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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: June 2, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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PRIMARY ELECTION TODAYCommissioners INVESTIGATIONIS All DAY D SAlE OF lAND tASKCOUNTY

F [ [ [ PRICE[ ON JAil lOT fOR + .

'hI SLOWPROGRESS P MADE Prepare Ballots and There Were Not Many Buyers and

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THINK UNITED STATES IS }
is in readiness for the primary GREWSOME SCENES UPON Collector W. E. Martin heldan BOARD OF TRADE WILL

PLAYlNcf.INTO. HANDS FARMERS [EXEMPTED[ [ election today, and the polls will be I ARRIVAL OF FUNERAL all day sale yesterday but there SEND COMMITTEE TO
at the :
promptly hour
.OF'CARRANZA open appointed ,
were not many buyers.
SHIP AS VICTIMS ARE
r 8 o'clock. inspectors SEE COUNTY COM
Thf were appointed
The sale was one of the perfunc-
House[ Writes Amendment. Into the some time ago, and if those IDENTIFIED tory duties required by law, and the MISSIONERSHSf e '

HHH ifflrra BE mm) Clayton Anti-Trust Bill to who were named do not appear others tax collector had to read out all the
r will be mustered in, and the election
That Effect ands advertised in the delinquent list ,

will There go forward.kind S SURVNORS S AMONG t CROWDS AI WHARF which has been advertised in the Sentinel GREAT IN UHE[ PROPOS rrmN
of before
was a "just
BELIEF IS GROWING AT WASH for the past several weeks. He
Washington, June .-(Special.)- the battle" excitement in the air yesterday -
INGTON THAT THIS IS THE SO was hoarse when night came, but he
LUTION PROBLEM UNTIL Without a dissenting vote the members j but the feeling was one of anticipation HEART RENDING SIGHT IN had done his duty nobly, and was glad ERECTION OF AN ADEQUATE

OF t of the house present today wrote ', more than reality. More MORGUE SHED WHERE TWEN- that he had escaped without serious BUILDING FOR ALL CIVIC
'THE WAR IN MEXICO BRINGS into the Clayton anti-trust bill a provision I interest is felt in the legislative race,
TY-FIVE WHITE injury.
CASKETS AND MUNICIPAL PURPOSES
ABOUT ADJUSTMENT exempting the labor and farmers' probably, than in any other in Orange .
It will become the
of the
sj CONTAINING now duty
> _____ organizations from prosecution county for the reason that none i BABIES AND collector TAKES HOLD
to make certificates to the
under the Sherman law or other trust of the county candidates has CHILDREN ARE PLACED WITH GRIP
oppo-
j "Washington, June 1.-(Special)- state treasurer for the lands not sold.
legislation as conspiracies in restraintof j I sition, all having been nominated by
Upon the receipt of information from These will be turned over to the clerkof
: Niagara Falls'th.it the ,Huerta dele- trade, but holding the members of reason of this circumstance.There Quebec, Canada, June 1.-Identifi- the circuit court and will become The proposition to erect a buildingfor

*' gates to the.peace conference suspect such organizations liable for the acts I is more' or less interest in cation of the bodies of the victims of redeemable by persons paying the municipal and civic purposes has
which were adjudged in restraint of the senatorial and congressional races, the Empress of Ireland wreck is taken hold of the Board
+ the United States of pursuing a policy proceeding taxes. After two years tax deeds will of Trade with
trade. The house rejected a proposed I and the outlook is that the friends more rapidly than such tenacity that there is
of indefinite, delay and playing was ex- issue upon such certificates when so no likelihood
into the hands qf Carranza, caused a amendment granting similar exemp- 1 lof the respective candidates will do pec ed. Nearly 100 of the 188 bodies redeemed. The collector and his assistant that it will let go.
tion to farmers' associations formed |I jail in their power to poll a heavy brought here yesterday by the tender
flurry in the state department today. will be busy for a week or The subject was discussed at lengthat
for the purpose of community buying |i vote, but of palpitating interest and Lady Grey, have thus far been
Dispatches sent from the. depart- recog- more making these certificates. the Board of Trade meeting last
ment at five. o'clock this afternoonand and selling. tenseness there is none. nized by sorrowing friends and rela- night with the result that the com-

again later this evening advisedthe After preparing the boxes for the tives. Eighteen others were identified mittee in charge of the matter was

American representatives to Ni election missioners yesterday approved the county bills com- at RimouskL JUD f'S CHARGE E FAVORABLE T TO O directed to go before the county com-
EXAMINATION Of APPLICANTS some and
agara that the Ha delegates: must The funeral ship Lady Grey, escorted missioners Thursday and ask for a
be conciliated. adjourned until Thursday morning. by the British warship Essex, NAVAl STORES f TRUST 1 U I IBut price on the jail lot. In the event the
10 TEACH[ H Will STAR] 10DAY Y Under the new law the supervisor of
The state department was much arrived here in Quebec early yester- lot.is sold it is understood the jail
I registration, the and
disturbed over the situation that has county judge day morning and soon thereafter blue- will be erected on other property

arisen at the conference, not only jthe I I chairman of the board of com jackets from the Essex were carrying He Refuses to Direct a Verdict owned by the county within the city.
But Few Applications Have Been missioners the
i' \ with the Huerta delegates, but with. I compose canvassing the coffins ashore. The bodies were of "Not Guilty" and Case The jail lot is regarded as the best
) board to declare the result of the
Filed With the Superintendentof
the mediators 'themselves. election. placed on long tables, draped in black Goes to Jury possible site for the proposed municipal -
Or. the one hand are the Huerta Public Instruction and white in the funeral shed which building but other sites being
are
The
voting booths for both Orlando
delegates growing bitter because of had been for their
? -- prepared reception. considered. The lot belonging to '
l precincts will be located in the corri Savannah, Ga., June 1.-In the federal
the feeling that they are being usedas The regular June examination of dor of the court house. The pier shed was heavily draped in court this morning Judge Grubb Mr. Charles Rock, between the Elks

t pawns in a game; on the other, the applicants to teach school till begin Arrangements have been made to black and over the window sheets declined to direct a verdict of not and the Rock buildings is one and the

j mediators yielding under protest on today at the white and colored sch l 'I get the returns at the Sentinel office were fastened to shut out the view guilty in the case of E. S. Nash, S. lot owned by Dr. Christ, at the cor,
\ the question of the admission of Car- of the curious and morbid. A numberof
buildings. tonight. P. Shotter, J. F. C. Myers and Carl ner of Main and Central is another.
ranza's representatives. survivors of the disaster were in The price for the Rock lot is $8,000
$
At the Orlando high school building Moeller, members of the so-called
1 The fear is developing in,the state Miss Laura Lewter will be in charge the crowd at;vthe wharf when the ship "naval stores trust," who are on trial and that for the Christ lot is $8,500.No .

.department that. the mediators,'who and at the"colored'school 'Prof. J,"W. ATTEMPTS io KEEP[[ NAME 'Of 0 0f F decked> ; hoping to find the bodies of for alleged violations of the:Sherman price has been obtalKeiTon tlife' '
have their own ideas abo they way Simmons will superintend the work loved ones they had lost when the anti-trust act The attorneys for the county lot, and this is the object of- L '

:to',settle the, Mexican problem, may f Empress went down.A the committee conference. The ,
'I city
t both working under the direction o M'RA[ Off BAllOT defense on Saturday afternoon asked
; kick,over the traces and dissolve.the
section in the shed that caused commissioners to
the superintendent, Dr. J. F. McKin- that; a verdict of not guilty be directed were requested ap;
M 'conference. From, all that can be deep sorrow to those who visited it and the court took the matter under pear with the committee before the
learned: here the Huerta delegates non.But was that in which lay little county commissoiners. .
few applications had been filed Appleyard Petitions for Writ of Mandamus twenty-five consideration until today. > 4
would be such
quite the willing to suggest with the superintendent up to last Which Will Be Heard white: caskets, containing bodies of Judge Grubb: held that the pointsa The idea is to erect a building:
to mediators if
a course indeed
After the babies and children. Many turned be considered by theujurywere which wfll be so planned and con
night, and from,this the indication is Primary
the hasnot
) suggestion been made' already. away crying from this sad collection. whether the'officials had conspired to structed as to furnish a'home for all
hat there will be few to take the
**' $ examination ..
t s but Dr. McKinnon said this Tallahassee, Fla., June 1.-Hon. W. Additional bodies_are being recorded regrade rosins in the Brooklyn yards the city departments, the Board of '
has hed t
Nothing been :aectimpu ', isr not necessarily ,a true indication. A. McRae,.commissioner of agriculture but slowly at the scene of the dis and to taking "toll" from casks of Trade, Civic League and an audito
the peace parley,, that is, to',the xr' and others may come in today. J is not seriously concerned over aster. A force of men is patrolling spirits at Jacksonville, to crush competition rium for the Chautauqua and other .

E tent of a" single agreementThe the attempt of his opponent, T. J. both sides of the St. Lawrence for and whether they stayed out I entertainments which partake of such '

Impression is stronger tonight .. I Appleyard, Jr., to obtain a writ of miles and many boats are hovering on of the market or purchased only at character.

i,' than ever that. this government will lAN[ WANTS BOARD TO TAKE[ mandamus to compel McRae's name the river to keep watch for bodies. "closed ports" for the same purpose. City Commissioner Johnson statedto
'recognize Carranza the de facto
_ 1. as to be left off the ballots on the groundthat There was no change today in the It must be shown, said the court, that the meeting that the city commis-

provisional, president of ;Mexico;for 'CHARGE Of AlA KAN AFFAIRS the commissioner was careless in official lists of saved and dead which the practice was systematic.The sioners were anxious to see the pro

solution, filing his expense account show that 418 persons escaped and court stated that .no evidence' ject carried out, and would do all in ,

*' of :problem.. i "Mr. Appleyard's eleventh hour 969 were killed or drowned. has been introduced to show that receipts their power to help it along. .' ..---

The belief- Washington.. tonight is I Would Make Headquarters in Alaska movement is ridiculous and absurd. Prompt investigation is promisedon of naval stores had been diverted Though there are attain preliminaries
that
) the" mediators, will Meld to theUnited and Do Away With Government I He must be afraid of the results a on all sides and a 'royal commission by the defendants or that there to intervene the ultimate purposeis
States and admit
the.
representatives the polls," the commissioner com las'been named to make a searching had been coercion of factors throughthe to issue bonds to pay for the lot
of Red
Carranza. They will go Tape mented this morning.The inquiry. This commission is composed means of the boycott or the giv and erect the building. It is estimated

in, probably, on the footing that
has been insisting upon all the time, Washington, June Secretary :by Appleyard, will be considered by board of trade, named by the British been evidence to show that prices had I 000.

c j* |it they will participate in the nego- Lane's report to congress in which he the supreme court the first of the government and two judges of the been arbitrarily fixed below the cost Several matters were attended to

'tia \\jns: settlement' of Mexico'sinternational strongly recommends creation of a week, after the primary. It is expected Canadian admiralty court appointed of production or that the market had at the Board of Trade meeting. A

ntroversies, .but lull' development board to have complete that if the petition is granted :Mc by the Canadian government been "beared" to destroy competition.The letter from the Louisville Athletic association

4 not consent to we mediation of therepublic's control of all governmental affairs in Rae's votes will not be counted and Meantime a parliamentary investi- government had failed to show, in regard to training quarters -
affairs.MINE .*
internal Alaska connected with the natural resources Appleyard will be declared elected. gation is in progress by Captain Lindsay declared the judge, that the American for their team was referred to

OPERATORS YIELD and development of that terri :'I have complied with the law fully wreck commissioner of the Cana issued false statements or fraudulentwarehouse the baseball committee, who have

tory, attracted considerable attentionat find' I am not disposed to furtherdignify dian government. Surviving passes receipts. been handling such matters. Mr

Charleston,,W. Va. June .-Yield the capitol today. ,Mr.; Appleyard before the people gers and all officers and members o:f With'these instructions to the jury, James L. Giles, who presided in the

ing to the contention of (he. miners The proposed board would consistof of the state," said Commissioner crews involved will be examined. the court directed that counsel con absence of President Seth Woodruff,

that the operating companies should three members appointed by the McRae. "I am perfectly willing th fine their arguments to the counts in i brought a newspaper article to the

collect union dues of the United MineWorkers president, its headquarters would' be I I Mr. Appleyard should appeal to ate DRE.'NEX BROTHERS GIVE A DE the indicment alleging buying stocksat attention of the committee, in which

America, ,number. of in Alaska and it would do the work courts, and ,I am satisfied that all LIGHTFUL CORN ROAST closed ports, staying out of the it was stated that the Washington

coat companies operating"' on Paint done there by the general .land office, voters will understand that this suit -- market for purpose of manipulation, Nationals were looking for a place to

Creek today signed a working agreement the forest service, the road commis- to keep my name from going on the Dr. Ed. Drennen, and Mr. Waiters r "tolling" at Jacksonville and rears d- train, and would either go to Cuba or

I that reduced the number of idle sion, the bureau of mines, the bureauof ballot at this particular late hour Drennen entertained a party at the ing rosins at Brooklyn. come to Florida.

minersto approximately 8,000. education and the secretary of the done for no other purpose than to Sand Spur grove place Sunday with Argument has been confined to two Mr. H. L Beeman, as chairman of

interior and a part of the work and injure my chances at the polls next a corn roast The Drennen brothersare hours for each side. United StatesDistrict the committee to solicit funds for the

t BASEBALL. RESULTS. authority of the bureau'of fisheries. Tuesday. I consider that this is a famous,hosts and an invitation to Attorney Alexander Aker- purchase 'of a site for the Curry cigar

Natonal League Measures are now pending in con charge that I have attempted to violate their home is always numerously ac man, whose term is about to expire, factory, reported that the committee

New York 11,Philadelphia 7. gress along the lines suggested by the law in filing my expense account cepted. Those present Sunday were told the jury this was probably the had $1,250 pledged and would raise

Brooklyn 6-4, Boston 22. Secretary Lane and it was believed and made at this late hour too Messrs. M. 0. Overstreet, Sam A. last time he would appear beforethem the balance of the $2,000 needed

Chicago 7, Pittsburgh. today that the secretary's report late to answer. Johnson, S. S. Griffin, George C. Keller but if he had been instrumentalin within the next few days.

St"Louis 4,Cincinnati 6. would give impetus to the enactmentof "Mr. Appleyard's eleventh hour J. L. Feinberg, T. W. Mathews, driving'out of business men guiltyof Mr. L. C. Massey reported progressin

American League the proposed legislation. move is ridiculous and absurd. He E. S. Keys, C. ,,M. Brodwater, H. N the practices indulged in by the defendants following up the matter of securing -

Cleveland 5, St Louis 10. Secretary Lane in his report sharply must be afraid of the results at the Dickson, Joe Guernsey, Lester Bee he was going out of office reduced rates on brick.

Boston 1] Washington 0. arraigns present "red tape" meth- polls. My name is on the ticket 1 legally man, Paul Tobler of Tampa, James with flying colors. He said Mr. Shot Mr. J. H. Reese reported that the

New York $.4, Philadelphia 92. ods in the administration of govern- and any statement to the contrary .- DeLaney, John C. Cook, David Rogers ter in the first trial had denied knowing committee apponted to ,solicit funds

Detroit 2, Chicago 1. ment affairs in Alaska. He pointsout is false. I am willing on next Harry P. Leu, C. G. Hauselt Mr. anything of regrading rosins at for the Orlando-Indian river highwayhad

Federal' League that at present each of at least a Tuesday to abide the results at the Voorhis, Will Crosley, Albert Beidler, Brooklyn but admitted it on the second about collected the $500 pledged,

Pittsburg 1, Buffalo '2. score of government bureaus in hands of the Democratic voters o f Frank and Charles Bumby, C. D trial when the government hadthe and asked the board for dispositionof

t Brooklyn 4,.Baltimore 1.. Washington have something to do I I Florida. Christ, H. E. Harvey, John Empie, proof on him. the funds. The committee was directed

Kansas City 2, Chicago 10. with the government in Alaska, resulting and W. H. Lyman.ATTORNEY "They got a lot of boys to steal for to pay the money into the

; St. Louis 4, Indianapolis 5. in a vast amount of red tape CHANGE. DATE OF WILLARD them," he exclaimed, "and then withthe treasury and the secretary was instructed

Southern League and circumlocution in the adminis- ROOSEVELT WEDDING GENERAL HAS BEEN most innocent look imaginable declared to ascertain from the Geneva

Mobile'2, Memphis 1.; tration of public affairs. The secre- Madrid, Spain, June .-A further' KEPT BUSY they did not know anything Board of Trade if the other amounts

Atlanta 4, Montgomery 1. tary cites instances of delays of sev- change in the date of the church wedding about it!" had been paid, and if so, to pay the

Birmingham-Chattanooga rain. eral years in the handling of uncompleted of Kermit Roosevelt and Miss Tallahassee, Ffeu, June 1.-Attor- Judge Samuel B. Adams followedMr. amount from the treasury. -
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New Orleans-Nashville; rain. land and other matters which Belle Wyatt Willard was announced ney General West is being complimented Akerman for the defense. He attacked

South Atlantic,League should have been disposed of. today. The religious ceremony is to on the manner in which h e the credibility of Hoskins, the THE WEATHER

Macon 5, Savannab:3.: be performed on June 11, not.on June has taken care of the inquiries com negro witness, upon whose testimonythe -----

Jacksonville',7, Augusta 5. Latest books, reprints 50 cents. 10, as stated Saturday. The civil ing to his office involving the interpretation government largely depends to Florida: Unsettled Tuesday and

Charleston 3, Columbus 2. Some good reading in paper covers, function will be carried out on June of the primary' liaw and prove the charges of "tolling" of spirits Wednesday, with occasional showers;

Albany 2.; Columbia. 0. '10e:. and I5c. Curtis & O'Neal's. 10. the corrupt practices act. turpentine. gentle to moderate south winds.L' .

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Still continues at the Big Store, and will continue as long as we have the
liberal patronage that we have had. Don't you know profits can be
cut in half if you do twice as much business. If we can concentrate enough
:S business for the Big Store, you will never have to pay as much for goods as
heretofore. But to do this we must have your cooperation.And .

then just now our Big Windfall Buy enables us to do even better
than that. Never in the history of our city have the people supplied them-
selves so cheaply. y

This week will be better, because we are putting out tremendously
Q better bargains. We want the first week in June to be a banner one.
Read the specials. Hour and all day sales below. You can save a day's
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IN DOTS AND JACQUARD PATTERNS BLACK, a good heavy quality,size 72x90,50c kind designs,60c quality,special Tuesday
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SpreadsLARGE Table Linen. Lawns and Batist..

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\ APOPKA ITEMS hear that she is well, though quite CONSERVING SOIL 5IOISTUREIt

tired. Mrs. Albert Hopkins, who

ailed' with her has no doubt arrivedat Y4Ipurn tZWA1WtWhen
Rev. G. W. Reeves was in Orlandoon is well known to agriculturists .
her home in West Medford, ere
business last Monday.The that: frequent and shallow cultiva-

next revival meeting will con- this.Mrs. tion conserves soil moisture. Duringthe
Smith's Sixth
new cottage on
vene at Hostuon, Texas. winter and spring of 1908 we hada Fine
ever you are lookimg for Sta-
street, is in process of erection. The
Mr. Holbrook and son, of Orlando, period: of severe drought. From
building is going to be colonial style tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and
were in town yesterday.W. the first of January to the last of ,
patterned after the one built by Contractor -
H. Brooks, of Orlando, visited March there was a deficiency of 4.83
Zepp on his own lot on the Edison Talking Machines and Records All
,I Apopka friends last Wednesday.Mrs. inches in the rainfall. During the lat-

S. W. Eldredge' and son, Al- same street. ter part of April, our chemist, Prof.A. kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
Mrs. A.,J. Walker and daughter,
fred, motored to Orlando last Mon Blair, sampled the soil (see Ta-
Uneeda BiscuitA I Katie, Mrs. Nellie Booth and daughter ble VI) in a cultivated and uncultivated harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and
day.The I Averill and Mr. and Mrs. I. I.
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Apopka Fernery shipped a lot I portion of the same field, the
I Turner and daughter, Grace, composed the latest idea in postal cards.
of ferns to Detroit, Michigan, this crisp, clean, nutri- two plots being separated by a path
a picnic party yesterday at
week. tious food. For four feet wide. On the unplowedand
Rock Springs.Mr. .
Miss ,Xithie Newman, of Oldtown, everybodyevery uncultivated side the weeds at
and Mrs. Charles Brumby, and W.
is spending the week with her cousin, where. Fresh in the this time were actually dying out on S. BRANCH,
:Mr. Derby, of Chuluota and :Master
W. T. Berry and family. moisture-proof pack- account of the drought, while on the
Brumley and Messrs. Davies and
The Baptist Sunday School of this age, scents.ZuZU. Drake, of St. Augustine, motored to cultivated side the crop of cotton The Arcade Book and Music Store

place enjoyed their annual picnic at looked as promising as any need be;
Apopka, via Orlando and were the
Weiklwa Springs Thursday.J. in fact the soil on the cultivatedside
guests of W. G. Talton and family,
G. Spurlin arrived in Apopka in was moist enough to mold in
, Thursday.
his motor ear from Ocala Wednesdayand one's hand, while that on the uncul-
At last the great Presbyterian
was a guest of the Wayside Inn. tivated side was as dry as road dust
r$ Church has become sensible and quit
A. W. Walker is getting his lot The last soaking rain that occurredon
giving its members alcohol in the
cleared and fenced. He expects to this land previous to taking sam-
form of fermented wine at Communion -
commence to build in about three ples, was on January 7, when we had
services and will use grape juicein
weeks. two inches of rainfall. By referringto
its unfermented state, instead.
Rev. Smith returns his sincere the table it will be seen that, by 2A/ ,
Surely "the world do move.
thanks to the church here and at cultivating the crop, sufficient mois-
Work j.i being rapidly pushed forward -
Umatilla, for their kindness in send- ture was retained in the soil to not
on the "First and Last Chance
ing him. The funny little name only kep the cotton plants in a _r.

L. P. Lane's new Ford autcmolile of the famous little store on Fourth street, to be occupiedby healthy growing condition, but also Just arrived car load
> B. F. Wilson's grocery store. The
arrived yesterday, and he began at ginger snap that puts to have enough water in the culti-
is enclosed and the floor is
building immediate
once to master it, having W. G. Tal- fresh "snap" and vated soil, over and 31.ove that in the FORDS for -
laid. Contractor Hewitt
being ex-
ton, as instructor.Mrs. "ginger" into jaded uncultivated soil, to equal 11-2 inchesof
pects to have it in readiness to be delivery.Get .
Julian V. Bridge, who has appetites. 5 cents rainfall.
used as a polling place for the pri-
been spending some weeks in Orlando ,. ... .
returned to her home on First mary election next Tuesday. -- I yours nowF.
D. W. Clark, of the Kissimmee Val- II I
street, last Saturday.The tMIIIHMMIIHMIIHIM
Icy Gazette, was in town on business I
B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a most delightful G. RUSH,
last Saturday and spent Sunday: with
entertainment at the resi-
: old friends. Mr. Clark expects to return For SaleI Phone 226Hammond
dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Star- -
: to Apopka to live soon and ha;;
bird, last Friday evening.Mrs. .
entered the race for councilman, to
W. K. Williford spent Mondayand I have the following I
take the place of S. W. Eldredge,
Tuesday in Orlando, the guest of properties which I offer !
who has resigned his position on the 9
Miss Groves. She attended the com- board. at ATTRACTIVE PRICES a

mencement exercises of the Orlando
Mrs. J. R. Haley, who has been prior to going north:
high school from which her daughter,
spending the winter in this place at One California Bungalow -
Miss Mildred, graduated.D. .
GRAHAM CRACKERSThe the home of William Adams on Or- ; one house !
W. Clark of the Valley Gazette two-story
street, started for her home in
Kissimmee, spent Sunday with his natural sweet- ange (corner lot.) Intending !
Kennebunk, Me., last Sunday night,
friends in Apopka. He returned to ness and nutriment buyers will do well to get !
going via 'Orlando A. C. L to Sa-
Kissimmee that night, going via Or- of the wheat are retained in touch with me on !
vannah and Ocean Steamship Co. to I
lando. giving thema above which !
Boston. She expects to reach home properties,
Misses Mildred and,Mabel Eldredge flavor.
delightful Friday evening. are both new and well !
returned home from Stetson University -
10 cents. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Eldredge, Mr. located.
Wednesday afternoon, to the delight -
and Mrs. Alfred Eldredge and Mrs.
of their parents !and many of baked :
Buybiseuit: by
their friends. Brown drove over to DeLand Tues- FRED B. DALE

day. They went to attend the com- _. .
The "College Town" will be repeated NATIONAL
Saturday evening in Eldredge'sHall BISCUIT mencement exercises of the Stetson 306 ANDERSON STREET : r "

University,and witness Miss Lillians'reception
for the negro population of the PHONE 3761"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID'1 :
COMPANY of her fourth diploma, this &Gore
town. Admission 25 cents. Reserved
time it being a real sheep skin. They
seats 35 cents. Always look for that name
also attended President Hulley's re-
'Mrs. Fritz, of Miami, and herf

daughter, Mrs. Mary Anderson and ception. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

children, of Orlando, were the guestsof Miss Anna W. Foster, of Kenne- __ ____ ______,_____ --.0--
bung Me., and J. Frankling Briggs,
Mrs. Julan V. Bridge last Satur- Walker, :Mr. Newell, W. W. Carpenter of this, town, editor and business man- i For Sale ; VALUES LOW PRICES
and
day Sunday.
of Plymouth.
ager of the News were united in mar- COMPARE
.
Rev. E. Lee Smith returned Tues-
Miss Mildred Wlliford arrived .
; on riage at the home of W. G. Talton, < I
day evening from the Southern Baptist -
Wednesday morning, after having
on Central avenue, at 4:30 o'clock last
convention, whch convened at completed the Senior year work at Sunday afternoon by Rev. G. D. \ \ Modern 8-room : OUR FURNITURE
Nashvlle Tenn. He
reports a great the Orlando school.
high
Reeves, pastor of the Methodist Epis-
vene at Houston, Texas. Miss Katherine Padgett, of Orlando copal Church South. ; | House 2 doors : ";' Wa provide the quality of furniture that has long

Miss Jewell Womble, one of our was the guest of Miss Mildred been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

most popular young ladies, who has Williford yesterday (Thursday), and It will to let us do some i i west of Wyom- : standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
pay you
been teaching in the Orlando High attended the Church wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

school, the past year is at home for Weikiwa Springs.S. Baptist. picnicat of your printing. We do it right. ; ing Hotel. Bar- : this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

the summer vacation. W. Stewart and son, Mabry, intend gain. i ii this business, and that means much to any buyer.

The Amateur Theatrical Club of to to : ;
go Jacksonville next Mon- ttlllllllllllllllllllilitSUMMER

this city, will give a play entitled, day morning, where the latter will McNHLL DAVIS BLOCK

"The College Town" in Eldredge'shall enter a business college and fit him- TIME IS | I ,.

tonight Friday at 8 o'clock, p. m. self for a business life. i I A. L. Bentley, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
under the auspices of the Ladies Civ- FLY TIMEAre : I I
Mr. E. Lee Smith returned from
10 E.. AMELIA AVENUE \ "
ic Admission ;
League. 25 cents. Sev-
Nashville, Tuesday, where he wentto those windows screen- ; : = 'I -.u- :i ""
eral seats 35 cents. Children under attend the Southern Baptist con- ed yet? Patented detach- .4>IIHieiHmM MMOM,. 1'

12 years of age 15 cents. Everybody vention. He reports the greatest able hangers used on all

welcome. meeting in the history of the organ- screens. No ladder need- IMIIIIIIIIIIIilllMIMMIMIIIIIiMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIMIMlim MIIMMHI "illHI " .
Supt. T. W. Parsons and 0. R. I ization. ed to take off or put on 111111.1111.1111.

Tiaque, train master of the SeaboardAir I I Word has been received from Law : when washing windows. |

Line railroad, passed through rence, Mass., that Mrs. S. A. Merrib, R.J.WALDRON Orlando Bank & Trust Co

town last Tuesday, looking after the' who left here one week ago last

interests of the road. Mr. Peoples, Wednesday night has reached her Contractor and Builder :

sueprintendent of the T. & G railroad home in that city safely. Her many 410 West Street Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

was with them in the motor friends in Florida will be glad to I >MtltlMIIMHIIIIMIIIHMllllllMIMMMMMMMt'MMMIMHIIMMMH.

I car.News RESOURCESReal
visitors for the week: S. W.

Eldredge, Mr. Henry Brown, John Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

Roberts, Bishop T. J. Bryant, Mr. Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

and Mrs. Hand of Orlando, Mrs. A. Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

Heinisch of Clarcona, W. T. Berry, Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

G. Harod, Frank B. Stump, B. C. Don- Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02 .

nell, W. A. Hale, Prof. Nixon, iL B.

Addison, of the Orlando Business ORLANDOWater $904,906.09

College, Mrs. Guy Zepp, Miss Mar- LIABILITIES

garet Zepp Mabry Stewart, A. J.FALLING Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

HAIR AND & Light Co. i Bills payable . . . . . . . None


Deposits . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
ITChING SCALP

ElectricityGas $904,906.09 \ '
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Needless-Use Parisian Sage Deposits March 4, 1914 . .' . . . .$649,484.91
Now that Parisian Sage can be

had at any drug counter it is cer- Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
tainly needless to have thin, brittle

matted, stringy or faded hair. No Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
matter how unsightly the hair, how

badly it is falling or how much dan- Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

needed.gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
Frequent applications and

well rubbed into the scalp will do won Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626,34 .
ders-it acts like magic. The hair

rotts are nourished and stimulate
to grow new hair, itching scalp, dan Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

druff and falling hair cease-you Telephone No. 6 The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

head feels fine. Best of all, the hair : Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
becomes soft, fluffy abundant and
radiant with life and beauty. friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

You will be surprised and delighted sible. +
with Parisian Sage. Try at leas 1
ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
one fifty-cent bottte from McElroy'

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South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch.) "Dic-Grif."
We about to ask who the
s were put I t *
i MORNING AND WEEKLY Elsewhere in this issue the Sentinel "hurt" in Huerta, but since the med
Editor and Owner. I If every home owner in Orlando
JOSIAH FERRIS gives space to the Orlando Water and iators got through with him it looksas
kept his front yard as clean and
Light company to state its position in I though he was harmless.
Entered: at the pottoffict at Orlando Florida pretty as Dr. Chas. Wattenscheidt
u Second Clau Mad ratter.e regard to the installation of the pro- I
keeps his back yard, the Civic League
posed "white way" system. The Tampa Tribune says: "Free
could disband and in their timeat
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I put
. D Dj. 1 Year ..........................J500DaSly. The manager of the company accuses baseball is a success." Sure, and if I some other kind of useful labor.
6 Months ....................... %.60 the Sentinel of misrepresenting they would start a free cigar stand
-. Daily I Months ...................... L25 : many of us notice the contrast between ReadytoWear
Daft,. 1 Month ....................... 50 its position. The Sentinel has to say and stock it with Tampa cigars, it the appearance of the Doctor'slot
in reply that if the company's posi- would be just as big a success.
Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 100 now and a few years since, when it
eDo
: Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7i tion has been misrepresented it hasn'tbeen I'was filled with rock piles. And yet
it the fault of the Sentinel, neither not get so enthusiastic about the Doctor has wrought no miracle
M TO ADVERTISERS has it been the fault of "poor report- jour candidate that you mark your that cannot be easily duplicated in

C.py fer dkpUy, and all .her handset ing." The attitude of the Water and J ticket to make him both your first practically every front yard and backyard
adyertiiinf But be banded in at the kuineu Light company has been discussed in i, and second choice. If you do your in the city. H.
entice >f the Sentinel mt later than I p. m. !
the day before publication. This nit applies the presence of the reporter a number !:ticket will be consigned to the waste Dsp1ayH
U chutes for contract idtcrtuinc it. U of times by the city commissionersand basket and you will give his opponent -
Ia.ariallie and will be strictly adhered < i It is almost unbelievable, but statistics -
that attitude has invaribaly been i two votes thereby. show that in California thereis
Subscribers desiring The Sentmel discon- alluded to as the obstacle which held t I Ii automobile for twenty _
tinged the date should of expiration notify the, otherwise office in writing it will en be back the installation of the proposed i There is much of cynical wit in people an of the total population.every The
continued at the regular subscription rates, 'system. We have been in this report- Richard Croker's expressed opinion
ontH notice to atop is received. I average runs from the above figuresup the latest and most exquisite
ing business too many years to be that if one wishes to be "canonizedin to the states of Mississippi and pro-
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 19U. mistaken about this. American opinion he must "give
Alabama, which have a car for every ductions of the foremost and most
and steal ex-
Furthermore, when the commis- publicly privately. Mr. 300 or more of population. Florida
Well, it's about all over but the sioners called a meeting of those con- Croker certainly reversed the above stands in about the middle of the
shouting, and there won't be much of cerned to discuss the proposed move- 'rule about stealing when he was in list, with one to every 86 of the pop- clusive firm of manufacturers in New

that. ment to order all wires under ground power in New York politics' and he ulation. Poorly kept roads no doubt
I
York.
o the Water and Light company had no .some times got "Uncle Joe Cannon- account for the low average in the
The campaign just closing has been representative present, though the ized" also. i'. states above mentioned and the large
the cleanest waged in Florida in many Southern Bell Telephone company,the number of wealthy people in Cali-

years. Western Union Telegraph company It is reported on the street that fornia causes the large average in
o and the local telephone company all the two defeated candidates for the that state. It also makes possiblethe i
Well, anyway Appleyard has given responded to the invitation of the legislature will establish a camp in a '' large mileage of fine roads for
McRae some uncomfortable moments commissioners. It was stated on be- cool grove near a pretty lake some- I' which the state is famous.Don't .
during this campaign. half of the Water and Light companyat where in the county and spend the

o that meeting that the company was summer quietly fishing and enjoyinglife
wait for every one in town to
Hillsborough's candidates for the willing to co-operate, and such a away From the "maddening! have Entrican, the painter, before -.
f legislature are all healthy looking statement was made in the Sentinelat crowd." It is not known at this writ- you try. Am too busy to look you i onstratin
boys. There must be a lot of good that time. At a subsequent meeting job.up. Phone 636, and I will be 1-20-tf on the : e ill

work in them. a communication from the presi- which the statement direct was made.If .

o dent of the company was presented through any misunderstandingthe We insure your life and loan you
Harry Floyd nominates Victor which concluded with these words, Sentinel has done the company an money on real estate at 6 per cent
Starbuck for governor. Second the and they were reproduced..in the Sen- injustice we are quite willing to make interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Advanced[ i ideas
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
nomination, and place Flyod in nomi- tinel: amends, but we are certainly not go- 325d&wtfTry
nation for secretary of state.o "I respectfully submit on behalf of ing to be called down for somethingof

o the company that the city does not which we are entirely guiltless. i the Sentinel Job Department.
The Miami Herald makes a rather have either the moral or the legal of t the e ewrarisian

t bad slip in a headline, saying, right to demand that we put our wires I I
"Drunkards Hold Convention," whenit underground." I

should have been Dunkards. It is no less serious to accuse a I I Th
o newspaper of misrepresenting a con- SFEOr-A..L : 7 Styles t
,_ Be sure that you don't forget to dition than it is to accuse an individual -
vote today;, it's a great privilege and ; indeed it is much more serous.
t more than that it's a duty. Vote for After the Sentinel has exercised dili-

the best man, and you won't have any gence and care in collecting the news [Ft t

regret. and presenting it as it was found it 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and
o doesn't relish such accusations as that
Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford
The Miami Herald has a news note made by the manager of the company,
saying that Forrest Rundell will sing and certainly has no idea of permit- Shock Absorbers. Run 3,600 miles1913.FORD 7 Manufaturer'ssolute[

r a bass solo. Forrest should change ting such accusations to be made \

his name to Rumble if he's going to without making emphatic its protest -

persist in singing bass. The company may be able to makea e

o distinction between a general un-
\
TOURING CAR. Fine
One of the candidates for the i
legislature derground system and that pertaniingto dition-full con$350
in Pinellas wants : equipment v
county a the white way alone, but the Sen-
commission form of government for tinel has gained the impression,
that county. Thought they had it al- whether correctly or not, that the resolution \ Cost
. ready-what has become of the commissioners adopted by council to have a
?: of Pinellas county? general underground system was due

S o to the uncompromising attitude of the San Juan Garage Co. \
: Tampa would fain add zest to the company in regard to the installationof rries[
&
primary election today by holding its the white way. And this impres-
'' city election at the same time. But sion was' gained by sitting through Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24 (
_; maybe that's another way of gettingthe meetings of the council during which

voters to take an interest in the the matter was discussed and during ,
!' city event. The municipal primarywas

held some time ago.o .
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The former postmaster at Trilby Connects you with a reliable Drug Store of
got five years in the federal penitentiary

office,for which embezzling reminds the one funds that of large the- fn?h t" 34 anything years standing.not in stock It and is a deliver pleasure itto to you.McELROY'S buy.

ti would oaks from have little thought acorns that grow.the post-Who 0 nI1 0 \1 e n"y We Exhibittwo

: office at Trilby could have furnished PUARMAGYI

such a sensation? I hundred, of the daintiest and

o illMMtllllltttltMitltlfttlMllMMMmtltttMtMltltllMMtMIMimM 111111111111111111... : dressiest
There isn't any use worrying about
._; second choice on the ballot about to
be voted today. There is only one 11111111111111111111' : Summer Costumeswe

place on the ticket where the voter

can exercise that privilege and thatis have over handled.We .
for the congressman from the

fourth district. But just completely ask you and invite your at-
' eliminate the second choice and vote
for the best man, Claude L'Engle. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES tendance to see these beautiful crea-

-o Commencement Day-an important event in the tions. To view them is an educa-
Mack Cathcart, Senator Fletcher'ssecretary
..3 blossomed forth as a cams lives of young people should receive some fitting markof tion in itself.
appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
paign Mack's orator as good last at night speaking in Tampa.as he If is occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of (And they will be sold at manu

at looking we pronounce him a great Jewelry? facturers cost prices:)

success. In any event, we all know
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
that he is an A. No. 1 secretary. ,Sen- 'Tis another indication of our

ator Fletcher exercised fine discrimi- We direct the attention ef relatives and friends to

nation when he found Mack. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this progressiveness.

----0- store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
An attempt will be made at the est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond
next legislature to divide Dade county or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val-
: and create the new county of Brow- ues and assortment.

: ard. Such a bill passed both the A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
house and senate at the last session, obligation to buy.
but it was conditioned upon a referen-
dum vote which failed to endorse the

action of the legislature although a \
majority of the people in the new territory -
voted in its favor. The refer-

endum clause was worded in such a

way as to defeat the will of the ma- I Dickson-Ives CO.
jority. The prospect now is that the
next session will have to wrestle with .

several very puzzling questions in regard -
to county division. It is inevitable -
H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
that many Florida counties will ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEMIMMMtHIIIMIItllliltMtlltllltHIMIIIIIIIIt
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be divided in the course of time. ,
Georgia with but little more terri-

tory than Florida has a hundred coun- POSTOFFICE Orange e Rye aEIllo n
ties more than Florida has, thoughthe
population is much in excess. The i
question for the legislators to deter- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING =

mine is whether the time is ripe fork ,
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PROSPECTThe j FAVORITE IF. '=o
WADE 'M1 THEATRE Ij

THE TUNER local ball players promise a V i j ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers |

ORLANDO, FLA. good game of ball on Thursday afternoon ss III 11 HEI

at 3:30 o'clock, when they will 0 Open9a.m.to10:30P.M. I

cross bats with the Sanford local Admission 5 a It t V VIll
cents Commencement
Mr. H. H. Witherington, of Apapka, team. It has been a long time since Dd eDO i !L !
was in town yesterday. these teams have played and there I (llamCJI)
r+ will no doubt be a large crowd to I BUYS AND SELLS
Judge J. P. Hawthorne, of Ocoee,
witness the contest. The following OL lD D CHURCH
spent yesterday in our city. Thursday Loughman will play Orlando REAL ESTATE Will l SflTR8APJISISANOTHER[[ [

Mr. J. R. Davis left yesterday on again.PREPARING. SUNDAY S
a business visit to points on the East
.
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Coast. TO OPEN NEW
600 south ofVin Is Here
Mr. D. Lockhart returned yesterday DRUG STOREMr. acres Building Committee Holds Meeting

from a business trip along the St. ter Garden and west of and Decides to Delay Work

Johns river. J. L. Dean, who will open a Gotha including 10 acre for: Another Week Want a present for that one

Mrs. A. B. Steele and little son are new drug store at 11 East Church The en- who graduates? You can getit

spending the week in Jacksonville street, took possession of his store orange grove. At a meeting of the building
com- at our store without
with friends. esterday. Mr. Dean is to have some tire tract covered with ; ntfttee of the Baptist church last any

Mr. T. J. Wilson arrived in the city of the most handsome fixtures in the yellow pine timber. Two night it was decided to postpone the trouble and but little ex

yesterday and will spend. several city. His show cases will be all plate miles of lake shore. demolition of the present building for pense.

weeks in the city. glass and instead of being 26 inches another week, hence there will be another -

; Mr. F. L. Froemke, who has been a wide, the regular width, they will be 423imMimiHItlttttllliIMM service in the old church before D D
20 inches. His store will be ready the Every Graduateshould
student at Rollins college, left yes- removal of the building to make

terday for his home at Fargo, N. D. about the 15th of this month. way for the new one to be begun.

Mrs. A. Wood and daughter Miss The building committee offered the have something now,
Mrs. Isaac and MRS. STEVENS WILL SPEAK IN church for sale
Vanderpool daughter but having no satisfactory -
Ellen Wood, left yesterday for Hop- that they can keep for ,
years
Miss Kate left last for bids it
evening ORLANDO AGAIN was decided to removeit
kinsville, Ky., to spend the summer.
Jacksonville, where they will sail on and use what timbers could be utilized to remind them of triends,
Miss Marian Stouder returned to
the Clyde steamship "Lenape" for in the new structure. The Lucerne loved and the
ones happiest
her home in DeLand yesterday after All who heard Mrs. Stevens at the
New' York ctiy. They will spend the theater has been
spending a week as the guest of Miss Lucerne yesterday afternoon will be engaged for days of their life.
summer at Slaterville Springs, N. Y. the services during the period of con-
Sarah Yancey.Mrs. glad to know that she will come backs
Mrs. Gallaten left Sunday for the and the handsome pipe organ -
from Tampa, where she has to
Lula Hayes Lawrence, of the gone
summer to be spent at several points which was purchased only a few
fill her for
two and
appointment days,
Reporter-Star staff will soon leave
Allen
months will be stored & Co.
for the mountains where she will en- making a considerable tour before her will speak in the Methodist church ago during thattime. ,
.
return in the fall. She went first to
afternoon and
joy a well earned vacation. Wednesday evening on
St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Gallatenlave and Jewelers
Home Foreign Missions.
Mrs. Wm. Spell and son, Mr. Wm. been occupying one of the M RS. SYLVAN McELROY ENTERTAINS .
In the afternoon the subject will be
Spell, Jr., arrived yesterday from flats. AT CARDS
Guernsey foreign missions, to ladies This
only.
Prompt Repairing.
Fitzgerald, Ga., to attend the bedsideof
Miss Shuh, who has been a trained is to be a women's meeting, not a
Mr. Spell, who is quite sick. The
members of the
nurse at the Church Home and Hos- Methodist meeting. We urge the ladies Nullos and Everything Guaranteed.
Mr. S. S. Griffin found five dollarson pital left yesterday for Little Rock, from all the churches to come Royal Auction Bridge clubs, and a

the street yesterday and says the Ark. Miss Shuh had the misfortuneto and hear this gifted speaker. few friends, were the guests of Mrs

owner can have same by identifying have her suitcase stolen just before Wednesday evening, home missions Sylvan McElroy at a prettily arranged

the denominations of money. she boarded the train. She left will be the theme, everybody invited. card party given at her homeon

Mrs. L. G. Starbuck and father, her suitcase in front of the baggageroom i The men are invited and particularly South Orange avenue yesterday lb.' !
Mr. W. H. Doan, left yesterday for by her trunk while she went to do we want the young folks. After afternoon. IIOLi .

a New York city, going from there to purchase her ticket and when she this service the Methodist ladies will Four tables of players were seatedon -- --- ---- -- -

various points for the summer. returned it was gone. She had to give Mrs. Stevens a reception. Wet the wide veranda, where they enjoyed IIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tJI

Miss Marie Dallas, who has spent leave without it., as no trace of i want everybody who attends to remain a series of delightful games,

the past fortnight as the guest of could be found. for this reception,. and those which resulted in the club prizes be I i 3IJP'fltflW. frJr

her sister, Mrs. Walter Wescott, will who are prevented from attending ing won by Miss Hart and 1irs.lVood :

leave today for her home in Washington The many friends of Mr. Josiah because of other services to come in ruff, and the guest prize by Mrs. _
Hauselt.
D. C. : Ferris will regret to learn that he is and meet our guest. Sunday schoolteachers

Miss Sarah Yancey leaves today for confined to his home by illness. missionary workers, indeed The hostess served ice cream, cake,

Black Mountain, N. C., to attend the Though really ill for the past two all Christian workers, come and let's ,bon-bons In attendance and salted were almonds.Mrs. J. N. Mc- r Peacliest I I r Peaches I

B. Y. P. U. conference, afterward go weeks he has been making an attemptto make this a truly great and good IPeadlle1
Elroy, Mrs. Geo. Nolan, Mrs. H. L
ing to Columbia, S. C., for a month's appear at the Sentinel office everyday time for our loved missionary work. Beeman
visit to relatives. but was forced at last to succumb The orchestra will play at these Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III., M rs.

Mrs. C. H. Tichenor and two chil and is now under the care ofa meetings and the choir will be present C. B. Robinson, Mrs. DeiWtt Miller,

dren, who have been visiting her physician and his condition is suchas for the singing. H.Mrs.Edwards Shap, ,Mrs.Mrs.Lee J. S.Miller McEwan, Mrs., Mrs.G. First crop from new orchard. They are the sweet

brother, Mr. J. P. Holbrook, on West to require the services of a nurse. Edward Hauselt, Mrs./'Seth Woodruff, Florida Variety. The orchard is well cared for and the
street, left yesterday for, their home It is particularly regrettable to Mr. NO MEETING OF ANNIE COLEMAN -
Mrs. F.
D. Carr Mrs. S. G.
Dolive
nt Russellville, Ky. Ferris himself that he will be unableto CHAPTER THIS MONTH Mrs. II. A. Vivian, Mrs. S. B. Chal-, peaches are in splendid condition.
take in the
part primary today,
Mrs. Lawrence and daughter, sand fant, and Mrs. L. H. Lawrence
that he will be denied the pleasure -
Mary Lawrence, who have been the .
The June meeting of Annie Cole-
of meeting the friends who
guests of Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson many MRS. ORA LAYTON TO I
man Chapter U. D. C., for June has LEAVE
,
will be in town on account of the elec! '
have returned to their home a tion. been called off because of unavoidable WINTER PARK SCHOOL THE SANITARY GROCERY fI

Bowling Green, Ky. circumstances.

Mrs. II. L. Currie, who has been The W. C. T. U. women wish in ; By order of the president, Deaconess Mrs. Ora Layton, principal of the CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
her and daughter Mr high school at Winter Park has
visiting son this way to thank Mr. Kent, the man i Parkhill. ten-
and Mrs. W. K. Currie, on East Livingston ager of the Lucerne, for his kindness : Mrs. Bliss, secretary. dered her resignation, and will leave 200 6 & 8 & Pine Street
avenue, returned yesterdayto some; time this week for New York.
in giving them the use of his
her home at Punta Gorda. Her mother preceded her several days
theater Sunday afternoon. He inquired SOROSIS MEMBERS
Mrs J. W. Clayton, who has been very carefully what the subject ago. This news will be cause for regret r CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. W would be before saying "Yes, to the many patrons of the
you | FUNERAL DESIGNS
There will be business
a regular school and Mrs.
Layton's friends .1
Acree, on East Church street, left may use this place; my mother is a gen-
yesterday for Atlanta to visit her 'white ribboner.' meeting of Sorosis, Tuesday after- erally. She took charge of the Win- .+ltiiiaillllMHUHIIMMMMHMIIIIIiMHMiliM'Call
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daughter, Mrs. Linton Elliott. noon, June 2nd, with our open session; ter Park school five years ago, and ,
to follow, at 4 o'clock, at which time has built it up through faithful and --
Col. T. J. Watkins returned yesterday The following is clipped from tiWoman's e
LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
the Rev. L. A. Spencer will give a efficient work. It is understood that TOO White Star MarketSanborn
from Macon, Ga., where he attended Journal and Suffrage News,
talk on the Seminole Indians. Each certain changes
contemplated by the
the commencement exercise published in Boston: "Rev. Mary A.
SALE-Dark brown horse, 14
regular member has the privilege of: school board at Winter Park Bros., Proprietors.
and a meeting of the hoard of trustees ,Safford, president of the Florida brought hands high weight 900 pounds;
of Wesleyan college. CoL Watkins Equal Suffrage association, recently inviting three guests. The members about her resignation. President W. sound; and gentle; 8 years old. Price
are requested to meet promptly at F. Blackman of Rollins college ex- $150. Richard Carter, Lake Mary,
says that it was much warmer assisted in organizing the first Men's '
3:30 o'clock to transact the regular tended invitation Fla. 6-2-2t
in Macon than in Orlando, and he is Equal Suffrage league in Florida. His an to the board togive
monthly business. the of the
glad to get back so that he can cool Honor, the mayor of Orlando, has pupils high school Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
order of the Mrs.
By president
off. Some few changes were made in the added distinction of being the first quarters in the college. This would for prices on Cow Peas 429mttlMliltHIIMMMIMH T % -

the faculty of the college, but none of president of the league." A. B. Whitman.Mrs. mean a separation of the school
E. LaRue Bliss, secretary. grades, which Mrs.
the more important chairs were Layton does not and see expert cook with Ideal
changed. Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disinfectant 5-31-2 think best. This matter will probablycome Fireless Cookers at McCulloch's department -
Manti Tonic. Office room 22, before the school board at to- > store every day this week
Empire building. 5-27-lm Eat what you want. day's meeting. from 4 to ,6 p. m.
From 4 to 6 an expert from the Eat all you want. r
factory is demonstrating Ideal Fireless Take a postscript and forget it.
Cookers at McCulloch's Read the Morning Sentinel Price NUMBER 44411 WON
Department I I For sale by all durggists. CANDY AND
10 cents week. _
Store. a s*> l-7-d&w-lyr PASS AT LUCERNE

T. F. HOURIHAN
The holder of this lucky number
MliMMtHiMtlMlttlllllllMiAt . . , will be awarded a one dollar box of NO MATTER WHAT CUT you select -
"11111.111111111111." 1." .&.1 " II 1 1111 " ,1",1"1 candy and a pass to the Lucerne the- Licensed Plumber and you get first class meat at this
ater for one week upon presentationof Sanitary Engineer
same at the box office. market. For we handle only choice
This drawing has certainly started Estimates Furnished jobbing grain fed cattle and small stock from
The
Attended
to.
Lucerne
TodayDaniel with a lucky number if superstitionhas Promptly which all cuts are better than the
anything to do with it. The PHONE 6z9 prime cuts from a stock of lower
above number combines 4-11-44,which
according to history is some number. 106 Court Street grade. A trial will prove our meats

The drawings will continue every worth more, though we do not charge
night at the Lucerne for the coming ORLANDO, FLORIDA it.
two weeks at least, and if the Orlando 4-2l 1m

Frohman presents Mrs. Fiske, in "Tess ot the j. last all people summer.like candy they may ,1"1111,1,1111,111111- 48 W. Church Phone 23 5-6t-f

D'Urbervilles of the famous i Sl/ .
one most .""
productions ever : POINTED PARAGRAPHSA .-i't: '-<1\-\

released by the Famous Players Film Company. This is : .-M- .ui paper is not delivered

man occasionally interferes with (r promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
another picture never played before for less than 25 cents. the affairs of a woman without get Shoe Repairingby

ting the worst of it-in a novel
"Silent Witness, a two reel Broncho. PARCEL POSTMen's WOOD, COAL AND ICE

Misfortune is no respecter of Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

"Right Dopea one reel Komic comedy, and that box : sons-and neither is fortune'for per the Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfSentinel

I of candy and the pass it you are lucky. Remember we have :matter of that. Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 want ads. are money get

one comedy every day of the week. Spray material, insecticides and Hand Turned Sole, $l.oo ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY. r I If
fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San Heels Repaired, 2c f-
ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents erature. 4-29-lm. All Ordcw work withoat returned remittance in 24 hoars returned I

Buy your garden seed from DeLaney C. 0. D. We pay ,,
Balcony 5 Cents to All. & Abernethy. Just received a return postage. -
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-t
DR. J. C .HOWELL

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Eat what you want A. Hanson Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment
i Eat all you want. 19 East Pine Street Ii No extra charge for house treatment
.. .'* Take a postscript and forget it. .
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Editor of Morning Sentinel: hereby announce my candidacy for Representative .
a Orlando Fla. I I from Orange county subject to
the action of the Democratic. primary to be
Dear Sir: held June 2nd. Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale For This WayYour
In columns have made repeated J. H. REESE. Rent etc, for this column,.Ke for one da;.
your you
SOc for three days or SLOG for one week for
statements that the Orlando FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 25 words or lees. Money must accompany
the I advertisements fer this
column as no
Water and Light Company refuses. hereby announce my candidacy for Representative insertions wiU be made on credit. doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your
furnish undergroud connections for from Orange county subject to
the action of the Democratic primary to beheld case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
the proposed "White-Way" and haves June 2nd. FOR SALE

also pointed out to the public that S. S. GRIFFIN. Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
four year old buds; Foster Early,
this alleged refusal on the part of FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
4 the is the only obstacle in
company,
hereby announce myself a candidate for Navel. Address.Mrs. M.KahK
the way of the suggested improve- Representative from Orange county for the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
r next session of the Florida Legislature, subject .
;:\ ments. It is evident that the facts June to 2nd.the Democratic primary to be held FOR SALE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
in the case have either been over-
C. P. DICKINSON.FOR Lot of mules cheap; good condition,
looked or poorly reported, for theydo weiging eleven to twelve hundred

not bear out these assertions. The REPRESENTATIVE pounds; account mill closed down. .If
point at issue concerns, not the typeof you want a bargain come and see we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
Yielding to what appears to be the desire mules mill
these at Florida
of leading citizens in almost our on high quality would have been used. Your would have
installation, for we agree that any of Orange county that one of every the can-precinct Midland, eight miles from Kissimmee. prescription been filled justas

other than an underground system didates to be nominated for Representativein Address Ansley Lumber & Tie your doctor wrote it.Don't.
the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe Co. Kissinjmee, Fla. 5-31-6t
y would not be acceptable, but rather .
from the eountry precincts I hereby announce -
the bearing of the attached myself a
expnse candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
thereto. Such a system presents no FOR MEMBER COUNTY BOARD OF PUB- bargain; recently completely over-
: engineering problems and should not LIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 hauled and made good as new in ev-
ery part; guaranteed first class con- ForgetThat
be confused with a general system of I hereby announce myself a candidate for
dition must be sold at at
election as a Member of the County Board of ; once even
underground wiring, which is an en- Public Instruction from District No. 2, Orange sacrifice. Come, or address, White
tirely different matter. County. Florida. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.

Briefly stated, this company maintains M M. SMITH. 4-23-tf a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
: First, that any "white-way" PROPERTY in the vicinity of New be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people -

' system should be instaled by and at I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor York city, with residence, to exchange -
;, the expense of the property owners Board re-election of Public to Instruction the office, Orange of Member County of for Orlando property on cash and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate

i of the city, and secondly, that the frm primary.District No.3.Very subject respectfully to the coming Orlando valuation., Fla.J. :M., 307 West 5-3-lm-d&w street, -it chanees this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

company should furnish current, lamp Zellwood, Fla. WM. EDWARDS. WANTED-Position these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
renewals and care over the system, as housekeeperwhere

when completed for a reasonable com- FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI child can be kept with me. People who live out of town may mail us- their orders-we pay postage. '
Pleasant surroundings more important -
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
pensation. In other words, the com- re-electS to the office of Supervisor of than salary. Address J. C., care
pany is not concerned with the actual Registration for Orange County subject to Sentinel. 5-27-2w
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
installation of the "white-way," its 1914.

duty being one of service only. This FRANK H. WILLIAMS. FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and
gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
t is the uniform practice where such FOR COMMISSIONERI 5-20-dlOt-wlmo &
used. hereby announce myself a candidate for DeLaney AbernethyNext
systems are reelection as County Commissioner from
The management of the District No. 1 of Orange county subject to WANTED-Unfurnished room in private -
company
the action of the primary of June 2a.!. Youi house; light housekeeping;
from the first maintained that the support will be greatly appreciated.
town or near. Address "S. 7 Gore
L proposed "white-way" offers simply a -M. 0. OVERSTREET. avenue, Orlando. 5-24 Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida.

plain business which FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
proposition,
FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford
a hereby announce myself a candidate for
should be understood and handled as Treasurer of Orange County subject to the car, in first class condition, fully -
such and have always asserted their Democratic primary of June %nd. 1914. equipped and good casings all around.
J. H. TUCKER. For sale will take C. B.
willingness and quick $350.
readiness to submit YOUR PRINTINGLook
the of FOR SHERIFFI Lindsay P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. Dr. BuclimasterOsteopathic WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES w
arrangement a plan, under
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Phone 321. 5-31-lw AND DO ALL KINDS OF
which it can be secured to abritra- Sheriff of Orange County subject to the through your desk and see if

tion as a way to overcome all obsta Democratic primary of June FRANK 2nd,GORDON.1914. LOST-A bunch of keys somewhere OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
between postoffice and my home at Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
x. cles. In
our conferences and corre- FOR SHERIFFI No. 314 North Main Street. Please at 24 and we will call, get your
spondence on this subject, this has leave this office and receive 132 Avenue
announce myself as a candidate fer the at re- Orange order and do the work promptly and
been the only position taken by the office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida ward. A. B. JOHNSON at the lowest price consistent with

company and it has been clearly de- subject native of to Orange the Democratic county. In primary.asking the I am votes a Next door to People's Bank, high grade work. It will receive our

fined. of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge LOST-Fancy work bag, containing up-stairs. Acute and chronic best attention. Sentinel,.Court street.
the Vities of the office without fearor fancy work pair glases and other -
Surely our attitude releases us from favor to any man for the upholding of the diseases treatedTelephone
articles. Return to & Atha'soffice
Cooper
laws and the preservation of peace and good Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
any responsibility for any delay. It order in the county. 114 South Orange Ave., and for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
DR. L H. RAMSDEU
is annoying to have our position mis- WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR receive reward. 6-2-31 578.Up Pepper Crates. 4-29m

represented and I trust you will grantus COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION LOST Central OPTOMETRIST
-Friday, avenue, or
DISTRICT NO. 3
space for this correction and thank I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Ocoee road, raincoat with peculiar to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps made to order at
} you for the courtesy. the office of Member of the County mark; not new; reward. Chas. H is the kind you want. Where to getit Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf.If .
Board of Public Instruction from School Baker court house. 5-31-lt .. FLORIDA
? That's ORLANDO -
easy, phone 636. W. T.
Yours ..
very truly, Board District N 3, subject to the actionof
the Democratic June 2nd, 1914. Entrican. 1-20-tf bicycle fixed ina
primary want your
D. A. WANTED-To buy horse you
CHENEY. ,
q If elected I will give thoughtful attention to wagon Put money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Warman Repair
the educational interests of the county and and harness. Call on or address, Phone 444 Auto 12'5tL
Livery. 4-25-U
I. tising in the Sentinel Shop.
faithful service. with price, and description. W. II.
Sentinel "wants" fiIlyOUl' wut
C. H. GALLOWAY.
Funk Pine Castle Fla. 6-2-3t.
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FOR INSTRUCTION THE COUNTY-DISTRICT BOARD OF NO.PUBLIC 2 WANTED-Six families to keep cool :;::11111111111111111\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\ } \\\\\\\\ii\\i\\ttt\ \ \ : \\

I hereby announce myself as candidate for this summer. Write for apartments,

MAY BEES-AN ESSAY the Public office Instruction of Member from of School the County Board Board DistrictNo. of Box 223, Daytona Beach Fla. 31-2t I


: By Claude L'EngleDont't give primary. 2 due, subject attention June to 2nd the to 1914.action the work of If the elected of Democratic the I office will, FOR RENT: IT'S TIME TO THE UP 1[ HOUSE[

and endeavor to be fair to all the school
7 Get Stung- interests of the county.

May bees are good little in J. B. REDDITT. GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be ;


But sects they, don't fly in June I Commissioner am FOR a candidate COUNTY of for COMMISSIONER Orange the office county of County from. to had 407 in South private Orange family avenue.by applying 5-30-6t- ,: FURNISHING I QUESTION( IN R REAL( l lE..A.ElTEST

FOR RENT-Two office in ;
A= In the June primaryDon't District 2. If elected I promise to serve the spaces .
people to the best of my ability having re our store at No. 9 W. Church street i
L5 bees. the people.to know the needs of the section and Electric Co. 3-29-tf .

Some other man may be all Respectfully .1 :

right for you in Congress; Apopka Fla. A. C. STARBIRD TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- :
houses. 563. 1
} ern Daetwyler, phone i '
Some other man may be in 4-26-tf .

line with progressive De- J hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER nyrelf a candidate for i I Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
re-election as Commissioner froa District No. FOR RENT-Parties going north de-
mocracy. J, Orange county, Florida subject to the sire to rent new bungalow com- delight; it is a pleasure to select ,from them, and an added
Some other man may be action of the Democratic primary to beheld ;
furnished. Attractive location.
able to think for the people June tad, 1914. J. L. DILLARD. 203 pletely Ridgewood avenue. 5-28-3t pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

after election, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR RENT-Six room house, in first ble in every sense of the word.

But may be some other manwon't. class condition. No. 210 N. Orange
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefar .filllllillMIMIIIillilHIIIIHIIMMIMMMIIilOlilMIMMHCHARGE .,
County Commissioner, Orange County, avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or- :
And be 'you'll get District Four subject to the action of the lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf .
may Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914. I win ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
% stung fooling with him. greatly appreciate your support
Yours FOR RENT-A garage for automo-
You know that Claude C. J.truly SWEET. bile or storage purposes. 5 North to purchase good :on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
L'Engie is NOT a may be; Pine Castle F1a. Gould street. 5-31-3t

You know that he .wffl FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER dubs or any other. formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

I announce myself as a candidate for reelection MISCELLANEOUSWE
think and act for ,
you to the office .f Gouty Commission
Because he is now in Con- er. Orange County District Five subject \ feature to you.
to the decision of the Democratic primary
gress doing this very thing. June %ud, 1914. ARE PREPARED to give your MMIMMMMtMIHMMIHtlfttlltilllMttmillMtMMIttlKincaid .
children the graded school work dur-
When Respectfully
: you can get a sure
E. L BROWN ing the summer. This embraces Eng- .
thing, Ft. Christmas Fla. lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship,
Don't risk the best chance FOR'TAX ASSESSORI typewriting, and any other subjects

that ever happened. hereby announce my candidacy for the taught in the graded schools. Southern -
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject Schools of Commerce, Hand build-
Claude L'Engle has been i to the action of the Demooraitc primary
Orlando Fla. 5-24-3t & Siiowden
time-tried and firetested called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated and ing, ,
elected I pledge you my faithful service.
in the fights for the ARTHUR BUTT. I NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet

people's rights.He potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
is the thing 1 hereby announce myself'as a candidate Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
one sure
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
of
for you in this race for Orange County subject to the Democratic Furniture Character
in the Fourth primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If reelected OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The
Congress
I pledge to JOn my faithful serviceas Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof
I have endeavored to give in the
District.He past
all kinds. Fish and in
oysters sea-
W. t: MAnN
is there for one term, son. Your patronage solicited. S. at Popular Prices........

Keep him there for another Who is your painter and decorator? Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm

Vote for Claude L'Engle If you are satisfied keep the

c first. have No. 636.; if not; phone W. T. Entrican one 1-20-U you, First class Repair'Brazing Shop a 0"specialty Court St.atWarman's ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaIMIHMIM

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

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(From Bull 100. Fla Experiment

Station.) GROVETen THE MARKETOf
It matters little what implementis

used in cultivating corn, if we

observe that the principle that the ll Ili nv | Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH

corn must be cultivated very shah acres on beautiful lake
low, so as to not disturb or break
off any of the roots. The Very best 4, 'cI41k two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS

implement for providing a soil mulchis court house in the fastest grow FISH AND GAME
the weeder. Next to. the weederwe toL \
ing section of Orange County,
have th smoothing harrow. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
The former implement is the cheapest Seven hundred orange and grape

and lightest, and with it one man 1 t fruit trees. Five hundred in.. ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

with one horse can easily cultivateten 'f'\1\ W Low Round Trip RatesFROM full bearing. This grove is a and pure.
or twelve acres of corn in a day. :
After the corn is too tall for cultiva- JACKSONVILLE big paying proposition. Owner ; ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

tion with a weeder or smoothing harrow St.Lou $37.1 Clkift $43.50 CwciiMt $33.00 is getting old and must sell. : everything in the Meat Line.
a six or eight-shovel riding cul- IV Dtirtr suo St. Peel 56.75 Uuinlle. 3150l
Coltnda Sprint SUI Dalai IJSt Ionill. 21.40 Present trees indicate
tivator should be used. Some of these Salt Lake City 71.60 WlBllpCf 76.7S Enl..iIIt. 3225 crop on :

are provided with sweeps in place of J Yellovttou Partial1 .. .. 101.00 71.11 Torool Montreal. -. .. 4S.SO 55.4S French l.diaDlpor.Lick. .. .. 3570 3S.30 two thousand boxes. Price only : : The PARLOR MARKET
shovels. The cultivator continues to J Seattle 106.01 Pctotkry 51.58 Toledo . 41.10
Lot AngelesSaiFnicBCf.. 89.50 Mackiuc 53.00 Detroit > 43.50 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on :
keep the soil mutchd on the surface, U.50 Buffalo 4740 ChautllQll1 47.40
Glacier Park 8US Mayan Falls 47.40 Mammoth CT 30.90 terms.
which prvents vaporation. This implement I I Low rates to other point in Colorado,California,Canada.Mime I: H. M. Self & Co. H
may be used for cultivatingthe IOta,Michigan,the Great Lake and Rocky Mountains Proportionallylow

corn until the field has been I ;, ratesfrom Ticket on other sale points daily in until the September State. 30. Return limit Oct. 31. I Cooper & Atha' j jI PINE STREET

planted to legumes and is ready to VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT
be laid by. P LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. Phone No. 80
114 South Ave.
I Orange Ground Floor
Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago
j
or vice Versa Liberal stopover on all tickets. I
TELLS HOW HE GROWS CORN
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three Phone No. 311 1""II'IIIIIII'III"IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII'lel"'I"I'W. :
f t ll 1 through train.daily;choice of three different r
Dear Mr. Editor: Ii l I routes. r
I
So many have asked as to my meth- i Orleans.Three Unexcelled daily trains dining to the car southwest fenrice.through Fast time.New ...IllllllllllllllllllNew . . . . . . . . V
ods of corn culture that I beg to sub- i I I Rock LaHast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated -
mit the following for the considera- -.- I ( I booklets of summer tourist resort, rates, sleep
I ing car reservations and other information address,

tion My of methods your readers adapt: themselves to ; H. C. BRETNEY,

the man of limited means; cultiva- I ( Ir [19 I Florid 134 PaiKBfer West BIT Aienf Street, M. SLEMONS V '

tion is the secret. This has been l y l ti l it l I I JACKSOnvILLE FLA. .
gained by years of observation and

experimenting. If able to fertilize,

so much the better, but corn can be

grown profitably on any ordinary Fare 3 00 Goods Arriving Daily

pine land, with very little fertilizer.I DAILY BETWEEN
have used this season, on eight DUFFALO

acres, fifteen dollars worth of commercial EVELAND
fertilizer and a fete wagon

loads of barnyard manure, and I in-
vite the public to come and see my asr l

corn. Corn growing is no longer an We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

experiment with me, but a certainty,
made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
"King Quality" Shoes.
and I feel that hay can be grown THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

and saved just as profitably. People Length. 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,indict;510 fUtenom and pvlon -ccoBiaodaiing 1SOO pwofrn. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
often speak of the quality of my land. Crater of in the coot larger in all propertion*-.richer in all appointment!-thin may slams onuJanJwilen
world.; la ternce Jane ISlh.Magnificat
There are thousands of acres all Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

r_ .-3l'"n iiJ tN." rest as good or bet- Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND lit Dec. 1 C.
May to ht
....I.u J Best place in the city to trade.
'i.,. ., .
.' J. want of cultiva- i LemBa&lo 900P.M. Lew Oewlmd 900P.M. ;
Arrive Qerelmd JO A.It!. Arrive BdoJo 7.30A.M. ,
Ij a 'd cash is
r : ;j being (Eutera Standard Time)
'.; ", "'* :or corn and hay, Connection at OereUndlor PrnJu-BaT,Toledo.Detroit and all points'l"eatandSou1nmt.1W1roH
ticket reading between BaOalo sod CkreUad are good for trmiuporutioa om oar ite_
,
*' wn at home. Now Ak your ticket agent foe ticket via G&B.Line. Wnto u for fcandMma fflustnted booklet fee*.
'J ui )&u Faders to get busy THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0. W. M. SLEMONSURANGE

and j- duce all the corn,
. 'e &. <;!: :Gave done for the AVENUE

;.; year, c. d the same will To
the West and NorthwestVIA
V VV- at.:'' t V sr crops-and we .. ..' . . . . . . . . ., ---

*,< I f more prosperous
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!a .*: Intelligent culti-

'. : te tell come you how and it seer is DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND 1l1NIf1

.1: It :,. % -spectfully THERINGTON SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ,,:, :::," "I'i4,M !:: ;: /MMMMMMMIHM"iliilllili*4444 M+*44441ilJIMtiillHIHIIftltillMIU *+*!


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v Orlando. A. C. L..... u: lam 3:F1Jer'l I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm
t l' 1t: date, during theat'i r Jacksonville A. c.,} o:45 am : r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm New Line of Gas Ranges
: ill admit free ofthtunder v Jacksonville A- .. 5:35 am 8i pm T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8lipm
T Wayeross, .A .....11:50am 105 pm v Waycross. A. C. L. .............10 20 pm
twelve r Macon. C.. r\...... 5:13 pm 4:15 amr r Macon. (L S. ft F. .............. 3:46amr Will be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them, !! !
anied by adults Atlanta;. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 'l:%S as Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7.".Sam
i I; at'ti .? r Chattanooga, W. & A..IMS 11:55 r Knoxville L. ft N. .............12:19pm consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell if f
a. ti.j- it ticket, to the am r Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16 pmr them reductions during June
f r Nashville N. & t St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pmAr Louisville. L. ft N. .............. 9:00pm at the following :
of
ralUl' regular pic- -
3 St. Louis L c. L. "N. 2:50pm '1:20 amAr r Indianapolis. !a. L. ............ 1:50 am Old Price Will Sell For gg
1. Ar Lexington. L. &: N. ............ (:50pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$10.00 $30.00 f !
' HopVinsrille. L. i N...........
9 t:VV. others a chance ; 6Y7 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm
1 Double Oven Cabinet Range _ _ _ 40.00 30.00
f t t"'t1r.' to a high class Az Evansville. L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. &; L ..........11:Y0 pm
A J Terre Haste C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. ft; L ....... %:-5 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
..t43 V'lt !uring the hours A.r Chicago, C. &; E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four .............
., 7:16am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . . 20.00 17.50
:f fr! the afternoon,

,*- <') jme and still Solid train DIXIE composed LIMITED of section drawing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July
know where they are and what they nom sleeping ears, observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00. f fI
in and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches fx
are doing.
Chicago. and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
A. G.KENT, ir between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis:
Manager Lucerne Theater. DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and I 1 _
Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between Orlando Water & Light Company i
artment, obsenrajKm sleepers, and clecUiechted Jacksonville and Grand
i Rapids on Mondaysand
Have
the Sentinel follow you dur- section drawing-room sleepers. First-
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining car
ing the summer months. Address I trves meal a Ia carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati oc-L-: Gas Department .
changed as often as desired. Sub-

scribe now1.25 for three months. FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATION I AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON ttiMHtH MHI MIMIIIIIIISMifjOur
Job W. R. MfEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Affent. I I I III lit : 111.III.r"III..I..I.I. ..
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., Jrompt Attention unirm CourteSj Crop Is Later Than Last Year's But !

c/o Details ;; ill Very Good Prices Are

Being Obtained

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Jacksonville, Fla., May 29.-Water-

melons are moving in car lots. The :. ..

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO quality and size compares favorablywith ... :, ; "J OU OTV1l'( ; :; r.: ;:,
the first shipments made in former j'i' :
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years. Probably the first car to : .
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move was shipped by D. H. Gilbert .. .. ( J \ Tt'l.:\ .. :.
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CHOOSING INVESTMENTS from Lakeland, May 19, to the Chi- .: .
cago market The first car from Wau- .: not only financial provision for tile and
Is not light undertaking for off present
a even men chula moved May 21, and was soldf. future

wide knowledge and business experience.The .o.b. track for $375. It was shippedto
El Paso, Tex. The car was loaded kit
careful investor never for a moment
W. W. Bateman L. B.
by Hancheyand
permits the interest rate to influence his judge J. J. Turner. On May 20 a car :: I experience in handling money, experience in financing y
the home
ment as to the safety of the principle. rolled from Bowling Green for the '

New York market, and on May 21, so
t To the inexperienced investor, the ONE
one car from Arcadia to New York

SAFE COURSE is to put his or her money in moved. Two cars moved May 24, one :. she can live within her means nov (as she desires)

from Nocatee to Birmingham, and ; and after your death as she must.
this bank, taking one of our Certificates of Deposit .
one from Bowling Green to New
earning 4 per cent interest. York. .

This avoids every element of chance, givesa I The fruit this week is moving quite '_ S: Let her run the house on a stipulated amount. .

freely, but drought in most sections .
, safe, sure interest return with the principle has caused considerable damage.The Open an account in her name today :. .

; : secure and available any time. first cars to move this week :. .: ; :
were four from Grand Island, which : We have a special system that wiU help her ;:.
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went to the Chicago market. The --<:'' .. and save you money. ; .

price paid was $1,000 for the four ." -. .; ..- .. -:.

'cars f.o.b. Shipments will be heavy : ... ... .. ... Call and let us explain) it. /... <..-;..._...'...
next week and will continue to increase .
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Will Put the Reins I of f Rain the hope crop has to before fallen move in Georgia a large some starts.percent.sections D. _i I 1w: 0' _" PW} ILiH : .. .

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, of Success in Your but in need the larger of moisture.part of the acreage is :

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High Prices for Limes .. ..

Jacksonville, Fla., May .-Limes .

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are out of sight. The lime shipping I MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOIOHtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative season will not start until after J u'yI I "K'

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call on you. He will give you a made throughout June. All previous I '

4 formula that will make and mature records were broken last week for I
M ,prices paid for limes at Miami. One I

your fruit 'barrel> sold for $20.01 and at the regular H GRAND THEATERCOOLEST
auction at the docks $18.39 per

barrel was paid for two and a half I

barrels. Higher prices are prevailing
_
right along. This is due to the dry

Tile Soutlieru r r Fertier r Co.ORLANDO weather which has prevailed and fruit SPOT IN THE TOWN !
not filling out. A famine of limes is

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son was $20 paid for a barrel of limes
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
and that was on a forced market. Last

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shipped from the Florida keys, four

of which were consigned and two anda Refer to the previous install-
Perils of PaUII-ne"
MMMMMMMMM MMMM half barrels sold at auction on the The ments and we won't have to .

docks at Miami. Nassau shipped tell you about this one. You can't afford to miss any of them. ;r 1
I COWPEAS three barrels which cost, duty and all,

$19 per barrel. Limes in half barrels "Pathe Weekly, NO. 22." Better than most newspa-
sold at retail at the rate of $28 per

barrel. There is a good demand for pers. Good as them all. r

them at this price. Owing to the extreme -

dry weather it is probable that Case." A from finish. "x
"A Dangerous laugh start to
We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- there will be difficulty in filling orders -
this season.
; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- "Slumberville's Scare." A smile a second. ,

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. .. Florida Citrus ShipmentsCars
; moved last week ________ 103 A bill that needs no boosting.Lest .
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of Cars moved week before last. 289

Total cars moved to last forget "THAT ORCHESTRA."
all kinds. we
Saturday .,?..*._____._...20,485

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers -
f Jacksonville, Fla., May 29.-While CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
etc. Phpnes 181191.
,
I .r:& there have been showers in several
.., .,
sections of the state and heavy rainsin i .
TOMORROW-Civic League Benefit. Come help the
i the Manatee section a large portion -
3T. IDUtti'SANFORD of the citrus fruit crop is still poor. Mr. Walter Drennen will sing. Three others will surprise -

suffering from the drouth. In some

FLORIDA r sections the leaves are curling on i you.
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5-15-tf. .r the trees and fruit is dropping. While
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fruit, if weather conditions are

not more favorable, the loss is going FLORIDIAN INVENTS AERIAL TENNY TO ADDRESS FARMERS' KEEP THE MEMORY OF SCHOOL

I to be quite severe. Rain is needed TORPEDO UNION AT FELLSMEREThe DAYS FOR ALL TIME
badly in some of the largest fruit
I, growing sections of the state. The

ATTENTION drouth is not as general throughoutthe St. Augustine, Fla.,June 1.-An invention farmers' union will hold a special -I,

state as reported last week but which may figure to a large meeting at Auber hall Tuesday .
there have been no real heavy rains extent in future warfare is soon to evening next for the purpose of hear- t R

Stock Sale except in some favored sections which be tested out at San Diego, Cal., by ing a talk on vital questions in connection J
Reducing
form only a very small percentage of the war department, and if it is I with our shippnig interestsby r

the entire acreage of citrus fruit. proven successful the credit will come Lloyd S. Tenny, the secretary and

Some late fruit is still moving but ,to Herman Fox Davis of this city. manager of the Florida Growers' andShippers'

Continued 30 Days : is fast diminishing and by the middle Mr. Davis is a well known St. Augustine League. President Brown
of June the entre will have been asks us to extend an invitation to any
crop young man, and is now a student -
.
in the community regardlessof
,
J marketed. in the law department of the person
HISSES lAHLTMT & DUNN their affiliations with the associations -
University of Florida at Gainesville.Mr. .
I interested to be
who be ,
NAVAL AVIATORS RETURN TO Davis has worked hard and may
I present. The meeting is of vital im-
PENSACOLA long over the invention and has testedit
Agents for Barclay Corsets portance to all depending on the
to his own satisfaction. Congressman
Pensacola, Fla., June -The battleship trucking and shipping business, and
Mississippi, with all of the Frank Clark has assisted him in
Tri
McCall's PatternsMRS. that's about all of us.-Fellsmere
aviators and flying machines aboard, securing a hearing at Washingtonand bune. Your graduation portraits and thoseof

is expected t6 arrive in Pensacola I with excellent results. He has your da:5:5mate-precious to you
harbor by June 10. The vessel is at' received notice that the war department now-will be priceless in the years to
Vera Cruz, and the navy aviators will soon make official tests at Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
the at San Diego, ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. come.We
training grounds
have been used there for the past several are exhibiting new and attract-
FISKE IN "TESS" AT THE drama so well known to all and 519tf.
last
Cal., and he will be there to demon
weeks in surveying the surround-
school that
LUCERNE TODAY but not least, this firm was produced ive styles of pictures will
t Mrs. Fiske, of America's most ing country, but owing to the fact strate. make class
one by a company composed of many of Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, most apropriate gifts, and
famous actresses, will be seen at the the most famous stars this country that aviation activity has been The invention is in the nature of at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. which are priced consistently.We .
Lucerne Frohman's theater tonight of in Thomas Daniel ful has ever known. The story is a soul stopped by the department and thereis an aerial torpedo and is so constructed 519tf. would be pleased to have yon
presentation portrayal of a woman's sorrow, is
Hardy's sublime drama, "Tess of the full of heart interest and will hold no likelihood of them being again that it will travel any given distance make a visit to our studio.
D'Urbervilles," produced in moving you from beginning to end. This picture needed, the Mississippi has been or- and drop high explosives upon T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone EVANS
pictures by the Famous Players Film should be seen by every man, dered back to Pensacola. Here the any objective point. After it is once 2, Orlando. 3.5-tf ,
company. To mention Mrs. Fiske's woman and child in this city or vicin- Artistic
Orlando's
aviators will continue their experimental started upon its flight even air cur- Photographer, No.
name is to say that something wonderful ity. The moral is
very strong, and '
will be shown on the screen will keep many a young girl from I work and also proceed with -ents can not deflect it, owing to a It wiB pay you to let us do some 100 N. Main St, one block north of
but back of this we have Mr. Hardy's taking a false step. instructions of new men of the corps. special device. of your printing. We do it right. court house. Phone 125.i '4


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