The morning sentinel
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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 4, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.









At an Adjourned Meeting to Be Held GIRL HELPED Two Men Escape Death by Jumping




BOUND TO RESULT AND AL- The purchase of the jail lot by the Two Orlando men escaped instant WHILE SPARKMAN IN FIRST,
city upon which to erect a civic AS TO HOW DURING LAST NINE YEARS death remarkably yesterday after-
building will be discussed today atan CLOTHING SUPPOSED TO TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS noon by jumping from their automobile -

TYPHOID HAVE MADE adjourned meeting of the board of HAVE BEEN WORN BY HAVE BEEN EXPENDEDON a second before the machine was IN THE THIRD ARE NOMINATED

APPEARANCE county commissioners.The crushed by the Coast Line passenger
committee from the Board of I train going north at 3:13.

Tampico, May 30.-Delayed( in Trade in company with the city com- THE CELLAR Mr. V. H. Green, of the Orlando Tampa, Fla., June 3.-(Special.)-

transmission.) (Special.) Health missioners will appear before the I Water and Light company, accompa- Scattering returns from the fourth *

conditions in this city and district county commissioners at 11 o'clock Newcastle, Ind., June 3.Announcing Washington, June 3.-Twelve millions nied by Mr. J. E. Turner, was drivinga congressional district indicate the

immediately surrounding are menac- this morning to ascertain if the county that he is convinced that the dis- of dollars has been dispensedin Buick car and reached the crossingat election of W. J. Sears, of KissSrn- j
will sell the lot in question and at than of charity by the American Red Crossin Gore without
ing. Many dead federals still lie un- appearance more a year ago avenue seeing or mee, with Congressman Claude L'En
buried in the trenches on the outskirtsof what price and upon what terms. nine year old Catharine Winters, for the last nine years.In hearing the approach of the train. He gle as low man.

town and the air is continually The jail lot is considered an ideal whom there has been a countrywidesearch this period, beginning in 1905, says that the engineer blew no signalfor Chief Justice Thomas M. Shackle-
location for the proposed civic cen- will be solved when the Red Cross and that the train
darkened by the sable winged vul- I by the findingof was reincorporated the crossing, ford of the supreme court is leadingby
ter, and on the contrary it is regardedas her murdered body buried in a there have been more than sev- was upon them before there was any
the with
tures circling over spot. a big margin Judge Avery,
There are huge piles of refuse in an improper place for the jail, being : nearby farm where the Winters fam- nty-five disasters caused by earth- opportunity to save the car and none of Pensacola, as second. It seems ,
in the center of the resi- ily lived Robert M. Abel New quakes, volcanic eruptions, fires to themselves to
the streets, serving as breeding very once a save except jump, as that ther election is certain,thus elim- '
places for countless numbers of dis- dence district and amid the most York detective, took a squad of thir- floods, famine, mine explosions and both did. inating former Attorney General W
# beautiful surroundings. There is a ty-six detectives, local policemen and wars in this and other countries.Not The car was smashed beyond repair -
ease carrying mosquitoes and flies. H. Ellis, who was also a candidate.
Living conditions here can not result demand to remove the jail, and this deputy sheriffs in automobiles to the included in the $12,000,000 is > and needless to say the young i

in anything but epidemics. Al- will undoubtedly be done sooner or place. They carried shovels, pitch- the sum of $1,800,000 that has been men were badly frightened. It was a Fletcher Gets Large Majority ,
later whether the sale of the lot is forks and crowbars. raised by the sale of Red Cross close call, and but accentuates the
ready traces of smallpox and typhoid Jacksonville, Fla., June 3.-Spe-(
have been discovered and the inhab- made to the city or not. Abel declared that he would go over stamps. This fund is used exclusively need for automatic crossing guardsat
cial.)-While all the returns are not i
itants of Tampico have been deci- Since the meeting of the Board of every foot of the farm with shovels if for the war against the white all crossings in Orlando.
yet in it seems that Senator Fletch-
Trade Monday night when Dr. C. D. necessary. plague in this country. In additionto
mated by the ravages of an even er's majority over John N. C. Stock-
Christ made known his willingnessto Unless the authorities turn up some extending relief to the needy in
more dreaded Mood disease. ton will be at least four thousand.
sell the lot at the corner of Main such positive piece of evidence as the great calamities, the Red Cross con- !' SANFORD TEAM Will HAY Y I[ Sparkman wins in the first districtby

SPANISH AMBASSADOR COMPLAINS and Central for the proposed city body of the child, it is improbablethat tinually fights tuberculosis, maintains
about two thousand majority over
TO BRYAN building, there has been considerabletalk the present charge of conspiringto a system of free nurses for the poor, l LOCALS TillSAflERNOON[ Angle and DeBerry the former madea
in favor of purchasing this site. commit a felony made against looks after the safety of miners and ,
Washington June 3.-Senor Riano, strong showing and polled about
The situation of the lot next the courthouse Catherine's father and stepmother, has a volunteer life saving force.
the Spanish ambassador, asked Secre- four thousand votes, the latter abouta
and its other advantages makea Dr. W. A. Winters and Mrs. Byrd Friends of this organization declareit Second Game of Summer Baseball to t
tary Bryan today to appeal for the thousand.
strong appeal for decision in favorof Vinters, and heir friend, W. H. can be truthfully said that the
protection of Spanish citizens in Tam- Afford Diversion at the Congresman Clark in the secondran
its selection. It is regarded as Cooper, who lived in the Winters American Red Cross is the greatest *
pico. Fair Grounds from his opponent, John V.
rather desirable to have the city home, can be sustained. single institution for good in the away
According to the ambassador's advices Denton, and was nominated by an >
building and the county building in Abel declared today that he has a world. Its records show that aid is
another forced loan of 137,000 adjoining blocks, and it is likely that II letter, written by one of the three extended at the least possible cost. This afternoon the second game of overwhelming majority.In .
has been demanded by constitu- the third district John P. Stokes .
pesos the price, which is less than that persons already arrested, which will Ready and eager to answer a call the; season will take place at the fair
tionalists. According to the ambassador was given a good vote, but Congressman *
which the commissioners will proba- figure prominently when the cases are for their services are 4,500 enrolled grounds when Sanford will contest
the Spaniards have been sin- Wilson wins him safe .
over by a
bly make on the jail lot, may be a brought to trial. The nature of the graduate nurses. During the last few the honors of the field with the lo-
gled out and persecuted as a class. majority.
deciding factor. letter was not disclosed. Abel also years there has developed in this .
Consul Canada at Vera Cruz reported cals.A -
intimated that part of his evidence country the largest organization of good crowd attended the first
that constitutionalists now in- Returns From the County
consisted of records from a telephonic trained nurses to be found in the game last Thursday, and those who j
sist that clearance for ships PIIUWI&INTTOCharges [ FIRECOMMISSIONERS [
papers [ device. world. The Red Cross, quick to real- witnessed the first effort of the home When the Sentinel went to press
from the United States bound for
I The felony charges were made by ize the advantages of cooperationwith team; were well repaid for their trou- yesterday morning there were seven
Tampico, hitherto signed by Huerta's COUNTY
Abel after he had found what he declares this representative body of women ble. The boys made a good showingand small precincts missing from the
consular officers, must be signed by I. was some of the little girl'sapparel caused the affiliation of the demonstrated plainly that a lit- resume of Tuesday's primary, being

the constitutionalist officers in the fu- Lodged With Governor That I(I: bearing blood stains, in the American Nurses' association with the tle practice and play together would Lockhart, Bay Ridge, Orange Center,

ture.To Laws Have Been Repeatedly I cellar of the Winters home. These Red Cross and a working agreement result in a well matched organiza- Pine Castle, Conway, Fort Christmas,

all inquiries whether an em- Violated by the Board articles of clothing are two red sweaters I between the two bodies is carried out Pickett and Fish. Four of these were
bargo on the shipment of arms out of I tion.The
but the other
supplied yesterday,
a blue hair ribbon and two stock- through a national committee on Red line-up this afternoon will be
American ports to Mexico had been Tallahassee, Fla., June 3.-In their I ings. Today John Wallace, deputy I Cross nursing service. as follows: Beardall, c.; Windham, three, Bay Ridge, Fort Christmas and
re-established, Secretary Bryan replied -
efforts to oust members of the boardof county treasurer,'caused a sensation Through this nursing service the p.; Gore, Ib; Frank Pound, 2b; Por- Fish, are still unreported. All are

that he had "no announcementto county commissioners of Pinellas I' by bringing to police headquarters a Red Cross has undertaken to carry ter, ss.; Bennett, 3b.; Floyd, rf.; i small precincts, however, and can

make on that subject"The county from office, E. L. Pierce, J. B.I i I pair of child's stockings which he said into the homes of the people' a better Crab, cf.; Sadler, If. Smith and Rose, make no change in the final result.

killing of Weston Burwell, of Davidson and L. A. Marsh, represented the I had found in an abandoned! well at knowledge of the underlying princi- relief pitchers; Flynn, Rodenbaughand Those precincts which came in yes-
this city, and a companion supposed
by Attorney Howard Macfarlaneof the former home of the Winters fam- ples of health, the prevention and DeLaney Way for relief in other terday increased the majority receivedby
to1 have also been an American by; Tampa, charge that the commis- ily. The bottom of this well was care of illness through the establish- positions.This Senator Fletcher in this county

Mexicans in the Tampico district sioners have repeatedly violated the promptly excavated for ten feet, but ment of a town and country nursing will be the first afternoon of and added to the good vote given W.

about two weeks ago was confirmed laws of the state of Florida and of I nothing more was found. service, which, it is believed, will the summer half holidays, and this J. Sears for congrss, though Con- j
today in dispatches to the state department II II the lead.
common humanity.Nine N Mrs. Winters said today that one eventually make nursing care availa- fact should swell the attendance at gressman L'Engle remains in
Search is being made
specified'charges are made, in of the sweaters had belonged to her ble even in the most remote regionsof the ball game. The figures stand as follows:
for the bodies. Reports that Burwellwas which it is claimed that each com- :isix i year old son Frankie and the other our country.A For Senator-Fletcher, 634; Stock-
executed as a spy are being in-
missioner is supreme in his own dis- to Hubert Hyde, a nephw of Dr. record of the work of the Red BASEBALL RESULTS ton, 203.

vestigated. trict, contrary to the law; that mate- Winters."It Cross since 1905 is one recounting For Congressman, Fourth District

rials valued at thousands of dollars has been our custom," she said, national calamities in all sections of: National League -Acosta, 38; L'Engle, 345; Malone,

ANTILLA CARRYING ARMS FOR have been purchased without adver- "to throw all the worn out clothingof the world, each a horror that startled Philadelphia 10, New York 3. 55; Sears, 323; Williamson, 25.
tising; that commissioners build roads the children into the cellar until and raised the sympathies of the civ- Pittsburg 5, Chicago 6. For Commissioner of Agriculture-

Washington, June 3.-(Special.)- for the benefit of their own property, !'there was enough from which to make ilized world. In 1905 there was the Brooklyn 6, Boston 3. Appleyard, 233; McRae, 514.

The Antilla, now on the way to Tam- instead of for the public good; that rag carpets. One of the sweaterswas Philippine typhoon. In 1906 there Cincinnati 2, St. Louis f For Supreme Court Justices-

pico loaded with war munitions for the roads are poorly constructed, withno I found stuffed in a hole in the was the San Francisco earthquakeand American League Avery, 359; Ellis, 385; Shackleford,

the constitutionalists, was allowed to view to building up a general high- I concrete wall. Once two of our kit- fire, the Japanese famine, the New York 0-3, Washington 25. 421.For

clear from New York through a blun- way system, and that convicts have tens crawled into the hole, and a Vesuvian earthquake and eruption, Chicago 2, Cleveland 6. Representative Dickinson,

der on the part of state department been underfed, underclothed and oth- neighbor in rescuing them had tel the Valparaiso earthquake and the Boston 1.5, Philadelphia 107. 321; Griffin, 499; Newton, 606; Reese,

officials when an order was issued erwise treated in an inhuman man- chisel a wider hole, which he afterward Gulf States storm. Detroit 1, St. Louis 7. 249.For

last week laying an embargo on ship- ner. plugged up by stuffing the The next year there was the Chi- Federal League Congressional CommitteemanGiles

ments to Mexican ports of war mate- According to the petitioners, Com- sweater into the hole. There was no nese famine, the Kingston earthquakeand Pittsburg 5, Buffalo 3. 572; Wilmott, 234.

rials. missioner Coachman forced the convict desire to conceal the sweaters." the Russian famine. The follow- Brooklyn 10, Baltimore 4. The largest vote was cast in the

This order was sent to Southern i warden to cut down the food sup- I Detective Abel says he is also investigating ing year there was another famine in St, Louis 6, Indianapolis 9. races for senator and for representatives. -

ports where there was suspicion that ply in order to decrease expenses, a mysterious dry goods China, the Mississippi cyclone, the Kansas City 2, Chicago 5. In each case the total vote

such shipments were apt to leave, but thereby not giving the men enoughto box which was sent on March 22, South Carolina and Georgia floods, Southern League shows 837. In the race for congressman -

the order was not sent to New Yorkor eat. It is further charged that 1913, two days after the disappearance the Monongahela mine disaster, the Mobile 6, Mmphis 1. it is evident that many of the

other Northern ports until after white convicts are forced to sleep in [ of Catherine, to Cooper, at In- Canadian forest fires, the Michiganand Atlanta 6, Montgomery 2. voters failed to express any choice

the Antilla had sailed. cells with negro convicts, and irregu- dianapolis. Minnesota forest fires, the Cala- Birmingham 2-2, Chattanooga 11. whatever, for the total shows only

As this government has assumedthe larities innumerable are claimed. j Thus far no motive for connecting brian earthquake, the Italian earth- New Orleans 8-10, Nashville 26. 786. .

responsibility of maintaining i Dr. and Mrs. Winters and Cooper quake and the cyclone at Clinton, South Atlantic League
Tampico as an open port, the admin- FIRST HALF HOLIDAY WILL BE with the disappearance of Catherinei Mich. Macon 9, Savannah 0. SON OF BRODIE DUKE KILLED

istration is partly committed to defend OBSERVED TODAY i has been made public, but it is known Since 1908 the Red Cross has extended Columbia 3, Albany 2. IN AUTO WRECKLos

the Antflla from attack by federal first half of the that the to have relief Turkish Jacksonville
The holiday sum- girl was inherited a to Portugal, 3, Augusta 2.

( gunboats. This government mer will be observed by the mer- i sum of money, said to have been Armenia, Japan, Nicaragua, Servia, Charleston 9, Columbus 5. Angeles, Cal., June 3.-Spe-(

therefore is confronted with a grave chants today, and all places of business j, $3,000, from a grandparent, which Costa Rica, France, China, Mahchu cial.)-A telegram from Park City,

probability. It is expected that Huer-I I except the drug stores and refreshment I would go to some other relative if ria, Canada, Philippines, Mexico, Al- THE WEATHER Utah, received tonight, says that the

ta will insist on his right to stop the 4 I I I places, will be closed in not to Catherine. bania, Persia, Panama, Turkey, Syria automobile party of Woodward Duke,

tilla, as it is widely known the vesting the afternoon. | The anxiety and distress of Dr.I and Newfoundland. Aid has been extended Florida: Thundershowers Thursdayand son of Brodie L. Duke, the American

arms for hs enemy and I Winters and his wife when the child in the various wars that disturbed Friday; gentle to moderate winds Tobacco magnate, was wrecked near

f d to order three gunboats ade! Tampico against the ships is for disappeared bore all the marks of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan mostly east except south over north- there today. Young Duke was killed.

Mexico to intercept the administration to decide. If this I being genuine and they made extra- states. west portion. The party left Pasadena a week ago

I I government follows the policy it has ,ordinary efforts to get trace of her, Persons made destitute by the Titanic for New York.

'0 other vessels on theo set and undertakes to pass the vesseis i,,700,000 Knights of Pythias in this and Volturno ship disasters felt Cross $3,087,000, the next costly relief -

with arms for the ': through Huerta's blockade the media- country joining in the search. Photo- the helping hand of the Red Cross. work was in the Ohio floods of Latest books, reprints 50 cents.

What will happen tion proceedings at Niagara will die a graphs of the child were shown at Outside of the San Francisco earth- last year, when $2,472,287 was expended Some good reading in paper covers,

F ats attempt to block- sudden death. coving picture houses everywhere. quake and fire, which cost the Red lOc. and 15c. Curtis & O'Neal's.j .


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Store will close at 12 o'clock Thursdays during the hot
: summer months, in order to give our salespeople a half holiday.In .
order to do a full day's business in one half day, we are offering
some special attraction for the forenoon.
'; The people have been wise enough to take advantage of the
Best and cheapest Bargains ever offered in South Florida,
know that we save you money and lots of money in our specialsAs
for instance, Thursday morning up to closing time we are
j going to put on sale .

30 Pieces White Flaxon. in We have a splendid line of :*;;
plain, checks and stripe?, all rOlOR n (nR SS 111, '
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per yard.
all colors, that we are going .
to offer at
you wonderfully
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Rear Bargain Table will have well assorted and varied to
Lawns, Chambrays, Ginghquote one price on all, but no
ams, White Dimities, Towels matter which you pick out,
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PINE CASTLE :NEWS Pine Castle a visit this past

PARIS SEES USWe're month, but instead he was piloted to
Nancy Pine Harris Castle,returned Fla., June Saturday 3.-froma Mrs. Miami and at the first dip boughttwo 3l pJldt'rSYfllfine fr t

million dollars worth of
lengthy visit with her brother, Mr. proper-
William Keen at Auburndale. tT. Still he doesn't stop to count his And if you wish to hear the world's best music -
a Queer Sort of Folk and hotels and he may yet visit here and
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1.. Sphaler are en- executed by the world's greatest artists
Eat Pig Three Times a Day. see what could be done with a hotelon
their relatives Mrs. W. E.
tertaining Lake Conway. turn your ear this way when our Victor -
Crawford, Mrs. Jennie Brooks and
and Edison Talking machines begin to play.
INDIANS AT OUR BACK DOORS. Mr. Morgan Crawford, all of Hart- Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -

ford, Ala. & Abernethy. Just received a Nothing finer for the camp or suoaer

Miss: Essie Harris visited over Sun- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf home. Come in and talk it over and see how
They Live Reservation the Out.
on on
day with Miss Ruby Wilkins at Or-
skirts of All Our Cities and Parade Uneeda BiscuitA lando. It win pay you to let us do some easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand

the Streets In Blankets and Feathers.News Mrs E. A. John and children returned of your printing. We do it right. refining influerice of the best music in
Parisian Papers Print. crisp clean nutri-
Saturday from a visit with I your home or private apartments.W. .
To peruse the Paris newspapers is to tious food. For relatives at Kissimmee. .

discover the most amazing statements everybodyevery Mrs. N. T. Hansel spent Monday in .
about America and Americans absurd S. BRANCH
where. Fresh in the Taft with her nephew, Mr. Marian $3.00FROM ,
ridiculous things that reveal to
moisture-proof pack- :
Alderman, who is very ill of typhoid
the reader the unfortunate paucity of
age, 5 cents. fever. The Arcade Book and Music Store
the Parisian's knowledge of the world. <<
Rev. William Funk, of Key West,
Tbese errors occur in the very best
is here looking after the establish-
Journals of Paris and under editors
who stand high in the newspaper ment of Miss Anna and Mr. Jas Funk, ORLANDOTO

world and should know better. students of Rollin's college in a cot

Here are a few examples culled from tage for the summer. Mr. Funk

the leading papers of Paris of the sort saw the great warships pass on their

of statements commonly passed out to to Mexican which of
way ports, course
the innocent French reader: l JACKSONVILLE AND RETURN -
was something to see.
An article discussing the fuel used
In different countries includes this I Mr. Walter Tanner of Mulberry,

statement: "In America the houses are ZuZu arrived Sunday for a visit with her Thursday, June 18th '

heated by natural gas which comes I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris.

from the Rocky mountains in tubes or Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Newell, of Or- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
pipes and enters the houses all The funny little name
over lando, with Master Edward and lit-
the country. No other fuel is now In of the famous little Tickets good on All Regular Just arrived car load
tle Miss Newell, were guests of Mr.
use in America." ginger that puts Trains. Final Limit June 21st.
and Mrs. S. Frank .
Phillips Sunday.Mr. for immediate
Another enlightening article relates fresh "snap" and"ginger" Proportionate low rates from
Newell had returned from
that "all the country west of ChicagoIs
a desert to the California, but it has into jaded the "good roads booster trip" to Miami other points. delivery.Get .
e been marked off with multitudinous appetites. 5 cents.GRAHAM .
and considered the trip wonderful For further information call
ditches which are kept filled with
water and enjoyable.
on or write to nowF.
from the river yours
great Mississippi ,
Mrs. Mabel Stevens her
spoke on
and thus the land is made fertile and W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,
W. C. T. U. work at the Union chapel -
crops may be grown. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. G. RUSE,
This about American Indians is Sunday morning. A large audience

amusing: "The American Indians are I .listened to her very interesting ad- ORLANDOY. Phone 226Hammond I

no longer a menace to civIlization. dress. R. Beazley, Traveling Passen

They row live quietly on the outskirts The Christian Workers held
an ice ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division
of all American cities in quarters provided
cream social Saturday evening at the
for them and called 'Indian res Passenger Agent
grounds of the Union Chapel.
ervations. They may be seen at any TAMPA
time wandering the streets in their I Tuesday, during the hours of voting I '

blankets and feathers but they are I the ladies of the Baptist Aid Society

t now quite subdued-the white peopleno had a sale of lunches and ice cream -'llllllllllllllllllllllltSUMMER

longer fear them." CRACKERSThe and their tables were well patron- j'fEj4 1
4 Here Is, indeed a piece of news: TIME IS
"Canada is a great country and Is natural sweet ized.We
of this locality, were very
proud of having been the birthplace ot ness and nutrimentof FLY TIME
the greatest American patriot, George grateful for the showers of the last
Washington." the wheat are retained few days. Pine Castle has become Are those windows screen

A long article on the Mormon faith giving thema more of a planting district than ever, ed yet? Patented detach-
Bays: "The Mormons are a strange religious delightful flavor. .
and crops were looking badly duringthe able hangers used on all
sect founded by the Rev. Ar-
10 cents. heated There No ladder need-
thur Smith about thirty years ago. long dry spell. are screens.
Mr. Smith was a contemporary of Mrs. lots of cornfields, and watermelonsare ed to take off or put on
Mary Eddy the Christian Science Buy biscuit baked by now coming on. Tomatoes have when washing windows.

founder. But the two could not agree not done so well. In all probability _. -

in their faiths and Mr. Smith went NATIONAL ,a great lot of sweet potatoes will be R.J.WALDRONContractor r :
west in a caravan with thousands ot BISCUIT set out this season. and Builder '
followers many of whom were killed
COMPANY As Pine Castle is thicker 410 West StreetHltBltlMIMIIIIIIilillM Gore
t by the Indians in crossing the deserts settling up :

of America. Mormons have many each year, the usual troubles of .
Always look for that .
wives, like the followers of Islam and name roads and streets come to us off and

they are to be found in all American on. A recent agitation has been a I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS.
I1111 III Jill 11111 11111 III'
cities with their large families.
lake shore drive around Lake Con-
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The Parisian is enlightened as to the nn I
I .way. As it would be mostly for' : REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
course of most of our fortunes in this DANIELS COMMENDS SAILORS For Sale
wise: "The reason why so many of the pleasure and cost about $150,000 to
great American fortunes are made in I FOR BRAVERY build it, it naturally was laid over COMPARE

pork packing is because the staple of for the future. That Pine Castle will --

diet in America is pigs. Everybody I Washington June 2.-Commendatory some day be all right is receiving OUR FURNITUREWe :
eats pig three times a day, Just as the each There Modern 8-room ;
stronger assurance year.
letters from Daniels
Englishman eats roast beef three timesa
day. The demand for this article of were on their way today to a dozen seems to be people of money now House 2 doors provide the quality of furniture that has long .

diet has been the means of many men of the navy whose gallantry and coming into and taking an interest been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

Americans founding great fortunes." forgetfulness of self resulted in the I I in Pine Castle. Though we may nev- i west of Wyom- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

The truly democratic origin of our saving of human life. er be an incorporated town of ourselves It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
great men is the subject for another ; ing Hotel. Bar- it is of the foundation
we might be a suburb of Orlando this point too clear- one stonesof
Eight sailors, who at Norfolk, Va.
article. It tells us: "The presidents of ,
There are many sites for beau- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
the great American republic have all rescued five persons from an automo- gain.
been of humble origin. The great Lincoln bile which had plunged into the water tiful homes and grounds here on r
was a tailor and worked in great Lake Conway and with the proposed
from a ferry boat, will receive per- McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
poverty for many years prior to his ditch making a good waterway be- ,
sonal letters of praise from the sec
dent taking Cleveland his place was as president a New Jersey Presi- retary. They are: Patrick J. O'Connor tween the divisions of the lake, every- A. L. Bentley, I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiliiMiiiiiiiliiiiiii .
one would have motor boats and
farmer and was perhaps the most pros- chief water tender; William P. 10 AMELIA AVENUE J
launches and Pine Castle would
perous of all the presidents in his early Alexander, sail maker's mate; Joseph soon 1 .'- u- --. .
life. After he had served several terms L Crouch, coxswain; Charles Wright, become a famous rendezvous, winter ..tHMtHIMIiaiMIIIIIM
be returned to his farm at Prince's and summer. .
seaman; John Bertalovich, seaman; -
Towu and continued to lead the life of '
There is than
more one
seaman; Raymond
farmer until he {
much of
a died doing
working for the building up and improvement 11111 11111 I1111 itiiin 11111 1
the work with his own hands because Hodge, coxswain, and Geo. R. Teufel,

he liked to."President. ordinary seaman, all of the battleship of Pine Castle, though

Roosevelt is of Jewish descent New Hampshire.Cow their work sometimes struck them as Orlando Bank & Trust Co &
though not of the orthodox faith. slow, still they are not discouragedand

his people having been converted to will keep on. John H. Harlin,

the Puritan and pilgrim faith soon Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- the multi-millionaire hotel man, of Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
after they emigrated to the new world. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
5-19tf. Cincinnati and New York City, prom-
Mr. Roosevelt was a policeman for

many years before he entered political RESOURCESReal
life and was also a midshipman in the
navy for a time. He has always plainly '111111..1,11.1111..11111.11".1.111111111111111,111.ORLANDO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures to. .$ 26,437.37

shown his humble origin and during Loans and Discounts to to. to. II to to II. 378,166.14

his terms at the White House would Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

take long vacations and join parties of Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
the roughest kind of men and live with Cash on Hand and due from Banks.. . 473,059.02
them for weeks-lumbermen, cattle
herders and miners. His 'high ute' existence

was always distasteful to him $904,906.09

and he lived the life of a humble work LIABILITIES

the White House Mrs.
man even at
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
Roosevelt serving his meals for him so
distasteful were servants to him.1 Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

We are told "the sky sweepers .f Water & Light Co. Bills payable . . .. . *. . . . None
New York are modeled on the idea of

the Eiffel tower, but covered" with Deposits II to II. to. to. to to. to. 770,793.72Due
tone. The people who live in the -
upper to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59S90,906.09
apartments are the poorer classes,
but their rooms are airy and light,
which is really better than living in ElectricityGas -

dark quarters near the ground, as
they did on the east side in the days
before sky sweepers were built" Deposits March 4, 1914 . to. to. . .$6 9, 8t91 if'

Suffragettes will be interested to Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . to. . to. 770,793.72 '
read the following: "In America woman 1

suffrage has been accepted. The I Increase in 37 days . . . . lZlOUO.ol
women vote enter all political positions i
and it is said that ere long there I Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 II. II to . . . 521,167.38

will be a woman president But the I Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

i unfortunate result of suffrage is that
the American woman has become in Increase in 100 days to II. II to 249,626.34

sufferable. She rules with an iron

1 hand and men are but puppets to her. a. Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
A Frenchman cannot understand why Telephone No. 6 The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

'American men will submit to this'bosstg' Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
They seem to be afraid of
friends and customers for making such statement
a pos-
and in fear
their women obey them. -
Thorndike Colton in Boston Post sible.

One must be poc:to know the luxury

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;; South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch.) hour at which the knot is to be tied Winter Garden, Fla., June 3, 1914.
and that all labor shall
$, MORNING AND WEEKLY West Palm Beach wouldn't have agree cease To the Voters of Orange County:
i JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Oner. for ten minutes, while the progres-
the commission form of
government. I am very much gratified at the
sive hosts lift ,their voices in singinga
4 Now will they say a town like that is liberal support received in the primary -
Entered at the pottoffie at Orlando Flor- selection from that fine old song,
Ida. at Second CUu Mail Matter. conservative? Or that a town with election last Tuesday from all
"In Old Madrid which follows i
such a record is not progressive? But runs as : portions of the county; and hope thatI

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............{5.00 would a really progressive town turn : may prove worthy. About the only
%.60 down a commission.Times Union. "Come, my love, the stars are shining \
Daily 6 Montha regret that I now have is that the
Daily 3 Months L25 RoadytoVoaryt
Dally 1 Month other aspirants could not also be
Under the present practice of allowing Time is flying; Love is sighing. elected. Two fairer and better quali
Weekly 1 Year 1.00 Come, for thee a heart is pining,
Weekly 6 Month .71TO everybody to replace the paving tied men would be hard to find. Under -
as well as they know how, the Here alone I wait for thee." the circumstances the honor is

ADVERTISERS: most prominent streets are beginningto all the more appreciated.A. .

get so rough that riding over themis Titusville, over on the East Coast B. NEWTON.of .
Copy far display and all *Jier hand-set
adrcrtiiint moat be handed in at the business like a journey on the proverbal has an organization known as "The
.Ce .f the Sentinel nat later tbD 2 m.
p. !
Road to Dublin. The most Club. If there is
the day before publication. This tale applies "Rocky Harmony any Display
f .. changes for contract tdvtrtinns: it U expert brick layer in the city mightbe shortage of members in the Brevard having the largest congregation, .
Uvariab and wilt be strictly adhered to. the truth. Can
-- a total failure at replacing the County capitol, they' should send an generally overstates
Subscribers desiring The Seatviel discontinued brick paving, because of the lack of invitation to Victoriana Huerta and I you imagine Abraham Lincoln tellingthe
should notify the office in writing en world that in many respects he
Francisco Villa from Mexico
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be experience. to come up -
continued at the regular subscription rates and join. After they are fully was the greatest man the United
ntH notice to atop u received. Of the latest and most
To a man who does not know any- initiated it might be well to solicit States ever produced? Have you exquisite pro-
thing about it, it looks as though the the membership of one of Theodore any idea that General Robert E. Lee
THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1911.r hinted to his most intimate ductions ot the foremost and most
city should employ one expert to replace Roosevelt and Professor William ever even ex-
the brick paving when it is necessary Howard Taft. Getting nearer homeit friends that he was one of the world's
THE RESULTS OF THE PRIMARY to take it up, and when sucha might be well to invite the mem- greatest Generals? Does sacred his- clusive firm of manufacturers in New
privilege is granted to contractors, bership of the editors of the Tampa tory record that Moses told the
the the Water Times and the Tribune. After children of Israel that he alone pos- York.
It may be well said that the resultsof Telephone company or Tampa
Tuesday's primary did not surprise and Light Company., it should be with the above are all harmonized, if the sessed the necessary brains to lead
those who had studied the situation. the proviso that after the work is fin- stock in harmony is not entirely ex them out of Egyptian bondage into
There are some things that have be- ished the city expert is to replace the hausted, Uncle Joe Cannon and Wil- the land of milk and honey?

come so fixed by much repetitionthat brick and the contractors are to pay liam Jennings Bryan might round up And yet the world, and even this
they may be set down among the bill. the concord of friends. community, is full of people who are
the verities. The people are gener- constantly attempting to make it appear -

ally liberal even if they are not always '- To answer one question by asking True greatness is never boastful.A that they are wiser or richeror
'i just, and they may be counted another, will the Times Union say few exceptions only prove the rule. more influential than any of their
upon, as a rule, to endorse the recordof that the hundreds of towns all over The professional man who boasts that associates.
a public servant even if it has been "e North, East, South and West that he has the largest practice, is alwaysthe Well speaks Longfellow in "Hia-
fairly good. When it has been above have adopted the commission form of one who does not have it. watha:" : emonstratingMvane

4 that in the averages they will not government are not progressive? Op- If a man proclaims himself the "Big words do not smite like war ..
withhold their approval unless they position to commission government richest man in the county or the clubs,
are blinded by partisan prejudice and almost invariably comes from the city largest tax payer) in the city or the Boastful breath is not a bowstring,
actually misinformed. And it is hard Council, who do not wish to give up most influential person in the com- Taunts are not so sharp as arrows, [ i ideas
a to fool the in this of their office, and the political ring of
people day general munity, you may be sure he comes Deeds are better things than wordsare
t g reading. That the people have business and professional men, who' far short of stating the facts in the ,
given their approval to the record stand in with the administration. Theyare case. Even the preacher who boasts Actions mightier than boastings."
a made by Senator Fletcher is an act so strongly entrenched that it ofihoNewParisian t e
which the primary recorded, and this sometimes takes two or three effortsto
in spite of all that was done to mis- ,pull them out. But they come
t represent and belittle that record. eventually, and West Palm Beach and

There are many who will never be Tampa and Jacksonville will finallyfall SFEOJ.A.L Styles t
able to understand the senator's standon in line.

the Lorimer,question, but knowingthe *
inherent honesty of the man they] Kermit Roosevelt and Miss Willardare -
can not doubt that he acted conscientiously to be married at Madrid Spain, At t
b if not wisely. Surely he hada on June 11th. Col Roosevelt has sailed -
1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and
better opportunity to judge the to be present at the ceremony, and
Lights Seat Covers-full set Hartford
.f5 merits of the case than his critics, ,
t the great majority of whom never and is beyond question an able young Shock Absorbers. Run 3,600 miles .11 Manufaturer'ssolule[

read the evidence. Mr. Stockton's fellow he opposed Congressman Em-

friends will regret that he ,has suffered mett Wilson, who had made a good
? another defeat. But he cans record and against whom he could
take comfort in the fine expressionof i bring no charge that would stand the
confidence which Tuesday's vote test of sound reason. 1913 con$350$
testified. There was never a more In the second district CongressmanFrank equipment \'.

honest man than Stockton, nor one Clark had no opposition to
who has stood more faithfully by the speak of, his opponent being unknownand \ Lost
principles he espouses. If there was uneducated, so he had easy sail-
ever a time when he had a chance to I ,
'; win it would seem that the time had ing.The results of the primary are not San Juan Garage Co.
arrived when he entered the last race. pleasing to every one, for such a Prices[
The radical element of the party had thing is not possible; but upon the
s, come into power and he is heartily in whole it may be concluded that a : Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24
F tune with'the new order. It is not wise verdict was registered by the
new to him, for he has stood for voters.
many of the reforms which are now
; being advocated by others long be-
fore they were awake to the need of

them. But Mr. Stockton had two serious Connects you with a reliable Drug Store of

Y obstacles in his way, the chief 34 years standing. It is a pleasure to buy

one other being his Senator impetuous Fletcher and the A T t anything not in stock and deliver it to you.liMimMMMIMIIMIIIMIMIMIilMMIMMIIIMIIIIIIIMMMMMMMMMIHi.
own personality.

r Senator radical Fletcher as Mr. Stockton was never,.but so ne mucha had 0 n e w i e n" We Exhibittwo

always opposed corporate control in
Florida politics and in the old days hundred of the daintiest and

y had lined up shoulder to shoulder : dressiest
with Stockton and Broward and other
leaders of the straight out faction. I
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The effort to show that Fletcher had Summer Costumeswe
changed since he went to congress

fell upon deaf ears for the most part, ,, have ever handled.We .
for Fletcher, being the most ap- ,
proachable of men and one whose integrity I, ask you and invite your at-
1 j ,
not be '
can questioned by
those who know him, and being knownto ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : : tendance to see these beautiful crea-

thousands in Florida, stood thee Commencement Day-an important event in the I I tions. To view them is an educa-
test and
the unflinchingly people with his went straightto for lives of young people should receive some fitting markof tion in itself.
' message appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

vindication.And going. to the people is a mightysure occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of (And they will be sold at manu-

way of winning. This is just Jewelry? facturers cost prices.)
what Sears did in his race for con-
gress. Sears was the only man in 'Tis another indication of our
that race who made anything like a direct the attention of relatives and friends to
thorough campaign. He came nearerto the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this progressiveness.
making a man to man canvass than store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
any of his competitors, and it must est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia-
be admitted that he made a remark- mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional
able race. He was not widely known ues and assortment.
; but he proceeded from the first dayto A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
extend his personal acquaintance I obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
to as many men,in the district as he '
could meet, and he was "shaking the
bushes" while his competitors were ,
more leisurely engaged.
While Sparkman's election in the I
first district was confidently expectedit I
was surprising that Angle made I Dickson-Ives CO.

such a strong showing. Angle en-
tered the race late and had little time
for his campaign work. But he pur-
sued the same course which Sears
was following in the fourth, and got the JewelerOPPOSITE ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

results. Angle is young and takes I
well with the people, and it would
not be extravagant to predict that he POSTOFFICE Orange Ave. U Orlando
will be chosen to serve his district in
congress when Mr. Sparkman shall
Although Mr. Stokes made a per-
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The semi-annual business meetingof Sn S. Grillffi v
the Twentieth Century club was '
held yesterday with Miss Eunice Ives I Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I U

as hostess. The three officers, Mrs. Admission 5 cents i iallDODGllDODallDODallDGDGll "

Miss Mary Harden is visiting in Coleman, president; Mrs. T. C. Whit- )a Q'GOVRNMENI "Get It lit t in s

Jacksonville for a few days. man, vice-president, and Mrs. S. R.
Hudson, secretary and treasurer, were BUYS AND SELLS |

is few re-elected, and will serve until the end [ TO STUDY ROADS
Mr. L. C. Massey spending a _
days in Jacksonville on legal busi- of the year.
ness. On June 17th the members plan a IN FLORIDAFive

picnic supper at the Magruder groveon -
Spring lake following an after- That Gift
Mr. D. W. Curry went to Macon, ,The reading for 600 acres south of Win-1 Counties to Be Visited by Road
noon program. yes-
Ga., yesterday on a short business terday was from the third act of King j ; ter Garden and west of f Experts During the Next
\ John, and the current topics discussedwere ; ; Gotha, including 10 acre Few Weeks You have no trouble in selectingthat
of local nature.
Sheriff L H. Ingram of Osceola MJss Ives, aided by Mrs. Finch orange grove. The entire Duval, Dade, Leon, Liberty and Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary

county was up from Kissimmee yes- Scruggs, served delicious peach ice tract covered with Marion counties have been designatedby
Present at store.
terday.Mr. cream and home made cakes. yellow pine timber. Two the department of agriculture, in

In attendance were Miss Hope Star- those counties in Florida in which We have a complete line .of
N. L Bauman was in town miles of lake shore.
buck, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. W. S. proposed road investigations shouldbe
yesterday selling Goodrich tires to Branch, Mrs. T. C. Whitman, Mrs.T. 423imtitliMMMMMMIMMIIM made, detailed studies of local D Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or D

our garage men. W. Mathews, Mrs. M. 0. Dovel, road building systems being carried I plated) and the newest ideas in
'Mrs. J. B. Magruder, and Mrs. S. E. on in one hundred counties by the department -
Miss Grace Warlow returned from Ives, Sr.CAMP of agriculture. cut glass.A .
Tampa yesterday, I The study of road conditions in this
W. Green. I look before buy will
visiting Mrs. C. AT ARLINGTON state will be you
I by engineers con-
Washington, June 3.-Final ar-
nected with the
agricultural depart pay you.Allen.
Mr. W. E. Tylander, manager of AT FERN CREEK rangements for the unveiling tomor- ment.

the East Coast Lumber and Supply row afternoon of the monument erect- In to this
regard work, the following -
who has been in the city on with their ed in National in
company, The Camp Fire Girls, Arlington cemetery i information has been sent out by
business, returned to Fort Pierce yes- guardians and assistants, had a most honor of the Confederate dead had the department: n & Co.

terday.Mr. enjoyable outing yesterday when Mrs.E. been completed today. President Wil- "The purpose of this study is to ,

W. Davis was their hostess for a son was prepared to deliver an ad- discover the points of excellence and

John Bass has resigned his po- delightful picnic dinner, their "camp" dress at the ceremonies and many defects in existing local methods of Jewelers

' sition with the Orlando Bank and being made at Fern creek, east of other government officials, including building and maintaining roads which

Trust company and has taken up the town. several members of the cabinet, ex- will aid the state authorities to put U Prompt Repairing.

vegetable commission business with The girls, who have been well pected to attend. local road management on a system-

Mr: J. H. Padgett. trained in camp usages, prepared The executive committee of the Ar- atized basis. The co-operating state Everything Guaranteed.

much of their feast, building their lington Confederate Monument asso- authorities have been asked to desig- A

Mrs. Jas. L Giles returned from camp fire, preparing holes in which ciation, of which Col. Hilary A. Her- nate counties that present typical and

Tampa yesterday where she has been they roasted corn and baked beans bert is chairman, has decided to placea exceptional features as to topogra-
visiting Mrs. H. G. Crowder for the floral wreath the stone
most successfully, also toasting sau- large on phy, character of road materials,
past few weeks. sage. Chicken pilau had been pre- which marks the graves of more than methods of construction and mainte-

pared in advance and with a bounti- 1,000 unknown Union dead in the administrative
nance, organization,
The Grand theater has engaged the ful supply of sandwiches, pickles, ice cemetery immediately after the un- methods of road financing and traffic t! -cD.
Howe Sisters to play at the house cream and cake, their treat was one veiling ceremonies. Gen. George W. conditions. From these lists 100 = L

all next week. They come highly recommended to be long remembered. Some deli- Gardner, of Albion, Mich., commander will be selected, and in counties these- _____ _____ __ i
and bring with them the of the +*1111111111 >>1111111111111111111111111111111111111."
cious iced lemonade was also greatly in chief of the Grand Army counties the division of road economics .

latest songs and tango steps. enjoyed. Republic; Gen. Bennett H. Young, of will make intensive studies. !

Those present beside the hostess Louisville, commander of the United "This investigaton is prompted by ]II|. 3l fineJifrJr '

Mr. L N. Wilson, with his daughter were Miss Grace Boone, guardian; Confederate Veterans, and Sir Moses the fact that there s at present very 'I.'I yur
Mrs. Manning and her two lit- assistant all of whom will
Miss Claire Robinson, Ezekiel, the sculptor, little knowledge as to the most effective -
tle sons, spent yesterday in the city, guardian; Miss Bernice Smith and participate in the unveiling ceremo- and economical methods

en route from Lake Wales to their Miss Emma Hainer, with the follow- nies, were expected to arrive here to- by
which a county can develop its roads.
r Peadlle I r PeadlleI I r Peaches I
former home in Tennessee.Mrs. ing merry Camp Fire girls: Eliza- day.The At present the methods of financing

beth Yowell, Catharine Barnes, Nao- monument, which is of bronze,, local road improvements vary from
Mable H. Stevens came up mi Walker, Sarah Stagg, Guylynn has as its central figure the heroic calling on farmers for a certain num-

from Tampa yesterday and is the Evans, Jessie Pedrick, Helen Smith, statue of a woman, facing southwardand ber of days' labor in lieu of a road

guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis. I Adelma Giles, and Sarah Davis. bearing in an extended hand a I tax, or the use of county prisonersin
Mrs. Stevens spoke last night at the wreath. About the base : the sweet
laurel are road construction, to bond issuesor First crop from new orchard. They are j
Methodist church on home missions. MRS. EDWARD HAUSELT ENTERTAINS thirty-two life sized figures, in full
AT CARDS relief, 'representing the heroic sacri- shop maintenance license funds.of roads from dram Florida Variety. The orchard is well cared for and the

Mrs. Braxton Beacham and daughter fices of the men and women of the "The department will study all of peaches are in splendid condition.
Miss Norma Beacham, left last Mrs. Edward Hauselt was hostessfor Confederacy.
these systems with the view to determining -
night for Jacksonville, where today another delightful card party last Erection of the monument was what system or combina-

they sail on the Mohawk for New evening at the Summerlin, her guests made possible through the efforts of tion of systems works best in actual

York city, to be gone about three including a large number of friends United Daughters of the Confederacy. practice. THE SANITARY GROCERY

weeks. from Orlando's social circles. Colonel Herbert formally will presentthe
"There is, moreover, at present no
memorial to Mrs. Daisy McLaurin
standard system of keeping accountsfor
Mrs. Thompson, who has been ODD FELLOWS TO MEET Stevens, president general of the road building and maintenanceand CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

spending the winter with her daughter United Daughters, who in an address
result while counties
as a some
Mrs. W. M. Brittain, left yester- Seminole Encamphent I. 0. 0. F. will in turn present it to the government know to a penny the purpose for 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I

day for her home in Washington, will convene in regular session tonight President Wilson will make
which money was spent, others haveno
D. C. She was accompanied by little Nomination and election of the address of acceptance.
Miss Pepsie Brittain. officers, and other important businessto tem.definite check or reporting sys- ,\ CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

be transacted. Every member 1!, WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS "Among various counties with the | FUNERAL DESIGNS
Mr. Allison Palmer arrived last urged to be present. The regular monthly meeting of same conditions, cost for excavationor
night from Alexandria, Va., where he Relief will be :
the Woman's Corps other labor is anything but uni- .,1111101111111111111111111111111111111.11111.11....

has been attending the Alexandria Miss Muriel Kennard left Wednes- held at the home of Mrs. Sperry, form, and many counties, because of
school during the past season. Allison day on the 9:56 train for Yelvington, Thursday at three m.
the absence of definite knowledge, fail The heavy downpour yesterday White
is quite popular and his friends Fla., after four weeks visit to Miss By order of the president. the timeto Star MarketSanborn
to use local and cheap materials and afternoon came just at right
will be glad to see him again. Edith Davids. From Yelvington Miss Miss Canfield, secretary.Last .
i construct roads which are unnecessa- give the recently laid storm sewersa Bros., Proprietors.
i Kennard wilt to her home at Lyons
go rily expensive for their purpose, or thorough test The sewers seemedto
Miss Mary Smith went up to Jack- Ga. Orlando was formerly Miss night was Civic League nightat
which will wear out before the bond be of ample capacity to take care
sonville yesterday to attend the mar- Muriel's home and her many friends the Grand theater and a good
issues are redeemed. of all the water coming.
1 age of her sister, Muss Bessie regret to see her go. She also spent crowd was in attendance. Aside from "The investigation will include a I

Smith, which will occur this evening. some weeks in Tampa, Jacksonvilleand the good pictures,. Mr. Walter Dren- careful study of the use of convict

Miss Bessie is the youngest daughterof Maitland-eighteen weeks in .all nen sang two songs in his usual labor in road construction."In Call and see expert cook with Ideal I
Mrs. A. L. Smith, and as Orlando since she left home. splendid voice. Little Miss Rose Kan- Fireless Cookers at McCulloch's de-
connection with this the scien-
has always been her home until the ner and danced, also the cute partment store every day this week
sang tific study, the department's highway from 4to6p.m.Read .
past season, she has many friends Mr. Irving Heyl left last night for little Miss Zoe Lewis. engineers will advise freely with local I

here who are greatly interested. New York city, sailing from Jackson- officials as to improvements and the advertisements daily.ililMMMMMMIIIIIIMi.
ville today on the Mohawk. Eat what you wantEat
thus give each county visited the ad-
From 4 to 6 an expert from the all you want. I
factory is demonstrating Ideal Fire- Take a postscript and forget it. vantage of direct co-operation, engi-
Read the Morning Sentinel Price
less Cookers at McCulloch's Depart- For sale by all durggisK neering supervision and assistance.

ment Store. 10 cents a week. l-7-d&w-lyr "These investigations, it is believed, [ T. F. HOURIHAN i

will yield important economic data
NO MATTER WHAT CUT you select -
.MMMMIIMMMMIMMMIIMMIMMMMIIMIIiiiMMIMIill .I..i. . ., bearng especially on the benefits and Licensed Plumber and first class
you get meat at this
iMIIMIMMMIMMIMMMIIIIIIIilMMIIiMitlMlttitlMltlttMltlllMMIIt l burdens of road improvement and Sanitary Engineer
market. For we handle only choice
outlay under given typical conditionsis Estimates Furnished. Jobbing grain fed cattle and small stock from j

At The Lucerne justifiable."The T Promptly Attended to. which all cuts are better than the A
Today"An heads of state highway departments PHONE 629
r prime cuts from a stock of lower

are manifesting great in- 106 Court Street I grade. A trial will prove our meats
terest and are co-operating cordiallyin
worth more, though we do not chargeit
this work. I ORLANDO, FLORIDA I b
"These data when obtained will be

Hour Of Youth," a fine one reel Thanhouser."TOO published and thus made accessible to MllitMtHHtMIHHHtllJMMHMMMIIIM 4-2l-lm 48 W. Church Phone St. 23 56tfIf
all county and state road officials."

Much Turkey," a one reel Princess.
your paper is not delivered ,

"Grandfather's Clock," a one reel M. E. R DOWN THE ST.' JOHNS Shoe promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
--- Repairingby
A yachting from Orlando will
"The Woman Who Did Not Care," one reel Thanhouser. cruise down the St. Johns, starting PARCEL POSTMen's WOOD, COAL AND ICE

from a point on Lake Monroe, today. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's A

"Bowery Boys," a Keystone comedy. Mr. H. L Beeman is the host and the Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
yacht which he purchased some time Half Soles 7se to 8sebdics'
Half Soles, 60c to 75c
That dollar box of and the will be ago from Mr. James Laughlin will be Sentinel want ads. .
candy pass given away I the vessel which the will Children's H Soles, SOc to 750 are money get.
again tonight to the holder of the lucky ticket. I make the trip.upon Those invited by Mr. Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
{ Heels Repaired, 2c
Beeman include Messrs. James L.

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents I I Giles, Sam Way, Ralph Yearby, Carl All Orders work without returned remittance in 24 hours.returned -
Robinson and Edwin Beeman.
C. 0. D. We pay
Balcony 5 Cents to AILContinuous return postage.
Eat what you want
Eat all you want I I DR. J. C .HOWELL
show from 2 in. to 10 Take a postscript and forget it A. Hanson
i p. p. m. For sale by all druggists. i Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

: a M-d&w.lyr 19 East Pine Street, I I No charge for house treatment

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ORLANDO Better Yourself?

Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

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

GRANDEUR OF ALASKA. I TAFT NOTES superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

Taft, Fla, June 3.Mrs Mary F. PEOPLE'S WANTS
are all right, then why not put us to the test.
Bewildering Scenic Beauty of Our Moore and son, Harry, took the train

' Frontier Wonderland. Friday morning for Winchester, Ind.

Alaska should no longer be called Mrs. Moore received a telegram that MUNNIMAKERSNotices
":\0 Man's Land." Alaska is our frontier This WayYour .
her mother was dangerously ill, so of Lest, Wanted, For Sale, Fer
wonderland and by united efforts Rent, etc for,this column foe for one cal :
they started on the first train to
r we must make it the empire of the hoc for three days or f LOO for one week for
north. 25 words or lees Money must
] north. It is not Every Man's Land because accompany
I the advertisements fer this column,
{ u no
j' it will not tolerate weaklings; Mr. W. N. Gartman had the misfor- insertions will be made on credit doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing your .

but to the thoroughbred it will offer tune to break his arm and sprainhis
certain he knew
case. He prescribed drugs to have certain medical properties.YES .
r Inde&mbable inducements. It is a ter. wrist last Thursday, while FOR SALE

ritory unique in its geographical situation cranking an automobile.A Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your preseribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

in its climate, in its physical. delegation from Taft Post No. 37, four year old buds; Foster Early, saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. .
beauties Point Barrow, Its northernmost Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
G. A. R. and the Relief
cape is warmer than any pointin Corps, con- ington Navel Address Mrs. M.KahK
the world as far north of the equa sisting of two automobile loads, wentto Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

tor. Its southern shores are likewise the Orlando cemetery on Saturday NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut

warmer than any point in the worldin morning to hold services at and! FOR SALE

similar latitudes during the winter I decorate the graves of our deceased Lot of mules cheap; good condition,
E months as the result of the influence weiging eleven te twelve hundred
of the Japan current comrade, N. Dennis.As pounds; account mill closed down. .If we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
there are no soldier graves in you want a bargain come and see
;.. the Isothermal southeastern lines sections show that bare some a climate of this immediate vicinity no other del- these mules at our mill on Florida high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
Midland, eight miles from Kissimmee.
: more temperate and more equable egations visited the cemeteries. Address Ansley Lumber & Tie your doctor wrote it.Don't.

than that of Washington. Its two I Appropriate memorial services were Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 5.31.6t

climatic belts are known as the coast held at the chapel consisting of sing-
region and the interior. The coast re FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
ing of patriotic songs, recitations by
glon is rainy,has mild winters and cool bargain; recently completely over-
summers. The interior region is, for the the school children, reading of Lin- hauled and made good as new in every ForgetThat
coln's address and orderof part guaranteed first class con-
most part dry, has severe winters and Gettysburg ;;
dition; must be sold at once, even atsacrifice.
I General John A: Logan establish.
3 short but warm summers. The immense .
i Come, or address, White
i- quadrangle Is divided into three zones ing memorial day, and an eloquent
Rock Farm Fla.
Poultry Leesburg
"few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost
: by lofty mountains which leave be- address by Rev. and Comrade A. M. 4-23-tf a may

;' tween them broad plains through Ash. While all spoke their parts very be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
t which the Yukon with more than WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere
; 2.000 miles of navigable! waters and the nicely especial mentian should be child can be kept with me. ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortu
Kuskokwim with COO its vast made of Miss Julia Tracy and Master Pleasant surroundings more important '
M interior. open up Edward Hartley, as exceptionally fine. than salary. Address J. C., care nate-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
Sentinel. 527.2w
': Alaska can surpass all the scenic The bell was tolled from 12 o'clock, these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business '

,' and beauty the boasted by Its Norway.mountains Sweden are M., until 12:05, in commemoration of FOR SALE-A good mare; sound and People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
; Tyrol
the soldier dead. gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla.
higher than Mont Blanc; Its glaciers 5-20-dlOt-wlmo
Rev. A. M. Ash left on Mondayfor
dwarf the Mer de Glace. Unlike the
glaciers of Switzerland, which are In- his northern home in Boonville, WANTED-Unfurnished room in private -

; closed by Inland valleys the largest of N. Y. He intends to return about house; light housekeeping;
; the! Alaska glaciers terminate on the September 1st. town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore

ocean border or Interior rivers with J. E. Tracy is fencing and otherwise avenue, Orlando. 5.24- DeLaney & Abernethy

towering fronts hundreds of feet in improing his lots on Second FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford
height and miles in width. Elsewhere, car, in first class condition, fully
street and Third
t in sharp contrast. are the peace and avenue, preparinging equipped and good casings all around.
silence of the rockbound fiords clad in to. build on them in the near fu- For quick sale will take $350. C. B. Next Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.

green with the snowy peaks of faroff Lindsay. P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. ,
mountains gleaming through the treetops welcome sound of the saw and Phone 321. 5-31-lw .

on the sky line pictures more hammer is now heard again in Taft. work -
LOST-Fancy bag, containing
beantifvl 1 than the Hudson or the -
In every direction new buildings are fancy work pair glases and other
} Rhine can show.-Franklln K. Lane ii going up, lots being fenced and cleared articles. Return to Cooper & Atha's Unsympathetic. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
New York Tribune.
I and things moving lively. office, 114 South Orange Ave., and -Willie," whispered auntie in the AND DO ALL KINDS OF
receive reward. 6-2-3t street car, "why don't you get up ani through your desk and see if
An enthusiastic held
meeting was OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
A. give seat to your ? Doesn'tit
last evening in regard to our drainage WANTED-To buy horse, wagon your to see him reaching for thi you are in need. If there is, phoneus
And Student Who SucceededIn project. The matter is slowly prog- and harness. Call on or address, pain?"you at 24 and we will call, get your
a strap order and do the work and
with price and description. W. H. promptly
Making a Discovery. ressing and the general opinion is "Not In a car," responded the youngster
Funk, Pine Castle, Fla. 623t. rilrr at the lowest price consistent with
A student enrolled in Agassiz's class. that when we get an advisor with settling back comfortably in his high grade work. It will receive our

_" For several days Agassiz paid no atten- some push, we will soon have the dirt LOST-Alligator skin pocket book, 5 seat-People's Dome Journal best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

tion to him whatever. At length tired flying.A or 6 keys, cards, $18.00 in bills and I I
}' of standing around idle the student some small change in it. Reward.Ed. Laughs First. Sanford Fla.
remark overheard on the train Write F. F. Dutton, ,
fr. asked Agassiz to give him something to Beeman. 6-3-3t What niiM" you begin to laugh for Tomato Plant and
: ,
prices on
do. Agassiz's reply was to hand him a coming into Taft a short time ago. every turn- '"u see me?" asked Mr L. H. RAMSDEU Pepper Crates. 4-29m
herring and to say. "Study this." The Some people enquired, "Is this Taft?" LOST-Sunday afternoon, between Grown-lu>? OPTOMETRIST

student was bewildered. but set about The reply was, "Yes. "Why the Robinson avenue and Orange avenue Tin i.itr\ i :': nine by the forelock rn,
peo- atWarman's
it. a kit of Ford auto tools. Returnto Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdni Rubber Stamps made to order
( )
i "studying" The next day Aassiz: in told plied hip 'r"I! know there won't ben 125tf.
ple Orlando us that Taft was : Jno. C. Jones. 6-3.3t Repair Shop.
i< asked him what he had learned about ('haute in ;h. world for me to laugh
all under water and worthless. I
.; the herring. The student replied that It see after I ii.iti fa ikt'li with you for five ORLANDO, FLORIDAPut
had two eyes so many fins and such no water and the land looks as goodas FOR RENT milieus" Washington Star. If you want your bicycle fixed ina
8 and such markings. I have seen in Florida, in fact bet- money in thy purse by advertising hurry take it to Warmans Repair
k "No nor Agassiz cried. "Study it ter than around Orlando." And thatis in the Sentinel Shop.IT'S *-
more. Those things are not important"The ,
what they all say after an i inves had in private family by applyingto ---
nest day and the nest the experience -

was related. The fourth day tigation.C.. H.. Nelson is putting -407-South Orange avenue. -5-30-6t- 111; \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'\ \\\\\\" '\\\
k Agassiz again demanded information up a new FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
about the now rotting specimen. In a building for a shop and storehouse.J. our store at No. 9 W. Church street.

desperate attempt at humor the student 0. Collins was in Orlando on Come in and we will show you. Pierce tl HOUSE
both sides.replied." "Well it's the same on business Monday. Electric Co. 3-29-tf

fl "That's It!" shouted Agassiz. 'That's J. A. Simms spent Memorial day in TO RENT-Some very desirable modern

m! A starfish isn't the same on both St. Cloud.A. houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.

specimens sides an of oyster the sea Isn't are thousands not Whet of kins. J. Richardson in Orlando and C. A. Tomp- 4-26-tf FOR RENT-Six room house, in first !

you find one that is, you've found a Miss are Frances Wilson today.spent Mondayand class condition. No. 210 N. Orange j FURNISHING f R I I G Q QUESTION( I IN R REAL( l

starting evolution point of life"in a new stage in the Tuesday with Miss Frances El- avenue.Bank Apply& Trust G. A.Co.Baas, at 5-28-tf Orlando I .

Obviously, that student learned more lison at the "Ranch." .. 'W"!'

from that one lesson about the scientific Election passed off quietly here MISCELLANEOUS -

method of study than he would yesterday and now, we presume the EA.E1 ssiss.illrltrTOur
have learned in a year's reading and
country is safe, barring out the viewsof NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet : .
lectures. The textbooks would have .
taught him the facts; Agassiz taught the defeated candidates. Quick potato delivery.slips at Cash.$1.75 Apopka per 1,000.Plant : stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

him the method of learning all facts. Co., Apopka, Fla. 6-24-tf it is from them and added
delight select
.- World's Work. ODD FELLOWS TO MEET ; a pleasure to an

Seminole Encamphent I. 0. 0. F.I I First class Brazing a specialty at pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

i Lighting a Picture.The will convene in regular session tonight Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. ble
of the word.
hall in the Rljks museum, U 125tf. In every sense
Nomination and election of
Amsterdam which contains Rem-
brandt's "The Xight Watch. paintedin officers, and other important businessto We .iosira your life and loan you I tllillllMMIilMIIIMiMMMIMMIIMHIIIIIIMIIMIIIMill; "
1642. was specially built to held the be transacted. Every member meRe, OB real estate at 6 per centinterest
Guarantee Life & Loaa 0.. Plan enables
CHARGE Divided
| ACCOUNTS-Our Payment you
picture that the lighting might be as urged to be present. ;
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla
The Is
perfect as possible. picture
3-29-dfiwtf | to purchase good extended payments, without the expense of join-
ways lighted the ball always dark. pn
:Most of us can see a sorrow twiceas Why is year painter and decorator!

Originally the picture and was arranged In far away as a blessing. If yeu are satisfied keep the one you \ \ ing clubs or other formalities. Our salesmen will [explain this
badly as to light space. When han; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, any
1715 It was transferred from the Doe- N I. 636. 1-20-tf(
# len to the town ball it was made to fit \ \ feature to you.
Into its new position by having strips Have the Sentinel follow you dur-
; cut off the canvas on either side and LICE? ing the summer months. Address ,'liililiillilMMIMMMIHMMUmmmillllllMllllllilMHiKincaid

off the top which destroyed the bal The lice question is quickly changed as often as desired. Sub-
ance. 'settled if you dust you fouls *ithl
scribe now-$1.25 for three months.
Conke/s Lice Powder
Had to Be.
Little five-year-old Bessie was telling 's safe,quick and sure.1Saes Read the Morning Sentinel Price I
about some medicine she had taken ( your poultry profits because it 10 cents a week. I & SnowdenFurniture

While III f Kills the LiceDoesn't
"r es," she said "I took some compulsion Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
of cod liver oil and""You Harm Chickens is the kind you want Where to getit
Pnce 25 cent,SO cents and sun That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
mean emulsion don't you. For the mites that hde m the cracks by
i dear-not compulsion 1" said the vis )day nor and poultry prey house dwiras.ith x night! ,spray C.kef Al Fw I Entrican. 1-20-tf of Characterat

F itor. Conkey's Lice Liquid The Sentinel is the newsiest arl

"Well" rejoined Bessie, "there was a CVim then out thoroughly Quart 35 best printed daily in Central Florida
good deal of compulsion about it"- cents half a eon eo cents",gilts SUKX Prices 1
ritt.burgh Press. For die deadly bead hoe lilt Sentinel want advertising serves Popular ........
:. CONKEY'S HEAD LICE the seeker and the offerer equally.

Don't wait for every one In town to and Efcctrw 25 cents.and dorsal Money harm tuck ctucli il thesepreparation 10 Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida ii j
K have Entrican, the painter, before *do not sxafy.11stEC..krG i :
you try. Am too busy to look you ..CI..J..dOM
Job printing at the Sentinel
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I Here in a $1200 car, the streamline body finds expression in

its truest form. .

_:? __ I No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the windshield -

mounting at the rear of the cowl.

The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the

J beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

t; ; Such construction is made possible through the use of our

0 one-piece pressed steel body.

Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visibW *vi- -- '. .. ..

dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechaaMODEL -

ical construction.
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 When you see this model you will need nothing further to

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

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast and in value for the money.en .
unit plant cone clutch, selective transmission;
bloc power ;
Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand
semi-floating single drop frame 12-
axles-front, I-beam rear, ;
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with

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

gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim. ,
'" ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side A
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue.

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

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Rev. C. E. Enlow is around again,

after a two weeks' siege with den- GROVETen
gue fever. 1+IrU
President W. F. Blackman occupiedthe

pulpit at the CongregationalChurch
last Sunday morning.Mrs. }kI Cleanliness QualityFRESH

Stevens, of St. Petersburg, acres on beautiful lake
I'11 AVID. i1ux. IGPI L.IturY.w.
spoke at the union temperance meet- two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
ing at the Baptist church Sunday
court house in the fastest
night, under the auspices of the W. -

C. T. U. She had already spoken in ing section of Orange County,
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
three other towns that day and was Seven hundred orange and grape

tired, but no one would have knownit fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
for she spoke with such earnest
conviction that she held the audience Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a and pure. ,

r for over an hour and a half. We hope big paying proposition. Owneris ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
she again sometime. An
may come
offering, amounting to $31.00 was taken St.I** $37.7 Oic.,. $43.50 CiaciiuliLaiuville $33.00 getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
D.mr sua St. Pail .- 56.75 31.50
and devoted to the W. C. T. U. I //1 CeI.ra"Sprig 58.($ Olatli. 11.51 Kittville 21.40 Present crop on trees indicate
work and 31 new names added to the Salt Lab COy. .. 71.60 WlBSIpef. .... 76.75 EvauviDeIiiLaupoIU- .. .. 32.25
TcQowstoM 78.MPwtlaaJ forests 48.JO 36 JO i
roll of members of the local W. C. T. I Seattle .. .... IN 106.00.00 MutrtalPetotkcy .. .. .. 55.45 51.SS Toledo FreDell Lick. .. .. 35.20 41.10 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
/ Loa Angeles 89.50 MackuacBuifiU 53.00 Detroit 43.50 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
U.Mr. SaiFrsscnct 8J.SO 47.40 Cktotaaqu 47."
R. 0. Ward is now a full- Glacier lark 82,75 Nuftn Falls 47.40 Mammoth Can 30.90 terms.
I H. M. Self & Co.
fledged carpenter, working with Mr. Low rates to other points in Colorado California,Canada Minne-
iota Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionallylow
Freeman Hunter for the Itt
summer. rate from other point the State.TICkets .
looks lonesome with Raymond away on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. Cooper $ Atha:' PINE STREET

The local Camp Fire girls went fora ( iii i lIt South.Orange Ave., Ground Floor
i Going through St Louis,returning through Chicago,
"hike" and picnic yesterday.The or vice versa. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
mowing machine is now "sing- TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 "MMMMMIIMMMimillllMieiMMMMmillMMMW.
ing" its song as it smooths the golf i through train daily; choice of three different
course, roadside and grove ...::::T:: k routes.
At a meeting of local and county }t' S Orleans.Three Unexcelled daily train dining to the car southwest service.through Fast time.New I""'" , .. . . JlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'R IMf" .

school boards the plans voted by our I i N rl Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illus.
I I trated booklets of summer tourist resort, rates sleeping
local board, endorsed by a very large ( car reservations and other information,address,

majority of the patrons of the school, II I I H.C.BRETNEY,
to send the high school students to ,1 ., Florida PuMngtr Agent M. SLEMONS
Rollins college for this year seems to 134 West Bay Street.JACKSONVILLE. .
have been vetoed and the high schoolis ,4 FLA. .

to continue as before.

According ,to latest reports Mr.
I Girard N. Denning is to build a home far3OOl
New Goods
Arriving DailyWe
[on his lots just across the street west tI\\ ;
from the old Seminole hotel grounds, DAILY BETWEENBUFFALO

nd Prof. Pope is to build a home on

lis lot between Mr. Geo. S. Denning's '-. _.- 1 (LEVELAND I
and Pansy cottage.

Rev Mr. Litch and family have (

gone North for the summer, so the
Episcopal church is closed until fall. sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Painters are at work on the Episcopal made by. Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
church; also on the Cooley THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
home, recently purchased from Rev. Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet 6 inches 510 staterooms and parlors accommodaUnf< 1SOO pawn Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
6'!'. Greater in eot larger U all J'roportioatLcr in all appointment*-than any learner on
Dr. Dill. inland wires of the world. la aernce jane Uth.Marnificent Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The exodus of winter residents, Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of ErU"and"City of Buffalo"
tourists and college students and faculty Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -Mar 1st to Dec.it 4 Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Leave Buffalo .00 P.U. Leave Cleveland ':00 P.K.
leaves a
our very quiet. Arrive Cevland 7JOA.M. AmveBofttlo 7JOA.M.
Word comes from Burlington, Vt., (Eutera Standard Tax)
Cnme tioi.at Cleveland focPwOn-BiT.ToW,Detroit a d H poiDlI WeatllldS ath....RallraadtiakeU
that Harry H. Greene, who spent the r>.iii.g bctwecw BmBmlo sad Oevelaad frt rH for trmaprUtioaoa oar Meamen.
winter here with his parents, died at Aik your ticket agent fur Dckau via C.ft:B.Line Vnw us for bandwme illustrated booklet free.

the home of his parents recently, of THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland O. W. M. SLEMONS

organic heart trouble. Florida seemedto ,

help him but the grim reaper' had I ORANGE AVENUE
already done most of his work, and \

the return home the first of last To the West and NorthwestVIA HnmiMMimillilMMMIillMiililMMIIiliiim ..'
month was the beginning of the decline -

from which he could not rally. -- -
t o* t t tsit4iUflUflUtttifltttttttt1 =:

and after this date, during the SOUTH ATLANTIC'LIMITfDDixie I " 101 O WI Lco.immummummu"e<

summer months, I will admit free of .
charge, all children under twelve MlllliillllMMOur

of accompanied by adults Dnds

purchasing a ten-cent ticket, to the Orlando A. C. 1..1Z:31am Limited. 1:13pm Iler. y Orlando. ........................ .IllplIIr Line of Gas
.............. New RangesWill
matinee performances of regular picture Jacksonville, A.. C. 1..... 1:45am 'l:30Jlm r Jackaonn11e ... 1:30pm
v Jacbonyf. A.. C. L... 1:15 am a:26 pur y Jackaoorille A. C. I.. ........... 8:15 piliy
shows.It Wa7crou. A. C. L..ll:60.m 105 pm y Wa.rerou.. A. C. I.. .............IO:20pm
will give the mothers a chanceto 'r Macon G. S. A F....... 1:13pm 4:11am r Macon. G. S. A F. .............. 3:46am be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
r Atlanta Co of G....... 8:03pm 'i:2 a. r AUanta. Co of Ga. .............. 7:12 an of the on our floor and will sell
bring the kiddies to a' high class, I r Knoxville. I. A N. .............12:19 pm consequently we must get rid ranges now ,
r Chattanooga W. A A..1:1I am 11:55 am ................ June
I r Corbin. I. II N. 3.16 pm them at the following reductions during :
clean entertainment during the hoursof r Nashville N. C. A St. I. 4:50 am 4:3Opm r Louisville. I. II N. .............. 9:00 pm
two and five in the afternoon, I L r Indianapolis .. I. ............ 1:5Q am Old Price Will Sell For
[lor SL Louis Co A 1. A: N. %:50 pm 1:20 am
show them a good time and still I' h Lexington I. II N. ..:......... 1:50 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$40.00 $30.00
'Az Hopkinnille. 1. A: N........... 61pm Ar Cineinanti. I. II N. ............. 8: OpmIJJ 40.00 30.00
know where and what 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range .
they are they
Evansville I. t N..... 9:28am 9Spm r Kalamazoo G. R. A; L ...........I:20pmAr
Double Cabinet . . . . 35.00 27.50
2 Oven
are doing. Terra Haute Co A E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids G. R. 4i L ....... Z:45pm Ranges
A. G. KENT, Ar Chicago Co t E. L..... .6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 1:15am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges 20.00 17.50

Manager Lucerne Theater. I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July

f I Solid train. composed of section drawin,. Solid thin composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, nom sleeping ears obIerntioB compartment .
dntt -mom Pullman sleeping ear and coach-
at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. an and dining ear, between JaebonYille and
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es. between JaebonYi11e and Cincinnati. and
.5- ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jukaoanlle LouiniIle ants Indianapolis:
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between JaeDenYi11e and
thy, auto livery, phone Solid train carrying electric lighted IOJao Cleoreland: also Pullman sleeping car between | | Orlando Water & Light Company
3-5-tf ardaent observation sleepers and elect1ic Jackson file and Grand Rapids on Mondays
hrhted section drawinz-room Ileept'lL Fine
and Thllrsda of each week.
Dining ear
last coach and smoking ear. Dining ear Gas
r, Oxogene Disin- uvea meals a 1a carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati | > Department

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Attention Uniform Courtesy low[ One Fruit Grower Took, Adtan.

z &Q Details J; Mil tage of the Pared Pox
and Made Good

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i June 3. :
Washington, -Tropic was a
m mighty small dot on the map in the
orange belt of Florida until the parcel
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO post came along and lettered its r, '

name in red ink. : : : A Mai's: { T likd llO ( .\ .
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I The products, consisting principallyof ., \ .. :
citrus fruits, at the :. :.
were mercyof II ,
' CHOOSING INVESTMENTSIs the transportation companies until ,: 1l\ } J iYVUB:
the parcel post law pointed the way ( iB :
not a light undertaking for even men, of out of its difficulties.' Its orchardswere

wide knowledge and business experience. producing wealth that might he
z "Since I began turning a regular amount over to my
classed as "untold" if only the fruit
The careful investor never for a moment wife each month I have
could be sent to market, but the rail- never had the slightest worryo
permits the interest rate to influence his judg- roads were unreasonable and the ex- : >er household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

ment as to the safety of the principle.To press companies were prohibitive in has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great
their tariffs. The fruit was allowedto business head."
the inexperienced investor, the ONE ;
rot on the ground because the mar-
SAFE COURSE is to put his or her money in kets were closed to them and things .

this bank, taking one of our Certificates of Deposit were mighty black for the people of :: A THRIFTY: .I WOMANcan ( l I
Tropic until, providentially, the par-
earning, 4 per cent interest. cel post came to their rescue. do wonders toward helping her husband get aheadif

This avoids every element of chance, givesa Geo. F. Ensey, a Tropic fruit grower .: she is given a chance to run her home on a business
is given credit for the metamorphosis basis.
safe, sure interest return with the principlesecure .. '
of the town. When the ex- '
: :: Come in and start an account for wife here ,;
and available any time. press companies were charging a dollar ':. your
a box to haul a box of orangesto we will give her the benefit of other women's exper

the Northern markets and the rail- :: lences. ..:
roads asserted they had no freightcars : : .
for fruit, Mr. Ensey, with a copy ; ...,..... .. ...: Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you" \.', .. .....,-.:
t: pa
of the parcel post law in his hand, .. ... ; '
began to "figure." Then he wrote to : :'L .
t all dealers within a radius of 500 .

'I i miles, offering them oranges in small .. ., .
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wholesale price established by the

Will Put the Reins I commission read dubiously.The Mr..Ensey's houses.letters The and retailers smiled o ; < &t q J o..

} of Success in Your plan, they thought, was hardly ,

I feasible, but if Ensley wanted to mail . ... .. ... .. .. .. . .. ... .. ..
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E Hands : them oranges and he wanted less than : -:.. :: : ;: : ::-: : .. .. : .. : :: :\::.:::.:
: they were already paying, and he was ... ..
I able to make deliveries in good or-

How? By furnishing witha : der and he wanted no money in ad- IIMIilliHMMIHIIilintliillllllHHMtlttlMllltllllllllliMiMMMH lMMtMtlllMMtMtMMHMMtlMtH '
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: vance-well, they thought they might
a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : try it. IlitHMMMMMMIMMIMMIMItlliMmili

I Ensey's orders at first were small. .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111 ,.
call on you. He will give you a : He packed his oranges into crates of

s formula that will make and mature : not more than eleven pounds, and he
: sent out good oranges. The fruit-

your fruit : growers their were money willing, and Ensey to trust was Enseyfor willing : M GRAND THEATER !

to trust the "out of town" deal-
ers, so he got his plan under way.

T nID f Fertilizer began It wasn't getting very repeat long orders before accom-Ensey COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !
r rn panied by checks for his last shipment -
In a little while the postmaster HMIIIMIIIMi 11111111111111111111111111",1 .

.k overwork because of Ensey's parcel TODAY
post shipments, but Ensey wasn't

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,ittllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'.IIIIIIIICOW orange Also Mails season VegetablesThe drew to a close FOUR OF THE BEST PICTURESIN gg

and Ensey began to branch out in
business. He tried tomatoes and the
L PEASWe results were as good, if not better, THE CITY
than those obtained from the orange
mail order scheme. Ensey found that

r he could pack his tomatoes in small THE ONLY AND BEST ORCHES-
boxes, stick on some stamps and reapa

have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- profit.
Still Ensey would not stop. He included -
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- beans, peppers, pineapples and TRA IN THIS VICINITY

cucumbers in his marketing system
ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
and Uncle Sam carried away his stuffas

We carry constantly a full line of crate material of fast as he could wrap it up. Now, Isn't That Enough
it is not known whether Ensey had
' all kinds. included the possibility of an increased -

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- weight limit in his plans or CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc. f
whether he was just lucky enough to
riers, etc. Phones 181191. have it turn out that way, but the

k first thing Tropic and Ensey knew, COMING-
the postmaster general had boosted
F. F. IDdtton.SANFORD the weight limit to fifty pounds and "The Triumph of an Emperor."

Ensey found that small packageswere "The Master Mind."

FLORIDA no longer necessary.
Today Ensey is handling, direct to
; .retailers in all parts of the Southern : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : illMIIIIMIH:e MtlMIIMIitMMlllllllillIMM MIMM
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tomatoes, oranges and cucum- ,
bers that Tropic can grow. Uncle SANFORD SELLS IMPROVEMENT among the most progressive and sub- TEDDY POPULAR WITH PRESIDENT -
J.II.I.IIIIIIIIII.llllllllllllllllllllllllllljATTENtION t Sam is finding his business at Tropic BONDS AT A GOOD PREMIUM stantial of the state. OF FRANCE

heavier each month. The fruit grow- The successful bidders were the

ers have stopped fussing with the express Sanford is one of the most flour- firm of Hoehler, Cummings & Prud- Paris, June 3.-President Poincareis
companies, and the railroadsare ishing cities of the size in the entire den, of Toledo, their bid being $51- desirous of showing Col. Theodore
leaving it to Ensey. And the retailers South and not only has the city the 567.50 and accrued interest for 5 1.2 Roosevelt every courtesy during his

who buy from Ensey are find- appearance in the business aspect, bonds. visit to France and today gave or-
Stock Reducing Sale ing that Ensey can undersell the com- banks, farms and factories but the The bond money will be used for ders to have the special presidential
mission men.BROWN most vital one of the city's credit taking up some of the debts of the railroad car in readiness for the
and standing in the financial world I city and allowing several important colonel on his arrival at Cherbourg.It .
> RECEIVES GIFT FROM and the best barometer of the city's developments to take place, such as
Continued 30 Days is understood Col. Roosevelt will
VICEPRESIDENTAn credit is the sale of city bonds made the making of sidewalks to Sanford
be received by the president at the
last Friday. The bonds sold at a Heights, improving the lake front
palace of the Elysee Saturday.
autographed photograph of: premium of better than 103 and there and making streets.-Sanford Herald.
I HSSESIAHLM & ]BUM j Vice-President Thomas R. Marshal were sixteen firms here to buy the

now occupies a prominent place in bonds, two of the same having per- UNCLAIMED LETTERS F.; Carter, Mr. C. D.; Dougles, Mr.
Elliott, Mr. J. B. Mr.
Clare Henley,
; ;
the office of United States MarshalJ. sonal representatives. This anxietyon
for Corsets Thomas; Hall, Mr. Simon; Hams, Mr.
I Agents Barclay C. Brown in the federal the of the bond firms to buy
building.The part list of letters remaining in the L. G.; Hart, Mr. J. E.; Herries, Mr.
framed photograph was received city bonds just at this time when the Orlando, Fla., postoffice for the week James; Hill. Mr. C. H.; Jones, Mr.
McCall's Patterns : yesterday by Mr. Brown, the bond markets are at a low ebb speaksin ending May 30th, 1914. When callingfor W. E.; Johnson, Mr. Herbert; Johnson
same please say "Advertised. Mr. Harmon; Kilpatrick, Mr. W.
autographed inscription across the most glowing terms for our city.It Ladies-Allen, Mrs. Mary; Akers, R.; Lee, Mr. C. C.; Kennedy, Mr. T.
'" ,." ,,, ,,. corner reading: "To J. Clifford demonstrates more than anythingelse Mrs. Rosa; Bronson, Mrs. C. M.; P.; Lovelace, Mr. William; McKabe
Brown, in grateful appreciation of: that our city has the strongest Briggs, Mrs. Dena; Baker, Miss M. Mr. R. C.; Matthews, Mr. R. M.; Mul-
numerous kindnesses while in Florida. backing of the richest agricultural A.; Barnett. Miss Silvia; Colvin, nix, Mr. M.; Morse, Mr. J. W.; McGraw -
Mrs. John Smithy; Crawford. Lizzie; Mr. J. C.; Martin, Mr. H. F.; 1
SUPERVISOR IS QUIETLY AT is to say that the supervisor resumedhis Thomas R. Marshall, 25 April, 1914. country in the world. It demonstratesthat ")odd, Mrs. Dale; Gilyard, Marther; Nesbit, Mr. Hugh; Obbee, ;
WORK AFTER PRIMARY ordinary routine of work. The The photograph is one of the prized our city is growing so rapidly Hugues, Mrs. Sarah; Harris, Mrs. M. Perry, Mr. Miner; Ptito,
vote will be canvassed today, and possessions of United States Marsha that the future is assured. It means E.; Hall, Mrs. Jessie; Parish, Mrs. Roberson, Mr. W. M.;
Supervisor Frank H. Williams, to then the supervisor will have another J. C. Brown of the United States district that our location at the head of navi- Sylvia (2)); Powell, Mrs. Dianah; Rich. Mr. James; R
Scofield, Miss
Robson, Mrs. Alburter; L.; Robinson, M. G
whom more than any other one person siege in making his returns to the court, southern district of Flor- gation on the St. Johns river and the Marie; Stalker, Mrs Mary; Tucker, E. H.; Robert, Mrj
the smooth operation of the primaryof secretary of state. ida. The photograph is that of Vice- confidence of the citizens is mani- Mrs. W. E.Gentlemen.Anderson. C. F.; Scott, Mr.
Tuesday was due, was resting qui- President Marshall, Mrs. Marshalland fested in the confidence of the men of Mr. C. 0.; Charlie; Smith, .
etly yesterday, after his somewhat Sentinel "wants" fin your wants. Mr. Brown while the vice-presi- finance who come here to buy our Adams, Mr. J. A.; Bunns Mr. B.; Mr. Tom (3)); Sj
Boyd Mr. Raymond; Cook, Mr. J. G.; White. Mr. W.
1 strenuous activities of the days imme- dential party was recently at Fort bonds and the price at which they Coburg, Mr. R. E.; Clark, Mr. T. C.; A.; Whit, Mr. Ed
I IIyers.
dately preceding the primary-which: For the news, read The Sentinel. :\ .-Times.U nioD. sold is enough to place our city Cobb, Mr. W. A.; Chatman, Mr. C. S.RoInjJt .