The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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






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First Section of they Booster Train OFFICE Registered Nurse of Jacksonville

CBUIACATES Of MINE SS SUSPICIOUS Returned Saturday Followedby Appears Before Civic League in fiNAllY SPIRITED AWAY TO fARM HOUSE[


second section of the booster The monthly meeting of the Civic
automobile train returned Sunday MAINTAINS PRIMARY OBJECT OF VISIT TO League was held yesterday afternoon I j jin
afternoon, following within less than THAT HE HAS BEEN LIBERAL CAPITAL IS TO ADDRESS > the Chapter House, Mrs. Edwards I AFTERNQON -
TESTIFY THAT MADE twenty-four hours the first party who presiding. HIS MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE
THEM ILLWashington arrived at 9 o'clock Saturday night. I OF TWO MONTHS
The minutes were read, and the
There are certain stragglers who I treasurer reported a balance of 217.
May 25.-(Special.)- have not arrived yet, but the bulk of 32 in the bank. Danville, Ill., May 25.Special.Louis ( .)-
Another page out of Wall street's the tourists have gotten home and are The corresponding secretary, Mrs.I R. Palmount, the Milwaukee

"Who's Who" will be read tomorrow telling of the pleasures and perils of J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof Washington, May 25.-Col. Theo- L. G. Starbuck, read a number of interesting prohibition worker, who disappearedfrom

q before the Interstate Commission the trip. Perhaps it would be more public instruction, last night gave dore Roosevelt will be received by I communications, among I, West\ille near here March 31,

when the names of the New Haven proper to say the peril, for there was out the following statement: President Wilson at the White House which was a letter from the Bartow j and for whom a wide search was

directors will be called to testify. but one-when the automobiles On Sunday, May 10th, during my tomorrow afternoon. The president board of trade, requesting information -I made, went before the grand jury this

Among the men who hav been ordered I crossed the railroad bridge at Stuart absence in Columbia, S. C., on impor- invited the colonel to lunch with him, ; as to how the Orlando league had I!I afternoon to tell the story of his kid-

to appear before the commis- because the winds were so high and tant educational business, an article but Mr. Roosevelt found it impossibleto prevailed upon the Northern property naping and detention in an abandoned

sion are E. D. Robbins, general coun- the waters so treacherous that it I appeared in the Morning Sentinel,and reach Washington in time: He owners to keep their lots in order cellar for eight weeks.

sel of the New Haven; Morton F. looked too dangerous to make the trip in other papers of different dates, on sent word, however, he would be delighted the year round, and asking for other :1: Palmont said he was attacked by

Plant, Louis Sasselyard, and Wm. across in the ferry. the Orlando school situation, by Mr. to call on the president during information regarding civic improve- !: two men the night of March 31 at the

Rockefeller. Whether these men will "It was go across on the railroad LeRoy Giles. Owing to the complete I the afternoon. ment. i[i l Big Four railroad crossing at West-

j reach the stand is another question. bridge or give up the trip," said Mr. occupation of my time while away Colonel Roosevelt's visit to the A most interesting report of the ville, loaded on a hand car and transferred -

Today an affidavit was filed with James A. Knox yseterday. "The peo- and the accumulated work that met White House will be his first since work done by the Colored Chic I I later to an automobile.

4 the commission stating that Plant is ple at the ferry told us that the me on my return I have been unable 1910 and his second since he retired League of Orlando was read. This I 1 I Four men, two Americans and two

'? too ill to appear. Other affidavits of waters would probably not recede for hitherto to give attention to this arti- from the presidency. On his former report outlined the work accomplishedin i i>Italians, pushed him down between

I a similar nature are on the way. days. We got into communicationwith cle. I would not take any public no- cart\ he did not see President Taft as sanitation, education, streets and i!i: them and compelled him to bend over

Rockefeller sent such an affidavit the railroad authorities at' St. tice of this article at this late date, the latter was out of the city. playgrounds. Orlando is one of the I'so I that he could not be seen. When

many days agoNotwithstanding.. Augustine and asked permission to except for certain charges contained Progressives in congress today four cities in Florida where colored :[! he attempted to rise they struck him
this precaution on : cross on the railroad bridge, but this therein that may mislead some who were planning to talk over the polit- leagues co-operate with the white over the head.

the part of Rockefeller the commis- wasn't granted outright. The rail- are not thoroughly familiar with the ical situation with the former pres- leagues, and the negro women here !j i After several hours he was placed

soin is going to see for itself today road people told us that no trains ident tomorrow. Representative Hine- are faithfully doing their part toward j: in the cellar of an abandoned house.

that Examiner McAdams is sent to would cross the bridge between the case.The most noticeable feature of Mr. baugh of Illinois, in charge of Pro- the betterment of civic conditions.Mrs. Where this house is he didn't.know.

New York to examine Mr. Rockefel- hours of 4 and 7, and this we took as Giles' article is the entire absence of gressive congressional work, con- Hal Beardall, of the public The cellar was eleven feet high, and

r' ler. If :McAdams concludes that the tacit consent to use the structure. any attack on my real position. The ferred with his party colleagues and health committee, reported that the had no windows. Food such as may

financier is able to testify in Washington "But it was dangerous business," only position I have taken is, that the announced that the Progressive dele- fly film had been secured and would I be bought at grocery stores was

,:a he will come. continued Mr. Knox, "steering a car law requires a school day of not less gation in congrss would have an .opportunity soon be shown in the city, and also thrown down.

One of the commissioners said today across a bridge without any railing than five_hours and not more than six, to go over the situation that literature had been secured on I Last Friday night Palmont' declared
that too affidavits had exclusive of recesses, and that this with the colonel while he is in the the subject. Reports were also heard
+ many fifty feet above the stream. It re- I j I the same four men and the same machine -
i been floated to make the sickness of quired iron nerve and a steady hand. law is fundamental to the interests of city.Mr. from the chairmen of the streets and I I were used to spirit him away

the directors plausible and they pro- Nobody but the drivers went across in our public schools and should be sus- Hinebaugh will go to Philadel- parks committee, the educational and I from Westville. He was taken omt

pose to have the commission's own the cars, and they moved very slowly, tained and complied with. This is my phia and there meet the expresidentand special committees, and the names of I I and then landed at the house where

physicians to do the examining here- going at the rate of not more than sole contention, and though a lawyer, accompany him to Washington. six new members were placed on the II!jhe was found Saturday afternoon by

after. two or three miles an hour. The pas- Mr. Giles does not offer a word of argument Immediately after Colonel Roosevelt's roll.It I'I farm hands near Columbia, Ill.I .
I sengers were taken across in launcheson to show that my contentionis lecture before the Geographic society was voted that section 1, article I

the side of the bridge which the legally untenable. He does not tomorrow evening he and the Pro- 5, of the constitution be transferred II I

HIGH S SCHOOL l "GRADS" nruvER structure shielded in some measure even assert that it is untenable. He gressive congressmen will go into session to the by-laws, and that the number(j I fANS GETTING. READY fOR BIG

against the high winds." relies for the defense of the board of over party plans. Senators Clapp of members needed to constitute a
INTERESTING[ [ ClASS PROGRAM Mr. Knox gave "an interesting account trustees, of which he was chairman, and Poindexter, Representative Hine- quorum be reduced from twenty to GAME[ THURSDAYPractice R
and for the defense of the county baugh and others in both houses will fifteen.It .
of the wonderful fertility of the
board of public instruction upon be present and the conference will was moved that the monthly
soil of the Everglades and the section
Large Crowd Assembled to Hear the below Miami in the neighborhood of charges brought against me. undoubtedly continue until the colonel meetings be suspended until October, Is Getting the Orlando
These charges leaves for New York at 1 a. m. at'the call .
Members in Clever Speechesand Detroit. The dinner given on the are: except of the president.Miss Giants Limbered Up for the
RecitationsLast Davie farm in the Everglades con- 1. Inconsistency. Baker, R. N., of Jacksonville,
2. The suppression of facts. CATTLEMEN WILL DISCUSS DIPPING talked Great Contest
sisted of a great variety of vegetables by request, on the subject of
all The charge of inconsistency mightbe REGULATIONS sanitation, and although brief her ad-
and fruits the farm.
at 8 o'clock large grown
night a admitted in a general the dress both The fans the
There were kinds that he had way on was helpful and inspiring.Miss are getting ready for
crowd assembled at the high school
grounds that all men are inconsistent. Kissimmee, Fla., May 25.-The recent Baker expressed her pleasure at first game of summer baseball, which
auditorium to hear the never seen before, said Mr. Knox,
s pro- I have never seen a consistent man, shipments of cattle from this the improvements which had taken will be staged at the fair grounds
palatable and certain to have a mar-
of the school "class
f cises.gram exer- ket value whenever they are introduced and I have never read of but One. point to other states has developedthe place in Orlando since her last visit, Thursday afternoon between "Pop"Wallace's
In the particular stand which I have fact that the regulations by the six years ago, and was most enthu- semi-pro team of Loughman -
and become known. Among I
The school orchstra openedthe .
high taken in the school case cited aboveI United States government and by the siastic over the work being carriedon and the local Giants. The local
these was a delicious melon some-
evening with a splendid overture, submit, however that I have been several in the the Civic lads in
states regard to dip- by League. She empha- are engaging practice daily,
thing like a cantaloupe, but the name
which followed
was by an appropriate entirely consistent. I have consist- ping of cattle are rather difficult to sized the great importance of fight- and there is every indication that the
address of welcome by Miss Lo- of it had eluded Mr. Knox. He knew
ently and persistently held to this harmonize. It has been the house that first will be
that it was powerfully good and suggested byC. ing fly, saying "a fly game one of real class
rena contention that the law requires five A. Carson, representing the cattle in the house is as out of place as a and entertainment.
tickled the palate pleasantly.Mr. .
I Miss Bessie Berry read the long hours as a school day, and that this men here, that representatives of the pig in the parlor." Miss Baker spokeof The boys who have started the
of the class and Miss Mildred Arthur Butt asserted that he
law should be complied with. That I United States bureau of animal industry the fly as a germ carrier, and the movement for summer ball are deserving -
Williford made the presentation never had so much fun in his life be-
have consistently maintained this position the state board of health, the necessity of having all foodstuffs II!I of great credit, and it is to
fore, and didn't get tired until he got
speech.The Mr. Giles admits in his article railroad officials and the cattle inter- properly screened. The only way of'!'I!be hoped that they will be given good
high school paper, known as back and started assessing taxes and says that I might be commendedfor ests of Osceola county meet for a con- securing this, thinks she, is for the,'support. They have assumed not only
"High School Echo," was read by; again. The party had everything in the stand I have taken if I were ference. The time and place of the housekeepers to insist that the stores I I the responsibility of putting up an
Miss Elbeth Mulholland and sight at Miami, and in fact all the
very not inconsistent. He cites three instances conference has not yet been decided where they purchase their supplies be II I exhibition against a well organized
much enjoyed. After a selection by way everybody being generously
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of my inconsistency.First upon., protected by screens or netting. {i team already in the game, but have
the orchestra Mr. W. P. Walton, Jr., courteous. At Fort Pierce the party I
that I have signed warrantsfor It is settled that St. Cloud will give Mrs. Fuller spoke briefly of the .. taken the risk of the expense, whichis
made address to the undergraduates chartered a moving picture theater
an teachers of first, second and third the Fourth of July celebration this meeting of the executive board of the considerable. The game should be
in few well chosen words and had the entire performance to
a grades, when their daily sessions have year in Osceola county, and elaborate State Federation recently held at well patronized, and if the weatheris
which was cleverly responded to by themselves."I been less than five hours. In answerto arrangements are being formulatedin Gainesville, and mentioned a resolu- favorable it probably will be.

Mr. Sidney Newell. had the time of my life," reported this it may be legitimately contended order to have a grand celebration. tion which would be discussed at the'I'I Negotiations are pending for a

The last will and testimony of the Miss Mary Howard, deputy in i that when a large majority of annual meeting of the Federaton in : game with Sanford the Thursday fol
( class was carefully detailed by Miss County Clerk B. M. Robinson's office. a school is conducted five hours
I a day, BASEBALL RESULTS Lakeland next November.The lowing. The Sanford team is prepar-
Edith Rambo. "Everybody enjoyed it; there was so the school as such is so conducted; National League meeting was then adjourneduntil ing for the struggle, and while ex-

Miss Dorothy Siemens was well much to do that we didn't have timeto I just as we say the action of two mem- Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 6. the last Monday in October. j 1 I pressing some fear that Orlando hasit
chosen to make the interesting prophecy get tired until it was all over. The bers of a board of trustees composed Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 4. j on them they have said that they
of the class, after which a fitting; people at Miami were lovely, and did I of three
members is
the action of the Chicago 5, New York 1. TWO PLAYS GIVEN BY CATHEDRAL are willing come down and make a
compensation was deliverd by .Miss everything possible for our pleasure." I board, though one member, a third of St. Louis 2, Boston 3. STUDENTS trial. All local talent is the stipula-

Katherine Padgett. the; board, did not concur. So in a American League Last evening two most enjoyable tion. Orlando has fine material for a

The closing number of the eveningwas DEATH OF D. H. BRYANTMr. I( decision of the supreme court, the New York 0, Chicago 1. plays were given at the Cathedral good ball team, and if the boys makea

a selection by the orchestra, t concurrence of all the members of the Boston 0, Cleveland 3. school, and the young ladies who par- good beginning it will likely mean
whose good work during the evening Davis Hall Bryant, 74, died at court is not required in order to make Philadelphia 6, it.; Louis 2. ticipated"were greeted by a most en- that the series will be kept going

4'elicited much applause and favorable the WTintermere Sunday night at 10 i the decisions valid. So in politicalI Washington 10, Detroit 1. thusiastic and appreciative audience. through the summer.

comment o'clock. He and Mrs. Bryant came to I elections. It is seldom that any candidate Federal League "Manners and Modes," and "The

Orlando from New York five years I receives a total of all the votes. Pittsburg 3, Indianapolis 5. Kleptomaniac," both comedies in one CRIMINAL COURT IN SESSION

REFUGEES REPORT CONDITIONS ago, and had conducted the Winder- Yet a candidate who receives a ma- Brooklyn 0, Chicago 4. act were presented, and both Miss 'i Criminal court convened yesterday

CHAOTIC IN MEXICO CITY 1 I mere as a winter home for tourists.He I jority of the votes is said to be elected Baltimore 6, St. Louis 5. Shepherd, under whose direction they morning, and a number of minor cases
Vera Cruz, May 25.-Special.-( ) was highly respected and his by the people. By the Buffalo 4 Kansas 8. and the deserving
I same principle City were given, girls are were disposed of during the day.
Refugees arriving tonight from Mex- i death was occasion for general re- I it may be properly! contended Southern League of much praise for the delightful Those serving as jurors are Messrs.R. .
ico City say that Belem prison is s He is survived by his wife and 1'!
that when the bulk of a school maintains Birmingham 4, Memphis 1. entertainment. H. Williams, Wm. Snell' Wm. Bum-
filled nightly with prisoners who are s one daughter, Mrs. Edward Geer, of 1 a five hour daily session, the law Atlanta 13, Mobile 5. Those in the case were Misses Dor- by, T. P. Robinson, J. M. Slemons,

taken out the following morning and 1 New York. Mr. Geer was called to> !'1 is not violated by excusing a small Chattanooga 8, New Orleans. 4. othy Johnson, Ruth Isaacson, Ella W. N. Walker, J. W. White, A. J.

r sent away to serve in the army. Con- Orlando last week by the illness of I fraction of the school for reason. I Montgomery 8, Nashville 4. Siemens, Helen Warlow, Berta Lang- Willis, G. E. Hudson, E. S. Fisher,

ditions at the capital are described as> Mr. Bryant, and he accompanied Mrs. Now, this contention instead of furnishing : South Atlantic League enbach, lone Neal, Nelle Kinzel, Jane J.V.. Gentry, and E. G. Hauselt.

moving rapidly toward the dangermark. Bryant on the trip to New York, grounds for the charge of in- Augusta 1, Jacksonville 0. Greene, Carrie Dade, Ruth Bourlay,

The indications are the Min- where the interment will take place. I j consistency is an evidence of liberal- Columbia 7, Macon 0. Carrie Hooks, Olive Dinkel, Marian Curtis & O'Neal will insure your

ister of War Blanquet looked uponas i The body was shipped yesterday af ity and breadth of view in interpret- Charleston 3, Columbus 1. Smith, Marian Jones, Marguerite property, sell you a grove, loan you
the man of the hour.
ternoon. (Continued on page 4) Savannah 1, Albany 0. Hodgson, Mary D. Rowan. money, or rent you a house.I
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OF JESUS." wish and that wish developed in the r FORAGE CROPS _.. .a.._...-..
chief ambition of his life, viz: "I want
I (Baccalaureate Sermon For Orlando and mqst have Scotland's crowa"; 1t / eurnftfr'
I High School: at Lucerne: Theater, and that wish and ambition becamehis Perhaps the best forage crops for
I Sunday Evening, May 24th. Rev. master! "Your life," the great Florida are Japanese cane, sorghum, ( !

I Edward T. Poulson, D. D.) artist seems to say, "will come from velvet beans, Chinese beans, Yokohama -
I Members of the Board of Education )-'lr hidden wish and chief cI slre. beans, and beggar-
I Faculty, Graduating Class of I Think of it! Man whose will can cowpeas, When
weed. ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-
I the High School. Ladies and Gentlemen tunnel the most resisting mountains, SI
I : weather the severest storms, harness i Japanese cane is propagated by tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and
I You honor us by your presence on and put to work the mighty electric cuttings. It can be planted any time
I this occasion and we are glad to.wel- currents, climb the skies and read
from November to April. It requires Edison Talking Machines and Records All
I glittering stars-he can do all ,
come you to the worship of this hour. yon
As you leave this place tonight may these and ten thousand times more; bout 3,000 whole canes to plant an
you go feeling that it was "good to yet he is often mastered by appetite, acre. Before planting, cut the canes kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
be there because of the mastered by envy and jealousy to into
presence pieces about one and a half feet I
I and blessing of our Divine Master. the extent that he often forgets that harp to a Grand Piano Office Supplies and
long. Plant in rows from six to
I I have chosen as my subject this evening one is his Master even Christ. These
I "The Mastery of Jesus," suggested masters were born of ignoble motives eight feet apart, and drop the canes the latest idea in postal cards.
f by the words recorded in the and their end is to get men to "do for in a double line in the row. Cover t_ ,-
I twenty-third chapter of Matthew and them;" but Christ's mastery is radically the canes from three to four inches -
I the tenth "One is different is to get men to
verse. your Mas- "You take the
deep. Give good cultivation from
[ ter, even Chrisl"Said like him. early W. S. BRANCH
I Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, in relating No Joint Ownership spring until midsummer. Hot Bath, I'll take the ,
I his last visit to General Booth, But his mastery is also unique because Sorghum is a good forage crop, but
the great founder of the Salvation he will not share it with anothr. will not produce as heavy a yield per Cold One"Very The Arcade Book and Music Store
Army: "When I looked into his face : With Him there can be no joint
and saw him brush back his hair from ownership of the human soul, for acre as will Japanese cane. It maybe polite but sometimes inconvenient
f his brow, heard him speak of the trials "none' can serve two masters." He planted any time from early in yet when there is
L and conflicts and the victories, I said, that is not with me is against me, March until August 1. The early only water enough in the tank
I and he that gatherest not with
'General Booth, tell me, what has me
will during
scattereth abroad." planting produce two crops for one hot bahwhat can the
I been the secret of your success all the '
way through?' He hesitated ti second Thus are we solemnly reminded by the year. When planted as lateas rest cf the family do? The

and I saw the tears come into his own words that Jesus will be Lord July, only one crop can be grown. answer is simple install a
his eyes and steal down his cheeks, indeed or he will not be Lord at all. There are quite a number of varietiesof
and In our lives, in our business in .
then ,
he said: our FRUUD
all of which do well here.
"I will tell you the secret-God has homes and in our churches He must ;o.J. --
had all there was of me. There have occupy the first place or He will occupy The best yielders are Gooseneck, Su- 1:: :.L[" -::'- Automatic

been men with greater brains than I. none at all. mac, and Orange. The Early Amberis -a Gas Water ?

men with greater opportunities, but Young ladies and gentlemen, give good, but the only adantage it has ,f(. : ". >
from the vision Him His rightful place and life iW Heater
of what Jesus Christ your over any of the other varieties is thatit r -..... ., ,
i could do with them, I made up my >problems will be in master hands, h .. J'; Nobody wait
I mind that God would have all of William and your future will be safe and se- matures two or three weeks earlier. ; j nobody worries load
I Booth there was. And if there ure. I Plant in rows three and one-half or :"b'4: -the service Is Just arrived car
I is anything of in this organization Young Man in New York I unlunlted-The
power four feet apart One bushel of seed Ruud immediate
I today, it is because God has all Some time ago I heard Dr. A. C. 3"'. lags-never dis FORDS for .
I the adoration of my heart, all the Dixon, now pastor of Spurgen's I will plant five or six acres. rn1I appoints-You
power of my will, and all the influ- church in London, tell of a young Corn can be planted any time from \r'1t simply turn the delivery.Get .
ence of my life."' Japanes in New York City, who attended February to April 15. Plant in rows 'J.i -,1 Mfaucet heaterdoesthe-the

Today f one half of the followersof a gospel meeting and was con- three and a half or four feet apart, ""J' rest
the verted to Christianity. He the ;;; nowF.
Man of Gallilee possessed and was i1 Complete de yours
showed forth such a spirit as that, it son. of a wealthy man in Japan, while and about two feet apart in the row. scriptivelitera-
would not be long before the "King- he himself was a clerk in New York, I f it is to be used entirely as a forage ture on request G. RUSE,
doms of this world would have be- getting only twenty dollars per crop, it should be much closer in
come the "Kingdoms of our Lord and month. He wrote home to his father the ORLANDO WATERLIGHT & Phone 226
of His Christ," and the muchtalkedof and told him about his conversionto row. CO. I
the Christian A good fertilizer formula for general
political, social, religious and econ- faith. The father-
omical problems of the present time pagan like-thought he had brought forage crops would be about as Gas Department t
would pass away like the biting frost reproach upon his whole ancestry. follows: ..["I
before the of the l le sent the son a special telling -
rays morning sun. him that if message, Ammonia _______________ 3 per cent
His Name Pre-Eminent : he would give up
The pages of human history are t hat Christian religion and return to Phosphoric acid _________ 5 per cent.

L resplendent with names of the first the gods of his fathers he would give Potash _________________ 4 per cent.
\ magnitude. As we turn these pageswe him fifty thousand dollars with whichto Apply at the rate of 300 to 600 IIIIDllllllllllllllllltSUMMER
find scores of names wonderfully begin business for himself. Immediately -
rich in suggestion of devotion and off the son wrote back saying: pounds per acre. TIME IS ,
knowledge, of wisdom and efficient "Father, your message has been received Velet beans and Chinese velvet
power. But while these names are and I thank you; but I can- beans should be planted in rows six FLY TIME I
jrrut, there is one other which is not accept your offer- esus 'Christ with of
feet alternating rows
greater; while these names will shine is worth more to me than fifty thou- apart, Are those windows screenI I I .
'm from age ,to age with resplendentand sand dollars." A temptation? It corn or sorghum. Plant the beans I ed yet? Patented detachable XI I -- -J
unfading beauty in the firma- didn't take him two minutes to decide any time from the last of Februaryuntil
hangers used on all \ ..
ment of the world's majestic and heroic the matter. He had enthroned May. One bushel of seed will '"'aIr'r -
souls, there is One other whose Christ in his life and there was no screens. No ladder need- ,;
shining is with light' unborrowedit money or power sufficient to take plant from four to five acres. ed to take off or put on !
is original! and eternal. Of its him away. Yokohama beans mature in about when washing windows.

greatness. Dr. Philip Doddridge had Wendell Phillips and the Skeptic 120[ days, and hence can be plantedat _
some conception when he wrote: Wendell Phillips was once told by almost any time from early spring R.J.WALDRONContractor '
"Jesus, I love Thy charming name, a critic that Jesus was amiable but 1
until the last of June. They do not
and Builder :
'Tis music to mine ear; not strong. "Not strong, replied
Fain would I sound it out so loud, those trembling lips. Test His make as rank a growth as do the vel- 410 West Street
That earth and Heaven might hear.:' strength bv the strength of the men vet and Chinese, and hence can be llammond&GoreFUNERAL
In Moral whom He has mastered. He mastered
Purity planted in rows about two and a half 11111111111111111111111111.
In ability and power to disclose Paul, the scholar, philosopher and
f God to the world and reveal man to hero; Calvin, the theologian; Luther, feet apart, and from eight to ten DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
himself; in power to purify defiled the reformer; Wesley, the founderof inches in the row. .t1111111JIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..1
hearts, uplift the fallen and transform Methodism, Spurgeon,Parker and Cowpeas, if for hay, should not be
society, Jesus of Nazareth Maclaren, the worlds greatest preacher planted until July. Planted at that REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
F stands pre-eminently alone! Others and Gladstone, England's greatsch01ar For Sale
were great, but they were human. and statesman.In time; they will be ready to harvest
Jesus was also human, but he was Former Days after the rainy season is over. Plantin COMPARE
more-He was divine-He was the He mastered Corinth with her rows two and a half feet apart and --
God-man! And never did the hyphen wealth and luxury; Athens with her
to six inches in the row. OUR.
anywhere mean so much as here. It culture and art and heathen religions; three apart i Modern 8-room : FURNITURE
is a mark that both joins and divides, Ephesus, the "Vanity Fair" of heath The beans and cowpeas mentioned -

for Jesus was as really God as enism, and if you would know something above will not require fertilizing to i House doors : : .1 \\"c provide the quality furniture that has long
though He were never man, and as of his mastery today; go to been furniture
produce a good crop. accepted by knowing buyers as the
really man as. though He were never colleges Christian, the homes universities the churches and, the the Ninety-five cars of cucumbers have i west of Wyoming : standard of merit. If au article is here it is good.It .

God.How is it that of all the men since Godley men of every nation and see been shipped from Bushell this sea- Hotel. Bar- wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
the world began, it was never heard what homage and wealth and influ son. They are still moving and to- ; this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

that one of them was ever redeemedor ence they are reverently laying at hisfeet matoes will be starting out in carload this business, and that means much to any buyer.
transformed by Plato, or Shakes- But the greatest days are yet gain. ..
peare or Blackstone or by an'oneelse to come. The tide which bears the lots next week.
except the Man of Galilee! natons onward is the mastery of our McNEUL & DAVIS BLOCK
Clearly it is shown that man in his enthroned Christ! This world i is J. 0. Jennings, for thirty years a r ,

mighty power and imperial freedomis speedily accepting the sovereignty of conductor on the Louisville and Nash- : A. L. Bentley, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
1 not supreme, but above him there our Divine Lord, and sooner or later"Jesus I ,
i is a Greater, whose subject man becomes shall reign where'er the sun vile railroad, died at his home in 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE J
[ for one is His great, yet gentle does his successive journey's run. Pensacola last Tuesday, after a long ; \ \ .
I loving Master, and that One is illness.are "' HIMMIMHMIiiltlMf.
I the Christ! How, then, shall we receive His kingdom spread from shore to
I him? shore, ---

I How They Would Have Received: Him 'Till moons shall wax and wane no not true to life's noblest purpose "QII'IIDIIII'ltIIIIII18il'l ll'
I Many years ago a little con"pan y more" and posibilities, nor to Him whose ....
I of literary men in England sat around I Ia .
I table in a city club-room, discus How spon that blessed day shall corn-1
ft sing Homer and Dante and Shakes come, I .know not-it depends upon Young ladies and gentlemen of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co
peare and Milton. One of them said: the place you give Him in your lives, class of 1914, ,God sends me here to
"Gentlemen, I have been trying tot in your homes, in your churches and remind you that it is indeed a priv
F t imagine how we should feel if the in your business. ilege to live in an age like this; for Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
veritable Dante, whose feet tni the And, too, it depends upon your wil since the world began there has never
fiery pavement of the inferno, should lingness and ardent desire to use Him been a time when there was so much
enter thi room tonight" Anot Jtpr after He has been given that right to insipre men and women to holy RESOURCESReal
said: "And imagine haw we should ful place' for Christ is a Master who deeds and noble service.

feel if Shakespeare a greater than wants to serve His people, and he Bright, therefore, is your future Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
Dante, should enter." Finally one of wants them and great are opportunities. You
to expect and ask Breathings t your Loans and Discounts . 378,166.14
of the and fill and II II II. II. II II.
company arose said, "Gen of are to high important placesin
tlemen, I can present a more serious Him.Dr.. Harper the social, the religious, the business Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

problem than that: "What would we The lamented Dr. Harper, of Chicago and the professional world.. As Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
do if the Man of Galilee should ap university wished that institution you launch out into the greater real- Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02 .
pear in the midst of us?" After a to have the greatest and best obserVatory ities of life, be strong, be faithful II
moment of silence Charles Lamb reverently in the world. He went to and true, true to your parents, true
replied, "Him, sir we would I his distinguished friend, Mr. Yerkesand to your fellowmen and true to your $904,906.09 .
f receive upon our knees!" Eden so laid his plans before him, say. GodThey LIABILITIES N
would we this hour, as we stand uponA ing: "I want $500,000 for the largest are watching you with eager .
- ". the threshold of a new period of our observatory in the world." Mr eyes and anxious heart*. The world Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

career, recognize His invincible supremacy Yerkes looked at him for a moment needs yoy ng, bright, beautiful Re-Discounts . . . . . . None
t-1 and implore him to reignin and then replied: "That sounds like lives-d: rfaste or misuse them Bills payable . . . . . . . None
our lives and rule over our works the voice of a man; I will give it them. G**, Himself would this day
A Master UniqueIn to He asked for send you forth on errands of love
certain conditions and relations and you.received according great to his things, ask and mercy- do not say to Him, nay! Deposits . . II . . . . 770,793.72Due

the idea of thought being mater ing. Even so does God want us to But go, and as you go- to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
may be sublime and uplifting, or it ask and expect great things of Him
it may be pathetic and tragic. Tragic He delights in the requests that have In your great work on Him rely, 1,
when one is mastered by an evil wish, in them the voice of a man. He will your every need supply; $904,906.09
or unholy ambition, for them the most We Get the Best by Giving the BestIf He will your strong defender be-
decisive acts of his life are act to be we feel the possibilities of a Jesus, the Man of Galilee!
evil also. Shakespeare's "Macbetis h" great work looming large before us Go and as you go, so believe, so trust, Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

a terrible instance of this fact Mac and impelling us to action it is our so work and- Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
beth was a noble man, brave and trueL duty to consecrate ourselves to it So live that when thy summons

k willing loved to risk his life for his be- For of we do not positively and consciously The innumerable to join Increase in 37 days . . . . 121o08.81Deposits
country. WKh his own arm he choose the greater things i in caravan which moves I

had turned defeat into victory aud life, consecrating the best in our nature To that mysterious realm where each Dec. 31, 1913 II. II II. . 521,167.38
saved his fatherlana. let he was not in definite should take I
action, we are in effect
11th 1914
Deposits April . 770,793.72
f" a rough His chamber II. II. II. II
warrior void of tendernessL choosing the lesser. No man ca'n in the'silent hall of
4 reverence, for ie felt the powtrv get the best out of life unless he death,
of the puts Increase in 100 days . . . 249,626.34
King, meekness and the appeal the best in life. What does he propose Thou go not like the quarryslaveat II II I
', of a child's helplessness. He was for himself-to do, to be to ac night 1
also a poet who heard nature speak mplish-is the first question. Why Scourged to his dungeon, but sus- Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
i and could express with force its powerful toes he do it? is the second. If the tained and soothed The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and I
message. But that man b came aim be merely selfish, it is not high By an unfaltering trust, approach
a murderer. He put to death his own enough for the noblest purpose. I If thy grave Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
; kinsmen, who had come under his roof the world is not daily better becausewe Like one who wraps the drapery of friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
;* to show affection and esteem. have lived, if the little circle o his couch sible. .
What led to all thjj: ? One thin? those about us is not brightened, About him and lies down to pleasant
I was the main source of this great strengthened, heartened, helped and dreams." ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
| evil; Macbeth first had a secret d ein some way made happier by our direct -

sire. That desire grew into an ardent effort in our conscious living, we Subscribe for the Sentinel 111111 i I i 111M t i I { 11 Mi tit f Hi I titMTH3ASTERY

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THE DAILY is here inaccurate in statement. Hesa.s lives of the pupils on the west side C. P. DICKINSON OPPOSED TO I ttllll.IIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III.I'I'III.III.IOI
"the party was engaged at the would not be endangered by crossingand COUNTY DIVISION ;:

" South Florida SentinelMORNING instance of Dr. McKinnon and the recrossing the tracks in attend- It never occurred to me that it was '
AND WEEKLY contract written by him. Mr. Shuur ing school. But this was not done, necessary to state my position in regard :
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. was not engaged at my instance, but and these children must continue to to county division as I thought '
_: on, recommendation of Conway citi- 'cross and recross the tracks in orderto every one who knew me, or had ever
heard of me, knew that I was unqual- ,
Entered at the jxatoffice at Orlando Florida zens. I did not write the contract, reach the school. It is not really ifiedly opposed to the division of Or- A TIMELY ANNOUNCEMENTWe T
Second Class Mail Matter.
for there was no written contract. I the duty of the superintendent to' ange county a year ago. I am still ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES was present with Mr. Knox and Mr. proyide buildings for the accommodation unqualifiedly opposed to any further
Daily, 1 Year .........................15-00 Shuur when the verbal agreement was I of pupils, except by suggestnig division of Orange: county as it now
Drily. 6 Months ....................... %.50 stands, and if elected to the legisla-
. Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 entered into and approved same. and recommendation. Mr. Gjles in ture will fight to the last ditch any I
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50
division of.the the
is further
But this inaccuracy of statement stating that Prof. Coleman devisedthe county, or :

I Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.09 not important. The answer to the plan of a double session of four appropriation of any part of the territory I I received
of the
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .'ii I charge of inconsistency in this matteris hours each, unwittingly perhaps, county. county by any other have just a splendid

this: It is a legitimate inference fixed on Prof. Coleman the responsibility 26-lt-d&w C. P. DICKINSON.
that if a school is unlawfully conducted for the unlawful school day, shipment
Copy for display and all wUier hand-set it should not be supported in any and at the same time reflected on the NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS
mui be handed in at the business
fficc adiertuinr of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. particular. Acting on this inference power of initiative on the part of his
the day before publication. This rule applies 1 declined to sign any of the warrantsfor own board of trustees. Instead of Sealed proposals will be receivedby
to chances for contract advertising; it is
i' invariable and wiG be strictly adhered to. transportation to this school, not providing accommodations for the the City Commissioners of the Nevr L ChutIoll TaItetas II t tin
those of Mr. Shuur alone. After looking school as was expected of them the City of Orlando State of Florida at ll
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the office of the Commissioners, at or
should notify the office in writing on into the matter more carefully trustees adopted Prof. Coleman's devised before 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th,
the date of expiration otherwise it will be found that the law does not in anyway plan and put it through.Mr. 1914, for the laying of 130,000 square
continued at the regular subscription rates
antn notice to atop is received. connect transportation service Giles concludes his article with yards of brick pavement. the Latest Tones, including Black.
with the number of hours in a daily the hope that "Dr. McKinnon may yet Specifications for this improvementmay
TUESDAY, MAY 26, 19U. be had upon application to the ,
session, and I decided to give the be able to understand that it was a Pittr V.'J TTnorincor.....6..."".' f u.! P n. &Pomcntr..,.....,"J, ou.oftorMay ".
) THE WEATHER transportation people the benefit, of condition and not a theory which con- 21st 1914. We reserve the rightto
Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes- the absence of any law or regulation fronted the trustees and the county reject any or all bids.E. .
day, except showers in south portion. bearing on the subject, and hence board." There has been no theory in A. JOHNSON. F., SPERRY, Mayor.S. Black l t Moire Antiij II

signed the warrants for transporta- .the case except Prof. Coleman's "de Commissioner of Public Works.
One week from today and then the tion. This also, instead of being a vised plan." The trustees and the 5-26-2t-w3w

battle of the ballots.A ground for unfavorable criticism is county board were confronted with a without THE Coming Fabric
o an evidence of liberality and breadthof condition indeed, but they were also NOTICE TO CONCRETE CONTRACTORS .

bumper wheat crop averts the view in construing the law. confronted with law in all its sacredness -

specter of starvation the alarmists The second general charge of Mr. and majesty. They chose to set Sealed proposals will be received by
hold before us for this year at least, Giles is that I suppressed facts. The aside the law rather than provide accommodations e City Commissioners of the Cityof
:' and yet it is well to keep ever in only facts bearing on the real issue for the pupils. In my Orlando. State of Florida, at the Black I t Meteor
office of the Comissioners, at or before r Chilfon Finish)
mind the need of plowing deep and that he cites and charges me with contention I have acted in good faith, 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th, (
plenty of fertilization, and then some. suppressing, are contained in his long believing that the principle contendedfor 1914, for the building of 90,000 lineal
f- narrative of the efforts and failure of is essential to the interests of education feet more or less of concrete curb.
of which he in the I Specifications for this improvement Beautifuly Soft and Uncrushable.
A painstaking person has figuredout the board of trustees, county and state.
may be had upon application to the
that it will cost over twelve thou was chairman, to provide accommoda- still believe this and feel that the City Engineer G. R. Ramsey, after
sand dollars to print in the Congressional tions for the school children of the overthrow of the law fixing a definite May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto
Record Senator LaFollette's district. The failure of his board of number of hours as a school day reject any or all bids.E. .

i latest fulmination against the rail. trustees to provide accommodationsfor would be disastrous to this great A. JOHNSON. F., SPERRY, Mayor.S. B1ae I t Cllal'ffleuse
t' roads. Of course nobody but LaFol- the pupils was so well known thatit cause. Commissioner of Public Works.
: lette will read it and consequently it seemed unnecessary to cite it. The J. F. McKINNON,
is of no weight, except in actual need of larger accommodations was County Superintendent Public T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
I pounds and ounces. felt a year previous to this issue and Instruction. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf A Fabric much in demand.

o was supplied by engaging rooms out
Willis Powell in his Clearwater Sun side of the school building in the I

-t has publicly proclaimed the town of armory. This was not my suggestion.
: Clearwater to be a city, the distinction -I I referred the trustees to the room !

A. having been attained by reason now occupied as a Tea and RestRoom SPECJA.L
i of the fact that it requires three hun- and to the Slemons building,
;". dred registered voters to be in the which were available. Mr. Giles does II
_ city class, and Clearwater has 314. not mention the Tea and Rest Room,
, Willis serves notice moreover that the which is both a nice and spacious \ '

t Sun is going to keep working until building, above the average of school 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and I

i Clearwater becomes a town of five rooms outside of Orlando, but directs I Lights, Seat Covers-full( set Hartford
thousand. is and chief attention to the Slemons build-
t Willis a producer,
Shock Absorbers. Run miles
3,600 OurSale
11 we're betting that he wins. ing as being unsuitable for the reason -
I o that pupils from the east side of ,4

"The State," the new paper published the railroad track would have to cross 0 ) fT

t in Jacksonville by Arthur K. the railroad in going to and from the i OF "j
1 Taylor and Bryan Mack, is advertising school. Mr. Giles seems to forget : 1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine II
I a special suffrage number to be that a large number of the pupils live : dition-full equipment con$350 '
.r issued soon. The publishers say that on the west side of the railroad and -

f. they have had considerable experience have to cross the track every day in ReidytoearI
t in trying to build up circulation with going to and from school. These pupils -
i the help of mere men, and have come do not seem to be regarded of I I
to the realization that it can't be done sufficient importance to be consideredin

I: without the help of the women. While making provisions' to accommodatethe II I San Juan Garage Co.
not doubting the wisdom of their con.
f elusions we are constrained to observe To be consistent it seems that Mr.
! | that Taylor and Mack are furnishing I Giles and his board would have pro- Ajax Tires: guaranteed 5000 miles. 524millllllltimMMMMmHIIIMtmtHtmttMtmittHillMmmilllllllM
I a glittering example of the very thing v ded school accommodations on the
t. that the suffragists are now complaining west side of the railroad, so that the
about-allowing the women do

t the work. And as usual the women )
are willing to help mere man out of 1, '
, his troubles. Suggestions for Graduation GiftsThere Lingerie Waist

\ 0 .
t SCHOOL BOARD' is nothing more appropriate than a Kodakor a Waterman's Fountain Pen.
t The prices are in the range of everybody being $1.00 to $10.00. They can be sent by
: (Continued from page 1) Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect.McELROY'S .
:. ing the law according to its spirit. 34 continues
,S A .
1 the law is incorrect, and it is true
1 that the pupils of the first and second
grades should not be excused at less IIIn Rfl J _
k than- five hours, this would not weaken HllllilMIMiilMMliMiliiHiHtiiiMIIMMItMttMHIIMMM .. unm

; my contention, but only strengthenit. Jill'" ivtonaay

The second instance cited to prove
my inconsistency is, that I do not
sign the warrants of the principal of Prices Positively Slashed in Half in many

the school, Prof. Coleman, although
he is engaged at the school eight ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES cases, and the goods are all this season's

hours a day. I answer in reply to Commencement Da--an important event in the
this that a large part of Prof. Cole-I markof manufacture.OUR .
lives of young people should receive some fitting
man's duty as principal is to see that I the
appreciation and encouragement to commemorate
the school is conducted according tot occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of OLD POLICY :
the laws of the state. This he has not I
done in the matter of the daily sessions Jewelry? Reduce the prices when the goodsare

of five hours required by law. DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe wanted.
This is virtually admitted by Mr. '

Giles in his statement as follows: I direct the attention tf relatives and friends to
"Prof. Coleman had devised a plan the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this ,
comprehending two sessions each day I store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
and submitted same to the trustees." est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -
These "two sessions each day" it is or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
generally known, are sessions of four and assortment.A .
: hours each instead of five as requiredby visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
law. It is thus seen that Prof. obligation to buy.
Coleman instead of seeing that the
school is conducted according to law Dickson-Ives CO.
has devised a plan to conduct it un
lawfully. On this plan Prof. Coleman -
with the approval of the trus-
tees and the school board has con-

ducted the school throughout the .
school session. Instead of protestingthat
a four hour daily sessions was
unlawful Prof. Coleman devised and

operated a plan for the violation of: I T.H.vaAstheJcwelerOPPOSITE
the law. This I do not regard as com-
pliance with his contract, and for this Orange Rye. Orlando n

reason I have refused to sign his war-

The third instance cited as evidenceof ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEMIMMMM
my inconsistency is the refusal at
first to sign warrant of Mr. Shuur EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
i for transportation and the subsequent :I MMIIMMHM MM : : : ::: : : : : : : : :illlllttf
signing of such warrants. Mr. Giles * "MHIIIIMIitlilHMHtMMIHtlMmiMMttHHIIt

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WADE The. many friends-of Mr. E. C. Wal- VISIT TO KISSIMMEE K FAVORITE THEATRE i 8i I !! IF n' ;)

THE TUNER ton, of the Reporter-Star, will be interested Even during the warm season, I i| ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers a I

to read following an- when lodge matters are usually per '

nouncement which appeared in the mitted to wane, Osceola Lodge No. 74, i Open9a.m.to10:30P.M. !

last issue of the Lexington (Ky.) I. 0. 0. F., is taking on renewed interest -' Admission 5 cents i "Get It ftAten's"t

which is likely to result In a
Mr. A. M. Harris is in Jacksonvilleon DallDGDallDCDOIIDCDOIIDCDallDQTODA
"Friends here have received news large addition to its membership. It
a trip.
of the forthcoming marriage of Mr. is intended to institute a lodge of >the Y'S PROGRAM I _

Ed. C. Walton, ,owner and editor of and of Re-
Mr. C. A. Barnes of Ruskin, spent encampment, Daughters "Incognito." A Victor drama with .
Sunday in Orlando. the Daily Reporter-Star, of Orlando, bekah. Warren Kerrigan playing lead. Rene, 0

Florida, to Miss Maud Marcum, of At the meeting last Friday evening a real marquis, is stranded in Amer- Commencement Time

Catlettsburg, Ky. The happy event Martin Zella, of Orlando, a prom- ; ica. He becomes a valet and consentsto
Master David Bliss is in Sanford win his
a girl employe thirsting
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Gonzales. will be celebrated at the bride's homein inent man in Odd Fellow circles, be- for revenge, points out. For this he V Is Here

Catlettsburg on Wednesday, May ing past all the chairs and at the is paid 5000. The result is rather .

27. Mr. Walton is widely known present a member of the Grand En- unexpected."Out .
Miss Neimeyer, of Kissimmee, spent
throughout central and eastern Ken- campment the office of district of His Class." A Frontier Want for that
holding one
a present
yesterday with :Miss Ionia Speer.Mr. drama. Lucile from the East meets
tucky, where he was long associatedin grand senior warden, was pres- and falls in love with a gambler who who graduates? You can getit
the newspaper business with his addressed the members. As her and her
J. A. Wallace, of Kissimmee, is ent saves father when theyare D
brother, Col. W. P. Walton. The the lodge contemplated the institu- lost in the hills. An order is issued at our store without any
here on a visit to his father, Mr. J. C.
Wallace.Mr. bride-to-be is the daughter of CoL tion of a lodge of the Daughters of town.ordering all gamblers out of trouble and but little ex

Thomas D. Marcum, formerly registerof Rebekah he gave them some valuable "The Soubrette." A Crystal com- .

the Kentucky land office and nowa the best edy with Pearl pense.
and Mrs. H. T. Butler left yes- information in this work and White. Husband hasa
candidate for congress in the Ninth mode of procedure in organizing the hard time trying to explain why
terday for Spartanburg, S. C., where she was locked in and accused. n VD
they will visit for a while. Kentucky district. They have many new ladies' adjunct to the order here. Every Graduate

friends and admirers in Kentucky to It is the intention to institute the ----

and Mrs. Johnson and extend them hearty congratulationsupon new lodge at the next meeting of the BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT
Capt. Clay should
their union. Immediately after subordinate lodge next week Friday CATHEDRAL SCHOOLThe something now,
)Ir. and Mrs. E. P. Dann and chil-
dren, of fassimmee, were visitors to the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Walton will evening and it is expected that Brother D that they can keep for years,

our city yesterday.Mr. come to Lexington, where they will Zella, accompanied by John T. baccalaureate sermon for the to remind them of friends,
take the Royal Palm train for Or- Dale grand patriarch, also of Or-
Cathedral school delivered Rev. loved
by ones and the happiest
lando, will be present and assist in
: and Mrs. E. S. Sperry and Roderick P. Cobb in the Cathedral on
the exercises. Many visiting brethren days of their life.
Miss Elizabeth left Satur-
daughter, Sunday morning, was received with
COMMENCEMENT SERMON OF and members of the Rebekahs
day for Bayside, Maine, where they closest attention by the large congre-
ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL expected to be here on this occasion.
will remain until fall.
gation present and contained much of
Later in the season an encampment
Allen & Co.
practical helpfulness not alone for the
Col. Robert W. Davis, conceded to The Lucerne theater was crowded lodge will; be organized here, a move- school, but for each individual attend- ,
Sunday evening by members of the ment to that effect being now in op-
be of the :
one most eloquent speakersin ing. The school occupied the usual
high school and their friends, i eration. JewelersPrompt
Florida, will take the stump for seats, the front pews on either side of
Claude L'Engle.-Ocala Star. to hear the baccalaureate sermon, delivered While Osceola lodge is only about
the Cathedral being reserved for the
i by Rev. E. T. Poulson. two years old, the outlook is propi- Repairing.
faculty and boarding pupils, and as
Mrs. Geo. A. Leiper and daughter, The stage had bene decorated with tious for a strong lodge with a large
many of the day pupils marched with
Miss left bautiful flowers, some of which bore membership that will be a credit to Everything Guaranteed.
Mary Leiper, yesterday
the boarders on Sunday, a long pro-
the colors of the graduating class, Kissimmee and this part of the state.
their home at Little Rock, Ark., aftera cession entered just before service be-
visit with Mrs. A. G. Branham on orange and black. -Osceola Journal.

Lucerne Circle. On the stage were Dr. Poulson, Dr. gan.Before
the sermon, Rev. Mr. Rem-
Stagg, Dr. Wray and Dr. McKinnon, MISS YOTHERS ON BOARD OF
sen expressed to the principal and to
Mr. Robert Davis left" yesterday each of them taking part in the service Ibr JJ
NURSE EXAMINERSThe the school the appreciation of him- BO] ,
afternoon for a visit to' St. Peters- ; and a large choir formed of self and of the Cathedral congregation .
members of the Presbyterian, Baptistand ---
burg. Before returning to Orlandohe state board of examiners of for the help rendered by the *" "J"'I'I'I'IIIII'II"'II'I"'III'II "

will spend several days at his former Methodist choirs, with Mrs. trained nurses will meet in this cityon school in the Cathedral music and .

home in Ocala. Branch at the piano rendered several June 1 for the purpose of examin- through regular attendance at ser-
numbers very beautifully.The 3k 1l9ine ftJQu
ing nurses who desire to engage in vices, also voicing the good wishes of ,
Miss Marian Stouder, of DeLand, is seniors were seated together in the nursing profession in Florida. all for a pleasant and beneficial va- I
the the second row from the stage, the
attractive house guest of Miss
This board is composed of Miss cation.

Sara Yancey. Miss Stouder is a grad- faculty just behind them, and stood 'Anna Davis, of Miami, chairman; Mr. Cobb's text was I. Kings, 7:22. '
during the concluding part of the sermon .A.LCT
uate of. the Cathedral school in the
i Miss Irene Foote, of Jacksonville, sec- "Upon the top of the pillars was lily
class of 1913, and, will attend the addressed especially to them. retary; Miss Annie Rutherford, of St. work.'
Dr. Poulson's sermon in fullon
commencement exercises.Mr. Augustine Miss M. B. Prewitt, of As he spoke entirely without notes,
another page of this paper. ; Is first, last and all the time the important consideration -
Tampa, and Miss Maud Yothers, of the following extracts taken by one

Herman Bosse has returned Orlando.It of his hearers are far from being the in our groceries.

from Atlanta, where he just gradu- PRETTY PARTY GIVEN FOR MISS has been that all full and accurate would
requested nurses rendering we w
ated from the Southern Dental col- NANCIE BROWNEMrs. When quality is considered you will find our prices
who have not registered will send in desire.

lege. Mr. Bosse has not decided their registration at once to Miss First speaking briefly of the Tem- are lower than any grocery in the city.

whether he will open up parlors hereor E. La Rue Bliss entertained I Irene Foote, the secretary of the ple of Solomon, its being one of the

somewhere in Georgia. yesterday with a small but very de- board. most wonderful products of artistic All goods guaranteed strictly fresh. .

dinner in honor of
Jightful party Authorities upon the subject say skill of all time, of its commanding
Mr. and Mrs. Cris Beck left yes- Miss Nancie Browne, of Jacksonville.Miss .
that the registration of trained position, its dimensions all given by
terday for New Smyrna to make their Browne was one of the most
nurses has done more for the mem- Divine instruction, its rich materals
future home. Mrs. Beck is the daughter popular students of the Cathedral
I bers and the profession than anything throughout-the whole formng an ex- SANITARY
of Mrs. N. J. Brennan school her there and
whom they during course ,
else has done.!. quisite poem in stone, a fit tabernaclefor

have been visiting since their marri- has a number of friends here who are I Under the present law, which was the Highest of the High, and Ho- CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
age, about two weeks ago. pleased to know of her return. She
passed by the legislature after sev- liest of the Holy, attention was then
of Misses Ethel and
is the
guest eral prominent professional nurses drawn to the two massive brass pil- 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mr. A. N. Goodwin, who has been Dorothy Cooper. had assisted to show the value of the lars in front of the temple. Completing -

away from Orlando for the past bill, no nurse may practice in this and crowning these huge pillars

month, visiting relatives and friendsin Hon Claude L'Engle, Congressmanat state unless she has passed satisfac- was the beautiful "lily work" men- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
North Carolina is again Washington D. Chas _
his requested
at post
tory examinations and has been reg- tioned in the text, forming an impressive -
of in Mr. M. 0. Overstreet's applicants for appointment to the
postmastership at Orlando to have istered according to her efficiency.In symbolism, characteristic of
office. Mrs. Goodwin will remain in their supporters write him personal this manner both the members of the Oriental mind. To the devout

+ the "Land of the Sky" until fall. letters, advocating their choice, in- the profession and the public are pro- Jew, no verbal inscription was need- ", 'I" IIIIIIIIII"IIIIIII'I"IIIIIIIIIII"'III'"
instead of the applicants
c pe tected.-Times-Union. ful to express the two-fold lesson of
Mr. J. A. Wilkes, one of Pine Castie's titions. I therefore ask my friends the combination of justice, right honor of humanity,
to do me this favor, as I desire the the pillars, power ; I White Star Market]
staunch and substantial citizens, appointment. I have been a patronof CATHEDRAL SCHOOL ALUMNAEThe and gentleness, of massiveness and sympathy, courtesy and i/hselfishness.

was among the business transactorsat this office all my life, and have always gracefulness, of strength and beauty Where is such found? We might recite DUREX & COMPANY, Proprietors

the county metropolis yesterday. been a consistent and progres- the hundred who have
sive Democrat. Alumnae association of the which is man's ideal of God, andGod's names by
Mr. Wilkes reports conditions good and The
combined strength beauty.
of man.
Respectfully, Cathedral school will meet this after-
f and everything in his section looking J. C. HULL. noon in Pell-Clarke Hall at 4:30 These two great truths of religionare New Testament points to One who

up immensely since the recent rains. d3t-wlt. fulfilled all the perfect Ideal of
o'clock. This is the annual business equally applicable to all mankind.We gen-
are to remember that our bodiesare tleness and strength. To be a Chris-
session and the graduates of thisTear's
WE ARE PREPARED to give your temples of God, and for us eachis tian in its truest, broadest sense is
class will be in attendance
children the graded school work dur- ) as
the lesson of these pillars of old. to combine strength and beauty. A
ing the summer. This embraces Eng- LOST-White Angora; kitten. Rewardif well as the regular and honorary
lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship, returned to 212 Jackson. It members. Every complete character must Christian in the last analysis is one

typewriting, and any other subjects have strength and beauty combined, who sincerely admires our loved Jesus

taught in the graded schools. South- Eat what'you wantEat Eat what want if ither be wanting the whole is imperfect Christ and endeavors to follow His 1
ern Schools of Commerce, Hand build- you
ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t all you want. Eat all you want. steps, to live His life. It is said that

Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. The lilies seemed to grow out of true character is indicated by what
I For sale by all durggists. For sale all
I by druggists.
Try the Sentinel Job Department. l-T-d&w-lyr the pillars. First the strong pillar, arouses our indignation, whether over
then the graceful lily work. Many of wrongs to others or to self. The Per- .

this order fect Man never showed indignation at
I us wish to reverse striving
" " I ' it i to attain showy and ornamental traits insults and injuries to Himself, but THE DISCERNING WOMAN"

of character for effect, with no strong, only where principles of justice, BUYS MEAT

true purpose underlying. We must righteousness s and humanity were via that she knows will all be eaten.

remember that the rearing of character lated. He could be lion-like in His The tender, toothsome, juicy

At The Lucerne Today !' may be likened to a building, boldness toward the unmerciful, the kind that will be eaten to the

I; though the latter is temporary, the hypocritical and the unrighteous, last mouthful. Uneaten meat is

other eternal. Every thought, word while towards the weak and penitent, I a waste. If she buys her supplies .

and act is part of the temple we are the sad and the sorrowing; He was as here there will be none

I each erecting day by day and which gentle as a mother with her babe.If uneaten and thus no waste.

needs firm foundation. we would develop strength and Phone 23

't I The lily work stands for what (Continued on page 8) 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

makes people attractive rather than I

repulsive to us, and it is almost as i

great mistake to neglect this as to I If your paper is not delivered

cultivate it alone. Some mistake the Shoe Repairing i promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

absence of "lily work" for strength,
Commencement Exercises of the
as though there could be antagonism by PARCEL POSTMen's WOOD COAL AND ICE

between grace and strength, hence
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
they are purposely unmindful of little
GRADUATING Half Soles, 7se to 8se Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
CLASS courtesies, of thought for others.A .
60c to 75c
Ladies Half Soles
rough diamond may be valuable,
Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 Sentinel want ads. are money get-
but it is more acceptable if cut and
Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
of polished. Lily work must have its
Heels Repaired, 2C
place, and civility of speech, politeness -
of manner and attention to dress i i All work returned in 24 hours.
Orders without remittance re-
add to, not detract from, character.As *
turned C. 0. D. We pay
ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL the lilies grew out of the pillar, return postage.

so must these finer graces be the out- I
growth of inward strength and beau- i

ty, of a character solid, real and good, A. Hanson 6 Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

worth adorning. The ideal character \g East Pine Street extra charge for house treatment

combines strength and beauty in due 1 ORLANDO FIOR1DAMllltllllllllllHMH j, Telephone connections

.." 1,1.1.,1111,111,111,111,11111111111,1,111II. proportion and embraces principles of 'Office cor. Orange and Central Area.
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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

superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI are all right, then why not put us to the test.
hereby announce my candidacy for Rep*
Washington, May 21.-The report
resentative from Orange county subject to
that Private Parks was temporarily the action of the Democratic primary to beheld MUNMMAKERS
June 2nd. This
insane from a poisoned cigarette given ,J. H. REESE. Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale, For Way
Rent etc.* for this column 25c for one day.
him by a Mexican girl when he FOR REPRESENTATIVE 60c for three days, or $1.00 for one week for
rode straight into the Mexican lines I 2 5 words or less. Money most accompany
I candidacy for Rep. the advertisements fer this column as no
, on the back of one blooded horse and res ntative announce from Orange my county subject 18the nsertions I will be made on credit Your doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your

' leading another, is highly creditableto action of the Democratic primary to be
bead June 2nd. case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
those who have traveled in the S. S. GRIFFIN. FOR SALE

"land of the greasers." The Mexican Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI lour year old buds; Foster Early,
women have often given this poisonto .. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again
their lovers out of jealousy. hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle,
Representative from Orange county for the
This,herb, os neen, or toloachi, and next session of the Florida Legislature, subject popka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
to the Democratic primary to be held
the plants spread in many slightly June 2nd. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT

different species almost all over the C. P. DICKINSON.FOR bargain; recently completely overhauled -

earth. It is our Jimson weed. The REPRESENTATIVEYielding and made good as new in every -

Hindu women use it for the same pur- part;; guaranteed first class condition -
their Mexican sisters to to what appears to be the desire ; must be sold at once, even at But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
pose of leading citizens in almost every pre- sacrifice. Come, or address, White
cause their lovers to lose their minds. chrct of Orange county that one of the candidates Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
to be nominated for Representativen
Hindu robbers mix it in candy and i the primary election of June 2nd should 4-23-tf your doctor wrote it.Don't.
give it by some trick to the inmatesof be from the country precincts. I hereby announce -
myself a candidate. FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and
a house. The eaters of the candy! A. B. NEWTON. gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
are thrown into a deep sleep, under FOR INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 -20-dlOt-wlmo

cover of which the burglars loot. -
I hereby announce myself a candidate for I BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING ForgetThat
Toloachi is a low-growing plant election as a Member of the County Board of
your orange grove, or other real!
Public Instruction from District No.
2. Orange
with white flowers and curious
County Florida. estate, call on or write F. G. Arnold,
vessels projecting much like the M. M. SMITH. Orlando, Fla. Office at 25 East Pine

} horns of a steer. The seeds are MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUC- street after June 1st- 5-15-lw a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

pounded and mixed in the tobacco 'of I hereby announce TION myself as a candidate PROPERTY in the vicinity of New be dollars and may be a l life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peOple -

a cigarette. Usually melancholic for re-election to the office of Member of York city, with residence, to exchange -
idiocy and slumber are induced, but Board of Public Instruction, Orange County for Orlando property on cash and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But.you are fortunate
tram District No. to the
3. subject coming
sometimes there is violent:madness rimary. Very respectfully valuation Orlando .Fla.J. M., 307 West street, -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

and even quick death. It has been Zellwood, Fla. WM. EDWARDS. 5-3-lm-d&w these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

used my Mexican men to kill a rival. FOR SALE-A lot of second hand

Toloachi must not be confused with FOR hereby SUPERVISOR announce myself OF REGISTRATIONI as a candidate doors, windows and blinds. Bargain People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

maringuana, of which Mexicans are for re-electwn to the office of Supervisor of prices. Apply 411 South Main street.
Registration for Orange County subject tothe 5-23-3t
so fond that they form clubs to smoke Democratic primary to be held June 2nd

it. The Rio Grande border authori- 914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. FOR SALE-One piano. 1 gas stove,

ties are active in checking the use of 1 oil stove, 1 suit furniture and

for it often arouses ,the FOR COMMISSIONER I child's: iron bed and mattress; cheap;
I hereby announce myself a candidate for leaving city. Apply 227 Boone street DeLaney &
basest passions and leads to lust and re-election as County Commissioner from 5-24-lt AbernethyNext
District No. 1 of Orange county subjectthe to
'' bloodshed. action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
support will be greatly appreciated
FOR SALE-Six room house, bath
REST ROOM SUCCESSThe hot and cold water, garage, hun- Door lOc Store. Orlando Florida.
COUNTY TREASURER dred. foot square corner lot, frontingon ,
Rest Room of the Woman'sClub I hereby announce myself a, candidate for a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net .
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
has proved to be a remarkable Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S,"

success and now at the close of the J.. H. TUCKER. care Sentinel. 5-24-6 -,c
season, business is so brisk that the FOR SHERIFFI WANTED-Unfurnished room in private Dr. BuckmasterOsteopathic WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I YOUR PRINTING
hereby announce myself as a candidate
ladies are in doubt about dosing tip for Sheriff of Orange County subject to .the house; light housekeeping; AND DO ALL KINDS OF i
s the rooms as there: h a constant de Democratic primary of FINK 1914. town or near. Address "S. 7 Gore I Look through your desk and see if

mand from the out-of-town people fora GORDON. avenue, Orlando. 5-24 OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which

X FOR SHERIFF Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
place of this kind. Lunches are I announce myself as a candidate for the WANTED-Grove work, pruning and at 24 and we will call, get your
served at the room and under the abl office of Sheriff of Orange County.. Florida, doctoring trees a specialty, by ex- 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and

management of Miss Alma Pagenhart subject native of to Orange the Democratic county. In primary.asking the I am votes a perienced horticulturist and orange at the lowest price consistent with

the success of the room has been most of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge grower. Would take care of property Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
the Vities of the office without fear through summer or permanent. Address best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
pronounced. Certainly the good ladies or favor to any man for the upholding of the C. G. Hennig, 215 West street, up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
of the club who have had the laws and the preservation of peace and good south. 5-22-6 diseases treatedTelephone
order in the county. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Rest Room in charge have been amply WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
WANTED-A man of 55, able to care 578. L H. RAMSDEU
repaid by the spontaneous thanks o f FOR COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC IN.STRUCTION. for stock and do other work, desires Pepper Crates. 4-29m

the traveling public and the many I hereby announce. DISTRICT myself as NO.a candidat 3 a home. L. A. Williams, Gen. Delivery OPTOMETRIST

tired ladies and babies. The room for the office ef Member of the Count city. 5-14-lw Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likin) Rubber Stamps made to order at
Board of Public Instruction from School it 'he kind Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
from financial you want Where to
{ has also been successful a Board District Nt. 3. subject to the actioBof LOST-Two Airdale ,terriers; weigh :t' That's get .. .. .. FLORIDAPut
standpoint, but needs! the ac the Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914 I about 35 pounds each names"Sandy" easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO
; L'I 'rican.
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to : 1-20-tf bicycle fixed in
tive support of the public and busines the educational interests of the county and and "Michael." Reward.E. in advertising If you want your
money purse by take it to
faithful service. 5-12-tf Phone 444 Auto a hurry Warman12 Repair
men of 'Sanford.-Sanford Herald C. IL GALLOWAY.. Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel Shop.
e FOUND-Bulb for auto horn. Owner

FOR I hereby INSTRUCTION THE announce COUNTY myself DISTRICT BOARD as candidate OF NO.PUBLI 2 for may for have this notice.it by identifying Call at Sentinel.and paying -:111: : :-:-:: t=\ \\\\m'\ \'" i\---\\\ \\,\i\\\\" ;\ 44141- \-4f4 4'iT's \ \\\Ut

the office of Member of the County Board Jf
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY Public Instruction from School Board District SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER to
By Claude L'Engle No. 2, subject to the action of the Democrat first twenty students enrolling in the
primary June 2nd, 1914. If, elected I will Business College. You must act at III HOUSE
rive due attention to the work of the office once in order to obtain advantage of
Dont't Get Stung- and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair to all the school it. Southern Schools of Commerce,

:May bees are good little in J. B. REDDITT. Hand building. t 5-24-3t

But sects they, don't fly in June I am FOR a candidate COUNTY-for COMMISSIONER tie office of County FOR RENT

Commissioner of Orange county from f FURNISHING R I [ I IN REAL l lE.A.Et
In the June primary District t. If elected I promise to servo the QUESTION
Don't waste time on May people here to the best of my ability, having resided FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with .
a number of yean I am qualified electric lights and bath, close in,
bees. to know the needs of the section and four blocks from
the postoffice. 7 West
; Some other man may be all Respectfully Robinson avenue, city. 5-22-3t

right for you in Congress; Apopka Fla. A C. STARBIRD : EST;

Some other man may be in NICELY FURNISHED HOME on

line with progressive De- I hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER n-yrelf a candidate for Lake Cherokee for rent from June to

mocracy. re-election as ComaiuWner from District No. October, also six room unfurnished Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

Some other man may be 3 action. Orange./ the county Democratic Florida primary, subject to be to held the cottage. Address Kentucky Home delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an .added

able after to election think for the people June 2nd 1914. J. L. DILLARD. 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

But may be some other man FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI FOR RENT-Two office spaces ia ble in every sense of the word.HIIimiMMIMIIIiMillHIiMiiMmMMillilllllM.

won't. hereby announce myself as a candidate our store at No. 9 W. Church street
for County Commissioner: Orange c.unty. Come in and w
we will show Pierce > M
And may be you'll get District Four, subject to the action of the! you.
Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will Electric Co. 3-29-tf
stung fooling with him. f.eatly appreciate your support. 1\\ CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you '
r You know that Claude Your truly TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
L'Engle! is NOT a may be; Pint Castle, FU. 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. to purchase goods on extended payments twitJivut the expense of join-

You know that he..wffl FOR

think and act for you, I announce COUNTY muse|! as COMMISSIONER a candidate for ree MISCELLANEOUS \ \ ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
election to the office ef County Conunmio
Because he is now in Congress er, Orange County District Five subject
doing this thing to the decision of the Democratic primary \ | feature you.
very June 2nd. 1914. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet '
When you can get a sure Respectfully potato slips at $1.75 per 1000. '. MIMMMMIMtMMMIiMMMtMBMIttiitMIHIMMIIMIMHIKincaid .
thing, Ft Christmas Fla. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
Don't risk the best chance Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
that ever happened. I hereby announce my candidacy for the OPENED AT/14 BRYAN ST.-The a
Claude L'Engle has been office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, lu1> Florida Meat Market. Fresh
ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary meatsof
time-tried and firetested called for Jane 2nd, 1914. If nominated and all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-
in the rights.He fights. for thepeople's elected 1 pledge you_my faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT. Belch son. Your proprietor.patronage solicited.5-3-lm S. SnowdenFurniture

is the one sure thing I hereby announce myself as a candidate Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
for in for re-election to the office of Tax Collector. for prices on Cow Peas
r you this race for of Orange County subject to the Democratic 4-29m
Congress in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re- of Characterat
elected I pledge to you my faithful service First class
{ Brazing a specialty at
District.He as I have endeavored to give in the past
Warman's Repair Shop 0' Court St.
is there for term w. t: MARTIN.
one 12-5-tf.
Keep him there for another Who is Popular ..... ...
your painter and decorator Cow Peas
at F. F. Dutton's, San-
Vote for Claude L'Engle If yta are satisfied keep the one you ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
first. have io if note phone W' T. Entrican, 519tf.
Take a chance second No. 636. 1-20-tf Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida : ;

Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
Job printing at the at F. P. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.
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9.KIDNAPPED :Miss Fannie Flusser of New Albany -- Prince Alexander of Te [ CHIlD IS RESTORED BARGAIN INORANGE
Ind., has placed two rooms of to be governor general of Canada, I

her fashionable flat at the disposal of and who is a brother of Queen Maryof .
F young women who would like to en- England, has done much in the : THE MARKETOf

I I tertain their gentlemen friends and cause of charity, especially in behalfof .,
Experience' have no suitable place in which to do hospitals and in the furtheranceof ,
Jacksonville Child Has an ,
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That Is Like One Reads in QualityFRESH
the Story BooksA Ten acres on beautiful lake :

two and one half miles from the : AND SALT MEATS
Jacksonville contains the
paper court house in the fastest
following in its issue of yesterday: .

Lois Blanford, 9 years old, is back Beck & ing section of Orange County,
Payne Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
in Jacksonville, after her exciting experiences Seven hundred orange and grape

and this morning saw her screened from the flies
fruit Everything away and kept fresh
trees. Fire hundred in
father for the first time in .a month,
and told him all about it. He had Cash Grocery full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

gone to Sanford, but on telegraphic .big paying propcsition. Owner We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
advices from J. E. Burgess, of the
Metropolitan Detective agency, hurried I is getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line. I

; back, arriving this morning.Lois I Present crop on trees indicate

night by, who Mr.was Burgess brought, stayed here at last the STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES two thousand boxes. Price only i The PARLOR MARKET .'

Burgess home, as her stepmother is $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on

also out of the city in Savannah.Her .
terms. H. M. Self & !
story has not yet been made Co.
public, as her father said she was Nice new stock. White Rose
tired after her adventure. It was Cooper Atha :! PINE STREET

said, however, that on the afternoon brand Canned goods, Fox River But- I i

of April 20th, when she was last seen 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor I Phone No. 80wlilMIMMMIIIIMHIIilitmmi llj

here, and when she asked permissionto ter "Pride" the highest grade butter- II
go to the Dignan Park playgrounds Phone No. 311WI III

h that'she walked on down ine. Call and get our cash prices.
Main street to a garage near Orange i
street. There she met some one who i '>imMIIIMMimHl MlltlllMtlMMitlMIMeMIMiOHi entMIIIIMitfCMftf
took her in a machine to the union

depot, and from there went by train 11 West Robinson Avenue

north.It is. believed that she was told she
would be taken to her real mother, 1111111'1111'IIIII"llllle IIIIIJIIIII'IIIIIIIII' ;

Mrs. Lois Manley, and therefore,went

readily. Apparently she did not see

Mrs. Manley at that time, at least so

far as the authorities know. The *
Fare 302 New Goods Arriving
mother arrived here a few days later, n Daily
and stayed two weeks, and at that r' DAILY BETWEEN fV

time appeared as much at a loss as ,; BUFFALO $

the Blandfords to account for her ab- 1 ILEVELAND

Deputy Sheriff J. C. Crawford is
t. t
expected to leave at once for Savannah -
with the intention of bringing We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

back a man and woman who gave Tl made by Schloss Bros.., of Baltimore. "King Quality"' Shoes.
their names as Edgar and Nena THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"bngtaSOOfc

Bridgeforth, arrested in Savannah in ;breadth 9S feat 6 indie!*;$10 lUtCTOom and parlor accoauMxUtiag 1SOO: pMencn. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen ;and Tower
Grater in cwt-larger m all rropeniorichcr u all appointment* thin any ataimer oa
connection with the case. inland of the world; la 1+th.Ifesnificeot .
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The little girl has had experienceas Stem n"SEEANDBEE. "Cty of Erieud"Ctj of Buffalo"Daily

exciting as any in her story books. -BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May in to Dec.1st & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

She is apparently none the worse for II m tea.Anne.BaLlo Cleveland. 900 740A.M.P.M. AmwEufl Lan ClneJua.Ie . '740A.M.Eailera :00 P.M.. .

them, though very glad to be home ( Standard Tune)
with her father again. &aiieclioa: atandandlOTl .ie. .).ToWoDetroit udall poiuta'.....dSoorath..1W1roai
J ticket radix bctwee Biflale aid drreUnd arc food fortnuporutkmoai our atcamen.
She is said to have been disguisedas Atk TOOT ticket era'for bcLet na C&B.Lme Vnl M foe bandtgme flliMtrateJ booklet free. .. '

a little boy, .and to have lived in THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland 0. w.a. SLEMONS

several'different towns in Georgia and .

South' Carolina, being taken from I A
to the of the
place place as pursuit

authorities became, hotter. Just before 1
To the West and NorthwestVIA
she was found, Mr. Burgess said IMmiliMIHllllllMUMtinillllMMHMIHIIitllMlllltIM.DO ...

that she had been taken far back into .
the woods near the town of Cope,
s. c. : ) YOU :'
That there are other dangers than
,bullets in Mexico, Stonewall Jacksonicaiucu 1IB, I
1 .._ 'thM'....... ...... ....ti.... !I
: : \ war, anuiuiug
to the account of Lieutenant Colonel I DaJ. Dixie
Henderson. Jackson fell beneath the Limited Fixrer SOUTH ATLA.'ITIC. LIMITED
V Orlando, A. C. 1........1%:11 am 1:11 pm I v Orlando, ........................ 1:13 pmr
charm of a Mexican beauty. Jacksgndlle A. C. 1..... 6:45am 7:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 'l'JOpm
"Who the magnet was he never con- V J Jacksonvlne A. C. L... :3hm 8:25pm v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... .5 pm
v Wa7Cl'Oilo A. c.L..11:50 am 10:25 pm v W&1C1'06So A. C. I. ........... ,a Opm
fessed; but that he went near to los- r Macon. G. S. .. F....... G13 pm <1:15 am r Macon G. S. A. F.-, _.-:3:46 am JqulDi
ing his heart to some charming'senorita -' r Atlanta C. of GL...... 8:03pm 1:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ga ..........;:? 'l,2amr
r Knoxville, I. .. N. .............12:19 pm
he more than once acknowledged, Chattanooga W. A...1%:11 am 11:5hm r Corbin L. .. No ................ a:1G pmr
and he took much trouble to Nu h rllle. N. C. .. St. L. <<:5&am <<:30 pm r Louisville, L. 6. N. .............. 9:00 pm
Indianapolis Via. L. ............ ,
r 1:50 am
advantage in her He not J..r St. Loui& L c.A 1. A N. !:50 pm 710 am
eyes. Az Lexington, 1. N. ............ I:50 pmM NSURANCE
only learned to dance, an accomplishment Iiopkinsvi L. .. N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cineinanti I. A: N..8. :50 pm
which must have taxed his per- M Evanarille. I. A: N..... 1:25am 1:25pm r KalaIl1&soo. G. R. A: L ..........12:20 pm
.. r Grand Rapids G. R. .. L ....... Z:4Spm
Ar Terre Haute. C. E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am
severance to the utmost, but he spent Ar Chicago C. E. L..... II:58 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15 ami A. L. BECK LUMBER CP. ,
some months in learning Spanish; and i

i it is significant that to the end of I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Lumber and Building Material 1
his life he retained a copious vocabulary I Solid train composed of section drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted Kiln Dried
loom sleeping cars compartment
of those tender diminutives which ors and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
and section drawing-room between Jacksonville and
Chicago sleeping Cincinnati and Phone 451 Orlando/jFla.
fall so gracefully from Spanish lips.
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville
and Indianapolis; I IDon't
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
L The Woman's club of Jacksonville Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ,.
las offered to a member of the 1914 artment, observation sleepers and clectluighted Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand insecticides and
section drawing-room sleepers. Fust wait for every one in town to We insure your life and loan you Spray material, -
:. graduating class of the Duval high lass coaches and, smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car have Entrican, the painter, before money on real estate at 6 per cent fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San- i
school a scholarship for a course in erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati you try. Am too busy to look you interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
Phone 636 and I will be Building, Tampa, Fla. erature. 4-29-lm.
the Curry
domestic science and domestic art in --- ---- -- up. on I
,the Florida State College for Women, W. R O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Titket Agent I

f.I; in Tallahassee. Atlantic Coast Line Orlando For the news, read The Sentinel IJ I Read the advertisements daily. Sentinel "wants" fin your wants.lllllllllltSIIIIIIIII t

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Members of Orlando's social circles [

were delightfully surprised yesterdaywith
I the news of the engagement of
{ froaytt Attention uniform Courtes yf Mr. Frank Drummond Guernsey to

f So Details Il :Hiss Anita McChesney, the announce-
ment having been made by the latter's -

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles : '
: ::.t :
)) -.d5. .
McChesney:: at their home in :

Amityville, N. Y.
y )lisslcChesney:: is one of the

brightest, most attractive visitors the
city has ever had, and by her charm- .
ing personality and sweetness won "

for herself a host of friends during .. ". ., : .:", >
'. I:::::.
several seasons spent with her aunt
i and uncle, )lr. and :Mrs.: S. A. John-

it isn't convenient for customers to son.Mr.
:: Guernsey has friends innumer- I i f T1IJ\T FLAG
come to the bank in person to transact their able and it would be well nigh impos- .

business. sible to find any one so popular or so Iti stands for the protection of life
deserving of the happiness which is .
A letter or phone conversation, giving us sure to be his. and property American Citizens :

instructions, is given our personal attention The wedding will take place in flhLll everywhere J

4 Amityville early in the fall. r,
and '
promptly carefully.
:: anilthe (

Every individual banking here is assur TAYLORNEWSOMEThe i tllW7 same Government protects I

ed all the advantages of a helpful, accommodating friends of Mr. and Mrs ArthurK. : llhJI! their finances when entrusted to .

service, combined with sound banking Taylor and Miss :Mary: Bynum to this "National" Bank, .....vlic1is :
methods and capable management. Taylor will be much interested in the
following announcement which appeared under Government supervision .. .' : .
Your account invited. in yesterday's Times-Union: .: }. .' .
.. .
:Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. .. '
Taylor announce ..' .. .
the marriage of their daughter .: .. "'. ...
Mary Bynum, to :Mr. W. V. New- ".. .:... ....
S some, Jr., of Ocala, Sunday, :May: 24, .... .' .... I" '-r ......:.....,:.'.
the ceremony being performed by .

Rev.Presbyterian Dr. J. B.church.BACCALAUREATE French. at the First 1L',&I 1Do 1\\

I '. .
IIHIimmilllllMMMMIMMMIIiliMMIimMtHWe : '
(Continued from 5)) :: k a i. :: :
page "t'b'
Will Put the Reins ; .
beauty we must find them in Him ,'to" D
9WlJ 1
: .....JJ. : '... .. .. .- .. ,...' .' .:'. < :;.' : ::
Ideal in whom :
who is our they arexemplified. '. ..., . .
i of Success in Your I .'

: In Florence a beautiful statue of a .. .. .. .
: '
: :: -: : : : slave girl, well dressed, attracted the : : : : : .: :. /:: :. : ::
! HandsHow : attention of a forlorn, ragged and un- ... "

I cared for little girl. Gazing long at -- F-

? By furnishing you witha : the statue, the child went on her way, .liilllltttMMIIttltltiliiiMHtHlilliMMItMtttMMHttMMIiilMlitl IMMIilillillMMIIIIIIMinimilMMMatllltlMMIItllMMMIimMMMOIMM MtliM
: but next day returned with her hair :
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : combed, her face and hands clean"he "HMMMMMMMMttttllltMMIMIMItMmMIHIillllllMlltlMIIMIMIMItMM

: call on you. He will give you a :. this time following with her day tatters she came sewed again up,, ttittillMMMIMIIIIIMIillMIMIMI " HHIIMM ,.

formula that will make and mature : and so, day by day trying to imitate
the perfection of the statue, her own
fruit life became transformed. We havea ill
grander Ideal. To be in Christ isto

have power for moral force, to be
incapable of insisting on gratifyingone's

T S nm rn f rllll r Co.ORLANDO and nity to to wishes see glorify in whether each God duty and right benefit an or opportu-wrong one's, I I SPOT .IN THE TOWN .

I 1 fellow men. ,." , , ,
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA To the graduates Mr. Cobb added
the reminder that their day of graduation -
a tttlMIIIMHUHIIMCMtMllillttMIHIIIilHIMillCOW :t should not be considered the

____ completion of education, but as a way- TODAY
station on the road to wisdom. If
k " " 'I"'I'II"'II'II"'I'II' i satisfied with the present attainments, I

and considering education at an end, I No. 20 "
"Pathe's Weekly ,
PEAS j the benefit of past work will be lost ,
Looking back o\o- difficulties? met I
R and conquered, jcu r.;htly rejoice "Conquest Of Man," an Essanay dl ama

that you did not go down in defeat,

.A..I-'" ....;. -- :. you well have and successfully.May the satisfaction. of striving. "Tested By .Fire." An exceptional Selig drama.

We have limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- : :: the same patience and perseverance '' "
f a and triumph be yours as you "The Best Man. Another of those Lubin comedies. ,

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam : go out from our control to meet the I

larger obstacles and responsibilities :
desired. Price right. .:
ing quantity sure
? of life. A Great'8ill
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of : To you each individually I would I .
give Sir William Jones' fine translation I
all kinds. :
from an Oriental source:

: Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers "On parents' knees,.whilst yet a newborn I

etc. Phones 181191. :II Weeping So. live thee that thou babe smiled, sinking sats't, ; while to thy all ast around, long I SBeIa1 i l Music i by j "That" Orchestra r

; F. IF. DuttonI Thou may'st the weep.smile" while all around

I Mrs.:: Ethel Stevens, of Orlando,
5-15-tf. I who has been spending a week with I MillllllllMIMHIM* . ItiiMilt , .
I ..ttl her brother, W. D. Bell and I i I 1111111""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII"
. , ill MillitllMMMIiMMMHMMMilll Mil--
", " " " " IMMIMf...I family, returned to her home Tues- "
_ _ _ _ _ _
dalrs.:: Stevens' little daughter,
R ttHIMMHIIHIMMMimtlllMlllimiMMIMIHIATTENTION Martha, who has been attending ORLANDO TO HAVE NEW DRUGSTORE HlliillllMIMIIIIi, . . .. a

school here, returned with her moth- WHOLESALE AND

; er.-Arcadia. J. C. Enterprise.Mr. Warren died. Tuesday, RETAILMr. SpPua n ijillm r rOur

who has been with
May 19, at his home in Montgomery, J. L Dean, I
Ala. Mrs. Warren is the daughter of the DeLaney Drug company for the :

Stock' Reducing Sale Capt. and :Mrs.: J. .B. Wilson of this last eight months, will soon open a new line for the Spring
city and has many friends here who drug business in Orlando with a big, I
deeply sympathize with her. fine new stock of goods, his store to and Summer season of 1914 is
be located in*the building now occupied now complete. Never in the his-

Continued 30 DaysM8SESIA1ILOT&DUM KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOOLDAYS by the Ladies' Exchange.1r.:: tory of our business have we

a FOR :ALL TIME Dean is very optimistc about the future been able to show such a line of

of Orlando. He has traveled all new and timely goods for Eas-
: the state and in every city of j
Your graduation portraits and thoseof over I ter selling. Our line of Dress
and he he be-
4 importance says
your classmates-precious to you any wide I Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
of most
} for now-will be priceless in the years to lieves one I 1 Ready-to-Wear goods and
Agents Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
\ awake towns in the state. :Mr.: Deanis
notions is complete-the stylesare
retail and wholesale
come.We thorough
are exhibiting new and attract- a varied enough to suit
Patterns having had ten I
ive styles of school pictures that will druggist years practical in keeping with
experience in the drug business, the taste of every one, and the prices are
make most apropriate class gifts, and idea of economy. To accommodate the
1'a and he is also a graduate of the New every
"I' " .' (N which are priced consistently. York of Pharmacy. Since Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
We would be pleased to have you .... *,t, .let.. until the,... 19th.. .. of Anril at n 15- to- 25 per cent.
being in Orlando lUre Dean has mademany I I ut: "" -- -
CHARITY CONCERT AT GRAND for this cause. Mr. Walter Drennenand make a visit to our studio. friends who are glad to hear of R :heaper than the regular prices.
EVANS, I will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
WEDNESDAY EVENING Mr. Cestia Lawton will sing on his intentions to open business. Be- We
Orlando's Artistic Photographer, No. will call on us.
h this evening, which fact alone oughtto fore coming to Orlando Mr. Dean was you our line if you
100 N. Main St, one block north of
draw a big crowd. Everybody engaged in the drug business in Union
4 There are two very poor families in court house. Phone 125.
should go for charity's sake if nothing Springs, Ala. where he gained an en-
Orlando who need help, there being

sickness in both families. Mrs. Brax- i I If else.any one ,wishes to contribute to LOST-Crochet embroidered handkerchief bag! contair with:'g' the an viable a success.reputation. It is Mr.and Dean's achieved intention quite I: H. NNm New Yoik Bargain SID! a

%' ton Beacham has kindly offered to I the comfort of these families, kindly letter "B," alligator purse, about five to put in a large'stock of drugs and i .
give 25 per cent. of the receipts at address Mrs. D. M. Topliff at 212 dollars in charge. Return to this office druggists' sundries and make a spe'c.lty -
and receive reward. :Mrs.: Florence MIIIMBiMIIMMttOt+fo"
R the .Grand theater Wednesday night II East Jackson street. "" I Beardall. 5-26-3t :: of prescription work. .

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