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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 31, 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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'AMERICAN CAR TO GRAVES[ Of THE GRAY AND BLUE RACE FOR CONGRESS IN FATHER AND STEPMOTHEROF CAPTAIN WEPT[ WHEN TOlD THAT CONDITION LAID DOWN BY


kGET' IN WINNING WASSTUTZBYOLDFIELD WERE[ DECORATED O [ THE FOURTH DISTRICTIS CATHERINE WINTERS HIS HIP WAS l LOST MEDIATORS FOR CAR-

.: ONE OF GREAT ARRESTED ON RETURN RANZA TO MEET

i. Confederate Monument Visited by INTEREST FROM TRIP Kendall Kept a Cool Head and Did

8RfAKS ALL in TRACK KtliUKUo S Veterans and Their Friends in All in His Passengers Power to Save II HOURS SPENT IN FRAMING REPLY


_ .. Performing Memorial Service THIS CANVASS THE MOST ACTIVE LODGER[R IN H HOUSE f AlSO ARRESTED[

SHADE AN AVERAGE OF OVER Rimouski, Quebec, May 30.-Spe-( NOT BELIEVED THAT REBEL
I Yesterday was observed in Orlandoas cial.)-Official figures given out here
'EIGHTY-TWO MILES AN HOUR CHIEF WILL CONSENT TO
t decoration day by the members of FOUR CANDIDATES IN THE NEW CASTLE PEOPLE TAKEN IN tonight place the number of persons
; IN THE FIVE HUNDRED MILE Woman's Relief who lost their lives in the LEAVE OFF HIS MARCH ON
the
"\ the G. A. R. and SHOESTRING DISTRICT HAVE CUSTODY AND PENDING INVESTIGATION Empressof
) MACE DRIVING A DELAGE Corps, and the graves' of the gray COVERED IT FROM ONE ARE HELD Ireland at 1,032, rescued 355, totalon MEXICO CITY WHILE MEDIATION -

CAR were remembered along with those of board at the time of the accident IS PENDING
END TO OTHER DURING FOR CONSPIRACY
A f' distinction TO Three hundred dead all
the blue, no difference or 1,387. un-
*% being shown in the beautiful but sim- CAMPAIGN COMMIT A FELONY coffined, are piled in tiers in two
Indianapolis, May 30.-(Special)- Washington, May 30.-(Special.)-
ple services attending the observance. crowded pier sheds tonight awaiting
Foreign racing cars this afternoon The administration is anxiously wait-
The assembly was at the home of The most office before New identification. The work of identification -
4 4ecisively; proved their superiority important Castle, Ind., May 30.-Dr. and ing tonight for a sign from the me-
over. : the. racing motors American Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sperry, where the Democratic voters Tuesday is the I Mrs. W. A. Winters, father and step- is very difficult. About twelve diators that hope can be entertainedfor
the floral tributes had been collected. nomination of* United States only have been identified so far. The
tr k'e by taking the first four pUctc: a sen- mother of Catherine Winters, aged the participation by Carranza in
& jn)the finish in the five hundred< mile Fiom this place they went to the cemetery ator. Duncan U. Fletcher, of Jack- : nine, who disappeared from her home bodies present a grewsome spectacle. the negotiations for the pacificationof

but not before several of the sonville, the present senator, is here than Some are stark naked, showing cuts.
{&.here, the only American car to op- more a year ago, were arrested Mexico.
get in the big winning'being a Stutz pieces had been placed at the base of posed by John N. C. Stockton of the I on their arrival here from and other wounds, while others are Carranza's latest
attitude threatensto
driven by Oldfield to fifth place. the Confederate monument at Main same city. The race started out as a Terre Haute today. They are charged only partly clad in the clothes they disrupt mediation. So far Car-
', and Central. three cornered with A. W. Gil- slept in. Additional corpses are ex-
R ne Thomas, driving a Delage car, one, with conspiracy. commit a felony. has
The ritual service of the Grand christ of Punta Gorda in the pected with the arrival of the Evelyn ranza merely indicated his will-
not only won first place and took the race, This makes three arrests in the case, to take in the
I $25,000, ',cash prize, but also broke all Army of the Republic was read at the but he withdrew early. W. H. Cooper, a former roomer in and the Eureka, which have been ingness between the part United States contro-and

speedway records ,for every distance cemetery by Messrs. S. R. Hudson Next in importance, and the second the Winters home, having been ar- searching since yesterday. It is versy Mexico. The thing the administrationwants
,1 Curtis. Mr. A. P. thought there two bodies in the
and A. Curry
F. are
hundred rested
from one hundred to five position that will find place on the last night
him do
to will
; the solo part of "Tenting on the hull of the Empress for every one re require him to
< nit In addition to the $25,000 cash sang ballots, is that of congressman. Vot- The arrests followed assertions of: completely reverse the attitude which

pozi?lie won nearly 925,000 worth of Old Camp Ground," and the audience ers in Hillsborough county and the police officers who searched the Win- covered. he has formally expressed to this government
joined in the chorus. Miss Dorothy Captain of Empress Did Brave Work
.trop iles/ other counties of the First district ters home that they found, sealed in in the past few days. This
Johnson recited a beautiful Montreal Canada, May 30.-Exhausted -
poem ,
,j/Arthur. Deray Belgium, driving a will have to choose between the pres- the basement wall, a red hair ribbon, would require him to stop fighting
commemorative of the occasion, and survivors of the Empress of
:Frgncn "Baby" Peugot, won second ent congressman, S. M. Sparkman, a red undershirt and red sweater Huerta and send delegates to Niagarato
Mr. Coryell delivered the oration, in Ireland disaster, wearing misfit cloth-
5 Iace taking the $10,000 cash prize. and his two opponents, A. J. Angle which had belonged to the missing take part in framing a
which tribute was paid to the soldier ing supplied by the good people of programfor
))\Alert Guyot, French driver, in a dead. and J. Fred De Berry, from Plant child. The sweater, police officers Rimouski, arrived in Montreal today. the settlement of Mexico's affairs.

'.French, Delage car, was third. City. Mr. Angle's strength, however, declared, had holes in it which looked In the party was a remnant of the Washington representatives of Car-

i Jiflts Goux, in a Peugot, winner of such as he shows, will be in Polk as if they were burned there and the Salvation Army band, more than 100 ranza who are daily in touch with him

,laljt ear's five hundred mile race, was county, his former home. Sparkmanis undershirt was stained as if by blood. don't believe that Carranza will yieldon
of whom
'r\. MAKING Of WHiff WAY [lAMP perished. The survivors included -
fpunxL conceded the nomination.In Cooper was a roomer at the Win- : the wholesale scale demanded. Car-

E'At' l the Second district Frank Clark ters home at the time of the disappearance has informed
'four winners, eclipsed former POSTS HAS BN[[ STARTED Messrs. McIntyre, Measures, Green- ranza already the mediators *
the is of the girl He is twenty- that he is
w ..t?cpoca.t.1. i.-cords for this distance. present congressman opposedby away, Staff Captain McAmmond, willing to send delegates -

,.tiP Thomas':titf was 6:03:45.99, an average John V. Denton. Congressman eight years old. lieutenant Keith, James Johnson, I to take part in the settlementof

of 82i7 miles an hour. If Orlando Is to Have White Way Clark's home is in Gainesville and Mr. It was stated that the charge of: Major and Mrs. Atwell, E. Green, international affairs in Mexico but

bury t*accidents occurred. Joe Connections Must Be Made Denton's in Alachua.In conspiracy to, commit a felony hat Captain Spooner, Little Grace Han- is not willing to agree to an armistice

.. iWsbn, in 1 Marmon, collided with From UndergroundIf the Third district a real congres- been placed against the three merely nagan, Miss Bales, all of Toronto; with Huerta.

Bay,'Gilhoc y's Isotta as they entered sional contest is said to be in progress as a means of holding them and that Miss Cook and Band Sergeant Fowler It is learned from Niagara that the

the t tck stretch and both cars Orlando is to have a white way I and is considered likely to bea another charge might be preferred and Miss Wilmot, of Winnipeg."I mediators are not willing to have

t 4... nop med., Dawson's spine was in- I the connections must be made by close race. Congressman Emmett later. was looking through the portholein Carranza represented or have any-

jare d !and je is in a critical condisfGilhoeey I underground wiring, and this the Or- Wilson, of Pensacola, is opposed by my cabin amidships," said Band thing to do with him unless he does

his mechanician, and lando Water and Light company has John P. Stokes of the same city. i Sergeant Fowler when I saw a big agree to an armistice.The .

"*;qn's, n cnanician were severely refused to do. There are more candidates for con FLORIDA MAN ES[ WHAT J Hf black shape loom up out of the dark- mediators spent two hours this

-'It';;',. In spite of this refusal the preparations afternoon framing a reply to Car-
gressman in the Fourth district than ness. It seemed only a few feet away.

... f '. Mother, ,accident occurred when for the manufacture of the in any other. The "shoestring" dis- KNEW OF THE TRUST "Then came the jolt; it could not ranza, but wouldn't divulge its con-

: "" 'J&ftC&assagne lost control of his lamp posts are going forward, and trict, which heads off with Jackson be called a crash because it was more tents. All the mediators, however,
the matter will come to a show down ville and of sensation. Before I decided upon one thing, which is that
r" and went in the ditch at brings up at Key West, will a grinding
.ft I east. turn. He suffered deep pretty soon, it appears, between the choose its congressman from Claude Coachman Says Was Forced to Pay realized what had happened my cabin Carranza must agree to an armistice

was not severely hurt. company and the city. L'Engle, Albert M. Williamson and Charges Through Oppression of began to fill with water. I rushedup before he will be -permitted representation

#r.... ....""zt'j' --- Mr. S. D. Lindsav. has been engaged I St. Elmo W. Acosta, all of Jackson Naval Stores Combined the main companionway. I saw a in the peace negotiations, and

pBEV- ::HENRY R. REMSEN DEAN to make the posts, which are to be, ville, W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee, an I girl with a baby in her arms and a stop his march on Mexico City.
,>. cast of white concrete. The plan oi W. H. Malone of little
iM THE CATHEDRAL Key West. child following her. The girl
) iOF Savannah Ga. 30.-The trial
May
the time
post was displayed some

,I J ,'l; tpU jf fc\ ,' a\ meeting-of the Cathedral in a drawing and made it by City Engineer ago W.The A. McRae commissioner, the present of agriculture incumbent,, the of E.alleged S. Nash naval et al stores, the trust promoters, was resumed of I begged stopped me long to put enough a life belt to do on this.her,"so RED[D CLOVER l [ GROWS T TO GREAT T Tp

Ramsey was generally
)Ch;pter"held Friday evening, the Rev. ap- is in the race against Thomas J. Ap- By the time Fowler had reached
this morning in the United
proved. Engineer Ramsey guaranteesthe p PERFECTION[ [ IN ORANGE[
: a Tl&ry R. Remsen was elected dean pleyard, Jr. Commissioner of agriculture States court. It was expected that the deck, he said, the ship was listing
post to be so made to be "fool
.; i oi'Jhe Cathedral and he has accepted will be voted for all over the all the testimony will be concluded badly and the passengers had to clingto
proof, which means that it can't be
j'"Vt"office for period of two state, the same as United States the rail to keep from going over
a senator -
': years.
mutilated.The today or Monday. E. S. Nash, one of Interesting Experiment Made by S. D.
Y' t- the side. Fowler jumped."I .
.. The
iSrTRemsen was appointed tem- other candidates who will the defendants and the former presi-
: first post was made at a con- went down and down until I Lindsay Who Knows What
; rily priest in charge of the Cai siderable for the making of be voted on all over the state are the dent of the American Naval Stores
expense thought lungs would burst," he Clover Ought to Be
i last January, for six months'e. candidates for judges of the supreme my
the stand
went
the pattern and mold. The mold was company, on shortly
.3- Coming then as entire stran- cast at the South Florida court, there being three in the race before the adjournment for dinner.W. said. "Bodies bumped into me. Oncea
;.tb the Cathedral congregation, Foundry, and two to be elected. man threw his arms around me and Mr. S. D. Lindsay, who lives at 407

f /j oth. he and Mrs. Remsen have made and the first, cost was in the neigh- Chief Justice T. M. Shackleford, of F. Coachman, of Jacksonville, I[ had to fight to break his grip. I Long street, brought a bunch of red
borhood of fifty dollars. It is probable former president of the Consolidated
swam several hundred feet and clover to the Sentinel office
friends who are rejoicing is was yesterday
anyrwarm Tampa, the only justice runningfor
that the set Naval Stores the first
posts up, deductingfirst company, was
almost exhausted when a boat pickedme showing a height of thirty inches
t' v' attheir, temporary stay has thus
re-election
Justice W. A. Hocker
will be ,
cost produced at about witness called this morning. He tes- with
: up. 147 blossoms, as the product of
me more permanentishop of Ocala
J twenty dollars each. Fully equippedand withdrawing shortly after tified to being forced to pay certain
:1 Storstad Limps Into Port one root.
Mann presided at the Chap- he
announced himself candidate for
a
ready for the in 1907-08 becauseof
\ lighting, total cost storage charges Quebec Canada, May 30. The collier Mr. Lindsay came from Illinois,
\ meeting, the following members -
re-election. The other two candidatesin
will be about
likely dollars the of the American
\ ing present: Judge Warlow, Hon. thirty ; oppression Storstad, which rammed the ill- where red clover is a staple productand
... be less. The work the race are John C. Avery, of Pen-
which has Naval Stores and to
rt'j' may company preventa fated liner arriv 4 We stock food and knows what
after
C. Massey, and Messrs. A. Haden, sacola shortly ,
and W. H. Ellis, of
been done far has Quincy.
been of his business them.
so largely in boycott by '
'i 1 o'clock this clover to be. He that
: H. Williams;C. P. Dow, Geo. Me- i Accompanied ought says the
r : and C. B. Robinson. the way of an experiment to ascer- -- by the wreckinJtrathcona: sample he has grown at his Orlando
.)flloch tain the cost of manufacture. It is BASEBALL RESULTS ROOSEVELT SAILS FOR SPAIN -
and anchored ii. .earn. A press home is as good as can be producedin
,_ 'It... necessary to have an iron mold, for TO SEE KERMIT -
MARRIEDNew
boat Illinois and
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO > went out -ut newspaper men he is proud of the fact
wooden molds
MEET MONDAY MORNING would warp and prove National League were refused permission to board. It that he has been able to demonstrate

F otherwise unfit for work of such Brooklyn 0, New York 4. York, May 30.-Theodore was learned, however, that she had that clover will do well in this soil

f I county commissioners will meet weight about five The post complete weighs : Philadelphia 2, Boston 2. Roosevelt, accompanied by Philip saved some of the Empress' passen- "I was anxious to try clover here,"

& hundred pounds. Pittsburg 0, Cincinnati 3. Roosevelt, a cousin, and his eldest said Mr. Lindsay, "and finally I sawa
o'clock tomorrow
.&tr7 morning to The gers.The
.prepare the ballot boxes for the pri- hasn't question been of underground wiring Chicago 6-2, St. Louis 44. daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, Storstad is badly damaged, bunch of it growing near the novelty
settled
I yet, though the sailed for Spain today on the steamship having a hole some fifteen feet squarein works. I unrooted it and replanted -
')mary of Tuesday. Supervisor Frank American League
light
has
company submitted to COun- Olympic to attend the weddingof her bow. She later steamed forIontreaL it at home and this is the re-
H. Williams has been busy for the cil the New York 10, Philadelphia 5.
general outline of a plan to his son, Kermit, in Madrid, on ) sult." MnLindsay is also experi-
several days getting the Boston 7
,/ past tally its Washington 2.
remove poles from
blanks in Orange avenue. Cleveland June 10, to Miss Belle Willard, daughter Stories of the disaster brought to menting with white clover.
band return shape so that 2, Chicago 1.
*. the inspectors will hardly fail to get NEW ENGLAND St Louis 1.2, Detroit 20. of the American ambassador to Quebec by survivors gave vivid de-
down should be. IN GRIP OF Spain. tails of the most terrible tragedy in SPENCER TO GIVE TALK ON THE
they Thesupervisor
r k things as HEAT Federal League
his WAVE The colonel said he had issued an the annals of the St. Lawrence. Some SEMINOLES
has done
\tr duty well, Buffalo 1 3. I
Yesterday the Brooklyn
'I ':f and when the compensation of was hottest May 26th important political statement for pub- compared it to the sinking of the Titanic i
meager in 43 and Chicago 0-1, Indianapolis 5-0.
years, today is hotter andis lication in tomorrow's He but The Sorosis
club
papers. pointed out that in the case will hold an "open
office is 'considered it
rthe may be re- the hottest St. Louis.2-4, Kansas City 4.3.
fgarded fortunate for the May 27th recorded in added that most of his time while of the Titanic there was time to prepare session" on Tuesday afternoon, at
as
county Worcester since Baltimore 5, Pittsburg 6.
'j that such a conscientious man is fill- been official records have away will be devoted to writing an for death while with those who which Rev. Lucien A. Spencer, special -

Ping! the plaoj. It is the desire to do ,( kept. Southern League account of his South American trav- perished on the Empress there was commissioner to the Seminoles,
Yesterday there
i was present as an Memphis 2-2, New Orleans 05.
|well his duty and not the whichJut els. little time for reflection or prayer. will give a talk on the Indian work.
| J impelled the supervisor pay to do this unwelcome visitor, Gen. Humidity, Mobile 8-3, Nashville 24. On the steamer Colonel Roosevelthad From the accounts of the saved it As the club members are priVilegedto
;
1 who added
to the
9 .work in such' a painstaking discomfiture. The Chattanooga 5-4, Montgomery 21. a meeting with George W. Per- seems that soon after the ship was invite friends to these special meetings -

t I f manner. I thunder storm of last evening helped Atlanta 5, Birmingham 2. kins, Alexander P. Gore of Pittsburg, rammed she careened until her deck a number of guests will enjoy

f THE WEATHER i I matters, however, and today a refreshing South Atlantic League Meddl McCormick of Chicago, and stood at right angles to the water. the interesting program arranged. t

.' ---.: I southwest breeze blowing from the Columbus 3, Columbia 5. I several other Progressive leaders. She slid slowly into the water and it

Florida: Partly cloudy Sunday and the moderated the effects of Jacksonville 5, Savannah 1. I was only possible to launch five boatsin Latest books, reprints 50 cents.
excessive
i 'Monday.. .' (Mass) Post. heat Worcester Charleston 2, Macon 6. Some folks get what they want by I the brief interval, before she finally Some good reading h paper covers, k

,J. :1't.)' '1"it /, Augusta 3, Albany 2. pretending not to want it. sank. Oc. and 15c. Curtis & O'Neal's. '


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i HOOKWORM fUneeda league at Orlando, Saturday, May 23.

'I There were present Dr.. J. H. Ross,
(67 Joe Y. Porter, State Health president, of the Florida Citrus Exchange 3lkpyurffJ1l9inelJr
Officer) Winter Haven; Mr. J. R. Davis -
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Nearly a billion people live in the
hookworm belt. Bartow; Mr. L. B. Skinner, Dunedin -

It stretches around the earth, sixty- ; Mr. -J. C. Chase, Jacksonville;
six degrees wide. It includes forty- Mr. H. C. Schrader, Jacksonville; Mr. When ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-

seven million countries square with miles an,area and Floridais of fifteen A. F. Wyman, Bradentown. This being r S, tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and

within this belt. the first meeting since the annual l

r t In this vast area which is the homeof meeting at Palatka, it was necessaryto Edison Talking Machines and Records All

about one-third of the world's pop- complete the organization, which
ulation, the disease is almost the was done by electing Mr. Skinner f kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
easiest thing to get rid of, excepting
money-the easiest of all the diseases president, Dr. Ross first vicepresident harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and
that reduce the working efficiency of Biscuit and Mr. H. C. Schrader second"icepresident r

mankind. Ninety of each one hundredof Mr. Tenny was elected the latest idea in postal cards.
the working population of Porto A crisp, clean, nutri-
and also elected
Rico had the disease in 1904, but under tious food. For secretary, was
systematic treatment the cases in manager for the coming year. The
that country are being reduced by everybody-every- People's National bank of Orlandowas "You take the W. S. BRANCH
where. Fresh in the
twenty thousand a At least ,
year. elected treasurer for the ensuing Hot Bath I'll take the
ninety per cent of the people of Co moisture-proof package ,
lombia living between the sea level cents.ZuZU. )ear. The committee decided that Cold One"
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and the line of three thousand feet during the present season an effort The Arcade Book and Music Store

elevation, have it. One-half of the should be made to organize many
population of' British Guinea has it Very polite but sometimes inconvenient -
; the the
sections of state to support
almost two million of the people of yet when there is
India have'it, and it is estimated that work of the league. It was decidedby only water enough In the tank

three of every four of the people in the committee, also to estalish a for one hot bath what can the

southern China are afflicted. traffic department in the league. Mr. rest of the family dot The
How of Florida's population
have it?many e Tenny was empowered to proceed answer is simple, install a

No census of hookworm patientshas with the organization of this depart-

been taken, but within the past 'lr ment, and it is expected that the department a 4 ; RUUDAutomatic
two years a canvass was made of the will be in running order before -
country schools in the central part of
the state, with the result that more many weeks. The primary aim Gas Water
than six thousand cases were discovered of this department will not be the Heater I

or more than one-half of the The little handling of claims, although arrange-
school children who examined.The funny name Nobody walta-
were
economic loss caused by the of the famous little ments will probably be made whereby nobody worries Just arrived car load
certain claims may be handled for -the service is
disease is beyond estimate, because it ginger snap that puts unlimitedTheRuud
affects directly the physical efficiencyof fresh and shippers who are members of the never FORDS for immediate -
"snap"
its victims. It dulls their intel- league. The major part of the work, ]qsneverdlsappointsYou
lectual capacity and by weakening the "ginger" into jaded
however will be devoted to
analyzing simply turn the
delivery.Get .
system it makes the way easier for appetites. 5 cents. faucettheheaterdoesthe
the attack of other diseases some of freight and icing charges on Florida

of them most virulent and active. products, in comparison to charges on rest.
Actual observation in varoius locali- similar products from other sectionsof Complete de- yours nowF.
ties has demonstrated that persons scriptive lIteratureonrequest-
from the disease the country. Mr. Tenny explainedin .
suffering are capableof G. RUSH,
performing, and actually do per- detail the character of the work he
form, from one-half to two-thirds less desires to have done, and the com- ORLANDO WATERLIGHT & Phone 226
work than when in normal conditionsof CO.
mittee were unanimous in feeling
health. Reports from every part
of the world where the ailment pre- that it was very essential that this Gas Department

vails show practically the same re- investigational work be undertaken.

sults. The sufferers appear to lose Committee adjourned until called
all ambition and most of their I
energy.
They move about in a sort of mental together by the president for another

and moral lethargy to save funeral meeting.A .
indifferent to when the "
expenses, as
final obsequies may become necessary. GRAHAM CRACKERS r
Yet the hookworm disease is almost local association of the Florida SUMMER TIME IS Ltt4iHammond

the easiest thing to be mastered of The natural sweetness Growers' and Shippers' League was
tAre
all the physical troubles that attack organized at Grand Island Thursday FLY TIME i
and nutriment
mankind dose of epsom salts, followed I
by a dose of thymol and by a of the wheat are re- evening, May 21. Mr. T. Adair was thosewindowsscreen- I

second dose of salts. Thymol is made I tamed giving them elected president, and is working with ed yet? Patented detach-

from the thyme that grows in mbst a delightful flavor. great energy to secure the co-opera- able hangers used on all
well regulated gardens, and it is
just
tion of in the Grand
No ladder need-
every grower screens.
about as simple and as harmless i in xo cents.
its action_as the epsom salts. Usuallyone Island district A very enthusiastic ed to take off or put one

treatment is effective; if not, the I Buy biscuit baked by meeting was held on the night of th when washing windows.
1 .
second one will be. Furthermore the organization, when Mr. Tenny out
disease is one that lends itself to R.J.WALDRONContractor ...
lined the of the work of the -
results. It NATIONAL scope
quick changes lazy'; good-
for-nothing boys and girls into BISCUIT league, and Mr. H. J. Ramsey, of'the and Builder 'r- "

sprightly, energetic individuals with department of agriculture, gave an 410 West Street
in a few weeks. But the greatest COMPANY address on the importance of careful & GoreFUNERAL
difficulty that is found by those who OM6MMHMIMHIIMMII.For ..
are systematically fighting the dis Always look for that name handling on the carrying quality of
ease is not in curing it, but in : citrus fruits.

ing the._sufferers to be cured indue-I ... The meeting adjourned until Satur DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
cept salvation for themselves or their Illla III Jill 11111 11111 I'" ,
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children. -- day, May 30, when the organizationwill -

Florida's,, state board of health is ion of parents for in this section be completed. Sale VALUES LOW PRICES
working to'eradicate the disease from the disease finds few victims among
its jurisdiction. It is trying to dis- COMPARE
adults for the reason that few grown s ii
cover the infection, to induce the
use people go without shoes. The board -
of the simple cure, and the next hard- asks that if the disease is suspected, HtMMfMMIttmiHMM -
est task will be to keep the infection a specimen of the stool be submittedfor Modern 8-room OUR FURNITUREVe
out. It is'largely a matter of education examination in the laboratory of For SaleI i I ;
-to show the serious harm thatis the board. If the result shows the *-
House 2 doors ? \ the of furniture that has
caused, to demonstrate in every presence of the disease, the family \ ; e provide quality long
community how easily it may be banished doctor will do the rest. And more been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
f and to enlist the cooperation'f than: this-if any person or personscan have the following i i west of Wyoming : standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
the people of the state to keep it not afford the services of a family properties which I offerat wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

p under The control doctor, the board will furnish the ATTRACTIVE PRICES i ; Hotel. J3argain. -: this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
effects of the disease have been
described. Its cause may be told field treatment dispensaries.Write free of. charge, through its prior to going north: : this business, and that means much to any buyer.

again and again, if for no other rea- to the state board of healthat One California :
son than to inspire disgust with it. Bunga
Jacksonville, Tampa or Pensacolaand
The hookworm lives in the intes- find out all about it, how to have i low; one two-story house McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,
tines of the human body and sucks the examination made, etc. lot.
A. L.
the blood of the patient. It innjectsa This is an excellent opportunity for (corner ) Intending Bentley, : Cor. Orange Ave. end Church St., Orlando Fla.
poison into the system. It lays the people of Florida to add a good buyers will do well to get I.
thousands of eggs which are passedout many millions of dollars each year to in touch with me on ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE : J
of the body in the excreta. These their working efficiency with the certainty i L.- -i. .p .
eggs hatch young worms which live in of larger and increasing returns above properties, whichare HMMIHMHMHMMM.
the dirt for several days and develop as the present generation of both new and well .
into what are called'encysted embry- children
grows to maturity. located. tl.IIIIIIIIIII.IIII.III.III.III..11ICtC.S.IIIIII.Cltl.... .
0"?. The embryos burrow into the feet '
+ 11Mr11 NM1111 tllllllllllllllllllll.IIIII"IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIOrlando +
of children or of persons who go bare-
footed, and produce ground itch, a NOTES OF GROWERS' LEAGUE FRED B. DALE ;
complaint almost as familiar in Flor- MEETING
ida as the stomachache in babyland. Bank & Trust Co
Once under the skin the worm gets 306 ANDERSON STREET |
The
into the blood stream; then throughthe executive committee meetingof "
circulation into the lungs, where the Florida Growers' and Shippers' J ONE 376 : Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

it is coughed up and swallowed. League was held in the office of the
Soon it is in the intestines where it MMMIMHMMtlMIIMM
grows to be an adult and sucks the RESOURCESReal
blood of the patient and lays eggs,
just as the generation before did. flllll'II'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"ORLANDO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

The process isn't a pleasant one to Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

think about but if the people of Flor- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
ida thought more about it, if they
realized how this disgusting parasite Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

makes human bodies its habitation, Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
burrowing into their inmost recesses

and sapping their vitality, it mightbe $904,906.09
possible to carry out more quickly
this campaign against the resulting LIABILITIES

disease. And remember, no micro- Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
is
scope necessary to find and identify
the hookworm. The hair-like worm, Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

small as it is, is still large enough to Water & Light Co. B payable . . . . . . . None
be seen without glasses. Hookworm

infection in individuals, however, is Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
denoted by the presence of eggs in

the feces, and can only be seen Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
through the microscope.It .
has been demonstrated beyondthe
ElectricityGas
necessity of argument that the $904,906.09

ground itch, caused by the hookworm,
is the starting of the disease.
The parasite can point not penetrate leather : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.9l'

; therefore, the child who wears Water Ice : Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
shoes can not be a victim. Only the

child or the person who goes bare- : Increase in 37 days . . . . lZltf08,81Deposits
footed or who wears leaky shoes, can .

be attacked. An abrasion of the skin Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

is not necessary, for the hookworm is Office--No. J8 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
not
stopped by the skin of the body.

To. wear As shoes a further is to prevent precaution the disease. the- .Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34Increase

pollution of the soil by the excreta of t
the sufferers from the disease must be of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
prevented.The Telephone No. 6 The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
state board of health is work-
ing with the same methods that have .. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

been endorsed and adopted by the friends and customers for making such a statement possible -

Rockefeller sanitary commission, but 1fm
having the interests of Florida in its
particular charge, it is asking the ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

people of this state to work with it r _........
m this fight It urges the co-opera- MMIIII I

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THE DAILY CONGRESSMAN I I' SIDELIGHTS ]I peace. The United States govern- .

'I J men/ is to increase the capacity o fits :

r South Florida Sentinel The majority of Floridians (By W. S. Branch) J JI factory at Indian Head, Md.where

MORNING AND WEEKLY pecially the voters of Orange I 1 the smokeless powder is manufac ,:. TJ

JOSUH FERRIS Editor and Owner. who have tried Claude I I A Thought for Sabbath Morning :'tured. .'. .--.i Ii'! I '- _. ," !Sr.f i

the position of congressman, I "The work of the world is done by aIsn't Ii- -:. t i, ;:- "; = ,'.. ; .
Entered at the poitoffice at Orlando. FlorIda -
know what he is what he has it terrible? only a few short ( joq.
aa Second Clans Mail Matter. few; i .
.
,1.1
what he stands for and what God asks that a part be done by you." ]weeks ago the Northern cities were .: v Lii .... ... ,..
SUBSCRIPTION RATES freezing while we were basking in the .,
do want him back in *
Daily. 1 Year ..........................$5.00 again,
sunshine and
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.60 ton as their congressman. I Cheer up, Mr. Candidate, the worstis warm now they are
Daily, a Months ...................... L25 .sweltering in almost intolerable heat
Daft,, 1 Month ........................ .60 He is no experiment I yet to come. If you are not elect-
while we cooled by the breezes of
are
knows what L'Engle believes I ed to the office to which you aspire,
Weekly 1 Year ....................... LOll the Atlantic and the gulf. There is
Weekly. 6 Months ..................... .78 what he practices in and out your name will at least appear on just one comfort for those souls HLDisplay :
public service.He the: list of "also raps"a poor ,
'up there-they can come to Floridato
*
z TO ADVERTISERS:
is of character.
a man
make home if they
a
the of It is hoped that the pacification of permanent
fuses to wear yoke any
C py fer &pUy and all her handset wish to.
adreitUi&c mait be landed ia at the basinetiClM ests. He stands for the I Mexico will be brought about through *
.( the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. work the
will be in t:'e of mediators, but it is
the day MIen publication. This rule apply congressman Alabama's new United States senator -
U chanf for contract advertising it UInrariahk will be the agent of no man, likely to cause the atlantication of
and will be strictly adhered to. Hon. Frank S. White, is said to
interest. Messrs. Huerta, Carranza, et al.
i be so fortunate as to bear a dose per- TomorrowAMonday
Sukeeriben fairing The Sentinel discontinued
Mr. L'Engle represents
sonal resemblance to Huerta. In these
ebovld notify the office in riling on
Another indication of world wide
Ua date of expiration, otherwise it will be litical principles as exemplified degenerate days it is hard luck to
continued at the regular subscription rates, of the
until notice to atop is received. present day policies have to be a United States senator,
ic party. He has for some ) "lack, put in an ox cart and shipped and still more discouraging to look
SUNDAY MAY 31, 1914. a leader ia the fight which to Mexico.
like the notorious Mexican. But
Therefore, in conclusion, we ask
progressive Democracy in the you to vote for Newton, First, be- things might be worse. Mr. White

After Tuesday the war and baseball and in all those years he has cause he has the experience, Second might have grown up bearing a resemblance -
will have a chance in Orlando. times been true to the faith. because he is absolutely} honest and
and been
to Cole Blease a
to fill the Fourth be-
ity place. ,
The Sentinel hopes that Mr.
C 0 sincere Third because he has the abil- member of congress.
may receive the vote of every cause he is fearless and has the cour- .
Cheer the rainy season is near
then the up streets will be sprinkled. ; crat who believes in the age of his convictions. Fifth, becausehe The churches now having driven sin 01 the latest and most
is moral in exquisite
of worth, merit and good a man every respest
i Therefore he will condemn and use from the world are beginning a fighton
o the interests of the people. his honor in the endeavor to kill all personal habits. Some of them ductions oi the foremost and most
pro-I
There are many reasons why Claude imoral legislation.I .
have set out to stop the use of to-
L'Engle will be renominated by a HON. A. B. NEWTON saw this man tried a few years .
Times-nioD. firm of
clusive manufacturers in
large majority of the votes cast inTuesday's FOR THE ago, when the price of oranges de-
clined, and I believe in this section It is a safe wager that the man t

primary.The All Voters Should Stand that every man threw up his contract, who wrote the above uses tobacco as York.
o but A. B. Newton, and he paid for
Tampa Times stands valiantlyby the Man From Western paintec'I every box of fruit that he had con- a very "personal habit." In fact,

Congressman Sparkman. If the Orange tracted for, notwithstanding it cost I very little wrong is done in the world
i To the Voters of Orange him about 25 cents a box out of his except as the result of personal habit.
editor of that paper doesn't get the We, the people who live in pocket.
would be almost unknown but
Murder
postoffice at Tampa the congressmanis tern part of the County, I \ It came very near ruining him financially I
rule have been for the personal habit of drinking intoxicating
always
an ungrateful wretch. a very but it was his way of doing
erate when it comes to the things, and that is the kind of men liquors. Stealing would
o of: trust and honor to be we need in Tallahassee. Therefore,
.become obsolete but for the habit of:
Miami has a trackless trolley sys- this time we have only one good people of Orange County, vote t!
tem. Is this an admission that Miami for your consideration. All for A. B. Newton on the second day I remaining idle instead of laboring. i
is a trackless waste-Orlando Sentinel ing equal, we feel that you will of June and you will never regret it. Defflonslraingr !
r the confidence and trust in
G. J.
STROZIER.
: Miami admits nothing. The he has asked T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
so modestly Winter Garden, Fla.
only way the Sentinel can prove any- alone upon his special 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf s I

thing about Miami is to come and merit. A. B. Newton, a I #_
the legislature, is a man of 1
Aavanced Ideas
x see. "Com'on over. Run like ever'thing.Miami < J [ I
Herald. yea, he is a manly man, and (
the positions of honor and
o he has ever filled, he has done SFEOJ.A.L r7\
Tomorrow will be the last day of credit, not only to himself,
the postition and the
man
'Jof1heNew N
for the t
scouting candidates. Those the position and not the
s who are out for big office are gathering man, for if you send a jackass
in Jacksonville to remain until lege he will come home
j the returns in. desire further to state that
are Needless to
say better be careful who we 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and Parisian t lesh
{z they are all on the anxious seat and Tallahassee at this time, as Seat Covers-full Hartford
Lights set
without exception will be glad when believe that there will be an ,
the contest is closed. made at the next legislature ; Shock Absorbers. Run 3,600 miles
a slice of our great County,
o cnG v we do not want it done ,
Editor Jordan of the Punta Gorda can give you my word and Rt t

Herald makes I a politcal forecast in A. B. Newton is absolutely
his most recent issue but overlooksthe it and will fight it first, last toe
ways. I also desire to state e 1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine
candidacy of Chic Acosta in the "
that a man did circulate a dition-full con)50
fourth district The Punta Gorda editor that the people of the equipment Manufacturer[ r'r's

must not have heard Chic make thinking of asking for a new
his claims for This is an absolute falsehood, ,
certainly he would are perfectly satisfied er .
have been impressed that Chic was in County as it stands and
F
the race. we are proud of Orlando and Absolute
vancement that she is
-o- \
The lime is coming into its own, a all lines and we want no San Juan Garage Co. \'
tween her and the balance
: grove on one of the keys below Miami County, and the man who s

; having been sold a few days ago for to create a prejudice between Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24 \ Cost
$37,500 in real money. The demand do and the rest of the County ,
ially by telling an ash ,
for limes is
already greater than the
ought to be marked as brass,
supply, and when the merits of the

fruit become more widely known the MIIMIIilMMMIMM " HillMimiUMIIMMMMMtmiMHI.. . MM. Prices[
growers will have to plant much

greater acreage than now exists to Connects you with a reliable Ding Store of

begin to be able to produce as manyas I. 31 years standing II is a pleasure to buy


The they'revenues can sell.turned o into the state I. ?11 n nI1\ n"t", anything not in stock and deliver U to you.IMimmimmMillMIIMIIMIIIIIMMMIIMMMHIMIMIMMMMMIMMtH.


school fund by the state game com-
J McUROY'S PHARMACY
missioner from fees collected from :

the sale of hunting licenses amount

to a neat sum, but when apportioned .
among the counties will be of little \ We Exhibittwo

help. Yet these amounts are not to
be **** " " " 4** " " " "
despised. While they will not help hundred of the daintiest and
much to extend the length of the I.

school term they may fill in materially dressiest

in the way of purchasing school II

equipment, and the like. Summer Costumeswe

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In another part of this issue is ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES have ever handled.We .

Claude L'Engle's answer to the Jack-
in the
Commencement Day-an important event
sonville Metropolis regarding the lives of young people should receive some fitting markof ask you and invite your at-
changing of a telegram that
to
seems
be the controversy between Dixie and< appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the tendance to see these beautiful crea-
occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
the Metropolis at present. The peo- Jewelry? tions. To view them is an educa-
ple in this section are rot concerned I

about the telgram a: I letters. All DIAMONDS AND WATCHES 1 tion in itself.
they want to know is that Claude r

L'Engle is improfing in health and We direct the attention ,f relatives and friends to (And they will be sold at manu-

will soon be on his feet again to attend the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this facturers cost prices.)

to their business at Washington. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

He has made good during his est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond 'Tis another indication of our
short term in congress and the Watch offer values
pea or a Dependable we exceptional
ple are determined to send him back : and assortmeit. progressiveness.

for ald. the second term.-Sanford Her- : A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves

: : no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

o I .
Thorn of the Palm Beach Post thus .

soliloquizes) : "The Miami Metropolis !I..
is making a howl because .
of the too

common use of the word "baccalaureate. -

." But it has nothing to
about having a "commencement"say at ; Dickson-Ives CO.

F the finish of anything. I can't under-

stand, and never could, why the "com-

mencement" shouldn't come at the be-

ginning of anything. The commence-
the Jeweler
ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ment of a fever wouldn't be when the

patient had recovered and was readyto I: ,

go to work, would it? The com- III

mencement of a building isn't when I: OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Orange Rye U Orlando

the thing is complete and occupantsare II II. ,

',moving in, is it? It may be the !I.
commencement of the lease-but it : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .

; seems to be that it would be the com- ,...iMIimHIMmMIIMillllHIMIIIIIIIIIIiiliMMilitlMIM. ... ." " . .111..1..1 .
pletion of the edifice. Eh, what?" . . . .,. .. . I11II II 1.,11. .,I"lit I


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,':.*;-ic .J -, The BUYS AND SELLS MONDAY'S PROGRAM"One ... "J _
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uuinejf 1 tviu m. iu uv wj ?_ Those of the "
Bishop Mann will give service today Bravest. A Gold Seal
in Leesburg and Fruitland Park. who will compose the party are Misses REAL ESTATE two reel drama with Herbert Rawlinson -
Minna Harris, Norman Bunch, El- Frank Lloyd and Mary Ruby. Time
This play concerns the love of two fire
beth Mulholland, Ella Slemons, Marguerite
Mrs. Edward Hauselt has issued invitations : fighters for a girl, one, a moral weak-
Mulholland, Helen Drew ling, is the
,
accepted suitor and Is Here
mar- V
for cards on Tuesday after- south of Winter
600 -
Ruth Isaacson, Elizabeth Branham, acres ries the girl; shortly afterward he is

noon and evening.Mrs. Dorothy Siemens; Messrs. John Bran- Garden and west of ; discharged for drunkenness. Hope-

ham, Robert Lewter, Joe Ferris, Kirby less and without money his wife goes Want a present for that one
to work in
Gotha, including 10 acre a factory. It is in the
Cameron Mann will be infor- Douglas, William Walton, Richard burning of this factory that the true who graduates? You can getit
mally at home in Bishopstead on Yowell, Gilbert Lee, Rudolph Wich- orange grove. The en- characters of both are displayed. Asa

Wednesdays in June. tendahl, Peyton Musselwhite, and tire tract covered with fire picture it is one of the very best at our store without any
ever seen upon a screen. When
you trouble and but little
ex
Carpenter. timber. Two see a "Gold Seal" play
Miss Ruby Platt went down to yellow pine you see a playof
extra merits, as only such playsare
Tampa yesterday to spend a couple of CHILDREN ENJOY PICNIC ON miles of lake shore. put out under the name of "Gold pense.

days, the guest of Mrs. Geo. Wygant. Seal"
LAKE NEAR GOTHA 423im4lliillllMIMMIMimit "Too Many Cooks." A good Powers o Every Graduate LIll

comedy, with Donald McDonald, Marie
Mr. Eugene Reid, employe of the I
Walcamp and Laura Oakley.
Miss Lillian Kingsley entertaineda
State bank left yesterday for his old
number of her friends at a picnicon should have something now,
home at Shubuta, Miss., to spend a
one of the lakes near Gotha Friday MAHLOX GORE IS RECOVERING REV. AND MRS. COBB GO TO
that for
short vacation.Dr. they can keep years,
afternoon. Her father, Mr. B. D. SUMMER HOME ll

Kingsley, took the party in his auto to remind them of friends
Orlando 30 1914.
J. C. Merritt leaves tomorrowfor May ,
Walter Park, Pa., where he will mobile, and after a jolly lunch they Dear Sentinel-I was quite surprised Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb left last loved ones and the happiest

join Mrs. Merritt for the remainderof enjoyed a ride over the surrounding to read in your columns this night for Jacksonville, and will takea days of their life.

the summer. country and back to town. It was morning my ante-mortem obituary. steamer there this afternoon on the

one of the many pleasant affairs that i Your reporter was misinformed. The Merchants and Miners Line for Phila-

U Mr. H. J. Robinson has sold his 35 the; children have been having since stroke of paralysis was simply a temporary delphia. After a brief stay there_ ,
Allen & Co.
acre tract, opposite Drennen Stationon school closed. and partial paralysis of the they will go to their summer cottageat ,

the Pine Castle road, to Mr. W. 0. vocal organs which, for a time, affect- Mt. Gretna, Pa., where it is hoped

Smith, of Birmingham, Ala. CAMP FIRE GIRLS HAVE SUC- ed my speech. Naturally my familywas their much needed vacation will prove JewelersPrompt

CESSFUL CANDY SALE disturbed, and at once decided to pleasant and restful. Their untiring

Mr. V. 0. Wright spent yesterdayin cut short our intended vacation of a labor for the welfare of the Cathedral
The Fire Girls under the direction Repairing.
the city with his sister, Mrs. Roy Camp week and return to town. .But I :was school as a whole, and of each indi-
of Misses Claire Robinson and
Crabb. He was on his way from At- able to ride out again on the follow vidual pupil therein, is warmly appreciated Everything Guaranteed.

lanta to his home in Plant City. Grace Boone held a candy sale yes- ing morning and give directions about by all connected with that
at the Yowell-Duck-
terday afternoon operations in progress there, and am excellent institution, and there are

Mr. E. P. Corley, traveling for the worth building. The candy was the apparently no worse for the experience. bright prospects now that the com

National Ben Franklin Insurance com- delicious home made product and was Appreciating the kindly words ing school year will be the most suc-

pany, is spending the week end with sold out readily, and the young ladies bestowed upon me, I am sincerely cessful in its history.Mr. L DbsI "tUJYkftyur.
realized neat which will be
a sum :101HHMilMt =}
his relatives, Col. and Mrs. J. N. yours, Randolph Cobb will join his I
devoted to the objects of the organi-
Bradshaw.Mr. MAHLON GORE. parents at Mt. Gretna later in June,
zation. II
after commencement at the Univer- MIMMtHMMIIIItMHiiiltHMW

and Mrs. J. A. Lott left yes MRS. MABLE STEVENS AT LUCERNE sity of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., I
Misses Thomas daughters of Mr. :
terday for their home at Waycross, THIS AFTERNOON where he is completing his education, :f .J11t9' Jftd
E. A. Thomas, of Lucerne Circle, returned -
Ga. They have been visiting their having graduated from the high _
last night from boarding
son and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. school Let's have the young people, as school here two years ago.

Lott, on East Central avenue. hear Mrs. liable
many as possible,

Mr. Frank Soper, of Bartow, arrived Stevens at the Lucerne theater this PROSPEROUS MAITLAND Great Reduction in Price I
[ [
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Sikes and Mas- last night to assist with the afternoon at 3:30. She is especially .

ter Audrey left yesterday for Wilmington installation of the Buchanan tax interested in young people and every Mr. S. J. B. Irwin, one of Mait- r

N. C., to attend the weddingof checking one should come out and hear her. land's energetic and well to do citizens
system at the court house.
the entire week will make low
Mrs. Sikes' .sister, Miss Clyde was the business trans- During we a special
Mr. A. B. Steele has been in Orlando among
Brown, who will be married to Mr. actors from the northern part of the price
several weeks engaged in working up The Camp Fire Girls are delightedover onSalted Pecans
W. F. Smith on June 24th at White-
county in Orlando yesterday.
the material for that system. the result of their candy sale -Salted Almonds
ville, N. C. held yesterday afternoon, by which While here Mr. Irwin found time to I_ -Filled Dates

Rev. L. A. Spencer returned last! they added almost ten dollars to their pay the Sentinel an appreciated call. I I-! -Putted .
Figs
Mr. Hugh C. Sparkman, secretaryfor
He is in
everything
night from a trip to the Evergladesin treasury.The says prosperous -Plum
Pudding
Congressman Claude L'Engle at :
and around Maitland and that more
of his duties
pursuance as commissioner -
Washington, D. C., has been in Titus- '
has changed hands within
to the Seminole Indians. He Nullos club will meet on Mon property
ville this week, visiting his family at
the last three months than be-
came home to vote in the primary of day afternoon at 3:30 at the home of ever
Hotel Dixie. He will remain until Tuesday. Soon after his arrival he Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. fore in the last twenty years. i THE SANITARY GROCERY :
next Monday, when he leaves for
was seized with an illness, but was .
Jacksonville to spend a few days, before ,
resting well at his apartments in the SOROSIS MEMBERS WILL LOCATE IIERE
returning to Washington. He Tremont last night. CARUTHERS & GORE :
predicts Mr. L'Engle will be elected ,
by a good majority.-East Coast Advocate There will be a regular business The Sentinel office received an appreciated Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Titusville. Ralph LaComb leaves today for his meeting of Sorosis, Tuesday after- visit yesterday from Mr.

home in upper New York state. lie noon, June 2nd, with our open sessionto G. W. Freeland, who has recently

George Dolive leaves tomorrow for has been the night man at the Model follow, at 4 o'clock, at which time moved to Orlando from Oklahoma to CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. :
Cafe during the season, and has madea make his home here. Mr. Freeland is
the Rev. L. A. Spencer will give a
Bath, N. Y., where he will enter an
/aviation school for the summer. number of friends among the pa- talk on the Seminole Indians. Each accompanied by his wife, and his son- i| FUNERAL DESIGNSHIIMIQtMMilMHMHtttMttlMMilllllllliillliM

George was the first boy in town to trons of the place for his prompt and regular member has the privilege of in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
efficient service. He is succeeded by inviting three guests. The membersare John Harland. They are located at .
construct a successful wireless sta-
.
Edward Milmine, who will hold the requested to meet promptly at 406 Magnolia avenue. Before comingto
tion, about three years ago, when he
place during the summer. 3:30 o'clock to transact the regular Orlando Mr. Freeland and Mr. Har- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
was able to receive and dispatch mes- White Star MarketSanborn
monthly business.By land were engaged in the real estate
sages. He also constructed a. small
automobile the following season, but Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walton returned order of the president, Mrs.A. and oil business in Muskogee, Okla. GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be Bros., Proprietors.
last night. They were married at B. Whitman.Mrs. had in private family by applying
unable to take but few rides
was a on to 407 South Orange avenue. 5-30-6t
account of having too powerful an engine Catlettsburg, Ky., Wednesday, and E. LaRue Bliss, secretary. MEMORIAL 1914.

for his chassis, which made the were given a cordial reception upon 5-31-2t LOST-Friday, Central avenue, or
their arrival. Mrs. Walton was a Salute the few old veteransAs Ocoee road, raincoat with peculiar
vibration too great. George has mechanical
Miss Marcum, identifiedwith they pass on thir way, mark not new reward. Chas. H.
prominently ; ;
Have the Sentinel follow dur-
talents and it will only be a I you To enclosures where low green house. 5-31-lt
Baker
court
the work of the
short time before he will be giving Baptist churchin ing the summer months. Address mounds
Kentucky, and a descendant of one changed as often as desired. Sub Are sacred to them today.
exhibition flights at our county fairs.
Come and learn how to boil, bake
of the first families of that
great scribe now-$1.25 for three months.
state. Mr. and Mrs. Walton will be With loving hands they strew the and fry with a fireless cooker, at Mc- t
Read the Sentinel Price flowers
Morning Store.IHIIIiilMIMIIIIIIIIMM. I
10 cents a. week. at home to their friends at their pret- Eat what you want. And silently they pray Culloch's Department

ty residence on North Orange avenue. Eat all you want. That tender hands will do the same ,
Take a postscript and forget it. When they are laid away. r
Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., .1 For sale by all durggists.
for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m Try the Sentinel Job Department. l-7-d&w-lyr From the ramparts of Heaven,

Their comrades look down, T. F. HOWHHAN :
With a gentle smile and sigh
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you get first class meat at this
Clear the answer, "Here am I." Sanitary Engineer II market. For we handle only choice

At The Lucerne Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I grain fed cattle and small stock from
Monday God bless the lonely mothers. Promptly Attended to. :
Whose sons sleep 'neath the wave which all cuts are better than the
PHONE 629
And strew bright flowers on the deep I prime cuts from a stock of lower

:, jjj jj He knoweth each lonely gave. 106 Court Street grade. A trial will prove our meats

The soft wind blow, the stars look ORLANDO, FLORIDA worth more, though we do not charge
it.
down,
"(tar Mutual Girl," a fine one reel Reliance. On their narrow beds, green 4-zl-lm Phone 23

dressed, ilMIIMIIIIIIHMilHMIJltttllllllimlllllimi, 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f
But a voice from the throne with assurance

"Unredeemed Pledge a one reel Majestic. clear
"Blessed are the dead for they I

.' If your paper is not delivered
rest"N.
"Fatal Dress Suit," a one ieel Komic comedy, and a box M. F. Shoe Repairing I I promptly, don't fail to notify the office.


of candy and a pass for the lucky patron. INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY

RACESAll i by PARCEL POSTMen's WOOD, COAL AND ICE

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

interested can see the wires on Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
T Tuesday"Tess Oi the D'Urbervilles," featuring Mrs. exhibitions at our office all day. Half Soles, 7Se to 8Se
Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75e i

; Fiske, one of the world's greatest actresses. This is a famous It THE PALMS AUTO CO. Children's Half Soles, sOc to 75C Sentinel want ads. are money get

Hand Turned Soles, $l.ou ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
3 player feature. Motion pictures are to be introduced
; Heels Repaired, 250
on ocean liners. These and a
i work returned in hours.
All 24
few more lifeboats ought to make

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents Children 5 Cents travel very safe and pleasant. Orders without C. 0. remittance D.Ve pay returned -

r. return postage. t

Balcony 5 Cents to All. Dean Manti E. Ponder, Oxogene Disinfectant I DR. J. C ..HOWELL'Hours
Tonic. Office room 22,
Empire building. 5-27-1m A. Hanson 10-12,3-5, and by appointment

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. igr East Pine Street : : No extra charge for house treatment
Buy your garden seed from DeLaney ORLANDO H.ORIDAHiiiimitiMMiMHiHi : Telephone connections
& Abernethy. Just received a ,
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If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

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

5 BURNS LOSES LICENSE TO OP- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
ERATE IN ATLANTA PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNLMAKERS
FOR REPRESENTATIVE are all right, then why not put us to the test.

Atlanta, Ga., May 26.The license I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative
; of the Burns Detective to do from Orange county subject to
agency the action of the Democratic primary to beheld
k business in Atlanta :was revoked by June 2nd. Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale For This WayYour
city council Monday afternoon.The J. H. REESE. Rent etc, for this column 2Qc for one day
50c for three days or $1.00 for one week for
license was issued in the name FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 25 words or less. Money must accompany
the advertisements fer this column
I
as noinsertions
of C. E. Sears, who is the resident hereby announce my candidacy for Representative will be made on credit doctor gives you a prescription--He did it after carefully diagnosing your
manager for Burns and it was this from Orange county subject ta
the action of the Democratic primary to be case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. rN_
license which the city council formally &>4 June 2nd. FOR SALE

, revoked. S. S. GRIFFIN. Narsery stock, one, two, three and YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have .
four year old buds; Foster Early,
; The resolution to revoke the Burns REPRESENTATIVE
FOR
saved the trouble of
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington going to your doctor again.
license was introduced by Councilman I hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address.Mrs. M. Kahla,
Claude. Mason. Mr. Mason said in Representative from Orange county for the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
next session of the Florida Legislature, subject -
support of the measure simply that to the Democratic primary to be held NOT THE
FOR SALE DOCTORS FAULT
the board of police commission had June 2nd.
C. P. DICKINSON.FOR Lot of mules cheap; good condition, ,
recommended unanimously that the license weiging eleven to twelve hundred

be revoked. REPRESENTATIVE pounds; account mill closed down. .If

: Only two members of council, Alderman you want a bargain come and see But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
Yielding to whaj appears to be the de- these mules at mill Florida
a A. D. Thomson and Councilman Ire of of leading Orange citizens county in that almost one of every the can-precinct Midland, eight our miles from on Kissim- high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

George' H. Boynton, raised their didates to be nominated for Representative mee. Address Ansley Lumber & Tie your doctor wrote it.Don't.
r voices against the measure. Alder- i n the primary election of June 2nd should Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 5-31-6t
be from the country precincts I hereby an
s man Thomson said in effect that At- nounce myself a candidate. '
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster
A. B. NEWTON. ; rare
lanta has already received a great FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC bargain; recently completely over-
! deal of unfavorable publicity on ac- INSTRUCTION. DISTRICT :NO. 2 hauled and made good as new in ev-
ery part;; guaranteed first class con- ForgetThat
count of the Leo M. Frank case. I hereby announce myself a candidate for
dition must be sold at at
; once, even
election Member of the County Board of
as a
in the East he said
:; The big ,
papers sacrifice. Come address White
Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange or ,
<; are making it appear that the citizensof bounty, Florida. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.

Atlanta have formed themselves M. M. SMITH. 4-23-tf a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

i into a mob to hang Frank regardlessof MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PROPERTY in the vicinity of New be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other pea

whether or not he murdered Mary I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor York city, with residence, to exchange -
Phagan. re-election to the office of Member of for Orlando property on cash ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
Board of Public Instruction Orange County
This unfavorable criticism will be frees District No. S, subject to the coming valuation. J. M., 307 West street, -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
primary. Very respectfully Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w
greatly augmented, he said, by the
WM. EDWARDS.
revoking of Burns' license. Burns Zellwood, Fla. WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business a

' came here ostensibly to find out the FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI child can be kept with me. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

truth, he declared, and the action of hereby announce myself as a candidate Pleasant surroundings more important -
for re-electi to the officer of Supervisor of than salary. Address J. C., care
council will be construed as a city Registration for Orange County subject to Sentinel. 5-27-2w
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd,
government running out of town theM 1911.

man who tried to find out the facts in FRANK H. WILLIAMS. FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and
gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
:
a murder case.
FOR COMMISSIONERI
Mr. Thomson made it plain that he re-election hereby announce as County myself Commissioner a candidate from for 5-20-dlOt-wlmo Delaney & AbernethyNext

was not defending Burns or his meth- District No. 1 of Orange county subject to
' the action of the primary of June 2ai YOU FOR SALE-Six room house, bath,
y ods.After support will be greatly appreciated. hot and cold water, garage, hun-
the Frank case had been M. OVERSTREET.. dred foot square corner lot, frontingon Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.
,
t finally disposed of by the court, he FOR COUNTY TREASURERI a clear lake, 1100 Kuhl avenue. Net

k said, it might not be a mistake to hereby announce myself a candidate for price $2,100, quick sale. Address "S,"
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the care Sentinel. 5-24-6t
revoke the license of Burns, but that Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1911.

he considered it unwise at the pres- J. H. TUCKER. FOR SALE-A large young horse, YOUR PRINTING
Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES _
ent time. FOR SHERIFFI buggy and harness. Good milk
" hereby announce myself as a candidate cow. Address Box 48, Route 1. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Councilman Boynton expressed the for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the 4-28-3t Look through your desk and see if
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. OPTICAL REPAIRING
same views. there is not some stationery of which
FRANK GORDON. Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
r When the vote was taken they were WANTED-Unfurnished room in private -
FOR SHERIFFI : at 24 and we will call, get
your
the only two'members of council who I house; light housekeeping; '
132 Avenue order and do the work
Orange and
announce myself as a candidate for the I town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore promptly
were heard to raise a voice against office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida! at the lowest price consistent with
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a avenue, Orlando. 5-24 high grade work. It will receive
I the measure. native of Orange county. In asking the votes Next door to People's Bank, our
of fellow ,citizens I pledge myself to discharge best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
my
4 the tubes of the office without fearor WANTED-Grove work, pruning and up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
A fatted calf maketh a full stock- favor to any man for the upholding of the doctoring trees a specialty, by experienced diseases treatedTelephone
; laws and the preservation of peace and good horticulturist and orange Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
t ing. order in the county. grower. Would take care of property DR. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. 578.
Crates. 4-29m
through summer or permanent. Ad- Pepper
Girls, if a young man doesn't know FOR COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION dress C. G. Hennig, 215 West street, OPTOMETRIST
how to make love it is neither ardu- DISTRICT NO. J south. 5-22-Gt Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
4 Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins
candidatefor Up to date ( )
I hereby announce myself as a painting, papering, etc., 12-5-tf. ""
ous nor unpleasant to teach him.- the office ef Member of the County FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford is the kind you want. Where to get Repair Shop.
Chicago News. Board of Public Instruction from School in first class condition it? That's phone 636. W. ORLANDO. FLORIDAPut
Board District N.. 3, subject to the actionof car, fully easy, T.
I the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. equipped and good casings all around. Entrican. 1-20-tf If you want your bicycle fixed ina
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to For quick sale will take $350. C. B. money in thy purse by adver hurry take it to warmanl2-b tpfmr
= First class Brazing a specialty at the educational interests of the county and Phone 444
r Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. faithful service. Lindsay. P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. Auto Livery. 4-25-tf tising in the Sentinel. Shop.
Phone 321. 5-31-lw
12-5-tf. C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR ----

INSTRUCTION.THE COUNTY DISTRICT BOARD OF NO.PUBLIC 2 FOR cylinder SALE-Five Mitchell automobile.passenger, This four ; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII':: \\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\,\\\.\, :

I hereby announce myself as candidate for car is worth $600, but $350 cash will


MAY By BEES-AN Claude L'Engle ESSAY the primary give Public office 2 due, subject Instruction attention June of Member to 2nd the from,to 1914.action of the School the work of If County the Board elected of Democratic the Board DistrictNo. I office will of, buy place. G.it to Dolive.if keep taken it. now It is, a as big I have bargain.S. 5-27-3t no. IT'S TIME[ TO TAKE[ UP THE[ U HOUSE[ ___ M


and endeavor to be fair to all the school FOUND A rain Ownercan
Dont't Get Stung- interests of the county. good coat.




;r May In But sects the they bees June, don't are primaryDon't good fly in little-June in people District I Commissioner am FOR to 2.a the candidate COUNTY If best elected-of of for I COMMISSIONER my Orange promise the J.ability B.office county,REDDITT.to having serve of County from the roc- Box Richards WANTED-this 223 summer.have,,Daytona 820-Six same Church Write families Beach by for street.calling Fla.to apartments keep-on 31.2t cool C.It, f FURNISHING R I 1 6 1)QUESTION) [ I iN R REAL[ l lE


waste time on May
sided here a number of years I am qualified -
bees. to know the needs of the section and
1 / the people. FOR RENT _
Some other man may be all Respectfully L&JR1TESTI : H
A. C. STARBIRD
f right for you in Congress; ApopVa, FI FOR RENT-Two office spaces ia

Some other man may be in our store at No. 9 W. Church streetCome I _

line with progressive De- I hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER yrelf a candidate for in and we will show you. Pierce stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
re-election u C ram wiener from District No. Electric Co. a 3-29-tf
mocracy. S, Orange county Florida subject to the delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
Some other man be action of the Democratic primary to be held
may TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- to find what want at prices that reasona
able to think for the people June 2nd. 1914. J. L. DILLARD. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. pleasure just you are

after election, 4-26-tf ble in every sense of the word.

ti But may be some other manwon't. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR RENT-Parties going north de-
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefar MlliillilitittllilHltltlttlHidHMIIMMnilllMIIIIIHIittCHARGE
County Commissioner, Orange County, sire to rent new bungalow completely -
District Four subject to the action of the
be furnished. Attractive location.
And may you'll get DaaAcratie' primary, June 2nd, 1914. I win ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
203 Ridgewood 5-28-3t
with him. avenue.
stung fooling greatly appreciate your support

' You know that Claude Yours C. J.truly.SWEET. FOR RENT-Six room house, in first to purchase goodApn extended payments, without the expense of join-

' L'Engle is NOT a may be; Pint Castle Fla.> class condition. No. 210 N. Orange

You know that he will I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI lando avenue.Bank Apply& Trust Gi A.Co.Baas at 5-28-tf Or- ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen] will .explain this
announce myself U a candidate for
reelection
think and act for
you, to the office of County Commissioner -
Because he is now in Con- Orange County, District Five subject FOR RENT-A garage for automo- feature to you.
to the decision of the Democratic
s doing this thing. primary bile or storage purposes. 5 North
gress
very June 2nd 1914. ItttttMMIIIttlMIHIIIMmmtMllttimtMIIHIMIMtlMHKincaid '
When you can get a sure Respectfully Gould street 5-31-3t
E. L. BROWN
, thing Ft Christmas. Fla. MISCELLANEOUSWE

--sot Don't risk the best chances FOR TAX ASSESSORI '

that ever happened. hereby announce my candidacy fill the
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub ARE PREPARED to give your
Claude L'Engle has been ject to the action of the Democraitc primary children the graded school work during & SnowdenFurniture 'A
, time-tried and firetested called for Jane 2nd, 1914. If nominated and
: elected I pledge you my faithful service. the summer. This embraces Eng-
: in the fights for the ARTHUR BUTT.. lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship,

people's rights.He FOR TAX COLLECTORI typewriting, and any other subjects
is the one sure thing hereby announce myself u a candidate taught in the graded schools. Southern -
for re-election to the office of Tax Collector Schools of Commerce, Hand build- of Characterat
r for you in this race for of Orange County subject to the Democratic ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3t
in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re
Congress
elected I pledge to faithful service
yon my
NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
'V District. as I have endeavored to give in the past.
ill. e: MAKTLM. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. Prices.
He is there for one term, Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant Popular ........

Keep him there for another Who is your painter and decoratcr! Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf_

c Vote for Claude L'Engle If you are satisfied keep the one you OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.lThe

first. have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Florida:Meat Market Fresh meatsof : ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ; ;; ;

Take a chance second 1-20-tf all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea-

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; -' Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear,
aj '!; '. .t 1- : ,., ;_Pik-t. ;single drop frame ; 124..ltnrn4 standard
It, t. : 1 : : : : ,s-rearthree-qu rter' drive, center control. The equipment includes top with

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4 =$'f it!_* -K Jti.r 1 T.sure feed; German silT co equipment, demountable rims, with one extra rim.

; _T ? r4..;: / '4: :E< j Standard equipment: See the "Oakland" before. buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .
A F: ; 'ff'f"f- W-jli: ? r;;. ', !ctors, bullet type side for

k ., E M.rt ;'.:" L:. : ]\nd tire repair outfit. catalogue. .

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screened from the flies and kept fresh
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t 0" Owneris ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
big paying propcsition.
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:: : *., .,. everything in the Meat Line.
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.e'f will not support the bond issue unless

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< 5: i_.: : = *-*$,'ii ,j 1 Sellards, I verbial cat will jump. .

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sa:: :"._.n _. i! -.f': m 4 :15 am r Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am _
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.. .,. and Grand Rapids on Mondays insecticides and
:.a..::;% : ... .IJ"I. First"S' and Don't wait for one in town to We insure life and loan you '0
. :t. Dininr car Thursdays of each 'Week. Dining car every your I fnngi c'ly catc, Dutton's, Sanford -
.- 4i.._>--... f;' < service between Atlanta and Cincinnati have Entrican, the painter, before money on real estate at 6 per cent prices and lit4291m.
". -.. '' : ;!.'\J .. '." :; :.. you try. Am too busy to look you interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., F -

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Agent. W. D. WHITE Depet Ticket Agent. tine a(, : .
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\\r Wilson today changed his plans and : \' ... i f iE ..
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decided to attend the Decoration day r-' E ;' t?' ..

STATE BANK OF ORLANDO exercises at Arlington' national cem- :... .: .'. You O'WJi;: 'll'" 1" 1, ". ;' t:.

etery. Secretary Tumulty made a ": :; i \ ; ; .

statement explaining that the presi- ;. .< : TO YOUR 'W). !l.' :-i .
dent "was not willing that his absence ." \ .: : : :

WRITE OR TELEPHONE should The statement be misconstrued.follows": 'i. '. *,",\not only financial provision for the present and "
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When it isn't convenient for customers to "When the invitation was extendedby future > .: .

come to the bank in person to transact/their the committee representing the : but' "

Grand Army of the Republic of the .

business. \ District of Columbia the president informed experience, in dandling money, experience in "financing .

A letter conversation the committee that he did not the lloma. :
or phone giving\ us :: .
think the occasion would be oppor .
instructions is attention so' .
given our personal tune for the delivery of an appro- .
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promptly
she live 5i1c'desir
can within her means now (as s).;. 1
he must decline the invitation, agree-
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ing, however, to .memorial ser- .. .
all the advantages of a helpful, accommodating vices at a later date. :. .
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service, combined with sound banking "Evidently false construction has Let her run the house on a stipulate amount. < I
been placed this action and
upon i '
methods and capable management. therein lies the reason for the changein : { Open an account in her name today .'\ ? t

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Your account invited. ./ the program. The president was '. :. "

is ..II\. not willing that his absence should be J" We have a special system that will] help her '.. : :

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: save you money. .I
pFt The ceremonies at Arlington included : : ,

also addresses,by Speaker Champ ; Clark and Senator Smoct of Utah. A : :

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Carnegie hall tonight in which Mayor ltllMIMtMmMltttttlMmttillttMMI""tnitllllllMi tMMtPltlititilOH
Fertilizer. Let i .
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Mitchel will preside. Only 700 vet-

\ call on you.: He will give< you a i erans of the civil war were to marchin .1111111111111111111111111111111111"111111111111111IIItlll \'

4'' ,formula that will make and mature the Manhattan parade at the headof .
3,000 national guardsmen, 3,000

b l fruit Spanish-American war veterans and lli1. GRAND THEATER
your 2,000 boy scouts.

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; from the Maine was to be dedicated

as a memorial to sailors who, lost COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN i iHlliMMi '
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Y' ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA j \ MONDAY t' -
t" ENDORSE GRIFFIN FOR THE ,
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tIIMIIMMIIIIiMlilMMMIMHIMMMIIMMIMilMt LEGISLATUREMr. ;' : will speaJ.-n. and dance at the eve
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4tH,HIIIMMMHMMMltHMMMMMMtMMIIIlMeOW'EEAS. -*( S. S. Griffin, candidate for the ORLANDO-'It is
TO THE PEOPLE OF absolutely unnecessary
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legislature has received the following
littleartist's merit's. To our visiting f fri' nds
letters endorsing his candidacyfor that we make mention of this you

c the legislature: are doing your self a grave injustice in Jailing t6 attend one of these performances. -

.. Toledo, Ohio, May 25, 1914. MONDAY, NIGHT ONLY. \
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K Orlando Fla.
'- S. S. Griffin. ,
'.. *Oear Sam:-The letters received "The Better Way? "
', from Palm during the last several ,
weeks have e ufrKi
someUision to
your candidacy for the fegihlature,to An extraordinary Selig drama in two parts. We all want to
r : : We'ha e a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- ; seems to be quite enthusiast werthe '
; matter and thinks your chancesare be acquainted with the better way and you must see this picture
HAM:.CQWPEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- good and since I can be of no '
_ TV ( material benefit to you, I can simply -tq know.
E ing quantity'desired. Price sure right.. lend you my best wishes. I wish that "
Windermere had 1,000 votes, and that "When Dooley passed Away. A screaming Lubin comedy.
We full line of crate material of
carry constantly a Palmer could deliver the whole num- G

all k' f standing ber to you of, but one after with all those, the they personal are "The Mexicans Gratitude. A one reel. masterpiece.YOU .

Y in close business communion
brought .
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers with constitutes their trademark, and CAN'T BEAT THIS PROGRAM./
o the four of business '
nearly
etc. Phones 181191. .... transactions we have years had convincesus Always''with us but better than ever "THAT ORCHESTRA."
I "' that you are eminently qualified to

fill the position you aspire to, and my .

1: F. 'F. Dutton. own regretted opinion by is the that Orange ft will county never elec-be i CHILDREN 5c. !. :-: ADULTS lOc. .

.... torate if they select you as their.rep Tuesday-"THE PERILS OF PAULINE."
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SANFORD, FLORIDA resentative.Yours very truly.

515tf.MMIillllHIHiM. J. H. JOHNSON.Mr. ! !iltllllMMIiltlllllllMMi ..
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Palmer referred to is resident i 1IlillllMMMIIIIIIIMIi" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ! ! !!

"11 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111t+ manager for the Windermere, Improvement MMiimiHiHnimtiiiimOther ,
company, and Mr. Johnsonis -

; president. The 'second letter is recent books"purchased are: LUCERNE THEATER EVENING KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOOLDAYS !y l
I 11I1I11 UlillMIIIMMMIiltATTENTION
from Dr. Julius' King, 'who is well Fiction SPECIAL FOR ALL TIME

known in Orlando: Every evening for the next two
H Chautauqua, N. Y., May,28. 1914.S. .. "Comrade Yetta, Albert Edwards. weeks, beginning Monday, June 1st,
t S. Griffin. Orlando. "The Fortunate' Youth," Wm.. J. and after that if the people of Orlando
Dear Sir:-I wish I was in Orlandoso Locke. 1"It' have a real sweet tooth, where
I could vote for you. We are now in William they can locate it without too, much
settled here on the lake shore until Happened. Egypt, trouble. I will have a drawing every
November 1st, when we expect to go son. night at the Lucerne theater, at nine
Stock Reducing Sale
to Orlando for the winter. "Idle Wives," 'James Oppenheim.. o'dock. and some lucky purchaser ofa
\ J. ten cent ticket will receive abso-
Yours
truly, "
}Married Eleanor H.
"Miss Billy box of
(DR.) JULIUS KING. lutely free of charge a $1.00
Porter. candy, and a pass good for six moving -
k \ Continued 30 Days picture performances at this
Demonstration of Ideal Fireless "Angel Island Inez Haynes Gil- theater. In place of the $1.00 box of

Cooker by lady expert at McCulloch's more. x candy, the holder of the lucky ticket'can

Department Store, June 1st to 6th. "Mr. Togo: Maid of All Work," have a bottle of perfumery, or a
\ il8SES LWN&Dmments Wallace Irwin. ticket good for $1.00 worth of anything

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or things sold by the DeLaney
k BEST SELLERS AT SOROSIS "World_ Set Free," Herbert George Drug company. In other words this

for i iMcCall's LIBRARY !Wells. f ticket is good for soda water, or any
Barclay Corsets "Purchase Price," Emerson Hough. thing you wish to.buy. Rememberthat
\ some one will get this ticket
Among the recent purchases of the Juvenile every night together with a pass for
\ Patterns library committee of the Sorosis clubare \ Hans Brinker; or the Silver six performances. Furthermore, I Your graduation portraits and thoseof

three poetical works of modern Skates Mary Mapes Dodge. will continue the same stand,I have. your classmates-precious to you

writers, which have ranked among the "Arabian Nights." taken since I took 10th.charge* of this ,J'low-will be priceless in the years to '
March
theater on giving every
M "best sellers of late publications. "Gulliver's Travels Dean Swift one a good clean show and full value come.

i' UNI! R ,I Such a widespread demand for poetryis Fairy Tales, Hans Christian Andersen. for their money, and always willingto We,are exhibiting new and'attractive -
Y AGREED you're close enough to catch it. one the amount of
refund to
any
of
school
Mf unusual, and a contributor to the styles 'pictures that will
If you can put a want ad., in the' Thousand Leagues Under admission if at any time they are dissatisfied make
Literary Digest comments upon it as "Twenty mostapropriate class gifts. and
"Put salt on. a tail to catch Sentinel, you're pretty close to whatyou're significant of the growing desire for the Sea," Jules Verne. A. G. KENT, Manager. which are priced consistent/.*

i Many of us know: 'ng: "Put looking for. good literature. "Mopsa, the Fairy," Jean Ingelow.. We would bf'pieliSs to have' you
salt on a bird's tail it"-but We don't expect you to try the 'salt Nonfiction"The
make visit
to studio.
addedto a
d r The three volumes of poetry our .
Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
have never tried it proposition but we advise'you to puta the library are "The Wolf of Gub Truth About Women," d. Gas- at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Flat. :' I .EVANS, '."' \I
little ad. in the Sentinel ,
Likewise, many of the re3 bio," by Josephine Preston Peabody; quoine Hartley. 519tf. I ""

mark: TWlittlehave pay"but "The Everlasting Mercy," by John "They Who Knock at Our Gates," I Orlando's Artistic; Photographer,. NA
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, ,San- Society weddings come under the 100 N. Main St., one block north of
,;:' >iever i tri ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. Masefield, and "The Gardener, by Mary Antin. '
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head of fashionable ties. court house. Phone 125. .' '
; t 4 rIi ypu ca D'it salt tall 519tf. the Hindu poet, Rabindrath Tagore. "The Vanguard Katrina Trask. .
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