<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The morning sentinel
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00050
 Material Information
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 29, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00050
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

Full Text
: ..A"y r.. r rvi ,., ... ,.. -- '

.

fy


::

\ t





t z :: THE MORNING SENTINEL :



THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS .
'
' t4 The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State. t



i VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. NUMBER 93.

--- ---


;, CARRANZA A REFUSES[ 10 1 TAKE PART 1 NEGRO[ O fOR POLICE KilliNG[ OFFICER[MAN R ONTRIAL STONE[ R RUBBED IT 1 INTO MANDAMUS UP U TODAY NEARING AT SANfORD 1 TO COME[II NfW A [N MYSTERY



MOm WHEN[N QUOTING MAY N NEVER[ BE[ FULLY

IN CONFERENCE[ f AI NiAGARA A f FALLS Isham Jones Arraigned in Criminal Hearing on Alternative Writ Will Be

'\4!'< Court for Fatal Shooting of fI R[ ON TARiff Argued Before Judge Perkinsin BROUGHT T 10 LIGHT T !

Alf Dangerfield Chambers
1; -

a. REBEL CHIEF EXPECTS TO [lARG[ CROWD WITNESSED[ [ THE[ Isham Jones, the negro police officer "GUM SHOE BILL" WOULD The hearing on the alternative writ BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS NOW (

FORCE RECOGNITION OF O OPENING GAME[ Of SEASON of Eatonville, the negro municipality NOT LET UTAH MAN of mandamus issued by Judge Perkins WANTED BY COMMISSION

OWN GOVERNMENT between Orlando and Maitland, to Dr. J. F. McKinnon, orderinghim (
GET AWAY WITH WERE DESTROYED BY
was placed on trial in criminal court to sign the salary warrants of

nft Loughman Defeated Orlando Outfit yesterday for shooting Alfred Dan- HIS SHOWING the grammar school teachers of the GUILTY OFFICIALS

Will POSITNB.Y RECOGNU[ NO OTHER But it Was a Good Game gerfield to death two weeks ago. Orlando school will come up today at
The occasion of the shooting was a Sanford.

All the Same Saturday night frolic and half the DEMOCRATIC[ TARIFF WORKING Wrrl[ Tuesday was the day made return- 1NORNE'S[ f fU URNACE[ DEVOURED[ THEM

THIS IS SAID TO BE LAST WORD I population of the village was calledto able for the writ, but the attorneys
Perfect weather and a large crowd Jones is about
testify. twentytwo secured
z FROM REBEL HEADQUARTERS a postponement by agree-
h IN REGARD TO THE MEDIATION greeted the first ball game of the sea- and self defense is his plea. FIRST TEN MONTHS OF OPERATION ment, and the matter will be heard SOME REASONS WilY THE INQUIRY -

son at the fair grounds yesterday The testimony was all in when SHOW THAT TRADE today in chambers. BY SOLICITOR FOLK

: NOW IN PROGRESS AT afternoon, and though the Loughmanteam court adjourned last night, and the BALANCE IS MUCH BET- There is no telling what the out- AND ASSISTANTS WILL
; NIAGARA FALLS walked with the locals in
away argument will begin today. AttorneyCarl
I TER THAN UNDER come will be, but the likelihood is BE FOLLOWED TO
F the last innings the game was a good B. Robinson is representing the
ALDIRCH LAW that there will be considerable delay, VAIN
one up to the seventh, with nothing' defendant, and Solicitor Wilber L Til- PURPOSE
Washington, May 28.-Special.-( )
; for an appeal will probably be taken.
Undeniably authoritative information doing except enough to show that the ; den appears for the state. In the meantime the school teachersare I I I -
visitors had it somewhat on the home Washington, May 28.-Armed witha
concerning the progress of the mediators without their salaries for Washington, May 28.-Books, con-
team as to training and team work. i letter from Secretary Redfield of money, tracts, cancelled checks due bills and
Falls and concerning ,
also at the Niagara attitude of Carranza establishes All in all the Orlando boys madea WilSON U URGES[S B BUSINESS[ T TO D the department of commerce, Senator paid.the past two months remaining un- memoranda of importance sought by

fine showing for the first game, and Stone today replied to Senator the Interstate Commerce Commissionto
y the fact that the United States
! 1 is far tonight from a peaceful settlement with little practice to go upon, and VIEW[ THAT NE H[ IS RIGHT Smoot's speech of a week ago, criti- shed light on the New Haven scan-

tors have of Mexico's not yet affairs.done The more media-than the the result.rooters were not discouraged at I cising showing the a Underwood balance of tariff trade bill againstthe for PEACE f POLICY Y URGED[ BY Y BRYAN reasons dal have: not been found for these

touch the of the Loughman purloined eight hits Says That He Believes His Course United States, according to fig-
merely on subject 10 PROMOTE T[ TRADE T Oakleigh Thorne's private account
resignation or effacment of Huerta, from the locals but the home team Will Be Proved Correct ures for the month of April. The secretary books, with stubs and cancelled

which is the crucial point in the mediation got half as many from the visitors. in the Long Run said that the business of one checks, showing what became of $1-
month could not be made the basis of
s proceedings; no mediation protocol Four errors were charged against the Says President's Speech at Mobile 032,127.07 of the $11,153,000 New
a# has been received at the White home lads while Loughman showed a judging a tariff law and SenatorSmoot's Haven money paid out of "AccountNo.
Washington, May 28.PresidentWilson Opened Door of Weaker
i House or"state department and none clear sheet. The score of runs was statements therefore were 2" by J. P. Morgan & Co., were
through a statement issuedat Nations to Capital
. amusing.
will be decided on until there is an 6to0. burned by Mr. Thorne in the furnaceof

-i agreement between all parties represented And that looks like a pretty bad the the White business House world today that, again the ad-assured "The figures I used came from the his Madison avenue residence. No

as essentials; no agreementhas beat, but as a matter of fact it department of commerce," interrupted Washington, May 28.Assurancesby witnesses.The .
I j I ministration would proceed "moder-
been reached regarding the with- wasn't. Jim Wyndham started in to Senator Smoot. Secretaries Bryan and Redfield to books of the Billard
ately and soberly" in its program of mysterious
' drawal of the United States from pitch for the locals and went through business reform legislation. The "Oh, sit down," responded Senator the National Foreign Trade conven- company, which had dealings with the
Vera Cruz. until the seventh, when Frank Smith Stone. "I know this hurts, but I am tion in session here, that the admin- New Haven totaling ,
statement was occasioned by the visit $31,000,000 were
relieved him. Both did excellent going to rub it in. istration earnestly desires to increase
This is the condition of the negotiations i of a 'delegation of Illinois businessmen sent to Canada a few weeks before
between the United States work but Smith was a little wild to i American foreign commerce and to
4 who asked the president that all "Now as a matter of fact, in the the commerce commission tried to
and the constitutionalists: Carranza begin with, which wasn't a thing to legislation affecting business first ten months of the Payne-Ald- widen the field of American enter- find them.
be surprised at, in view of the cir except prise through co-operation with the
notified the state department through rich-Smoot bill 1910
ending April,
the trade commission, be withheld The books of John L. Billard, headof
his here that he will send cumstances. Then the visitors beganto business men of the country were
not
t' agent until a trade commission could look the balance of trade in our favor was the same concern, showing his per-
,t delegates_ to, Niagara Falls. One of slam out the hits. Billie Beardall thoroughly into the business situa- $300,000,000 less than in the ten being discussed with keen interest today sonal transactions (which were quiteas
his who is did the receiving for the locals. Pop by delegates to the convention.As .
principal representatives, tion. months of the present law. And in extensive as those of his com-
Wallace did the pitching for the vis- prime essentials in this movement,
in direct communication with Car one month of the' first ten under the
burned that
pany), were by gentleman -
"The president said in reply to the
ranza, said today that Carranza will itors, and played in his usual imperturbable Smoot law the imports exceeded the Secretary of State Bryan, Senator in the furnace of his office at
Illinois delegation the statement
,
says Burton of Ohio, and other prominent
and natured form.It .
not yield on this point. Carranza'srefusal good
"that in his judgment nothingwas exports by nearly $19,000,000, almost Meriden, Conn. No witnesses.The .
to participate can mean noth- was gratifying that such a good twice the difference in the month of speakers advocated a spirit of peace
more dangerous for business than books of the Rhode Island Se-
ing else than that he will refuse to crowd attended the game. The grand April over which the senator from and good will toward all foreign nations -
uncertainty; that it had become evi and a policy of honest business curities company, showing the stockholders -
recognize any provisional governmenton stand was well filled and the automo- Utah spoke so tearfully and vocifer-
dent through a long series of yearsthat dealings.The in trolleys of that state,which
which the mediators may agree biles filled the parking spaces two- ously."
} a policy such as the administration's were unloaded on the New Haven for
announced
and he intends, to make the United thirds of the way around the field. It c"I the
party was now pursuing was absolutely defy secretary and senatorto $20,000,000-$12,000,000 more than
policy of heartily supporting the
States deal directly with him and his may be safely predicted that the "get
necessary to satisfy the conscience prove I made a single incorrect together" movement for the further their value-were burned by E. C.
cabinet as soon as he enters Mexico crowd next Thursday afternoon when "
of the country and its percep- statement, was Senator Smoot's re- expansion of American commerce in Sweetland, president of the Providence
City. Orlando and Sanford face each other
tion of the prevailing conditions of ply. foreign fields was highly gratifyingto Banking company, which had
will be much larger. The old time
r- business; and that it was a great deal "Are the figures for May any bet the delegates. them in charge. No witnesses.Six .
rivalry will probably be in evidence,
CARRANZA AN IMPORTANT and next Thursday will be the first better to do the thing moderately and ; ter than for April? I have today's Secretaries Bryan and Redfield not witnesses, including "Diamond

FACTOR of the summer's half holidays, allow- soberly now, than to wait until more i treasury statement and they are not." only gave assurances that President Jim" Brady of New York and Stevenson -

c ing the clerks and merchants to at- radical forces had accumulated and i it Senator Simmons, joint author of Wilson was desirous of aiding in the Taylor, president of the QuintardIron

Carranza is tonight the most important tend who were not able to get away was necessary to go much further. the present tariff act, declared the development of the country's com- Works, testified that they never
factor in the Mexican situa yesterday. "The president also said that while increase in imports was due to greater merce abroad and at home but that kept any books or cancelled checksto

tion. Conflicting advices have been he was aware of the present depression importation of food products. For the departments over which they pre- show how they spent hundreds of

received here as to what Carranza's of business, there was abundant ten years, he said, the food importations side-the departments of state and thousands of dollars.
it evidence that it was merely psycho had been on the increase. The commerce-would lend legiti i
future attitude will be with respectto MUCH H CORN IS I GROWING 0 ON every
the agreements that have reached logical, that there is no material con decrease in exports was due to the mate assistance to the movement. CALL A HALT IN TRIAL OF

' here between the Wilson and Huerta ORANGE[ COUNTY fARMS ditions or substantial reason why the falling off of the exports of raw ma After telling the delegates of Pres- NAVAL STORES OFFICIALS

i delegates. Advices indicate that Car- business of the country should not bin e terials, such as cotton. ident Wilson's desires "for those poli-

'ranza has been told in no uncertain the prosperous and expanding con -- cies which will promote our industryat

terms that he will be ignored in the No Statistics Gathered But Seems dition. He urged upon his visitors BULL MOOSERS WILL ENDORSE home as well as abroad," Secretary Savannah, Ga., May 28.-The government -

future unless he sends envoys to That More Grain Than Usual the necessity of patriotic co-opera REGULARS Bryan reviewed in great detail the halted the trial of the four

I Niagara to ratify the tentative proto- Is in Evidence tion on the part of the business men principal steps that had been taken officials of the suspended American

col that is now being drafted. It is of the country in order to support Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 28.-Spe-( by the administration, which in his Naval Stores company this morningto

the opinion of those close to the me- rather than to oppose the moderate cial.-In the most important polit- opinion "tend directly and necessarilyto await the arrival of three very important

diators that Secretary Bryan has already While no statistics have been Bath processes of reform, and to help guide ical conference which Roosevelt has promote commerce." Among other witnesses. The announce-

informed Carranza that he ered to prove it there appears to be a them by their own intimate knowl participated in since his return it was things the secretary referred to the ment is made that the governmentwill

must agree to an armistice before he greater quantity of corn growing on edge of business conditions and pro decided tonight at Sagamore Hill that tariff, the currency act and adoptionof close its case after the witnessesgo

will be received in conference. Should Orange county farms this year than cesses. rather than face almost certain defeat a peace policy.In on the stand. N. S. Graves, of

Carranza agree it is known that the usual. "He told his visitors that it was his in the coming state gubernatorial this connection he referred to Philadelphia, and Charles Lilly, of

Mexicans will offer no opposition to Mr. Charles H. Baker, the agricul earnest desire to serve and not to election the Progressives would President Wilson's speech at Mobile, I California, are two of the witnesses.

the constitutionalists sending del e- tural adviser for the county, has observed hinder or injure the business of the endorse any Republican candidates Ala., last fall to the effect that the George M. Boardman, of New York,

dates. this to be the case on his fre country in any way and that he be whose political characters and ideals United States would never take an- a former defendant who will be puton

Following the receipt 0.1. a message quent visitsto various points in the lieved that upon reflection they wouldsee were acceptable to the Bull Moose other foot of land by conquest,saying the stand as a government wit-

from Secretary Bryan by the American county. Especially does this appearto that the course he was urgingwould party standards. The same course that it had done more to encourage ness, is believed to be the other, although -

delegates a joint conference, be true of the section below Or- in the long run not only, but will probably be decided in different American commerce than any speech counsel for the prosecutionwould

which was expected to be held tonight lando on the Pine Castle road, all the in the short run also, be the wise and states this fall.ALABAMA ever delivered before. By that speech, not confirm this. The court

was postponed for further de way to the Osceola county line. serviceable course." he said, the president opened the took a recess after three witnesseshad

velopments. It is said to depend This is an evidence which may be COAL TO BE GIVEN doors of all the weaker nations to been put on the stand and certi

largely upon Carranza's final answerto taken as altogether good. Orange BASEBALL RESULTS TEST IN NAVY BOILERS the invasion of American capital and fied copies of the articles of incor-

Bryan's demand that he agree to county at one time grew great quantities Pensacola, Fla., May 28.-Accord enterprise. poration of the American and the National -

I an armistice. Huerta will name his of corn, but the corn growingfell National Leagued ing to information received here yesterday Transportation and Terminal

I own successor when he retires from into disuse for some reason an Pittsburg 0, Philadelphia 2. the naval collier Brutus, now REVENUE CUTTER ORDERED TO 'company had been offered in evidence.

the presidency. little has been grown during the past Chicago 4, St. Louis 3. Sixteen at New Orleans, will come to Pensa KEY WEST TO RESTORE PEACE The defense may rest Saturday after-
few years. innings. cola this week and load about four or noon. If the case extends over to next

r FIFTY OVERCOME BY S110KEFRO Mr. Baker is gratified to see a revival American League five thousand tons of Alabama coal, Tampa, Fla., May 28.-According J'week it will be for the purpose of
j New York to be tried out on the naval vesselsnow to advices received by Federal 'arguments.
I STATION BLAZE 6, Chicago 1.
of corn growing. For one rea ... ':
on duty in Mexican waters. trict Attorney Herbert S. Dis-I'
1 V son it encourages the organization of Boston 2, Cleveland 5.
Detroit, Mich., May 28.-More than corn clubs among the boys, and he is Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 0. Definite information as to time of from Washington, the United States I''TRAFFIC ORDINANCE TOBE
f fifty firemen were overcome by smoke particularly desirous of getting thiswork Washington 5, Detroit 8. arrival has not been received, but the revenue cutter Yamacraw has been PASSED UPON TODAY
indications are that the big craft will ordered from Savannah to Key Westto I
, and ten partly, conscious foreignerswere started in the county. It is interesting Federal League
j dragged to safety from the to note also that the corn Buffalo 7, Brooklyn 2. be here the latter part of the week, restore peace between the Greek This, is the day set by the city
which Baltimore as the coal is already arriving here sponge fishers between the latter city 'council to repeal the traffic ordinance
flames swept the basement of for the most part is doing well, the 2, Pittsburg 5. I'
the union station here last night and recent rains having come most Southern League from the Birmingham district. It and Tarpon Springs. Bad blood which unless protest sufficient is filed to

i early today. The fire was one of the for that planted on the opportunely higherlands. Memphis 8, New Orleans 4. was stated that the first shipmentfrom has been brewing between certain di- j'::make it appear that the citizens desire -

a most stubborn in the history of Detroit I Montgomery 12, Chattanooga 2. this point (many are expectedto visions of the spongers on the lower ,11, the ordinance to continue in

Its cause had not been deter Nashville 5, Mobile 3. follow) will be about four thou- west Florida coast for some time has "force. The city council meets at 2
mined but it in 6 sand tons, this to be supplied directto resulted seriously during the past 'o'clock.
started a room in the Miss Olga Rock underwent an operation Birmingham Atlanta 4. t
basement where records naval vessels, and constituting the several weeks. Several boats have t
were kept at McEwan's sanitarium
The loss is estimated at $30,000. The terday morning. Her friends will yes be first official test of the Alabama fuelon been destroyed and several of the THE WEATHER
Curtis &
O'Neal will insure your the vessels of the fishermen are reported to have met
firemen confined the navy. 1
flames the
\ to glad to know that she is resting as
basement. well as could be expected. property, sell you a grove, loan you About fifty cars of the coal arrived their death in the fighting said to Florida: Generally fair Friday and I
money, or rent you a house. here during yesterday. have taken place. Saturday. ;

..1x

1,



. I,
ti _
Jp
:: -
..... lla" Jlllllllllllllllilll.t'IIIIII 11111'IIIIIIIOIIIIIIGlle II'I.e"O.I'I'
111111111111111111.11..1.1111111111111111111111111..1..II' I I.I.II>tttQ .OI.OI..II.IIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111111'IIOICII'IIIIII IIIIIII'II 4"II't
; # a4Pff IIIIII


One, Continuous Eound;.


-OF-----------

Ia

.
,
.,
r L :

': Ak Ai


..
i
i AA


I ;

Y
1IIIIIIf'IIIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIII..II..I.,111111111111111111 111"llllliIIIIIIIIC IIIII'GittIIIOCIIII W" 1 QIIOI'I'IIIIIIGIIDllole... A
.
; EVERY HOUR IN THE DAY SATURDAY, FROM O'CLOCK TO 6 O'CLOCK EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE SOMETHING EXTRA GOOD, FOR ONE HOUR.
1
WE ARE DETERMINED THAT EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD SHALL KNOW THE BIG STORE IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS.DRY .

i'' GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, SHOES, NOTIONS, AND GROCERIES ON FIRST FLOOR. LADIES' READY-TO-' EAR, CORSETS AND MILLINERY .

: : ON THE SECOND FLOOR. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT ON THE THIRD FLOOR-ALL ARE CONTRIBUTING TO THIS CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS. +

.
EACH DEPARTMENT IS TAKING ITS LOSS ON THESE HOUR SPECIALS, AND FEELS LIKE IT IS WORTH IT, JUST TO HAVE YOU KNOW THE i i iI

I WEALTH OF STOCK, AND EXCELLENCE OF SELE CTION THIS IS THE BIG STORE OF ORLANDO AND IS HERE TO DO BUSINESS, AND KNOW WE CAN- ; ;

; NOT HELP DOING IT BY THOSE WHO VALUE THE PURCHASING POWER OF A DOLLAR, AND CARE FOR THEIR OWN INTEREST.

SKEPTICS, CROAKERS AND KNOCKERS MIGHT JUST AS WELL COME TO THE FACT THAT ORLANDO HAS A BIG STORE, AND THAT IF IS RUN ON I II

I RIGHT LINES CAN SUPPORT IT. THIS IS OUR EARNEST DESIRE. TO FURTHER PROVE IT JUST READ THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS BELOW IN HOUR i i

SALES AND AFTER SUPPER SALE

1 V
"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII'IIIIIIIII'llllall'IIIDII1IIIellllll.IIIIIIII.II..I III.I.I..II.II.IIIIII.II.11=8111111I'IIIIIII=IIIIIIIIIIIII.lt .


x Extra Special I, all Day. Saturday to Values purchase Beautiful up to a$15.00 high Pattern Grade whIle Hats they Hat, an at last exceptional exceptional opportunity low price. $2. 8 9


HOUR SALES HOUR SALES HOUR SALES9

-
TO 10 A. M.
-12TO1P.1I. -3 TO 4 P.M.
in Short Lengths, 2 to 10 yards,
Chambray Gingham 36-Piece Dinner Set
Guaranteed
SHOE SPECIAL Red Cross, Pumps and Oxfords, quality. Regular
and extra good quality for lOc price $5.00. 1 Set to Customer for
worth $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 for

5 cents $1.98 $1.98


t
-10 TO 11 A. M. -4 TO 5 P. M.
Ladies' Vests, Regular lOc. quality. Limit 5 to customer -1 TO 2 P. M. SOMETHING FOR THE MEN. A beautiful line of
for CRASH TOWELING,a good heavy quality, 10 yards Wash Ties, worth 35c for

5 cents to a customer for 1.. 9 cents

39 cents ,
-11 to 12 A. M.

Lawns and Batists, a beautiful sheer fabric, in a -2 TO 3 P. M. -5 TO 6 P.M.
MIX TEA, Extra fine for Iced Tea, 60
splendid line of neat and pretty patterns. 15c and 19c SHEETS,a good quality,size 72x90. 50c kind Limit it 1 Ib. to customer quality Lim-
quality. Limit 10 yards 3 to customer

:: 9 cents 39 cents 25 cents



sA'TURS: AY :t'J"Ja-ET: : SPEOJ.A..LS: 7 to 10


Men's Furnishing Department Special Third Floor Specials

JAPANESE CHINA DECORATED TEA POTS CHEAP AT
MEN'S SHIRTS,WITH SOFT CUFFS, IN PLAIN AND FANCY fQ TO CUSTOMER ... .................. ... ..: $10 0. 1 49
........... C
WEAVES, $1.50 QUALITY ............... ... ............ ..........HOC
DESIGNSi.OO
TABOURErrYrES EARLY ENGLISH NEW VALUE
1 TO CUSTOMER .. ... ... .......... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .....QQ C

} Second Floor Special Dry Goods Special

THOMPSON'S TRUE FIT CORSETS, LOW BUSTS, LONG HIP, 4 LAWNS AND CORDED MADRAS IN NEAT DESIGNS. lOc
HOSE SUPPORTERS ON SIDE, 100 STYLES, 1 TO CUSTOMER ....... eQUALITY. 10 YARDS LIMIT TO CUSTOMER I ... ... ... ........... Be

Fancy Patua Head Rice, 18 lbs .................$1.00 Roasted Peabury Coffee, 35c Grade, per lb .........28c

Delivered only with other groceries. Roasted Santos Coffee, 30c Grade per Ib ...........25c

rocorp a pecii1 l 1 s 10 Bars Octagon Soap ... .......................39c You must see our Bargain table of Can Goods. All
Liby White California Asparagus Tips per can 25cWelches Broken lots are put on this table and sold at half value-
Grape Juice. 1 Pint Bottle ...........:::::25c A Great Bargain

r



Yowell DuckworthCompany



i


Orlando's aces toJe Quality Did II"It



: .... .
*.y. iiiintt !! II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!! JIIIMMMItMlliillllllill ., .... ..
; .MHHHMMMHMMmtlMllimiMMIIMI MMM i
.\it i llimMltlMttttMIMItlMIIMrmrmiiirMfMtlHI MtMHMMIHMMMMttmiltl .iMMMM '... .. iiiiiiiiiiieil



-
-s





.
IJbLLINS COLLEGE OAKLAND NEWS NOTES niff..ry M-, ,.-
to _____ BIG MORITY fOR SlATON IN i

On Saturday evening, at the presi- Oakland, Fla. May 26.-Mr. and 3k jJJl&
SENATE[ [ RACE[ FORECAST[ t rY\ YHr
dent's house, Dr. and Mrs. Blackman M rs. Vick entertained Mr. and Mrs. .

gave the annual commencement reception Vick and daughter, Mrs. Griffin, and 1

to the members of the senior children, of Orlando, Saturday even- I
Manager Expects Him to Carry Large '
'- class. The house and lawn were light- ing. They had a fish fry to enliven Number of the Countiesin When ever you are looking: for Fine St t-

ed with myriad Chinese lanterns, and the occasion.
Georgia tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and j
the event was favored yith delightful We are very glad little Eunice

weather. Dr. and Mrs. Blackman Hewitt is now able to be up after a Edison Talking Machines and Records All
Alfred C. Newell, chairman of the ,
1 received with the seniors, who are two weeks illness.

i Misses Kathleen Hill of Maitland, May baskets are still popular. One John M. Slaton senatorial, campaign kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews }
committee, is optimistic over the outlook -
Clella Avery of New Orleans, Pauline was carried to the home of Mr.Petris
: for the governor's triumphant harp to a Grand Piano Office 1
Ayres of Wilmington, 0., Florence Wednesday evening, and Mr. Query's Supplies and I
election to the senate, and says that r I
Betts of Winter Park, and Mr. HarryS. family were surprised Thursday even- the big 10,000 Slaton club proposednot the latest idea inpostal cards.
Klingler of Butler, Pa. Dean A. \
ing.Dr. only will be filled up soon, but ,-
D. Enyart and Mrs. H. B. Ferguson, De Busk and Miss Lulu left -
also is likely to far that
go beyond
dean of women, received in another Wednesday for their home .in Mid "You take the 1
number, says the Atlanta Georgian. W. S. BRANCH
room, and after passing through the way" Tenn. Miss Lulu has been with Mr. Newell figures the governors Hot Bath, I'll take the ,
receiving lines, the guests were us lor several weeks and it seemed a \
would carry 125 counties if the elec- Cold One"
turned free through the house and if she belonged to us. The young The Arcade Book and Music Store
tion should be held Monday and expects -
,
lawn Prof. Pop&- furnished much people will miss her greatly as she
conditions to continue satisfactory Very polite but sometimes in-
pleasure by playing on the college was a great favorite among- them.
until election day. convenient yet when there is
Victrola some of the newest records Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Brock
accompanied -
Speaking of the governor's race for only water enough in the tank t
which had just been presented to the them to Tavares.
the senate, Mr. Newell Saturday for one hot bath what can the
school by the girls' glee club. Mrs. Lulu Connell was calling on
t night said: rest of the family dot The \
The baccalaureate sermon was old friends one day last week.
is install
"We have heard this week from answer simple a
preached by President Blackman i in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and
more than one-half of the 3,500 members -
the Congregational church on Sunday children, of Orlando, came Saturdayo ; RUUDAutomatic
with which the John M. Slaton Lt
morning at eleven o'clock. The col stay a few days as guests of Mr.
campaign committee began. Virtually r-
lege officers and students gathered on J. C. Dlicha.'s and Mr. Chas. Klan i
every one of those heard from suggested k i Gas Water
the campus before Carnegie Hall, and
rice.The from 10 to 50 names of friends ?; i Heater
marched down to the church, the academic citrus convention at Eustis had
of Mr. Slaton in their counties and
costume of the faculty and a nice delegation from this vicinity Nobody waitsORLANDO -
communities for the nobody worries I
membership
on
t
graduating class making an impressive Among_ those whose names were given committee. During the first two days, '.., -unlimited-The the service Li Just arrived car load

showing. With Dr. Blackman on were Messrs. Petris, Willis A. nL! Ruud
Monday and Tuesday, we received never .. FORDS for immediate -
the rostrum were Rev. Dr. C. T. Speer, Briley, Sadler, McKinnonhas. more than 5,000 names. Altogether lags-never dis'appointsYou

Douglass, Rev. W. L. Barge, and DeanA. Tilden, Hurley and G. S. Hall] to date, in one week's time, we have ,w1 'it.simplyturnthe delivery. '
D. Enyart, who assisted in the ser faucet-the
They crowd
report a large a fine
received the names of more than 10,- *1 r I heater does the
vice. Special music was preparedfor barbecue and a good time. rest. '
000 of the
governor's friends. Get
the occasion by the choir, which Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tilden entertained ir Complete de yours now
"Starting with 3,500, the committee scriptivelitenr
rendered Dudley Buck's splendid anthem Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, lure on request
has grown already to more than F. G. RUSK
the Benedictus in E flat, and and Mr. and Mrs. John Michael for
5,500, not including those in Atlanta
Prof. Pope and Mrs. F. W. Shepherdalso dinner Monday. who have volunteered their services. WATERLIGHT & Phone 226

sang beautifully Bassford's arrangement Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roper and Mr.: These latter already aggregate morethan CO.
from Lachner of "My Bert Roper attended the lecture here : Gas Departments ,
In
1,000. one day, Friday, more
Faith Looks Up to Thee." Sunday evening.
than; 500 of the governor's supporter;
Dr. Blackman chose to speak on Mr. Steinback stopped on his wayen in Fulton advised me they woolty

the general subject of the light whichwas route from Arcadia to Kansas Ci serve on the committee. .

shed on modern economic and industrial with his son, Rev. Steinback, from "His race is in splendid shape and 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'lllltSUMMER

perplexities by the words and Saturday to Monday.A if the election were to occur tomorrow -

t gospel of Jesus. He pointed out t A letter from Mrs. Mather Smith he would carry more than 125 TIME IS

ideal of man as being of more worth gives us the good news that they hada counties."It .

t than the family, the church, the state, fine trip. Mrs. Hamilton Smith will be in better shape on election FLY TIME

or the institution of property, and was feeling fine and none the worse day."Instead. II III
Are
those windows
also of the ideal of Christ that all for her journey. screened ;
of getting 10,000 on our yet? Patented detach- i !
property was held simply in trust, Gray Michael is now learning the committee in month I'
a as originally able hangers used on all
and was not one's own. After an intensely business of banking under the efficient
intended, we expect to have that screens. No ladder need-
interesting presentation of instruction of our cashier, Mr. many before the end of next week.'" ed to take off or put on
his subject, he closed with an impressive Peasley.
when washing windows.
charge to the young peopleof The lecture given by the blind man, r- --- I

the graduating class, who were: Mr. McCook, was listened to with rolled. This was very encouragingto RJWALDRONContractor 4 -

about to launch out into the battle of great interest by a good audience. Mr. McCook as this was his maiden and Builder : r "

life, requesting them to carry always The subject was "Is the Young Man effort in organization. 410 West Street Y

with them these ideals of Jesus and Safe" and he proved conclusively that llammond&GoreFUNERAL

-of. Rollins college. under the present existing conditionshe Fire broke out in the rear of Di g- nmmtmttmiitMHFor .

j On Sunday afternoon at four is not, especially not with such an nan & O'Brien's grocery store i in

o'clock, the college choral class sang enemy as the liquor traffic. If the Jacksonville a few days ago, but little I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

Gounod's Messe Solennelle, more popularly nation does not rise up and wipe out damage was done. I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.tle" -, -- -- -

known as St. Cecilia's Mass, in the liquor business, it will eventually REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
the Congregational church. This is wipe out the nation. At the close of( Subscribe for the Sentinel.MIMIMHtmtllBlllteM. Sale

one of the most beautiful and uplifting the meeting a W. C. T. U. was organized COMPARE

of all sacred musical compositions with eighteen members en- ----

and was adequately rendered

by the large chorus and the soloists. the time of its founding, and the student For Sale Modern 8-room : OUR FURNITURE

Mrs. C. R. Switzer and Miss Eva C. body has been of ,
unusually high \ House 2 doors : 1 1 We provide the quality of furniture that has long
McQuaters the solos, and of
sang soprano average pacific disposition been
accepted by knowing furniture the
buyers as
Prof. Pope the tenor, and Walter The year has been especially notable I have the following i \ west of Wyoming -: standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It a
rennen of Orlando the bass. Mrs. for the active work of the two Christian properties which I offer
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
azel Coffin Lenfest accompanied on associations, both of which have at ATTRACTIVE PRICES i : Hotel. Bar- : this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones t

he organ, and Mrs. Berkeley Black- done strong service, and give promise prior to going north: gain.A. of this business, and that means much to any buyer.leNEILL .
an on the piano. The music was of further advance during the .
One California
rhaps the most ambitious number year to come. The recent decision by Bungalow

[the chorus has undertaken in many the athletic advisors of the school to ; one two-story house & DAVIS BLOCK,

[years, and it reflects great credit on withdraw henceforth from participation (corner lot.) Intending L. Bentley
Cor. Ave. and Church St. Orlando
the of Prof. will do well Orange Ha.MMIMMIMMtMMMIMIM .
[ ability Pope and the in intercollegiate athletics is ex- buyers to get I

strength of the music department, pected to result in a more healthful in touch with me on 10 L AMELIA AVENUE4illllilMMiMtHMII J
..
that it could have been so satisfactorily spirit of sport within the college above properties, which .. -Le-r-. 5r--T A

given. sphere, and in a more general participation are both new and well I.IIIIIQleIIOliIIOIID..I.IIII

On Monday evening, the commence- in home athletics on the part located. .

ment recital of the school of expres- of the students. Other plans for the IIMIMtlMIMMIIHilMMMIItMMIIIIIHQlimiMOIimiMtCIIMMtltfrOrlando &, I 1

sion was given to a large audience in coming year contemplate stronger FRED B. DALE !

Knowles HalL The pupils of this work in various aspects of the college

popular department rendered their va- life, and it is believed that the 306 ANDERSON STREET Bank & Trust Co .

roius numbers in a thoroughly satis- next year will see a marked advanceeven

factory manner, and showed each over what has been accomplishedthus PHONE{ 376ORLANDO Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

some special talent and the resultsof far.
OBIMItMilimiMMIMI
painstaking and able training on

the part of Miss Deaderick directorof RESOURCESReal
.... .. ., .. .. .. '
the school Of Estate Furniture and Fixtures
.
even more importance . .$ 26,437.37 ,

than the actual standard of the .. Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
..
recital was the immense improvementwhich Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

was manifest in the work of ... Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

the various performers over their last Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02

appearance. The real criterion of.. !
successful work is shown in such improvement $904,906.09

and it was indeed marked. LIABILITIES

,The recital was an added triumph for .
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

each of the pupils who took part, and : Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

for The Miss following Deaderict was the as their program teacher.ren Water & Light Co. j Bills payable . . . . . . . None


Faith Deposits . . . . . . . 778,793.72
The Invisible,

Retrospection ---__--__________ Sill Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 '
Grace Margaret Tilden

Rev. Thistledown's Sermon ___Anon ElectricityGas
Clella Millicent Avery $904,906.09

Billy Brad and the Big Lie.___Butler

Servant Eleanor in May the House MoremenThe Act III.Kennedy. Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

-------------- Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
Elsie Isabelle Broward-

Nancy's Psychological Experiment Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
_________
------------------ Hoyt
Hedwig Dorothy Koegel Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

The Light Maud That Marguerite Failed __Enlow____Kipling Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72


As the year draws to a close, and Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34Increase
the exercises of the final week emphasize -

the fact that the school work of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
No.
Telephone 6
will soon be completed, it seems to The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

be the general idea that it has been ,I.- Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

one of the best years in the history of '. friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
the institution, in many respects the sible.

best. The teaching force has been up I

to the,high standard which has been ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

characteristic of the institution from Y
MMMMM .



N


-
I
THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy that the presidential term of office ROAD FUND SUBSCRIBERS ARE i illMtlllltMllltiHIttllMHMMIUIMtHHW
should be extended to six years and ASKED TO PAY UP +IIIMMIItlMlttMMIIItlMMMimilMMMHI <
South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) that he should forever be ineligible

} MORNING AND WEEKLY We have no doubt that the Times- for re-election. Under the present Those who subscribed to the Orlan- I III We Are Goin toLEBRM 111
t JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Oeraer.t Union has doubt about "The River of I plan the first two years are spent in do-Indian River road fund are requested -
Doubt." I learning the ropes and the last two to pay their subscriptions to
d Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida tIt are largely used in laying plans for Mr. Charles Lord without delay. It
u Second Class Mail Matter.
i would add to the crowd at the getting elected for the second term. is desired to turn this money over at

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ball games if the managers would The above reasons, given by Mr. once so that the work may go on
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00
DaU,. 6 Months ....................... 2.50 arrange a speed contest to take place Clark for the change in the law, are without hindrance. The road is in
Daily 3 Months ...................... L25 just before or just after the game. sensible and reasonable and have course of construction and will be
Dally, 1 Month ....................... .50WeeVly. i
Ed. Beeman's new racer and Charles been suggested by political econo- completed in a few weeks provided

1 Year ....................... LOO Hilpert's motorcycle would make a mists for years. Equally sane is the ; the money is promptly paid.J. .
Weekly. 6 Months ...................... .?S contest worth going to see. idea of changing the time of inauguration -: H. REESE, Chairman. ;

TO ADVERTISERS: a from March 4th to a later i I

Father Fox must be very kind to date when the weather is warmer and NOTICE
Copy for display and all .:her haad-set
more settled. But such
the We of them a change j
tdTtrtbinz mart be handed in at the buuneiiffto squirrels. saw eight
of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m.UM playing together on his lawn yesterday would mean that one of the presidents I t: The annual meeting of the stock-
U changei day fefor for.publication.contract advertising Thit rule applies it iilaruiaUe morning. By the way, when that would have to lose a month from his holders of Orange County Fair As-

and wilt be strictly adhered to. many squirrels get together, what term of office and the retiring presi- :' sociation will be held at the San Juan ----

Subscriben desiring The Sentxiel! discontinued should it be called-a drove, flock, dent would have a month tacked on to I Ii hotel, at 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 2nd.,
should notify the office in writing on covey swarm, brood, or bevy his term, and for this reason congress 1914.
the data of expiration, otherwise it will be refuses to make the change. When W. R. O'NEAL, Secretary.__ The last
continued at the regular subscription rates, I I !
lint! notke to atop ia received. the women begin to get elected to
Statistics show that only 19.5 percent R
they will vote for the
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. of the women in this countryover congress change TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
because they can wear the spring full Week
_._ _. new !
-- -- 21 years of age are unmarried. hats instead of furs. WANTED-Young man to take tick- .
Get your credentials ready for quick There are no figures available as to ets and usher. Apply Grand theater
what proportion of the other 80.5 percent box office. 5293tFirst
fingering in case some impertinent I which
did not TO THE VOTERS OF ORANGE
are sorry they marry
person challenges your vote.
class Brazing specialty atWarman's
the "other fellow," instead of the one COUNTY: a
0 Repair Shop o : Court St
After traveling all the way from they are hooked up with. I 12-5-tf. I we shall f''j\
I am informed that some party or
Colorado to see young Rockefeller, ( :
Judge Ben Lindsey the searchup A daily paper headline announces parties have reported that if I am Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentMlltlllliltltilHHIIIM 'r1
gave r -
in disgust The young sprout has "Presbyterians Favor Broadening elected to the legislature that I will j I i have for a III

learned some of the old dog's tricks. Religion." We believe that is what be influenced by outside parties in

o the great Presbyterian church stands making legislation to suit them.I .

John N. C. Stockton served noticeon for as a whole, but we do not think take the liberty of stating that I T. F. HOURIIIAN few
the Arcadians that if he wasn't they are working along that line have entered this race without mak- O \

elected this time he'd keep on run- when they talk about not allowingthe ing any promises or entangling alliances Licensed Plumber and I months by /.f
ning until he landed. His record ladies of the Missionary society to with any individual or set of Sanitary Engineer

shows that John means just what he spend their funds except under orders individuals. If elected I shall repre- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
from the men's committee on system- sent the whole people.S. Promptly Attended to. .
says. i putting on
0. atic beneficence. Paul's advice was, S. GRIFFIN. PHONE 629

The little town of Manatee has that the women of Corinth should 106 Court Street
voted a hundred thousand dollar bond "keep silence in the churches," but Buy your garden seed from DeLa- sale some
ney & Abeinethy. Just received a I ..
i even he did not proclaim that the ORLANDO FLORIDA
issue for water works, sewers and sea big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf ,
wall. This should be Corinthian women should not spend
an inspirationand 4-rl-Im '
example to older and larger their mission collections as they Job printing at the Sentinel. IHtillMMHMIItmiMMSFECI.A.X remarkable k\i-\
towns. thought best
o I values \
k\\ \
After St. Augustine had a destructive There will be sincere sorrow around \ ,

fire no time was lost in purchasing Mulberry Bend and similar sections in e .
\
} an automobile fire apparatus. New York city when the news goes out : in this \\ \
Will Orlando require such an argu- that Jacob A. Riis is dead. About the \\

e ment to force the purchase of an auto worst thing the most narrow minded
truck? can say about Jacob Riis is that "He I. season's \\ \

o was a friend of Caesar's" (Roosevelt).

The Pensacola city commissionersare But inasmuch as this friendship man 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and stylish \\\ '

being roasted. Such is a favorite ifested. itself in good works rather Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford :
pastime for those cities that are try- than in political matters, it can not
Shock Absorbers. Run miles' & I
ing out commission government. It militate against his good name. Like 3,600 Dress jt:1\: : .
is a trying time for the commission- Gen. Booth of the Salvation Army, '

i, ers. They should be given all possibleaid Jacob Riis got down to the level of j 8 Fabrics '
and support and a fair trial given the degraded and outcast and after .
the to realization of their need e
new order. coming a
1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine con )
o he decided to give his life and best $ O
dition-full .
This has been a week of commence efforts to bettering the conditions of equipment JI $

z ment doings in Orlando and the pupils New York's "lower five," which class q e
haven released for the sum- is so shamefully neglected by the so- Wf "HAVE 800 YARDS Of e

: mer. Some day we will have school called "upper ten." His name will I e

running all the year round, and the live in history long after the Vander- FANCY CREPES RICE .
CLOTHS, PANAMAS ;
kiddies will then be sighing for the bilts and Goulds and Morgans are San Juan Co. ,
good old days when they loafed a forgotten. Garage RAMIE: LINENS, STRIPED MADRAS, RA ;

third of the time. : TINES, POPLINS, PLAIN AND FANCY

o We shall not write a letter to Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24 VOILES, ETC., ETC. OUR REGULAR VALUES '

We read it in the news dispatchesthat Champ Clark and tell him so, but we HERE 25c to 65c PER YARD TODAY, FRIDAY i
a man has actually been killed ina are heartily in accord with his idea FOR, PER YARD
duel. Anibal Mesa, a rich young el
Cuban, killed Rudolph Warren earlyin
April, and has been sentenced to HMMMMMMMMMMHMMIMMMMMCMMH MMIMMMMMM 4 .

spend a year and eight months in la Suggestions for Graduation GiftsThere I 12c. I

solitary confinement on the Isle of

Pines. The Cuban received the min Is nothing more appropriate than a Kodak, or a Waterman's Fountain Pen.
imum penalty. \ \ The prices are in the range of everybody being $1.00 to $10.00. They can be sent by NO LENGTH RESTRICTIONS.
o Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect '
County division is the issue- in De-
Soto county, and the issue is squarely McELROY'S PHARMACY ESTABLISHED, I 36 INCH I

drawn between the legislative candi-

dates, one favoring it and the other IIIIIIIMIimilMIMItlillMMMIIIMMMMIiMMMilltlMMiMHMMIItliMlli IMPORTED SWISS CHIFFON TAFFETA
being opposed. An attempt was made I
; to make division
county an issue in tlllllllllllllllllll..I.I..I.I..I"II'II.,1",1. .
Orange, but all the candidates are Qnualities we hay every confidence in believing will

squarely against it Orange has been wear as good-most likely better-than any "GUARAN
generous enongh in this respect, and "
TEED.
may well be termed the "Mother of
1
Counties." Any attempt to take more Beautifully, Soft, with the New Rich, Glossy "Oil" fin-
of her territory will be stubbornly re- -
sisted. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES ish, so much in demand.In .

o Commencement Day-an important event in the
Some one has advanced the opinion a full range of new colorings, including Rose
lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
that the letter "e" is the most unfor- appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the Ashes, Moonlight Blue; French Navy, Marine, Burgandy,
tunate letter in the
English alphabet, occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Tabac, Chartreuse, also Black and white.
because
it is
always out of cash, for-
Jewelry?
ever in debt, never out of danger and 36 inch (one yard) wide. Our Regular Values
in hell all the time. For
he overlooked the fortunates some reason of the, DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe ; ;J $1.75 and $2.00. Today, Friday.

letter, as we call his attention to the' direct the attention of relatives and friends to

fact that "e" is never in war and always the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

in peace. It is the beginningof store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- $1.49

existence, the commencement of est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- '
ease and the end of trouble. Withoutit mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
there would be no meat, no life and assortment.A .
and no heaven. It is the center of visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

honesty, makes love perfect and with- obligation to buy.T..Evans.
out it there could be no editors, devilsnor

news.-Exchange.o Dickson-Ives Co1

The final round up is being made

by the candidates and they will retire .
to their respective precincts to
await the result of Tuesday's ballot-

ing. In spite of the apparent lack of

interest in the election there is a DfPARTMfNTAl STORE
strong under-current of definite opin

ion, and the election is being watched the JewelerOPPOSITE .
chiefly to see how the new primary
law is going to work. In this districtthe ,
congressional race is uppermostin Cade e Me. Cal o oI

the public mind, and is the only POSTOFFICE .
race of general scope concerning
which there seems to be much doubt I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

On the eve of the battle all is quiet, : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

and the country will be safe no mat- Ml
; ter how the cat jumps. "IMMHIIHlmtMlimimtlMIIMItMIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111.1.11.111111111.IIIIIIIIIIII.I.lllllllllltJN



.
1



7


,yrn't..
a




DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy I'that the presidential term of office ROAD FUND SUBSCRIBERS ARE ,' it"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
'I should be extended to six years and ASKED TO PAY UP +llllltMIT It I tlMMMIMI MMMHIMHMMMHilil

South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) that he should forever be ineligiblefor

AND WEEKLY We have no doubt that the Times- re-election. Under the present Those who subscribed to the Orlan We Are *
I Going toLEBRftE!!
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. Union has doubt about "The River of plan the first two years are spent in do-Indian River road fund are requested : :

Doubt. (I I learning the ropes and the last two to pay their subscriptions to
Entered at the po toffice tt Orlando, Florida are largely used in laying plans for Mr. Charles Lord without delay. It
u Second Class Mail Matter.
It would add to the crowd at the getting elected for the second term. is desired to turn this money over at

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ball games if the managers would The above reasons, given by Mr. I once so that the work may go on
... .. ..... .......
Daily 1 Year 15.00
It. It. It. Clark for the in the law The road is in
Daily 6 Months ..............It....... 2.50 arrange a speed contest to take place change are without hindrance.
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 just before or just after the game. sensible and reasonable and have course of construction and will be
Davy 1 Month ....................... .50 I
Ed. Beeman's new racer and Charles been suggested by political econo- completed in a few weeks provided

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Hilpert's motorcycle would make a mists for years. Equally sane is the : the money is promptly paid.
Weekly, 6 MonthTO ..................... .7i contest worth going to see. idea of changing the time of inaugu-I J. H. REESE Chairman. ;

S e ration from March 4th to a later
ADVERTISERS: I
Father Fox must be very kind to date when the weather is warmer and NOTICE
Copy for display and all kUier hand-set i
more settled. But such a change
We of them
adrertuing mast be handed in at the business the squirrels. saw eight
.Bit* ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. IL playing together on his lawn yesterday would mean that one of the presidents I I The annual meeting of the stock
the U changes day before for.publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it UUrariaWe morning. By the way, when that would have to lose a month from his holders of Orange County Fair Association -
and wiQ be strictly adhered to. many squirrels get together, what term of office and the retiring president -' will be held at the San Juan -- _

Subscribe desiring The Sentinel: discontinued should it be called-a drove, flock, would have a month tacked on to hotel, at 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 2nd., ,
should notify the office in writing en covey, swarm, brood, or bevy his term, and for this reason congress I 1914.
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be refuses to make the change. When W. R. O'NEAL, Secretary... The last
until notice to stop is received. the women begin to get elected to
Statistics show that only 19.5 percent r
they will vote for the change
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. of the women in this countryover congress TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
because they can wear the new spring full Week
-.....-- -.-. 21 years of age are unmarried. hats instead of furs. WANTED-Young man to take tick- 7 .'
Get your credentials ready for quick There are no figures available as to ets and usher. Apply Grand theater
what proportion of the other 80.5 box office. 5-29-3t
in percent I
fingering case some impertinent whichwe
did : TO THE VOTERS OF ORANGE
are sorry they not marry
person challenges your vote. First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's
the "other fellow," instead of the one COUNTY:
o Repair Shop o : Court St. r
After traveling all the way from they are hooked up with. 12-5-tf. shalthave
\
I am informed that some party or -
Colorado to see young Rockefeller,
Judge Ben Lindsey gave the searchup A daily paper headline announces parties have reported that if I am Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentIMMMMMMMIMMM ..,' I Ii

in disgust. The young sprout has "Presbyterians Favor Broadening elected to the legislature that I will,I for a \

learned some of the old dog's tricks. I Religion." We believe that is what be influenced by outside parties in c .
o I.the great Presbyterian church stands making legislation to suit them.I :

John N. C. Stockton served noticeon for as a whole, but we do not think take the liberty of stating that I T. F. HOURIBAN : few o )

the Arcadians that if he wasn't they are working along that line have entered this race without mak- 0 D J

elected this time he'd keep on running when they talk about not allowingthe ing any promises or entangling alliances 1 Licensed Plumber and months
until he landed. His record ladies of the Missionary society to with any individual or set of Sanitary Engineer bYJ[; a
shows that John means just what he spend their funds except under orders individuals. If elected I shall represent Estimates Furnished. Jobbing \ *""*. '_
from the men's committee on system- the whole people.S. Promptly Attended to. (
says. putting on s | TI .
o atic beneficence. Paul's advice was S. GRIFFIN. PHONE 629 y,d ;

The little town of Manatee has that the women of Corinth should
106 Court Street
voted a hundred thousand dollar bond "keep silence in the churches," but Buy your garden seed from DeLa- sale some ,I J\\
he did that the ney & Abeinethy. Just received a I < y\
issue for water works, sewers and sea even not proclaim big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf ORLANDO, FLORIDA ; t ,
Corinthian women should not spend r
wall. This should be an inspirationand 4-2l-lm
example to older and larger their mission collections as they Job printing at the Sentinel ..111111111111111111.111.. remarkable
towns. thought best
--
o values -
After St. Augustine had a destructive There will be'sincere sorrow around t

fire no time was lost in purchasing Mulberry Bend and similar sections in .

an automobile fire apparatus.Will New York city when the news goes out SFEOIA.L: : : in this '
Orlando require such an argue that Jacob A. Riis is dead. About the

ment to force the purchase of an auto worst thing the most narrow minded II II

truck? can say about Jacob Riis is that "He I season'sstylish

o was a friend of Caesar's" (Roosevelt). ..
The Pensacola city commissionersare But inasmuch as this friendship man- OVERLAND
1914 Electric Starter and : ;
being roasted. Such is a favorite ifested itself in good works rather
Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford :
pastime for those cities that are try- than in political matters, it can not
Shock Absorbers. Run miles' -
; militate his Like 3,600 : Dress
ing out commission government. It against good name. '
is a trying time for the commission Gen. Booth of the Salvation Army, I .

ers. They should be given all possibleaid Jacob Riis got down to the level of j .. Fabrics
and support and a fair trial given the degraded and outcast and after

the new order. coming to a realization of their need :
1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine condition
o he decided to give his life and best $350 {
full
This has been a week of commence efforts to bettering the conditions of equipment rt

ment have doings been in released Orlando for and the the sum-pupils New so York's shamefully"lower neglected five," which by the classis so- t W y[ "HAVE[ 800 O YARDS OF f 1

"
mer. Some day we will have school called "upper ten. His name will )

running all the year round, and the live in history long after the Vander- FANCY CREPES RICE
CLOTHS, PANAMAS
kiddies will then be sighing for the bilts and Goulds and Morgans are San Juan Co. ;
Garage RAMIE LINENS, STRIPED MADRAS
good old days when they loafed a forgotten. RA- ;
third of the time. eWe TINES, POPLINS, PLAIN AND FANCY j :

o shall not write a letter to Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 524HmimilltMtMMMMtMlltlMMIMIBMmilOltttltMMMIItlimililillilf VOILES, ETC., ETC. OUR REGULAR VALUES H

We read it in the news dispatchesthat Champ Clark and tell him so, but we WERE 25c to 65c PER YARD TODAY, FRIDAY 'p

a man has actually been killed ina are heartily in accord with his idea ; FOR, PER YARD }

duel. Anibal Mesa, a rich young -.- --
Cuban, killed Rudolph Warren earlyin

April, and has been sentenced to ." i

spend a year and eight months in Suggestions for Graduation Gifts : 12e.A'0

solitary confinement on .the Isle of ..

Pines. The Cuban received the minimum There is nothing more appropriate than a Kodak,or a Waterman's Fountain Pen.
penalty. The prices are in the range of everybody being $1.00 to $10.00. They can be sent by LENGTH RESTRICTIONS. E

o Parcel Post for out of town friends. Come and inspect.
County division is the issue in .
De-

drawn Soto county between, and the the legislative issue is squarely candi- McELROY'S PHARMACY JMMtMIMMIIIMMMMMMMHMIMMMMflMMMMHtliMMMIMMMMMIMM: SED : 36 INCH "I


dates, one favoring it and the other IMPORTED SWISS' CHIFFON TAFFETA
being opposed. An attempt was madeto
make county division issue in
an
111111'11111111111111111111111111111111111"1"1'11111111111 111111111111'"
Orange, but all the candidates are Qnualities we hav every confidence in believing will

squarely against it. Orange has been wear as good-most likely better-than any "GUARAN
generous enongh in this respect, and : *
TEED.
may well be termed the "Mother of II II

Counties." Any attempt to take more I Beautifully, Soft, with the New Rich, Glossy "Oil" fiu-
of her territory will be stubbornly re-
sisted. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES e ish, so much in demand.


Some one has advanced o the opinion Commencement Day-an important event in the In a full range of new colorings, including Rose*
lives of young people should receive some fitting mark .
that the letter V is the most unfor- of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : Ashes, Moonlight Blue; French Navy, Marine, Burgandy,
tunate letter in the
English alphabet, occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift ofJewelry' : Tabac, Chartreuse, also Black and white. '
because it is
always out of cash, for- ? i
ever in debt, never out of danger and I. 36 inch (one yard) wide. Our Regular Values
in hell all the time.
For some reason, DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : $1.75 and $2.00. Today, Friday. '
he overlooked
the fortunates of the I

letter, as we call his attention to the : direct the attention of relatives and friends to

fact that V is never in war and always : the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this $1.49 :
in peace. It is the beginningof : store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new

existence, the commencement of : est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond '
ease and the end of trouble. Withoutit I or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val-
there would be no meat, no life : ues and assortment.

and no heaven. It is the center of : A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves .

honesty, makes love perfect and with- : no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. :
out it there could be no editors, devilsnor I .
news.Exchange.The I .
I .DickSOll-Ives
o :
final round up is being made I
by the candidates and they will retire ..

to their respective precincts to I.
await the result of Tuesday's balloting A

In spite of the apparent lack of ..

interest in the election there is a DEPARTMENTAL STORE
strong under-current of definite opin- :

ion, and the election is being watched ii the Jeweler .
chiefly to see how the new primary

law is going to work. In this district Ave. fflIdo
the congressional race is uppermostin range e n

the public mind, and is the only OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

race of general scope concerning I I
which there seems to be much doubt. I II ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEltllllMliliilltljlltlltMlltt
On the eve of the battle all is quiet, : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING'MiiiiiiimmniiiMiiMiiiMiMtiiiiimiiiiiiHiiMii:
and the will be safe I .
country no matter I I H ttft
; how the cat jumps. ."". '. I HITHE -
i

r
A
7; 4



ROSALIND CLUB CLOSES FOR .MiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiMn 1 p)Q ODOIIDODOIIDODaIID<
THE SEASON j FAVORITE THEATRE j AJb n .0, CU


THE TUNER The Thursday party at the Rosa ? ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers g

ORLANDO, FLA lind, which closed the club entertainments I. Ml i _

for the season, was especially g Open9a.m.to10.30P.M. BI l

enjoyable and seven tables of players Admission 5 cents a "Get It t lensCommencement 5"

Mr. Jack Abrams left last night for took part in the bridge games. The
his home in Jacksonville.Mr. score was kept on dainty tally cards, I 0 C> D C D dH)C 0 CHE)fl 0 dBB)0 0 dHD 0TODArS

Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw and Mrs. H. A. PROGRAM
BUYS AND
Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland, the SELLS III' n
Vivian winning prizes.
was about our streets yesterday. "Ror) of the Bogs." A Victor 3-
Madame left The hospitality committee, .Mrs.: REAL ESTATE reel drama with Warren Kerryanand E l
Des Roches Baillairge
Lege, Mrs. Abernethy, Miss Person Wm. Worthington in the leading
TimeIs
yesterday for her home at Bound and Mrs. Hudson, served a temptingcream roles. This is an Irish romance of

Brook, N. J. course.A the eighteenth century. It concernsan

Mr. W. T. Chapman, who has been short but very delightful musical 600 acres south of Winter his avaricious son his nephew's uncle who heritage.steals The for V Here

ill at his residence on DeLaney street, program concluded the afternoon. Garden and west of tolling of the death bell arouses the

is able to be out again. Unless used for special entertain- conscience of the old man and he confesses -

Mr. J. S. McKenzie, one of Oviedo's I ments the Rosalind club rooms will be Gotha, including 10 acre the his many crimes and restores Want a present for that one

closed until the first week in October. The heritage to the rightful owner. who graduates? You can getit
most prominent merchants, spent orange grove. en- Mr. Kerrigan has never had a supe-

Thursday in Orlando. tire tract covered with rior role, demanding all the fine char- at our store without any

Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb (leave tonight SUMMER EXAMINATION TO TEACH OF APPLICANTS yellow pine timber. Two hood.acter delineations The costuming and and sturdy the general man- trouble and but little ex-

for Mt. Gretna, Pa., where they I atmosphere are entrancing.
expect to spend the summer. I miles of lake shore. Today is the time for giving away pense.
The summer examination of appli- the dinner set. Be sure and bring all
Mrs. J. E. Farris left yesterday cants to teach in the public schoolsof 4-23-1 your coupons and be here at 4:30. D D
t for her home at Danville, Ky. Mr. Every Graduateshould
the county will be held in Orlando --- --- .
Farris'will remain a while longer. MIMHIilllllllilililltSecretary
Tuesday, June 2. The white appli- and so susceptible of profitable ex-
Friends of Mrs. F. X. Schuller will cants will assemble the Orlando have something
at ploitation, is doing nothing that in now,

be glad to know that she has greatly high school and the negro applicants HAS lAN TO RAISE[ fUND fOR any way approaches the work of these that they can keep for years,
Improved, and is able to be up again.
will meet at the negro school, and the highly efficient bodies.

Miss Mary Hyer returned yester- examination will begin promptly at STATE T T[ CIIAMBER[R WORK "Now, the question is, what are we to remind them of triends.

day from Decatur, Ga., where she has 8:30 in the morning. All applicantsare going to do about it? Shall Florida loved ones and the happiest

; been attending Agnes Scott institute. required to a fee of one dol
pay
join the procession of progress with a days of their life.
Miss Eloise Gassman, one of the lar and to furnish their writing ma- Stevenson Starts Movement live state chamber of commerce, or

Cathedral school faculty, left last terials. to Make the Organization Vitalto shall we sit idly by while capital and .

night for her home in Lexington, Va. Progress of FloridaSt. good citizens are drawn to other D Allen & Co.

Miss Mary D. Rowan, one of the CAMP FIRE GIRLS TO HAVE states? Are we ashamed of Florida, ,

graduates of the Cathedral school CANDY SALE or are we just indifferent
Augustine, Fla., May 28.-Secretary to our op-
.left last night for her home in Union, J. 0. Stevenson of the Florida portunities? Commercial organiza- Jewelers
The Osceola Wohelo Camp Fire tions are just beginning to do effect-
State Chamber of Commerce has issued
Va.Dr.
and Mrs. B. D. Wienenga are Girls will sell candy Saturday after- the following call for support of ive work; people are just beginningto Prompt Repairing.
noon, beginning at 3 o'clock, in frontof realize their
rejoicing over the arrival of a son, that body, through the sale' of stampsat great value as busi-
the Yowell-Duckworth store. Be ness getters and balance wheels in D Everything Guaranteed.
who arrived at an early hour yester- one cent each. as
day morning. sure to buy your Sunday supply of the commercial world. Shall Floridabe
"Florida has about seventy-five local -
them.
5292tW. the last
Miss Ruth Bourlay one of the Seniors boards of trade, each one strivingfor to recognize the value-

at the Cathederal School, and her the material advancement of the the very necessity of a state organi-

mother left yesterday morning for C. T. U. community in which it is located. zation of business men?

their home in Leesburg.Mr. Will have a meeting this afternoonat They are accomplishing big thingsfor "The outlook is promising. The 16 i:i : ClOI =c1J"'IIII""IIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"

E. P. Hyer, who has been attending 3:30 at the ladies' parlor of the the state, but with proper co-ordi- majority of the principal boards'of

t the Florida Military college Methodist .church. A short business nation they are capable of doing a trade in the state have strongly en- + MMMM *
deal If in dorsed the idea of a state organization -
great more. they were
.at Jacksonville, returned home yesterday meeting will be followed by a moth

j r to spend his vacation. ers' meeting, refreshments and an attractive closer touch with each other; if i in and have backed up their endorsement '

addition to taking care of their local by joining this body.: Also, I Hpjpttr.fllfine.lfrJ
Mrs. E. M. Drennen and grand program. All mothers of the
business men all over the state are
united in
responsibilities, they were
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Russell, city are invited to attend.
big constructive work for the stateas unanimous in their approval. I
down
went to Tampa yesterday to
j visit Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fuller. PINE CASTLE NEWS a whole, we would very soon exile "All that now remains to be done

rience a great change for the better is to perfect the organization and Great Reduction ti inrrke
Mr. and Mrs. Hooks, who came over Mrs. Adele Franklyn'of Taft spent make of it e u n
in business conditions and would, at a going concern. That is,
to see the graduation of their daugh:' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. HarveyA.
the same time, witness a still greater we must establish a central office,
ter Miss Carrie, from the Cathederalleft Fuller.
change in the attitude of the general] select competent help, make a surveyof
with her yesterday morning for Mrs. Martha Mills left Wednesdayfor the During the entire week we will make a special low
public toward Florida. state, county by county, pub-
Leesburg. a visit at the home of her son, price
"To concentrate the power and use lish some reliable literature, and proceed onSalted
Mr. Joe Mills at Wildwood. Pecans
News was received in Orlando yes fulness of the various commercial or along the same lines that have j
Mr. C. II. Hoffner returned Satur Salted Almonds
terday that Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Pettit, ganizations of Florida in one led to success in other states. This
day from atrip to St. Augustine.Mr. torpor -Filled Dates
of Mifflintown, Pa., are rejoicing over !ate organization is the purpose of the can and will be done within the next
.
Chester Blood left -Putted
,the arrival]of a beautiful little daugh Wednesdayfor I Florida State Chamber of Commerce. few months if the business men of Figs ,
Nebraska but will return herein -Plum
Pudding
ter.
Mrs. Pettit will be rememberedin the fall.Several This body was organized two years the state will show their interest.

Orlando as Miss Olive Nichelson.The from here attended the ago, at Kissimmee, when representatives "Our immediate need is funds, and

telegram stated that mother and from the leading commercial or for such we must appeal to the patriotism
graduation exercises of the Orlando
baby were doing nicely. ganizations of the state met for that and liberality of business THE SANITARY
High School. I GROCERY
Messrs. Forest Davies, Arthur purpose. It has been delayed in get men. In view of what Florida has

Drake, and Charles Brumley Of St. ting under way because of several un yielded up to business, is yielding and
Wednesday night at the Grand theater
Agustine were in Orlando yesterday fortunate occurrences, the last of can be made to yield in the future, we CARUTHERS & GORE
was a big night. A big crowdattended
looking over the cpuntry, in the interests which was the death of its worthy believe that our call will not be i in
showing their interest i in Phone 200
6 & 8 E. Pine Street
\ of the Chuluota company, the charity benefit. The theater was president, but the zeal of those origi vain. Surely, there is not a man i in

which they represent. They only nally interested has not weakened. Florida who is unwilling to contribute
prettily decorated with flowers and
stopped a short time but before leaving Quite to the contrary, the conviction in a small way to the success ofa I
ferns, and the lobby was decorated CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
for them state chamber of j
Chuluotaexpressed with that we must have an active state commerce.
large tub ferns. Little Miss
selves as being much pleased with Mitchell recited and was received chamber of commerce now is stronger "The plan adopted-the sale of t FUNERAL DESIGNS

what they have seen and they all put most favorably. Mr. Cestia Lawton than at any time heretofore. Florida stamps at one cent each-to i t"I""Q"I"
in a big boost for the brick roads. "A state chamber of commerce is raise a preliminary organizationfund " " " " .
;. sang in splendid voice and received
Among those leaving Cathedral 1 a deserved encore. Mrs. Beacham not an ideal conception, nor is there should meet with universal ap- -

School for their homes were Misses neat little lacking evidence of its practical valueto proval. It identifies the contributors BIG CONTRACTS FOR BRICK
a realized
says sum was While Star MarketSanborn
Ollie Dinkle of Longwood, Emma for the benefit of the'two poor fami a commonwealth. Twentysevenstates with the organization, distributes the ROADS IX FLORIDA
in the Union have such bodies cost evenly over the whole state, and
Lummus and Ruth Holly of Miami, lies and that she will on next Wednesday ; Bros., Proprietors.
Alice and Marietta Drew of Jackson and in Texas, California, Oregon, gives wide publicity to our state and
evening give the same per cent Ala. 28.-An additional
May
Birmingham -
ville, Elizabeth Baynard of Auburn- of the Washington, Georgia, North Carolina, our purpose in its behalf.
receipts for this .
worthy
caused order for brick to be used in r-
"Of it is not that the 1 4
dale, Ruby and Ethel Shiver an West Virginia, Missouri and Illinois course likely

Dorothy Daniels of Cocoa, Gretchen splendid results have been obtainedthrough state chamber will be permanently paving highways in Florida has been
Mr. and Mrs. John W. McDonald
Hodgson of Eau Gallie, Jane Greeneof who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs., them. Reports of the activi financed by the perpetual sale of received by the Copeland-Inglis Shale

Tampa, Marion Jones of Mayfield, C. ties of these various bodies are startling these stamps, In fact, we have assurances Brick company, of Birmingham, this
G. Lee, left yesterday for the
brick
last order for
being 5,250,000 ,
Ky., Mary D. Rowan of Union,W.Va., mountains of West Virginia to spenda especially when we realize that of ample financial backingas
which will be laid in Orange and lIer-
Nelle Kinsel of Council Bluff, Iowa, while. Mr. McDonald is a brotherof Florida, a state so much unto itse as soon as we are a going concern.
counties.
nando
Julia The state needs the organization and I
and Mary Atkinson of Doyles- Mrs. Lee and came here from Tam ,
-
--------- --
town, Pa., Miss Sheppard of Chicago pico, Mexico. just as the people of California pay The order was secured by B. A.
Eat what want.
Miss Gassman of Lexington, Va., Eat all you yea want. taxes to promote the material inter- Inglis for his company, and makes a i"

Lillian Conner of Tangerine and It' will pay you to let us do some I Take a postscript and forget it ests of all the people, so will Florida total of 13,300,000 brick ordered recently ,

Frances Bosanquet of Leesburg. I of For sale by all durggists. submit to taxation for the same pur- from the Copeland-Inglis company -
your printing. We do it right.
l-7-d&w-lyr pose when it is demonstrated that the for road construction in Florida.A .

state chamber merits state aid. In total of 8,300,000 of the brick

IlillimiMIIIMiMiMMHMiiillliHIIIIMAt the meantime, there are enough liberal will be laid by the Alabama Paving NO MATTER WHAT CUT you select

far sighted, patriotic businessmen company, composed of officials of the you get first class meat at this

to sustain the organization as a Copeland-Inglis company. The paving market. For we handle only choice

The well organized, aggressive and effi- company has submitted a bid for grain fed cattle and small stock from

Lucerne Today cient body. laying also the 5,000,000, which will which all cuts are better than the

!\-YJ' "The good that can be accomplishedby be used in Orlando. prime cuts from a stock of lower:

the state chamber justifies one The Copeland-Inglis company is grade. A trial will prove our meats

"i of these stamps on every letter pass- shipping the brick into Florida as fastas worth more, though we do not charge

'. ing out of the state, and the more they are manufactured. it. *

perfectly this is accomplished duringthe Phone 23
'
; 1 next six months, the better it will Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

Commencement Exercises of the be for business in Florida next year, for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m

and the next, and the next, ad infinitum 'r
: HMMMIillM'Shoe T7 If your paper is not delivered'

SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY "The Florida stamps are placed on Repairingby (promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

sale by the secretary-treasurer at one

cent each, for the sole' of
purpose PARCEL POSTMen's
WOOD, COAL AiD ICE
Recitations and'"The raising preliminary organizationfunds.
Essays: Singing
Wood
$1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
There are one million to be
Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
sold in books of 100, 250 and 500, and Half Soles, 75clo85c

Ghost in the Boarding School," as soon as one-half the consignmentis Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75e

l Children's Half Soles, $0c to 750 Sentinel want ads. are money get-
sold.the organization work will begin
Hand Turned Soles, $I.o\ ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
: A very laughable comedy well staged and acted by the pupils. i with a vengeance. Orders and Heels Repaired, 2c
assistance in selling them will be

greatly appreciated. Address, James All work returned in 24 hours.
i 8:00: P. M. IS THE HOUR 0. Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, Orders without remittance returned -
! C. 0. D. We pay
i Florida State Chamber of Commerce, return postage.

St.. Augustine, Fla.

Reserved Seats 25 and 35 Cenls, on sale at Delaney'sDrag A. Hanson DR. J. C .HOWELL

t Eat what you want Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo

L Store. General Admission 25 Cents. F.at all you want. 19 East Pine Street extra charge for house treatment
Take a postscript and forget it. .
Telephone connections
For sale by all druggists. ORLANDO FLORIDAIlilliilMIHilMlliMlfl
.. ,f illinium ,. i IMIIIIIIIIIIt l-7-d&w.lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Area.WADE .







I.



.
--

s '- r lyumber Laths and Shingles f.



How I

J v

COMJPANY.



.. ,-- e Would You ;


ORLANDO


i Better Yourself?

a

_ Royal Cement, Agalilc Plaster and Perfection LimeTRIAL
a: 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

OF NAVAL STORES CASES POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOB
HAS BEGUN PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

REPRESENTATIVEI are all right, then why not put us to the test.

Savannah, Ga., May 26.-In the
I I hereby announce my candidacy for tup*
..r United States court this morning the roeatative from Orange county, subject tothe I
action of the Democratic primary to '
{, government announced it was ready June 2nd. "I'held Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale. For This WayYour
r in the trial of Nash et al. in what is __ J. H. REESE. Rent etc., for this column 25c for one day
I iOc for three days or >$1.80 for one week, for
known as "the naval stores trust" FOR REPRESENTATIVE I 25 words or less.' Money must accompany i
Samuel B. Adams I the advertisements for this column U no
case. Judge attor- I hereby announeandidac, for Representative : insertions will be made on credit doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing I
:, ney for the defense, announced that from Orange county, subject to your
the action of the Democratic primary to be
he would be ready as soon as the first held JUlie 2nd. FOR SALE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

c panel of jurors had been called. When S. S. GRIFFIN. Nirsery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
; this had been done he objected to the FOR REPRESENTATIVEI four year old buds; Foster Early, I
Java saved the trouble of going to doctor
entire panel, alleging that the jury Pineapple, Homosassa, Washington your again.
hereby announce myself a candidate for: Navel. Address.Mrs. M. Kahle
*
; box had been illegally prepared by .epsesentative from Orange county for the I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
ext session of the Florida sub-
Legislature i
Judge Emory Speer April 30, 1910, jed to the Democratic primary to be held
'41 when the names now in the jury box June 2nd. FOR SALE- roadster NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
C. P. DICKINSON.FOR bargain; recently completely overhauled -
there. The contention of
were placed
and made good as new in every -
; the defense was that Judge Speer had FOR REPRESENTATIVE part; guaranteed first class condition -

allotted each county in the district a Yielding to what appears to be the delire ; must be sold at once, even at we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
certain number of with the of citizens in almost sacrifice. Come, or address, White
jurors leading every peinet
high quality would have been used. fl
of Orange county that one of the can Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. Your prescription would have been filled justas
idea of practically eliminating Chat idates to be nominated for Representativethe -23-tf
ham county, in which Savannah is lo- in primary election of Jane 2nd should your doctor wrote it.Don't.
be from the country precincts I hereby u-
cated. ounce myself a PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. York city, with residence, to exchange -
Judge Adams said there but
were FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC for Orlando property on cash
seventy-five Savannahians whose INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. : aluation. J. M., 307 West street,

names were in the box. He contended I hereby announce myself a candidate for Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w ForgetThat
the county was entitled to at least election aa a Member of the County Board of
ublic Instruction from District No. 2, Orange WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere
twice that number. He declared th Count,.. Florida. child can be kept with me.

action of Judge Speer in arrangingthe M. M. SMITH. Pleasant' surroundings more important -
a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost
manner: in which the names shouldgo MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION than salary. Address J. C., care may

into the jury box unauthorized and I hereby announce myself u a candidate Sentinel. 5272wOR be dollars and may be a l life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people -

unconstitutional. Arguments upon for Board re-election of Public to Instruction the office, Orange of Member Count of,. SALE-A good mare; sound and and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate .

his motion to strike the entire panel from District No.3. subject) to the comingrimary. gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
it chances this time to be "
began at 10:30 o'clock. Very respectfully WM. EDWARDS. -20-dlOt-wlmo your neighbor's, instead of your own. Take

United States District Attorney Zellwood Fla. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

' Ackerman is to defend the method i in FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR SALE-Six room house, bath, People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage. i '
hot
and cold water
I hereby garage, hundred -
myself ean4i4atc
which the jury was drawn. announce as a .
foe re-electwn to the office of Supervisor ol foot square corner lot, fronting I
.i The defendants are E. S. Nash, S. Registration for Orange County subject +athe on a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net --
.. P. Shotter, ,J. F. Cooper Myers and 914.Democratic primary to be held June 2nd I. price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S," I

Carl Moeller. They are all from Sa FRANK H. WILLIAMS care Sentinel. 5-24-6t

vannah except Mr. Moeller, who i is FOR COMMISSIONERI
;-; from Jacksonville. hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR SALE-A large young horse, DeLaney & AbernethyNext
reelection u County Conmisaioner from buggy and harness. Good milk
Judge W. I. Grubbs, of Birmingham District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to cow. Address Box 48, Route 1.
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Yen
Ala., is presiding at the trial npport will be greatly aDDreci After hearing at length from Mr. M. 0. OVERSTREET.
WANTED-Unfurnished room in private Door tOe Store Orlando Florida.Dr.
Adams and the district attorney upon FOR COUNTY TREASURER house; light housekeeping; .
'' the motion to strike the jury panel I, I hereby announce myself. a candidate for town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the Orlando.
avenue, 5-24
Judge Grubb overruled the motion.The Democratic primary of June lad 1914.J. .

- selection of the jury was then H. TUCKER.

,art begun. I hereby. announce SHERIFF myself u a candidatefor WANTED-Grove doctoring trees a work specialty, pruning, by and experienced Buckmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING)

Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the horticulturist and orange AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. ijower. Would take care of property Look through your desk and see if
WOMAN ALLEGED TO HAVE FRANK GORDON. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not
through summer or permanent. Ad Osteopathic Physician some stationery of which
KILLED HER BABY FOR,-SHERIFF dress C. G. Hennig, 215 West street you are in need. If there is, phoneus
i south. 5-22-6t at 24 and we will call, get your
I announce myself as a candidate for the 132 Orange Avenue
order and do the work
High Springs, Fla., May 27.Mrs. office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, fem. promptly and
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a LOST-Crochet bag, containing an ? at the lowest price consistent with
c Carrie Robertson, living two miles native of Orange county. In asking the votesof embroidered handkerchief with the Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our

east of here, is alleged to have killed my fellow thelUes litizens of, the I pledge office myself without to fear discharge letter "B," alligator purse, about five up-stairs. Acute and chron best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

her infant child, escaping through or favor to *ny man for the upholding of thaws e dollars in charge. Return to this office ic diseases
and the preservation of peace and good and receive reward. Mrs. Flor- treatedTelephone Write F. F. Dutton Sanford Fla.
here towards Newberry in a buggyat order in the county. ,
7 o'clock yesterday morning. Off i WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. ence Beardall. 5-26-3t 578. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
Pepper Crates. 4-29ra
cers are following her in an auto FOR COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ,. OPTOMETRIST
DISTRICT NO. 3 LOST-Two Airdale terriers; weigh
The has husband and four
woman a I hereby announce myself as a eandi Gate about 35 pounds each; names Up to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
children living at their home on the for the office ef Member of the County is 12-5-tf.
Board cf Public Instruction from School "Sandy" and "Michael. Reward. the kind you want. Where to get Repair ShoP.
Santa Fe river.T. Board District Nt. 3. subject to the actionof E. Beeman. 5.12-tf it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO FLORIDA
the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914f Entrican. 1-20-tf fixed in
[ elected I will give thoughtful attention to SEE OUR SPECIAlToFFER to If you want yonr bicycle
S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone the educational interests of the county and first twenty students enrolling in the I Phone 444, Auto Livery. Put money in thy purse by adver a hurry take it to Warman1 Rejpair
faithful service. 4-25-tf
2 Orlando. Business tising in the Sentinel. Shop.iT'S -
3-5-tf C. H. GALLOWAY. College.: You must act at I
once in order to obtain advantage of: -
FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC: it. Southern Schools of Commerce,, **
I hereby INSTRUCTION announce myself DISTRICT as candidate NO. 2 for Hand building. 5243tFOR 111111IIIJlliill'- : \\ MMHIIMI*********\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\t\\\t\\\\\\\\\ \
-
MAY BEES-AN I I the office of Member of the County Board c If,

By Claude L'Engle ESSAY No.Public 2, subject Instruction to the from action School of the Board Democrat District! SALE-Five passenger, four
primary June 2nd 1914. If elected I will cylinder Mitchell automobile. This: TIME[ TO TAKE[ UP THE[ N HOUSE
give due attention to the work of the office, car is worth $600, but $350 cash willool
Dont't Get Stung and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair to all the sob I buy it if taken now, as I have no

; May bees are good little in J. B. REDDITT. place to keep it. It is a big bargain.S. .. .


But sects they, don't fly in June I am FOR a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County G. Dolive. 5-27-3

In the June primary- District Commissioner 2. If elected of I Orange promise county to serve front thepeople FOR RENT FURNISHING Q QUESTION[ I iN R REAL[ l lEA..E

Don't waste time on May here to the a number best of of my yean ability,I having am qua resided !} FOR RENT-Two office i in
bees. fied to know the needs of the section and spaces
the people. our store at No. 9 W. Church street
.Some other man may be all Respectfully, Come in and we will show you. Pierce
right for you in Congress; Apopka. Fla. A. C STARBIRD Electrie Co. 3.29.tfTO : NEST

Some other man may be in -
FOR COMMISSIONER RENT-Some very desirable mod-
line with progressive De I herebf announce a-yrelf a candidate for o ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
mocracy. re-election as Comm lliener from District ]No. 4.26 tfhad

Some other 'man may be action 3, Orange.f the county Democratic Florida primary, subject to be to the I I FOR delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

able to think for the peopleafter June %nd, 1914. RENT-Parties going north desire pleasure to find what that
J. L. DILLARD. to rent new bungalow com just you want at prices are reasonable

election, pletety furnished. Attractive location. in of the word.
sense
But may be some other manwon't. I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 203 Ridgewood avenue. 5-28-3 every
1 I hereby announce myself as a candidate
&r County Cbmmiuwaer, Orange Cwaiy.: FOR RENT-Six room house, in first HlllillllliillllHIfMlttlHHnilMlllilllltMMHIIMMMtiCHARGE .'
And may be you'll get District Four, subject to the actwa of the I class condition. No. 210 N. Orange

stung fooling with him. Democratic appreciate primary your Jane support.2nd. 1914. I wfflgwatly avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

You knew that Claude Yours truly, lando Bank &: Trust Co. 5.234fWEET

L'Engle is NOT a may be; PiM Castle. Fla. C. J.S = to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ojoin-

You know that he..win FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER MISCELLANEOUS ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen] will explain this
think and act for you, I announce or/self as m Wtii ate for reelection -
to the office of County Conunissk .,
WE ARE PREPARED
Because he is new in Con ere Orange County District Five subject: children to give your feature to you.
to the decision of the Democratic primary the graded school work dur-
gress doing this very thing Jane fad 1914. ing the summer: This embraces Eng-

When you can get a sore Respectfully lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship, MIMIMMMIMIIMIMIIIMIIMIIIIilllMMIMIIIIMIHIIIIIlHiKincaid
thing Ft Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN typewriting, and any other subjects
Don't risk the best chance taught in the graded schools. South-
FOR TAX ASSESSORI ern Schools of Commerce, Hand building -
that ever happened. hereby announce my candidacy for the! Orlando, Fla.
Claude L'Engle has been office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sna 5-24.3t
ject to the action of the Democraitc primary
time-tried and fire-test called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet & SnowdenFurniture
elected I pledge you my faithful service. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
ed in the fights for thpeople's e ARTHUR BUTT. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant

rights.He FOR TAX COLLECTOR Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
is the one sure thing I hereby announce myself u a oandida -- -- -
for re-election to the office of Tax Collector: OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The
for you in this race for of Orange County, subject to the Democrat Florida Meat Market. Fresh meats of Character

Congress in the Fourth elected primary I to pledge be held to you June my 2nd faithful 1914. service If re-, of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-

District.He as I have endeavored to give in the past son. Your patronage solicited. L. ,

is there for one term, w. & MAit'rt N. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm at Prices

Keep him there for another Popular ........
Who is your painter and decorator Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
az Vote for Claude L'Engle If you are satisfied keep the one you at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.
first. have; if not, phone W. T. Entri can, 5-19tf.
Take chance second No. 636. 1.20- : i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ;
a Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
Job ford Fla. Write or phone for price.
printing at the Sentinel 519tf.
y 1..I"'I.I.II.II'I lf.r
,
l
tai

t t&

a y by



,a. -
.

.
.



.. .,,- -
I 4
IMMMlM1lMr nsiose4ti 1
I

CONSENCE" FOR' "JU[ CAR WITU A CONSCIENCE"i,. :



i I Here in a $1200 car, the streamline body finds expression in '

its truest form. a

rw = ,. '' No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the windshield -
sum
V mounting at the rear of the cowl.

q I L__ \ : The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the ,A

.,ie beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders. .
P h.
i Such construction is made possible through the use of ouronepiece i
,...I .
:
-
L --
fit pressed steel body. ;

p Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visit'*, evidence :

of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechanical -
&
construction.
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR

( FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 When you see this model you will need nothing further to A

r Condensed Specifications convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor car beauty

; ,k Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast and in value for the money.
1 en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; IN i
t axles I -front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand

inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with ,

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del.

gallon gasoline tank, carried! at rear, pressure feed; German sil- co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim. ,
ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .
t 11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue. ,

J. B. MGRDDER & SON, Oakland Distributors J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

.'
'
_" ,i ii''==II''" ,===== IIII I ,,,======" " 1'11111' ; ; ;;1 Nt;: ; :I : J I ; II : I J 1111111111111111=m

"--"
-

SOLICITOR FOLK WANTS TO SEE conference Indicated that there had tMIIMMf. ..
10 HAVE BIG BARGAIN INORANGE
t MURDER Of BOONE SAID ALL MORGAN PAPERS been some difference of opinion as to

f BEEN RESULT Of fruO what papers and records should be GROVETen
r New York, :May 27.-Joseph W. gone into. THE MARKETOf

Folk, chief counsel for the Interstate "Wex insist," reiterated Mr. Folk,

Was Fol- Commerce Commission, arrived iij "that the examiners shall decide for
Reports That Dead Man
New York today for a conferencewith themselves what books and papers of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
of'a
lowed by Vengeance Francis Lynde Stetson, repre- the firm relate to the New Haven. acres on beautiful lake

Kentucky FuedSt. senting J. P. Morgan & Co. The con- We also insist that these examiners
two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
:--- I II ference was to arrange for an exam- shall not be confined to books and pa-
Petersburg, Fla., May 27.I i ination of books of" the Morgan firm pers handed them and said to be all court house in the fastest grow- FISH AND GAME

Tighter and tighter about Nathan S. and personal papers and accounts of that relate to the New Haven. In ing section of Orange County,
Leslie the web of circumstances is the late J. Pierpont Morgan relatingto other words, the examination to be Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Seven hundred
and
according to Prosecutor New Haven railroad transactions.The worth anything must be thorough." orange grape
drawing,
k Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
fruit trees. Five hundred
. Rowland, and the indications are that conference was private.Mr. in

t he will be bound over to the circuit Folk was accompanied by four full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
the charge of murdering W. men who were ready to begin on the
it T M.court Boone on when Judge Brandon, of the books at once. fALLING HAIR ANDITCUING big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

county court, holds the preliminary "We don't want one book or two getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line. .

books," he said. "We want them all." SCALP
hearing.Mr. Present crop on trees indicatetwo
Rowland stated to the corre- A statement by Mr. Folk after the
spondent of the Times that the slackin thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET

the net is being drawn in and piece Takes Off Freckles Needless-Use Parisian Sage $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
by piece the evidence is being put together Now that Parisian Sage can be terms.
to show and to prove that Leslie Removes Tan. had at any drug counter it is certainly H. M. Self & Co.
murdered Boone needless to have thin, brittle
and accomplice
an
while he slept in his bed in the Leslie Beantif 7 your complexion. Get matted, stringy or faded hair. No Cooper & Atha PINE STREET
rid of those freckles. You can matter how unsightly the hair, how
home. invest 50c in a jar of WIG badly it is falling or how much dan-
Clearwater. Re- wand gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is Phone No. 80
Leslie is in jail at SON'S FRECKLE CREAM I 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
ports from there state that he mainJtains they'll disappear. Severe needed. Frequent applications and
confident air and does not case may require two jars- I well rubbed into the scalp will do won. Phone No. 311 .. ,I..I..I..II..I..I. .. . .. .. .. .
ji no more. We positively guar iers-it acts like magic. The hair
worried. It is different with his nourished and stimulatedto -
seem antee this and if your complexion rotts are I
wife, and those who have talked with isn't fully restored to grow new hair, itching scalp, dan- I
her daily since the charge of murderwas its natural beauty, we agree to refund yoar druff and falling hair ceaseyourhead .HIIMIimilllMiltllllltlllllilMMilMIMMeiiiiiiHMMIMMIMUMMMiW. "
money without argument. And in addition. feels fine. Best of all, the hair
lodged against her husband, say WlLSO toilet'S cream.FRECKLE Doesn't CREAM cause is hair a fine to grow fragrant becomes soft, fluffy abundant and 1
she is in a highly nervous state. and doe positively remove TAN and radiant with life and beauty.
whose FRECKLES.. Try it at our risk. Price 50c- You will be surprised and delighted -
Sheriff M. M. Whitehurst,
sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
at Clearwater has WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson with Parisian Sage. Try at least
headquarters are Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. (X, maker one fifty-cent bottle from McElroy's M. SLEMONSi
been called upon by the city commis- For sale by 'harmacy. He will refund the pur-
sioners to do something in the Boone For: Sale By J. N. McFJroy. chase price if you are not satisfied. .

[case. Since the body of Boone was i
pulled from Reservoir lake Sheriff

itehurst has not been in the city.e 00
was notified officially by the city lI\! Fare 3 Goods Arriving Daily

mmissioners yesterday of the murr DAILY BETWEEN

| and requested to make a showing BUFFALOEVELAND C
w
trying to solve the mystery. His a -
.: ,
al aides, Deputies Sims and Proc-

ir, have ben active in the case but I

hey have had no assistance from the
sheriff himself. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Was the murder of Boone the result made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Leagth
of a feud of long ago in Kentucky -
1 ? This is the question local see feet breadth 91 fat,6 Inchc*;510 itatcroontt. and parlor accMUtadiluig 1500: pwea.im. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table linen and ToweL
Greater in ewt larger in all properuoni richer ia all appoiotmcat..than taj mamer MuilaiUwitcnaftb
been asking each other .wwId; la temce Jane ISlb.
people have Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
of of Buffalo
the last several days. There is a Munificent Steam.aSEEANDBEE., "Gty Erie"and"City

persistent rumor to the effect that at Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -May1atto Dec it c.. Best place in the city to trade.
te..e B.LJe ,:00 P.JrL Law dewkod >00 P.M.
i
one time the murderd man had trou- Arrive Ckrho4 7JOA.IL Agin Buffalo 740A.M.iWl .
tle in his native state and that possi- (Fawn Stu dard Time)
C.eeetlm..tf.daadtoPwd..Toledo.DeuoitaadanpoiabVestaadSath at.BatUoadwk.u
bly his death was long delayed Kentucky .g IIetweea BdaIe...OreUad are goad for tnmtporUUoaoa ou(teamen.Aik .
your tiekat apa&tat bduu via C.&:Be LiMo Yrue_for tiindin flluitr.tej UoU free.
If the prosecutionfails
vengeance.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, O.
M. SLEMONS
.to produce conclusive proof that W.
Boone met his death in Leslie's house

and the effort to connect Leslie with
ORANGE A VENUE.1111..1111'1'.111.1..1111111111111111111..11111II
the murder, the feudal vengeance the-

ory will then be the principal one and To the West and NorthwestVIA -
... .
upon it the officers will devote their

time.
-- -


TAMPA BOARD OF TRADE WINS DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND 1.0 YOU CARRY y

ITS RATE FIGHT

Washington, May 26.-The Inter- SOOTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDixie r -1BOJH KIND -
state Commerce Commission today ( //

upon the petition of the Tampa boardof

trade held that the railroads serv- Dixie T
I
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Limited. ,
Flyer.
ing Mobile' should establish through T Orlando A. C. L.......12Slam 3:13 pm'I v Orlando ........................ 3:13 par 1ct : )
routes and joint rates to Tampa in r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am '7.34pmi Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 paT ; 9 X50
T Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9.35am 8:23 pm Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8lip
connection with the Mallory Steam- i v Waycross. A. C. L......11:50am 10:25 pm v Waycross A. C. L. .............lO: Opn ,
ship company and that "the rates r Macon G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46 an Pgt -
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... B:03 pm 7:25ax r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7rt2aanr JgU1D y
should be reasonable for the service Knoxville L. & N. ............12.1Jpn
Chattanooga W. & A..12:18 11:55
r : amr r Corbin L. A N. ................ 3:15pa
performed. Nashville N. C. & St. L. C:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pn
The commission expressed no opinion Ar St. Louis L Co &; 1. &; N. Z:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis ".. L. ............ 1:50 am
as to the establishment of through Ar Lexington L. & N. ..........., i:5(1 pm '
i Ar HopkinsviUe L. & N........... .:%7 pm Ar Cmcinanti, L. & N. ............. 8:5o pm INSURANCE
routes and joint rates via New Or- Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9: 8am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. It L ...........1%:20 pm -
leans in connection with the Gulf and Ar Tent Haute C. E. L. 1:19 pm 1:01.. r Grand Rapids. G. R. & L ....... 2:45par '
Southern Steamship company, "as Ar_Chicago, C. 4 E. L..... 6.50pm 6:50am Cleveland Biq Four ............. 7:15 aie A. L. BECK LUMBER CV' .

such routes would be more circuitous r
DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
than those via Mobile and the service i Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material .. .
3 from New Orleans is less frequent"If ]I oom sleeping cars observation compartment .
I an and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and cone h
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping m. between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and 451 Orlando Fla.Don't
you want good fertilizer for ar between Jacksonville and St. Leu!&. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis; Phone .

orange or other fruit trees or for DIXIE FLYER, through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
i Solid train carrying electric lighted eom- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between
trucking purposes, Thy not buy it artment observation sleepers and eleetbeI Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondalland -
from the Southern (Fertilizer com- I ighted section drawing-room deepen. First Thursdays of each week. Dining wait for every one in town to We insure your life and loan you Spray material, insecticides and
pany? I I I ems lass coaches meals a and la smoking carte. ear. Dining ear service between Atlanta and Cincinnati cai have Entrican, the painter, before money on real estate at 6 per cent fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San-
you try. Am too busy to look you interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. erature. 4-29-lm.
Dean E. Ponder, Ox gene Disinfectant FOE TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON |ob. 120tAFor ) 3-25-d&wtf
Manti Tonic. Office room 22, II W. R. WEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket: Agent,

3 Empire building. 7 5-27-lm Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando the news, read The Sentinel Read the advertisements daily. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.
I
t .


t
_
e



f-..


F


-
f

SllUMAN TEAS (DPERINCS( [ [ IN

,t MEXICAN[ PRISON V ii
f(


frcmpt Attention 1lnilorm Courte't ) Was Dragged From Consulate ByHuerta's

;: do Details ;; Ill Soldiers and Imprisonedfor
Twenty-one Days

',:'" :.r. 'i.;:'
Vera Cruz, May 28.-John R. Silli
I ? man, still shaken in nerve and physique -
by his experiences while under-

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO going twenty-one days' imprisonmentin ; : : '. YOU W IT
the penitentiary at Saltillo, whither .'. ,

.If} .- er was dragged from the consu- : : : TO YOUR{ WE! n : ,
. late by Huerta's soldiers, is here. He '. .. ;- .
'
probably will remain several days until -
I' WRITE OR TELEPHONE he regains strength sufficient to : not only financial provision for the present and

f When it isn't convenient for customers to Continue the journey to Washington. future .
Pending his report to the state department -
come to the bank in person to transact their regarding the indignities : but. j.'.

business.A inflicted upon him by order of Gen. i experience in handling money, experience in financing ,'
Joaquin Maas, federal commander at the home
letter phone conversation giving us
or ,
.:
Saltillo, Mr. Silliman declined to talk .
instructions is given our personal attention for publication. But his every movement : so

' promptly and carefully. and utterance bears evidence of ;', she can live within her means now (as she desires)
he
the severe strain through which
Every individual banking here is assur- passed between the time he was arrested : and after your death as she must .

of accommodating and today, when he came plod
ed all the advantages a helpful, -
ding through a hot sun over the torn
service, combined with sound'banking Let her run the house on a stipulated amount. .
up railway track at Tembladera, to :
methods and capable management. the shelter of his own flag again.
-
.; { Open an account in her name today. ,
t Mr. Silliman came down from Mexico .:
Your account invited. .
City without an escort or guardof :;. We have a special system that will help her .
t any kind. He simply carried a :
,i r; passport signed by the Brazilian min f ; and save you money. :

I ist Vera r. Cruz Waiting railway to receive station him was at the his r...,.... .:. ......;; Call and I let us explain I it.MlliMillMmimMimilltHMMIMIillltMMHiMMIHHMMItMMIHMOIIM. <1.._..,..:.......:...,.:,..

son, Charles, an employe of the Vera '
,: uimmiiiiiiiiMiiiitimtiiiiiiiiiHimiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii Cruz custom house. The two men put i'i: : i \ !iii; !

+ their arms silently about each other,
pN ___
tears starting from the eyes of both. S _
'
'.limimilimilHIMIMIIMMIIIIIIMIMIIIIMilWe "Well, father, you are here at last, ? -
d thank God," said the son. "We were .. j' C "' : ; ;

Will Put the Reins j mightily worried about you._ : : : : D. : "D '
:0 F 1 tt F I ,
"Oh, nonsense," replied Mr. Silli- ; :.::- .. .. .. '.. .'. r' .'J: ..,: .. J9J.. .rfA' !. '
:
man, in his slow Southern drawl "I ; ... : -:: ; : : .. : : ;: :-
; of Success in Your : was all right, but it fretted your :: .

mother. I was sorry to have her ... .. .
) HandsHow bothered." :':" ::" ;:tK )':" ':': '?' ., ;":"; :" '" ..',' .:... .:.;: ..' ..: :\ ::. ? :; :.. y:: : :::::.

Mrs. Silliman is still in Saltillo, a
guest of the British vice-consul. Probably -
? By furnishing witha she will not the long tripto
you essay IIIMIIIIMillMIIMIIIillllllilMItt tHMiitlMIIIIMHMIHlillMIMIMIMMIilMMiliiHMIMiimH \,\\\\\\\\1Mir
Vera Cruz but will return to the ****
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
United States northward as soon as

a qll l on you. He will give you a ; the Laredo.constitutionalists open the line to .MHMIMItllMMIttMIIIIHMMMttmiMIIIIHIilllllimilllti

formula that will make and mature : When asked how closely did the account -

of his treatment, as given out
'
your fruit. here several weeks ago by Jose Mar- M GRAND THEATER H

:E i chani, clerk of the consulate at Sal-
tillo, coincide with the facts, he intimated -
Y
that the original story contained

: 'Ti nm rn Ferflllzer r many instance exaggerations."For ," he said, "I. was never COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !

led out before a firing squad. Of
course, I suppose it might easily have HMHMIIMt 1111,1111,1,111,1",1.,1,1 .
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAllrtniMMIMMIMMMiMIIMMMMIMHIMIIMHH come to that, but it did not I never
J1 really thought it would. It was a TODAY
case of being more scared than hurt.
-- All he would say respecting the
-- ------ --
"
r 9'd tlliillllMIIHIIMHItllMIHililtlltlMMIIIMIHCOW theft of the state department secret "The Portrait,
code books from the consulate by

been federal returned.spies, was that they had not A wonderful Vitagraph feature in two parts featuring Mary

w ? : PEAS Among others arriving today was Maurice, James Morrison and James Young. It is a speaking

a Mme. Simon, wife of Jose Simon, likeness.: A life portrayal. Full of exquisite touches and ex-
president of the Banco Nacional of
You MUST see it.
Mexico. Mr. Simon is a French citi- pressions. t
.1. zen and his wife was accompanied on "
We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- her journey to Vera Cruz by the com "The Speedway of Despair,
mander of the French cruiser Conde.
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
She probably will proceed to Franceon A great Selig society drama.
ing quantity desired. Price sure right. the first available steamer. It was
+ P assumed that her husband urged her "
$ We carry constantly a full line of crate material of departure, owing to the growing intensity "The Delayed Special,

all kinds. of the situation in the capital.All .
those arriving here were agreed An extremely exciting Kalem production.This .
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- that complete quiet continues in Mexico -

riers, etc. Phones 181-191. City, at least on the surface. The wonderful bill accompanied by
only visible indications of the critical

situation of Provisional President That Orchestra Cannot be Equaled.
-3r 1 F F. Dutton Huerta, they say, are the closed
+ stores and offices of American another d

misiness men who have left 5c. ADULTS lOc.
t SANFORD, FLORIDA CHILDREN :-:
:Mexico City until they can feel some
6-15-tf. assurance of orderly government be- in iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMJHJJJMMnMMMMiMiiiim.HMMMMMKM9MMHH! ! .,
"
established there.
ing iimimmiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimM iniiiiiiiMtiSOLD
, , ,....***** Many rumors were brought in today ,

of impending cabinet disruptions,
.HlllllimMiimillilMliHimiMIIIIMIIIMMH!t .of the flight to Vera Cruz of some of STOCK IN "CORKSCREW" FLORIDA CITIES KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOOL
Gen. Huerta's ministers, and even of BUILDING AT EXPOSITION DAYS FOR ALL TIME

the approaching departure for Europeof Last week two Florida cities voted
41 ATTENTION Gen. Huerta himself. Los Angeles, May 28.Chargedwith improvement bonds aggregating
H defrauding working people by $548,000, these cities being Miami,
SEVEN THOUSAND ACTORS TO selling stock in an alleged fictitious $400,000, and St Petersburg, $148- 4 1
TAKE PART IN PROGRAM amusement building outside the 000. In the same week Tallahassee
Stock Reducing Sale grounds of the Panama-Pacific expo ordered an election upon $47,000 of
St Louis, Mo., May 28.-The first sition, C. H. Knight today is in the bonds, and Lakeland is to vote upon a
of three productions of the pageantand county jail here. Two stockholders proposed issue of $125,000 of bonds.

k Continued 30 Days masque of St. Louis will be given testified that Knight had shown them Also, last week Orange county, Florida -
by more than 7,500 actors in Forest pictures of the projected building, sold $600,000 worth of bonds for
Park tonight. Seats have been pro which was to be a mile in height and constructing brick roads and awarded I
vided for 42,000 and built in the shape of a corkscrew.the .
40,000
i HISSES HILTON & DUNN persons contracts. Another constructionitem
more can see the stage from the hill at of importance last week was .
the foot of which the actors will per moment of the "birth of the the awarding of a contract by the city I J
Y Agents for Barclay Corsets form. The event will celebrate the league of cities" is portrayed.In of Tampa, Fla., for the erection of a
r'3 hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the final scenes of the masque city hall that will cost a total of
McCall's Patterns the founding of this city and accord- which is to be a symbolic interpretation about $250,000.
ing to its promoters will be the larg- of the history of St. Louis, to be Your graduation portrait and thoseof
Jacksonville, Fla., sold $1,500,000 of
est of the kind ever staged in Amer portrayed by the pageant envoys from your classmates-precious to you
dock construction bonds for $1,561- '
." 'II' III".IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II'IIIIII'I"FORr other cities will take part. This will now-will be priceless in the years to
ica.It 312.
t had been planned to close the symbolize cities of the nation coming
MEADE county offices on June 2. masque, which will be given under, to the aid of St. Louis in its fight These are striking evidences of the come.We are exhibiting new and attractive -
TO VOTE FOR
and of Florida cities.
POSTMASTER JUNE 2 The six candidates for the office electric light with an aeroplane flight,, against evil These envoys will take progress growth styles of school pictures that will
have agreed to have the matter set but this plan was abandoned because, part Friday and Saturday in a "con They demonstrate as well the up make most apropriate class gifts, sad
Fort Meade, Fla., May 28.-Fort tled by vote of the people to be served I I of the danger of such a flight over, ference of cities," in which municipal building throughout the Southeast which are prix;d consistently.We .
.
Meade is one of the largest towns in from the office, and a manager has the heads of thousands of spectatorsin art and its relation to the public welfare generally.This would bj pleased to have you
the state to definitely decide to settle been appointed to suprvise the elec the darkness. Instead, a fast motor will be discussed. record of a week for Florida make a visit-io our studio.
the controversy over the selection of tion. Dr. R. C. McClellan has been boat will dart down the lagoon cities, although notable, is not so unusual
a Democratic postmaster at the polls. named to conduct the interesting that is to represent the Mississippiriver. Read the Morning Sentinel Price The cities of no other state I t EVANS, ,
The people of this city will vote on election. The interest in the contestis In the boat will stand a w o10 cents a week. are expanding more steadily or have Orlando's Artistic Photographer, No.
the postmastership, as well as on'the high, and the candidates are all man in the post of "Wjnged Victory." brighter prospects than those of Flor- 100 N. Main St., one block north of .
t candidates for state, national and making. a string fight. She will pass before the spectators at Subscribe for the Sentinel ida.-Columbus Index. court house. 'P. ne 125. ;
)
J,

.
e '.-