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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 27, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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7 1 THE MORNING SENTINEL. :



THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe 1

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


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27,1914. NUMBER.91.



WHITE[ DOVEOf[ PEACE[ [ HOVERSOVER[ [ B BURLESON[ N OFFERS PLAN SENATOR[ R BRYAN' rOiNT P CRIMINAL r PROSECUTION[ f FOR NEW


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WILSON WITHDRAWS HIS CANNOT FORCE E COMPANY TO PUT WILL HAVE EFFECT ON AMENDMENT MAY NOT BE COI. ROOSEVELT[ [ SPENT[ TWENTY[ I.MELLEN'S DISCLOSURES TO

DEMAND FOR HUERTA'S WIRES[ UNDER[ GROUND SEVERAL TOWNS IN BROUGHT UP AGAIN AT MINUTES[ WITH PRESIDENT[ BE FOLLOWED UP ifr

ELIMINATIONIN FLORIDA IF IT IS THIS SESSION OF COURT ACTION

President Cheney Says City Has ADOPTED CONGRESS Inspected His Trophies at Smithsonian

INSURING SUCCESS OF MEOIAIf Neither Legal Nor Moral Institute and Delivered Lectureto lfDYARD Nm All WfD[ 10 APPEAR[

Right to So OrderIn OrrUNS: [ HIS IDEA TO CONGRESS[ S VICE PRESIDENT[ [ READY TO RUlE Geographic Society-

IN THE OPINION OF THE MEXICAN UNLESS HE AGREED TO WAIVE
a lengthy communication ad- Washington, May 26.-Special.-( ) IMMUNITY
AND TESTIFY
VOLUNTARILY
IS -
ENVOYS IT SAID THAT
dressed to the city commission Mr. POSTMASTER GENERAL HOLDS ON POINT OF ORDER SUBMITTED Theodore Roosevelt, who arrived at

TENTATIVE PEACE PROTOCOLIS John M. Cheney, president of the Or- OPINION THAT THE GOVERNMENT BY FLORIDA SENATOR the union station early this afternoon, BEFORE THE,I. C.

NOW BEING DRAWN UP FOR lando Water and Light company,, HAS BEEN SPENDING ALTHOUGH HE HAS RE- spent a remarkable afternoon and COMMISSION CONDUCTING INVESTIGATION

SIGNATURE takes theT position that the city has TOO MUCH MONEY FOR SERVED DECISION TILL evening in Washington during whichhe
neither the legal nor the moral rightto greeted old friends and laid plans
order the to put its wires POSTAL BUILDINGS OCCASION ARISES for the political future.So .
company
Washington, May 26.-(Special.)-
Niagara Falls, Ont., May 26.-Spe-(
ciaL-The White House today sur- under ground, as proposed in a reso- dense was the crowds at the depot The directors of the New Haven rail-
rendered its demand for the uncondi- lution recently adopted by the com- Washington, May 26.-In a reportto Washington, May 26.-Senator Bryan that the police had difficulty in road who served under the late J.
mission.Mr. Postmaster General Bur- of Florida, has raised a parlia- the colonel
tional elimination of Huerta. Secre- congress getting to his automobile, Pierpont Morgan will be criminally
tary Bryan authorized the American Cheney directs the attention of leson in effect charges congress with mentary point that is proving a veritable so eager were the people to greet him. prosecuted following the disclosures

delegates to accept Huerta's termson the commission to correspondence that extravagance in making appropriations bomb in the ranks of the suf- From the station he went to the made by Mellen, the former president

this point. passed between the aldermanic coun- for a number of postoffice build- fragists.The Smithsonian Institute, where he inspected of the road.
cil and the company- during the pend- ings in Florida. He declares that the woman suffragists who have his African and South Amer-
By receding from his original de- This was assured today when the
ency of the contract which now exists amounts appropriated are beyond the been earnestly advocating the Bris- ican trophies, and posed for many
mand President Wilson, in the opin- Interstate Commerce Commission ina
between the city and the com- needs of the service. He submits the tow-Mondell amendment have encoun- photographs.From .
ion of the Mexican envoys, has assured personal letter to Lewis Cass Led-
pany, when such a proposition was following recommendations: tered quite a serious parliamentary
the Institute he drove to the
the success of the confer- yard refused to allow him immunityby
ence and avoided war. peace made by the council, and the reply of "That a public building for post- difficulty in securing further actionin White House. He was unescorted appearing before the body under
the company with the resulting actionby office only be not authorizedfor the senate. The day after Chair-
purposes when he called on President Wilson.
The actual drafting of a tentative subpoena. He was given the privilege -
council after the company had pro- any place unless the rental paid man Thomas, of the suffrage com- His visit lasted twenty minutes, and
protocol, according to the an- of waiving immunity and
peace ap-
tested that such an order would be for government offices is as much as mittee, reported the Bristow amend- when he came out President Wilson
nouncement of Lamar, one of the pearing voluntarily. Ledyard was
prohibitory on account of the attendant $1,000 per annum and then only when ment, Senator Bryan, of Florida, and
Secretary Tumulty accompaniedhim
American delegates, was begun this deeply chagrined when told that he
expense. In that correspondenceMr. either the postoffice receipts raised the point of order that the
gross to the door. Not hint
morning by the mediators. I I a was would not be permitted to testify.
Cheney said the company could amount to as much as $15,000 or the resolution having been defeated could dropped as to what transpired be-
From an equally high source it was He was on hand eagerly awaiting to
not afford the expense of the pro- population to as much as five thou- not be brought forward again duringthe tween the two. I I
learned that names are now being be called to the stand today. He
posed improvement, that it would sand. same session. There was no ruling -
considered for provisional president From the White House Col. Roose- stated that he was willing to tell the
work a hardship upon the company "That public buildings, not exceed- on Mr. Bryan's point on the
i who would be accepted by both Huerta velt attended a reception at the homeof truth but that his story would differ
and would cripple it so financially ing twelve thousand square feet in ground that the matter Was not be-
.
and Carranza. Senator Lodge. Tonight he deliv- materially from that of Mellen.
that it would be unable to make the area, to be used exclusively or in part fore the senate. There was an inti-
ered a lecture before the Geographic
extensions necessary to keep up with for postoffice purposes, be divided mation from the vice-president that After reading the commission's let-
society, where he told of the South
the growing demands. In concludinghis into classes letters of in case the Bristow resolution was ter Ledyard said that he was willingto
designated by
DAISY MIMS TI.SOFNER[ [ MANY American trip and dealt with the discovery -
i. tell all he knew and didn't desire
letter to the commission he says: the alphabet; that the size of such called up he was prepared to rule.
of the river.
new
.JOUSE[ ROBBERIES! "I respectfully submit on behalf of buildings be determined on the basisof It was evident that the vicepresident immunity.
r i ,. i the company that the city does not two hundred square feet of build- had looked up the parliamentary Today's proceedings were short.
: have either the moral or the legal ing area for each of the estimated situation and others interested in the Many of the directors of the New

Negro Girl of Fourteen Pleads Guiltyto right to demand that we put our number of persons to be employed in subject have made a pretty thorough YOUNGEST[ BISHOP Will BfN Haven were represented by physiciansand
; wires under ground." the postoffice ten years hence, and examination and have found that lawyers armed with affidavits.
and CONSECRATED N [ mN[ J 30
Helps
Charges The letter was referred to the city that the limit of cost for such build- there never has been a precedent established After hearing these pleas Commis-

Convict Parrish solicitor for opinion. ings be fixed in accordance with the in either house of congresson sioner McChord ordered adjournmentuntil

following standards, allowing not this subject because in neither June 3.
Dispensation Granted for August
Daisy Mims, the fourteen year old more than 75 per cent. additional to house, so far as anybody has been There is much speculation as to
negro girl who was arrested some CHAMP ClARK fAVORS SIX cover the cost of United States court able to ascertain, has a committeeever Clerical Ceremony to Be Heldat why the hearing was adjourned. Many

time ago by Marshal William Smith accommodations: Class A, area required reported a bill or resolution St. Augustine believe the president ordered adjourn-
charged with committing a numberof YEAR TERM f FOR R PRESIDENT[ four thousand square feet or vhich has been defeated during the I ment to allow Attorney General Mc-

house robberies that had the peopleof less, limit of cost $25,000; Class B, session. That Vice-President Mar- Returning from New York Satur- Reynolds to begin criminal proceed-

Orlando puzzled for awhile, madean area required four thousand and five shall has also examined these -prece- day afternoon Bishop-elect Curley is ings against the directors on the testimony -
interesting witness in criminal Says Under Present System Chief hundred square feet, limit of cost dents there seems to be no question, now permanently located in St. Au- already- furnished.

court yesterday.The Executive Spends His Four Yearsin $27,500; Class C, area required five and those with whom he has talkedare gustine as head of the diocese and Others believe adjournment was

girl pleaded guilty to the Trying to Get Back thousand square feet, limit of cost convinced that he intends to establish will take charge formally on Tues- taken to allow the commission's ex- X

charges- against her and she was sub- $30,000; Class D, area required five a precedent upon the Bristow day, June 30th, when he will be con- aminers to go to New York to exam-
sequently used as a witness for the New York, May 26.-Speaker thousand and five hundred feet, limit resolution if an opportunity affords secrated bishop of the diocese of St ine Morgan's books which were early a.

prosecution against Bud Parrish, a Champ Clark in an address to the of cost $35,000; Class E, area required and will decide that a defeated meas- i Augustine at the cathedral here, says today offered open to the commissionfor
negro of about forty, who was heldas graduates of a commercial school, de- six thousand square feet, limitof ure can not again be considered in the the St. Augustine Record. examination.
a receiver of stolen goods. Accord- clared he would like to have the pres- cost $40,000; Class F, area requiredsix same session. If he does it will be While the rules of the Catholic

ing to the testimony of the girl she ident elected for six years, with the thousand and five hundred square based upon Jefferson's Manual, although church provide that the consecrationof MISS CORA BELLE CRAWFORDTO

committed the thefts under the direc- provision that after that he be "eter- feet, limit of cost $45,000; Class G, not literally a part of the a bishop take place on a Sunday,
BE GRADUATED
tion of Parrish. nally ineligible." area required seven thousand square rules of the senate is printed with of the feast day of an apostle, for

Several wtinesses were called to "As it is now," he said, "a presi- feet, limit of cost $50,000; Class H, the rules, and declares that no meas- various reasons it was not practicableto
identify property that had been stol- dent spends most of his first term area required eight thousand square ure defeated can be brought up again have the ceremony on Sunday or Friends of Miss Cora Belle Craw-

en, among them being Mrs. Sweet- trying to get back again. We woulddo feet, limit of cost $60,000; Class I, during the same session.It Monday and a dispensation was asked, ford, the third daughter of Hon. M

apple Hammond, who identified a revolver away with the custom of inaugu- area required nine thousand square is not yet known whether there requesting permission to have the George W. Crawford, of Conway,

; Miss Ruth McCullough, who rations, particularly on March 4. feet, limit of cost $70,000; Class J, will be an opportunity to settle this event take place on Tuesday, June have received invitations to attend
identified several dresses and piecesof They are merely spectacles for sight- area required ten thousand square interesting parliamentary point be- 30th. The bishop-elect has just received the commencement exercises of the

dress goods, and Mr. Justin Van seers. Elections should be held on feet, limit of cost $80,000; Class K, cause no one can tell whether there the dispensation from Rome, Florida State College for Women at

Buskirk, who identified a ring. These the last Monday in October. area required eleven thousand square will be time in the senate to again and the papal bulls have arrived, authorizing Tallahassee June 10, when she will
articles represented only a small por- "This should be done not before nor feet, limit of cost $90,000; Class L, consider the suffrage question at this his elevation to the head of receive her diploma. The graduatingclass
tion of the loot recovered. Much jewelry later than 1920. This would give area required twelve thousand square session. The parliamentary difficultymay the diocese. this year is the largest in the

and clothing was found in their Roosevelt, Wilson and Taft an oppor- feet, limit of cost $100,000. be avoided by first consideringthe From now until the day of his consecration history of the institution, and it will

possession by the officers. Sheriff tunity to get another term before the "That standard plans of several Shafroth resolution. Bishop-elect Curley will. be good though not surprising news

Gordon and Marshal Smith were near one-term law went into effect. types be prepared for each class of have a multitude of duties that will to Miss Crawford's many friends that
Prosecuting Attorney Wilber Tildento buildings, and one of the type plansof KARL IMHOFF LICENSES CITY fill every hour of his time. He is her class standing has been excellent -

prompt him in questioning the wit BASEBALL RESULTS its class can be used in the con- TO USE HIS SYSTEM now arranging for the visiting bish-

nesses. The girl told her story in an struction of every public building ex- City Clerk Carl Jansen is in receiptof ops and priests. A large attendanceof

a apparently straightforward manner, National League cept those that must be treated as a letter which will some day be lay delegates is expected, and these SQUIRRELS AS PESTS

though the court had to arouse her Pittsburg 2, Brooklyn 3. special projects. prized no doubt among the autograph will apply to the priests of their respective -
frequently to speak louder. The negro Chicago 7, New York 10. "That an amount equal to 20 percent copies from distinguished persons, the parishes for information.The Some people are of the opinion that

Parrish had no lawyer and ques- Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia 0. of the amount authorized for a same being from Karl Imhoff, origi- consecration of Bishop Curley squirrels are not destructive. A young 4

tioned the witnesses in his own be- St. Louis 4, Boston 2. government building be fixed as the nator of the Imhoff system of sewage will be an imposing ceremony. He lady was sitting on her porch on Or- r

half. American League maximum cost of a site therefor. disposal which is being installed in will be the youngest Catholic bishopin ange avenue Sunday afternoon and

New York 1, Chicago 2. "That a lump sum appropriation of Orlando. The letter was written by the world, and this in itself will saw a squirrel eating a young bird. I''

MANY CARS OF VEGETABLES Boston 2, Cleveland 3. $10,000,000 be made annually for public Dr. Imhoff with his own hand. on em- give a certain distinction to the great When it had finished, the squirrel ''
LEAVING PLANT CITY Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 6. building work, to be expended in bossed note paper, as follows: -- --- religious function. went back up and tree and took another -

Washington 3, Detroit 2. accordance with the plan herein rec- Karl Imhoff Cardinal Gibbons and many bish- little live bird from the nest

Plant City, Fla., May 25.-Eighty- Federal League ommended." Essen (Ruhr) ops are in Rome this year, but the down on the ground and devoured it =

six cars of vegetables were shippedout Pittsburg 5, Indianapolis 4. The postmaster general sets forth Kronprinzenstr. 24 Baltimore province will be represented also. Squirrels, though quite pretty, :

of Plant City the past week. Most Brooklyn 4, Chicago 3. what the appropriations are for severalySJkrida To the Clerk. May 13, 1914. by several bishops. All of the are multiplying very fast and are destructive rr..h' .,' ;:

of this amount onsisted of tomatoes, Baltimore 3, St. Louis 2. I cities and what they Orlando Florida. priests of the diocese will be presentand not only to gardens but they Jt'jeat
with cucumbers next in order. The ,Buffalo 6, Kansas City 7. wouli '} mder his plan as follows:' Dear Sir:-You are respectfully ad- many from other places will be oranges and are little pests gen- ; y"
bean market hf p played out. A few Southern League LiveAppropriated' $60,000; vised that the city having paid $485 here for the occasion. erally. ;

are being exp essed by the growers. Memphis 7, Birmingham 3. cost und 'rleson plan, $25,000. to commercial the Pacific Flush Tank Co., my a F
representatives, is hereby
The prices arse a little low, due to the Nashville 5, Montgomery 1. Palatka A, ropriated, $60,00; cost i formally licensed to use my patents i ST. AUGUSTINE GETS MODERN CONFEDERATE DRUM CORPS TO 1
fact that tHe northern parts of the Mobile 9, Atlanta 5. under Burleson plan, $25,000. granted to date hereof in its sewage FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS TAKE PART /
#i state are arketing their stuff. Chattanooga 5, New Orleans 1. St. Petersburg-Appropriated, $80- disposal plant estimated to serve

The tom to season will last a few South Atlantic League 000; cost under Burleson plan, $45- 12,000 people.Very truly yours, St. Augustine, Fla., May 26.-St. Raleigh, N. c., May 26.-For the: :
weeks longeV while the cukes will be I Savannah 5, Albany 4. 000.Bartow KARL IMHOFF. Augustine's fire fighting equipmentis first time in the history of National
out in a shoA time. j I I Augusta Jacksonville 7. Appropriated, $55,000; the best the city has ever had as Decoration day the Confederate drunTcorps .
.
The prices paid last week were: I I Charleston 4, Columbus 0. cost under Burleson plan, $30,000. 000; cost under Burleson plan, $30- a result of the arrival yesterday of of this city will render muire 9i ? "

T Cukes, 50c.; to atoes, $1.00 to $1.50.1 i'I I Macon 8, Columbia 6. DeLand Appropriated, $65,000; 000. the La France automobile equipment at the federal cemetery Saturday IIL '

x Tomatoes are i ow selling as low as ;I cost under Burleson plan, $30,000. Lakeland-Appropriated, $75,000; ordered some time ago. It is of the ternoon, and Confederate veteran? {
75 cents per c ate. The receipts of Curtis & O'Neal will insure your Orlando-Appropriated, $55,000; cost under Burleson plan, $30,000. I very latest model, and will be given from the North Carolina soldiers :

the week are estimated to have netted property, sell you a grove, loan you cost under Burleson plan, $30,000.ApalachicolaAppropriated Sanford-Appropriated, $70,000; tests today, according to plans made home will attend decoration day exercises !

+ k the growers ab4 t $30,000. money or rent you a house. $75- cost under Burleson plan $30,000. yesterday. in a body. .
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BELIEVE MORE FIRMLY THAN EVER THAT THE PROPER WAY TO MERCHANDISE, IS TO SELL GOODS QUICKLY; SELL LOTS OF THEM AND
CUT YOUR PROFITS DOWN. IT IS NOT THE BIG PROFITS THAT COUNT, BUT THE VOLUME OF BUSINESS. THAT IS WHAT WE WANT, THE
VOLUME OF BUSINESS. KEEPS STOCK FRESH,CLERKS ALIVE,AND ENABLES US TO BUY IN LARGER QUANTITIES, LARGE ENOUGH TO
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GOADS AND THE 1.2 PRICE PROPOSITION, WE COULD NOT RESIST. BUT REMEMBER, THEY WERE BOUGHT TO TURN OVER-NOT TO HOLD.

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Among projects and things exper-
imental the "pinery" noticed on the -

premises of C. H. Nelson is provingone For Congress Fourth

of the most succssful yet started
When ever you are looking for Fine Stationery -
in Taft, each and every plant display District.

ing a well set and partly grown pine Late Books and Music Victor and
... 'rc
apple. These plants are protected

overhead by slat work. By the way, Edison Talking Machines and Records All

Mr. Nelson and his good wife are
kinds of Musical Merchandise from
both neat, careful, and practical gar a jews

deners and housholders, as everythingin harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and
and abount their.grounds and hotel

fully demonstrates.Mr. = the latest idea in postal cards.

Herbert Tice has also starteda ,-
good sized pinery, though the plants r Kim

suffered to some extent during the "You take the \Y. S. BRANCH

late drouth. They are reviving now Hot Bath, I'll take the ,

and bid fair to do welt when fully Cold One"Very
rooted. The Arcade Book and Music Store

:Mrs. D. B. Sphaler displays great polite but sometimes in-

interest as well as pardonable pridein convenient yet when there is
her extensive gardens, and with only water enough in the tank .m.es .ia ..nno> s

reason, since, considered both from a 1 .A for one hot bath what can the

floral and vegetable point of view, rest cf the family do? The

her grounds are among the finest in :; answer is simple install a
Taft. FalLw. :
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One of the best kept and all round .,,,tfifirrit't -..
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productive truck gardens in Taft may :' i .t -. -- AutomaticGas
be south of town. It is --. < f -- ,"'
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seen just : -f ;,. i ;. I
owned by Mr. Harriman. His corn ik4ti t" _.j I.. Heater t.
and Irish potatoes, beans and tomatoes .(
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are producing magnificently. :ll' -==- nobody the service worries Is Just arrived car load
Rushing busness just now at Tra- unlimited-The
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cy's mill. The proprietor and his men 'L-V-Lf1E 2:' Ruud lagsneverdis&PpomtsYou never FORDS for immediate -

are occupied with the construction of : : -

orange boxes required to meet the demands 1 '" j faucet shrplytumthe-the delivery.Get .

of citrus fruit growers. Pros heater does the
pects are favorable for the largest Make an (X) mark at the right of his name at the Denv II rest Complete descriptive yours now

crop of oranges and grapefruit ever ocratic Primary, June 2nd literature -

known in this section of Florida. ,, on request F. G. RUSH, I
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Mrs. Barclay reports a young
grapefruit tree planted two years I I POINTED-PARAGRAPHS ij QUARANTINE AGAINST 1 CITRUS S ORLANDO WATERLIGHT CO. & Phone 226Hammond

already showing two or three ; I
ago good sized fruit specimens.The head Society of fashionable weddings ties.come under the NURSERY[ STOCK D DECLARED[ [ Gas Department .

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grape laden arbor at "Holly
Some folks'get what they want by
wood" cottage continues to attract ,
not to want it.
pretending
much attention, and many have called State Inspector Issues an Order to
Most of us can see a sorrow twiceas
to inspect it. "The best grapes I ever Present Importation of Diseased -
far away as a blessing.The "ill 11111 11111 11111 III lit 1rM
saw in Florida, was the comment of Bud Wood
man who lacks push is willing
one of Taft's most reliable citizens. I SUMMER TIME IS
to take things as they come. ;
lIe might have gone farther and said Tallahassee Fla. .
May -Fearing
Misfortune is no respecter of
more, since not even the famous per FLY TIMEAre
sons-and neither is fortune, for the the importation of new fruit diseases
grape growing islands of Lake Erie matter of that. into the state, the inspector of nursery those windows screen I II IIr

could produce a heavier or more per stock in Florida has issued an ed yet? Patented detach-

fect crop. The clusters, now almost The second car load of watermelons order preventing the shipment of any \ ', able hangers used on all

grown, are large, well formed and shipped from Florida this season left and all kinds of citrus fruit trees and screens. No ladder needled -

healthy.The Lake Hamilton last Tuesday. They plants into the state. The rule pro- to take off or put on I
white walls and red roof of the the hibiting the shipment of plants into when washing windows.
brought $250 car on
growers per
newly painted M. E. chapel\ and par- the track. This is the first season the state follows: R.J.WALDRON _. :
sonage show up with pleasing effect. that watermelons have been "Rule 44. That in order to preventthe
With a building all to itself the new ; grownin introduction of the new citrus Contractor and Builder "
that section and the acreage will
postoffice has assumed new dignity. be increased next year.Uneeda disease, known as citrus canker, prevalent 410 West Street &Gore
The location is Since the
a good one. in the famous citrus growing
cremation of the mail boxes and out- )'MlimitiMltltMMtiMt>.
section of the Gulf states, but not
fit in the late conflagration office bus widely prevalent in Florida, the importation FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
iness has been conducted in pioneer into Florida from all states .,IIIIIIJIIII.IIIII.IIII..1For ]
t fashion, but the new boxes are ex in the United States, its territories'nd --- --- -
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
pected. possessions,and all foreign coun- Sale I
The new Sphaler store is restock- tries, of any and all kinds of citrus ; COMPARE
ing, and new goods along the line of
trees and parts thereof, including bud -
groceries and general merchandiseare wood and graft wood, and all other -

coming in daily. host plants of this disease as soon as Modern 8-room OUR FURNITURE
Mr. Hartley has bought up and
discovered fruit intended
any are except
shipped away from Taft over 300,000 for eating, and seeds, is here- | 'House 2 doors s xgWe provide the quality furniture that has long
sweet potato plants. Newly set plants by prohibited; been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
west of Wyom- standard of merit. If article is here it is
put out by truck gardeners are doing "Provided, That importations of an good.It .
nicely. BiscuitA wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
limited quantities of new or rare va- Hotel. Bar-
ing
Range cattle in large herd are rieties be allowed | this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
by special
noted in this vicinity. There are crisp, clean, nutri- may per- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
mit of the board of control. Appli- gain..
tious food. For
with sleek
cows, looking young
many
cations for such permits must be
calves that shy, and scamper away everybodyevery- made to the inspector of nursery. McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
Texas where. Fresh in the ,
from approaching strangers.
"Provided further, That this prohi- A. L.
steers with monstrous horns, and big, moisture-proof pack- bition does not apply to shipmentsmade \ Bentley, Cor. Oranjje Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

ferocious on the trails looking, making bulls are the also observerfeel met age, 5 cents. of by agriculture.the United" States department ; 10 E AMELIA AVENUE I I L J

like taking to "the tall timber." till 11111 III'11111 11111 I'.

Mounted cowboys galloping in pursuitis ORLANDO BOOSTERSA

ing a common up" may sight be ,witnessed and in the performances "round- 1111111111111111111111111111111:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
party of about 50 boosters from
to the .stunts in
equal cowboy o Orlando stopped here Monday nighten

Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. try route by automobiles down the Orlando Bank & Trust Co
Miss Julia Holly, late of Taft, and la coast as far as Miami. About 30 of

nephew, Bayard Graves, reached safe- the party stopped at Cocoa House '"
ly their destination, Clyde, Ohio. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
while the rest were taken care of at
Christian Science services conducted ZuZuThe
Rockledge, Manager Baldwin openingThe
as usual Sunday morning. Mrs. Oaks for the occasion.-Florida RESOURCESReal
I Moon and Mrs. J. E. Tracy conductthe funny little name
Star
Cocoa.
services. of the famous little Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

"Israelites of the Latter Days," a ginger snap that puts The Florida "That Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

new cult, held a gospel service in fresh "snap" and Metropolis says Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
the Southern is about to
Taft last Thursday evening. "ginger" into jadedappetites. I Railway line establish Stocks and Bonds .. . . . . . 26,018.33
Miss Lydia J. Ryall leaves this 5 cents. a new steamship connect- Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
ing with western ports on the South
week for Ohio.
I American coast, and that Jacksonvillemay $904,906.09
be the terminal port of the line,
The congressional candidates, save LIABILITIES
is the talk in railroad circles today."
Claude L'Engle, are out jointly making ...- -. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

appointments over the dsitricts, / Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

under the direction of the congressional MIMMItHIIMMMMHIFor 1J Bills payable . . . . . . . None ? -
s committee. Mr. L'Engle can :

not leave his duties at Washingtonjust Sale :j jI Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
now to be at these meetings, but
Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
will try to meet the people during the

month. It is confident, however, that I I have the following \

the people will retain him as their \ properties which I offer \ $904,906.09

trusted servant at Washington; he \ at ATTRACTIVE PRICES \

has and is trying to loyally fulfill every GRAHAM CRACKERSThe \ prior to going north: \ Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

promise he made the people, and natural sweet- \ One California Bunga- Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. . . .. 770,793.72
all opposition has failed to shake that
and nutriment
confidence his constituents have in ness I low; one two-story house \ Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81Deposits

him. L'Engle's whole heart is with of the, wheat giving are them retained I (corner lot.) Intending \.... Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
the and has been his I \ buyers will do well to \
people, such record a delightful flavor. get Deposits April 11th, 1914 .770,793.72
ever since he has been in public cents. I \ in touch with me on \

life; in the face, too, of a bitter and xo \ above properties, which \ Increase in 100 days .. .. . . 249,626.34

relentless opposition from his ene both and well! t
biscuit baked \ are new
Bay by
mies.-DeLand Record. Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
located. !
\ I The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
NATIONAL
The Kentucky Tarpon club of prom- FRED B. DALE :! Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
inent men from the Bluegrass State, BISCUIT friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

most of them from Somerset, have arrived COMPANY i sible.
306 ANDERSON STREET \
in St Petersburg and will
spend ORLANDO'S
Always look for that name CONSERVATIVE BANK
month fishing for tarpon and othere. ; PHONE 376 :
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South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch.) ,
CTBOJOU3) Sll3-COdC>3t9S1(1>ICLIl1T1gLID013'ICl1! !DhSaii j ar
t MORNING AND WEEKLY An English specialist gives the following -\
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. advice as to how one should am wsHCiGTcaJQCIID CO 3P ZIT;;LUDLC1;;TO'L.CATCB'J? .G LEA t
live to avoid cancer. j
I TElf WITB. HZSB'S HIS'ASSIES:
.
Entered at the poetofficc at Orlando. FlorIda I
u Second Ciao Mail Matter. BedSproadiWe
On this side\ of the big pond this advice I FACSIMILE OF LETTER RECEIVED:

t 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............J300 could all be summed up in the ; r. FROM THC MANAGER OF WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH.. PANY
Daily.
'if.f L Daily. 6 Months ....................... Lao one word, "Fletcherize." i -* IN WASHINGTON, D.CTHEcWESTERNjJNION _
4 Daily 3 Months ...................... L25I
flatly 1 Month ....................... 50 I
1 Cut down your tobacco habit, take TELEGRAPH COMPANY
1 Year ....................... 1.00 I -
t Weekly the and eat dinner with
weekly 6 Months ..................... .?6 pledge your
r l the imperturable calm of a cow if you have received a full i
TO ADVERTISERS: wish to avoid cancer.
f ";r-' .K
Copy for display and all wJ er hand-set 1 i1 WASHINGTON of the newest
advertbinr must be handed in at the business No, son, there will not be any more shipment j
like ef the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m.
the day before publication. This rule applies Florida Post Masters appointed until j
to chances for contract advertising; it is after the primaries. It might make '
in
I* Invariable and will be strictly adhered U. I ; .,::19,19t 4 and daintiest
some unnecessary friction, doncher- 0
s
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.. .
t Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued I know? "" 0 w.11II/11.".C1iiid. t; 'Djle. '' .
should notify the office in writing on I : .
l the date of expiration otherwise it will be I : .,
Bonk of Reprsesatsttnlp -
f continued at the regular subscription rates The town of Springfield, Mo., o tG
until notice to atop is received. < D
l boasts of having 52 pairs of twins fuhlngtoD I). Cry IlVIITIESA

f. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 19U.t within the city precincts. We are /u:3tis
not "from Missouri," but you will
THE WEATHER have to show us before we will believe ,, filth nftrino to 79W'l&fBir7 tltirrri.. <
that With the fash; j
I yarn. I pMt tO ft UllgTM Of 107 7th tddrilMi to Ih es extremely
?
Florida: Partly cloudy with probably -
I local thundershowers Wednes- The Chicago Journal gives out the :Wtropolli, J&ckionvlllo, florid, rtUtltt to si

day and Thursday. opinion that we Americans do not .. trite+ torou tits st. joha'i filter, I hart (o .tit* ionable Ripplette effects, j
properly appreciate the value of silence ,
,- The mediators seem to be about to and talk too much. This is evidently 'that u tiled uft transalttit tM nisag;* *u sigalbtth I Scalloped edges. Pillow !

mediate. another slam at Roosevelt and : li1sttsr."I 1,-.'
eventually the Journal will boom
o
%oca..e+ry' "trayFLORIDA'S .. Shams matchIn
John Lind for President. to
Last week of the campaign; get ;
your ballots ready, gentlemen. eAt
o a certain age the highest ambi-
Miami has a trackless trolley sys- tion of a boy is to wiggle his ears -WI' color effects and all \

tem. Is this an admission that Miamiis and whistle through his teeth.-

a trackless waste? Times-Union Philosopher.There -- whitePrices
is more sense in that than
o WONDERFUL SOILIn
I eight large tomatoes on it and ever
Wonder if the Colonel told the pres- there would be in trying to wigglehis
ident what he thought about the Co- teeth and whistle through his the latter part of January or I so many small ones. I have gathered

lombia blackmail and the tolls ex- ears. I the first of February I transplanted I eight tomatoes from it. Who says I $1.25 to $3.50
emption.The ;a small tomato plant from the front Florida soil will not produce fine veg-
o A German scientist has uneartheda I I yard under an orange tree to the : etables?

good roads boosters all went prehistoric man in Africa, who liv- [garden, and now there are twenty- I AN ORLANDO BOOSTER.SSPFCI..LI .
together, but its taking some of them I ed one hundred and forty-four thou-
a long time to get back. Don't ask : sands years before the birth of Adam. I

any embarrassing questions. There are no marks on the "remains"to We are Well Stocked in f
0 indicate whether he was run into

The city commission frequently receives by an automobile, or sandbagged by I :
letters asking for copies of the a New York policeman, because he TOWELSHuck
commission charter. One was received "squealed." I
recently from St. Augustineand *
another from the Sioux City pub- The Tampa Tribune editor gives
lic library. notice that the "Staff editorials" appearing Crash Linen and
1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and ,
o every Monday "do not, nec- I
Seat Covers-full Hartford
Lights, set
Editor Hetherington of the Lake- essarily, reflect the policy of this pa-
Shock Absorbers. Run miles Turkish at all Prices
land Telegram and Editor Clarence per." The one headed, ,"Reaping the 3,600
l Woods of the Eustis Lake Region aret Harvest," in last Monday's edition,
the oratorical newspaper men of Flor- hits straight at the mark and could I
t ida. They are frequently in demand not be improved if Chief Stovall GUEST f r r TOWELING A SPECIALTY

t' on flowery occasions. himself had penned it. FORD TOURING CAR. Fine
1913
I o dition full con$350 I I
Detective Burns doesn't seem to It is now in order for the city com- equipment -
a:: have made much of a hit in Atlanta; missioners to pass a rule in refer- .
instead of that he is being knocked ence to parking bicycles and motor
J considerably himself, what with the cycles in the business section of the
A TIMELY ANNOUNCEMENT[ T TWe
I revocation ,of his license by the city city. Some of them with horns that

council and the contempt proceedings look like the old-fashioned Texas cat- San Juan Garage Co.
: against him. tle, take up nearly one quarter of
I o the side walk on the narrow streets. {
; The Marion county fair premium They have no right on the side-walks, Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24
: ; list is out already. It is not too earlyto which are made for the exclusive use have just received a splendid
issue it, for the people can inform of pedestrians.
t themselves as to what lines to follow shipment of the '

in entering products for prizes. This tttllllillilMlttMIMMMIHMMIHHIMIHitHIIHIIIIMMIIiiMHtililliM ,*
I may be taken as a hint by the Orange


l, county The candidates association.for 0 congress' are in There-Suggestions nothing more appropriate for than Graduation a Kodak,or a Waterman's Gifts Fountain Pen. Ne W ChutIoll ll TaTIeta II t tin

!. suspense and those congressmen who The prices are in the range of everybody being $1.00 to $10.00. They can be sent by
are thus tortured are torturing the Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect.MCELnuY' .

Ff;. them candidates in the for same postmaster unhappy by state keeping of S PHARMACY JillMimilllllllllMMMMMMMMttMtMMtttlttlltfttttlMMHI SED the Latest Tones, including BJack.I

'' mind until after the primary. That'sone S

way of getting even.o ....., . .

Guilty or not guilty Becker pos- HllllllltMMiiiiiMltMMIIIIIiilHIIIIHMMHtHltlMltlHMimmMMMUg Black I K Ire Antiij I

sesses a remarkable nerve, and is go- ..
ing about the preparation of his appeal .
with a determination really ad-t ..
mirable. But if he hadn't possessedthat .. without exception, THE Coming Fabric
nerve he would never have been .
.
able to deal successfully with the desperate -
is n characters that formed the ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES :
.
"system." Commencement Day-an important event in the : Black I K Meteor ,

The Fort Myers o Press is strictlyon : lives of appreciation of young people and encouragement- should receive to some commemorate fitting mark the F (L Ci irron finis)

the job, saying "The Rev. JohnN.
occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of t
C. Stockton, candidate for United Jewelry? Beautifuly Soft and Uncrushable.
States senator from Senator Fletch- .
er's district-" Now that's enoough : DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe :
to make a perfect lady mad, and it
probably made the "Reverend" John direct the attention ef relatives and friends to I_ Black\ Cllarfflelle ij ijA s {
x' hot to have the state alluded to as the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this
Senator Fletcher's district. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- -

o est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia : Fabric much in demand.DicksonIves.
Those reckless persons of Key mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val :
West who made an assault on the ues and assortment.A .

Greek sponge gatherers possibly took visit to our store will be appreciated and involves :
t no thought that their intemperate no obligation to buy. .
I:' acts might involve this government in ..

I" an international squabble. Yet suchis .. Co1
the possibility though perhaps .
rather remote. The authorities should .
.
1-:: take summary action in attending to .
this case. II
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I The New York World says thaOregon's ,
loganberry is to become a DEPARTMENTAL STORE[
: contribution to the small fruits of the
nation, and the tepary bean of the J
T.H.vanstheJewelerOPPOSITE
IX'
Z Pumas and Papagos is to be a food

',- plant of civilization. In such multi- agRye.e Orlando
: plication of resources ought to be .
: subtraction from the cost of living. POSTOFFICE I
I But the World is wrong. There is no
I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEItltlllllllMMMIMIMl
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appetite for these new things, and
the cultivation of a taste for them EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

only adds to the desires of man and
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WADE ORGANIZE CHURCH CLUBA GRADUATING [EXERCISES[ I [ Of THE[Ii I FAVORITE THEATRE ii | r. IclCO I


THE TUNER number of ladies of St. James' ORlANDO NIGH H SCOO H l j i ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers

ORLANDO, FLA. Catholic church met yesterday afternoon "

with Mrs. Ralph Yearby to organize Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I

a society to assist in the work Crowded House at Lucerne Heard I Admission 5 cents i "Get It RAten's"Commencement I

Class Members in Four Well .
.
of the parish.In Oi
Miss Mary S. Pegram left yester- ) aDQllDGDallDaDallDQDallDQ)

day for Lincoln, III order to raise the necessary Timed Essays TODAY'S PROGR.UI"Just
funds to carry on the work under- -

Mr. H. W. Metcalf, of Jacksonville, : taken, it was decided to give a series The large audience present last Kids." A charming Eclair

in the of informal musicales at the homes ofthe evening in the Lucerne theater for two reel comedy-drama! We consider
spent yesterday city. this play a novelty. Not that plays Time
members. the
various Although exercises of
the final commencement
acted solely by children have never
Mr. J. H. Mooney is sick at his chief form of entertainment will be the high school, and the close inter- been done before, they have, but not
music, each hostess will have the privilege est shown throughout the program the same way. Here is a drama anda LI Is Here
North avenue.
residence Orange
on of selecting her own form of attested the popularity of the bright comedy at once. Every part is en-
acted by a child trained and clever
entertainment. Already, a Japanese faced young graduates and of the far above the child actor. It
Mr. T. C. Brannon is down at Tam- ordinary Want a for that one
party> is being prepared for the near high school as an excellent institution, has a plot, a story of unusual interest present

pa, having been summoned as witnessin future.A deserving the hearty co-operation of with flashes of humor that are who graduates? You can getit

a court case. meeting will be called for next Orlando people. catching."The Mountaineer." Nestor drama at our store without any

Tuesday at ten o'clock in the morning After a well rendered overture by with Wallace Reid and Dorothy Dav- little
trouble and but
ex-
Mr. Neal Jones came down from to complete the organization and the orchestra, Dr. E. T. Poulson of enport. Dorothy loves the woodsman.

Jacksonville last night and will spend every lady of the parish is earnestly fered the invocation, all standing for Lucile, her sister, falls in love withan pense.

the day visiting friends. requested to be present. The musicales this and the closing benediction, given artist. Both men become jealous,
misconstruing the girls' love. The art-
will afford pleasant and intellectual by Rev. J. F. McKinnon.The ist is mistaken for a revenue officer. n Graduateshould D
Mrs. Edward M. Smith left yester- recreation during the summer, stage was tastefully decoratedin Thrilling events occur before matters Every

day for Geneva, N. Y., where she will and as the object is most worthy, the evergreens, with a huge bouquetof : are righted.

spend the next six months. ladies hope they will have the cooperation magnolias in the center. When have something now,

of all in making the affairs the curtain was raised a large number need of abolishing war and substitut-
that for
Capt. B. M. Sims, of Ocoee, was successful. of the high school girls who, with ing among all nations that interna- they can keep years,

in the city yesterday transacting busi- After the meeting yesterday, Mrs. the graduates, form the school glee tional arbitration which has enabled to remind them of friends

ness and greeting friends. Yearby served delicious cake and fruit club, were seated on the stage, while England and the United States to see loved ones and the happiest

punch. back of them were Dr. Poulson, Dr. the closing of one hundred years of
o'i their life.
days
Mrs. H. Darling left yesterday for McKinnon, Dr. Blackman, Mr. C. E. peace, these two powerful nations

her home in Gloversville, N. Y. She TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB MET Howard, Prof. Simmons and Mr. Jas. thus giving an ideal which should be

was a guest at the St. Charles. A.Knox. followed by other nations.
WITH MRS. DOLIVEMrs.
The eleven graduates then entered Miss Bertha Dawson told most interestingly Allen & Co.

Miss Mary Hyer will return today Dolive from the side, taking the row of seats of "The Nobel Prizes"- ,
S. G. prettily enter-
from Agnes Scott institute near At- reserved for them at the front of the
of their donor, Alfred B. Nobel, to
tained the members of the T. B. C. JewelersPrompt
lanta, which she has been attending.Mrs. yesterday afternoon, and two tablesof stage, the class composed of the fol- whose researches much of great scientific -

lowing: Misses Bertha Dawson, Kath- value is due. Of his fortune
players enjoyed a delightful contest -
S. L Mitchell and child came Fla. at cards. The players were Miss erine Padgett, Minna Harris, Dorothy left in five large bequests, to provide Repairing.

up yesterday from Homeland Merck., Kilmer, Mrs. F. D. Carr, Mrs. Ches- Slemons, Edythe Rambo, Elbeth Mul- prizes to the five each year who best Everything Guaranteed.

to visit her brother, Mr. N. J. ter Goodrich, Mrs. Ed. Hauselt, Mrs. holland, Mildred Williford, Bessie fulfilled conditions stated in litera-

has been Seth Woodruff, Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw, Berry and Lorena Walker, with ture, science, physics, medicine and
Mrs. S. L. Larabee, who Messrs. Wm. P. Walton Jr. and E. of
in
promotion peace. Sixty-five
Charles the hostess, and :Mrs. L. H. Lawrence,
spending the winter at the St. who substituted for Mrs. L. A. Spen- Kirby Douglas. people have received Nobel prizes, all

left yesterday for her home at Port- Prof. Coleman, from one side of the well deserved. Of these, Germanyhas [6. 1cJ!

land Maine. cer.Aided the numbers the .
by Miss Kilmer, Mrs. Dolive stage, announced on had the largest proportion,France IE301

served delicious marshmallow soufle, program, each part thereof being excellently and England ranking next. Rooseveltand
s Mrs. Elbert Jenkins, of 707 South
iced tea and cakes. given. Elihu Root are two of our nation
DeLaney street, left yesterday for In- The first of the four essays was by thus honored, theirs being for aiding

dianapolis, Ind., .where she will remain Miss Minna Harris, whose theme was international peace, and Roosevelt
MAC TALLMAN NEW MANAGER : 3l llfJlneflfrJf
until fall., "The Work of the Red Cross Society." contributed his portion, $40,000, to I p1Pur

OF THE GRAND From the large field embraced in this the peace fund. tEach

Mr. R. L. Hyer returned yester- title, Miss Harris gave a clear, con- of these essays was given en- f
day from Hot Springs, ArL, and Mr. B. G. Benson leaves today for of the first of
cise account inception tirely without notes and without a

looks much improved from his trip, his home near Green Cove Springs. this beneficent organization; of flor- single prompting, also in such clear,, fleuc1ioll e in .rrie[

having been gone about a month. Mr. Benson has sold his interest in ence Nightingale's beautiful work distinct tones that every word couldbe

the Grand theater to Mrs. B. Beacham which later led to the organization by easily heard. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schumann and which now makes her sole owner sixteen persons of the InternationalRed Mr. C. E. Howard then awarded the During the entire week we will make a special low
Miss and son, of this theater. Mr. Benson
Margaret,
daughter, popular of the American
Cross Society; diplomas, complimenting the gradu- price
Justin, left last night for Oden, Mich., has made many friends here who wish organization being made in 1881, with ates upon their faithfulness and loy- onSalted Pecans ..
will the him well in his future business. Mr.
summer.
where they spend Miss Clara Barton at its head, thenin alty to the public school and urging -Salted Almonds -

Mac Tallman is the new manager of 1905 this becoming a national or- loyalty to the excellent higher insti- -Filled Dates
Mr. N. N. Densler left yesterdayfor the Grand.
ganization, under the federal government tutions of our own state in pursuingtheir -Putted Figs
at Oklahoma City Okla., '
his home ,
She cited a few of the most education further. -Plum Pudding
after a couple of days visit with Mr. MISS ROBERTA BRANCH TO ENTERTAIN .
important occasions in which our Red The graduates stood to receive the
Irwin East Church street.
Jack on TODAY Cross Society had been of untold aid, diplomas, then their flowers were

notably in San Francisco after the brought on, a bank of bright blos-

Dr. and Mrs. S. Miles Robinsonwere Two very attractive members of earthquake, when for two years its soms placed at the feet of each. THE SANITARY GROCERY .
the winter residents lean- I
among the Cathedral school alumnae, Missy work was needed; in the MississippiOhio After a beautiful solo by Miss Gil-
for the North. The
last
ing night Madeliene Hill, of Narcoossee, and floods; and that our American christ, Miss Branch accompanying CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
the in German-
will spend summer Miss Lois Overstreet, of Eustis, who organization has also aided greatlyin her, Dr. Blackman was introduced.

town, Pa. are attending the commencement exercises foreign countries, especially in After his greeting to the graduatesand 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

will be the honorees of a pret- China when many hundreds were suf- the audience, Dr. Blackman stat-
Mrs. Lizzie McAlister left this :
ty party given by Miss: Roberta !I fering from flood and famine. A most ed that he.had been present on many
the 12:31 train for Hart-
morning on -
Branch this afternoon. important work of this society in China such occasions, and had last year delivered CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
well Ga. having been called there by '
now is in taking steps to prevent sixteen addresses at as many
the death of her sister, Miss Annie
GOING TO MACONCol. flood and the ensuing famine. Another different places, but could say he had FUNERAL DESIGNS
Brown in Atlanta yesterday.Mrs. "
great work is the anti-tuberculosis never listened to four essays more
..
T. J. Watkins will leave today campaign. From the sale of the Red praiseworthy, more just and mature, Mil
Edward Smith, who has been
over the 3:13 north bound Atlantic Cross Christmas seals last December more beautiful in style and in deliv-

stopping at the residence of Mrs. M. i Coast Line train for Macon, Ga., to $400,000 was realized, this being used ery-that the town was to be con- TONIGHT AT THE GRAND White Star MarketDUREN
A. French on North Main street aU! '
attend a meeting of the trustees of I by the society for the prevention of : gratulated over such evidence of ap-
winter, left yesterday for her horn the Wesleyan Female college, which !I this dread disease and in relieving plication and ability. That he was Don't fail to attend the Grand tonight & COMPANY Proprietors
at Geneva, N. Y. Mrs. Smith came !
is to be held in that city this week. those suffering therefrom.The glad to note the themes were all political and by so doing contribute to

here on account of her health and The colonel is one of the oldest mem- I "Monroe Doctrine" was ably or social, for as citizens of our the worthy cause of charity. Besidesthe
leaves feeling quite well again. i
bers of the board and it is one of the handled by Mr. E. Kirby Douglas, great country we should be instructed usual good program of pictures,

many works that he is engaged in proving by several interesting points and responsible.He Mr. Walter Drennen and Mr. Cestia I

NOTICE which he really loves. that this had not only been of greatuse spoke for the public school as Lawton will sing. Mrs. Braxton

in settling international questionsin a great factor in the unifying of any Beacham has offered to give 25 percent rl r ri
Unity Circle will meet at Unity ,
Ripe peaches have made their ap- the past, but was emphatically community-that all shodld be unitedin of the receipts on this night for i 1aL.

w Chapel Wednesday at 3:30 o'clock. pearance in the local market .needful in the present day. the common interest for the ad- charity, which in this case is for the

Current events the topic. Every one A second chorus by the glee club vance of the children, this one of the benefit of two poor families in our ,yI

cordially invited. Eat what you want was much enjoyed, as was their open- bonds for the needful unity in whichis midst. Help out by your attendance.

Eat all you want. ing number. strength. The fruits of discord, I I ,
E. Ponder, Oxogene Disinfectant Take postscript and forget it.
Dean a Miss Katherine Padgett in "A Cen- the lack of unity sadly shown in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR r
:Manti Tonic. Office 22
room ,I For sale by all druggists. i
Empire building. 5-27-lm' l-7-d&w.lyr tury of Peace" spoke forcefully of the Mexico today. Religion one great

bond which should make for unity.In SALE-Good second hand bicy
cle. Write Box 493, or call Model
closing, Dr. Blackman urged that
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i Florida citizens see that a law be
BUYS MEAT I
: passed making education compulsory. WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere
child can .be kept with me. that she knows will all be eaten.

At The Lucerne Today : FORMER ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN Pleasant surroundings more important The tender, toothsome, juicy *
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care
than salary. Address
BURNED TO DEATH Sentinel. 5-27-2W kind that will be eaten to the
w last mouthful. Uneaten meat is
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9 News has reached Orlando that FOR SALE-Five passenger, four a waste. If she buys her sup- j
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c ',' ,",.,, .T. : I Mrs. Jean Elderkin, who lived at cylinder Mitchell automobile. This plies here there will be none
t. : Drennen Station several years ago, car is worth $600, but $350 cash will uneaten and thus no waste.
buy it if taken now, as I have no
burned to death at her home in Phone 23
: was place to keep it. It is a big bargain.S. .
4 CRACKERJACK REELS 4 I Danville, 111., on May 7. Details of G. Dolive. 5-27-3t 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f .

: the horrible accident were meager.

: Mrs. Elderkin visited a neighbor's -

: house shortly before the accident occurred MIMIIiilMMillHIMi** If your paper is not delivered
"Father and Godfather M. E. F. A fun-
screamingly j I and upon leaving said that Shoe Repairingby promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

ny comedy. : she was going to cook some rolls. .

: Soon afterwards the heard
neighbors PARCEL POSTMen's
i WOOD, COAL AND ICE
"Gh'ost ill Uniform." An :, the report from an explosion and upon Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's &
Thanhouser
interesting playlet. investigation found the kitchen of the
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Coil Yard 566.
to 8sc I phone
: Half Soles, 7sc
home wrapped in flames in which she

"Single Handed Jim." A thrilling Western drama. : had perished. It is supposed that the ladies'Children's Half Half Soles Soles, ,60c SOc to to 75c 750 I Sentinel want ads. are money get-
: gas had been escaping and that the
l.oo ters. Try them.iOSTEOPATHY.
Hand Turned Soles, $
: explosion occurred when Mrs. Elder- i i

"Toblitsky and Co." It's a Keystone comedy 'Nuf said. kin attempted to light the burner of Heels Repaired, 250

her stove. Mrs. Elderkin's husbandwas All work returned in 24 boors. (
Orders wiftout! remittance re- If
accidentally killed by a locomo-
turned C. 0. D. We pay
tive many years ago. She is survivedby return.postage. f

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents a daughter about nineteen yearsof :I' DR. J. C .HOWELL :

age, who was to finish college this
Balcony 5 Cents to All. year. A. Hanson : Hours 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment ,
19 East Pine Street : :: No extra charge for house treatment

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i $9,563,084 OF PHOSPHATE' WAS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

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Tallahassee, Fla., May 24.-State hereby annource my candidacy for Representative
from Orange county subject to
" Geologist E. II. Sellards has prepared the action of the Democratic primary to be This WayYour
held June 2nd. Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale For
statistics showing the amount of J. H. REESE. Rent etc., for this column.lIe for one day
phosphate mined and shipped from 60c for three dam or $1.00 for one week, for
FOR REPRESENTATIVE 25 words or less. Money must accompany
Florida during 1913. His article I iI the advertisements fer this column as no
'fi hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- insertions will be made on credit Your doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after diagnosing your
says: resentative from Orange county subject to
"The producti of land pebble the action of the Democratic primary to beheld case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
June 2nd. FOR SALE
-l'\ phosphate in Florida, which has S. S. GRIFFIN. Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

steadily increased during the past four year old buds; Foster Early,
.t. several years, showed a further gain FOR REPRESENTATIVE Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

t during 1913 the output having for I hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle*
Representative from Orange county for the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
r the first time exceeded $2,000,000 tons. next session of the Florida Legislature, sub-
'r ject to the Democratic primary to be held NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTi
The production of hard rock phos- June 2nd. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare

] phate, on the contrary, showed a C. P. DICKINSON. bargain; recently completely overhauled -
and made good as new in every -
.
\ slight decrease, having fallen slightly i
FOR REPRESENTATIVE part; guaranteed first class condition -
below 500,000 tons. However, notwithstanding ; must be sold at once, even at we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

i the decline in hard rock sire Yielding of leading to what citizens appears in almost to be every the precinct de-- sacrifiee. Come, or address, White high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

:t mining, the total production for the of Orange county that one of the can- Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
didates to be nominated for Representativein 4-23-tf I your doctor wrote it.Don't.
state during 1913 was greater than the primary election of June 2nd should

for any preceding year, having ex- be from myself the country a candidate.precincts, I hereby announce FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and

\ \ ceeded 2,500,000 tons, with a valuation A. B. NEWTON.FOR gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB- 5-20-dlOt-wlmo
j> in excess of $9,500,000. LIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 ForgetThat

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I hereby announce myself a candidate for
PROPERTY in the Tieinity of New
Peter Dermany, a Greek, was killed election as a Member of the County Board of
Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange York city, with residence, to ex-
and four other men injured, two of County. Florida. change for Orlando property on cash

them seriously, when the dredge Holt- M. M. SMITH. valuation. J. M., 307 West street, a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

singer, owned by the Hillsboro Dredg- MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-

ing company of Tampa, was destroyed I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR SALE-Six room house, bath,
-. by fire, together with two cabin re-election to the office of Member of hot and cold water, garage, hun- ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortu
Board ef Public Instruction, Orange County,
launches, in Boca Ceiga bay, five from District No. 3, subject to the coming dred foot square corner lot, frontingon irate-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
miles south of Indian Rocks pass. primary. Very respectfully, a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net
tl WM. EDWARDS. price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S," these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your'drug businessPeople r
The property loss is about $25,000 I I Zellweod Fla. care Sentinel. 5-24-6t

in the Gor- who live out of town mail their orders-we
and the injured men are FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI may us pay postage.

don Keller Memorial hospital here.- hereby announce myself as a candidate WANTED-Unfurnished room in pri- .
for re-election to the office of Supervisor of vate house; light housekeeping;
Note in TimesUnion.The .
Tampa
Registration for Orange County subject to town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
1914. avenue, Orlando. t 5-24
town of Gulfport has granted FRANK H. WILLIAMS.

franchises for gas, electric light and WANTED-Grove work, pruning and
FOR COMMISSIONER doctoring trees a specialty, by experienced &
Delaney AbernethyNext
I water plants. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
horticulturist and
.. re-election as County Coramissfcner from orange
t -- -- District No. 1 of Orange county subject to grower. Would take care of property
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Yon
through summer or permanent. Ad-

f ALLING HAIR AND support will be greatly-.appreciated.M. 0. OVEBSTREET.. dress south.C. G. Hennig, 215 West 5-22-6 street, Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida.Dr. .

FOR COUNTY TREASURERI

H ITCHING SCALPNeedlessUse Treasurer hereby of announce Orange myself County,a subject candidate to the for LOST-Crochet bag, containing an
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. embroidered handkerchief with the -
J. H. TUCKER. letter "B," alligator purse, about five
Parisian Sage dollars in charge. Return to this of- BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
Now that Parisian Sage can be FOR SHERIFF fice and receive reward. Mrs. Flor- .
candidatefor
I hereby announce myself as a AND DO ALL KINDS OF
had at any drug counter it is certainly Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the ence Beardall. 5-26-3 Look through your desk and see if
needless to have thin, brittle Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which

matted, stringy or faded hair. No FRANK GORDON. LOST-White Angora kitten. Rewardif Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus

matter how unsightly the hair, how FOR SHERIFFI returned to 212 Jackson. It at 24 and we will call, get your
i e badly it is falling or how much dan- announce myself as a candidate for the 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida; LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh at the lowest price consistent with

needed. Frequent applications and native subject of to Orange the Democratic county. In primary.asking the I am votes a about 35 pounds each" ; names"Sandy" Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
well rubbed into the scalp will do won of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to dis- and "Michael. Reward. best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
ders-it acts like magic. The hairrotts charge the duties of the office without fearor E. Beeman. 5-12-tf up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
for the upholding of the --- --
nourished and stimulated favor to any man -- -
; are laws and the preservation of peace and good SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER to diseases treatedTelephone Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
p to grow new hair, itching scalp, dan- order in the county.
\ first students in the
twenty and
druff and falling hair cease-your WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR enrolling 578.Up L H. RAMSDELL for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant
Business College. You must act at Pepper Crates. 4- 9m
head feels fine. Best of all, the hair
COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION once in order to obtain advantage of OPTOMETRIST
becomes soft abundant and
fluffy DISTRICT NO. 3 it. Southern Schools of Commerce,
radiant with life and beauty. I hereby announce myself as a 'candidatefor Hand building. 5-24-c to date painting, papering, etc. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lions) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
You will be surprised and delighted the office ef Member of the Count is Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
Board of Public Instruction from School the kind you want. Where to get
x with Parisian Sage. Try at least
Board District No. 3. subject to the action it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
one fifty-cent bottle from McElroy'sPharmacy. of the Democratic primary June 2nd. 191' FOR RENT Entrican. 1-20-tf bicycle fixed in
He will refund the purchase If elected I will give thoughtful attention to adver- If you want your Warmansi RepairShop.
Put in thy by to
it
money purse hurry take
if not satisfied. the educational interests of the county and a
price are
; you FOR RENT-Furnished Phone 444 12-5tL
Auto
faithful service. rooms with Livery. 4-25-tf tising in the Sentinel. .
C. H. GALLOWAY. electric lights and bath, close in,


FOR INSTRUCTION THE COUNTY, DISTRICT BOARD OF NO.PUBLIC 2 : four Robinson blocks avenue from, postoffice.city. 7 5-22-3t West =mIl n II: I-JIIII\\\\\"' \\\\\\\-\\\\\\-\\\\t\-\" \ \\ \ \\ \\==\\\\-,\\\\\\t'U\ ;

I hereby announce myself as candidate for
the office of Member of the County Board of
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo. NICELY FURNISHED HOME on

By Claude L'Engle 2. subject to the action of the Democratic Lake Cherokee for rent from June to
HOUSE
primary, June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will IT'S TIME( TO TAKE( UP THE(
give due attention to the work of the office, October, also six room unfurnished If
Dont't Get Stung- and endeavor to be fair to all the school I
Address
interests of the county. cottage. Kentucky Home j
May bees are good little in J. B. REDDITT. 511 Palmer street. 5-19-lwk ,


a' But sects they, don't fly in June I am FOR a candidate COUNTY-for COMMISSIONER the office of County FOR RENT-Two-- .-office-- spaces in f IN REAL[ l

Commissioner of Orange county from our store at No. 9 W. Church street FURNISHING Q QUESTION[ JE
In the June primary-
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the Come in and we will show you. Pierce

Don't waste time on May people here to the a number best of .my f years.ability,I having am qualified resided Electric Co. 3-29-tf ,

bees. to know the needs of the section and
be all the people. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
Some other man may .
Respectfully.A.
L right for you in Congress; Ayopka. Fla. C. STARBIRD 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. E EST;

Some other man may be inline

I with progressive De T hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER n.yrelf a candidate for MISCELLANEOUSWE 1 Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
reelection as Commissioner from District Ne.
mocracy.
S. Orange county Florida, subject to the from them and added
Some other man may be action of the Democratic primary to be held ARE PREPARED to give your delight; it is a pleasure to select an

able to think for the people June 2nd. 1914. J. L. DILLARD. children the graded school work during pleasure to find just what :you want at prices that are reasonable

after election, the summer. This embraces Eng-

But may be some other manwon't. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship, In every sense of the word.
I
I hereby announce myself u a candidate typewriting, and any other subjects
for County Commissioner, Orange County, taught in the graded schools. Southern ; ; MMimiliimiMiMiltiMMIUIMMMIIIIMiitMI 1II
And may be you'll get Bistriet Four subject to the action of the Schools of Commerce, Hand build-

stung fooling with him. Democratic'greatly appreciate primary.your June support 2nd. 1914. I win ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t ; | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

p You know that Claude Yours C. J.truly SWEET. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet to extended without the of joining '
purchase goods on payments, expense
S L'Engle is NOT a may be; Pine Castle. Fla. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.

4 You know that he .wffl Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant this
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Co. Fla. clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain
Apopka, 5-24-tf
I myself candidate
think and act for you, announce u a for reelection
to the office of County Commission'
Because he is new in Cen- er. Orange County District Five subject OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The \ | feature to you.
doing this very thing. to the decision of the Democratic primary. Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof
gress "
Joe hI!. 1914.
all kinds. Fish and
oysters in sea- iMitiMMHtttMtilMltHlllillMMHtillllllllllHIHHHKincaid
: When you can get a sure Respectfully
E. L. BROWN son. Your patronage solicited. S.
thing, Ft. Christmas, Fla. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm
Don't risk the best chance
FOR TAX ASSESSOR Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford Fla. i
,
that ever happened. I hereby announce my candidacy for the
Claude L'Engle has been office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m ,
to the action of the Democratic primary I
time-tried and firetested called for Jane god 1914. If nominated and & Snowden
First class Brazing a specialty at
f elected I pledge you my faithful service. I
in the fights for thepeople's ARTHUR BUTT. Warman's Repair Shop o- Court St.

rights.He 12-5-tf. '
FOR TAX COLLECTORI
is the one sure thing hereby announce myself as a candidate
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's San-
{ for re-election to the office of Tax Collector ,
i for you in this race for of Orange County subject to the Democratic ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. Furniture of Characterat
Congress in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected 519tf.
I pledge to you my faithful service
District.He as I have endeavored to give in the
pastW. Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
is there for one term, H MAKTIN. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. Popular Prices.
for another 519tf. ......e.
Keep him there
Who is your painter and decorator?
'h Vote for Claude L'Engle If yea are satisfied keep the
one
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you nt:11paas
nswj. jo }U9tudrqs Siq!
first. have Ne. 636.: if not, phone W. T. Entrican, v paAa! Wi jsnf 'q1i1tUaqy 8 Lau : ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

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NEWSPAPER IS BRASS BAND OF On Wednesday about twenty autos E. L. Reid a resident of Haileburg, BIG BARGAIN INORANGE Mt NHMMMMMIMMMMMft MillltllMIHMM

TOWN filled with boosters for good roads Ont, who has spent this winter in

from Orlando passed through Delray. Lake Worth, Fla., has cleared nearly GROVETen

"What the Newspaper Expects of Their cars all have a white banner $3,000 on tomatoes. He says ti is THE MARKETOf

the Merchant" was the subject of an lettered in black, bearing the words, Florida for him after this.
interesting talk by Joe M. Warren, "
"Orlando Good Roads Boosters.
editor of the Clarenden (Tex.) News, That kind of people always get what Lake Worth is now lighted with Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

before the members of the Panhandle they are after because they infuseso electricity. The streets are illuminated acres on beautiful lake

Press association at the recent meet- much of their "boost" spirit into by 35 powerful arc lamps and more two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS

ing held at Amarillo, Texas. His remarks -I I their deeds. Here's good luck to are being pushed rapidly to comple- court house in the fastest growing
FISH AND GAME
were, in part, as follows: them.-Delray Progress. tion.
A newspaper is to the town what section of Orange County,
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the brass band is to the circus. Of I I Seven hundred orange and grape

course, the circus with no band at allis Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
fruit trees. Five hundred in
not worthy of mention. And, if

I. the band is punk, the performance is Louisville ft Nashville R. R. full bearing. This ,grove is a and pure.

apt to be punker, and the performersare big paying propcsition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

probably not pumpkins. Ditto, everything in the Meat Line.
some newspapers, some towns, and getting old and must sell.

some merchants. A good newspaperwill 'N'I Present crop on trees indicate
make successful merchants; good
two thousand The
merchants will make a successful boxes. Price onjy PARLOR MARKET

newspaper, and the combination can $6,500. Cash $JOOO. Balance on
not fail to make a good, live town. Low Round Trip Summer terms.
H. M. Self & Co.
Once in a while you run across a
merchant who looks upon patronage .. Tourist Rates

given to the town sheet as an act of Cooper Atha PINE STREET

charity. Such a man will get a better JACKSONVILLE TO

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Colorado Spring. 58.60 Duluth.. .. ... l.SO Knoxville.. ....21.40
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colored Yellowstone ..... 78.00 Toronto. .. ... 4S.90 Indianapolis. .. 36.30 I
county treasurer paying a \ Portland .. .... 106.00 Montreal. .. .55.43 French Lick .. .. 35.20
gentleman two fifty for manufacturing Seattle .. .. ... 106.00 Petoskejr. .. .. 51.58 Toledo. .. .... 41.11 I
in which Los Angeles .. .. 89.50 )Mackinac. ..... 53.00 Detroit.. ...... 43.50 IMIIHtlllllHmilllillMtittilliMillimtfMTilW.
the hole in the ground San Francisco ... 89.50 Buffalo. .... .47.40 Mammoth Cave ..30.90
his "wooden overcoat" was deposited.But .I Glacier Park .... 82.75 Niagara Fall. .. 47.4 Chautanqua. ... 41.40

to repeat, the newspaper expects Low rates to other points in Colorado, California and Canada,

co-operation from the merchant.We Minnesota, Michigan, the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Pro-
don't mean for the merchant to portionate low rates from other points in the State.
M. SLEMONi
order a six-inch double-column spaceon Tickets on sale daily, May 15 to September 30. Return limit Oct.

front page center, and expect to 31, 19U. :
co-operate with a pound of butter
: EXCERPT-To destinations in Arizona, British Columbia, ..
last
born five weeks ago Saturday.
be- (except Field, Glacier and Mount Robson), California, Lewi town,
What we do mean, and sincerely ,
Ida. Montana Belton Gardiner, Glacier Park Station and New Goods
lieve, is that a newspaper worthy the (except Arriving Daily {
and Washington, tickets sale June j
' 1 t name deserves and has a right to ex- Yellowstone Station), Oregon on

pect the earnest co-operation of every ; 1 to September, 1914. 3

business man in his town who has at VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT LAKE., COLORADO
heart the best interest of himself and I SPRINGS, ETC

his neighbors. The saying that "Your Going. through St. Louis, Returning through Chicago or Vice I
local paper is the mirror in which the Versa. Liberal stop-overs on all Tickets. -
enterprise (or the lack of it) of your We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ,
THE ATTRACTIVE WAY
town is reflected to the outside made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
world," is as true as it is ancient and I TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST
whose failure Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towek. l'
the business man or Three solid through trains daily-Choice of three different routes ,

refusal to co-operate detracts that and Overalls made Sweet Orr Goods from H. B. Claflin &
Pants by Dry Co.
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much from the attractiveness of the Three daily trains to the Southwest through New Orleans, L &
Cars. No better dining service. Fast time. Rock
scene, is not only "falling down" on N.Ballast.Dining No dust. No dirt. For car handsome illustrated bookletson & Ca Best place in the city to trade.

his home folks in a most inglorious all summer tourist resorts, rates, sleeping car reservations and
manner, but is actually burglarizinghis other information, address

own strong box. H. C. BRETNEY FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Don't be content to eke out a mere
134 West Bay Street (Telephone 167.) Jacksonville Fla
existence, commercially speaking. Go W. \el. SLEMONS

to your "publicity department" and U
have it tell each one of its readers
URANGE AVENUE
about the good things they have been

missing by not having your name on
To the West and NorthwestVIA .11111.111----
their calling list. Intimate that you 1111111111111111111.,1111111111..1.1.1.1111.1.11111111'.11

are sorry you haven't invited them
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around the past few years. Promiseto
do better-and do it. And if you TDO YOU CARRY
DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
know a news item or become pos- ,

sessed of an inspiration which you RIND
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
think might redound to the public
.... .
weal-tell it to the publicity department -- .

Don't bury it in your own Dixie Dixie
breast; let your newspaper distributeit Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
where it will do the most good. .v Orlando A. C. L......12:31 am 3:13 pDt I v Orlando, ........................ 3:13 pm
r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am '7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... '1:31)pm
Co-operate. You'll find it the most T Jacksonville. A. C. L... S:35am 8:15 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
T Wayeross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25 pmr T VTaycross. A.GL .............IQgOpm '
resultful, satisfying occupation you Macon. G. S. ft F....... 6:13pm 4:15amr r Macon. G. S. ft F. .............. 3:46 am V tllD PgfpJ,
ever engaged in-a guaranty of ma- Atlanta C of Ga...... 8:8Jpm 7:25 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .,............ 7rt2am
I r Knoxville L. ft N. ............12:1)pmr .
terial well being, an assurance of the r Chattanooga W. ft A..12l am 11:"am Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16pm
respect and esteem of your fellows. I r Nashville N. C. ft St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm _r Louisville. I.. ft N. .............. ':00 pm
P. ............
r Indianapolis L. 1:50am
Ar SL Louie L C.&1.&N. Z:60 pDt 7 20 am
'Ar Lexington L. ft N. ............ ':$0 pm NsuRANCE .
(From the Gainesville Sun) Ar HopklBsvffle. L. ft N........... 127 pm AT Cineinanti. L. ft N. ............. 8:50 pm
f Plans have been completed for the Ar Evansville L. ft N..... 9:28 am t g5 pm r Kalamnoo G. R. ft L ..........12:20pm
Ar Terre Haute C. ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 aa r Grand Rapids G. R. ft L ....... 2:45pm C0.
opening of the new station of the Ar Chicago C. A E. L..... ':50 pm 6:50 am Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15am A. L. BECK LUMBER
American national life saving corps
at Pablo Beach today. Several lives ', DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Lumber and Building Material
Dried
't Solid train, composed of section drawing Solid Kiln
were saved by these men last year oom sleeping ears observation compartment train composed of electric lighted
and their services as a protection to I an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coach.
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and Phone 451 Orlando |Fla.Don't .
the crowds of bathers has become in* ar between Jacksonville and St Loin Jacksonville Louisville ,
I ana Indianapolis;
dispensable.The I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
I Solid train carrying electric lighted com-i iartment. Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between -

United National Association of tented section, observation drawing-room sleepers steepen.and electhe Flab Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand wait for every one in town to We insure your life and loan you Spray material, insecticides and
Postoffice Clerks of the State of Flor-I I. 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-
ems meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
ida will meet in annual you try. Am too busy to look you 4-29-lm.
--- -'- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Curry, Building, Tampa, FJa. erature.
Palatka on the 29th and 30th of this roa TICKETS, PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON job.j 1-20-tf i 3-25-d&wtf
month. A fine program, both busi- j W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Tftket Agent 11 fill wants.'W" .
Sentinel "wants" your
ness and social, is being prepared. Atlantic Gout One, Orlando For the news, read The Sentinel I Read the advertisements daily.

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CLASS S DAY PROGRAM GIVEN[ AT 11v '

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CATHfORAL[ SCHOOL[



Attention Uniform CourtesyTHE Seniors Gathered in Cluett Hall for

; the Final Merry Makingof 1.
do Details J; fIlll
the Term t

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Yesterday was "class day" at the .

Cathedral! school, and the program
given by the seniors in Cluett Hall : '\
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; STATE BANK OF ORLANDO auditorium last evening was clever, ::: .. ) .. .YOU"rV1. .( .
amusing, and entertaining, and the '
1 merry jokes were as greatly appre- >, : ;. ;.(C() ?-v" WE)! '"., '': .'
ciated the audience the '. '. "
a by as by : ; :
ladies for whom they in-
young were
WRITE OR TELEPHONEWhen tended. From the graceful addressof not only financial provision for the present and

it isn't convenient for customers to welcome voiced by the class president ftttrte .

Miss Ruth Lee Bourlay, of Lees- but
to the bank in to transact their
come person burg, to the waving of C. S. G. pen-

business.A nants at the close of the farewell :. experience in handling money, experience in financing -
t song, the affair was one of keenest the home
letter or phone conversation giving
us
enjoyment to all in attendance.The .
instructions, is given our personal attention introduction of the class mem- so
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promptly) i and carefully. bers was made by Miss Elizabeth : she can live within her msans novas she desires) ,
Drayson Baynard, of Auburndale, the
Every individual banking here is assured history of the class was told by Miss and after your death as she must.

all the advantages of a helpful, accommodating Dorothy Strong Johnson, and the
class poem given by Miss Helen War- :
service, combined with sound banking low. The class prophecy was made Let her run the house on a stipulated amount.

methods and capable management.Your by :Miss Mary D. Rowan, and her viv- ;: Open an account in her name today. '.
,
id and most amusing pen-picture of .:'
account invited. her classmates and their occupations : '.' ;
V/c have a special system that will hepCf "
fifteen years hence, bringing in a

,4t.. number of local "hits" which were received ':. and save you money. .)
with much applause.
The presentation of the "cloak" to '. .', .., .', Call and let us explain. it. \..,." '. .:

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the juniors was made by Miss Ruth .. : -
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Isaacson, and received by Miss Lillian .... }"
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r Conner, and the "Last Will and Testa- :

""! 1 ment" was read by Miss Marian Holly ,. \ '



i =. imiMHIIIMIIIHilMMimtlMIHIIIHMmillM We Will Put the Reins .j.. Smith.accompanied Rowan Miss, Bertha played on with Holden the much piano Langenbach sweetnessand by Miss, o ; : .a 4 }r : O:


expression a violin arrangementof :
w of Success in Your : Rubenstein's "Melody in F."

I The presenting of various ludicrousand . ...... .. .
Hands fitting gifts created greatest merriment (. : ,:;<" > : : : : '". ::, ; ;:

. The large basket which con- "
x I tained them was presided over by Miss -

r How? By furnishing you with : Olive Adelaide Dinkle and :Miss Car- .iMMMMMItlimillMllllliillllllHllliilHitMHIIttltlllMMIMIIIMI.11.11.1..11111111111111111111111111"11.111111'11111.1.111 1.1..111111.. MH.
rie Byrd Hooks, who, with the others, 11111111111111.1..1111111111111111111111111111111.111111"1 111.11'111.
a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : found much fun in watching the expressions -

r z call on you. He will give you a I their surprise on the faces parcels of the were girls unrapped. as- ,MMMMMIMttlHltMIHMMtMHMMIIHHIIIMIiMMMHMCOOLEST '. .

i formula that will make and mature Miss Warlow was given a !

toy; automobile, as compensation for
t your fruit the; wear on her own machine, occa- ill GRAND THEATER
sioned by many rides enjoyed by the :

class; Miss Smith was given a basket
with a small ball, to further her ath-

letic career; Miss Isaacson, a book for

The Southern Ferflhzer! r Co "dates;" Miss Dinkle, a suffrage ban- SPOT IN THE TOWN ;
ner; :Miss Langenbach, a pair of

1S 'wings to aid her to walk more swiftly ... ,1,1111111,1,1,11,11111111..11.1111..11111,1111111111111" '.
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA11111111111111'llllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllll ; Miss Baynard (for whom the wed-
4 'ding march was played), three toy TODAY
men; Miss Rowan, souvenirs of Florida -

--- -- -- --- i.e., spiders and mosquitoes; Miss Benefit for Civic LeagueDo
r Bourlay, a moving picture; Miss
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Hooks, a rosary; Miss Johnson, a
your part and help the good cause along.
board, with instructions as to its use;

PEAS and to the principal,"Rev. Mr. Cobb, MR. CESTIA LAWTON will sing "My Dreams," by Tosti -
r a real gift-a prettily framed photo- "
"Faded Rose Caro Roma.
graph of the senior class. This gift, ; ,
.
with that of a silver spoon, presented
to'Miss Bourlay by the girls of the "A Cruel Revenge." A great gripping drama. You

school, were expressive of the affec- .

w We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB 'tion of the girls for their principal, must see this to know.
I and of their love for their class pres- "
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name ident. A pretty tribute of their fond- "Hunting Spiders, Zoology number.

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. ness for "Helen" was made as :Miss "Picturesque Coast of Catalonia," a beautiful scenic.
Warlow stood awaiting her gift from ,
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of the surprise basket-the entire class

suddenly singing "For she's a jolly Pathe."Her "
all kinds. Fallen Htro real
a scream
good fellow, as every one can see"The ,

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers classes cheered each other at "Looking For a Fortune," another real Kalem comedy.
the close of the program, and the audience -
etc. Phones 181191.
left with the refrain of the

gay class song ringing in their

w F.. F. button thoughts- Good Music as Usual.

"We've second handed English books,
SANFORD, FLORIDA And others quite a few. CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
Oh, Juniors, dear, with best of cheer, :
; 515tf."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.. We hand them over to you; .
4*+ MIMMMMHMMMMMMI''
But whisper it gently, soft and low, IMIIiMIMIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIIIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIII III'I"IIIIQ"'I." .'.
n (We'd die if any one knew) :111111111111111111111111111111111"11111'111'1111'1'1111.11' 1 1111111111111111111lars
fi + The Demerit Book, if you take one
look,
You'll find we have worn it quite UNCLAIMED LETTERS KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOOLDAYS
.. MMATTENTION 14 through!" toward new desks needed in the I
,'.;6 study hall, and other plans were discussed FOR ALL TIME
"1914, Hurrah for the class of to- yesterday.At List of letters remaining uncalled
night, for in the Orlando postoffice for week
\ 1, 2, 3, 4, Hurrah for the red and the the conclusion of the business, ending May 23, 1914. When callingfor
.f. white, the members remained to talk over same please say "advertised."
For we will never forget the happy incidents of "school days," and deli- W. R. NEAL, P. }I.
days, cious strawberry ice cream and cakes Men's List-Boyd, W. A.; Bryant,
rrti Stock Reducing Sale We've spent in C. S. G., T. J.; Butler, Leo; Brown Geo. A.;
The work we have done, and the frol- were served. Combs C. V.; Cass, Geo. W.; Chan-
'" ics and fun, Those present were Rev and Mrs.R. non, H. ((2)); Cunningham, J. H. P.;
For none were as happy as we. P. Cobb, Miss M. F. S. Harden, Chapple, Leonard; Cruse, L. J.; Co.
Continued 30 Days And though 'mid other friends and Orland Arms; Connell, P. ((3)); Crich-
scenes, who are honorary members; Misses field. Wm.; Dinkle, J. S.; Davis, T.
Our pathway we may find, Zilah Shepherd, Eloise Gassman and C.; Hanley, Lewis; Hulbruch, StraussE.
We'll still be true, to all we knew, Edith Robinson, of the school faculty, .; Honst, Florence; Hutson, W. A.;
., | MISSES HAULM & DUNN In the days we are leaving behind. and Misses Marian Stouder, of De- Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.; t
Mills, Dr.; Miller, Robert ((2));
p ANNUAL MEETING OF CATHEDRAL Land; Frances Bosanquet, of Fruit- Kee, Thomas; Mattocks, MC-I;
SCHOOL land Park; Lois Overstreet, of Eustis; Moore, J. M.; McDonald, Geo.;
: Agents for Barclay Corsets ALUMNAEAn Sarah Slemons, Berta Branch, Doro- lips, J. I.; Paige, John; Porter. M. H.; I
and Mrs. Charles Nich-
Romaine, Mr.
Jean Person, Zelma Lew- ; ,
thy Cooper
unusually large number of olas; Williams, E. S.; Warner, J. A.;
'Z'k McCall's Patterns members were in attendance at the ter, Eloise Robinson, and the mem- Tyson, Mr. Robert Your graduation portraits and thoseof -
bers of the class of 1914-Misses Women's List-Anison, Mrs. Gander to
classmates-precious
annual meeting of the alumnae asso- your you ,
Arthurs, Mrs. Mary Bell, Essie;
Ruth Bourlay, Elizabeth Baynard, ; ;
MMMMMMMMM MMMMMMM.. ciation of the Cathedral school held Johnson, Helen Warlow, Belle, Miss Fodia; Benson, Belle; Cat- now-will be priceless in the years to
yesterday afternoon, and although ofa Dorothy lin, Mrs. Mary R.; Davis, Mrs. Edwin
business nature, the gathering was Olive Dinkel, Carrie Hooks, Berta M.; Davis. Mrs. J. G.; Farless, Mrs. come.We are exhibiting new and attractive -
MARRIAGE IN COLORED CIRCLES Fire wrecked a choice owned Langenbach, Mary D. Rowan, Ruth Mary; Franks, Mrs. C. E.; Jones, Mrs.
grove of much pleasure to all, many former Mamie Miss Mary Lummus, styles of school pictures that will
r Fred F. Floyd and Daulton Washington by M. B. Grewell, one mile west of ,Isaaeson, and Marian Smith. ; Jerry ; I:
classmates having a most happy re- Mrs. J. N.; Michelson. Mrs. Michel; make most arropriate class gifts, and
ti colored, were married at the Boynton a few days ago. It is believed union. Prather, Mary Ellen; Parker, Mrs. I I which are priced consistently.We .
.;r bride's home on Division street, Mon- that the fire was started on the The officers of the association, who Read the Morning. Sentinel Prici Arlena; Robinson, Mrs. Chas. H.; would be pleased to have you
r k day evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. H. P. railroad right of week. Rice, Mrs. James; Romansteen, Miss
and 10 cents a
to
way spread serve for three years, are Miss Dor- Lula Right. Miss George; Right, make a visit to our studio.
Hill, pastor of the Baptist church, the grove before it was noticed. ;
5 othy Cooper, president; Miss Alice Miss Rhodv Ann; Seemuller, Mrs. Is- EVANS,
officiating. Allen, vice-president; Miss Sarah Eat what you want. abelle; Smith, Mrs. E. J.; Scoot, Mrs.E. ;
The couple left on the midnight Fernandina's municipal ice plant Slemons, secretary and Miss Sarah Eat all you want. .; Wade, Mrs. Luther; Whittaker, Orlando's :Artistic Photographer, No.
. train for Babylon, L I., where they will be in operation by the 10th of Yancey, treasurer. Take a postscript and forget it. Mrs. Mattie; Wilson. Sarah; Watts,I 100 N. Main St., one block north of
Yates
For sale by all durggists. Teresa; Wilkins, Miss H. A.; ,
will reside. next month. I I court house. Phone 125.9ozzot .
The association is to give fifty dol- 1-i-d&w-lyr Miss Violet; Hunter, Miss Tanring.
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