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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 28, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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'The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME TWO.BRYAN ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. NUMBER 92.

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FOURTEENTH[ ANNUAL SSSmN[ THIEVES[ [ HEAVY SENTENCES[ [ [

mo HIGH ON T : T LABORORGANIZATIONS

CARRANZA TAKE[ PART T AT NIAGARA A Final Exercises Attended by Many THISI I Bud Parrish Gets Two Years and Girl i!

Who Heard Graduates Acquit SIDE T THEATER f i Is Sent to Reformatoryfor

Themselves With Credit Four Years
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f IRsT T GAME[ OF f SEASON[A TO T B BE[ ; The fourteenth annual commencement FORMER OPTIMIST VOICES I! NO EXEMPTION WILL BE

PLAYED[ AT fAIR GROUNDS I exercises of the Cathedral PESSIMISTIC OPINIONSIN I Parrish i GIVEN THEM IN CASE OF
school were held in Cluett Hall last I yesterday, giving the former twofears
TALK ON FOR- VIOLATIONS OF ANTITRUST -
evening, and the auditorium was ) at hard labor and the latter
Wallace Loughman Team Will crowded with relatives and friends of I EIGN TRADE four years at the state reformatory. LAW

f R Share Honors With Orlando the students, and many others interested The criminal court has seldom heard
in the welfare of the institu- two cases of such interest from such
Giants This AfternoonThe tion.The SS[[ PLENTY OF TROUBlE AHEAD a class of criminals. For several AGREED[ NOT TO ANTAGONIZE BilL
stage was beautifully decorated months Orlando suffered an epidemicof
first game of the summer sea- with pink roses and bamboo, against I mysterious robberies. As is usually I
will be played at the fair groundsthis which the ten graduates, in their LAYS ALL IMPENDING DISASTER the case when no clues are left and ALL MUST REST ON SAME FOOT-

afternoon, the play being called dainty,frocks of white, formed a most TO UNWISE LEGISLATION the crimes are not immediately traced ING UNDER LEGISLATION

promptly at 3:30 o'clock. attractive picture. Seated with them THAT HAS BEEN PASSED the conclusion was reached that a PROPOSED BY PRESIDENT

The Orlando boys have been preparing were the principal, Rev. Roderick P. PUTTING UNDUE BURDENS gang of adept robbers was at work. AGAINST RESTRAINT
; for the match for several Cobb, Bishop Cameron Mann, JudgeT. I Eventually Chief Smith arrested the
( i days, and are in prime condition for P. Warlow and Mr. George McCul- ON CAPITAL girl, who is only fourteen years of OF TRADE

the first real try-out of ,the season.If loch. of the trustees. and the membersof I age, and found a great lot of loot,
they come off victors it will encourage the school faculty. Washington, May 27.-James J. consisting of jwelry, clothing and I Washington, May 27.-(Special.)-
them to keep the good thing The opening number of the pro Hill, discussing "The Future of Our I trinkets of more or less value. The President Wilson has won out in his

going. gram was a piano solo, "Pres du Foreign Trade," in a paper read at girl had evidently stolen for the mere fight with organized labor. Antirust .
Orlando is a good baseball town, Ruissean," by Rubenstein, played by the National Foreign Trade conven- love of it, for she had given things legislation to be enacted at this
and it is hardly necessary to urge Miss Mary D. Rowan. This was fol. tion here today, intimated that the away right and left and it did not session will carry no exemption from
the fans to get in line to do their lowed by a hymn, and the reciting of United States might be in danger of appear that any effort had been madeto prosecution for labor organizationswhich
best on the lines this afternoon. The the Creed and Collects. running into such a widespread industrial realize money from selling the may violate laws against the
town needs the baseball diversion and Miss Berta Langenbach gave a distress as England now found stolen articles. restraint of trade.

the team needs the patronage. This prettily worded salutation, and then itself "from attempting to hold mar- The arrest of the girl was followed The president has consented that
should be sufficient to insure a large her splendid essay (which won the kets against competitors while maintaining closely by the apprehension of the there be written into the Clayton
attendance at the opening game. Cluett medal), "lJeft-handed Men." a wage scale that does not man, Bud Parrish, who had acted asa trust bill a provision under which
This unusual theme was handled by permit her to meet their prices and dusky Fagin to the willnig Oliver the courts are to be prohibited from
HUERTA HAS NO IDEA OF SKIPPING Miss Langenbach in a most originaland does not offer to capital an inducement Twist role played by Daisy. When deciding that labor organizations orarmers'
OUT interesting manner. Defining the into new fields of development." I the cases came to trial the girl pleaded associations in themselves

Mexico City, May 27.-Special.-) meaning of the term-which in olden He pictured the industrial distressin guilty and her testimony againstthe are condemned by the Sherman act,
Surprise and amusement have been times signified bad luck, and was con- England and said it would seem man convicted him. or by subsequent trust legislation. *
in circles the nected with that rational conduct might save the There t
caused government by vague superstitionsshespoke were many prominent persons This compromise was accepted final
wide circulation given'the report that of the opposition of thoughtin day, "but the burden placed by un in and around Orlando who lost of'
ty today by the representatives
Huerta had fled the capitol to embark "right-handed" and "left-handed," wise, restricted legislation and unnecessary through the operations of the two. labor organizations who were forced
for Europe at Puerto Mexico. Huerta the former expressive of skill, and taxation upon business in the The man spotted the houses and then
to the conclusion that the president I
has no intention of flight Today he the latter awkwardness. Men have United States are producing their natural sent the girl to do the work, while he under no conditions would give his!
was seen about his usual haunts, con the power of developing either side effects here also. Just such mis stood on watch. From her testimony
assent to their demand for the full
ferring with intimates. It is under- of a dual nature, and may become takes as Great Britain has made, andis 1 it would appear that Parrish chose '
exemption from the prosecution of
stood that cabinet vacancies will be either evil or good in character, but making, may confront the American his opportunity well. The girl had I their organizations. The labor men$
filled tonight or tomorrow. There is the man most truly left-handed is one workingman with a lost job, and no difficulty in entering the housesand took all they could get and promised -
indication of any further changes.MARCUMWALTON who has met with some affliction, and empty cupboard and no younger and I getting away with the spoil not to antagonize the bill. The
whose life is to more promising land to which he She not in instance
a struggle master may was caught a single \
: I bill will be taken up in the house
ambitions which the average man emigrate. Losing gradually the ad and it was only through some next Monday.
Miss Maud Marcum was married to could gratify more easily. Physical vantages that our position and resources II very clever detective work of Marshal \
Mr. E. C. Walton, of Orlando, at the defects, however, often spur a man have given us up to a recent Smith' and Sheriff Gordon that the
home of her parents in Catlettsburg, to accomplish that which otherwisehe date nothing but deeper wisdom anda I pair were caught
NAVAl STORES[ TRUST t MADE
Ky., yesterday at high noon. The would not attempt, and the keener sense of justice toward al ,
couple will arrive in Orlando and be world owes much to the work of left- factors that must unite to create national 1COLONEL'S ACTIVITIES TELLING !
PROFIT P ON SKIMMINGS
,' at home to their friends at their homeon handed men. Miss Langenbach citedas prosperity can keep us at the ON HIM
Orange avenue, after a brief wed- examples Milton, Helen Keller, and front in the race with other nationsor \

: ding journey. Mrs. Walton comes of others, who, though their powers were even insure as against disappointment Oyster Bay, May 27.-(Special.)- Former I
Employe Testifies That Every
distinguished ancestry and has made sadly crippled, "attempted, perse disorder and economic distressat ,
a place for herself in social and vered and achieved." home," he concluded. I re-sult I Barrel Paid Its Toll to \

I'f church circles by her personal and intellectual "The Value of Exercise" was the I terday in Washington and today in the Company
charm and pious inclina- subject of an excellent essay by Miss CALEB POWERS AGAIN TO RUN I I New York Col. Roosevelt returned

tions. She will prove a valuable ac- Helen Warlow, and in a direct, force- FOR CONGRESS this evening to Oyster Bay. He Savannah, Ga., May 27.-The
quisition to the same circles in the ful manner she spoke of the necessityof walked and talked like a weary man, ond day's trial of the case against sec-\\

life of Orlando. Mr. Walton has developing not only the mind with Washington, May 27.-Representa- and with a wan smile he declined to alleged naval stpres trust began in
many friends in this 'ity who will books but the body by physical exer- tine Caleb Powers, of the Eleventh discuss politics. He had nothing to the United States court this morning.The .
offer their warmest congratulationsupon tion. Looking back to the early history Kentucky district, who according to say about his visit to Washington and taking of testimony was contin- I
his good fortune.MEMORIAL of the world, the man who sur- his biography in the Congressional would not say when he expected to ued. All of the defendants, EdmundS. I

vived was the strongest; and later Record, served eight years, three I I fire his looked for broadside into the Nash, J. F. C. Myers, S. P. Shot-
DAYU. the Greeks and Romans placed phys- Wilson administration.
ter and Carl ,
months and three days in the jails of Moeller, were in court
S. Grant Post, No. 10, G. A. R., ical culture above the mental, realiz- Kentucky, following the assassinationof and there was the keenest interest in ,
will hold memorial services at the ing that superiority in one was noth- Governor William E. Goebel, today HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR IN the testimony among those in the au-
Orlando cemetery on Saturday after- ing without perfection in the other. SPEEDWAY TRIALS dience.
announced that he would be a I
noon, May 30th, assisted by the Women "A man's usefulness is diminishedif candidate for re-election. Indianapolis, Ind, May 27.-(Special. I Thomas S. Purse, secretary of the
Relief Corps. ,he 'is a weakling health gives .)-George Boillet, the driver ofa ,
Powers had recently announced Savannah board of trade, gave testimony
The post and friends will meet at confidence, assurance and the will to Puegeot car, number seven in the
that he would retire from relative to the method employed -
Mayor Sperry's residence on East do. The first wealth is health, the congressat Speedway elimination trials, today
the end of his term. He by that organization in keep-
Pine street_ ___ at___ 1:30_n_ and_____ will..__ _leave__._ health of the people is the beginningof present broke all United States track recordsfor
is to open his campaign for the Re- ing the records of the naval stores
promptly at 2 p. m. happiness and in health and hap- two and a half miles. He made ,
publican nomination June 1, in business. He quoted from the recordsto
oppo-
1 Flowers can be left at same place. piness lie power." the lap in 1:30:13, a fraction less thana
sition to State Senator Joseph F. Bos- show the receipts and exports of
We hope that a liberal supply will be Miss Marian Smith's essay was one hundred miles an hour.
worth.H. naval stores at Savannah. 1
contributed as over seventy graves of great interest, her subject, "The
have to be decorated.The Making of an American," being espe- HUNDRED STRIKERS INDICTED John F. Glatigny, former state na-

exercises will consist of read cially suited with its connection with DRINKWATER INSTANTLY Denver, Colo., May .-(Special.;) val stores inspector, testified to inspections .
the school life and that of the home KILLED AT W. PALM BEACH I I he had made in Savannahfor
ing service, an address, singing, the -One hundred strikers and organizers -
the American Naval Stores cornI I
a reading, and placing flowers on two places where the character of were indicted by the grand juryat
the graves. the child is molded and the future West Palm Beach, Fla., May 27.- Canon City tonight on charges of pany in 1908. He was a daily visitorat
All comrades and the public are citizens are taught obedience first to Henry Drinkwater, a contractor, was murder and destruction of propertyas the yards of the company here and
cordially invited to attend. its parents, then to its teachers, and instantly killed this afternoon by a result of the battle at Chandler, never detected any fraud, he said. 1

afterward loyalty to its country. electrocution, when he came in contact where one non-union miner was killed. William H. Haskins was one of the
question-the dispute between Huerta Miss Dorothy Johnson enthused her with a live wire under the Royal most interesting witnesses of the
and the United States that led to listeners with her pretty wordpictureof Park bridge. Mr. Drinkwater, witha BASEBALL RESULTS morning. He was employed by the ,

the occupation of Vera Cruz-attract "Youth"-with its pleasures an a companion, was fishing from a rowboat National League ,National Transportation and Termi-
ed most attention today but the ulti happiness, the passing "April show in Lake Worth. The boat was St Louis 4, Pittsburg 7. nal company at Jacksonville, Fla., in ,

mate attitude of Carranza was not ers" which come to it, and its care passing under the bridge and 1Ir.f Chicago 1, New York 3. 1908. This company was a subsidiaryof
lost sight of. Administration leaders free and triumphant enjoyment ol Drinkwater reached out to the piling Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 6. the American. Haskins said it was ,
discussed reiterations of some consti- life. Pointing out the possibilitiesof to push the boat off. His hand camein Pittsburg-Brooklyn; rain. a practice of the company by whom -
tutionalists that Carranza never later years, Miss Johnson placeca contact with a live wire and he fell I' American League he was employed to remove from a
would parley with the Huerta dele deeper meaning in youth's pleasures instantly dead into the water. The \'I Boston 5, Cleveland 4. half to a gallon of spirits from each ,

gates. That was not considered as aI I and emphasized the importanceof body was rescued and brought into I Philadelphia 1, St Louis 1. Five I barrel after it had been inspected. In
I matter of apprehension. Once a pro forging good habits in the springtime the city dock to be prepared for ship- innings; rain.Washington. this way the company gained from ,
tocol was signed between Huerta and of life, and so flourish in immor ment to the former home at Freeport, 1' 7, Detroit 0. 250 to 300 extra barrels a month.

the American missions, it was be- tal youth. 1. I. New York-Chicago; rain. Judge Samuel B. Adams, attorney ,
lieved: the northern faction might b Swilling The subject of Miss Ruth Lee Federal LeagueR for the defendant company, brought
to be represented at the con Bourlay's essay was "The Children of LARGE SHIPMENT OF ARMS FO Baltimore 4, St Louis 3. from the witness the information that
; ference at least to point out theirI Literature," she also giving the val HUERTA'S FORCES I All other games postponed; rain. he had been discharged by the com-

:, ideals of the provisional government. edictory. I Southern League pany. Haskins said he had been discharged
Carranza's friends have intimatedthat First speaking of how the "childrenof Vera Cruz, May 27Special.( I Birmingham 8, Memphis 2 because of a difference with
the northern chief would be literature" dwell in our hearts, of The Hamburg Line steamer Bavaria I Atlanta 10, Mobile 2 another employe over the failure of t
ready for representation at the conference how real a part they held in our landed 1,800,000 rounds of small arms Nashville 3, Montgomery 1 the latter to repay some money he
after his army took Mexico youthful days when in fancy we ammunition and 33,211 rolls of barbe New Orleans 2, Chattanooga 1 had borrowed from Haskins and another ,
: City. Capture of the Huerta capitalthey 1 played with the many children of the wire at Puerto Mexico, it was learned South Atlantic League employe of the company.
take for granted. Carranza remained "old woman who lived in shoe "
a tied today. The shipment was consignedto Columbia 5, Macon 3
in close touch with his Wash Cinderella's shoe or climbed with Jack the Mexican federal authoritiesand r Columbus 8, Charleston 5 Curtis & O'Neal will insure your I

ington agents and an early statementof his famous beanstalk, she urged that forwarded immediately to Mexico I Augusta 6, Jacksonville 3 property, sell you a grove, loan you i
his intentions was not expected. (Continued on page 5) City. Savannah 7, Albany 2 money, or rent you a house. I



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THE BIG STORE HAS DONE MORE BUSINESS IN THE LAST TWO WEEKS THAN ANYONE WOULD BELIEVE, UNLESS THEY SAW IT. WE
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
GET THE VERY BEST PRICES. THIS WEEK WE ARE GOING TO DO STILL BETTER. The Hour Sales are stronger and are well worth your while.


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THE TENDENCY OF PRICES IS DOWNWARD. IT'S A SHAME,BUT THE GOODS MUST GO. WE BOUGHT THIS STOCK BECAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF
GOODS 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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: We will sacrifice our magnificent line of Petticoats. This is the greatest sale of the kind your city has ever
ALL[[ DAY fRIDAY known, and an opportunity you can't afford to miss. They ccnsist ol Leautilul Crepe De Chenes, Taffetas and
} Messalines, in accordian Pleats,.Ruffles and Jersey Tops.

Lot No. i. Silk Petticoats worth $ for 98c 3.48
1.50 Lot No. 4. Silk Petticoats worth$.l 5o and$5 oo for
Lot No. 2. Silk Petticoats all colors worth $3.00 for $1.98
Lot No. 3. Silk Petticoats worth $4.00 for $2.98 Lot No. 5. Petticoats worth up to $6.00 for 3.98

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Crepe Meteor,42 inches wide in Black, White and Colors, $2.00 and
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Winter Garden, Fla., May 25, 1914. -
This is the day of small politics. It

is a day of political parrots. It is a i Say That the Party Must Return to 172' ;/ When evev you are looking for Fine St
time when real men are needed in the Its Early Traditions and "
arena. l Be Progressive tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and

There are some real questions to be
Edison Talking Machines and Records All
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solved. There are some knotty problems Detroit, Mich., May 26.Pessimistic -

to be marked out by statesmenand r,fUneeda y views of conditions under the na- kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews

not weaklings. Why do not those tional Democratic administration and I
who seek the suffrage of Florida offer BiscuitA optimistic predictions of the futureof harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and

some real reasons for the faith that'sin t their own party were expressed by r
the latest idea in
cards.
postal
them! Why in the name of Hea- crisp, clean, nutri- I the speakers at the Michigan Repub-
.
ven don't they have some ideas of tious food. For lican state welfare conference here ,-

their own and spit them out from cvcrybodyevery today. Party leaders from nearly "You take the
W.
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honest hearts and patriotic motives? where. Fresh in the every county in the state attendedthe BRANCH,
Hot Bath I'll take the
Instead of this the passion and hate moisture-proof pack- meeting. Speakers included sev- ,

and self aggrandizement of voters is age, 5 cents.ZuZu. eral members of the Michigan dele- Cold One" The Arcade Book and Music Store
appealed to. gation in congress and United States

Justice and wisdom are meaninglesswords Senator William E. Borah. Very polite but sometimes inconvenient -

to the average seeker of public "The Republican party," said Rep- yet when there is
office. For years Florida has been Neil/ll iN. resentatre Patrick H. Kelly in his only water enough In the tank
address has been out of buta for one hot bath what can the
cursed by a tax system that protected l/llr power
r8 rest of the family do? The
little than 'ear-Iong
the conscienceless against the more a
is simple, install a
burdens of government and enslavedthe enough, however, to demonstrate that I answer

honest with carrying loads which the sooner it is restored to power the' RUUDAutomatic
others should have. An honest effort better it will be for our domestic af-

was made by the legislature to remedythis fairs and also our standing among LIJust
evil and make the burdens bear nations of the world. The most favorable Gas Water

equally upon the all the people. thing that can be said of our =- Heater

Those in charge of the enforcementof The funny little name present industrial situation is that w+ Nobody wait*-

this law are pioneers in the work. of the famous little the business men of the country, emu- -nobody ihe service worries is arrived car load
f4
They are without the needle or com- ginger snap that puts lating the example of the president
fresh and himself pursuing a policy of EunlimitedTheRuud never FORDS for immediate -
pass, save the motive to do the right. "snap" are never disappoints -
There is no precedent to show them ginger" into jadedappetites. I 'watchful waiting.. And so far as -You
simply turn the delivery.Get .
the way. They must mark out and 5 cents. our foreign relations are concerned, i rfa ucettheheaterdoesthe
solve the problem. The purpose of the all the world realizes the difference |
'tin rest.
' law is justice and equity. Right now between the colorless diplomacy of Complete descriptive yours nowF.
and the red blooded statesman- literature
the new measure is unpopular. The Bryan
demagogue is ready to mount the y ship of Knox, Root, Sherman, Blaine on request G. RUSH,

wave and lead a revolt without givingthe and Seward." ORLANDO WATERLIGHT & Phone 226
law a fair trial. Candidates for Representative Kelly also attackedthe CO.

public office should have some con- tariff law. Gas Department
viction on the subject and seek to "The Republican party," said the

lead the people aright. That needsan senator, "is coming back into power.

economical administration of gov- The proof of it is on every hand. The v

ernment affairs. There is danger in trend is unmistakable. I said a year

the new tax law piling up funds to ago that the amalgamation which I" 11111111111111111111111'SUMMER 1fi
be squandered in foolish and useless GRAHAM CRACKERSThe would take place would be an amal- :
appropriation. Have the candidatesfor gamation that was worth while. The : TIME IS J

high office any convictions about natural sweet- men who voted the third party ticket :
FLY TIMEAre
these matters? God save the State ness and nutriment to the number of 4,000,000 for rea-

from peanuts. Give us statesmen, of the wheat are retained sons entirely satisfactory to them can : those windows screen

fearless and bold in the right of the giving thema neither be questioned as to their in- : ed yet? Patented detach- -

things. Down with platforms madeto delightful flavor tegrity of purpose or their patriotism. : able hangers used on all
catch people. Away with mean- xo cents. But that it was a protest and not a I screens. No ladder need-
ingless platitudes. Platforms reeking manifestation of purpose to perma- : ed to take off or put on

with deceit, born of prejudice, shornof Buy biscuit baked by nently leave the party is now estab- : when washing windows.

right, are the style and fashion.Oh lished by facts and figures which can : -
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R.J.WALDRONContractor _
for a man that is big enough, NATIONAL not be doubted.
brave enough, faithful enough to cry BISCUIT "Now in view of this pronouncedand I and Builder r"am ond&G-o're4. "

aganst wrong even the wrong whichhe COMPANY unmistakable purpose of those I 410 West StreetFor
entrenched and enthroned in pop- who voted the third party ticket to

ular favor. Education is needful Every Always look for that name ally themselves with the Republican'

child has the right to have a party, in view of the determination to
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
., chance_in life. A great many parentsin support its principles and its policies, JII.--.J'lllllllllllle..
the little towns and cities spend what is the task before us? It is unquestionably -

more money for foolish shows, soft to make our party equalto Sale REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
PRESBYTERIANS OF f TWO WING S:
and hard drinks, chewing gum and the tremendous problems which COMPARE
tobacco than they do for the educa- now concern us. It is to build up in
Will COME 1 TOGETHERUnited [ [ -
tion of their children. The State doesit this country, out of the traditions, the -

all and the trend is to make the achievements and prestige of the past, Modern 8-room ; OUR FURNITURE

State do even more. We merely men- the duties and obligations of the pres-
and Southern Churches t
tion this to say another thing; the Submit Question to a Referendum ent, and the hopes and aspirations of House 2 doors : r We provide the quality furniture that has long
education of Florida ought to be ad- the future, an organization efficient, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ministered in a business manner. Vote Next Year militant and progressive-worthy of west of Wyom- ; standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

Sanity, and its old days and equal to the obligations I wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
common sense
economy Hotel. Bar-
Kansas City, Mo., May 26.-Wh en ing
it is of the foundation
clear
this stonesof
should have some part in it. Thisis which now rest upon us. It is point too one
the general assembly of the Presb}y- this business and that means much to
in other words in unmistakable any buyer.
the question to meet, can the politician terian church in the United Stat our duty, gain.
to make it dear that -------
throV light to aid in its terms
any
Southern here last
( ) decided niglto 1 t
solution? The enforcement of law the Republican party is to be as it
submit the proposed basis of unic In McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
against the high and low; the delaysof I II I between the Southern Presbyteriaiand was in its best days, a thoroughly A. L. :
better progressive party." Bentley, Cor. Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
justice; public highways; the United Presbyterian Chun:nJ I Orange 1

cutting off unnecessary official appendages of North America to a referenda 10 L AMELIA AVENUE J
1.i
J PANAMA CITY NAMED THE SEATt
and the abolishment of the
vote by the presbyteries, the final se *
fee system. These are matters of tleraent of the question was pos:- OF NEWEST COUNTY '111111111111111111111.1. .i
vital interest. Have
you ony opinion poned at least two years. If thre e" s
about them, Mr. Candidate? Do you fourths of the presbyteries appro1 Panama City, Fla., May 26.-In the lilllilillilllllllllniMiHii HIIMIiaillHHtMMMI II'I' .
election held here yesterday to decide I HiiillMMiMiiiitiiliiiitlilMitlllllltliilHilMMMIIMMMMIH .
prefer to catch folks by glittering the basis of union the general asser '
realistics the location of the seat of Bay count -
? Are afraid that
you you
bly of 1915 will direct them to vo :
will offend somebody by taking ty, one of the new counties in thee
a directly on the question next ye;3.1* Orlando Bank & Trust Co
position for or against- these issues of I I and the result will be reported to tl, state created by the last legislature,
vast import. Men and not weaklings Panama City won over St. Andrews
are in demand.E. general assembly of 1916. by a good majority. Panama City Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
Rev. L. E. McNair, of Nashvill le'
J. STROZIER, and St. Andrews were the only two
Tenn., today presented a report whii
Bay county towns in the race.
Winter Garden, Florida
told of the work of the Americ:an RESOURCESReal
Bay county was created out of
May 25th 1914.
Bible society acting in conjuncti 1m Washington county during the 1913 Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

with the various denominations.Last session of the legislature, and there Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

DAVIE RECOVERS FROM DAM- year 1,706,459 Bibles were di lS- has been much rivalry between the Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

AGE BY HEAVY FROST tributed through the nine home age two cities as to which should be theo Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33 j
c es. This was an increase of 280,2 22 county seat. Cash on Hand and due from Banks . ? 473,059.02
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., May 26.- volumes over the preceding year. 1

Davie, the point hurt most by the account was taken in these figuresthe of $904,906.09
frost in February, is now shipping society's distribution of Bib)les The early fly is easier to swat than

beans, peppers and tomatoes and through the trade. The total iss ue those that will be along later.tilllMlllllltililllllill. LIABILITIES
Stock and Undivided Profits
Capital Surplus
large shipments are looked for next for the year was 5,500,000 copies, an --- --- -- $131,279.78
week from that place. The prices be- increase of more than 1,000,000 o'er Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
the before. In 1 E[ payable . . . . . . . None
ing paid are very good and those year commenting on

Who have the truck are getting I the report Rev. M. D. Porter of Ric For Sale Deposits .. . . . . . . 770,793.72
money for it. mond, Va., asserted that the best w, *
There is quite a movement on the to Americanize immigrants was Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

dock this week from the 'Glades and through the Bible. I have the following

surrounding country,. Experiencedmen "If we could put the Bible into the: properties which I offer $904,906.09

say that it will pay to ship as hands of every immigrant who ent
late as June 10th. J. K. Matthewshas our country the problem would be prior to going north: : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

been shipping the last week or solved," he said. One California : Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
two, but will not have his usual luck The remaining business, chief of Bunga

this year, as his crop suffered from which is the discussion of the rep'ort low; one two-story house Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81

the frost and may mature too late to of the systematic beneficence comtee tcorner lot.) Intendingof Deposits Dee. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

enable him to get paying prices, and will be rushed in the hope buyers will do well to get : I I, Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
compete with the West Coast, from adjourning Thursday. in touch with me onI

which point large shipments are be- above properties, which : Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
ing made. Personally we admit having brailty
een are both new and well
of many different kinds of fc>01- i located. : I Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

Voters of Orange county, the timeis ishness, but we have never writan ten I : t The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

now short, and this paper sincerely admiring letter to a moving icFRED] B. DALE : Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
hopes that every man who can ture actress.If friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
cast a ballot on June 2will put that I sible. -M
306 ANDERSON STREET
vote in marked for Claude L'Englefor men had the right of sec and : ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKAI .

Congress. He is a good man- sight there would be fewer case of PHONE 376IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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rida Sentinel Sorrento, Fla., May 18, 1911. FROM MIAMI I The aviator that flies upside dawn

.MORI.I'. AND WEEKLY Mr.Dear J. H.Sir Reese.:-Your letter announcing I The last two cars of the booster is soon planted right side up. I[I We Are Going toil II!
and Owner.
B FERRIS Editor candidacy was forwarded from my party belonging to Mr. W. E. Martin i
voting precinct, and carefully read on I Now that are getting cheaper
and Mr. T. W. Mathews arrived eggs ..
Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando, Florida receipt. I feel that the spirit of it yesterday
Mail Matter. : about having made the we don't care so much for them.
a* Second Class commends you for the nomination.Am noon, 1i 1 I
concernedto know your opinionof i last lap of the journey home from I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES our state penal system. Would The fellow who pities himself does
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 like Florida to advance in care of convicts Daytona Beach, where they stopped I
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.60 for a while Tuesday for a dip in the not deserve pity from any one else.
Daily, 3 Months ...................... L25 i to a position consistent with
r flatly, 1 Month ....................... .60 I modern knowledge and humanitarian surf and a night of soft sea breezes.Mr. I I is'a
ideas; a matter we can but feel to be Martin's car was occupied by "The Mustard" new Paris
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 one of plain duty and honor. I shall himself and Mrs. Martin Mrs. S. E. 'dance.I' They play "A Hot Time" for CLEERATE'The
weekly 6 Months ..................... iTO be pleased to receive anything that ,
you have or may publish on the sub- Ives, Jr., and Junius Ives. In Capt. it.
ADVERTISERS: Mathews' car were the captain and
r ject.With best wishes. Mrs. Mathews, Miss Julia Chapmanand As a general thing, when a woman
Copy for display and all .her handset Yours truly
"We won't talk more about
Mr. H. H. Dickson. made says any
adrertiaiac But be handed in at the business W. G. BROOKS.Our They
.lie* .( the Sentinel nit later thin 2 ). m. I. their back from Miami in a leis- it" she is just begining.
correspondent has opened up way
the day before publication. This tale applies
U chutes for contract advertising: it is a subject which the most profound urely manner, and thus got more enjoyment -
InTariaUc and wiQ be strictly adhered to. If his picture is reliable, Cupid is
students have been unable to solve out of the trip than could
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued satisfactorily. William A. Osborne, have been possible in a hurried re- the only person whose beauty ever
should notify the office in writing on turn. Both cars, however, suffered was enhanced by a silk hat.
York
member of the New prison
the date of expiration otherwise it will be a last '
continued at the regular subscription rates commission, recently disguised himself breakdowns which were the cause of
untH notice to stop is received. If the truth could be discovered,
delay. All members of the
as a convict and served a self- some
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 19lt. imposed sentence in the state's prisonto party were bubbling with enthusiasmover it might be found that while Mona full Thurs
study the conditions of prison life. the pleasures of the tour, and Lisa was smiling in the parlor old
they added their testimony by of Mrs. Lisa was washing dishes in the
THE WEATHER He came out declaring that conditionswere way

inhuman.n____n___, but he offered no solution I corroborating- others who had -preceded kitchen.Mr. day which
them of the cordial of
Florida: Partly cloudy Thursdayand of the problem.In hospitality
and Mrs. R. J. Waldron of 410
,
the Miami people. All along the route
Friday probably local thunder- direct answer to the question
; the people welcomed them with hearty West street, are happy over the arrival we shall
storms; fresh east and southeast propounded by Mr. Brooks, I am quite
interest but in Miami they were exceptionally of a daughter who came to them
winds. willing to say that I regard the con- ,
vict lease system about as bad for generous and were constantly May 26. '
have for
handling convicts as we have in this on their toes to do things for a
[. Watching the other fellow mow
country, and I should like much to see the pleasure of the tourists. It wasa
;t; your lawn is popularly considered a
Florida "advance in the care of con- great advertisement for Miami incidentally few
very healthy exercise.o victs to a position consistent with and the great section in i T. F. HOURIHAN +

'Ji'I" modern knowledge and humanitarian I which the town is situated.
i
It is fashionable now for men to ideas," and would be proud to havea I 1 Licensed Plumber and months by el. V

wear collars while playing golf, but part in contributing to that con- Sanitary Engineer
I" they are not yet required to put on NOTICE
I
summation. The gradual abolition of Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
full dress suits.Woodrow t Attended
Promptly to.
the lease system was provided for in putting on
o an act passed by the last legislature, The annual meeting of stockholders PHONE 6z9
Wilson ought to sue the of Orange County Fair Associa- b
and is a step forward. It seems likely 106 Court Street '
cartoonist of the Jacksonville Metropolis that the establishment of a prison tion will be held at San Juan hotel, sale some I "__ \

for libel for that lantern jawed farm for the infirm and women convicts ,Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, June 2nd., ORLANDO, FLORIDA

picture in Wednesday's paper. I will vastly"improve the systemin 1914. I tallmIMitlilMtiiiillMMIIIM remarkable

D so far as this class of prisoners is It. W. R. O'NEAL, Secretary. I
:
Although the fishing parties may concerned. I believe the state might

holler so loud as to scare away the go further and establish a prison com- I I values -

fish, the hilarity suggests that the mission to be composed of men espe- II: .
most important purposes of the expe- cially equipped to study such problems -I
dition have been secured. and make recommendations of j SFECI.ALI : in this
work the and the
their to governor

It' Grape juice received another trade legislature, upon which to base reme- I\ season'sstylish
boost when the Presbyterian assemblygave dial legislation. It would amount to .

the ruling boards the power off little, however, to have this commis- ..

f choosing between the Bryan beverage sion composed of politicians whose I I' 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and

l' and the fermented article. appointment was due solely, or largely Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford
0 to political activity It is the dutyof ,
Shock Absorbers. Run miles
3,600 Dress
Some fellows do a good deal of all such thoughtful citizens as Mr.
grumbling about misfortunes never Brooks to lend their counsel in the

'
zl Good fortune often comes along in H. REESE.

bunches and chunks, also. 1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine con- (CMPAdition :
.i.. 0 WHO WILL BE THE FIRST HOME full
equipment JJU
\f is safe that Claude RUN MAKER?
It to predict

t L'Engle, candidate for congress, W E
HAVE( SOO YARDS OF f
t Fourth district, will receive a major- Mr. W. S. Branch dropped into the
"! ity over all of the other congressional Sentinel office last night and remained -

a aspirants in Orange county. just long enough to tell us I FANCY CREPES, RICE CLOTHS, PANAMAS,
o that he would give the first Orlandoman San Juan
Garage Co. RAMIE LINENS, STRIPED MADRAS, RA-
Claude L'Engle, candidate for congress making a "home run" a good
TINES POPLINS PLAIN
AND FANCY
Fourth district. He has foughtfor baseball cap.
the people's rights for years. He Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5.24Suggestions VOILES, ETC., ETC. OUR REGULAR VAL-

q will continue the same in the same T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone UES WERE 25c to 65c PER YARD, ON THURSDAY -

forceful way in congress. Vote for 2, Orlando. 35tfI I AND FRIDAY FOR, PER YARD "'

L'Engle.

o tMillMtMtllHtHtitttllMMHIIIIHOMtlllHIMMIIIIIIMIMMIIIIIIIHi iiti
Voters of Orange county, the time I 12 I
T- is now short, and this paper sincerely : for Graduation Gifts : c.NO .

x hopes that' every man who can casta .
ballot on June 2nd will put that There is nothing more appropriate than a Kodakor a Waterman's Fountain Pen. :
vote in marked for Claude L'Engle :! The prices are in the range of everybody being $I.OO to $10.00. They can be sent by I LENGTH RESTRICTIONS.

for congress. He is a good man- Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect. :

i} none better. o McELROY'S PHARMACY ES\ SEED 36 INCH

The Miami Herald complains that ,

;s- all the voters can do under the primary IMMIIMIMMMMimiHMIMIMIMIMMMMMIIitlllMIMMMIMMMIittMtttr" IMPORTED SWISS\ CHIFFON TAFFETA

system is make a choice between i

the candidates offering them- till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II 1111111'1"111111111111111 Qnualities we hay confidence in believing will
every
selves. What else can be done under
.
any other system? We should like. wear as good-most likely better-than any "GUARAN-
.
the Herald to explain.VicePresident TEED."
o
Marshall is out witha II Beautifully, Soft, with the New Rich, Glossy "Oil" finish -
I
forecast He that
political says ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES I so much in demand.In .
Roosevelt will be a candidate in 1916 I

for the presidency and that the Republicans important event in the I
Commencement Day-an I a full range of new colorings, including Rose
and Progressives will not : lives of young people should receive some fitting mark
unite. The vice-president is a shrewd : of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the Ashes, Moonlight Blue, French Navy, Marine, Burgandy,

observer, but the trend of events indicates I occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Tabac, Chartreuse, also Black and white.
a coalition of the regulars and Jewelry?
the Bull Moosers in 1916. Mark this t 36 inch (one yard) wide. Our Regular Values

in your hat. DIAMONDS AND WATCHES $1.75 and $2.00. Thursday and Friday.

.
The Colonel's pictures show that he We direct the attention tf relatives and friends to

lost some of his flesh in the jungle the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

and he admitted to the Geographic store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- H $1.49

Society that he had to eat monkeyseke est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia

out his rations, but withal the mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
lonel has lost none of his ""vigor and assortment.A .

's day in Washington was quite in visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

ping with the old time strenu- obligation to buy.T.I1.vansthe.


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more we learn of the condition

,r cities the better are we sat-
Ith Orlando. The commission-

[ensacola had a warm meetings

ago in which it came outf

the banks was "carrying"r
) twenty thousand and that DEPARTMENTAL STORE

lirger sum would be neededrt

time for bond payments, JewelerOPPOSITE .
ere was some talk of reducing

iries of the commissioners and Uille Ave. U UEbllo

ent of certain city accounts
private pockets. This is a bad POSTOFFICE

|of affairs for a city, but the
I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
sion government can hardly
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
rged with it since the newer

has been in operation less I ! ! !
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y GRADUATING[xR[ I [S Will!TAKE[MIHHiniMHMMIIIM*. p I)FAVORITE GllDeDallDGDallDGDallDCDallDGI THEATRE i IF- 101Commencement

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\ PLACE[ AT R ROLLINS T TODAY
THE TUNER e ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers e
Sfl I SI Uk
ORLANDO FLA. -
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Many Will Attend From Orlando and i Open 9 a. m. to I 10:30; ;. M. I
? "bet It RAIMIefl's"t
Dr. Poulson Will Deliverthe Admission 5 cents i

Mr. Edwin Beeman is driving a new Ad res, DOQDc GD aD aDcQITODAY'S

and nifty Stutz racer. BUYS AND SELLS PROGRAM .
. Many from OrlKffll attend the "War of the Cattle Range." 101 "

Mrs. Minerva Olive has returned to graduating VS&JJKA which will be Bison two reel drama with Wm. Clif
REAL ESTATE ford. Prudence's arrival in the West
her home at Green Cove Springs.Mr. held at the college this morning at 10 causes rivalry between Bainbridge, TimeIs

o'clock. Among those going out from the boss, and Clifford, one of the cowbo.s. -

and Mrs. Bergo Willett, of Orlando will be Rev. Dr. Edward T. .

Maitland, were in town yesterday.Mrs. Poulson, who will deliver the addressto boo south ofVin "Midnight Alarm." Joker comedy Here
acres with Max Asher and Louise Fayenda.Mrs. .
the class. Harmon imagines she hears
a
Garden and of
Mae Turner left yesterday for The commencement concert was ter west strange noise in the dead of night. Want for that one
a
Asheville, N. C., to spend the next given at Knowles hall last night before Gotha, including 10 acre Max, her husband, refuses to get out present
of bed. Mrs. Harmon telephones the who graduates? You can getit
six months. a large audience. Those partici-
orange grove. The entire police and fire department, and then
pating were Florence Smith Black- barricades all doors. at our store without any
covered with
Miss Lucy Todd left yesterday for man, pianist; Adrienne Dorothy Wal- tract Friday at 4:30 will be the next trouble and but little

Harrisburg, Pa., where she will remain lace, violinist; Mary Green Deaderick, yellow pine timber. Two drawing for the dinner set. ex

i until fall. reader, and Homer Stanley Pope miles of lake shore. pense.

tenor. A classical program was givenin the large audience their entire satis-

Mrs A. A. Abrams left last night fine style, and was much enjoyed.The 4.23ImCATHEDRAL faction and delight over the exercisesof D Every Graduate D

for Jacksonville. She has been visit program of today's exercises the evening and over the progress

ing her son, Mr. Jack Abrams. follows: thus shown. Speaking of having at-

Organ Prelude, Introduction to Act tended many commencements, havinga should have something now,

Prof. Henry Nehrling, of Gotha, III., Lohengrin. Florence Smith-Blackman WagnerMrs. SCHOOL surfeit of such at times, he added that they can keep for years,

was among the business transactorsat C. E. Enlow Continued from 1) that he did not remember any seriesof
Prayer-Rev. ( page to remind them of friends
the county capital yesterday.Mrs. Address-Rev. Edward T. Poulson we still keep our dream children, our essays by those of the age of our
D. D., Orlando loved ones and the happiest
bright, happy fancies, not becomingtoo graduates which surpassed those of
S. K. Redford arrive yester- Presentation. President of Diplomas Blackman and Certificates realistic or worldly-wise. That this class, and he thought if all present days oi their life.
day from St. and will visit
Augustine who were of "his own moderate
Meditation for Violin, Piano and I the long-loved fairy tales are still
Mrs. J. M. Bass on Webber avenue. Organ Mietzke. dramatized and enjoyed shows they age" would follow the advice given in

Mrs. Elizabeth Kedney Krauss still appeal to our maturer fancy, and these essays, they would lead better
Miss Ruth Esther Holmes Allen & Co.
Mrs. Howard B. Hilton has taken
and happier lives. He rejoiced over
Mrs. Florence Smith Blackman we are still refreshed by the youthful ,
her departure for Stamford, Conn., Benediction-Rev. W. L. Barze heroes such as the Pied Piper of the spirit of loyalty and good com-

where she expects to remain until Organ Postlude, March ... Guilmant Hamblin, Maggie Toliver and others. radeship, the hearty good will shown Jewelers

fall. % Mrs. Florence Smith Blackman Let us so live in child-like love, sympathy -I for the school, the faculty and for

i and faith the I classmates, such having marked bothevenings'
YOUNG MATRONS OBSERVE echoing prayerof Prompt Repairing.
Mrs. J. B. Reese came up from Kis- : exercises, and he was much
Tim "God bless all each
CLUB ANNIVERSARY DAY Tiny : us ,
simmee yesterday to spend a week and every one." :applauded when stating that he con- D Everything Guaranteed.

with her son and daughter, Mr. and Miss then tendered sidered the "class of 1914 an excel-
Bourlay a
Just one year ago the Young Ma- grace-
Mrs. J. H. Reese.
lent advertisement of the Cathedral
ful farewell behalf of the "classof
trons' Card club was formed, and on

since then its eight members have 1914," addressing this first to school
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mathews returned Expressing his appreciation of the
happy afternoons together Bishop Mann. To him she expressedthe
spent many
yesterday from the "booster"trip of his close kind words given him by the valedictorian lb. .Jtlllll"II'JII'I"I'I"IIIII"III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
playing that most interesting of hearty appreciation .
.
accompanied by Mr. H. H. Dick- games, bridge whist. In celebrationof interest in the school, with glad recognition he regretted having been unable =0, ---
son and Miss Julia Chapman.
amid the of other work
of his in this in press
its first birthday anniversary the proving as
since coming to southern Florida, to +
_Mr... _!lnI"_ ... J .I.. Davis snpnt: : the Young Matrons, with the members of other ways a "worthy successor of _u ; ;
u .w. v. wr "- the time and labor he desired W
beloved give j I'
club our Bishop Gray.
Matrons Card
the Junior
as
past week attending the U. C. T.convention '
the Cathedral school, but hoped by'
I The of the class 3/
gratitude was extended -
guests a picnic yester-
gave supper '
in Jacksonville. While in
the time it to have his work pPfleWJCreta
day on the beautiful lawn surrounding to the board of trustees for reopens
that city they were entertained by arranged that he can be often with
the home of Mrs. Gordon Wright. I i their care over the school; to "our be- so .
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Malcolm. the school, and perhaps give occasion-i!
The spread included chicken salad, I loved principal, Rev. R. P. Cobb, for
his efforts for the welfare of the class al lectures on subjects to which he :
sandwiches deviled baked
i i
,
,
Mrs. T. P. Grant and Mrs. Margaret eggs has given special study.To it fleuc1ioo[ in rrie[
beans, hot rolls, iced tea, punch, ice I I and for his personal interest in each
Galey were the last ofOrlando's
among other pupils he expressed the:1
cream, cake, and many other delicious I I member thereof. To the rest of the :
popular winter residents to
of their hope that as their time came for I!
faculty a hearty appreciation
eatables.
take their departure for the summer. After the two clubs played I I I labors and help; a farewell and hearty graduation, the class each year might i, During the entire week we will make a special low
They left yesterday for Charleroi, supper i I reflect the same credit the school price
i
wishes for to the schoolmates upon
against each other, the guests win- success onSalted
Pa. ning from the hostesses. Of the for- and last of all, the farewell to the as does that of 1914. He spoke of his I Pecans a

mer, Mrs. Merle McElroy made the classmates, who, she said, would ever pleasure in knowing that members of f -Salted Almonds
Mrs. J. W. Juniel, sister of Mr. H.
the alumnae had back for -Filled Dates
come com-
have close bond of and :
high score, of the latter, Mrs. Joe a sympathy
C. McDaniel, Mrs. Mary L. Morrison,
mencement, saying that nothing helpsa -Putted Figs
Bumby Jr. union in happy memories of and devotion -
and Mrs E. K. Biscoe left yesterdayfor ,
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee will enter- to "our beloved Cathedral school more than the loyalty, inter- -Plum Pudding
their homes at Little Rock, Ark.,
school." est and devotion of former pupils,
tain the club after-
next Wednesday I
after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
hence urged that the present class
noon. Bishop Mann gave a brief, bright
Daniel at their home on Lake Ivan- and helpful in this .
Those Mes- address before conferring the diplo- prove strong way,
present yesterday were
hoe. THE SANITARY GROCERY
showing that they happy and
I
dames Lee Miller, Joe Bumby, Jr., mas. Telling first of his enjoymentof are
the "class exercises the proud to be graduates of the Cathe-
Phil Slemons, Gordon Wright, Allan night" on
Mrs. S. Fell Jones and Mrs. MaryA.
dral school.
Weathersbee, Irvine Dunn, Hamilton preceding evening, he noted an error CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Allison left last night for their
Rev. Mr. Cobb then
Johnson, J. B. Lawton, Jr., Sylvan in the printed program in hand,sayinghis presented seven
homes in Pennsylvania, the former thereon should have been honor medals, as follows: 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
and Merle Thomas name
McElroy McElroy, -
going to Bell Vernon and the latterto
The medal for
Bishop's given high-
Brodwater, DeWitt Miller, Hal marked, as were some of the essay-
Pittsburg. The Jones cottage on
ists with star referring to the foot- est average in academic departmentfor
Beardall, Louis Dolive, Bansbach, and a ,
West street will be vacant during the Browne. note, "Excused at her own request. three years, to Miss Ruth Lee CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
summer as usual, and the ladies who
That he noted, however, the young ladies Bourlay.The .
have been wintering there will returnin | FUNERAL DESIGNS
medal
thus excused received r Principal's highest average -
MRS. STEVENS TO SPEAK AT LU- as many x
the early fall for the next season.
in academic Miss
CERNESUXDAYAFTERXOOXThe flowers as those who delivered their I department, 1tIIIIIQIIIIIIIIII..III..IIIIII.IIIIII.I.II..III.I..
Both have many friends in Orlando
Alice Drew.
essays; but that he wouldn't be thus I
who will look forward to their com- people of Orlando will again
The School medal
i highest average
honored in either case. (Some of the
ing with much pleasure. have the privilege of hearing one of A CORRECTION.
young ladies proved the good bishopto I in classical course for two years, White Star MarketSanborn
the very best speakers, in the interestof r Yesterday's issue of the Sentinel
be mistaken for once however, by Miss Berta H. Langenbach, who also
Messrs. Paul and Leon Sanborn temperance. During the past win- presenting him with a large, bouquet I received the George B. Cluett medal stated that Mr. B. G. Benson had sold Bros., Proprietors.

have bought the White Star market ter Mrs. MabIe Hilbush Stevens spoketo for the best his interest in the Grand Theater to
after his address.) II essay.
from Duren & Co., on West Church the people, under the auspices of Cathedral Chapter medal, for best Mrs. B. Beacham, when it should
"If one present I in-
street, and have a clean, up to date the Woman's Christian Union. She. any supposes record in have stated that Mr.Benson had mere-
preparatory department,
tend to compete with the essayists to
market to solicit your patronage.If was so well liked and appreciatedthat Miss Helen Hoskins. ly severed his connection with that
whom we have just listened, they are
many requests have been made play house.
Convocation medal for mathematics -
mistaken," said the bishop, "for the ,
you want good fertilizer for for her return, and we have at last Miss Ella Slemons.
odds against He then
are me. expressed -
orange or other fruit trees or for succeeded in securing her services for Woman's medal for The pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
for himself and in behalf of Auxiliary primary 1
trucking purposes, why not buy it Sunday afternoon at the Lucerne the- department. This consists of John A. Abberger, on the corner of

;from the Southern Fertilizer company ater at 3:30. Be sure and hear Mrs. $10, or as two pupils had attained Church and Lake streets, is now in 1

Stevens. Eat what you want equal honor, a $5 gold piece was the hands of mechanics undergoing a
Eat all you want. thorough overhauling and remodeling.Mr. .
awarded each to Annie Barr and Neil
The peach season is here; water- It will pay you to let us do some Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. McNeil. D. J. Dykes is the contractor.

melons are well on the way. of your printing. We do it right. l-7-d&w.lyr The list of names promoted to

read the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
-- ----- higher grade was by princi-

MmiilllllllimiMIMIIIMmilMIMtlUMMMMMIMIt* pal, who expressed his appreciationof NO MATTER WHAT CUT you select -

the large attendance, and the in- SALE-A large young horse, you get first class meat at this
harness. Good milk
and
terest evinced for the school, stating buggy market. For we handle only choice
cow. Address Box 48, Route 1.
that the past year had been a pros- 4-28-3t grain fed cattle and small stock from I

At The Lucerne Today perous one, marked by excellent work which all cuts are better than the

by pupils and teachers alike, and that FOR RENT-Parties going north desire prime cuts from a stock of lower

prospects for the coming year were to rent new bungalow com- grade. A trial will prove our meats
furnished. Attractive location.
bright, a number of applications from 203 pletely Ridgewood avenue. 5-28-3t worth more, though we do not chargeit.

new pupils already received. He expressed .

the hope that the friends of FOR RENT-Six room house, in first Phone 23

the school would bear the school in class condition. No. 210 N. Orange 48 W. Church St. 5-6t
"The Star Of India mind and speak in its behalf when avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
opportunity offered. He spoke of the

good work done by members of the 'IIII'IIIIIIII"III'fShoe If your paper is not dejii

faculty who do not expect to return. promptly, don't fail to notify tht%,
A wonderful four reel that is thrilling Repairingby i
production
next fall, of regret over missing them __J

and sensational from start to finish. A real and ent of staff pleasure will continue that most their of the labors pres-, PARCEL POST j jMen's WOOD, COAL AND ICE

feature that will hold your interest from beginning while the vacancies have been filled Wood, $1.50 a strand up. 1,
Coal Yard 566. i Li
phone
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by teachers holding highest testimo-
Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc
to end, full of good action and pleasing to the fullest nials. ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c i.

extent. After the benediction by the bishopthe Children's Half Soles, SOc to 7Sc \ Sentinel want ads. are money

graduates sang two of their class Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo ters. Try them. i

songs by request, much to the enjoy- Heels Repaired, 2c : I I'OSTEOPATH

ment of all present. i All work returned in 24 hours.Ordtrswithoutremittance .

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents *1 re- 'T_. '
i Dean E. Ponder Oxogene Disin- turned C. O. D. We pay ,

fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, .. returnpostage. I wT
Balcony 5 Cents to All. Empire building. 5-27-lm .. DR. J. C .HOWELL


Eat what you want. A. Hanson Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appoin
Continuous show from 2 to 10
p. m. p. m. Eat all you want. I?East Pine Street JOBfcANOO : No extra charge for house treq

.", Take a postscript and forget it. [ H.OR1QA{ Telephone connections
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5J If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

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

7 MYSTERY OF Sf. PUfRSBURGMAN'S I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I PEOPLE'S superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

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

DEATH DEEPENS[ announce my I
I hereby candidacy for Representative
I from Orange county, subject tothe
action of the Democratic primary to be I This
Body of Man Found in Lake May Be held Jane 2nd. Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For WayYour
J. H. REESE. i Rent ett, for this column..25c for one day
; Exhumed and Examination (Oc for three drfjs or SLOG for one week, for
lM Conducted FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 25 words or lees. Money most accompany
I I the advertisement far this column u no
hereby announce my candidacy for Rep-: insertions will be made on credit. doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your
sentative from Orange county subject tethe
St Petersburg, May 26.-Was W. action of the Democratic primary to be He
prescribed certain
case. he
heed June 2nd. FOR SALE drugs knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
B. Boone shot or were the holes in
S. S. GRIFFIN. Narsery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
his head made by some sharp instru- four year old buds; Foster Early,
; ment? These are questions that can FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahl,
not be answered by anybody now,and Representative from Orange county for the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf
next session of the Florida Legislature sub-
5 to clear up these important points the jets to the Democratic primary to be held NOT THE
June 2nd. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare DOCTORS FAULTBut
body, which was found floating in C. P. DICKINSON bargain; recently completely overhauled -
and made good as new in every -
Reservoir lake week will be
a ago, exhumed FOR REPRESENTATIVE partguaranteed first class condition -

and a careful examination will ; must be sold at once, even at we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
be made. No such examination has Yielding to what appears to be the delire sacrifiee. Come, or address, White
of leading citizens in almost every pre- high quality would have been used. Your
Rock Poultry Farm Leesburg Fla. prescription would have been filled justas
,
been made, the body having been intt of Orange county that one of the can-
dilate to be nominated for Representative 4-23-tf
buried in a short time after it pas in the primary election of June 2nd should I your doctor wrote it.Don't.

1 found and nothing done except to determine be from the country precincts, I hereby an WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere
ounce myself a
that his throat had been cut candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. child can be kept with me.
FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC Pleasant surroundings more important -
and that he had three holes in his
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 than salary. Address J. C., care
head. W. B. Rowland, attorney for Sentinel. 5-27-2w Forget
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the prosecution, and George Stovall, election as a Member of the County-Board of

representing N. S. Leslie, both want Public County,Instruction Florida. from District No. 2, Orange FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and

the body dug up and all doubt re- M. M. SMITIL gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
' -20-dlOt-wlmo That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
moved as to the wounds on the man's MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

PROPERTY in the yidnity of NewYork be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
head.A I hereby announce myself as a candidate
preliminary hearing will be giv for re-election to the office of Member of for city Orlando, with residence property, to cash exchange and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
Soard of Public Instruction Orange County on
en Leslie this week, the time depend-
tram District No.3, subject to the coming valuation. J. M., 307 West street, it chanoes this time to be "
neighbor's instead of
ti ing largely on when the state chem primary. Very respectfully, Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w your your own. Take

} ist completes his examination of the Ztllwood, Fla. WJL EDWARDS. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

alleged blood stains on the quilt, FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI FOR SALE-Six room house, bath, People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
which was used on Boone's bed. This hereby announce myself as a candidate hot and cold water, garage, hundred
k quilt, which had been washed only recently for re-eJ< Registration for Orange County, subject to a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net
is regarded as the key to the the 1914.Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S,"

t case against Leslie, and the stains, FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR care Sentinel. .5-24-6t
if found to be blood, will be important

evidence. Leslie now tries to explain hereby announce COMMISSIONERI myself a candidate for WANTED-Unfurnished room in pri DeLaney & Abernethy
how the blood stains were made. He re-election as County Commissioner from vate house; light housekeeping;
District No. 1 of Orange county subject to town; or near. Address "S. 7 Gore ,
says the quilt was on the bed where the action of the primary of June 2nd. You
support will be greatly appreciated.M. avenue, Orlando. 5-24
his mother was ill with cancer and 0. OVERSTREET.
Next Door lOc Store. Orlando
may have also been on the bed when FOR COUNTY TREASURERI WANTED-Grove work, pruning and Florida.

his wife gave birth to a child. This hereby announce myself a candidate for doctoring trees a specialty, by experienced
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the horticulturist and oran e I
last
1 event was eighteen years ago. Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. grower Would take care of property
H. TUCKER.
through summer or permanent. Ad I I
The four candidates for congress FOR SHERIFFI dress C. G. Hennig, 215 West street, Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook

,>it ,j in the Fourth, a brass band and a for Sheriff hereby of announce Orange myself County as subject a candidate to the I south. 5-22-Gt AND DO ALL KINDS OF
magnetic presiding officer drew only Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. I through your desk and see if
4
; FRANK GORDON. LOST-Crochet bag, containing an OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
:: (ctwenty-five persons to a political rally embroidered handkerchief with the Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
./: ., '",:- '" DeLand a few days ago. At Pa- FOR SHERIFF letter "B," alligator purse, about five at 24 and we will call, get your
. I candidate for the
announce myself as a
\ ., .,tka, the four candidates didn't get office of Sheriff of Orange County. Florida, dollars in charge. Return to this of- 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a fice and receive reward. :Mrs. Florence at the lowest price consistent with
audience at all and had
f' y to ad- native of Orange county. In asking the votes Beardall.
5-26-3t Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our
urn to another place, where a crowd of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge
best
the Yities of the office without fearor up-stairs. Acute and chronic attention. Sentinel, Court street.
had been collected by a band concert favor to any man for the upholding of the LOST-Two Airdale terriers weigh
laws and the preservation of peace and good ; diseases treatedTelephone I
This is one year when the average order in the county. about 35 pounds each; names Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,

LFloridian refuses to enthuse over poi WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR "Sandy" and "Michael." Reward. 578. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
E. Beeman. 5-12-tf Pepper Crates. 4-29m
y itics.-Tampa Tribune. COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .
OPTOMETRIST
DISTRICT NO. S SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER to

ye The Atlantic Coast Line station at I hereby the office announce ef Member myself of as a the candidatefor Count:: first twenty students enrolling in the Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUtini) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
} Board of Public Instruction from School Business College. You must act at is the kind you want. Where to get Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
Mount Dora is
moved littleto
- being a Board District N*. 3, subject to the actionof once in order to obtain advantage of it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
$ the southeast of its old stand, andif the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. it. Southern Schools of Commerce, Entrican. fixed ina
1-20-tf bicycle
If
elected I will
give thoughtful attention to ---- --' ---- ---- ---- If you want your
rumor is correct is to be enlargedand the educational interests of the county and Hand building. 5-24-3t Put money in thy purse by advertising hurry take it to Warman's Repair
A' improved. faithful service. C. p. GALLOWAY. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf in the Sentinel. Shop. 1 -5-tf.

FOR SALE-Five passenger, four

FOR I hereby INSTRUCTION THE announce COUNTY myself DISTRICT BOARD as candidate OF NO.PUBLIC 2 for car cylinder is worth Mitchell$600, but automobile.$350 cash This will 8**:I MM:HfUiViVtVt'iViVtViViVtVtMiVittiitiittitnIT'S \ \\\ \\ \\\ 41\\ i\\\t\\\\\1,\,\ \ \ \

MAY BEES-AN ESSAY the office of Member of the County Board fit buy it if taken now, as I have no
Public Instruction from Scheol Board District place to keep it. It is a big bargain.S. .
11 By Claude L'Engle No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic G. Dolive. 5-27-3t
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primary June 2nd 1914. If elected I wil TIMEFURNISHING 10 ME UP I NOUSff
give due attention to the work of the office. S
l Dont't Get Stungt and endeavor to be fair to all the schoo FOR RENT
interests of the county.:
May bees are good little in J. B. REDDITT.


But sects they, don't fly in June I am FOR a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER tie office of FOR our store RENT-Two at No. 9 W.office Church spaces street.in

S In the June primary- ty District Commissioner 2. If elected of I Orange promise county to serve f rem the Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce f R I I G Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l

Don't waste time on May people here to the a number best of of my yean ability, ,I having am Dual resided

bees. tied to know the needs ef the section and TO RENT-Some very desirable mod.
d4 Some other man may be all the people. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
Respectfully.
right for you in Congress; Apopka. Fla. A. C. STARBIRD -26-tf -t--T: :

:, Some other man may be inV MISCELLANEOUS .
line ,with progressive De FOR COMMISSIONER
mocracy. re-election I hereby u announce Commisstener byrelf from a candidate District No.for Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

Some other man may be 3.action Orange e-f the county Democratic Florida primary subject to be to held the children WE ARE the PREPARED graded school to work give your during delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

able to think for the people June 2nd, 1914. the summer. This embraces Eng- find
to what that -
J. L. DILLARD. pleasure just you want at prices are reasonable
after election, lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship,
But may be some other manwon't. FOR COUNTY COMMBSIONER typewriting, and any other subjects in every sense of the word.
I hereby taught in the graded schools. Southern ,
announce myself as a candidate I
for County Commissioner, Orange Cronty,I Schools of Commerce, Hand building " " .
And may be you'll get District Four* subject to the aches of the Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t

stung fooling with him. greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support%Dd.,1911 I win. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet | \ CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

You know that Claude Yours truly i
potato slips at $1.75
I/Eatfe is NOT a may be; Pine Castle Fla. C. J. SWEET. I Quick delivery.' Cash. Apopka per 1,000.Plant I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ] joining -

You know that he will Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i clubs other Our salesmen will this
think and act for you, I announce myself u a eand&ate for reelection OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The j | or any /ormalities. explain
to the office ef CommissioB
Coiity
use he is now in C n- era Orange County District Five subjec-I Florida Meat Market Fresh meats feature to
ss doing this very thing. to the decision of the Democratic primary i of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea ; I you.
Jane, 2nd, 1914.
i son. Your patronage solicited. S.
-. iucan get a sure Respectfully. I Belch iMIMIIIIIMItlllMIIIMtMtMtmUMMtltitimimillMMHKincaid '
proprietor.
E. L. BROWN i 5.3-lm
g, Ft. Christmas, Fla.
risk the best chancet Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
FOR TAI ASSESSOR for prices on Cow Peas 429mFirst
happened.
ever I hereby
announce my candidacy for the
|tide L'Engle has been office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject I I
to the action of the Demotraitc primary i class
ime-tried and firetestin called for Jane 2nd, 1914. If nominated'and.. Warman's Brazing a specialty a t' & SnowdenFurniture
Repair Shop o' Court St.
the fights for the elected I pledge you my faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT. I 12-5.tf.

pIe's rights.is I
FOR TAX COLLECTOR Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
I
the one sure thing I hereby aanounee myself as a candidate ford, Fla. Write or phone for
prices.
for re-election to the office of Tax
|or you in this race for of Orange County subject to tie Democrat CoDecto 519tf. of Characterat
ngress in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected -
I pledge to you my faithful seme. Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
istrict. u I have endeavored to give in the past at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.
is there for one term, w. If. MAKHN. 519tf. Prices

ep him there for another Popular e.......
Who is your painter and decorator B- l-fi TWS qswj jojsnf utadtls 3q!
Ite for Claude L'Engle If you are satisfied keep the one you 8 paelaaaJ 'itpawaqy 9 au.8'Jaa

first. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, WOJJ pass uapntf jnol Sag
;e i a chance second Ne. 636. 1.20-tf i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida.01

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Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast and in value for the money.

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radiator nickel trimmings. Standard equipment
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11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

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Human Life Is Held Too Dear for U'N 1 I it ....
I l .. Cleanliness Of
Them to Begin Upon an Era of QualityFRESH
Assassination Ten acres on beautiful lake :

two and one half miles from the : AND SALT MEATS
London, Eng., May 26.-Almost uncanny .
stillness in marked contrast to court house in the fastest grow : FISH AND GAME

recent police court scenes in which f- ing section of Orange County, :
I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
militant suffragettes participated,
Seven hundred orange and grape :
the trial and
prevailed conviction today of the during women vandals of fruit trees. Five hundred in : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

4 the national gallery and royal acad- k\\ 1 Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a : and pure.

1 emy.Six months' imprisonment was or- FROM JACKSONVILLE I big paying propcsition. Owneris : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

dered for each of the picture destroyers. SuLaiiDtiTtr J37.7S58.CO Clkif $43.50 CuciHiti $31.00I getting old and must sell. : everything in the Meat Line.
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I St. FailWiaaipef > > 56.75 UiuiiUe: 31.50
Several window smashers were . i
iI Colorado Spriof SUI D.I.t 61.51 KioiYille 21.40 Present crop on trees indicate :
.
Salt Lab CiJ 71.60 76.75 EvauvilU 32.25
condemned to terms of four months. . .
36.30
YclWsioiiPortUid 7810 TorontoMoitrtil 4S.JO hinupofi
Some of the women refused to give II I 106.00 SS.4S French Lick 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only : The PARLOR MARKET
I Sattle 10601 PettskeyMickuae 5143 Toledo . 41.10
their names and were identified by Sill LoiAnitle* 89.53 53.00 Dttwi.ChaUuqu. 43.50 $6,500. Cash $lOOO. Balance on
Sal Frascoc <. 8J.50 BaffiUMuf 47.43 47.40
numbers. One frail girl, identified as i ClackrFatk 82.75 ara Falls 47.40 MAo Cm 30.90 terms.
a window breaker, was so weak from Low rates to other points in Colorado.California.Canada.Mmne. H. M. Self & Co.
Iota,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
the effects of a "hunger strike" that low rates from other poiat in the State. I
she collapsed when brought in. I j Tickets on sale dally: ,until September 30. Return limit Oct 31. Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET

Freda Graham, who smashed sev- I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT ,
eral paintings in the National Gal- K III *\ r i\ r- I LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. Phone No. 80liimillillDltllltiitllMil
114
South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
j Coin through SL Louis returning through Chicago, 'I
lery on May 22, harangued the jury, or vice versa. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.

.. -.derfaiinfLthat she had attacked the ,j2v") TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 .
pictures "as a protest against King / Ott I'll l 11 I through train daily; choice of three different t 1

George's illegal and unconstitutionalaction I routes.
Three daily trains to the southwest through New
in refusing to receive a legal Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. MIMIIMimitlMMiHilMMIMIiimMimimiMMnMitMIMItlttMltCMntl
deputation of women." She added: 1 f I Rock ballast No dust. No dirt. For handsome illu*.
I trated booklets of summer tourist resort, rates, sleeping
"What are five pictures comparedwith car reservations and other information,address,

80,000 pictures by the greatest H. C. BRETNEY,

artist of all, which are being shame- Florida Psneater Agent
III W. M. SLEMON
fully defaced, damaged and degradedby 134 West BtyStrttt.JACKSONVILLE ;

men each night?" FLA.
....... .
Mary Spencer, who damaged a picture I
-
at the Royal academy on May I

22, told the judge that the only way
left for women to express their views j7LFare $ 3 00 New Goods Arriving Daily

was to damage property, as they respected BETWEEN .
human life too much to destroy .

it. + ... [EVELAND .
Extraordinary precautions have .

been taken at the Epsom race course t

to prevent any repetition of last
V year's tragic interference with the We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

running of derby when Emily Wild- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
ing Davison met her death by jump- THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Iasgtb

ing on the course. A force of 2,000 500 feet;breachh 98 feet 6Iocbes;SIO otat.eroome aDd parlor aooouoditing 1500 puwo.pm. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel:
CiMter ta ntt larger U all prvpwtxni*-lichee ia all ypomiacnti -thin aaj steamer oa
police will be on duty during the race
inland water of tlMvarid.anc JUDO ISth. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
meeting while extra barracks have Magoificeet St.am.n EANDBEE,""Cty of Erieud"City of Buffalo-

been put up around the course. Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -May la to Dec lit &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
I a t... Bd.Jo '.00 P.H. t... Oefeland 9:00 P.M.
.Aim Cn.Iui. 1:30 A.H. Arrive 6iiftalo 7.30 A.M.Eattera .
FLORIDA CENTRAL TO BE SOLD ( Suadard rime)
BY COURT Co.neeuoesatOese4adfc r.t-ia-s.y.Toledo.Detroitaad point Vertnd SoothveM.RaOrnail
ticicU trading bctwcea Ba.IaJe..4 Qerelaad are good for trampof.7"Io.on oar Meamera.JUk 4
roar ticket agent for ticlau via C.&B.Line.. W rile u Cue buwloma Oluftnted booklet free.
Thomasville, Ga., May 26.-At a THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, O. W. M. SLEMONS

session of Thomas superior court,

held here by Judge Thomas, Col. W. ..
URANGE AVENUE
E. Kay appeared before the court and .

presented a decree in the matter of To the West and NorthwestVIA __-a
the Baltimore Guarantee and Trust a1tJllllllllllllllttllllllllllllll.III"IIII'u'JIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII..

Co. vs. the Florida Central Railway,
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directing the sale of that road on October -

6, 1914, and the disposition of DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND D.O YOU CARRY ti
the proceeds of the sale in accord-I ,

ance with the dignity and priority of RINDMBt" -
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED BOIN
all lines. In signing the decree Judge

Thomas took occasion to especially

compliment the receiver, R. A. Mc-
Dixie Dixie
Rainee, for the efficient discharge of Limited. Fins.es.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
his duties receiver and the v Orlando, A. C. L..1:31am 3:13pm I v Orlando. ........................ JUpm
as econom- r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am '1:301'10 r JacksonvilleT ..................... 7:30pm tdi 74 r
ical manner in which he had managedthe T Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm Jacksonville A. C. L ........... 8:15pm 4
T Wayeross A. C. L......11:60am 105 pm T Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20 pm
property while in his hands. The r Macon. G. S. ft; F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. A; F. .............. 3:46am QUtu ParNr1NSU
Florida Central was constructed as a r Atlanta. C of Ga....... 8OSpm 7:!5aM r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:\2 am I
r Knoxville, L. &; N. ............,12lJpm
lumber railroad, and runs from Thom- r Chattanooga W. &: A..1:1I am 11:55&JD r Corbin L. *; N. ................ 3:16pm
asville via Miccouskee, Wadesboroand r Nashville, N. C. &: St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. &: N. .............. 9:00pm

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r Indianapolis a. L. 1:50
Capitola, in Leon county, to Fan- Ar St. Louis LC.4L.&N.: : %:50 pm 1:%0 am am
Ar Lexington, L. &: N. ............ <:50 pm CE I I
le>, in the southern portion of Jefferson Ar Hopkbuvfllt. L. ft; N........... 637,mAr Ar Cincmanti, L. &: N- ............. 8:50 pm RAN
county. It was the original intention Evansville L. ft N..... 9:28am 825pm r Kalamazoo, a R. ft; L .........,12:20pm
Ar Terre Haute. C. ft E. L. 1:11 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. ft L ....... %:45 pm
of the promoters to extend it Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50pm 6:60am r Cleveland, Big_Four ............. 7:15am A. L. BECK LUMBER CP.
to the gulf at St. Marks or Panacea,
and doubtless this will be done when I I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED and Material .'
t sold. I I I Solid train composed of section drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted Kiln Dried Lumber Building
sleeping observation .
com cars compartment
1 !I an and dining ear, between Jacksonville and tlrawing-raom Pullman sleeping ear and coaches -
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and Phone 451 Orlando |Fla.Don't
The Colonel refuses thrice to run ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis; .
for governor of New York, and the DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
Colonel is wise; he's got other fish[to Solid train carrying electric lighted com. Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between ---

fry, and 1916 isn't far away.A ighted artment section, observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and eleetlie Finn 'Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays wait for every one in town to We insure your life and loan you Spray material, insecticides and
o I lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car have Entrican, the painter, before I I I money on real estate at 6 per cent fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford -
acres meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati and lit-
Fla. Write for prices
I Life & Loan Co. ,
party of men from New Orleans, you try. Am too busy to look you interest. Guarantee ,
La., and Biloxi Miss. to --- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fl!. erature. 4-29-lm.
are going '
I OK TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE-OR CALL ON job. l-20-tf I 3-25-d&wtf "
establish, a factory for canning shrimpat W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Ajent. W. D. WHITE;, Depot TUtet A ent.AttWflc .
Fernandina. Coast One, Orlando For the news, read The Sentinel I Read the advertisements daily. I Sentinel "wants" All Jour-

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froznpt Attention Uniform Courtesy White Steam Launch From Key West

c/o Details J; ill Carries Party That Burns
Schooner to Water

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Tampa, Fla., May 27.-A story of
piracy on the high seas is told by -
Captain Henry Mitchell and his crew -:

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO of sixteen men, of the sponging "' .- -. .,I.. YOU OW ITTO { y.I. 7: ::.
Edna Louise who made : .
schooner ,
Tampa yesterday in a small skiff, a : i" :. ( YOW WE!I : ;: -- I

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tender of their boat. They claim the ; "
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Edna Louise was attacked by twentyfive : :
WRITE OR TELEPHONEWhen men in a white steam launch : not only financial provision for the present and

It isn't convenient for customers to from Key West off Marquesas keyson future
Saturday and after the crew was but
to the bank in to transact their
come person driven from the schooner into the

business.A skiff, the Edna Louise was set afire. :. experience in handling money, experience in financing .
They saw her burn to the water's the home
letter conversation giving r
phone us
or ,
edge, the men in the launch leaving.
instructions is given our personal attention Then they sailed their skiff to Cape so

promptly and carefully. Romano and followed the coast to she can live within her means now (as she desires)
Tampa, arriving today. The Edna
Every individual banking here is assure Louise was out of Tarpon Springs and '. and after your death as she must.

ed all the advantages of a helpful,.accommodating had been fishing for sponges off the I:
It is the second attack
Marquesas. .
Let her run the house on a stipulated amount.
service, combined with sound banking on Greek boats from Tarpon in Key ._ ;

methods and capable management.Your West waters the past week, another .
Open an account in her name today.
schooner, the Amelia, being sunk ; \ ;
account invited. close to the dock at Key West Friday ::: .:
We have that will
a special system help her ;.
afternoon, and, according to the storyof .
her captain, Harry Bell, he would ::.. and save you money. ;

have been killed had not Sheriff Jay- ..
: ,... .., .- .... Call and let us explain it.
cocks taken him away from a mob on .
9 a Key West dock.

Capt Mitchell and his men are of .. '" gii:;};

the opinion that the men who they alleged .
-- attacked and burned their boat I Il r .. -- .i :: - -.-... 1-. '
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i the appearance of the Greek vesselsin :

I Will Put the Reinsof Capt thir,waters.Mitchell does not speak English 0" 1 I r <;\ ;j t D"[

well. His pilot, Charles E. Dor- .
Success in Your sett, a negro, told the story as follows -

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Marquesas keys Saturday morning
Y because the water was too rough on
How? By furnishing you witha the sponge banks. We had been fishing : '
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in thirteen fathoms and had togo I ttMMMMIIIMIMMMMiMIHir.lMIMIIiiMilMHIM MUM 44444MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
to shelter. I was sitting on deck! I

call He will when I saw a steam launch come in I MMMMfiTHFlTFP.
on you. give you a +-
from the direction of Key West.
u formula that will make and mature "It ran in towards shore and lay

there for half an hour or so and then THE
t your fruit came on. I wondered what it was do-

ing because the water was most too :
rough for any sort of a pleasure trip. ;
I told Capt. Mitchell of the boat, but I

Tile Sdutlierli r Fertilizer r Co. ,'we'Pretty did not soon suspect they anything came towards wrong.us COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN : : :

( and I stood by to throw them a line
for I saw they wanted to board. As MMMMIMMMMM
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA : they came alongside a 'lot of men
I
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pistols and machetes and told us to

__ ___ __ _ _______ throw up our hands. We did. One
of them had a double barrelled shot
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I I gun and one had a machete and the "The Portrait
rest of them had pistols. ,

PEAS : "When they got on board some of
them were for killing all of us. Some A wonderful Vitagraph drama featuring you favorite jj \

II wanted to kill the captain because he
II players.
Y had brought us and me because I was
s I I the pilot and knew the waters and
I they had a long argument. "
r We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB :I "The captain of the launch, a Cu- "The Speedway of Despair,

ban, and a Spaniard and one other
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming :
I stood out for letting us go. 'We didn't'come An extremely interesting Selig drama.

quantity desired. Price sure right. : to do any killing,' said the cap-
I tain.
t We carry constantly a full line of crate material of : "As board shot "
I they came on one "The Delayed Special
all kinds. : was fired, some one firing into the ,

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- :I deck legs were at Capt.burned Mitchell's a little by feet.the pow-His A Kalem drama full of intense excitement.

: der. We did not resist because we
riers, etc. Phones 181191.
I II had no chance to do so. We had only
I one the boat, a double bar-
on
I gun Good Music Usual.
as
3T. F. Dutton relled shot gun, and that was in the
{ cabin. They made us take what we

needed in provisions and water and ADULTS lOc.
SANFORD, FLORIDA CHILDREN 5c. : :
gasoline and some of our clothes and

515tf. get into a boat. Many of us left some HIM'' HUM ** HIMMMMttlMtlMIIMIiMMllHMItHIMMtHit''MMIIMIIIMIIII '
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of our clothes in the hurry, for we iMtMIIMi 1(1111..1. IMlliMi
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kill us. We got into the boat and
UMiniMtlllMMIHIiHHMMIMHIIIII. started north for Cape Romano. Be. the drawing room mantel the large 2. Welcome Song-School. KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOQL II
a fore we were three miles away from class banner of that year was sus- 3. Address of Welcome-Miss DAYS FOR ALL TIMEs

the Edna Louise they had set fire to pended, and the class colors, nile Mary Floyd.
ATTENTION her and as it grew dark we could see green and white, were used in the 4. Postmen Drill-School boys.
i the masts as they burned and finally delicious cream and cake course. 5. Recitation, "The Spider and the

fell in the water. It was about noon, Miss Elizabeth Branham and Miss Fly"-Little Rose Kanner.

or a little later and pretty near 4 !Eliza Wright graciously responded to 6. Play, "The Ghost in the Boarding -
Stock Reducing Sale o'clock when they drove us off the the requests of the hostess and guests School." This is a very interest-

boat. We saw them fire the craft and sang several songs, Miss Bran- ing little play. A boarding school is
after we left. ham's numbers being "The Night Hasa expecting a new pupils who is deli-

Continued 30 Days The craft was owned by N. G. Ar- Thousand Eyes and "For You," cate and afraid of ghosts. The pupils -

fars, of Tarpon Springs. She was of and Miss Wright's"Peg o' My Heart" plan to scare her, but she over-
C (forty tons burden and valued at Miss Branch was charmingly aided hears the plot, presumably dies, and
returns ghost, scaring all the pupils.
about $6,000. a
USSESIAffiLTOfl&DIJMAgents by her mother, Mrs. W. S. Branch,
The local United States authoritieshave and by Miss Wright.The Cast-Miss Mabel Lundgren, princi-
taken the two cases in hand andwill guests were Misses MadelieneHill pal of boarding school; Miss Mary
them. Barksdale, new pupil; Miss Clara
for investigate Marian Stouder
Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Lois Overstreet, ,
Boss, Miss Dorothy Lane, Miss Margaret -
Nancie Browne, Dorothy Cooper, Zel-
MISS ROBERTA BRANCH GIVES Lancaster, other pupils; chorusof
ma and Laura Lewter, Susie Magruder -
Patterns
PRETTY PARTY girls. Your graduation portraits and those"of
i ,Alta and Eliza Wright, Mary and
7. Solo-Mr. J. C. Lawton. your classmates-precious to you \
Elizabeth Branham Eloise Robinson,
r ..IIIII.I..IIII..II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII.. Miss Roberta Branch was hostess Mrs. Joe Cheney and Mrs. Ralph 8. Recitation, "Apples for a Pen- now-will be priceless in the years to

for a pretty party yesterday, givenin ny"-Rose Kanner.
Yearby. come.We
compliment to Miss Madeliene Hill, 9. Scarf Drill-Little girls. are exhibiting new and attractive -
"THE STAR OF INDIA" for possession; American gets it; of Narcoossee, and Miss Lois Over- I 10. Solo-Mr. Walter Drennen. styles of school pictures that will
race across Atlantic followed by Hin- CLOSING EXERCISES OF ST.JOSEPH'S .
The above is the name of a moving du; Hindu conspires to get it; joins street, of Eustis, alumnae of the Ca- 11. "The Goddess of Liberty"Children -I make most apropriate class gifts, and
picture feature film which will be gang of crooks; complications developing thedral school who have been in at- ACADEMY and chorus. which are priced consistently.We .
shown at the Lucerne, this afternoonand I thrilling scenes of mystery and. tendance at the commencement exer- 12. Awarding of diplomas. would be pleased to have you
evening, complete in four reels, intrigue
ensue. exercises of the St. Jo Admission will be 35 cents and 25
The studio.
and full of thrills from beginning to This is a film that should be seen cises. "Five hundred" was played closing make a visit to our
end. The story in phrases is as follows by every one. It will be sure to interest and the prize was captured by Miss seph's academy will be held Friday cents for reserved seats, and 25 cents EVANS,
': A great traditionally unlucky you and hold you from start to Alta Wright The honor guests were evening at eight o'clock at the Lu- for general admission. Seats on sale
diamond is stolen; thief, English en- finish. given dainty gifts. cerne theater. The following program at DeLaney Drug Co. Orlando's Artistic Photographer, No.
gineer, escapes through tunnel he has 100 N. Main St., one block north of
rendered
Miss Branch will be :
of C.
dug for the purpose; snake poisons was a graduate
thief; dies; American fights Hindu Try the Sentinel Job Department. S. G. in the class of '09, and from 1. Grand March-School. Job printing at the Sentinel court house. Phone 125.
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