforts to induce Car-

Y LEAGUE[ [ next railroad to be put under the mi dreaded examinations have been the if the act had to be amended to perfect continue. After separate sessions ranza to send delegates to the peace

croscope of the commission will be the order of the day, but tomorrow will itThe last night with delegates from conference have been unavailing and

Rock, Island, then will follow the mark the close of this ordeal, and meeting of inspectors was in i Mexico and the United States the me steps will be taken tonight in the na-
Traffic Department Will Be Established Pennsylvania and Northwestern. mathematics will end the series. Last fact a meeting of the county Demon diators said they believed they werealmost lure of an ultimatum to the constitu-

With Rate Expert in Mellen in a private interview witha evening the senior dance was held i cratic executive committee with the ready to progress in the popular onalists.

Charge of Office, member of the commission intimated Cluett Hall. A gay and beautiful inspectors and others invited to be acceptance of the terms. The Carranza will be informed that the

before he left Washington that scene indeed, and one would never present. Chairman Seth Woodruff situation as it has been so far was future of any government in Mexico

The executive committee of the the financial manipulation of theseother have supposed these same bright and presided. He explained the general explained in this way by a spokesmanfor will depend on the present plan composing -

Florida Growers' and Shippers' roads would be found almost as cheery young maidens had just features of the law, and a genuine in the mediators: the difficulties between the

League met in Orlando yesterday and dubious as those of the New Haven. emerged from the terrors of exami- in the act and its several pro The South American diplomatists, United States and the Latin republics,

elected L B. Skinner, of Dunedin, I nation week. visions was manifested in the many the representatives of the United or between two or more of the Latin

president; Dr. J. H. Ross, of Winter I Today at the morning service i iE in questions that were asked, and Chair States and of the Huerta government, republics and themselves.

Haven, who is president of the Flor COMMISSIONERS MAKE[ UP THE E St. Luke's Cathedral Rev. R. P. Cobb, man Woodruff evinced his familiaritywith came together practically as individual This information was obtained after

ida Citrus Exchange, vice-president, the principal, will preach the baccalaureate I the law by his ready answers. strangers and also with imperfect the receipt at the White House of an

and H. C. Schrader, of Jacksonville, OffiCIAL PRIMARY!Y BALLOTl sermon, and this evening the Following the chairman, Supervisorof knowledge of the issues to be pre important dispatch from the Amer-

second vice-president. The meetingwas closing religious service at the school Registration Frank H. Williams sented. As in all negotiations of this icons at Niagara and the word that

held at the office of the general will take place. enacted the role of school master, and character time necessarily was consumed vent back instructed them to detailto

manager, Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny. Running in First School Districtand On Monday evening there will be with blackboard and ruler illustratedthe I in becoming acquainted and in the mediators and Huerta at toipht's -

The committee endorsed the workbeing Expected That One presented two dramatic performancesby operation of the first and second reaching an understanding of eachother's meeting the full scope of in-

4 done by Mr. Frank Stirling, of Will Withdraw members of the senior class and choice voting. personal idiosyncrasies. erest which the United States holds

DeLand, under the direction of the others, all under the direction of Miss Following this, Mr. J. H. Reese wa: i When President Wilson and General in the Mexican situation.

league, in conjunction with Dr. E. W. The Shepherd, teacher of expression. Thetitles called upon by the chairman to reada Huerta accepted the good officesof According to state department offi-i

Berger, the state nursery inspectorfor county commissioners met yesterday are "The Kleptomaniac" and letter from Senator Nathan P. Bryan the South American envoys the vials it is Carranza's idea to be recognized -
and
the elimination of the citrus canker made up the official primary i "Manners and Modes." the law with
concerning al
ballot for especial latter felt certain that the Niagara first, and talk of mediation
June
disease.It 2. The ballot Tuesday at 4:30 o'clock the 11 reference to the for
aura race representative Falls conferences would be pregnant afterwards. The of
will be shorter recognition Car-
was voted to establish a traffic than usual, for under meeting of the alumnae will taken in Senator
Orange county. Bryan : of great possibilities,
provision of the very reaching ranza at this time is impossible. It
department and to employ rate expert those new primary law place, and in the evening at 8:30 the made it clear that there was no : far beyond peace in Mexico and touching was the realization of this situation

to be in charge, whose businessit do candidates having no opposition class day exercises, which promise to occasion for second choice voting in the peace of the whole western that brought about today's climax.
not have
will be to investigate the comparative their names on the be a rich and rare feast of wit anhumor. d 'this race, and the ballots will containno hemisphere. Should Carranza return ultimatum
ballot. "
freight and icing charges between i place for second choice votes to Out of the conference
Owing to is to come, for ultimatum and elect to try conclusions
sections with Florida a redistricting of
the
competitive -
On Wednesday evening the 1 be registered.
commencement it is hoped those
by upon whom the with Funston, it his
school districts it being conviction .
for example, the rates on citrus appears that JamesA.
exercises proper will beheld The meeting was then resolved intoa responsibility has fallen, clarifying
some that the United States should
fruits from California and those from Knox,of Orlando, and M. M. Smith, .
in Cluett Hall. Ten for the
mass meeting of
of young ladies purpose of the view of all Latin-Amer not keep troops on Mexican soil,
Winter me-
the cabbage sections around Charleston Park, members of the vill graduate and receive diplomas at passing a resolution the
| ; endorsing
icy the
school board from ; respecting attitude of the diation will crumble fast and the pacification
and the trucking districts of different districts, the hands of Bishop Mann, president law as a whole. Mr. J. H. Sadie United States and the relation of this of Mexico force will
by fol-
E western New York, and others. Several will both be in District No. 1, and it
l is of the board of trustees. The priwill n- made the motion that the meeting be country for a long time to come with low. '
months will be necessary for, the inferred that one or the other cipal will award seven gold medals to resolved into a mass meeting and that the republics of Central and South
rate expert to secure all such information withdraw Mr. B. H. Galloway who honor
pupils, and the exercises will Mr. Woodruff be elected chairman America. CARRANZA SENDS DELEGATES '
t and digest it to be employedin announced as a candidate from District be very interesting to all friends of Mr. J. H. Reese was called upon to Because of the grave importance of
securing rate adjustments.Those No. 3, was disqualified bye not the school This will be the first classin take the minutes.
having filed Judge T. Picton their task, therefore, and their obligation El Paso, Tex., May 23.-(Special.)
his
present at the meeting : expense statement of graduates of the Cathedral Warlow in
school a general talk suggestedthe i to the whole world, the mediators Carranza has instructed his
J. C. Chase, Jacksonville; J. R.Davis, time, and this leaves the field to W.' to receive special
diplomas from of such
Bishop propriety passing a resolution I feel that the time consumed in agent, Jos. Vas Concelos, now in New
:M.
Edwards.
Bartow; Dr. J. H. Ross, Winter B. H. Redditt is the Mann, and all who seek the welfare of and drew the following, which I preliminaries has been necessary. It York, Louis Cabrea, returning from
a
only candidate
Haven; H. C. Schrader, Jacksonville; i from District No. 2. the school rejoice that he feels the was offered by Mr. L W. Tilden: was necessary for each side to decide special mission to France
and
None of the Iglesia
L B. Skinner Dunedin A. F. Wy- other county candidateshave
; keen interest therein "Be it
same ever shown resolved by this mass meeting what they were willing the scope of Calderon, released from San Juan
man, Bradentown. opposition. The four candidatesfor in so marked degree by Bishop Gray, of the voters of Orange county the conferences should be and also the Du Ullo prison by the United States

ticket.representative In will go on the the founder and staunch helper of that this meeting do endorse the provisions question of the prejudices existent in forces at Vera Cruz, and reported en

BASEBALL RESULTS is there only than one election district I I this popular and worthy institution of the primary election law as Mexico, a legacy from a former war ,route to New York, to proceed to
National more
League one candidate
for "
This class consists of the followingyoung ] a whole. Then there must be studied with great Niagara Falls and the
member of the represent con-
Pittsburg 7, Philadelphia 2. county executive committee ladies: Mr. S. S. Griffin seconded the
res o- care the economic problem, and how stitutionalists. .The commissioners
Chicago 2, Boston 1. this being Winter Park, whereJ. Misses Helen Warlow lution, he
Dorothy saying thought the law a far the Mexican delegates, as well as are instructed not to make
H. public
Cincinnati 11, Brooklyn 3. Bear is opposed by S. B. Self. Strong, Johnson, Ruth Anna Marie: good one though it hadn't been tried the mediators themselves, would fee! their instructions

I St. Louis 4, New York 3. None of the will other candidates for committeeman Isaacson, Carrie Byrd Hooks, Oliveot out as yet, and it would probably be justified in taking up any reformatoryor mission of the United pending States the as per accredited -

American League go on the bat Adelaide Dinkel, Ruth Lee Bourlay, wiser to wait until after the electionto revolutionary treatment of the 1 lam
2. LeRoy B. Giles and J. W. Wiimottare representatives of the rebels..
Boston 6, Chicago
4 Elizabeth take such
action.
Drayson Baynard, Berta question, and how far treatment of:
Washington 6, St. Louis 1. rival candidates for member of Holden Langenbach, Mary Dickinson There was considerable discussion, this question is essential to the es tabGENERAL GRAVES

New York 10, Cleveland 9. the congressional district committee.W. Rowan, and Marian Holly Smith. during which Mr. A. B. Newton stated lishment of a stable government Besides DEAD }\

Philadelphia 8, Detroit 5. P. Watson is the only candidatefor The Orlando High School that he regarded the law as generallygood these consideration, it is pointedout Washington
member of the May 23.-( a1.-
Federal League state committee.W. .
The baccalaureate sermon for the though it had some bad features the Tampico incident and the General James
Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 0. R. O'Neal qualified as Republican high school will be and Porterfield Graves, 94,
referred
preached by Rev. to the registrationevery quetion whether the taking of Vera; a native of
Georgia, died
candidate for here
p Brooklyn 8, Kansas City 3. congressional committeeman Dr. E. T. Poulson in the Lucerne two years as one of the objectionable Cruz was justifiable, are comparatively today.
Baltimore 7, Chicago 4. and H. S. Chubb as Republican theater tonight at 7:30. provisions. unimportant.It .
c state One year ago one acre of Irish
Buffalo 5. committeeman.
6, Indianapolis po-
Tomorrow evening the "class day" Mr. J. H. Sadler thought now t It appeared today that there) had tatoes
j was planted at Maddox to
Southern League exercises will be held in the high proper time to act because it would been some difficulty in getting the I I if they would see
SENATOR grow satisfactorily.
Memphis 6, Montgomery 4. BRADLEY DEAD school auditorium, and the following be some time before another such parties to the conference to agree They did fine.
This
I the few
year
Nashville 4 1. -
Birmingham
interesting program insures a large: meeting could be had. He said the concerning an essential phase of the farmers in that
Atlanta 4, New Orleans 1. Washington, May 23.-( LIand) attentive audience: people never told their representatives preliminaries. The mediators declinedto j section planted twen-
Mobile 3, Chattanooga 0. Senator Bradley, of Kentucky, died ;; ty-seven acres to Irish potatoes and a
Orchestra. anything! and were in the habit disclose the character of the difficulties !
measured section
here tonight. gave over fifty-five
South Atlantic
League Address of welcome, Lorena W alkof cussing them for doing things after which are causing delay. II barrels of No.
Columbus 10-3, Columbia 42. per acre 1's, eight bar-
er. they got back home. He was in favor .
Augusta 4, Macon 2. THE WEATHER rels of No. 2's, and so few culls that
History, Bessie Berry. of instructing them before hand. Curtis & O'Neal will insure
Florida your no account was taken of them.
: Generally fair Some-
Savannah 2 Jacksonville 0. I
Sunday and
Presentation j Mr. Sadler '
Mildred Williford.Continued proposed amendment
I an property, sell you a grove, loan than
Charleston 5, Albany 2. ,' Monday.: you ding more seven car loads willI
( on page 5) (Continued on page 8) money, or rent you a house. I be shipped from there this season.

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ITEMS said; that they would have to abide by COMMITTEE TO MEET
C CONItICT T IN rn lmN lAWS IS
the letter of the law as far as the expense
There will be a meeting of the 3l
E. K. Smith, painter, was in Orlando TO BE[ A ADJUSTED[ accounts were concerned until Orange County Democratic Executive pymr.pnfinertJ
the law had been the subject of a
last Saturday. Committee at the court house in

Mrs. Lacy Williford went to Orlando i iII further court decision. Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23,
Duval County Commissioners Raise Judge Ion L. Farris made the sug- 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the When
Saturday
evening. ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-
Question of Qualification and gestion of a petition for a mandamus purpose of meeting the inspectors and
to Arthur Orlando Fuller last made a week-end trip I II Filing Expense Statements writ. He said that all parties had clerks appointed to conduct the primary tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and

Saturday. agreed to waive notice of the proceed election on June 2nd, and trans-
Property and purchasing power go --l- ings, and to abide by the decision of acting any other business which may Edison Talking Machines and Records All

hand in hand. Apopka has both. Because the same questions have the court without appeal. As all : come before it.
kinds of Musical
"Push and Smile," is the new slo- arisen in nearly every county which three of the candidates are practically SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. Merchandise from a jews

gan of the Apopka Board of Trade. came out in a special meeting of the in the "same boat," one case will JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. harp to a Grand Piano Office Supplies and ;

Contractor Gage is doing some extension county commissioners of Duval in doubtless decide all three, and one or Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914.
work on the Witherington. -preparing the official ballot for the all of them will probably apply for the latest idea in postal cards. .

block. primary of June 2, the following is the writ today. The order for the Who is your painter and decorator!

Miss Oclavia Sykes has to reproduced from a Jacksonville paperof election tickets will not be sent in until If you are satisfied keep the one you
gone yesterday: have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Georgia to spend the summer with about the 26th, which will give the No. 636. 1-20-tf W. S. BRANCH,
relatives. An apparent conflict, between the court plenty of time to act. I
corrupt practices act and the Bryan The mandamus will probably decide I
Miss Anna M. Foster went to Or- primary law will probably be settled the to whether candi- Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, I The Arcade Book and Music Store
lando to do some shopping Wednes- question as a at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.
soon by Judge Simmons by a writ of date who has incurred no expense 519tf.
day of this week.A .
mandamus following-: the disqualifying whatever !_shall_____ he obliged to__ n file_ an
good home amongst the Best of three candidates for office who expense account so stating. It is the I
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and vicinity.Dr. statutes. ment is necessary in any case.
Chink, of Orlando, was in town Ira J. Johnston, candidate for the Failure to file his expense account Sale:

r Sunday attending the family of Mr. board of public instruction; Hollis W. until the 9th, or one day later, according -

Charles Morrison. Clark, also running for a similar to Mr. Brown, will bar D. R. I have the
J. S. Lovelace, of Clarcona, made membership, and W. H. Burns, candi- Williams from the race for county following
this town a call on his way to Or- date for constable in the Tenth dis- commissi w from the fourth dis properties which I offer

lando, Wednesday. trict, were left out of the list which trict. Mr. j filliams was a candidate at ATTRACTIVE PRICES

Mr. Benson, of Zellwood, was in Frank Brown certified to the board. previous to the 25-day limit, and the prior to going north:
town last Monday. He represents a All had filed their accounts One California
expense apparent conflict of the statutes does Bungalow arrived load
Just car
Miona, Fla., medicine firm. later than 25 days prior to the primary not apply in his case. ; one two-story house

Miss Ruby Wilson has been spend- as required by the act. (corner lot.) Intending FORDS for immediate -
ing a few days in Orlando the guestof The all is that
reason given by they
Edward T. Stotesbury, who succeeds buyers will do well to
Miss Jennie Baas.One's get
had not become candidates until after delivery.Get
George F. Baer as president of .
in touch with
impression of a single inhab the 8th of May, the date on which me on.
the Reading Railway is 65
company
itant may mould a newcomers impression the limit expired. A provision; of the above properties, which :
old and entered the banking nowF.
years
yours
of a whole town.R. Bryan primary law states that a citizen are both new and well
house of Drexel & Co. when he was
L Holland and family, of Or- can become a candidate up to 20 located.
17. He married Mrs. Oliver Crom- G. RUSH,
lando, were in Apopka Sunday. Good days before the primary election,
well in Washington in 1912. Theyare
place for a wagon-works, Dick. :May 13th, in this case. very wealthy. FRED B. DALE : Phone 226
Apopka has 20 per cent more build- Mr. Burns spoke before'the boardof .

ings in it today than this time two county commissioners at a special 306 ANDERSON STREET :
Have fixes that Sunday
years ago. Still more to follow. meeting called for the purpose this you up
want ad. for the Morning Sentinel? PHONE 376
Mr. W. T. Wilson and
family have morning, but the board would take no
Better do it now. It will pay you. 6
moved from Orange street to the action reinstating him or the other 'IIO'I IIICIIII'III'IIIIIII

Hopkins house on Central avenue.A. candidates. The board's position was

A. Martin, who has been spend- stated by Mr. Brown in reply, who ..-...d11I ... MHIiltmMtOltlllllMljSUMMER 1 i
ing several days at the Moore house, I r

went to St. Cloud last Wednesday at the close of the exercises. All are i \ i : TIME IS :

Miss Ella McGee and her friend, cordially invited to be present ( (: I. .

Miss Scott, have gone to Tampa on a Mr. Henry Brown, of Birmingham, I' FLY TIME :

pleasure trip, to be absent about a Ala., came in Saturday afternoon to I i I': Are those windows screen .:

week. join Mrs. Grown, who is the house ed yet? Patented detach I
Contractor F. E. Zepp is finishingup guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eld- E :: able hangers used on all
inside a very pretty bungalow, redge. Mr. Brown is o much en- 1'I screens. No ladder need-

Colonial style, on his east lot on 6thstreet thused over the fishing proposition, ed to take off or put on

0 that he has decided to spend two when washing windows.R. .
The American Realty Co. closeda weeks of his vacation in our midst. "" '
deal with T. M. Byars for a build- Mrs. Stella M. Haley, who has J. WALDRON r t

ing lot on 6th street, corner of Park been spending the winter at Mrs. Contractor and Builder .

avenue_. Willim Ad ams', ;to t en d s f.n o start for 410 West StreetForJIalej I llammond&GoreFUNERAL
Miss Ella McGee and her friend, her home in Kennibunk, Maine, next II
Miss Ella Scott of New York, are Sunday night, going via Orlando and r '1111111111111111111111111. ,

visiting Tampa and vicinity for a A. C. L. R. R. to Savannah, thenceto "You take the DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

week or so. Boston by steamship, Nacooche of
Hot Bath, I'll take the -- -- I
B. F. Wilson has the lumber on the Ocean Steamship Line. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I
Cold One"Very
the ground, ready for Contractor Mrs. S. A. Merrill and Mrs. Albert

Hewitt to build the First and Last left Wednesday morning for their COMPARE :
polite but sometimes inconvenient -
Chance store. homes in Massachusetts, going via
yet when there is -
Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Gar- Orlando, via the A. C. L R. R. to
only water enough in the tank OUR FURNITURE
den, candidate for representative, was Savannah. Here they separate and for one hot bath what can the | Modern 8-room : I

in town Thursday and paid the News Mrs. Merrill goes to her home in rest of the family do? The House 2 doors : S&We provide the quality furniture that has long 1
office visit.
i a lawrence and Mrs. Hopkins to West is install
answer simple a been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Miss Louise Calvert, who has been Medford. They expect to return early west of Wyom- : standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
visiting here aunt, Miss Ella McGee, next fall RUUDAutomatic i wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

returned to her home in Orlando last Mrs. S. A. Merrill and Mrs. Albert .:.. _-..Jt._ ..-., ; ing Hotel. Bar- : : this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones .!
Saturday night Hopkins left for their homes of this business and that much to
in :Mass- Gas Water means any buyer. ,
Mrs. W. T. Berry and Miss Jessie achusetts last Wednesday. They Ie IeIi ; !'. i gain. : : -- -. i
Welch in Orlando Wednesday l ... Heater
were went via ?rlando, over the Atlantic --- i.l
visiting friends, and also doing some I Coast Line to Savannah, Ga., thence y > =' 1 .. Nobody waits-. i i -.: : \ McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, Jft

necessary shopping.. to Boston on the steamship, City of 4 t>: .y ; -nobody unlimited the service worries-The is I A. L. Bentley, | Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
In with the time-honored Atlanta.
keeping At Boston they
II separate, lIUUilRuud never
custom, the State Bank will be closed Mrs. Merrill going to her home in mss j lags-ne>er dis 10 L AMELIA AVENUE jj jjiinHinniiiimiim J
afternoon until October w appoints ou i---iii-----.r- JM t
every Thursday Lawrence and Mrs. ;pkins to West simply: turn the _
1st, 1914. Medford, Mass. faucet-the "+ .:
heater does the
Mrs. Edward Jump and son, George, Miss A. J. Emery, of Boston, Mass., rest ,
motored from Orlando to Apopka who has been spending a few days scrptireliterature Comr ete de- t..IIIIIII.III.III..IIIIIII.II.IIIIIIIII.IIIII.111111II11*HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM liS II' III' III I" ." ,

Sunday. What about starting a with her uncle and aunt, General and on request

branch of Pearl Gloss Laundry here! Mrs. Tibbitts,went to Kissimmee last

Apopka has had a most delightfulrain. Monday. Tomorrow (Saturday) she ORLANDO WATERLIGHT & Orlando Bank & Trust Co A
AH nature is refreshed and
starts for Boston to close up her bus- CO.
and benefitted thereby. It came justin iness and to make the Gas Department
necessary arrangements Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
time to save the tomatoes and wa to return to this place "

termelons.A and locate here permanently. Apopkais .
new concrete walk in front of the fortunate in having General and RESOURCESReal

Methodist Episcopal church and ex- Mrs. Tibbitts and Miss Emery for cit Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26437.37;

tending to the street, adds much to izens. Let us keep on attracting To THE WESTVIA Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

the beauty of the place. W. L. Pan- good people to our beautiful little VIASfMlNOU Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23 1
had the contract and did his
nell city.When Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
work in a first class manner. a newcomer sizes up a town LIMITED Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
} Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Davis, Mr. Les- he really forms an opinion of the

lie Waite, Misses Nellie Witherby and people he has met there. Talk about fir 3:13 I
-- ----------- pm $904,906.09LIABILITIES
Mattye Mae Williford, attended "The industries all you will, send out fig- Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
Mikado," in Orlando Friday evening,. ures concerning its growth, boost its Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm
'Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
and most excellent entertainment
report a -
natural advantages to the limit but
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Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L. 1:15 am Re-Discounts .. . . . . . . None
t all of these fail unless the town impresses Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
If the constantly arriving ship- the casual visitor as a con- Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am Bills payable . . . . . . . None
ments of building material into Apopka Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
genial abiding place. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
mean anything, we will see more In Ocoee, the little village three Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 A'
buildings erected during the coming miles south of us, will be opened ina Ar Birmingham,Ala.C. of G.12:05 pm p Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

summer than in the three previous few days a new building, which Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. c.____ 7:46 pm ,
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm $904,906.09
summers. will be the Coast Line
opened by Ar Cairo, III, I. C-________11:07 pm
The News office had a pleasant cal agent, as an ice-cream, cold drinks Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.12:13 am a

Thursday from Authur L Robinson, and Quick Lunch and Candy store. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

of Jacksonville, Fla., who was in town Electric lights and electric fans will Ar Centrafia, 111., I. a_____ 1:38 am Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
looking up. matters and transacting be installed. Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am
business for R. G. Dunn & Co., for Some day Apopka will be able to Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am Increase in 37 days . . . . lZloUj.olDeposits
which firm he is reporter. Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C_____ 6:20 am
for the gradu- boast of electric lights" and fans. Ar Chicago, El., I. C._______ 7:50 am Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
Invitations are out "The College Town, is the name II Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
ation of Miss Mildred Williford, from of a three-act play, to be given in Solid Through Trains-Composed of

the Orlando High school, which will Eldredge's hall, under the auspicesof observation, compartment, drawingroom Increase in 100 days . . . ? ? 249,626,34 Ai
section, sleeping cars, arid free
take place at the Lucerne Theater, .
the Ladies' Civic League, the las reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville '
next Tuesday evening. Miss Mil I'of this month. Messrs. Guy Zapp and Chicago, Jacksonville i Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

dred's class part is the presentationof and Frank Stump are the managers. nd St. Louis. All meals in dining The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and ,

gifts. This will be the second appearance car. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

The ladies of the Baptist Mission of Apopka's amateur theatrical club ations For l", all iets on and Pullman car reser- friends and customers for making such a statement possible -
.
Society, will hold an open mission before the public. Miss Maggie W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, I i'RJlli :n
meeting, at the Baptist church Sun Shepherd, William Gage and Harry or ORLANDO'S
day evening May the 24th.A Clark will furnish music. Watch for D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, CONSERVATIVE BANKMIHIIIMMMIMIIIHIIMH

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DADE COUNTY ROADS .
South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch Rest Room of the Woman'sclub

AND WEEKLY Advice to Mr. Burns, the world's "We have to take off our hats to has proved to be a remarkable'
' JOSlAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. greatest detective: Dade county, so far as roads are con-
success and now at the close of theseason's
The other detectives will get you, cerned," said H. C. Robertson, one of ANNOUNbEMEttT
business is so brisk that the
Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando. Florida A TIMELY
o a* Second Clau Mail Matter. If youdon't the Orlando men who arrived last ladies are in doubt about closing up i

II RATES night with the automobile tourists.Mr. the rooms as there is a constant demand -

Dailr. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..........................$500 watch out. Robertson is one of the city com- from the out of town peoplefor
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 missioners of Orlando. "Your roadsare
Daily S Months _...................:. 1.25 a place of this kind. Lunches are
Daily. 1 Month ....................... SO Governor Trammell told the Tampa certainly marvellous, and thereare served at the room and under the
high school graduates that "it seems none better anywhere. The Davie of Miss Alma Pa-
weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 able management
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .71 but yesterday when I was a mere farm was a great sight. I am some- genhart the success of the room has We have just received a splendid
.; school boy," and the fine picture of what of a horticulturist and in conse- been pronounced. Certainly the good
TO ADVERTISERS: him in the Tampa Tribune looks as quence was deeply interested this ladies of the club who have had the shipment of the

, Copy for duplay and all _her handset thought could not have been longer place and saw many things which Rest Room in charge have been amply
adfertulni mart be handed in at the business than last week when he was a student might escape the casual observer. It repaid by the spontaneous thanks of
office of the Sentinel nit later than 2 p. B.
the day before publication. This rule applies is wonderful""We the traveling public and the many
U chances for contract advertising; it is 'a are simply overwhelmed with tired ladies and babies. The room has .
invariable and wilt be strictly adhered to.
John D. Rockefller has placed a the entertainment given us here," also been successful from a financial Ne w Chutton n Tallelas II

Subscribe desiring The Ststkiel discontinued double lot of guards around his homeat said H. H. Dickson. "Miami is certainly 'standpoint but needs the active sup-
should notify the office, in writing on Pocantico Hills and has had installed hospitable. The roads in Dade
of the and business men
the date of expiration otherwise it will be port public
continued at the regular subscription rates, of electric have been revelation to .
a complete system county a us. of Sanford.-Sanford Heratd.Miami's .
until notice to is received. in the Latest Tones Black.
atop
including
wires and buzzers so that an alarm They are the finest I have ever seen""One ,

SUNDAY MAY 24, 1914. can be sounded from any point. No thing that has been a sur-
first street has arrived
I use of talking, if you wish to be prise to me is the substantial character car
I charmingly and logically happy you of the buildings in Miami' saidA. and two others are expected before
All the down the line Chic the week is If they arrive be-
way over.
x must be rich. W. Bumby, a hardware merchantof Black l ( Moire Amiijll!
Acosta has impressed the people that Orlando. "Usually in a town so fore Sunday Mr. Chase has plannedto
he is a really wonderful man. It re put them on that day to carry peo-
Anent the efforts of Mrs. Beeman, new as this, the structures are tem-
' mains to be seen if the people desireto ple to the beach and to church. Regular -
Mrs. Laughlin and other ladies of the porary in character, but these rows
send such a wonderful man to schedules will be
' Civic League to provide a play groundin of splendid business blocks are a car inauguratedby | without exception, THE Coming Fabric ;
the middle of next week.MMHItlliMMMHIIIMM.
congress. Lake Eola park,the following from great surprise. The town is solidlyand

. o the Western Teacher is timely and substantially built." -
Miami has a trackless trolley sys- pointed: "Every school house which A. L. Beck, who is in the lumber
tem. A picture of the first car as does not have ample play ground business, concurred in what Mr. Bum- :

printed in the but Metropolis of that city ought to be inscribed with Pudd'nhe'd by said, and he added some praise for I T.F.BOURIHAN Black l ( Meteor t F ( L Chiffon Finish)
looks good, we are wonderingwhat Wilson's maxim, 'God made idiots; the roads of the county.
will the wood
the effect be Licensed Plumber and
upon 1
that was for practice. Then he made Every one of the visitors has noth-
block paving which Miami recentlyput '" but for the Sanitary Engineer
school boards. ing praise entertainmentand Beautifuly Soft and UncrushableA .
5 down. the city itself.-Miami Metropolis. Estimates furnished. jobbing
o A thought for Sabbath morning: 1 Promptly Attended to.

The Key West Journal alleges that "There are a few tunes which can PHONE 629

John Stockton delivered an "impres- be played on a single string of a vio- It is costing a whole lot of moneyto 106 Court Street
sionable" speech in that city. We lin; a larger number can be played on electrocute Becker and still more Black I t Cllarffleuse
just can't think that John did it, and two strings; a much larger numberon to hang Frank, but it begins to lookas \ ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

we bet that John doesn't think that three, and the whole range of if neither one of them would be 4-l.1m
about his speech. music is possible of interpretation on good life insurance risks. I
istoiuotioiooiososiooitcSPECL&T
A Fabric much in demand.
o a full violin. We can approach life.

The Miami Metropolis will be accused with a single string or a complete
'
by the congressional candidates violin. We may have one or two interests -

- of willful misrepresentation. In announcing or many, but the range of our
I their arrival it says that interests will determine the fullness : ,
. Scosta and Sibert Williamson were and richness of our life."
among them. This is enough to make *

Chic and Albert fighting mad. Harper's Weekly suggests that the
o miners' war in Colorado might be !

The election inspectors met in Or- stopped if Rockefeller would turn his I 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and

t lando yesterday and liked the primary fortune over to the,U. S. governmentand j Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford
law so well that they went on ask them to settle the trouble. Shock Absorbers. Run miles
_ record as approving it for the most Johndee is worth a great many mil- 3,6co Our Sale
part. Those features that were not lions and if he would give even one

approved were not mentioned in the million to some shrewd diplomat and
tell him to out and settle the strikeit
resolution, but they were aired in the go
meeting. could be done with ease. The 1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine OF
3 strike leaders at ten thousand dollars con$3 O
dition-full
equipment J
each, one hundred influential followers -
The Clearwater Sun finds another
good feature of the primary law, say- at five thousand dollars each, I
and eight hundred and fifty thousand Ready-to-Wear
"There
? ing: are a great many points
about the primary law that are good dollars to distribute among the bal- {
It but the best of all is that it has put ance and the strike would be ended i
the placard out of business. In pre- and the oil king would still have more San Juan Garage Co. p
than he could spend in a dozen
vious campaigns tens of thousands off money
unsightly cardboard signs were life times. Of course it could be SKIII S

tacked all over the scenery of the done with a tenth of the above Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 524Suggestions I
amount, but we are suggesting outside -
state. They stared at you from every
telegraph or telephone pole, from ash I estimates. I ANDLingerie
barrels and antiquated drays. Out in

the country, along frequented roads .I"I"'I"'I'II'I'I"I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"11111111 111111111111'1' l
every tree and everything that would "
hold a tack was blazoned with the an- for Graduation GiftsThere ir Waist

nouncement that some one was can-
didate for some office. They were a is nothing more appropriate than a Kodak,or a Waterman's Fountain Pen.
perpetual nightmare, as they not only The prices are in the range of everybody being $I.00 to $10.00. They can be sent by
i flaunted in your face during the cam- Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect.McELROY'S .

paign but hung on until the elements continues

shred them to pulp.o" PHARMACY ESTABLISHED

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Miami can congratulate herself on I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' Until
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visit of the Orlando delegation pleas-

ant while they were in the city.It .
is a fine thing that fifty or more
people from a city, two hundred miles
Prices Positively Slashed in Half in many
through the interest-
away, can come
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
ing country that lies between them cases, and the goods are all this season'smanufacture.
and us and make a friendly visit and Commencement Day-an important event in the

take an intelligent interest in all that lives of young people should receive some fitting markof *
they see along the route and in and appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

around Miami.It occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of OUR OLD POLICY :
is fine that
a thing a communitylike Jewelry?
this can have the hospitable feel- Reduce the prices when the goods
ings toward visitors that impels it to DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe "
go to lengths in seeing that the visitors are wanted. <
have a good time and are shownall direct the attention ef relatives and friends to

that they came to see, and more. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this
Such an interchange of visits can store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
result in nothing but good to both est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
communities. The visit of the Orlando mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val.
people has placed us in close and ues and assortment.A .
friendly touch with as fine a body of visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

citizens as exists anywhere, and we obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
may indulge the hope that they found
the people of Miami as kindly and as
CO
Dickson-Ives
courteous, as willing to please andas t ;
anxious to serve as they will be .
when we return the visit of yesterdayand
the day before. i

Orlando and Miami are much closer
together for the interchange of cour-
tesies of yesterday and many perma- DEPARTMENTAL STORE
nent friendships will be cemented between -
those who might have other- the JewelerOPPOSITE

wise remained unacquainted.Miami .
should return the visit; EI1ffl1e e Rye. Orlando
should show to Orlando that we are .
interested in the progress of that city POSTOFFICE

and that we can cordially and enthu-
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THE TUNER V ROBINSON & STAR EY, ManagersOpen9a.m.to10:30P.M. A I
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Last evening the seniors of the GrillmBUYS i .
ORLANDO, FLA.
Cathedral school were the honoreesof 0 0 i |I

a very delightful dance given by I V "bellI' AIen's"l D
Admission Scents
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Cobb !
their principal, Rev. R. P. and i iD 'L

Mr. A. D. Arnold is spending the Mrs. Cobb. The affair took place in > aDOIIDCDOIIDCDOIIDaDallDijIOXDA

day in Jacksonville.Mr. the auditorium of Cluett Hall, which ) Y'S PROGRAM
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was prettily decorated with potted AND SELLS I I ....

W. P. Watson has gone to Nor- ferns. The programs were in the "Under the Black Flag." A won-
REAL ESTATE derful three reel feature play, by the
folk, Va., on a business trip. class colors, pink and silver, and Mr. 101 Bison players. Pictures of the 11 Commencement Time

Payson Branch at the piano furnished sea and seagoing folks are always full

Mr. and Mrs. Hazlett left last night the lively tunes to which the happy of interest. This is a fine film and
should be seen by all who enjoy see- Is Here
for their home in Pennsylvania.Alfred dancers kept step. 600 acres south ofVin- ing a good show. III
Punch was served during the even-

ing, and ice cream and cake duringthe ter Garden and west of
Tanner and wife will leave
Want for that
MRS. MERLE McELROY HOSTESS a present one
Tuesday for their home in Creston, intermission.The Gotha, including 10 acre
Ohio. guests were Misses Berta FOR NULLOS CLUB who graduates? You can getit
The
orange grove. en-
Langenbach, Olive Dinkle, Carrie D at our store without any
tire tract covered with The Nullos club was pleasantly entertained -
Hooks, Mary D. Rowan, Nelle Kinzel
Mrs. W. P. Watson spent the day trouble and but little
yesterday in Sanford with Mrs. B. F. : Dorothy Johnson, Ruth Isaacson, Marian yellow pine timber. Two yesterday by Mrs. Merle ex

"Whitner. I Smith, Dora Lewter, Helen War- miles of lake shore. McElroy, the members in attendance pense.

low, rFances Bosanquet, Zilah Shep- being :Miss Hart, Mrs. LeRoy Giles,,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Pierce left herd, Eloise Gassmann, Edith Robinson 423lmt.I.II.IIIII.I..II.I..I. Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. C. B. Robin- D: Graduate VD

yesterday for their home at Terre and Messrs. Frank Smith, Donald son, and the hostess. Mrs. J. N. Mc Every ,

+ .Haute, Ind. Cheney, Donald Lee, Harry Hoffner, Elroy played for Mrs. Harriet Miller,

Sidney Newell, R. Cornelison, Jenkins Mrs. Weathersbee for Mrs. Sylvan should have something now,


Fitzgerald Mr. Wm., Ga.Spell, after has a week's returned visit to Julian Dolive,Harris Wm. ,Walton Gerald, Hurlbert George ,Baas Billy, FIRST S SECTION[ OF f BOOSTERS J[ S McElroy Mrs. Walter, and Brittain.Mrs. Clifford Fuller for D that they can keep for years,

with parents here. Beardall, Welton Johnson, Bert Walker ARRIVE[ FROM MIAMI J TRIP The high scores were made by Mrs. to remind them of friends,

N. B. Broward, and Peyton Mus- Miller and Mrs. Giles. loved ones and the happiest
Russian tea and sandwiches
Mrs. J. E. Foster and two children selwhite. were days of their life.

leave tomorrow for Jefferson, N. C., Found the Worst Roads of the Entire served. "

to spend the summer. FLORIDA TITLE MEN TO GATHER
Tour Between Kissimmeeand CITY SCHOOLS CLOSE

IN CONVENTION Orlando D Allen & Co.
Miss Hattie Belle Hyer has re- ,
(Continued from
turned from a week's visit with Mrs. page 1)
Palatka, Fla., May 23.Abstractand School "
Paper, "High Echo Elbeth
,
R. J. Holly in Sanford.Mr. The first section of the Orlando JewelersPrompt
title men from every section of Mulholland.
boosters who started to Miami last .
the state are expected to be in attendance Orchestra.
and Mrs. H. J. Lobean and i Monday arrived home last night at 9
on the sessions of the annual I Address to Wm. Repairing.
undergraduates, P.
children left yesterday for Blairs- o'clock. They left Miami Friday
convention of the Florida Associationof I Walton.
town, la., to spend the summer. morning, spent that night at Fort Everything Guaranteed.
Title Men, which convenes here Response, Sidney Newell.
Pierce, and left there yesterday morn-
next Monday. The convention will Will Edith Rambo.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McNeill have ing at 9. They came by way of Fort ,
last two days. An interesting Slemons.
New York pro- Whittier the Kis- Prophecy, Dorothy
left for city to spend a Drum and through
short time before their homeat gram has been arranged, and it is din- Compensation, Katherine Padgett.
going to simmee prairie, having a picnic
expected that the gathering will be Orchestra.The .
Detroit, Mich.Mr. ner en route at which they spent two .J)
one of the most successful ever held. hours. They loitered along the way final exercises will be held ==oI .

J The following program will be car- Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the
and Mrs. Jos. Mizell and child a good deal, taking pictures wherever -- --
ried out on the opening day: I Lucerne theater and will
came up yesterday from Tampa to an attractive view offered, and according comprisethe *MIIMtMI >MIMIIIttiMIMmMHMMIMMIMMI l
Call to order, 11 a. m. I numbers
spend a week with Mrs. Mizell's I to the story of the tourists following :

brother, 'A. D. Arnold. Addresses of welcome, Hon. S. J. last night the last day's ride, throughthe Invocation, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poul- $
Kennerly, mayor, on behalf of the cityof yur" fIineflfi'JQu
open prairie, was the best of all. son.Chorus
Palatka Mr. B. S. Jarrett, of Put-
; Glee Club.
Mr. E. S. Sperry has closed the Some of the party went to Key "
nam County Abstract company, Pa- Essay, "The Work of the Red Cross
Lakeview for the summer and with West and others whdidn't go but

Mrs. Sperry and daughter left yesterday latka. who were in cars with them, waited Society," Minna Harris. .A..LrT: -
Responses by Mr. E. L Mack, Bar- Oration "
"The Monroe Doctrine, .
for Bay Side, Maine. for their return at Miami, and will ,
tow, and Mr. Bert Fish, DeLand. Ernest Kirby Douglas.
.
arrive probably tonight or tomorrow.Mrs.

Mr. J. B. Magruder, who has been Roll call and registration of mem- L. C. Massey and Mrs. Bear- Chorus, Glee Club. Is first, last and all the time the important consid

in Atlanta, Ga., for the past ten days bers.Election dall, with Mr. Kennison driving, are Essay, "A Century of Peace," Kath-
of new members. erine Othelia eration in groceries.
Padgett. our
under the of and return
care an eye ear spe- taking a leisurely journey.

cialist, was expected home last night. Colson Annual, Gainesville.address, President B. R. They stopped at Palm Beach Friday Essay, "The Nobel Prizes," Bertha When quality is considered you will find our pricesare
Caroline Dawson.
night and will likely reach Orlando

Mr. and Mrs. Orth, from Tavares, Adjournment for luncheon. tomorrow. Presentation of diplomas, Mr. C. E. I lower than any grocery in the city.

Call to order, 2 p. m. Howard, president board of trustees. I
have returned their home
to after "
"We had time said Mr.
a great ,
All fresh.
goods guaranteed strictly
Address, "What a Complete Abstract Solo, Miss Gilchrist.
spending few days with their sisters
a John M. Cook, last night. "The people -
of Title Should Contain; aLawyer's Address, Dr. W. F. Blackman
Mrs. S. S. Gilbert and Mrs. Haz- of Miami treated us royally, and president -
Viewpoint, by Hon. RobertE. Rollins college.
lett. in fact everybody along the route was
Davis, of the Gainesville Bar association Benediction, Rev. J. F. McKinnon.
just as neighborly as could be. It
Mr. John L Overstreet, clerk of the Gainesville. I was an outing worth while, not an Orchestra. THE SANITARY GROCERY
Address, "The American Association -
Each of the graduates
circuit court in Osceola county, was accident of character to mar the twenty-one
any
of Title Men Hon. M. P.
by
forming these two classes has
in the city Friday and made many
arrange- pleasure of the tour. The worst roadswe CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Bouslog, of Gulfport, Miss., presidentof
ments with the Sentinel to print the encountered were between Kis- friends here who are interested in his

ballots for Osceola county. the American Association of Title I simmee and Orlando on our trip yes or her welfare, hence will gladly be 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Men. for this event. Its
present important
terday. The roads in Dade county are
Prof. Martin leaves this eveningfor unfortunate that the final com-
splendid, and we can't say too much
CHENEY CALLED AWAY AND
Chicago. He has been the guestof mencement exercises of these schools FLOWERS AND POTTED
about the good roads and the good ) CUT PLANTS.
Rev. C. B. Wetherell for the past BLACKMAN WILL SPEAK people of that county and Miami. could not be arranged for different

two weeks and has made many Those who arrived last night were: dates, the one regret of mutual I FUNERAL DESIGNS
Judge John M. Cheney was called
friends that of the enter-
friends his brief in Or- being any
lando. during stay suddenly away on business and left Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cook, Miss tainments should conflict, but thosein ... .I. . . . ,
Mayme Thornton, Mr. James DeLa-
last night on the midnight train toe
have to abide the
charge by appointed -
ney, Mr. Arthur Butt and wife and
> gone for a week'or more. He was dates for the end of the term. DEDICATED TO LITTLE JOHN
Messrs. J. H. Bear and E. M.Strong, Thomas Butt, Mrs. Florence Shine, White Star Market
to have delivered the commencement
The seniors and of both MALLORYHe
of Winter Park and Zellwood, the two Miss Mary Howard Mr. H. Clark juniors
,
oldest members of the Orange county address Tuesday evening to the grad- Robertson Miss Evans Miss Moore schools have held several merry class is gone like the sun at its setting, DUREX & COMPANY Proprietors
,
uating class of the high school, but affairs, preceding the cemmencement All radiant, beautiful, bright;
Democratic executive committee, were Mrs. Daugherty, Mr. J. D. Hennis, And has left us erstwhile in the
his business interfered.
among the Sentinel's welcome callers engagement 'Capt B. M. Sims, Mr. Witty, Mr. proper, with also a delightful banquetat shadow
Dr. W. F. Blackman, of Rollins college 11 11I
yesterday. Minor. the San Juan tendered the Cathedral And gathering clouds of the night.

has kindly consented to fill the seniors by the faculty, these having But we know that a glad tomorrow

place, and will deliver the address in had previous mention. Prof. Coleman Will come to us each again
-
NOTICE TO CONSIGNORS
When this Earthland, its anguish and
Judge Cheney's stead. A CORRECTION speaks highly of the good results sorrow

The Woman's Exchange will close Manager Dean of the Orland wishes I gained in the high school through this Its burning heartachings and pain,

for the season May 29th, and all con- WE ARE PREPARED to give your the Sentinel to correct the impressionthat i school year, and the faculty unite Shall have passed like the mist from
children the graded school work during the mountain,
signors will please withdraw goods the summer. This embraces English the menu appearing in the with the children in anticipating the And we shall see our lost darling

before that date. arithmetic, spelling, penmanship, Reporter-Star of yesterday was to be erection of the new school building again.

{ 5-24-tf L G. McLEAN. typewriting, and any other subjects served at his cafe today. The menu before the date for reopening this We shall meet in the blissful here- I ++ I
in the schools. South after
taught graded fall. ,
I that served to the election inspectors
ern Schools of Commerce, Hand. build- was In that fair celestial abode,
Try the Sentinel Job Department ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t yesterday. St. Joseph's AcademyThe In the mansions prepared for the

commencement exercises of St. righteous,

Joseph's academy will be held Friday Whose Builder and Maker is God.
tttlllllllilllMtMMIMItlttMttlMIMIIiltliillMMIMittMMMMttlMM Utt -Mrs. W. M. Shaffner. THE DISCERNING WOMAN
evening, May 29th, at 8 o'clock, in
J BUYS MEAT
'the Lucerne theater. The
program
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
i has not been definitely completed, but in that she knows will all be eaten.
WANTED-Unfurnished private
At The Lucerne room
Monday will be given later. Among the exercises house; light housekeeping; The tender, toothsome, juicy

now planned are an opening town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore kind that will be eaten to the

march by the pupils, and two interesting avenue, Orlando. 5-24 I last mouthful. Uneaten meat is

drills, one by the girls and a waste. If she buys her sup
house, bath,
SALE-Six room
FOR
one by boys. There will also be an hot and cold water, garage, hun- I plies here there will be none

address and several other interesting dred foot square corner lot, frontingon uneaten and thus no waste.

: features, including the awarding of a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net Phone 23

L .ed.cv; der," lines medals of for work.highest marks in some r care price Sentinel.$2,100, quick sale. Address 5-24-St"S," I, 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f


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The Elks purchased at auction Monday MMIIIIM I If your paper is not delivered
thrilling and sensational four reel feature show-
a very Apex the band stand that was erected Shoe Repairing promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

ing how a famous chemist is robbed of his pet formula for about two years ago on the courthouse

for use by the firemen's PARCEL POST
the of how the thief and his square by % WOOD, COAL AND ICE
making explosives; accomplice band. The Elks will have the stand
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal

are killed while trying to experiment with the same, and how moved is expected to the park that at arrangements their lodge will andit Men's Half Soles, 7sc to Ssc Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf


: : the sweetheart and father of the chemist finally come into be made to serve their members with Children's Ladies' Half Half Soles Soles, ,60c sOe to to 75c 750 Sentinel want ads. are money get-

music at least twice a week-Quincy

: : their own at the end. This picture is full of thrills and very Times. Heels Hand Turned Repaired Soles, $l.eo 25c ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.


: : strong scenes Eat what you want All work returned in 24 bourse
Ordtrs without remittance returned -
Eat all want.
you
C. 0. D. We pay ,
Take a postscript and forget it.

i Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents For sale by all druggists.l7d&w.lyrEat return postage. 1 I DR. J. C .HOWELL


Balcony 5 Cents to All. what you want. A. Hanson Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

Eat all you want. 19 East Pine Street No extra charge for house treatment

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THE PLACES Of WORSHIP 1:II 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I PEOPLE'S superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

WANTSMUNNIMAKERS
.y FOR REPRESENTATIVE- I I are all right, then why not put us to the test.

I hereby announce my candidacy for HepjraenUtive -
METHODIST CHURCH | from Orange county subject to
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. the action of the Democratic primary to be I '
z Howard, superintendent. Preachingat held June 2nd. This
Notices of Lost Wanted, For
J. H. REESE. Sale For Way
11 a. m., by the pastor. Epworth I Rent etc.. for this column 25c for one day.
League at 6:45 p. m.; Jas. N. Burden, FOR REPRESENTATIVE 60c for three days or $1.00 for one week for
president. Good music by the choir. l I II I.25 I words or less. Money must accompany
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the
advertisements fer this column as no
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE ,I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Representative U insertions will be made on credit Your doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your

Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. the action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to beheld FOR SALE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. S. S. GRIFFIN.
' Prayer meeting Wednesday after- Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
four old buds Foster
year ; Early,
noon at 3 o'clock.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
Bible study Thursday night at 7:30. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

All are welcome. hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahla,
Representative from Orange county for the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
next session of the Florida Legislature, subject
; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE to the Democratic primary to be held NOT THE
June 2nd. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster rare DOCTORS FAULTBut
Sunday school at 10
a. m. C. P. DICKINSON. bargain; recently completely overhauled
Services at 11 a. m. Sunday sub
; and made good as new in every -
: ject, "Soul and Body.
first class
FOR REPRESENTATIVE part; guaranteed con-
; Wednesday evening meeting at dition; must be sold at once, even at we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
' 7:45.Third Yielding to what appears to be the desire sacrifice. Come, or address, White
y floor corner South Orangeand of leading citizens in almost every precinct Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
of Orange county that of the
Church streets. Entrance on one candidates 4-23-tf .
Church street. to be nominated for Representative your doctor wrote it.Don't.
in the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
from the country precincts I hereby announce FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and

t| PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.

Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC 5-20-dlOt-wlmo
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2
Services at 11 "What BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING Forget
- a. m.; sermon, I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Indifference Can Accomplish." election as a Member of the County Board of your orange grove, or other real
: Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Public Instruction from District No. 2. Orange estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold,
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 County Florida. Orlando. Fla. Office at 25 East Pine

p.m.No M. M. SMITH. street after June 1st. 5-15-lw That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

service at night on account of MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

public school exercise at the Lucerne PROPERTY in the vicinity of NewYork be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor city, with residence to
theater.A exchange
cordial invitation to worship Board re-election of Public to Instruction the office Orange of Member County of for Orlando property on cash and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate

with us. from District No. 3, subject to the coming valuation. J. M., 307 West street, -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take r
pr DW1. Very respectfully Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w r

ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALRev. Zellwood Flan WM. EDWARDS. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople
FOR SALE Refrigerator child'sFoster
charge.. Henry R. Remsen, priest i FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Ideal crib, cane seated, chairs, who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

I hereby announce myself as a candidate dining table. No. 9 Liberty street,
Sunday after Ascension.The .
for re-electien to the office of Supervisor of corner East Pine. 521.3tFOR
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Registration for Orange County subject to
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd I. SALE-A lot of second hand

Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30. 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR doors, windows and blinds. Bargain
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:45. prices. Apply 411 South Main street.
The Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, princi COMMISSIONER 5-23-3t &
pal of the Cathedral school, will I hereby announce myself a candidate for DeLaney Abernethy
re-election as County Commissioner from
preach the baccalaureate sermon at District No. 1 of Orange county subject to FOR SALE-One piano. 1 gas stove,
the 10:30 a. m. service. the action of the primary of June fat You 1 oil stove, 1 suit furniture and
Y In the evening Rev. Mr. Remsen support will be greatly appreciated. child's iron bed and
mattress
will give another of M. O. OVERSTREET. ; cheap; Next Door tOe Store. Orlando
; sermon a series, leaving city. Apply 227 Boone street. Florida.
this being "The Kingdom of God on I FOR COUNTY TREASURER 5-24-lt ,
Y Earth: the Christian Church." : I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the ROSS) CARNATIONS, PANSIESand
Democratic of June ,
primary 2nd 1914. -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J. H. TUCKER. other cut flowers for sale. Orders

' Rev. Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pastor.Mr. filled for special entertainments. Hope Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent FOR SHERIFF Starbuck 405 E. Livingston avenue,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate or phone 521. 5-9-3tSun AND DO ALL KINDS OF
y of Sunday school Mr. Geo. W.
; for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the Look
Phillips, director of the choir; Ms r. Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. OPTICAL: REPAIRING through your desk and see if
William S. Branch, Jr.. organist. FRANK GORDON. WANTED-Experienced waiter, or Osteopathic there is not some stationery of which
Sunday school at 9:30 Classesfor waitress. Apply in person at the Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
a. m.
FOR SHERIFF Rest and Tea Room. at 24 and we will call, get
all ages and teachers with well] I announce myself as a candidate for the 132 Orange Avenue your
order and do the
prepared lessons. office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, WANTED-Grove work promptly and
Baracas subject to the Democratic primary I am a work pruning and iYr r at the lowest price consistent with
are after 100 men for theirclass. native of Orange county. In asking the votes doctoring trees a specialty, by experienced Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
Come and make them visit.
' a of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge horticulturist and orange best attention.
Sentinel
The morning worship at 10:45 with thtl es of the office without fear grower. Would take care of property up-stairs. Acute and chronic Court street.
the pastor in the pulpit. or favor to any man for the upholding of the
laws and the preservation of and good through summer r 2n* lent. Address diseases treatedTelephone
peace
The baccalaureate services of the order in the county. C. G. Hem,:, _1C .C est street, Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla,
high school will be held at the Lucerne I. WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. south. 5-22-6 578. DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato: Egg Plant and
at 7:30 p. m., in which all the Pepper Crates. 4-29m
churches to FOR COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. WANTED of 55 OPTOMETRIST
are expected unite. man able to care
DISTRICT NO. I
The
subject of the sermon will be for stock and do other work desire
f Mastery of Jesus." < home. Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) Rubber Stamps made to order at
The public is cor I hereby announce myself as a candidate a L A. Williams, Gen. Delivery 125tf.
?is Warman's
dially invited.B. for the office ef Member of the Count; city. 5-14-lw he kind you want. Where to getif i Repair Shop.
Y. P. U. at 6:30 m. Mr. Eugene Board of Public Instruction from Schoo That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO FLORIDA
p. ; -
Board District N 8. 3. subject to the actioi 111': riran.
LOST-Two
i Reid, president of the Democratic primary. June 2nd. 1911 Airdale terriers; weigh 120tfPhone If you want your bicycle fixed in r
Prayer and fellowship meeting on If elected I will give thoughtful attentionthe to about 35 pounds each; names Put money in thy purse by advertising a hurry take it to Warmansi RepairShop. ,
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. educational interests of the county and: "Sandy" and "Michael." Reward.E. 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel 12.5.tf. .
faithful service. Beeman. 5-12-tf
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FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC FOUND-Bulb for auto horn. Owner- Mill MIMIMHMHHMIfMMIflMIOmMMMMI \" \,m '"
have it \ ,
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 may by identifying and paying HMIMMtllHIMHIOHMMMMHIUIMMit i i IMf44IT'S
MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy for this notice. Call at Sentinel.

Claude L'Engle the I office hereby of announce Member myself of the County as candidate Board for If SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER to

Public Instruction from School Board District first III TO TAKE UP I U HOUSE
twenty students
No. 2. subject to the action of the Democrat enrolling in the
Dont't Get Stung- primary. June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will Business College. You must act at
give due attention to the work of the office, once in order to obtain advantage of
May bees are good little in and interests endeavor of to be fair to all the school it. Southern Schools of Commerce,
the



In But Don't sects the they waste June, don't primary-time fly in on June May ty District Commissioner am FOR 2.a candidate COUNTY If elected county.of for COMMISSIONERI I Orange promise the J. office B.county to REDDITT.serve of Conn from thepeople Hand building.FOR RENT 5-24-3t f FURNISHING R I 1 6 (QUESTION) [ IN R REAL[ l lEA.E


bees. to the best of my ability having resided FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with
Some other here a number of years I am qnali;- electric lights and bath, close in,
man may be all fied to know the needs of the section an! four blocks from postoffice. 7 West

e right for you in Congress; the people. Respectfully Robinson avenue, city. 5-22-3t : .TESTOUf

Some other man may be in A. C. STARBIRD
line with De. Apopka. Fla. .
mocracy.progressive FOR COMMISSIONER NICELY FURNISHED 'HO IE on stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

I hereby aeee tar* B Some other man may be re-election as Commissioner from District :Nc. October, also six room unfurnished delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
able to think for the S, Orange county Florida subject to the
people action ef the Democratic primary to be held cottage. Address Kentucky Home pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
after election June Zed, 1914.
But may be some, other man J. L DILLARD. 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk in every sense of the word.MlllliiilMIMMIIIMMIIiHIIIIIIIMiMHMMIMIIIIiliiH.

won't FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
RENT-Two office spaces in -
And may be you'll get I hereby announce myself as a candidate our store at No. 9 W. Church street.

stung fooling with him. for District County Four Commissioner subject to,the Orange action County of the Electric Come in and we will show you. Pierce ; | CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

You know that Claude Democratic primary June %Dd, 1914. I wil1 Co. 3-29-tf
'
L'Engle is NOT a may be; greatly appreciate your support.Yours truly TO RENT-Some very desirable mod to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join1 -

'You know that he Rill I Pin. Castle Fla. C. J. SWEET. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
think and act for you, 4-26-tf ing duos, or any other /or11l lities. Our salesmen will explain this
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Because he is now in Congress I announce mysej as a candHate for reo e feature to
election to the office of County Commissioer. MISCELLANEOUSNANCY you.
this
doing
very thins Orange County District Five anb
When you can get a sure to the decision of the Democratic primary, MMIMMIMIIIIMIMMIHIIMCMMIMMtlftlMMItmillMMHKincaid
thing June. 2nd, 1914. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
Respectfully potato slips at $1.75
Don't risk the best chance E. L BROWN per 1000.
Ft Christmas Fla. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
that ever happened. Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf

Y Claude L'Engle has been I hereby FOR announce TAX my ASSESSOR candidacy for the OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The
time-tried and fire-test office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject Florida Meat Market & Snowden
to the action of the Democraitc prim Fresh meats
ed in the fights for the called for Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-
L people's rights. elected I pledge you my faithful service. son. Your patronage solicited. S.

He is the one sure thing ARTHUR BUTT. Belch, proprietor. 5.3-lm -

for you in this race for I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTOR myself as a tv ndi date Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., Furniture of Characterat

Congress in the Fourth of for Orange re-election County to the subject office to of the Tax Democrat Collector for prices on Cow Peas 4-29n

District.He PrunI3rto be held June 2nd 1914. If reelected -
is there for I pledge to you my faithful servic, First class Brazing
one term, as I have endeavored to give in the past a specialty at Prices.
Keep him there for another w. t:. IdAKTI Warman's 12.5-tf. Repair Shop o. Court St. Popular ........

Vote for Claude L'Englefirst
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford
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I Take a chance second 2, Orlando. 3.5.}f 5.19tf., Fla. Write or phone for prices. : Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ; i


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WilD S SCENES[ [ IN COURT WHfN[ enclosure. Another woman removedher City Collector J. W. Hook of Bal- BARGAIN INORANGE tmttMtmummtttMiniMiMMmmiMiMMM
hat and hurled it at the head of timore is happy because he has received -
the magistrate.Buy a letter from Secretary Tu
MIliTANT "SUffS"! ARRAIGNED multy thanking him in the president'sname GROVETen THE MARKETOf

your garden seed from DeLa- for a letter indorsing the administration's -
ney & Abernethy. Just received a
policy in the Mexican
Hearing Had to Be Suspended Because big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf '
of the Din Made by situation. Cleanliness Of Quality
acres on beautiful lake
the Prisoners
IIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL'IIIIIIIII two and one half miles from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS

London, Eng., May 22.The "wild court house in the fastest grow- FISH AND GAME

women" of the Women's Social and Beck & ing section of Orange County,
Political Union, the militant suffragette Paynes Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
organization, today continued Seven hundred orange and grape
' r their terrorizing tactics. fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !

_ F King George and Queen Mary were Cash Grocery full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
\ compelled to listen to the harangue
.. of a suffragist this afternoon while big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

they were attending a matinee at His getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
Majesty's theater. A woman rose in
the stalls and began to address the Present crop on trees indicate

king. shrieked. STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET I
she
Russian
"You czar,
$6,500. Cash $JOOO. Balance on
The attendants quickly rushed in and .
tried to get her out but found she terms. ft M. Self & Co.
was chained to the seat. They had to Nice new stock. White Rose
E file through a link before she could $ PINE
' be removed. brand .Canned goods, Fox River Butter Cooper .Atha STREET

Shortly before two militants made s Phone No. 80UMiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiimiiiiMtiimtiiiinii
lit South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
separate attacks upon art treasuresin "Pride" the highest grade butter-
the National gallery and the Royal Phone No. 311 '

academy, ruining several valuable in Call and cash
paintings and fifty-seven women arrested -I e.. get our prices.

yesterday in connection with iMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiinHHiiiMiiiimiHiiiiiiiiiMetmHI i
the demonstration at Buckingham

r palace caused a riotous scene in the 11 West Robinson Avenue
Bow street police court. While the
attendants were removing the offender -
at His Majesty's theater, a tumultuous M. SLElVIONS
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Halfa
demonstration took place. .
dozen women in different parts of

the theater started shouting at the w .
king. One of them jumped upon the
floor and commenced a speech. When Fare 3oor New Arriving Daily
she had been thrown out others be- DAILY t1ETWEENLEVELAN 9
BUffALO

gan.Eventually all the disturbers were D
e ejected. The police on duty outside : .

had a struggle to save them from .
rough handling by the hostile crowd. t

An attempt early today by suffra- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
gettes to burn Stoughton hall, a pic-
9 : made Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
by
turesque mansion at Leicester, was HE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE1 "King Quality" Shoes.

frustrated by the watchfulness of a Length. Crater 500 feet in;breadth coat-larger 98 feet to all 6 india properUoM 510 ltatnoomaud neher appoiatmeata-llwa parlors -=.oo.ting any 1300:atcamer pameipnrn. oa. Boys' Suits, Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel;.
passing gamekeeper who noticed a inland waters of be world. Interne June 13th.Magnificat .
column of smoke arising from the Steamers"SEEANDBEE."-Qty of Erie"tad"City of Buffalo" Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

house and awakened the caretakers Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar1at to Dec.1st
I Ce.
: Best place in the city to trade.
They quickly extinguished the flames.A a Iaft Buffalo ':00 P.11. Leave OercLoul ':00 P.H.
y .
Aime Cleveland
7.30A.M. Arrive BaLlo 740A.M.
lone but most belligerent suffra- (Eaatera Standard Tune)
gette today slashed and damaged five ComMcdont at Cleveland tod'at.u..Jby.Toledo.Detroit and all point*Ted and Sonthwnt.Railroad .
caskets reading between Boflalo and Cleveland are good for tranaportaUoa oar tteamen.
pictures in the National gallery. Ask your ticket agent Cue tickets via C.&:B.Line Trite na for handsome illustrated booklet free.
,Among them were four valuable old THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland O. W. M. SLBM
li paintings by Giovanni Bellini. L
:k Friday is students' day at the Na-
tional gallery and the rooms were
well filled with young artists engagedin
To the West
copying masterpieces. Suddenly "'llllllllllllllltlt
r in the Venetian room a middle aged
woman drew a loaded stick from be- -
neath her cloak and made several vicious -
DIXIE LIMITED
slashes at all the pictures within -
t reach. Students and attendants
SOUTH AU
soon succeeded in overpowering her.
i At about the same time a picture I
hanging in the Royal Academy was
I Dixie! Dix
badly damaged by another suffra Limited. F1
gette. She was arrested. T Orlando. A. C. L..1U am 3:13
r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am 1:30
The magistrate who attempted todAy T Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25
T Wayeross, A. C. L......1L:50am 10:251
the of the
to hear cases fifty-
I r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15r
seven women arrested in connection : Atlanta; C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:251
with yesterday's disturbance at r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55))
I r Nashville, N. C. & St. L 4:50 am 4:30 J
Buckingham palace was compelled to
suspend the proceedings on accountof Ar St. Louis. L C.& L. &N. 2:50 pm 7:201

the din created by the prisoners.The Ar Hopkinsville L. & N........... 6:21
scenes when the fifty-seven Ar Evansville, L & N..... 9:28 am 9:25
Ar Terra Haute. C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Bepids, G, R.& L ,,,,,,,
prisoners were arraigned surpassed Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland, fiig Fonr 2:45 p
...
in wildness all previous efforts of the -
t ; militant party. A male suffragistwho I DIXIE LIMITED '" SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MUTILATE
Solid train composed of section drawing'
somehow had found a perch Solid train
composed
loom sleeping can, observation compartment of electric light ,
among the rafters blew ear-piercing an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and
co&c I
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville It :
variations of the "Marsellaise" on a ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Lousvilte and Cincnnafl! a t
cornet and then sounded the "charge." DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between nag Iadi&napo'
This was the signal for volleys of Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman JubeDville a
artment observation sleepers and eleetlie sleeping tar betty A
bags of flour and other missiles to be ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First l cbonville and Grand Rapids on Yon
thrown at the magistrate, Sir John lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car d Thursdays of each week. '
Dickinson. areas meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincmna"?

Three policemen were required to UK-T1CKKTS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND KPORMATIOV. WRITE OR
prevent one of the prisoners from 1 W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D.. WHITE, Depet Ticket CAU. 0

throwing herself over the rail of the Atlantic Coast, Line Orlando AEfD

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Attention3o Pop Wallace Will Bring Team From
m Jrompt Courtesy
Loughman to Meet Local
i" < DetailsTHE Ohlf Talent in Orlando


'i< Manager "Pop" Wallace and his assistant .: :
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f.i Clyde Pounds with their team
.
: of semi-professionals will arrive next .
STATE BANK OF ORLANDO Thursday[ to battle with Orlando's

best baseball talent, and a good game rI 4 A.
J i. can be expected, although most of our :: .
.. men have been out of the game for ." ,
:t THE PANAMA CANAL WAS DUG BY the past two seasons.It :: : :' ., :
: .". .1': I::::
hard tussle
has been a to start "Ior-
} PLAN : Pci'J
the ball rolling, but through the efforts I
i Every achievement worth while was of the local boys a team has
in to been organized that will be able to THAT
planned advance-every step completionwas # FLAG
cope successfully with the best local
carefully thought out.
a That is why many individuals in this community teams Summer in the baseball state. now appears to : ''Iic; stands) for the protection of life
'
have been able to build up substantial rest solely in the hands of the citi- and property of American Citizens

bank accounts. Saving money is not an acci zens of Orlando. If the boys are encouraged UlIllll everywhere !
dent. by a large crowd at the first
game they say that they will do their ,1iIir and
There should be
a plan-the plan should -
utmost to have a game here every IllIll! the
{ be followed carefully-do not give upbet Thursday afternoon. We must admit : : same Government protects

persistent. that they have shown their spirit by : their finances v/hen entrusted to ,

Always let the first step in your plan to neglecting their work and giving their .. \ to this "National" Hank, which is .
save money be the starting of your Savings time to the task of awakening the :- r

Account with this bank. Baseball enthusiasm that has lain dor- .. under Government_ supervision
mant for the past two years. Let ;..'. .. ..
every fan make it a point to be out
in a body to give the'boys a cheer '.-. .',. ...
,
f whether they win or lose. ::: '; .
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1u At the present writing it looks as : ... ... .'.', ::;:.... ,':'......... ::
if Windham and Beardall will be the .. .' _, h '"
battery to start the game, supportedin ... KL'i.j;: ;! j;
the field by Earl Gore, Frank
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4MilllMMIItMMMitlttMlltttlMMHMMIIHiMMiWe Crabb, Flynn, Beeman, Rodenbaughand '-........-
Frank Smith. This is subject to
Will Put the Reins change if better ball players appear : '
before the game, so if there is anyone ; l. : L 0 I
in town who can play baseball, let ;
: of Success Your
in him come out and win a place on the : .

3 Y Hands squad.The gamevill be called at 3:30p. r'r''i: : ..:' ".:'.: .': .. .. ..... .... ': "" ":::;;:.:: ::'..:.,',
m. and the admission will be only
twenty-five cents. Please leave
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x a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative STUDY LAW " "


call on you.' He will give you a ; ;, ., .HiiiiimtHMMtMiiiiiiimiiiiimitittt. .
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your fruit ;... whole adopted.The,"meeting.and thus then the adjourned resolution to was din : 1!" GRAND THEATER


ner at the Orland cafe.
Among those present were:
: H. A. Newell, Philip Dale, D. W.
T m rn r rnm r Ce Prescott, Thos. M. Henkel, Robt. Co COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !
k hoon, M. V. Dillard, J.-H. Sadler, H.
C. Moore, E. J. Cox, Frank Gordon, HIMtHHtllMtlttiHfittlltlii .
| ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAItMMtlMMIIMIMMfltlllMMHMHIMIMIHMIMM: P. M. Moseley, G. W. Spahr, J. E. MMHIIimillM

I Rose, A. Wichtendahl, W. C. James,
? t Seth Woodruff, B. F. Gore, W. M.
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rF, iHllilMMIIIIilHillMliilMMIIMMIiliMIIIIIII,. C. J. Sweet, J. H. Reese, W. E. Murphy -
I E. A. Quigg, A. M. Hancock,
S. S. Griffin, A. B.'Newton, W. F.
COW PEAS : McDonald, J. W. Mst-hett, A. Schultz,
A. W. Evans, A. 2. I*ill:-, A. M.Star-

I I,, C.bird Starbird, L W.,Tilden Frank, J.H.A.Williams Barber,, A.A. "THE f ADVENTURES O [ T [ Of f KTHLYNI"L

x ,, W. Hurley, J. F. Harris, T. P. War-
I .
low,J. P. Hawthorn,J. H. Bear, C. :K.I I.
;k We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- : 'Pomeroy, W. E. Simmons, 0. H. Tan- .

; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write,for quotations, naming : ner, C. F. Russ, Wm. N. Behrens, ., "
s I. L. Hodges, D. B. Sphaler, G. W. "Pathe
Weekly.
quantity desired. Price sure right. I Crawford, W. J. Mims, J. W. Dann,

I E. M. Strong, Jno. E. Merrill, L Gar-
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
rett, W. M. Hansel, A. D. Davis.
all kinds. The following excellent menu was
served by Manager Dean:
: Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers I Cream of Chicken a la Reine


r ; etc. Phones 181191. Fillet of Queen Sole Pommes Olives aux Gratin en Surprise SDecialMdS1C l i by J "Tai"t" Orclietra r S *


.. IF1 button Veal Croquettes >
Asparagus Tips Julienne Potatoes
lOc.'i
Stuffed Roast Fowl with Guava Jelly
SANFORD, FLORIDAMUTILATED New Potatoes Garden Beets French Peas i | | CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS i


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Cafe Noir --
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After dinner the committee assembled +MIIIMIMMIIMM ItlllMIMMMIHHHi
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by Mr.to J.consider IL Bear a,resolution of Winter offered Park,

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: Our new line for the Springand

Summer season of 1914 is

now complete. Never in the his-

tory of our business have we

been able to show such a line of

new and timely goods for Eas-

ter selling. Our line of Dress
Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli-
I Ready-to-Wear goods and
notions is complete-the stylesare
Twenty-five thousand crossties have varied enough to suit
I been assembled at the docks of the 'i the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with f
Gulf, Florida & Alabama railroad and I: every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the .
will supply the first steamer cargo togo j: Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
from this port to New York. The p. the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent.
steamer is expected the latter part of :heaper than the regular prices.
I this week to load the shipment, which We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
|has been bought up by contractors fOU our line if you will call on us.
here and will be supplied the big ri'loads -
of the East. Contracts coverIng -
the entire summer have been
ade through this section and the;:
m NeW Nor BaigainStole
ies are being brought in over all''I I
[hree local railroads.-Pensacola Note :

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