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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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I IE- PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
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I :fll { '::"t\ ORLANDO, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914. NUMBER 94.

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I! ;;1 it ;:h: :. AGENT r PROTESTS I i THAT MERCHANTS WANT H HUNTING fS[[ I TURN N TITANIC HORROR RIVALLED[ IN l lf LOSS


TO B BE[ PARKED K[ BIG SUM INTO STATE[

k' BEEN[[N GIVEN[ RIGHTS I OFTHEPACIFIC f 1 [ "EMPRESS"

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1. l' .: \ : ITATION TO M'lfAN' SUCCEEDS[[ AMOLD AS DEMAND REPEAL OF GAME COMMISSIONER LITCOMPANY Will I KPOLES[ [ ) BELIEVED THAT NEARLY, A

I \ }: if.Etv: '-,- 5HASBEENBY ASSISTANT POSTMASTER[ TION WHICH MAKES HIS FIRST Off ORANGE[ AVENUE[ [ i THOUSAND DEAD WILL

o,( :. HIMGREEMENT CARS TO PARK REPORT TO THEGOVERNOR BE DEATH ROLL

The Latter Being Compelled to Resignon HALF HOUR Heavy Feed Wires Are to Be Removed -

i ;I: C( .- tHING STATEMENT[ Account of Continued With the Cooperationof RAMMED AMIDSHIPS BY DANISH COLT IER[

f III Health BUSINESS[ INJURED IS THEIR AMOUNT C COLLECTED[ $$21,136.64 Patrons

i -rF j IS DELUGE OF WATER RUSHED IN
Sir. W. C. McLean has been appointed The resolution of council to have
c. '; :OUT CARRAN- WHILE PASSENGERS SLEPT
assistant postmaster to succeed NOT SATISFIED WITH A WARDENS AND JUDGES all wires within the fire limits placed
ED THAT THE AND VESSEL WENT DOWN
'- I. BM Mr. J. E. Arnold, resigned. Mr. MEXT OF THE PAID GOODLY SUMS FOR underground had an echo at yester
!PI! ;l' S MAY HAVE cLean's[ appointment has been for- BY COUNCIL THEY THEIR PART IN COL- day's session when Clerk Jansen reada WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES

iktT1j. LS warded to the department at Washington letter from the city solicitor, Mr. I AFTER ACCIDENT
I CULATE PETITION LECTING HUNTING I
.- for approval. Louis C. Massey, to whom had been
it< 29Special.( Mr. Arnold's resignation was made REPEAL OF SECTION LICENSES referred the letter from President Quebec, May 29.Special.Atrain ( )
ye United States necessary by continued ill health. He John M. Cheney of the Water and with 396 survivors from the lost
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!3 '... .- hourly becoming has been confined at his home for several Orange avenue merchants Tallahassee, Fla., May 29.-Hon. ] Light company, claiming that the ctiy Canadian Pacific steamship "Empressof
d! ''t. most important weeks, and as there was no indication termined to have the parking Z. Jones, state game commissioner, i had no right to make such an order.In Ireland" arrived here from Ri-
I It' :;., day in the Mex- of an early recovery he sent tions in the traffic ordinance just made his annual report to his opinion, Mr. Massey said: mouski shortly before 8 o'clock tonight
i ,: ...j '..emselves no oth- his resignation in for the good of the off the slate, and will not Trammell. The game law "I have received the letter of Hon. Thirty-seven wounded were
.. (' sence. He has been assistant post- fied with any amendment. enacted the last session of theegislature John M. Cheney in which he claims left at Rimouski. These are all who
r .II.neracounsel I for master since 1898, and has filled the Yesterday afternoon and has only been in op that the city has neither the moralnor live of the 1,376 who sailed out of '

": !'s undertook to position faithfully and efficiently.Mr. to; amend the ordinance by since last September.The the legal right to demand that Montreal yesterday bound for Liver-
If' McLean has been a clerk in the time limit of thirty commissioner's report is elab- the wires of the Orlando Water & pool. The lost number 934. Of the
there
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f: the| reports from Orlando postoffice for nearly twelve hour for cars parking on the and contains much valuable in'ormation. Light company be placed under living 237 are members of the crew,

': the representa- )'ears. For the greater portion of but as soon as the action of The department to March ground. and of the surviving passengers thereare
,," tates and Huerta that time he has been local examinerin became known a petition 1914, had collected $45,814.25. Of "After reading this letter, which only 20 women and 2 children.
:_'j .. enrent on certain. the civil service. He was senior lated askng for the repeal of amount $15,495.35 was paid to you have referred to me, I see no One of the matters on which the
clerk in the office and has earned his tion. wardens and county officers reason to change the opinion which I rescued agree is that Captain Anderson -
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the pacification
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-. oJ iii". 1 .informed that no promotion. Mr. McLean is an appli- This was the second or fees earned by them. The sala- have always expressed to you: that of the Stortstad backed his vessel
>,- .- :' been reached. cant for postmaster, and his friends : lated for the same and expenses of the state com- under the police power vested in the out of the grave she dug into the
; believe that he is in line to take the purpose, department were $3,182.- city you can order all wires under Empress' side and drew off, nursingher
to the fact that some of
I ;rred with Secret ,next step upward, and would be rejoiced Leaving the net amount, over all ground when in the exercise of a reasonable own bent prow despite the shouted -
signed the first petition had
1 Lind. AfterI to have it so.BECKER'SAPPEALWILL. paid into the state treas- judgment you deem that public pleas of Captain Kendall that he
later
that didn't
know
they
I -t' a fiery stateat for the school fund $27,136.64.Investigation safety or convenience requires it. hold fast to the wreck. As the collier
contained and it
paper signed
i oJ'. tl ie The police power, the courts have backed away the rush of water listed ,
; t to reach an B[ [ [ B BE[ LIKELY[ be accommodating, there held, can be bargained away by the the Empress so that all the lifeboatsof
acification of doubt in the minds of the
1 .. MORGAN HAD FINGER IN NE[ city only, if at all, in the clearest pos- the port side were put out of com-
b. .. Carranza as to just how many of the
ing
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TO STAY [EXECUTION[ sible language, which I do not find in mission. A strict investigation will
i; if.-. agreement(: was men wanted the section B. & O. ALSO O the contract." be immediately begun.
: States might finds A hearing on the petition
Following the reading of this letter Story of the Wreck
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.: ,ie constitutional- Former Police Lieutenant Smiled two weeks ago when several -
Clerk Jansen read one from Mr. Cheney Rimouski, Quebec, May 29.-Prob-
: i When Judge Fixed Date for prominent business men of the of Other Railroads Than which tells of the plans of the ably more than 1,000 lives and surely
t s' &-..;*- -':. !tent \ of the day His Electrocution appeared and argued the New Haven Is Begun by theI. company to remove all but the corner not less than 700 were lost when the
i 6 >r:< r"' \that a message some being for and some poles from Orange avenue, as follows great Canadian Pacific liner Empressof
Hir ,'.?.- !'sent the media- repeal. Action was deferred C. Commission : Ireland sank before dawn today in

i ; K'r i Is by Juan Uru- New York, May 29.-Charles Becker : cil upon the passage of a "We have under advisement a plan the St. Lawrence river, ripped open
I Ae ; reiteration of was today sentenced to die in the by Councilman Clark Washington, May 29.-Inquiry into
a
i r-s / for removing our heavy feed wires from amidships to stern by the Dan-
I If Hurt! '" : gave them sev- electric chair at Sing Sing prison, the section be repealed at relations of the Baltimore & Ohio from North Orange avenue. This contemplates ish collier Storstad.
''I!' r.- during the week beginning July 6, ing to be held May 29 ( 4)H the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Day- I an entirely new line extending This was the estimate made here
ii : f'I the mediators for the murder of Herman Rosenthal. by that time protests against railways was begun today at a from our station south on Highland this afternoon, where the hysterical
When he received sentence Becker peal were not sufficient to before Chairman Harlan of I
: hearing
of them
f j.j-:' at at present he avenue to Livingston avenue, survivors, many pitiably
s Uj_ ', 'ore him to send appeared calm. He even turned to the council that the people Interstate Commerce Commission. thence west to West street and southto maimed and almost naked, were being
e* v ,-" rences, previous friends in the court room and smiled. retain the ordinance as it purpose was to develop what, if Central avenue. brought It was based on the fact
i Jf\ t -T, '. een withdrawn; Prior to the sentencing Martin P. When the meeting was relationship there is between the "The advantages of this route are that the Empress carried 1,437 per-
ti ,I1 -.-r r ='aticn is extended Manton, Becker's lawyer, cited ten der yesterday afternoon Baltimore & Ohio's control of the oth- apparent and if the city engineer will sons all told, of whom 399 were rescued -
.p 'jf :i i the settlement reasons why death sentence should only two merchants of Orange lines and its need for additional confer with us and decide as to loca- and landed here by the ships
T tni r *r ) tween the'Unledw& not be pronounced.He who appeared. Mr. V. W. as set out in its applicationfor tions for new poles the work can be Eureka and Lady Evelyn. The Stors
:f\ 'ie will probablyi said that an appeal would be peared to sustain the increased freight rates. Charges accomplished this summer. tad, at first reported to have more
.filed next Monday. This will act as a Mr. E. G. Duckworth appea have been made in congress that the "If this plan is adopted it will also than 300 survivors on board, has
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I i .t& ":..4.-, Were' that the A. stay of execution and a year may I test against it. The same Baltimore & Ohio was bearing the be possible to remove all except the sailed for Quebec after landing onlya
!i M \.. refused formally .elapse before the court of appeals that had been previously burden of certain "financiering." corner poles on Orange avenue be- handful of rescued and a numberof
hands down its decision. President Daniel Willard of the Central and Church
,i *e/ ":, :anza note, but gone over, and Councilman tween avenue dead.
&t :'1 and his cabinets Becker was taken to Sing Sing by offered a motion that the Baltimore & Ohio testified that when street. In order to do this, however, I The vessel, bound from Quebec for
.ias i : today a mes- .automobile in the custody of six deputy amended so as to allow an the agreement was made with J. P. the property owners will have to cooperate Liverpool, with seventy-seven first,

l : nIgJa :. L igara requesting I sheriffs. stead of thirty minutes for Morgan & Co. to take over the Cin- to the extent of changingsome 206 second and 504 third class pas-
i ) n< "_ he ived and a reply I stand at one place. Messrs. cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton it was of the present cut-ins to the sengers, was cut wide open by the
I ,*.l. : ROOSEVELT WILL STUMP FOR and Sperry voted for the understood no cash was to be paid but rear of the buildings. This is a mat- collier Storstad and sank within twen-

-- ._ -- PINCHOT but Mr. Robertson stood on that at the end of seven and one-half ter the city can handle. ty minutes in nineteen fathoms of
T's; GERMAN inal resolution and voted years the Baltimore & Ohio was to "The improvements above enumer- water. Of those saved the majority
31'Ll.J lEAVILY Philadelphia, May 28.-Col. Roose- Mr. Johnson asserted again buy from Morgan & Co. substantiallyall ated will contribute to the appearanceof appeared to be members of the crew
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velt's formal campaign for the Pro- lief that the people would the stock at a price that might Orange avenue and we expect the i'or from the steerage. Many were

gressive party this year probably will the day that the section was then be prevailing. These shares city will help us to perfect our plans." I badly.injured _and twenty-two died
I (" ".:.o, :.; ? .--:(Special)- be opened in Pennsylvania. While on In the course of his remarks numbered about 80,000. after being picked up.
i, !t 1 :i_ :93 has been im- his way to Washington he promised that the street cleaners "You have made cash advances to ARCTIC EXPLORERS LAND ON I I The crash occurred about 2 o'clock
tvt t 'b 1 mburg-American Allen T. Burns, Progressive chairmanof cars on Orange avenue the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Daytonup SIBERIAN COAST this morning off Father Point, Que-
Ii;' f: 'tl -... ":ar entering this Allegheny county, to speak in night, and that one man had to May 27, 1914 amounting to I I bec. The collier, bound for Quebec,
I'TI nifest, the orig- Pittsburg on June 30. car on the street three $21,989,4051" asked Louis D. Bran- St. Johns, N. F., Ma} 29.-Spe-( struck the Empress of Ireland on the
i I : ;tro 'ed to cover The date set is six days after Col. nights in succession while he deis, special counsel for the commis- cial.)-A message received here today I port side about the middle of the

i I'h r rto Mexico of a Roosevelt is to return from Spain, Jacksonville. Mr. Johnson sion. : announces that Captain Bob Bartlett I I ship. She literally tore her way back
.4 :. ammunition and and his address in all likelihood will the thirty minute limit was "Yes," said Mr. Willard. and crew of the Steffanson Arctic expedition -, almost to the liners' screws, leaving
I ptain of the Bal be the first extended political utter- inconvenient for him as for Brandeis read figures to show the on the steamer Karluk land- j Ia i rent through which the water

l, uaranteeing the ance of the campaign, unless he de- else, but he was willing to net corporate income deficit of the ed safely on the Siberian coast following -!I I poured in such a deluge that she
I : and appealed to cides to make a speech or a statement it or be arrested for violating Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton had the destruction of the ship in I I sank before many of the passengers
!IT.: ,for at Washingp before he sails for Europe on Satur Duckworth ventured to i I I increased in the past four years. an ice jam off North Herald island in I were aware of what had happened.
with the state The increase Mr. Willard said, was
; he were a policeman and January. I Brief wireless calls for help sent
I r.rt ;1 Funston de- day.William Draper Lewis, dean of the er Johnson violated the largely due to the large line of equip- out by the Marconi operator were
.\ ;. lit the fine. The law department of the University of he would be as quick to ment expenses.Mr. BASEBALL RESULTS heard by the pilot boat Eureka here, '
i..ti i ,. mpico this even- Pennsylvania and Progressive candi- any other."I Willard testified that it had ten miles from the scene, and the Eureka -

date for governor, traveled from New have been arrested," been estimated that control of the National League followed by the Lady Evelyn, a
'_. .... ..- York to Philadelphia with Col. Roosevelt missioner Johnson."So Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton wouldbe Brooklyn 0, New York 1. I I mail tender, made all speed for the ,'
i i I t-'iDA IUS POST- A delegation of Pennsylvania have I," said an additional source of profit to Philadelphia 3, Boston 1. I! spot. It was these two boats that
/ t A WEEK Progressives boarded the train here I Robertson. the Baltimore & Ohio by increased interchange Cincinnati 3, Pittsburg 2. i found afloat the few lifeboats that I II
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'.*, and rode through the city. To these "Everybody on this of business and that an- American League I|(were launched from the stricken ship
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l 4r.E the mandamus I Mr. Roosevelt said: a criminal record with the ticipations in that respect had been New York 3-0, Philadelphia 6.3. t and picked up the survivors they con-
1 *.*,, 1. J. F. McKinnon, "I am in Pennsylvania now and I of the mayor," said Mayor largely exceeded but that cost of operation Boston 0-6, Washington 1-5. tained. Three hundred and thirty- :
.Y. blic instruction, I am coming back, and when I do I will "We'll get you yet for has exceeded the estimate. Federal League nine were saved by the Lady Evelynand
)u : r the salary war- i have Dean Lewis and Pinchot with ners above the speed limit," Buffalo 5, Brooklyn 1.ChicagoIndianapolis sixty by the Eureka. Among aI
i, ; ir school teach- 'i me." As he said this he slapped Dr. missioner Robertson. (Now ISIUM JONES SENTENCED TO ; rain.. I those saved was Capt. H. G. Kendall,
,w. r ; yesterday for a I Lewis on the back. "I am taking an a good joke, but in order SERVE FOUR YEARS Baltimore 5, Pittsburg 7. of the Empress.
I 1\0 : ,s was engaged I enormous interest in Pennsylvania," ciate it you must know St. Louis 5, Kansas City 0. Most of the first class passengers
I '' nford, and could h<* continued, "and that is why I am Sperry has no automobile and Isham Jones was convicted of man- Southern League apparently perished. Among those ,
: : to conduct the going to speak in this state." speed of navigation is on an slaughter in criminal court yesterdayfor Memphis 2, New Orleans 0. I in the first cabin were Sir Henry t
a of the fact that I Several, hundred persons greeted of about 23.4 knots an hour. the killing of Alfred Dangerfieldand Nashville 9, Mobile 1. Seton Karr, a noted English lawyerand
j iday until after | Mr. Roosevelt at the station, where The record of the traffic sentenced to a term of four years. Chattanooga 12, Montgomery 8. I big game hunter, and Laurence I
deemed best to he left/the train to shake hands withas vcie was recorded in due Jones was a police officer under the Birmingham 7, Atlanta 6. Irving, son of the late Sir Henry Irving
j L' for a full week. I many as he could before the train Clerk Carl Jansen, but in negro municipality at Eatonville and South Atlantic League I and his wife, Mabel Hackney. Of ,
''Mr- delay and the starte( There was a great shout petition which was gotten claims to have shot Dangerfield in Columbus 8, Columbia 1. I a party of 140 Salvation Army members
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j ,::u.: Citing for their I I when I some one called for "threa the business men of the the exercise of his duty as an offi Jacksonville 5, Savannah 3. on board only twenty were res-
cheer4 for the old war horse." (Continued on page ) cer. Albany 18, Augusta 7. I (Continued on page 8)c )
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HOUR IN THE DAY SATURDAY, FROM 9 O'CLOCK TO 6 O'CLOCK EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE SOMETHING EXTRA GOOD, FOR ONE iff: .

WE ARE DETERMINED THAT EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD SHALL KNOW THE BIG STORE IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS. I'

DRY GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, SHOES, NOTIONS, AND GROCERIES ON FIRST FLOOR. LADIES' READY-TO.WEAR, CORSETS AND )
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NOT HELP DOING IT BY THOSE WHO VALUE THE PURCHASING POWER OF A DOLLAR, AND CARE FOR THEIR OWN INTEREST. ,.

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for CRASH TOWELING,a good heavy quality, 10 yardsto Wash Ties, worth 35c; for I', .

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at has Florida occurredof dur- Pensacola MOBILE, Fla., May CERTAIN 27.-By the I I For Sale 3l JPHr.ll9ine Jr
lay has brought adoption of an amendment by the senate -
committee for
commerce calling
who obit -
erg one
the necessary appropriation, the pro I have the following
1 as is much all impor-raoist- posed canal connecting Pensacola and I properties which I offerat !J When ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-

st these periods Mobile practically became a certainty ATTRACTIVE PRICES tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and
other yesterday afternoon. The commer- prior to goingnorth:
r any cropro
Edison Talking Machines and Records All
cial bodies of Pensacola and Mobile ,
main reasons, One California Bungalow -
.and other south Alabama and west
reeds and grass, I one house kinds of Musical Merchandise from
; two-story a jews
Florida towns have been active in behalf -I
ve the moisture. of the canal for the four o (corner lot.) Intending j
past to Grand Piano Office
be of giving the harp a Supplies and
|ultivations, then years. It will open a new route to buyers will do well to get 11
i that the countyrecommend export and domestic commerce, and in touch with me on the latest idea in postal cards. .
as will be the means of greatly increas above properties, which I !
ing iron and coal exports from Pen- both and well !
Where this isIt are new
cultivation oc- sacola. located. "You take the \v. S. BRANCH,
The canal is to be feet in
the season. The seventy Hot Bath, I'll take the
aking a growth width and seven feet in depth. Muchof FRED B. DALE ; Cold One"
the route selected needs but little The Arcade Book and Music Store
j>ut the ripening
that at this improvement. 306 ANDERSON STREET i Very polite but Boxnodxnes inconvenient -
needs a suffipire yet when there is
and enough damned in every lingo! PHONE 376 only water enough in the tank

I thorough stage But little, little do I care, for all "U>tUMMHIIilMMMin for one hot bath what can the
long been obn the sobs and sighing; I speed her up rest of the family dot The
[ ripens quickly and split' the air and keep the dust answer is simple, install a
ears are small a-flying! The clip I go is surely wild, the above with the remark that the
[if the growing but I shall make it faster; and here speed fiend would slow down if he RUUDAutomatic '
weather condi- and there I kill a child, and here and struck Orlando at this time, with the SAi.
e the growth is there a pastor! streets in such an impassable condi- Gas Water (

Note.-Col. J. N. Bradshaw handed tion.INSTRUCTION Heater

line needed that Nobody waU.-
continues until nobody worries Just arrived car load
-the service i*
nd that is that BALLOT unlimltedTheRuud
([mount of moist- never FORDS for immediate -
PRIMARY ELECTION. JUNE 2ND, 1914 lags=never dis
he roots, givingto appoints-You
| take from the DEMOCRATIC PARTY simply turn thefaucettbe delivery.Get .
need. II heater does the
herefoje, should Instructions: To vote for any candidate, make a rest yours nowF.
s are well made cross (X) in the square in the appropriate column, according Complete literature descriptive --

e dough stage, to your choice, at the right of his name. Vote # on request G. RUSH,
ical time in the your first choice in the first column; vote your second
ing. choice in the second column.If ORLANDO WATERLIGHT & Phone 226Hammond
[ CO.
there will be
a there is no second column at the right of a Gas Department
efore the ripen- name, vote your first choice only. Do not vote more
.n may continues than one choice for the same candidate.For .
and if so, it 7
pie to go in im-

and cultivate, United States Senator 'llllllllllllllllllllllltSUMMER 1
to wait for two
Vote Fot. One: TIME ISi
.roots have a
i the surface and DUNCAN U. FLETCHER I T
_- FLY TIME
this time
may JOHN N. C. STOCKTON I
cut off a part of Are those windows screen
advisable how- ----- -------------
: G ed yet? Patented detach-

to immediatelyy For Representative in Congress, Fourth o x able hangers used on all
conserve the Congressional District G screens. No 14dder need-
t it from escap- .. c ed to take off or put on
Vote for One: w N when washing windows.R. .
important probf -
the year and ST. ELMO W. ACOSTA ,11111 I I J. WALDRON _. .

made to con- CLAUDE L'ENGLEWM.H.MALONE I-i Contractor and Builder r "

Id continued cul- \ 410 West Street
e cause and se- 1'1 Gore
.
'lltittlMtlilMMiliMMI.iiForJlale .
ds of corn that W. J. SEARSALBERT I L
in the Southern
for,the farmers M. WILLIAMSONFor i i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
i
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cts at this
just -- -
-- ----
Commissioner of AgricultureVote
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
For One:
FIEND COMPARE
T. J. APPLEYARD, JR. I

1, in Judge) W. A. McRAE I I Modern-8-room OUR FURNITURE

onight, I'll be as
ce is; I'll scorch v For Justices of the Supreme Court House 2 doors PD\re provide the quality of furniture that has long

and rip the road Vote For Two: been accepted by knowing furniture\ buyers as the
ers make their west of Wyom- standard of merit. If ao article is here it is good.It .
JOHN C. AVERY I I
slow the snails wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \Ve can't make
hey place more W. H. ELLIS ing Hotel. Bar- I this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
than ever they of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
THOS. SHACKLEFORD I gain. I
hear me honk, I

nd then I'm lost For Members House of RepresentativesVote McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
old motor is a I ,
|is Elysian. For Two: A. L. Bentley, ft Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
highway now- C. P. DICKINSONS. I i
10 L AMELIA AVENUE J
r-and now and '
now and then a S. GRIFFINA. I ... .1111111111.1111111111.I %S>-.-
- - - -
there a flock of B. NEWTON I I -

ed or disabled.in J. H. REESE I L ..1111111111111111.111.1.1..111.1.111.1"-.11111111111111111 1111111....'
| wrath; but, 0 iMIMIIIilllHtlllMMMMIIMMIIMMMMOrlando

keep them sta For Congressional Committeeman, Fourth Dfrtr_ t

nd trips manger of yellow, and Vote For One: Bank & Trust Co

horse, and nowI LeROY B. GILES |

thunder past J. W. WILMOTT I I I Statement at Close of Business April 11; 1914
am for speed aid
[ there I kill a
RESOURCESReal
there --
a mutton.
,[or I'll die, and MIIMIilMMIilMIIMMMMtlilillllllMIIHIMMIMORLANDO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

oting. Oh, men : Loans and Discounts . . .. . . 378,166.14

y fly, but I go \ : Overdrafts . .. . .. . . . 1,225.23 .
Stocks and Bonds .. . . .. . .. 26,018.33
You blamed ga- Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
creation you're
ate and queeringall $904,906.09
[ this rushing LIABILITIES

ugh pursued by Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

[country and the Re-Discounts . . .. . . . . None
goes people on wheels hatin't Water & Light Co. Bills payable . .. .. . . . . . None ,

surrey. The law Deposits .. .. . . . . .. 770,793.72Due
|he heels and jail
to Banks and Bankers . .. .. . 2,832.59

y say not much,
Electricity $904,906.09
saster; I merely ,
clutch and scoot
.
tear along the Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . .. .$649,484.91

nipeg to Woos- Gas Water Ice : Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. . . . 770,793.72
e I kill a hen, .
ster. I care Increase in 37 days .. . . . .. lZlt, >US.Ol

or where my Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . .. . . 521,167.38
and then t Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . .. 770,793.72
a kitten.

aught Increase in 100 days .. . II II. 249,626,34
and =
Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
staly Telephone No. 6IlilllillillilllllllMMIt The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and '

Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
sible.
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ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKATION

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THE DAILY TO THE VOTERS OF ORANGE I MERCHANTS GIVES UP SEARCH FOR SWEETHEART .. no sS

COUNTY: AFTER 67 YEARS
South Florida SentinelMORNING I
'
(Continued from page 1)

AND WEEKLY I have been asked by a number of sequent to the meeting it is likely New York, May 28.-After 67

JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and 0"ntr. memberof that the will r years of waiting for the return of 0 EJ R
voters how I shall vote as a I question come up again
---- her sailor sweetheart, who went to I .
Florida the legislature of 1915 on the resolution Tuesday, and that Section 5 will be 1
Orlando.
Entered at the postoffice at -
u Second Clam Mail Matter. submitting to the people for repealed.Mr. sea in 1847 as the third officer of an

ratification or rejection a constitu- Duckworth claimed that trade American merchantman on a voyageto

Daily, 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$5.00 tional amendment providing for statewide had been driven away from Orlandoon China with her promise to marry
Daily, 6 Months ....................... ISO prohibition.I him on his return, "Apple Mary"Walsh
Daily 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 account of the ordinance, and this 84 old, has decided to
flatly 1 Month ....................... .50 have, been asked by some how I was in line with claims made at the years
desert her station at the Battery for
shall vote as a member of the legis- previous hearing. The question is a TENT
Weekly 1 Year .......... ............ 1.00 I more comfortable quarters on Blackwell's -
Weekly 6 Months ......,.:........,.... .7f lature on the resolution submitting to close one, with arguments on each
,,--- -- -- the people for ratification or rejec- side, and for that reason is difficultto Island.
heat led to reach
The "Apple Mary"
TO ADVERTISERS: tion a constitutional amendment pro- determine to the satisfaction of
her decision. She asked a policemanto
viding for equal suffrage.I all.
Copy for display tnd all wJi r hand-aet arrest her. She was taken beforea
tdcrtuinf most be handed in at the buaineuffic have given these questions due
of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. police magistrate, who, after hear-
the day before publication. This rule applies consideration, and have reached the if he had known such to be my views.I .
U changes for contract advtrtitinc; it ii conclusion that it would be my dutyas ing her story, committed her as re
Invariable and will be strictly adhend to. may add as a last word, that I quested. AFTER[ SUPPER
whole
a representative of the peo-
want all the votes that I can get butI "Apple Mary" explained that she
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued ple to vote in favor of submittingthese am not going to buttonhole on
should notify the office in writing on for you received a letter from her sailor boya
the date of expiration otherwise it will be amendments to the people election day and badger you to vote after his departure. After
continued at the regular subscription rates them to determine.I for year
untH notice to stop is received. me.I that no trace of his ship ever was
believe that where there is any
have placed my candidacy before recorded, but she always expected to TEN TIMES WE HAVE ANNOUNCE]
demand for questionto .
SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914. considerable any
and believe with the informationyou
you meet him some day at the Battery,
be written into the organic law of EVENT-TEN TIMES WE'VE MORE]
have that my record is well where they parted on the day he
THE WEATHER the state that the people should be FULFILLED OUR PROMISES
enough known for you to vote intelli- sailed.
given the opportunity to express their gently. I have spent all of my ma- THIS TIME-COME AND LET US PI

Florida: Generally fair Saturdayand opinion, for and against, at the ballot ture life in Florida, and for the past ad. will TO YOU.
The Sentinel's "want way"
box. I do not believe that in such
Sunday; light to moderate varia- ten years I have been in dose touch :
ble winds. cases the representative himself I get you results. Try an ad. in these We know that some of these sale
with the affairs of the state three
;
should by asserting his personal opin- t columns for satisfactory results. reached nigh unto the limit in legitimate
of that time I
have in
years spent
ions become an obstacle in the way ofa I Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentMtMltiHHIMMIitttfH Now we intend to go a little beyond-J
The Orange avenue merchants are Tallahassee and most of that time in
free expression by the people. The r taken losses before-and feel that
in dead earnest about that parking and about the state house. I don'tknow - '
people are the seat and origin of all stand a few more just to add to the p
ordinance; they are certainly "agin"it. everything that is worth know-
power in a Democratic government, of this selling occasion.
ing but I do know a great deal that
and I am willing to trust and abide T. F. HOURIHANLicensed
o many representatives don't know,and We've talked pretty loud about ou]
the will of the people as expressed in
Honest now, isn't that worn out, the constituted and provided. this knowledge would be of great Plumber and Supper Sales-but never as yet, too loj
I ways
antiquated street sprinkler just a tri- I I do not wish to be misunderstood. help to me in serving you as a rep- Sanitary Engineer we don't intend to.You'll .
fle too out of date for an to date resentative. I have announced my
up I am not an advocate of woman's suf- Estimates Furnished jobbing shout louder than we, when yj
town of Orlando's importance? willingness to serve you if you want Attended to.
Promptly
but I recognize a growing and
frage, and see-AND SAVE.
o me. Now it is up to you.Respectfully .
insistent demand among many of our PHONE 6z9

The West Palm Beach Sun says best people for this question to be 106 Court Street FROM 7 TO 10 P
that Albert Williamson paid his "dis- J. H. REESE.
submitted to a vote. As a representative

respects" to Claude L'Engle. In Al- of those who favor as well as ORLANDO, FLORIDA I NO LENGTH RESTRICTIONS

bert's case is is a matter of disre- those who oppose equal suffrage it Buy your garden seed from DeLa- 4-2l-lm
& Abernethy. Just received
ney a
spects, to be sure. would become duty to vote
plainly my big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf 111111111111111111.111111.SJECJ.A..L ;TURKISH TOWELS WHITE \\
o in favor of submitting the question to

A Kansas man says he has discov- all the people. If a majority of them I Fine large size, heavy somethiij GOODHere's

ered or invented a potato that grows want it, then by all that is Demo- close make. Would be aleading about.1,500 yJ
without tops. If this is so how will cratic they have the right to have it. and fancy crepe)

our farmers in future feed their flocks My attitude on the state wide prohi- line for any big Rice Cloths, Gr.

of potato bugs? bition is just the same. By no log- store to sell at 15 cents Batiste, Piqu
and I
Spots, plain
o ical reasoning can fish be made of one each. Saturday night, tines, etc., etc.,]

The Fourth congressional district and fowl of the other. I believe in inch worth less !
dozen ____________ $1.35
of Florida is composed of the coun- the principle of local option. Not a yard-some uj
1-2 doz ____________69c Saturday night
ties of Monroe, Dade, Palm Beach, only as regards the liquor question, 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and

St. Lucie, Osceola, Brevard, Orange, but as regards the hog and stock law Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford

p Seminole, Volusia, Putnam St. Johns, and the school qeustion and all other Shock Absorbers. Run miles LADIES' PURE LACE CO
3,600
Clay and Duval-no wonder five candidates questions affecting organized units of
SILK HOSE
; are eagerly hoping for an op- government. But the people of the In dainty Swissj

portunity to represent their people in whole state have a right to vote on.I The guaranteed "dollar ian and Belgian j
in Black White
quality" exquisite ds sigr
Washington. It's a special honor.- this question and I as a representative and all colors. patterns-white!

3 Miami Metropolis. will not do anything to keep them 1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine Your: choice of the famous of them wj
o from exercising that right; on the dition-full con$350 "Pheonix." 'IGordon" many
equipment and even more.
In the fourth district Claude L'En- other hand I shall vote to allow them or "Everwear", Sat-
___79c night, each j jFANCV
t urday night, pair ----
their views.I
: gle, elected as congressman at large to give expression to 1

two years ago, is a candidate againsta make this statement prior to the I

bunch, consisting of Wm. H. Ma- primary because I think it is the right GROCERY DEPARTMENT PA

lone'of Key West, W. J. Sears of Kis- and honest thing to do. I don't do it I 50 only-dainty]

+: simmee, and St. Elmo Acosta and Al- to make votes, because I know that I San Juan Garage Co. VanCamp's parasols. They
One dozen baby-size for our opening]
shall lose votes doing it. But I
bert M. Willaimson of Jacksonville. by
milk ________ 45c so positively nej
S L'Engle has done more hard work would rather not go to Tallahassee',! Lard We have bunclf

i and made more sacrifices in that last as your representative than to come Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24 at-1b__pail__-__Snowdrift----- -____40c though together' many at oncq of

dozen years than any other public back and have some supporter tell me 10 lb pail Snowdrift Lard worth three til

man in Florida, and the people of the that he would never had voted for me ---- -------- I at _____ ___ ______81.00 'price ofSATURDAY..___

fourth district will be ungrateful to I SATURDAY NIGHT

him and unjust to themselves if they ''ttllHMIi ittitmtMHttittttmiimmiiMi *.
r do not re-elect him.-Ocala Star. .

o Connects yon with a reliable Drug Store ol : All Day Sped

Swept away like a cobweb are the 31 years standing. It is a pleasure (o buy :

' dreams of some who thought they ?n T anything not in stock and deliver it to you.McELROY'S .
were to be enriched at the expense of : SATURDAY

owned the big the steamship ill fated Titanic.company,It which is no O n e w e n"y PHARMACY j CARMASOLE LACES

LACES Ysl
2,000 yards,
joking matter, however, as, althoughthe To be correctly dressed

company has lost heavily enough, lace corset covers must Torchon and shj

and would not have sent the great IMHMMMMIIIIIItttfHMtMimtimtltttltttMMttltlMMMtttllllltltti be included in the ward- \\idths-edg

ship to the bottom intentionally, yet robe, 1,500 yards Engush

the people paid for a safe passage, including .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111, .' and Swiss French Camasole, laces 25c and 35c a!

the transportation of their ef- I, go on sale all day Sat-

fects, and it seems that in spite of thecourt's II urday for 16 cents. Many day Saturda.
worth 35 cents.UNTR1MMED. yard --------
ruling, they should at least be

entitled to indemnity for these losses,

even if not for that of loved ones.- HATS TRIMMED

Fort Myers Press. 50 only-of this season's 25 only, Paris i
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
o i favorite conceptions, valAmerican patt

Judge Samuel B. Adams of Savan- Commencement Day an important event in the ues from $2.25 to $4.00. No two alike.

nah, an astute lawyer and elegant lives of people should receive some fitting markof Your choice Saturday to $15.00. Yo

gentleman, employed by the naval appreciation young and encouragement to commemorate the : for ____________ ____49c SaturdayGroeerySpee----

stores trust to defend it against pros- than gift of
occasion. What could be more fitting a :
ecution, says that the said prosecu- Jewelry? .

tion is pitiless and heartless; that it .. }

put the company out of business and DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe

placed a blight on a great industry.We II

would not question the earnest- direct the attention of relatives and friends to : ALL DAY SATURDAY

ness of the judge's statement. But the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : Dale Butter Ib
Golden
per -----------
the judge does not tell how heartlessand store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- I
New Potatoes, per peck --------------
pitiless the operation of the trust est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia-
House Cleanser 6 for
Light ,
----------
was, that put scores of competitorsout mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values : '
Jell-0 Ice Cream and Desert Powder, all
of business and and assortment. :
brought blight flavors, 3 for ____________________
upon many smaller and A visit to store will be appreciated and involves
concerns our : Omeaga Flour, 12 lbs for ____________
blasted the hopes of the men engagedin no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
Omeaga Flour, 24 lbs for _____________
them. Then again, the judge does .

not seem to remember that the same .. MEN'S FURNISHINGSMen's

trust pleaded guilty once to the same Caps, $1.00 value ___________

charge and upon being let off with a Men's Belts, 33 1-3 per cent off
fine pledged itself in open court never

to pursue the same methods again;

that the officials of the company were

caught again at the same business, .

tried, convicted and sentenced; thatno DIOKSONII I

one of the men so sentenced has

ever seen the interior of a cell, and the Jeweler : !.

probably never will; that it is money,

criminal money, which has flouted and DEPARTMEN

treated with contempt the mandate of I

the courts; and that it is due to the OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE :. :

power of such money that the excel- : : Orange Ave., Orlando'sMUTILATED
.
lent ability of such men as the worthy .
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING : i
judge can be engaged to assist the !

criminal in escaping his just deserts. I[ I

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6.A1 DECORATION[ DAY Will BE tMIMMMMIIIIIMIMM o D GllDCDGllDQDGllDQDGllDQDGllDG ::=10
I FAVORITE THEATRE j ii (fI'- 11:1'

BY MANY
OBSERYH1 | ROBINSON A STARKEY, ManagersOpen9a.m.to10:30P.M a

DO, FLA. SI .Grillm !i ==== aa .

Veterans and Members of Woman'sRelief II a lei flAtAlten's"Commencement t
V
| Admission 5 cents I
Corps Will Gather at I
went down to Mayor Sperry's House DGllDGDOIIDGDGllDGDOIIDGDQllDQTODA
to'isit her
Y'S PROGRAM .
SELLS
Pillans. BUYS AND "
Decoration day will be observed by
"The Story of David Craig. With
members of the G. A. R. and the Wo- REAL ESTATE Jane Gail and Matt Moore in a two
from
returned man's Relief Corps today, the exercises reel Imp. drama. Founded on the Time
ere she has been being simple in character but great problem of today-the strug-
gle between capital and labor-the
[Dr. Lawrence.
and commemorative in
impressive play concerns a girl who worked Is Here
every essentialThe 600 acres south of Winter against her rich father to aid strik- V

went to Eustis arrangements are in charge of Garden and west of ers and a man, Greig, who with new -
lit in the insti- Mrs. E. F. Sperry, and those who wishto ideas brings about peace. An entranc- Want a present for that one
of Archer Gotha, including 10 acre ing love story is woven in.
Royal
will the
participate gather at "Hands Invisible" Powers drama, who graduates? You can getit
Sperry home at 1 o'clock, and from orange grove. The entire with Edwin August, Ethel Davis and D
that point will go to the cemetery covered with ; Hal August. The tradition of morals at our store without any
tract
left yesterday where the graves of the departed sol- I teach that no matter how deeply and trouble and but little ex
timber. Two securely a crime is buried it will someday
eLand, after a diers will be decorated. ; yellow pine be exhumed to confront its au-
daughter, Miss Mrs. Sperry and other ladies of the miles of lake shore. thor. pense.
corps were busy yesterday in making The lucky number was 1917. Mrs.
423im4MIIMIMMMMMIMMH Gannon was the winner. Next drawing D: VD
wreaths and other emblems of vines Every Graduate
will be Friday, June 5. at 4:30.
.Goesswein have and flowers for use in this service.

Lake Davis and Those who have flowers to contribute n
[uthhampton, Pa., should send them to the Sperry home ST. J JOSEPH'S COMMENCEMENT should have something now, ,

during the forenoon. BAPTIST PASTOR RESCUED[ BODY D that they can keep for years, -

HELD AI LUCERNE THEATfRHouse to remind them of mends II
T. Barr and two MRS. STEVENS AT THE LUCERNE OF f DROWNED WOMAN
loved ones and the happiest
their car this SUNDAYDr. U
feze to spend a Was Crowded Last Night to days of their life.

Carpenter, of Tampa, says of Picnic Ends in Tragic Manner When Hear Pupils in Song Recita-
Mrs. Stevens: "She can say more Mrs. Grubb, Bride of a Year, I
tion and Sketch
one of Sanford's and say it better in the time given Loses Her Life Allen & Co.

spent yester- her than any man or woman I have ,
ting friends and heard." Mrs. Stevens will speak at Ocala, Fla., May 29Mrs. George The last of the week's commence-

the Lucerne Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Grubb, of this city, was drowned in ments was held at the Lucerne last Jewelers

Let everybody in Orlando hear her. Lake Weir late Thursday afternoon, night when the pupils of St. Joseph's

her daughters, We will have good music. The choirs in the sight of several hundred picnickers academy entertained a crowded house Repairing. .

Mary, and son, from the different churches will unite after an effort had been with a program of unusual excellence.The .
ght for Philadelthe for this occasion. :Mr. Curry will made to rescue her. Miss Mills, also exercises were opened with Everything Guaranteed.

winter most sing "Tell Mother 111 Vote Dry." All of this city, had a narrow escape march and song of welcome by the
do. "white ribboners" in the city are from a like death. She was rescuedby girls of the school and this was followed -

urged to be present. Seats reservedfor R. H. Barnett. Others attemptedto by a series of recitations, songs

and little daugh- W. C. T. U. members. Do not save :Mrs. Grubb, but she sank before and drill in which the honor pupils

ve returned to miss the opportunity of hearing this anyone could get to her. Her had individual numbers, and a playletwas cn.tIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
land, after a few gifted woman. body was recovered soon afterwardby introduced which proved a delightful I Or -a

[brother, Dr. N. J. Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pastor of diversion.Mrs. .
Agnes recited MAHLON GORE STRICKEN WITH the Firts Baptist church, who dived J. H. Reese and Mr. Cestia tfI

r Wednesday andd PARALYSIS for it until he managed to reach the Lawton each sang a solo, and each tl

delighted every body. All efforts at resuscitation responded to encore. Rev. Father I I $ yor.jm91 fl

Mr. Mahlon Gore suffered a strokeof failed The body was brought backon M. Fox presented the diplomas and

paralysis Wednesday while he and the excursion train which had car- medals.

Jifford Fuller will Mrs. Gore were in the country on a ried the joyous party to the lake ear- The arithmetic medal was won by

'home near Lake visit to their Conway grove. He was lier in the day. Miss Mabel Lundgren, and Miss Em- Great Reducti
Jnd start for the brought back to town and is still in The two ladies were the last of the ma Lundgren won the silver medal

tive point being a precarious condition, being unable bathers in the water. They had been for general excellence. This medalwas

ere they expect to to speak and otherwise disabled. :Mr. hanging to the side of a boat, in drawn for by Misses Antoinette
mer. Mr. Fuller Gore is one of Orlando's pioneer cit- what was supposed to be shallow Mayer and Mary Hand. During the entire week

gaged in looking izens, and is highly respected by all. water not far from shore. When they The eighth grade diplomas were price onSalted
terests during his He has hundreds of friends who will got ready to come out they let go of awarded to Edwin McDowell, Margaret Pecans
I four months.: learn of his affliction with deep sor- the boat and slipped into a deep hole. Lancaster, Marie Barksdale and -Salted Almonds
-Filled Dates
H MMONLIGHT row, and they will hope that he may They screamed when they came up Cora Slauter. .
) PIC- be permitted to live many years yet. and Mr. Barnett, plunging in, seized The program follows: -Putted Figs
SIX'S POINT Miss Mills and brought her out. Oth- Grand march and song of welcome, -Plum Pudding..
DEATH OF MRS. PRIESS ers tried to reach :Mrs. Grubb but girls.

people enjoyed atit failed. Address, Miss Marie Floyd.

picnic at Rus- Mrs. John H. Priess died Tuesday Mrs. Grubb was just twenty years Postman drill, Little Boys.
THE SANITA
fight First cames morning at her home just south of old and had been married just a year. Recitation, "The Spider and the
| was followed by the county home. :Mr. and :Mrs. Priess She was a sister of W. B. Flandersand Fly," Miss Rosa Kanner.

ayson Branch and and little daughter came here from came here from the west. The Solo, "Dainty Dorothea" (DeKo- CARUTHERPhone

de the music, ands Nebraska about eight weeks ago, hop- funeral will occur this afternoon. yen), Mrs. Reese.
| chaperon. Those ing that the change would be benefi- Playlet, "The Ghost in the Board- Phone 200

Misses Dorothy cial to :Mrs. Priess, who had tubercu- CAMP FIRE GIRLS TO HAVE ing School.". Characters: :Miss Brown,
[lulholland, Marga- losis trouble. Mr. and :Mrs. Sands CANDY SALE principal of boarding school, Miss

orothy Slemons, came from Owensboro, Ky., to attend Mabel Lundgren; Annie, who becomesthe CUT FLOWERS AND

fcna Walker, Helen the bedside of their daughter and yesterday The Osceola Wohelo Camp Fire ghost, Miss Clara Blass; Lizzie FUNERAL"IIIII
[is; Messrs. N. B. accompanied the body back to Girls will sell candy Saturday after- and May, pupils of boarding school,

Hurlbert, George Owensboro for burial. The body was noon, beginning at 3 o'clock, in frontof Misses Lancaster and Lane; Gladys, IIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"
[Walton, Richard in charge of Undertaker Hand. the Yowell-Duckworth store. Be the new pupil, Miss :Marie Barksdale.

er, Robert Lewter, -- sure to buy your Sunday supply of Solo, "Sombre Woods" (Lully), Mr. Seventh Grade Promoted to Eighth
[Harris. Don't forget the auction today at them. 5-29-2t Lawton. White Star MarketSanborn
Master Fred Frey, general average
10 a. m. and 7:30 New and Scarf drill Girls.
p. m. sec- ,
93; Miss Clara Blass, general aver- Bros., Proprietors.NO .
ICE ond hand household goods will be sold. CHICKENS Solo, "The King's Highway," Miss age 93; Miss Margaret Cavanaugh,
Brown's, on Pine street. It Rose Kanner. 921-2 Miss Henri
general ;
average
[ting of the stock- All kinds of chickens at Self mar- Picture, "Columbia*" Miss Marie 91 :Miss
etta Rock, general average ; ,
County Fair As- If you have not paid your taxes ket today. It Wescott. Ethel Fisher, general average 8-1 1-4. r e c
(Id at the San Juan your property is advertised and will Song, "The New Hail Columbia," Eighth Grade Promoted to Ninth
'uesday, June 2nd., be sold next week. BOSTON AND SWORD FERNS- School
Master Edwin McDowell general
small plants-lOc. and 15c. each; ,
Farewell, Miss Margaret lancas-
JEAL, Secretary... Frying size chickens at Self's mailed in the county; for a short time average 90; Miss Margaret Lancaster,
mar- only. Miss Hope Starbuck, 405 Liv- ter. general average 88; Miss Cora Slau-
I ket today. It ingston avenue. Phone 521. It Conferring of diplomas and honors, ter general average 8134. i
,
auto livery, phone
Rev. M. Fox.
Ninth Grade Promoted to Tenth
3-5-tf Eat what you want Eat what you want. Excellence Roll
Miss Mabel Lundgren, general average -
Eat all all
want. Eat want
you you
Sentinel Price Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. Miss Mary Hand, Miss Emma Lund- 94; Miss Marie Floyd, general
ag I For sale by all druggists. For sale by all durggists.MtllllllimillliillllHHMIIIimMIMMMMMMM. gren, Miss Antoinette Mayer. average 921-2; Miss Marie Barksdale,
1.7.: &w.lyr 1 1.d&w.lyr The following pupils deserve spe- general average 8814.
cial mention for not missing a single
day since the beginning of the term: MATTER WHAT CUT you select
Miss Frances Rock, Miss Agnes Cav- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY you get first class meat at this

anaugh, Miss Vivian Robertson, :Miss market. For we handle only choice
WANTED-Young man to take tick grain fed cattle and small stock from
Mabel Master Edwin McDowell
The Lundgren,
t Lucerne
TodayOne ets and usher. Apply Grand thea- which all cuts are better than the
Miss Henrietta Rock, Miss ter box office. 5-29-3t
Margaret Cavanaugh.The prime cuts from a stock of lower

following drew for the gold GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be grade. A trial will prove our meats
medal won by Edwin McDowell: Miss had in private family by applyingto worth, more, though we do not charge
407 South Orange avenue. 5-30-6t it.
Mabel Lundgren, Miss Marie Floyd,

of the most sensational four reel featuresever Miss Clara Blass, Miss Henrietta Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., Phone 23
produced. Rock, Miss Margaret Cavanaugh, for prices on Cow Peas 429mHMHIIIMMIIIMMM' 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

Master Edwin McDowell, Master Fred

Great Bullion Frey.Fifth Grade Promoted to the Sixth If your paper is not delivered
Robbery promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Miss Mary Hand, general average Shoe Repairing :
961-8; Master Carol Floyd, general

Thrilling and tense from start to finish.e average 922-8; Master Roland Blass, by PARCEL POST WOOD, COAL AND ICE
90 2.8 Miss Rose
general
average ;
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
reader in another part of this paper. Kanner, general average 881-8; Master Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Walton Rex, general average Men's Half Soles, 7Se to 8Se l
Half Soles, 60c to 75e
ord and Mabel Normand 861-8; Miss Dorothy Lane, general ladies'
Sterling in
"At
Coney Island Robertson Children's Half Soles, sOcto 75e Sentinel want ads. are money get-
875-8 :Miss Vivian
|ne comedy, full of laughs. This picture was played Thurs- : average, general average; 78 78. Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.

will be repeated today by request of our many patrons.n I Sixth Grade Promoted to the Seventh ) Heels Repaired, 25c

Miss Antoinette Mayer, general average -: All work returned in :4 hours.
Orders without remittance returned -
: First Floor Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents 931-8; Miss Emma Lundgren, C. 0. D. We pay
general average 92 7-8; )Master Dewey return postage.
Hand, general average 901.8; Miss
Balcony 5 Cents to All. Frances Rock, general average 87 3-8; I DR. J. C .HOWELL

Miss Margaret Baier, general aver- A. Hanson Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo

85 Miss Agnes Cavanaugh, 19 East Pine Street ; extra charge for house treatment
itinnous
show from 2 m. to 10 age ; general
p. p. m.:11111111"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII average 83; Master Leroy Hoe- ORLANDO FLORIDA Telephone connections
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I hereby announce my candidacy for Hep-
t' Pensacola, Fla., May 27.-Over two resentative from Orange county subject to MUNNIMAKERS
; months have passed since Pensacolaand the action of the Democratic primary to be This
{ held June.2nd. Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For WayYour
the immediate vicinity have been J. H. REESE. Rent eta. for this column 25c for one day
' benefited by a rain. Not since March SOc for three days or f LOO for one week for
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
25 has the precipitation been enoughto I advertisements fer this column, as no
get a mark more than a "trace"on hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Representative ta. insertions will be made on credit. doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagno]

the weather records of Pensacolaand the action of the Democratic primary ta beheld case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical p|
June 2nd. FOR SALE
a "trace" in weather parlance is S. S. GRIFFIN. stock two three and YES if had been filled with
Nursery one, ; your prescribtion drugs of quality, you w
a very light drizzle. four year old buds; Foster Early,
It has been many months and years FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

since Pensacola experienced such a hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle
Repsesentative from Orange county for the I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf
long dry spell and the result thus far next session of the Florida Legislature, sub
is that crops of all kinds have beenso ject June to 2nd.the Democratic primary to be held FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare NOT THE DOCTORS PAUL

badly damaged that the yield has C. P. DICKINSON.FOR bargain; recently completely over i
5t hauled and made good as new in every -
been cut down on some fully one-
REPRESENTATIVEYielding parr; guaranteed first class con-
t third and on cabbage more than half. dition; must be sold at once, even at But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug st
s The truckers in the country and to what appears to be the de- sacrifice. Come, or address, White
sire of leading citizens in almost every precinct of high quality would have been used. Your: prescription would have beenas
Farm
Rock Fla.
r the gardeners in the city long ago assumed of Orange county that one of the can- Poultry Leesburg,
- didates to be nominated for Representativein 4-23-tf
doctor wrote it.Don't.
an attitude of watchful wait- your
: the primary election of June 2nd should
ing-waiting for the rain that has :I be from the country precincts I hereby aD' PROPERTY in the vicinity of New

failed to come and many of them nounce myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. York city, with residence, to exchange .
FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC for Orlando property on cash
have given up almost in despair. INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 valuation. J. M., 307 West street,
Weather records show that the total Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w ForgeThat
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
deficiency in rainfall since January election as a Member of the County Board of
Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere
1 less than five months is
or ,
County Florida. child can be kept with me.
r nearly eight inches, so one can judge M. M. SMITH. Pleasant surroundings more important a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The
i that there is very little moisture in MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION than salary. Address J. C., care
i& the ground. The great damage has Sentinel. 5-27.2w be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of o
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
been wrought by the lack of rainfallat for re-election to the office of Member of pie, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you
FOR SALE-A good mare sound and
Board of Public Instruction Orange County ;
when
the
the very season of year i from District No.3. subject to the coming gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla. nate-it chanees this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your ow
crops needed it worst, and unless' primary.. Very respectfully 5-20-dlOt-wlmo

rt.t. there is relief real soon the vast watermelon Zellwood, Fla. WJL EDWARDS. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug]

yield that had been expectedall FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR SALE-Six room house, bath, People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage)
over this section will be. cut to a I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor hot and cold water, garage, hun-
s great extent to judge from reports re-electwn to the office of Supervisor of dred foot square corner lot, frontingon
Registration for Orange County subject to a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net
1' received in this city. the Democratic. primary to be held June Znd.191t. price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S,"

FRANK.H. WILLIAMS. care Sentinel. 5-24-6t

FOR COMMISSIONER I FOR SALE-A large horse, & Aberneth
young
I hereby announce myself a candidate for DeLaney ;
re-election as County Commissioner from buggy and harness. Good milk
District No. 1 of Orange county subject to cow. Address Box 48, Route 1.
the action of the primary of June 2nd Your 4-28-3t
support will be greatly appreciated
M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR WANTED-Unfurnished room in pri- Next Door lOc Store. Orlando]

COUNTY TREASURERI vate house; light housekeeping;
hereby announce myself.a candidate for town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore
rea prer of Orange County subject to the avenue, Orlando. 5.24
Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1911.J. .
H. TUCKER.
WANTED-Grove work, pruning and Dr. Buchmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR P
FOR SHERIFFI
hereby announce myself as a candidate doctoring trees a specialty, by experienced AND DO ALL KINDS OF
for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the horticulturist and orange Look through yo
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. grower. Would take care of property OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some s
FRANK GORDON. through summer or permanent. Address Osteopathic Physician you are in need.
FOR SHERIFF II C. G. Hennig, 215 West street us at 24 and we
south. 5.22-6t 132 Avenue order and do the
I announce myself as a candidate for the Orange sat \
office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, the lowest pric
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a LOST-Crochet bag, containing an Next door to People's Bank high grade work. I
native of Orange lOunt). In asking the votesof ,
my fellow ,itizens,I pledge myself to discharge embroidered handkerchief with the best attention. Sent
the lutes of the office without fear letter "B," alligator purse, about five up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
or favor to any man for the upholding of the dollars in charge. Return to this of- diseases treatedTelephone
laws and the preservation of peace and good fice and receive reward. Mrs. Flor- Write F. F. Dutt
order in the county. for prices on Toma
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR ence Beardall. 5-26-3t 578.Up DR. L H. RAMSDEU Pepper Crates.

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OPTOMETRIST
DISTRICT NO. S LOST-Two Airdale terriers weigh
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor about 35 pounds each; ; names"Sandy" to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber StampsWarman's
S
Repair
the office ef Member of the County
is
the kind you want. Where to get
and "Michael. Reward.E.
Board cf Public Instruction from School .
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO. FLORIDAPut
Board District N* 3. subject to the action Beeman. 5-12-tf
of Democratic June 2nd, 1914. Entrican. 1-20-tf
the
primal --- -- If you want you
.? First class Brazing a specialty a1, If elected I will give thoughtful attention to SEE OUR SPECIAL OFFER to money in thy purse by adver- a hurry take it to
Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St. the faithful educational service. interests of the county and first twenty students enrolling in the Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf ; tising in the Sentinel Shop.lllimMMMMtOtlHMHMtiMMmt .
Business College. You must act at
12-6-tf. C. H. GALLOWAY. _ u ___ _____
in order obtain of -- -- -- -
once to advantage -- --- ---
i FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC it. Southern Schools of Commerce,
rs INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 Hand building. 5-24-3t CMMMIMMMIIIIMMHMIHIMMi
I hereby announce myself as candidate for
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY the Public office Instruction of Member from of School the County Board Board District cf

i By Claude L'Engle No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic FOR SALE-Five passenger, four IT'S TIME 10 THE UP hIIOU
E primary), June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will cylinder Mitchell automobile. This
give due attention to the work of the office, car is worth $600, but $350 cash will ..
r Dont't Get Stung- and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair to all the school buy it if taken now, as I have no..

z' J. B. REDDITT. place to keep it. It is a big bargain.S. .
May bees are good little insects


i! But they, don't fly in June Commissioner am FOR a candidate COUNTY of for COMMISSIONERI Orange the office county of Count from- G. Dolive.FOR RENT 5.27.3t f FURNISHING I I QUESTION[ l INEARNEST

In the June primary- District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
Don't waste time on May people to the best of my ability having resided -
here number of I
a years am qualified FOR RENT-Two office in
', bees. 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. a STARBIRD Electric Co. 3-29-tf

Some other man may be in I

}= line with progressive De- I hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER yrelf a candidate for TO ern RENT-Some houses. Daetwyler very desirable, phone mod-563. 1 I Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a p<

l mocracy. re-election 5, Orange as county Commissioner Florida,from subject District tohe No. 4-26-tf :I delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an

Some able to other think man for the may people be June action 2nd.of the 1114.Democratic primary J. L DILLARD.to be held FOR RENT-Parties to rent new going bungalow north completely desire -- ,j pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are re]

after election, furnished. Attractive location. ble in every sense of the word.
But may be some other manwon't. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONS 203 Ridgewood avenue. 5-28-3t '1
I hereby announce myself u a nindMitti MMMMMMMIMIMMMMMMIMMMIMMMIMHM'j
for County Commissioner: Orange County FOR RENT-Six room house, in first I ;
And may be you'll get District Four, nbject to the action of the class condition. No. 210 N. Orange I \
enables y\
Democratic primary Jane CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Plan
2nd. 1914. I win j | Payment
stung fooling with him. greatly appreciate your support avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or-

You know that Claude Yours C. J.truly SWEET. lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf I | to purchase good on extended payments, without the expense ) joi\\

i L'Engle is NOT a may be; Pine Castle, Fla.
that he will MISCELLANEOUSWE clubs other Our salesmen will explain tl
You know FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER \ \ ing or any formalities.
think and act for you, I announce. mjteff\ as a candidate for reelection
Because he is in Con- to the office of County Commissioner ARE PREPARED to give your ; j feature to you. .
now Orange County District Five subject children the graded school work dur-
to the decision of the Democratic primary
gress doing this very thing. June, Sad 1914. ing the summer. This embraces Eng 'llMMMMMIIIMIMMItMliMCmnnttMHilllHttMMHIKincaid
\ When you can get a sure Respectfully, lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship,
E. L. BROWN typewriting and other subjects
thing any
Ft. Christmas, Fla.
in the schools. Southern
taught graded -
Don't risk the best chance
FOR TAX ASSESSOR Schools of Commerce, Hand build-
t that ever happened. I hereby announce my candidacy for the ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject
Claude L'Engle has been
to the action of the Democraitc 1
primary NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet & SnowdFurniture
z time-tried and firetested called for Jane %nd, 1914. If nominated and
elected I pledge you my faithful service. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
in the fights for the ARTHUR BUTT. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant

people's rights. FOR TAX COLLECTORI Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
He is the one sure thing hereby announce myself as a candidate
OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof
of Characterat
for you in this race for Orange County subject to the Democratic Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof
Congress in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If reelected all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-
I pledge to you my faithful service
Your solicited. S.
District.He a* I have endeavored to give in the past son. patronage
w. B. MARTIN Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm Prices.
is there for one term, Popular ........

Keep him there for another Who is your painter and decorator Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
: Vote for Claude L'Engle If you are satisfied keep the one you at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.

first. have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 5-19tf. ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Fl<

Take a chance seconds 1.20-tf Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford -

r., _, Job printing at the Sentinel. 519tf., Fla. Write or phone for prices. H4\,\\\,\\\'\tMUTILATEDF \\ " " ',....

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Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5 ; four cylinders, casten and in value for the money. .
) bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-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 silver :
co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.
[ V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: :
See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

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court house in the fastest
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that several ac- fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

e assembly are vic ,f I I Low Round Trip RatesFROM full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
ing of the church.
[he action yesterday JACKSONVILLE big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

St.lol $37.75 Cticu $43.50 Gacnoati$33.00 old and everything in the Meat Line.
boards of the va- getting must sell.
.
D.lnr SS.HCol SL rill 56.75 LosueiI1e 31.50
[choose between fer- 'r d.Spring. 58.M Duluth fl.51 KaoxvijUE 21.40 Present
Salt Lab f- 71.60 Winiip( 76.7S .tasTiflt 32.2S crop on trees indicate
grapejuice for use YclhnritoiM 78.10 Toronto 4S.M luLtupoliiFrenckLkk 36.30
P.rtlu4 106.00 Montreal 55.45 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR
ices as a great step Seattle 108.09 PttoikeyMackinae 51.51 Toledo . 41.10 MARKETH.
I Los A.eIet S9.5J 53.00 Detroit 43.50 I
StiFrucnci 8J.SO Qaitanqu 47.40 I 6500. Cash $1,000. Balance on
go a minister who I Older Park 82.7S Aia jar Funs 47.40 Manmotb Gee 30.90
ommunion service a I Low rate to other point in Colorado,California,Canada, Minnesota terms. M. Self & Co.
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,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountain Proportionallylow .
liable for trial be- : rate from other points in the State.
rye I I I ;a Tickets sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. Cooper & Atha PINE STREET

id that the approval VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT ". ,
I LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.,
from the Council of I Phone No. 80IVI.
t '_ I'' Going through SL Louis.returning through Chicago. 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
lurches in America q or vice vena. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
'
'relations and more TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 ... .II..IIII.IIIIII.O.II.I.lllllleIJI..I..4
trative co-operation' through train.daily;choice of three different .

/ h routes. -- --- -----
al Presbyterian ands (
rr Three daily trams to the southwest through New I,
represented in thea I\ 'J Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. "IIIIIIII.III'II"IIIIIII..IIJ.IIIII..llelllllll11111111111 ,1111110.111.
B Rock LaUasL No dust. No dirt. For handsome illus
breaking away ( I trated booklets of summer tourist resort, rates sleep
conservative spirit ing car reservation and other information,address,
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tnt which threatened ( Florida PuMCf Ajfnt,
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it is said, also at- 1 ? .

to that part of the

|ip which it was de-

of the the least work credit-of thees F Fa re 3 00 New Goods Arriving Daily

a DAILY BETWEEN
scussed today were BUFFALO Sj

fetematic beneficencem rt EVELANDTHE

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dation of the --
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diate for
$1,000,000 made by. Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
I may be opposed by GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

\>f home missions on La.6th. soo feet;Lr-kJa. 98 lest 6Indies;51fliUteroomi end parlor aceoBBoditing 1300 pmca.gen. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
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in ewt larger in all propertio.-ichcr ia all ppoinfmmli-lhin any suuuer on
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Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-M*y la to Dec.i.t a c.. Best place in the city to trade.
[on of the reports of 9 Levee Bale '.00 P.M. LeanCWlud 9:00 P.IlL
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|legislative sessions THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland O. W. M. SLBMONSORANGE

IT. J. Martin, of Da-

moderator, said toted -
1 the assembly tor AVENUE

tomorrow. To the West and NorthwestVIA
feature of the dis- ., . .. . , -

me mission reportto r
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ho H. said M. Pressly the cost to of DIXI LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND wDO YOU CARRY


In that the city home churchesry mission SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED BO.TN KIND


man, woman and
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of this issue is r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r JacksonvilleT ..................... 7:30pm
[answer to the Jack- !i v Jacksonville A. C. L... JSam 8:25 pm Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
v Wayeraa, A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25 pm Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20 pm
blis regarding the: r Macon. G. S. &; F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am gUID ,
that I j.I r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7: 5aa r Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7u am Pgfpy
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between Dixie and j I r Corbin L. A N. .. 3:1 pm
Nashville N. d A: St L 4:50am 4SOpm r Louisville L 4; N. .............. 9:00pm 11 'j

present The peal Ar St Louis L c. &; L &: N. Z:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis, Pa. L ............ 1:50 am
are rot concerned Ar Lexington L. &; N. ............ 6:50 pm .
a* letters. All AT Hopkinsvflle, L & N........... .:27pm Ar Cineinanti. L. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm JANcEA. \
is Ar Evansville, L &: N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm i Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20pm
ow that Claude Ar Terre Haute, C &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, G. R. A: L ....... 2:45pm
ring id health and Ar Chicago C. t: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am L. BECK LUMBER C(?.
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siness at Washing- Solid train DIXIE composed LIMITED! of section drawing SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material
|de good during his com sleeping can observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted
an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
gress and the peo- Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
d to send him back ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis; Phone 451 Orlando, Fla.Don't .

erm.-Sanford Her- DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and '
Solid train carrying electric lighted como Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between -
artment, observation sleepers and electlie
Jacksonville and Grand
Rapids on Mondaysand ff§icides andfungicides
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- wait for in town to We insure life and loan
lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining Thursdays of each week. Dining ear every one your you Spray matem f. Dutton, Sanford '
r., Oxogene Disin- I erm meals a la carte. car service between Atlanta and Cincinnati have Entrican, the painter, before' money on real estate at 6 per cent I at.f. for and lit-
c. Office ,room 22, -- you try. Am too busy to look you interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., .I Fla. Wti" prices 4.29lm.erature. .
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I'COMMENCEMENT DAY AT ROL

LINS COLLEGEThe


pronouncing of the benedictionby
the Rev. W. L. Barze at the closeof

the exercises on Thursday morning -
Jrompt Attention Uniform Courtesy brought! to an end the twenty-

3o Details c o Ila ninth year of the life and service of
a Rollins college for the people of flor-

ida. The most endurable weather in ... .
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some years, and the success of the
past year in all lines, combined to
make the occasion even more than us-

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO mer ually students a happy of one.the Many college of returnedto the for- : :. ;3 YOU OWE IT

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take part in the ceremonies, and .. : TO ( WE( !'
I .
the friends of the college were as ; _
usual much in evidence.At .
c \ WRITE OR TELEPHONE ten o'clock the faculty and mem- : not only financial provision for the nresent. and

!.. When it isn't convenient for customers to bers of the graduating class, in aca- :. future
demic costume, entered the audito-
,come to the bank in person to transact their rium, to the strains of Wagner's inspiring but

business.A introduction to Act III. of experience in
p handling money, experience in financing
Lohengrin, played on the organ by the home
} letter or phone conversation, giving us Mrs. Berkeley Blackman. After Rev. ._
-
: instructions is given our personal attention John D. Stagg, D. D., pastor of the so
Presbyterian church of Orlando, had
e. promptly and carefully. opened the exercises with prayer, Dr. she can live within her means now (as she desires)

Every individual banking here is assure Blackman made a few remarks by ,: and .after your death as she must.
of introduction the occasion
to
ed all the advantages of a helpful, accommodat. way ,
and to Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
s ing service, combined with sound banking pastor of the Baptist church of Or- Let her run the house on a stipulate amount.

methods and capable management. lando, who delivered the address of '
_; Open an account in her name today
Poulson
the morning. Dr. spoke:emphatically ;
Your account invited.4MIMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH. and inspiringly of the value '.: : .
: ; : We have a special system that will help her
: .. of an ideal in the life of young men .
y. and women who go out into the world :: : :: and save you money.
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after their' college course, and it is ? .
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safe to say that not one of those who : Call and let us explain it.

:-yard him went away without a renewed .. :.. .......-.,:......:- ...

faith in life, and a strengthened . ". .
purpose to do the right. President -
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-- presented .
,' and certificates to the various
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classes graduating from the depart. .
ments of the school, speaking some : :'. "
I We Will Put the Reinsof .0" .
E few appropriate words to each class ; I
: in turn. :
Success in Your The special music for the morning

I took the form of a trio for violin, .. .... .... .. .... .'" .. .,. .
organ and piano, played by Mrs. Eliz- <::" > : ::-:. .. ', .: ,::.
HandsHow
abeth Kedney Krause, Mrs. Berkeley -

: Blackman, and Miss Ruth Holmes, re-
? By furnishing you with I spectively. The number chosen was
: the beautiful Meditation, by Mietzke.
; a perfect Fertilizer. let our representative : The perfect blending of the tones

: from these three noble instruments,
i ; call on you. He' will give you a I each responding to the hand of a mas- ..1111111101111111111111111111111111M

: formula that will make and mature : ter, in the exquisite harmonies of the

composer's masterpiece, made music

; your fruits : which will not soon be forgotten by GRAND THEAT
: those who were fortunate enough to
--- hear it.

At the conclusion of the graduation

exercises, the trustees, faculty, alumni -

t s{ n nt rll r rnli r Co.ORLANDO Carnegie and invited Hall, and guests marched gathered around in COOLEST SPOT IN THE TO1111111111I11111111111111111111111

the campus to the dining hall, where HHtlMiltiHIHItm
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA1ff11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 the annual alumni dinner was served.
The dinner was delicious, and the TODAY
after dinner speeches by President

Blackman, :Mr. O'Neal, :Mrs. Thayer,
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s MMMMIMIIMMIMIMIIIMIIMIMIIMMMMM- one of the trustees of the college, "The Medicine Man's Ven gA eanj

H, Mrs. Ferguson, and many others,
: were enjoyable to a high degree. in 0
thrilling Kalem masterpiece two parts.
COW PEAS : It was not the least of the pleas-
should not miss.
3 ures of this occasion that there was you

present the first male graduate of the "
: school, Mr. Hamilton Johnson, a civil "The Counter Melody,
: engineer who has for some months
I been in charge of the installation of drama.
An appalling Essanay
We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB : Orlando's new septic tank system. Mr.
: Johnson, who graduated from the college "
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name : twenty-one years ago, told at "Andy The Actor,

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. : the dinner of some of the facts of
; I that time, and remarked on the great An Edison featuring Little Andy Clarke. The 4t|
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of : changes which have raised the insti Series.
of the "What Happened to Andy"
x all kinds. : tution from those humble beginnings
: to its present state. The pride of
One real]
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car : Rollins, and her justification, is in the pragram.

riers, etc. Phones 181191. men and women she turns out into the Our Orchestra is still with us.
: world, to do the world's work, and
4 : among these men and women who
IF. IF. Dutton have secured their education within CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS
h .
: her walls, Mr. Johnson is a conspicuous -
: example. Monday Night-Little Miss Zoie Lewis will speak and
SANFORD FLORIDA
: Within the next few days, stu-
515tf. :f : dents and teachers will have scattered I

i I to their homes throughout this ITO
"111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'": country and Cuba, and only the force iiliiiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill1111
ti engaged in making the improvementsfor
aiililllllllllMIIIMMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMMIIATTENTION the coming year will be left TAKE UP WORK ON CURRY TilE GREAT BULLION ROBBERY KEEP THE bIEJI:

Thus, with gratitude for the Messings CIGAR FACTORY SITE Another big three reel feature enti- DAYS FOR
of the past, and with high hope for tled "The Great Bullion Robbery"
the mission of the future, Rollins The work of collecting money to will be shown at the Lucerne this
afternoon and tonight This picture
closes her doors on the twentyninthyear purchase a site for the Curry cigar deals with the story of a large con-
of her history, and passes for- factory, which the Board of Trade signment of gold made to'a great
ward into the thirtieth. will donate to that enterprise, will western bank, and how a notorious
Stock Reducing Sale begin anew. Chairman James L. swell, aided by a gang of crooks, triesto
devise a scheme to obtain the bul-
TITANIC HORROR Giles has returned from a visit to lion by renting a building next doorto
(Continued from page 1) Washington and is ready to start the bank, getting the latest bur

Continued 30 Days I cued. They had left Quebec yester* after the work with renewed vigor. with glary the equipment gold in a and van.making An accident away /41
thousand dollars has been
bound for the About a
day international
s army's with a motor car in which the chauf-
conference in London.So subscribed. Double the amount is feur is knocked senseless and his car
did the needed. stolen by the thieves causes the
quickly 'Empress sink
USES lAHLTd & BUM that those passengers fortunate start chauffeur in pursuit to notify immediately.the police As who the ; k'7 \\

.r enough to get into the lifeboats found for a long distance near the spot chauffeur and police near the stolencar
for Barclay Corsets themselves garbed only in their night- where the Empress sank. The sun with the gold, the chauffeur makesa
Agents
s: clothes. No baggage was saved. The shone brightly during the forenoon, flying leap from his horse to the
The chauffeur is over
motor
McCall's PatternsMMMMMMMMMMM condition of the survivors was pitiable and though the water is still icy, the powered car.and taken across the river on
: Some had broken arms and legs temperature today was, not low a boat which is awaiting the thieves.He Your graduationof
I and all had suffered terribly. E. Gos- enough to increase the suffering of finally makes a get-away and as your classmate]

, ,-.... I' setin, a prominent lawyer from Montreal the survivors. he river is police fired upon come by to the his crooks assistanceand the now-will be pricel!

}.I. saved himself by clinging to a Early estimates here indicated'thatof finally round up the entire gang come.
.t S1tOWL' CITRUS EXCHANGE ness for several years. They were raft. When the rescue ships docked those saved not more than sixty and the gold bullion. This is a very We are exhibitin
AROUND COUNTY conducted to points in the eastern here the station platform was converted were passengers. Besides Captain strong and sensational film, and one ive styles of school]
portion of the the first and second engi- that will be sure to please you. make
county Thursday and into a hospital and the townspeople Kendall, most apropri
I Also will be shown again tonight
MessrL Moody and Price, sales yesterday they visited Ocoee, Winter I bringing food and clothing, neers and the -ship's surgeon were Ford Sterling and Mabel Normand in which are priced c agents _ofthe.\Florida Citrus Ex- Garden, Oakland, and other points in united in a common effort to aid the rescued. The captain was too over- "At Coney Island," a very funny Key- We would be pl<
change, the former of Harrisburg and the western end. Mr. E. F. Sperry, sufferers. Twelve bodies with faces come to give at first any extended account stone comedy which Mr. Kent has make a visit to onI
, the latter of PMU&lphia, have beenin president of the Orange County sub- covered lay side by side on the wharf. of the disaster. He had sent a who held at saws the this request film of Thursday many patrons night, EV
the
city for the two or three exchange, and Mr. A. B. Johnson, They were passengers who had made wireless to his line after the vessel so that they might have the oppor-
days getting *unnted with the manager of the exchange, piloted the lifeboats but who were fatally was struck saying: "Ship gone." tunity of seeing it again. Orlando/g Artistic
growers and shipper f citrus fruits them over the grounds here. They hurt. 100 N.. Main St., ,
< with whom they bave bee- doing busi. went from Orlando to Tampa. Wreckage strews the St. Lawrence Subscribe for the Sentinel. Job printing at the Sentinel court house. Phi

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