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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 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE



PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. NUMBER 99.




CARRANZA MAY SEND[ DELEGATES[ [ [ --,ORANGE THIRDS[ COUNTY VOI[ CAST IN A T PRIMARY ONlY TWO .O ORLANDO GAME SLUGGERS WI1H[R SANfORD CLAIM fIRST GOVERNMENTS[ [ Will N NOT 1 r PERMITGIANTOILINTERESTSTOSUFFER[





10 CONFERENCE[ [ [ AI NIAGARA fAll!!,Canvassing Returns Board and Declared Went Through Resultof the I Beardall's Lead Heavy Followed Hitting by Most Was the I [ [ I [ LOSS


the Election of His Mvn -
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BUT THEY WILL NOT .DISCUSS CONGRESS[ TO PROVIDE[ fOR The canvassing board composed of A large number of spectators filled CITY ASKED[ COUNTY fOR PRICE[ THREE NATIONS MAKE AN

INTERNAL AF- ISOLATION Of l LEPER[ [R EARLY Y : Messrs. :M. 0. Overstreet, chairmanof the grand stand and bleachers to ON JAIl BUILDING lOT AGREEMENT TO STAND

FAIRS OF MEXICO the county commissioners; Wm. overflowing yesterday afternoon when HACK OF COMPANIES

Martin, county judge, and Frank II the local team defeated Sanford by

Bill Introduced by Britten for Board Williams, supervisor of registration, : the overwhelming score of 21 to 4. Committee of Board of Trade and the

WITH ANY B BOARD BUT Of MEXICANS to Determine if the Man I' yesterday completed the canvass of The game was exceptionally clean City Commissioners Appeared OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT[ [ IS MADE
and there manifestation of
the returns from Tuesday's primary, was no
Before Board
Has the Disease
showing the following result: the intense rivalry which has hereto-

PLAN OF ADMINISTRATION SAID For United States SenatorFletcher fore been a disagreeable feature of THAT UNITED STATES, GREAT
Washington, June 4Special.( ) of the between these The city commissioners in company
TO BE TO RECOGNIZE CAR- 664; Stockton, 214. many games BRITAIN AND TilE NETHERLANDS -
RANZA AS SOON AS HE TAKES Developments came thick and fast in For Commissioner of Agriculture- sister cities.Saunders. with a committee from the Board of WILL SUPPORT DIPLOMATICALLY .

THE MEXICAN the case of John Early, a leper, whois Appleyard, 265; McRae, 544. opened the game for San- Trade composed of E. G. Duckworth, CLAIMS TO INTERESTS -
POSSESSION OF
Committeeman- H. H. Dickson, S. S. Griffin and J. N.
For Congressional ford with an easy grounder to short
isolated the Potomac.
on IN OIL REGIONS
CAPITOL I Giles, 598; Wilmott, 249. but was safe on error of First Baseman Bradshaw, appeared before the coun-
Early today the District health authorities commissioners and asked for
ty a
District-
Fourth
I For Congressman I Gore. Huggins grounded to Porter -
Washington, June 4.-Special.-) were requested by Secre'I I'I Acosta, 41; L'Engle, 358; Malone, 60; I and was caught at first. Pennington price to be set on the jail lot. Washington, June 4.-The tripartite -

n The purpose of the administrationwith tary McAdoo to deport Early Sears, 343; Williamson, 32. L'Engle I sent a clean hit over short stop] The plan to erect on the lot a civic II agreement between the Uni :d

respect to mediation and the fu- Townsend, from where he escaped, I got 47, second choice votes and Sears I I but was out trying to steal second, building to afford an official home for J States, Great Britain and The Nether-
ture of Mexico was outlined today by but the secretary decided the leper 66. by a quick throw from Catcher Bear- the city and for the Civic League and lands as a mans of protecting their

an official who has personal and inti- should not be deported from the District For Supreme Court Justices- dall. Chittenden hit out to centerfield Board of Trade was outlined by Mayor citizens in the Mexican oil fields from

mate knowledge of that policy. without the consent of the states Avery, 385; Ellis, 397; Shackleford, and came across the plate for a Sperry to the commissioners, andan spoliation was officially announced

The principal feature of the admin- through which he must pass en routeto 467.For score on error of Bennett. Lane was informal discussion of the subject today in the following statement:

, istration's plan is for the United quarantine station.Representative I Representative in the Legisla retired after swinging at three fast followed. I "The withdrawal of the foreignersfrom

States to recognize Carranza, media- Britten introduceda ture-Dickinson, 336; Griffin, 538; ones. The county commissioners took the Tampico oil fields after the occupation -

tion or no mediation, as soon as he I bill in the house today which calls; Newton, 624; Reese, 257.- . Bennett led off for Orlando by tip- matter under advisement, renderingno of Vera Cruz by American
takes possession of the capitol. From for the appointment of a special The poll lists showed that a total ping several fouls and missing an decision. More than a year ago forces and the danger of returning

another source it was learned that board of government experts to determine of 979 ballots were cast. The highest I easy one. Porter placed a clean sin- I, there was a proposition from the while military operations were in pro-
Carranza will send delegates to the whether Early is a leper. i number cast for a single office was in I Ii gle over second base. Hayley walked Elks to exchange the Elks home for gress have made it impossible for the

peace conference, although the extentto If the board decides that he is, con i the race for senator, 878 votes being after receiving four wild pitches. I the jail building lot under certain. operators of the oil mills in every
I
which they will participate in the gress to provide for his immediate cast. It is singular that almost the Porter made a sensational slide to..I conditions.The ,t case to meet their contractural obligations -
parley will be limited. permanent isolation, that the public I I same number is shown in the race for second. Windham grounded out to commissioners realize the necessity -:!i or to comply with the require-

( These two developments sum up the health may be conserved. I I representative. For commissioner of short. Porter was caught trying to of providing more room for I' ments of the authorities. As a possible -

important features of the Mexican I Early Divulged His Identity agriculture 809 were cast, and in the steal home. Crabb sent a long fly out the clerk's office and records, and ,| result some of the contracts may

situation as it is tonight The recognition Astonishment and to some degree I.I race for congressional committeeman !I center field.Things whatever is done this object will probably -I be cancelled or some of the properties -
847 was the number voted. There may be confiscated and the interests -
of Carranza by the United consternation were caused at the looked rather blue for the be kept in view. If an exchangeI
States will not be affected apparentlyby fashionable Shoreham hotel, where were 1,552 Democratic voters regis-I local boys at the beginning of the I the Elks should take place and resold.
the action of the mediators. If the Vice-President and Mrs. Marshall tered, and the number of second inning but they settled down II the city should purchase the Christ "The matter has been brought tothe

outcome of their deliberations is that live, when, Tuesday, John R. Early, shows that less than two-thirds of the I i to work. DuBose was retired after lot at Main and Central, the avenue attention of the governments ofthe
Carranza shall sit in as the head of registered under the name of E. J. total exercised their right of suffrage. vainly trying to find Windham'scurve for almost three blocks would be occupied United States, Great Britain and
the executive board of reconstruction, 'I I The idea The Netherlands. Appreciating thereat
Weston, was found to be a guest. ball. Kanner sent an easy by public buildings.
well and good. If they insist that that the Elks home would be injustice to the operators, who
bounder to short but Safe being
Early, in 1908, became nationally was on
FRANK\ lARK SAYS y THAT JOE for their safety were compelled to
the board be of different compositionwith known as "the leper." He has been Gore's error. Witherington groundedto converted into rooms for the clerk
another than Carranza at the and the records. This is said to leave the district and so unable to
Floyd who caught Kanner at plan
isolated for the last three at second -
years
SEARS[ IS All RIGHT GHas
.head,and even should the Huerta del- the government colony at Diamond I Porter throwing to Gore and be favored by many, and the Elks comply with their contracts and legal
and the representatives of the I would have much beautifuland provisions the three governments
egates Head on the shores of Puget Sound, I catching Witherington at first. I a more
United States to it, the fact have formally agreed that they will
agree near Tacoma, Wash. He escaped on Known Him for I Floyd opened the inning for Orlando exclusive site for their club
still remains that Carranza will be TwentyfiveYears support diplomatically any claims to
and third. Beardall house.
May 17. For sixteen days he was at grounded to
and Believes Him to I interests in the oil regions acquired
when
recognized by the United States i
large, traveling freely among crowds.He landed a long drive to center field for
he takes the Mexican capital, although Be a Good Man I two sacks. Gore hit to third advancing directly or indirectly by their respective -
went first to Port Williams, thento -
in taking it he may expect a Port Angeles and then to Victoria, Beardall. Peral played safe on a 1 I PENROSE[ [ D DECIAREOTO[ [ B BE[ MORAL nations sine April affected 29, 1914 cancellation whichin
regime to be established by the me- Frank Clark is pleased sacrifice and Bennett lined : any way were by -
I out for
B. C. On his way East he spent a Congressman a
diators. I ISSUE[ Of f CAMPAIGN or confiscation resulting from the
day in Toronto and two days in Mon- that he was so handsomely remem- three bagger, scoring Beardall, Gore
The plan of the mediators, it is inability of the bona fide owners to
treal. bered by his constituents in the sec- and Peral. Porter delivered an easy
learned, contemplates the creation ofa I ond district in the election meet their contractural or legal obli-
Tuesday, fly to first. Haley drove to center.
On May 23 he arrived in New
board of four, six, eight, or any I he having received Something like The score being 3 to 2 in favor of His Defeat Urged by the Washington I gations because of military operationsor
York where he and hada
spent a day I the
disturbed state in and
number of members to consistof political
even Which Meets in Convention
eight votes for every one his oppo- the locals. Party
at hotel the terminal. I
room a near
Mexicans, half Huerta and the oth- He arrived at the Shoreham last Sun- nent was given, says the TimesUnionof After the second inning Kanner, at Harrisburg about Tampico and Tuxpam.

er half Carranza men, the head of the day. lie went to theaters, has beenin yesterday.He for Sanford, began to weaken and the I "This agreement in no way, how-
board to be neutral with no power passed through the city from Orlandoites had things their own ever, affects any case in which the
restaurants and has walked way
many Harrisburg, Pa., June 4.-Spe-(
except what is technically known as owner could have performed his obligations -
with the Gainesville to Washington, topping I bringing in five scores in the fourth
freely throngs
on cial.)-Members of the state com-
executive authority.This vania pennsYI-1 last night at the Burbridge hotel, and i inning, eight in the fifth, two in the or any case of legitimate
avenue. mittee of the Washington party met
means that the government of will leave for the Capital city this seventh, and two in the eighth. The transfer.
:Mexico to be reconstructed Early's presence in Washington this afternoon, elected officers, heard
tempora- I I I morning. I features of the game were a double "There is little doubt but that this
might still be unknown had he him- addresses by the party candidates and
will be administered !
rily entirely by
At the hotel last night he was expressing play, Floyd to Porter to Gore, and I, arrangement by the three govern
self not betrayed it. He was promptly adopted a declaration of principles.
tha board the citizens at the head of
inI I his appreciation of the votegiven I the hitting of Beardall, who knocked I II ments whose nationals constitute the
which will have only executive func- thereafter arrested and is now him, and then took occasion to I two two-baggers, one single and one I There are no negotiations looking great bulk of the oil operators in
tions and of veto. a detention camp near the city, pend- toward the absorption of axformer
no power the whomit )'Iexicoill
say a good word for man home run. Porter also did some excellent be effectual in preventing
It is understood that President ing his probable shipment back to I Republican party by the other branch.
appears from all records to date work on the bases. adventurers from taking unfair advantage -
Wilson personally favors a board of the Tacoma quarantine camp. the fourth district has named as its Pitcher Kanner was easily handled I Among the principal features of the of the situation of unrest in

three with the presiding officer a He sent word to an afternoon news- congressman after the fourth of next and had about twenty hits placed on platform is a plank providing for the the; Tampico district since Vera Cruz
figurehead functionary to be knownas paper here that "Mr. Weston" would March. him. He was game, however, and fin- I submission to the legislatures of the was occupied."
"provisional president. like tosee a reporter on an important states the proposed Hobson nationwide .
"You have elected a fine man in Joe'ished his game with very poor support -
It is now morally certain that Car- matter of public interest. When the Sears," he said. "I have known him' Witherington did the receivingin 'I prohibition amendment to the SHIP ONCE CONSIGNED TO THESCRAP
ranza will send delegates to Niagarabut reporter went to the Shoreham he federal constitution. !
for and know himto HEAP IX SERVICE
twenty-five years, a very creditable manner and was I
they will not become party to any immediately recognized Early as the be clean straight through, a man right there with the peg. I Some of the principal state issues I Philadelphia, June 4.-The cruiser

body not composed entirely of Mexi- famous "leper" of six years ago. of his word, of good business ability The line-up of the teams was as : taken up in the platform are a declaration Brooklyn, stationed at the local navy
cans for the discussion of the inter- Early was intensely eager to publish I and as loyal to his party and friends I follows: in favor of local option with I yard for nearly ten years and at one

nal affairs of Mexico.INVESTIGATION a plan he had for the establishmentof I as a man could be. He will make for j! Sanford-Saunders: 2b.; Hudgins, the county as the unit and the rightto time ordered to the scrap heap, will
a national home for lepers to replace the district what it needs, a live i lb.; Pennington, If.; Chittenden, 3b.; cities of twenty thousand and over sail soon for China to become flagship
INTO DEATH OF the several camps now main- I to vote the of the Asiatic .
young representative. Lane rf.; DuBose, ss.; Witherington, I on liquor question as sep- squadron.The
THREE WITH THROATS CUT tained by the government. Mr. Clark said that he never felt c.; Kanner: p.; Herndon, cf. I arate units. Brooklyn was Admiral Schley's

Long Beach, Cal., June 4.-Local Early, a native of North Carolina, any uneasiness over his own seat, but Orlando-Bennett, 3b.; Porter, ss.; Senator Penrose was declared to be flagship during the SpanishAmericanwar
authorities began an investigation today served in the United States army in that he came back several times dur- Hayley, If.; Windham, p.; Crabb, cf.; the moral issue of the campaign and and led the fighting when the

into the death of Mrs. Lena Raab, the Philippines, after which he went ing the campaign because he bpieved! I Floyd, 2b.; Beardall, c.; Gore, lb.; his defeat urged. Spanish fleet was destroyed at San-
27 years old, and her two daughters, back to his home and there, while the people had a right to expect a Peral, rf. tiago. The ship was struck about

Lena, 6 years old, and Lillian, 15 employed in a dye factory, developeda word of their congressman wren he I In the sixth inning Hayley relieved BASEBALL RESULTS .twenty times by shells.
months old. All three were found skin disease which he thought was I was up for re-election, and that now Windham in the box and DeLaney Several years after the war the ves-

late last night in their home with caused by the poisons that he han- it is over he is going back t:) Wash'I Way relieved Beardall behind the bat. National LeagueAll sel was sent to the Philadelphia yard,

their throats cut. dled in the making of dyes. But a I ington where there is real \\ 'I I Flynn took Floyd's place in right games postponed; rain. where she was put out of commis- .

Mrs. Raab left a note written in Washington physician declared him to be done. i field; Rosenbaugh took Crab's placein American League sion. About a year ago work was be-

i German in which, according to the police be a leper and had him arrested and I I j I : center; Crab was switched to first Chicago 2, Cleveland 0. gun on the vessel and she was com-

she attributed her approaching sent to the local colony. Meanwhile II YESTERDAY FIRST HALF HOLIDAY i| in Gore's place; Henry relieved Hay- All other games postponed; rain. pletely overhauled. Today she is one A

motherhood to Dr. Walter E. Hill, a Early had married and was the fatherof I, OF THE SUMMER i'ley in left field, the latter pitching Federal League of the best and fastest cruisers in the

prominent Long Beach physician and two children. His children are : I the remainder of the game. St. Louis 6, Indianapolis 7. navy.

declared her intention of killing the perfectly healthy and his wife also. I There were many slim suppers in I Clyde Pounds umpired the game, Kansas City 5, Chicago 4.

children and herself.Dr. Dr. Bulkley, a noted New York skin I Orlando last night because wifie forI I and was relieved in the sixth by J. P. Other games postponed; rain. TWO DEAD AND MANY HURT IN A
Hill was taken into custody. He specialist, had Early under examina- got that yesterday afternoon was the 'i Holbrook. Southern League t MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT

denied the charge. I I tion and was convinced that the man I i first of the summer half holidays and ;| Pop Wallace's men will come for Montgomery 5, Memphis 3. Pittsburg, June 4.-With two per-
II I did not suffer from leprosy. He didn't have her memory jogged until ; next Thursday's game. Atlanta 9, New Orleans 6. sons dead and a dozen injured as a
RESULTS OF PRIMARY IN SEMINOLE fought hard to keep Early from be- 'I she came down town in the afternoon. I i I Nashville 3, Birmingham 2. result of last night's motorcycle accident -

COUNTYFor I ing condemned to a life of isolation, Most everybody went to the ball SENATOR CLARKE ENDORSEDBY Chattanooga 6, Mobile 5. here, Coroner Jamison today

U. S. Senate-Fletcher, 394; but later a committee of distinguished game, and th streets were deserted I ARKANSAS DEMOCRATSPine South Atlantic League began a careful examination of motorcycle -

Stockton, 418. ..scientists decided that he was really during that period. At night they Charleston 5, Albany 1. : racing in Pittsburg. Archer

For Congress-Acosta, 55; L'Engle, I a leper. He was then committed to were well filled, however, and the Bluff, Ark., June 4.-Spe- Columbia 8, Jacksonville 3. Armstrong, of New York, whose ma-
+ 250; Malone, -46; Williamson, 15; the Tacoma colony. Early bcame movies did a good business. ,' cial.)-The Democratic state convention Savannah 2, Columbus 0. chine left the track and dashed among
Sears, 406. I=,famous because when he traveled it today endorsed Senator James P. Macon 8, Augusta 7. the spectators, and William H. Van-
C. 0. McLaughlin was elected by a I was in guarded box cars and wherehe THE WEATHER I Clarke as the nominee of the Democratic derberry, of Philadelphia, another

S substantial majority as a member of was housed was always especially party for United States senator I Latest books, reprints 50 cents. racer, were said to be fatally hurt.

the state Democratic executive com ''prepared for his reception and strictly Florida: Local showers Friday and I by a vote of 449 to 163 for Judge W. ( Some good reading in paper covers, Of the spectators who were injuredit
\ mittee. quarantined. probably Saturday. F. Kirby. lOc. and 15c. Curtis & O'Neal's. was said all would recover.L' .

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ST. AUGUSTINE MAYOR ORDERS BE KIND TO ANIMALS The Board of Public Instructionheld

NAMED BY MISTAKEThat DOGS IMPOUNDED the regular monthly session on

!I. What Happened to Three of Complaints are rife concerning vagrant Monday owing to the fact that the *1fdIIr jJJl9ine 9fbwt

Vermont' Towns.It St. Augustine, Fla., June .-Danger dogs-mangy, flea bitten and teacher's examinations were scheduled

Is not often that a town is named of hydrophobia' caused Mayor gaunt from starvation- that make to begin Tuesday, the regular meet- And if you wish to hear the world's best music -

by mistake. but about 150 years ago Amos W. Corbett yesterday to issue the rounds of the neighborhood, seek- ing day. The Board of County Com-

this thing happened-not to one'town instructions to the police to impoundall ing from house to house a stray crust, missioners will meet today in regular executed by the world's greatest artists A

but to three towns in Vermont At dogs found on the streets without bone or other refuse thrown upon monthly session, a postponementof turn your ear this way when our Vic-
that time a of land made
grant was by
New Hampshire to some Connecticut muzzles, and proving the wisdom of the back yard garbage pile. one day being taken due to to tor and Edison Talkingmachines begin to play.

the mayor's action a few hours later Tuesday being election a.
settlers. This tract then as now. was Apparently homeless are some of primary day.
divided into three townships-Barling- came a telegram to Dr. A. W Under- these wretched creatures, having been ....- Nothing finer for the camp or summer

ton on the hillside of Lake Cham- wood, city health officer, from the I left behind by temporary sojournerswho For the news, read The Sentinel home. Come in and talk it over and see hew

plain; Colchester. Just north and Wil- Pasteur Institute in Atlanta stating
have gone back north. Other easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand
Jlston, east. The three towns were
that examination of the head of the
chartered on the same day. and it was hapless canines are kept tied up by Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. refining influence of the best music in
dog which recently severely bit Dog
at this time that the names were cruel masters and then turned looseto
Catcher Peter Pomar had resulted in home or private apartments.
mixed. hunt or to beg from the more humanely your .

The Burling family took up their the discovery that the dog was rabid. disposed."Be .

land in the north section (Colchester). This telegram was received late yes- W. S. BRANCH
Kind to Animals the mottoof
and it seems to be true that their name terday afternoon. $3.00 ,

..was to have been given the town so Mayor Corbett is a great lover of our Orange County Humane Socie- '.
that it should have been called Bur ty, should be inscribed in letters of
dogs and all dumb beasts, and he expressed The Arcade Book and Music Store
lington. Other settlers took up the gold in every public place.To .
eastern portion (Williston and the regret over having to have th humanely disposed the home- FROMORLANDO c
rest remained in the part by the lake them muzzled when he issued his in-
has
less or abused dog an especially
(Burlington) 4 Among these last was structions to the police yesterday, but
pathetic appeal.
the Willis family and there is evidence he considers that the safeguarding of
that they expected to call the city Wil life necessitates this action. Cruelty to animals is a legal of-

liston. However there was so much fense that ought to be entered upon TOJACKSONVILLE &
Mr. Pomar was badly bitten on the
confusion in the entering of the records the criminal docket. In many partsof
that the town where the Burlings arm several days ago. Urged by local the country in fact, it is virtually AND RE-

settled was called Colchester the town pysicians he made a hurry trip to heart- TURN
considered a crime, and many a
of the Willis family was named Burlington Atlanta, carrying the head of the dog
less wretch arrested for beating and a
while the town to the east was with him. He went through the fas- Thursday, June 18th :
overworking horses; tying up or en-
called Williston. And so they have
teur treatment there and it is believed
remained to this day.-Ladies' Home closing dogs, poultry or other ani ATLANTIC COAST LINE
that he will be saved as a result. Nat-
Journal imals and thus keeping same with-
urally, however, he was given some- Tickets good on All Regular Just arrived load
out proper food and water-are being car
ORIGIN OF BLACKMAILThe thing of a scare when he learned that Trains. Final Limit June 21st.
given stiff and richly deserved fines
the dog really was rabid. Several FORDS for immediate -
-from $5 to $25 each. Proportionate low rates from
Term Was Born of Outlawry on others have been bitten here by dogs
"A merciful man is merciful to other
points.
the Scottish Border. during the past few days. delivery.Get .
his beast"-saith Holy Writ.
The etymology of the expression"blackmail" For further information call
What untold suffering on the
is historically' Interesting.It DR. WORKMAN GOES TO MIAMI '' on or write to nowF.
appears to have its origin on the part of the poor, dumb creatures yours
Scottish border and dating from times PUBLIC SCHOOLS might be saved by the exercise of a W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,

when frequent political feuds betweenthe little care and thoughtfulness, a lit- W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. G. RUSH,
then two kingdoms of the British Ocala, Fla., June 3.-J. H. Work-
tle show of humane sentiment. ORLANDOY.
Islands tacitly justified a sort of per man, who for eleven years has been Phone 226rHam

ennial terrestrial buccaneering as between principal of the Ocala high school, has Great suffering .among animals R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -
and poultry is occasioned by neglectof
borderers of each realm. S
accepted the principalship of the Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division -
Many of these were outlaws on both owners to. provide a plentiful sup-
Miami public schools, signing a con-
sides of the border. Their neighborIng ply of water. Poultry should never i assenger Agent
tract for the next three years. Mr.
victims' to save their cattle from be without plenty of clean, fresh wa TAMPA 0
Workman at first declined Miami'ssplendid
I
being lifted sometimes compounded for ter. Dogs go mad for its lack and
safety by an annual payment as Insurance offer, but as the school board
bite other animals well their
as as
to the bandits. This fee not only here released him he yesterday wired ,111111111111111111111SUMMER

gave them immunity, but entailed Miami his acceptance. The inducements i human torturers, spreading Hydro-

them to protect them from rival free they offered Mr. Workman I. phobia, as a consequence. No domestic : TIME IS
booters. It was their "mail." or "pro- animal should be permitted to
were so flattering and so splendid
tection." The "mail" coach was so suffer for the lack of water! FLY TIMEAre
that he felt he would be
as though :
named because It had its armed guard
AH the north and
over country,
with loaded blunderbuss on the dickey. standing in his own light not to ac those windows screen-
'South the work of human educa-
But the mail paid by border farmerswas ed yet? Patented detach-
not for honest royal protection. cept.Mr.. Workman states that Ocala's tiron is being nobly sustained, but able hangers used on all

but for guardianship by thieves, and this-like many other localities of
future along public school lines is exceedingly screens. No ladder need-
hence was "black" mail the color of central and southern Florida needs a ed take off
bright. He says that next to or put on
black being typical of what was nefarious humane officer to look after deserted -
when
windows.
fall when school washing
u magnificent new
whether In art or In guardian
building is COK. f.ed that no city in neglected and abused animals; -
ship while the guardian of this stamp -
and to punish owners of same for R.J.WALDRONContractor ::
was known as the "blackguard" of the Florida the size of Ocala can compete 3 "

district The last named latter day with her in school facilities and equip- their wanton cruelty. and Builder &

term of reproach seems to have obtained ment, and that nowhere can be founda "Old dog Gray is ever faithful, 410 West StreetFor ond

Its expression originally as here finer or more progressive school Grief cannot drive him away, ore

described.-London Field. board than here.MURDERERS He gentle and he's kind .

And you'll never, never findA FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
and Part For Year. '
Marry a better friend than old dog Gray." t"IIII'JI'I"II'IIIIII'> '
Among the many peculiar customs OF RIVAS
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prevalent among the people of Central GET 12 YEARS IN JAILI A glorious tribute to man's truest REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

America is that of parting for one year companion-yet human-like. Gray Sale

after the marriage ceremony has been I will steal rather than starve, and far COMPARE
Havana, June 4.-General Ernesto
solemnized. This custom has prevailed
mers often suffer great loss through
-
Aberto, ex-Governor of Havana Pro- -
among the Jarnos from time'lmmemoriaL I the killing of chickens and sheep by I
There Is no courtship allowed to vision and Eugenio Arias, a former OUR FURNITUREWe
dogs which have been literally starv- Modern 8-room
be carried on between the parties priorto member of tbp House of Representatives -
the wedding. When a man selectsa ed into obtaining a living by such sav-
today ced to tweveyears'
were
House 2 doors provide the quality furniture that has long
methods.If .
woman he obtains the consent of the I age
parents on both sides and if this is imprisonment for the killingin you are owners of a dog or oth- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

given they are at once married. The July, 1913, of General Armando I er animal that do not want nor west of Wyom- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

reason, however for their not living Rivas, Chief of the National Police. you I It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
cannot feed better chloro- Hotel. Bar-
properly
together as man and wife for one year Senator Vidal Morales, who was with ing this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
form it. It is better them !
thus to
after marriage is In order to permit of the others at the time was convictedof put this business, and that means much to any buyer.
the parties visiting and staying with firing a shot in the street and out of the way than to let them suf- I gain.

their respective friends In different fer a living death from starvation.
carrying a revolver without licerse.
parts of the country which is a customary He was fined. LYDIA J. RYALlJ McNHLL: DAVIS BLOCK
thing and occupies the time : ,
specified. Ninety-nine out. of a hun Police Captain Emilio Campina, Taft, Flof da. i A. L. Bentley, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.

dred of these marriages turn out well whom the defendants accused of at- -----

I tempting_ __ to shoot them, was acquit- Morales and Arias arrived in an automobile ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEtlMIIMIMtiliiiillMM JHIMMIOIMIMM

Ways of Burmese Beauties. ted. There were no disturbances u" after about the time and a heated

stead of a coming out party as we the verdict was rendered, but the dispute arose, followed by shots. The .
kuuw it the Burmese girl's entrance
machine guns had been placed near chief of police fell badly wounded
Into t.ociety begins when she has her MHMa
ears pierced. As soon after this as she the jail and the police guards were and died two days later.T. **41"1',11.,1,1.1,11"11.1,111'.11,1'..

feels Inclined she selects a husband doubled.

and goes to live in a home of her own. General Rivas was shot in the most S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

The home is provided by the man, but crowded portion of the Prado. HeI I i 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Orlando Bank & Trust Co
it becomes his wife's as soon as they
had stopped his carriage in front of
are married. ,Alt women young and,
old. are addicted to the use of tobacco. the Asbert Club and had caused the Read the Morning Sentinel. Price Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

The women seem to prefer the very arrest of the doorkeeper. Asberto 10 cents a week.HHMIIMIMMIIIlKHIItMIIIIHttMIIIIMMIIMI.

large size black cigar. Often one meetsa
woman on the streets of a village I RESOURCESReal

with one of these huge cigars in her I ;. : Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37 '

mouth and two or three more stuck in Loans and . . . . . 378,166.14 _
the holes of each ear. Di.s.c.o.u.n.t.s.
Overdrafts . . . . . 1,225.23

The Cosmic Law. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

There Is neither waste nor econ Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02

omy in nature. Energy is as indestructible

as matter-no tract of waste ORLANDOWater $904,906.09

anywhere no economy. Nature does

not use a tractIon more than necessary LIABILITIES
nor less. The two words '"wasteand I Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

"economy" cannot apply to the stupendous Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

cosmic law the conservation & Light Co. Bills payable . . . . . . . None
of energy.-Edgar Luden Larkin in

New York American. Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

No Luxuries. to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

"' "Any insanity in your family asked
the life Insurance man. Electricity $904,906.09

"No. replied Farmer Corntossel. "I

couldn't afford to hire any alienist. If
4
our boy Josh gets into any trouble Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

we'll jes' have" to admit that he's Gasmater Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
plain foolish. Washington Star.A .

Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
Quick Switch.

Jack (studying geographyHFather Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . 521,167.38

what Is a strait? Father (reading the Office---No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
paper-Five cards of a-that is, a narrow

strip of water connecting two larger Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34Increase
bodies.

---- No. 6tMIMMIMIilllMIMMMIIMIMMMMMMIMIIMH of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
Telephone f.
Classified The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
First Freak-My engagement ends Trust Co. desire to their
tonight Second Freak-Does it? First express appreciation to their

Freak-Yes. Next week Til be what friends and customers for making such a statement pos

you might call an idle curiosity.-Puck. I sible.

ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK:3f.
A face that cannot smile is neverfood.MartiiL .,
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South Florida SentinelMORNING Every man is his brother's keeper.He .
The Honorable William Joseph
AND WEEKLY Sears deserves the congratulationsand can't help it any more than the TO BE [ENlARGED

neighbors can, much as they might :
Editor and Owner.
JOSiAH FERRIS. good wishes of every citizen of
I like to. He can't evade the responsi-'i
the fourth congressional district. He
' Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando, Florida bility of such relationship unless he Many Changes to Be Made Including
{ at Second Class Mail Matter. worked earnestly for his success and lives in the wilderness and never',I' Expanding of the Present
achieved without resort to trickeryor

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............J50 mud slinging. If he works as hardin ,:comes man. It into is a contact law of with society his as fellow fixed I Quarters '
Wear
DaD, 6 Months ....................... Lao congress for his constituency he
Daily, 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 thereis as any other enacted by the Almighty. Ready-to-
DaDy! 1 Month ....................... 50 will accomplish something, and I His conduct, good or evil, or careless The Phillips garage on Pine streetis
much to be done. The time is justas to be considerably enlarged, the
'Weekly 1 Year ...................... 1-09 for doing and the opportunityas i I must affect others accordingly.
, Weekly I 6 Months ..................... .7* ripe i individual Vesponsibjlity to society room occupied as a tin shop on the
bright for making one's mark as it corner by Fiezl having been rentedto
can not be escaped, whether it be in
TO ADVERTISERS: ever was. The country is rather II give more room for the automobile
morals: or in physical affairs. The
weary of the campaign statesman, shop. The wall will be taken out and
Cpy for display and all wher hand-set ; cJminallowers the moral tone of the
uherthini mast be han td in at the kuuntti who starts out to correct the ills oi the entire floor space thrown into
community, disgraces it and exerts a
rice .! the Sentinel net 1at.'r than 2 p. m. the nation and winds up by doing
the day before publicities This role applies : degrading influence. The man who one large area. Display
to chances for contract ad.ertinnf; it is nothing more than drawing his sal- !
Other improvements are under contemplation -
lives in dirty surroundings invites disease :
adhered to.
invariable and will be s.rutiy There is honest work to do and I
ary. I and thereby endangers the and the plans of the proprietors

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued there are few who have the ordinary health and possibly the lives of his ;; may take on a more important -
should notify the office in writing on determination of and the willing
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be purpose neighbors.The I aspect than the mere enlargmentof
l continued at the regular suowriptwn' rates industry to accomplish it. The conclusion is inevitable that it the work shop and garage accom- Oi the latest and most
until notice to stop is received. Sentinel believes that Mr. Sears hasa I exquisite productions
is the duty of every man to keep himself I modations.

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 19 14. him true and conception that he will of the stick work to it before until I' and his premises clean and i i I Mr. Frank Myers is to have charge ot the foremost and most ex-

healthful, not only for his own sake of the business, having been recently I
will have the
he results. He cooperation -
, The Osceola Journal issued an elec- gets 'of the Florida delegation.He I but for that of those who by force : engaged. Mr. Myers is the son of clusive firm ot manufacturers in New

tion extra Wednesday which con- of circumstances must associate with I II Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers, and is an ;
is a cousin of Senator Fletcherand
tained all the news up to that time I him. i old Orlando boy. His many friends York.
has been a life long friend and
concerning the results of Tuesday's Community cleanliness, community : will be pleased to know that he is to
supporter ,of Congressman Frank
primary. It was a stroke of fine en- II'sanitation, is just as much a duty : make this city his home again.
Clark. Besides such advantages to
terprise, and would have done credit that every man owes his neighbors as }:
start with he is of such a nature I I ---- -
. to a, city much larger than Kissim- that he will, make friends readily to be decent morally, for physical ill- there has not been a corresponding

mee. ness has a strangely intimate organized effort toward increasing the
t among his colleagues and by such
o ,tion with moral"degeneracy. connec-I knowledge of proper sanitation or to
means as well as force of argumentand !
Tuesday seems to have been a bad will be It is a fact that in the past arouse a sentiment for better health- .
merit his projects regarded -
" day for editors. Besides :Mr. J. H. a large degree in the present, law fulness through cleanliness among
with favor. Here's success to him.
Reese, S. J. Triplett gets it in the strictly enforced is essential_ to secure II the same classes that. need the up-

neck in Osceola and Claren e..Woods in o municipal sanitation. This is due lift.

4 Lake, which reminds us to say that The Orlando Board of Trade has partly to ignorance, partly to per- I Good health is the basis of good monstratinMvanc

? a shoemaker should stick to his lasts. taken hold of the project of erectinga versity and indifference. Some otherwise -
morals. You can't deny or dodge
:Many a good editor has been spoiled building for municipal and civic good citizens will persist in allowing -
that fact, and the great moral uplift
) in the change to politician.ReporterStar. purposes and will not turn it loose their dogs to run at large un-
of the world won't come so long as
; until it is accomplished. The board muzzled, and they make a fearful fuss i
work other .
you on any hypothesis.It easof
1; Our neighbor didn't go far enough. has selected the lot at present occu- when the police interfere for the actual is a plain, hard fact that Florida -
Editor Russell of the Palatka News pied by the county jail and will go safty of the community. They
will not get into its full stride toward -
was defeated for the senate and Editor before the county commissioners at howl louder than their worthless curs

V McCreary of the Gainesville Sun their next meeting for the purpose of when any one presumes to enforcethe its greatest prosperity, until
the individual citizen, no matter how t the NewParisian
:was defeated for re-election after sixteen getting them to set a price upon the idea that th rights of society are
exalted or humble, shall realize his
years of service in that body. lot. The county owns other property superior to their own selfishness.
personal responsibility in (lowering
Claude L'Engle was an editor beforehe within the city which is available fora Some of the ablest scientists in the'
the sick rate and the death rate
turned statesman, and he went site for the jail. Other lots are be- world have demonstrated that typhoid
through voluntary, and not legally t
down also. The safer plan for the ing considered as sites for the pro- fever is a germ disease, transmittedby I StylesManufacturers
enforced, sanitation, through consci-
editor to follow is to tell others how posed new building in the event that flies, yet it requires the servicesof
entious and intelligent effort to avoid
r it should be done and let it rest there. the jail lot can not be obtained at a the police to compel the screeningof
disease; in other words, by doing
o reasonable figure.-Tampa Times.It earth closets. The same investigators -
everything in his power to raise the t
: An intemperate writer in the New o have proven the transmission of
standard of community hygiene. Any-
York World wants to, know why the is to be regretted that J. H. yellow fever, of malaria and other
thing less than this is not in accord
; newspapers don't give Roosevelt the Reese, who was a canddate in Orange! diseases by mosquitoes; they have with the highest type of citizenship.Try .

f "silence" so that the country can "be county for representative, did not ac- pointed out the methods of prevention r'

rid of this faker." That person has cumulate enough votes to land him. I yet the pleas and protests of the Sentinel Job Department. [

allowed his prejudice to get the bet He should not be discouraged, how- sanitarians and health boards are disregarded ,

,'? ter of him. No person can read I ever. Two years from now, if he con- by the vast majority of

. Roosevelt's descriptive articles with-I tinues to make friends as he has in Floridians.The l l'" 111111"1'1"11"1 Ahsolute

out being impressed that he is a that county, they will all be glad to opening decades of the twentieth -j

writer of wonderful power and that vote for him. Orange county could century have been marked by T. F. HOURIHAN ,'

this springs from a well stored mind not do better than to elect the bril- splendid organization and magnificenteffort

. and a comprehensive eye which'misses liant newspaper man who has now for the moral uplift of those Licensed Plumber and

nothing. These are of themselves become one of them.Miami Herald. who need uplifting. There has beena Sanitary Engineer Lost C\

evidence of greatness had we nothingelse o practical recognition of the fact Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
Attended to.
to go upon. His monstrous activ- The Lake Worth Herald says that that morals can not be permanently Promptly

ities and his superb courage are oth- Stockton was elected. What kind of :Improved while physical conditions PHONE 6z* Prices

ers, and still we have taken nothing dope do they sell in Lake Worth remain unimproved-that the hungryman Io6 Court Street '

into account concerning him as a o in ragged clothes is not likely to ,

statesman. He is a source for interesting Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf be or to become a devout Christian. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I :

r news at all times, and the pa- I There has been a recognition of the 4-zl-lm

'' pers can not afford to ignore him if Job printing at the Sentinel great fact of human brotherhood, but. MMNMMMMMMMMMIMIMHIMMiMIIMMIilMi

i-? they would. Since his return from

South America the Colonel's pictures _ I
ItllltltlilMllllllimiMMMMIMConnects .
= show him to be much broken. It will

t be a sad day for the nation when this :
you with a reliable Drug Store of

powerful personality passes on. 34 years standing. Ills a pleasure to buy

a. The Pensacola o News hands Congressman fl1 T' t anything not in stock and deliver it to you.

Wilson a rather sour lemonin one w n" We Exhibittwo

reminding him that he was re-
J MclROrS[ PHARMACY
' elected not because of his own popui i r hundred of the daintiest and
larity or ability but because, his op-

ponent was Stokes. It can scarcely 'I rlllllllllllllllllll"'IIIIIIIIIII"II""I"'I'11'111'111'1111 1'11' dressiest

E be doubted that Stokes is the abler :

of the two. He started a career
upon :
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which gave promise of being useful .

and distinguished, but the overshadowing -
importance of himself has casta 1 have ever handled.We .

a gloom upon his prospects. When-
ask and invite at-
ever a man begins to imagine that he i you your

amounts; to much his usefulness is : tendance to see these beautiful crea-
FOR THE GRADUATES
just then decreased and in proportion ATTRACTIVE GIFTS
:
tions. To view them is educa
to the growth of his ego. It is un- : an
Commencement Day-an important event in the
fortunate that some men can not get tion in itself.
lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
from this incubus which :
,
away seems
commemorate the
to
appreciation and encouragement
to take such insidious hold that will be sold
they : occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of (And they at manufacturers -
seem not to be aware of it; unfortu- :
Jewelry? I cost prices.)
nate for them and for the public. I

Able men are neded in public life; :
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe 'Tis another indication of our
there is a demand for them. Too : $

often inferior men are chosen to pub- : direct the attention of relatives and friends to progressiveness.

lic office because of the reason assigned I the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

by the Pensacola News. : store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new .

o I I est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -

The newspapers are testifying to : or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -

the easy operation of the new primary and assortment.A .

law. The Sentinel gave its testimonial : visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

the day after the primary. : obligation to buy. 01

There was no fault to be found\ withit I

and the short ballot aided materially : I
, ,
in getting a quick count and in :

saving the inspectors unnecessarywork. l

But while we are commend- :

ing the primary we must remember : Co1

that there close __.. _, __ ___ un, __ .___ __ Dickson-Ives
was no race so that :

any necessity arose for the counting :

of second choice ballots. If there had I

been there would probably have been :

much confusion. From the first try- : T.I1.vans.theOPPOSITE Jeweler ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

out of the law it may be predicted :

that the ultimate result of providing ,

for second choce will be its virtual : Orlando

elimination. There were comparatively : POSTOFFICE Orange Ave. S

few who expressed any second : I I'

' choice, showing that the people are : :

not so desirous of having it and were I. EXPERT .REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING II 11111111,1 11.1".t II'te.ir

satisfied to vote their first choice and a Httt .4MNNMIMIIIIIMMNM+

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ORLANDO, FLA.D. I
Open p. m. : p. m. n
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I' Admission 5 ,cents ITODArS All the Spanish Forms and Customs

W. Hadsell left yesterday for DGti GDallDGDallDCDallDG allDGo Will Be Carried Out to "tot It llAton's"That \

PROGRAM"The the Letter
New York city.Deaconess .
BUYS AND SELLS

Parkhill left yesterday Winning Stroke." A Western Madrid, Spain, June 4.-Because

for Rome, Ga., for a visit. REAL ESTATE frontier drama. Ambassador Willard ...
desires to observe 4.-
"A Tale ef the West. (Nestor.)
Mr. Welton Johnson is in Fort By Romaine Langley, Moran and Rus- all requirements of the Spanish

Myers on a short business trip. sell Bassett. laws in respect to foreign marriages,
in Imp. Comedy, by King Baggott and the magistrate of the Buenavista district GiftYou
H. R. Berry and F. G. Rush were -
:
600 acres ,south of Winter Lee Baird. A dashing comedy con- will
Tampa yesterday, registered at the cerning the frantic efforts of a bride perform the civil marriage
Hillsboro.J. Garden and west of and groom to escape the clutches ofa ceremony for Miss Belle Willard and

customs officer. Kermit Roosevelt on June 10.
of the Grand Gotha, including 10 acre have no trouble in selectingthat
A. Pruyn, manager Don't forget that we are still giving The American embassy is situatedin
hotel left yesterday for Johnson- orange The away those dinner sets every Fri-
en-
grove. the Buenavista district the Anniversary
day afternoon at 4:30. most Birthday, Wedding or
ville, N. Y. tire tract covered with aristocratic section of the city. When

Miss Fannie Stagg left yesterdayto the minister of _Present at our store.
state learned that the
I yellow pine timber. Two BEERS-WHITCOMB
occupy her summer cottage at Vir- ambassador desired to observe the
We have a complete line .of
ginia Beach, Va. ,I miles of lake shore. II Spanish law in this respect he sug-

Joseph S. Davis, who has been at 4231111tilMMHIIIIIIilillilMM I The marriage of :Miss Vivian Beersto gested the justice should go to the ] Jewelry'Silverware (sterling or D

210 West Church street, left yester- :Mr. Emmons Whitcomb at Law-I American embassy, but as the em- plated) and the newest ideas in
which occurred Wednesday
Ind. rence, Mass., bassy is the
day for Clinton, beyond legal control of
evening, June 3rd, u an event in
Mrs James A. Heyle, 404 Margaret the magistrate, being technically cut glass.A .
which her friends have fel*
street, left yesterday for New Roch- ADDRESS OF MRS. STEVENS many hers United States territory, a room has
look before buy will
deep interest, and a day letter sent you
been fitted in the
elle, N. Y., for the summer. WEDNESDAY EVENING up magistrate's own
yesterday for our paper gives the residence where the
who has been in ceremony will pay you.Allen.
Mrs. J. A. Heyl,
thereof Or-
following account by an take place.
since last fall left yesterdayfor
our city The lecture given by Mrs. Stevens landoite who was present. The formal witnesses doubtless will

her home ,at New Rochelle, N. Y. Wednesday night at the Methodist Miss Beers' father, Rev. R. W. include Eduardo Dato, the Spanish '

Quite number of enthusiastic golf- church was splendid, and the audi- Beers, officiated at the wedding, and premier; the Marquis of Lema, the & Co.

ers enjoyed their first Thursday half ence was charmed with the speaker, her sister, Miss Miriam Beers, was minister of state, :Myron T. Herrick, ,

holiday at the Country Club yester- and thoroughly enjoyed the subjectsupon maid of honor, :Mr. Herbert Sanborn the American ambassador in Paris,

day.Miss which she talked, all of whichare being best man. and Colonel Roosevelt.The JewelersPrompt

Elizabeth Miller has returned known to Mrs. Stevens, and are The bride was becomingly gownedin religious service will take placeat .

from Forsyth, Ga., where she has not mere hearsay. Too much can not white crepe meteor, entrain, noon the next day in the chapel of Repairing. .

been attending college during the past be said of Mrs. Stevens and her no- trimmed with Chantilly lace, pearls the British embassy. The chapel is

ble work. and rhinestones, her dainty tulle veil in a pavilion in the embassy grounds.The Everything Guaranteed.HMMMMIIHIIIIIIItMtiMMtMlliilMMtMiHIPil.

term.Mr.. H. 0. Estes, traveling out of The orchestra gave two selections, being caught with a band of pearls, Rev. Dr. Samuel N. Watson, pas- 1

Tampa for the Southern Drug com- which were much enjoyed.Mrs. and she carried a beautiful bouquetof tor of the American Protestant Epis-

pany, is in town calling .on our local Fuller, president of the society lilies of the valley. copal church in Paris, will performthe

drug houses. introduced the speaker with a Miss :Miriam Beers' gown was of service, assisted by the Rev. Her-

Dr. and Mrs F. C. Boardman have few well chosen words, and Mrs. Ped- yellow voile, daintily trimmed with bert Brown, chaplain of the British

moved from their up town apart- rick Ie4 in prayer. lace and finished with a girdle of blue embassy in :Madrid.

ments into the Armstrong house on After the lecture delicious punch velvet. The wedding party will proceed O "- leD
Magnolia avenue. and cake were served in the ladies' A quantity of beautiful gifts were from the ambassador's house to the

parlor, by the committee in charge, received, that of the groom to the house in automobiles and gala carriages -
R. M. Clark leaves today for
Capt. Mrs. Fred Gore, Mrs. J. M. Carruthers bride being a gold necklace set with which will be
among probably
Haven, Mass. where he
Vineyard
and Mrs. J. R. Davis. diamonds and pearls.
will join Mrs. Clark for the remain- I one of the court equipages with a rep-
der of the Immediately after the ceremony a resentative of the king of Spain. % ltfllJwflfrJr
summer. THOMAS PICTON WARLOW HAS reception was held from 7:30 to 9 The bride's dress will be of ivory ,oj

Mr. and Mrs. N. P. YoweU and four BIRTHDAY PARTY p.m. at the bride's former home, satin and tulle with a court train. ':

mobile children for left Daytona yesterday Beach in their to spenda auto- I Thomas Picton Warlow, Jr. held a after away.from which their the happy friends couple, departng slipped by She will wear orange blossoms arranged 1
:
,
with old lace and
a long veil .
couple of weeks enjoying the fish- very merry celebration of his seventh automobile without informing any of tulle and lace. The maid of honor : r Peadlle r Feaeie!ll I r Peaches I

ing and bathing., birthday yesterday afternoon, havingsome one of their intended destination.Mr. :Miss Elizabeth Willard, will wear : (

Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Abernethyand sixteen of his little friends to and Mrs. Whitcomb plan to be white satin with a tunic of pale blue I

children, who spent part of last assist, and all had a most delightful; "at home" after October 1st at Water- tulle. The bridesmaids, her highness, ,

winter here, have arrived from Bir- frolic t ton. Conn. the Princess of Thurn and Taxis; ,

mingham, Ala., and have taken apartments The "party" proper was served on For two years Miss Beers was a Miss Katherine Page, Mademoiselle ': First crop from new orchard. They are the sweet ;

at' Oak Lodge. the pretty lawn, and was heartily en- valued member of the Cathedral Gilone Le Veneurs de Tillieres and '
,
Florida Variety The orchard is well cared for and the <
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barnes and joyed, the birthday cake with its sev- school faculty, her work being in the Miss Virginia Christian, will wear I

three children left yesterday for Day- en pink candles being of especial interest music department, and was considered : white tulle with tunics. AH of them peaches are in splendid condition.
'
tona Beach. Mr. Barnes will return one of the most accomplished musi- will wear lace with touches of yellow

[today, leaving Mrs. Barnes and the The small host is a great favorite cians who have ever visited Orlando, and yellow ribbons tied under the

[children to spend a couple of weeks. among his friends and had their best her brigdt, sweet character, her nat- chin. They will carry bouquets of

wishes for "many happy returns" of ural grace and beauty, together with orchids.
Mrs. L. H. Todd, mother of Mrs. yellow THE SANITARY GROCERY
the anniversary so pleasantly marked. her willingness to use her gift for
f The breakfast will
John A. Abberger, left yesterday for wedding be
Philadelphia, to visit her son. Miss the pleasure of others, combined to served in the American embassy anda
those who make her favorite with all who CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Balti- Among were registeredat a which
Catherine Padgett will go to reception, to some thousandsof
the San Juan yesterday were the_ knew her, the ''good wishes of many have been
more with her and spend the summer persons invited, includ- 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
there. following: C. Smith, Sanford; L. P. 1 I Orlando friends being with her for ing all the diplomatic corps and many

Misses Mary Branham, Mabelle Chittenden Sanford; A. Kanner, Sanford happiness in her new home. officials and members of the highest
; L. W. Verigan, Sanford; A. J.
[O'Neal, Eva McQuarters and Ruth Spanish nobility will follow. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Frierson H. H. Abrams
Tampa
; Mrs. C. P. Dow underwent an op-
Palmer of New Jersey, motored over
Ito Daytona, Beach yesterday, stopping Tampa; P. J. Burgess, Tampa; Mr. eration at McEwan's\ sanitarium yes- FLORIDA COMMISSION OPPOSES f FUNERAL DESIGNSiiiiiiiitttttmttimiiMiMtflttiiiiniiMBii'i

and Mrs. C. H. Abernethy, Tampa; terday morning. Her many friends INCREASED RATES
|en route for lunch at DeLeon Springs.
Frank T. Graham, Tampa Tribune; will be relieved to know that she ;
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[ They will return on Saturday.Mr. .
J. F. Ward, Jacksonville; Chas. W. stood the ordeal well and is recov- Tallahassee, Fla., June 3.-Knowledge -
Green, special agent of the A.
Smitz, Jacksonville; Frank Evans, ering. has come to the railroad com- respectfully protest against the con-
JC. L., came from Tampa yesterday White Star MarketSanborn
up Jacksonville; S. C. Baird, Jacksonville missioners that certain boards of sideration or reception by the Inter-
'
[ to investigate the damage done
; E. C. Bryan, Jacksonville. Judge R. F. Taylor of the Florida trade of this state have adopted and state Commerce Commission in the Bros., Proprietors. .
the automobile of V. H. Green
Dr. Cassius Boone has moved his Supreme Court was here Tuesday, forwarded to the Interstate Com- said case of any resolutions, petitionsor
[which was struck Wednesday afternoon -
offices to the building on East Cen- having come to cast his ballot in the merce Commission, at Washington, recommendations from persons or
by the 3:13 north bound train.
tral avenue, which has just been vacated primary. Although Judge Taylorhas resolutions petitioning that commis- organizations who have taken no partin

Mr. Geo. H. Westbrook was in town by Dr. G. H, Edwards, who has been on the supreme bench for sion to grant the request of the rail- the proceedings before the Inter-

yesterday from Zellwood, where he moved his offices to the McEwan san- more than a decade, he maintains his road companies for the five per cent. state Commerce Commission.R. .

has been working with the J. D. itarium. Dr. Boone is one of Or- citizenship in Alachua county. Manyof increase of their rates, which requesthas HUDSON BURR, Chm.N. .

White company all winter. He left lando's doctors and his increasing his friends had the of
younger pleasure a I been pending for some time be- A. BLITCH,
on' the afternoon train for his homeat business necessitated larger few minutes' chat while he was here fore the Interstate Commission.The ROYAL C. DUNN,

Pittsburg, Pa., expecting to return offices. Tuesday.-Gainesville Sun. action of these boards of trade Commissioners.Mrs. i

next season. has influenced the Florida railroad
I
Eat what you want. Eat what you want commissioners to adopt the counter D. B. Bird, of Monticello, arrived -i
From 4 to 6 an expert from the Eat all want. Eat all want.
you you and will be a guestof I
I and following resolutions, a of yesterday 1
copy
factory is demonstrating Ideal Fire- Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it.
I I which they have forwarded to the In- her sister, Mrs. William T. Chest-
less Cookers at McCulloch's Depart- For sale by all durggists. For sale by all druggists.
ment Store. l-7-d&w-lyr 1.7d&wlyrftCRNTODAY terstate Commerce Commission: nut, during the university's com-

Whereas, There are now pending mencement season. Mrs. Bird's son,
-- NO MATTER WHAT CUT select -
before the Interstate Commerct Com- Thomas B. Bird, will graduate from you
ilMiltttlttMIMIiMliiiillilMIMiiMMHMMMIMHIiniMIIM MtlM you get first class meat at this
.1.,1111.111.1111111111.11111111.1.1111.1111111..11111 ril I"II' III I' III I.. mission applications by certain rail- the University next week with the market. For we handle only choice
road companies for an advance of five degree of B. C.
grain fed cattle and small stock from
per cent. in freight rates; and
which all cuts are better than the
Whereas, It is reported that certain The T. & J. is handling severalcars
prime cuts from a stock of loweri
boards of trade and similar organiza- of cucumbers daily from points
i I grade. A trial will prove our meats
tions have passed resolutions intendedto north of Micanopy, but it is believed
worth more, though we do not charge
influence the action of the Inter- that shipments will be practically at it.

state Commerce Commission with an end after this week. Tomatoesare

reference to the said applications; also moving from this section in Phone 23
48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f

"When Algy Froze Up," a line Thanhouser. and Whereas, It is impossible for said car lots. i

boards of trade and like organizationsto
IMMHIMMMIIIIIIIIIH *I If your paper 1 is not delivered
"Diamond in the reel beautiful feature be informed to the evidence
Rough, a two Majestic as promptly, don't fail to notify the office
submitted to the Interstate Commerce Shoe Repairing j

Commission or to know the merits of

the case; andWhereas PARCEL POST I WOOD, COAL AND ICE
"In Their flour Ol Need," another Thanhouser. The Interstate Commerce by ; Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

Commissoin has heard voluminous : Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away testimony for and against said applications Ladies'Half Men's Half Soles Soles, 60c 7se to to SSe 7Se I
I
again tonight to the holder of the lucky number. to and be heard has heard and all parties desiring Children's H Soles, SOc to 750 \ I Sentinel want ads. are money get.
: ;
Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo < I ters. Try them.IOSTEOPATHY.
Whereas, The matter ought to be

: First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents decided upon its merits according to Heels Repaired, 2c I
returned in hours.
the evidence submitted and not upon All work 24

Children 5 Cents expressions of opinion by organiza- Orders without C. O. D.remittance We pay returned -

tions having no knowledge of the return postage. -

matters presented to the Interstate
Children under twelve admitted free matinee if I DR. J. C .HOWELL
to accom- Commerce Commission and no suffi-

panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. cient information as to the necessityfor A. Hanson Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

an advance in rates; 19 East Pine Street J No extra charge for house treatment

Therefore, we, the Railroad Com- ORLANDO FLORIDA :\ Telephone connections
.
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Otttl ."I"'III 'HMilMHmiimtlMlllllllilMiMllllliilMMlllllllll' 111111111 missioners of the. State of Florida, do I IMilllMMIIIIHIIIII : Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.Y'.ti.i .


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If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

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

r SENATOR SIMMONS MAKES[ I SEMINOLE ELECTS ITS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
PEOPLE'S ,V ANTSMUNNUIAKERS
OFFICERS FOR A YEAR
are all right, then why not put us to the test.
STRONG lA[ fOR REPEAL

{ Sanford, June .-Election day in

Sanford was of especial interest and This
Says This Government Would Suffer I Notice of Lost, Wanted, For Sale, For WayYour
much enthusiasm was exhibited on all Rent etc, for this column,25e for one day
Distrust and Chagrin by Not I sides. The campaign has been quite 60c for three days, or 11.00 for one week for
25 words or less. Money must accompany
Repealing the Clause exciting at times, and the splendid |I the advertisement fer this column, as no
vote cast Tuesday, showed that the insertions will be made on credit doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your

Washington, June 3.-The final answer voters were deeply interested in the FOR SALE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

I of administration forces to the outcome. In most instances, the race Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
was a close one, the victorious candi-
four old buds Foster
arguments marshalled against repealof year ; Early,
the Panama canal'tolls exemption dates winning only by a small mari i Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
gin. There were a few surprises, but ington Navel. Address.Mrs. M.KahK
F was made by Senator Simmons in the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
the whole the election returns
senate today, who has been a promi on
} nent figure in the tolls hearing before were about what the majority of the FOR SALE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut

the senate interoceanic canal committee. citizens expected.For Lot of mules cheap; good condition,

The North Carolina senator argued County Judge George G. Herring weiging eleven te twelve hundred

that the exemption of American ,received the majority of votes, you pounds want; account a bargain mill closed come down.and see.If we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

coastwise vessels would be a discrimination winning over L. G. Stringfellow. these mules at our mill on Florida high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
forbidden by the binding E. A. Douglas, clerk of the Circuit Midland, eight miles from Kissimmee. -
Address Ansley Lumber & Tie your doctor wrote it.Don't.
., treaty between the United States and Court, was re-elected. Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 531.6t

Great Britain, and unwise as a do- C. M. Hand, Sheriff, was reelected -
mestic policy. to fill another term.D. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
bargain; recently completely over
Under present conditions, he pointed L. Thrasher, Superintendent of hauled and made good as new in every ForgetThat
out, the Pacific coast trade of the Public Instruction, put up a good- Dan; Guaranteed first class con-
dition must be sold at at
United States, Canada and of South fight and won easily over his oppon- ; once, even
sacrifice. Come, or address, White
and Central America is upon a basisof ents, J. R. Wildman and C. L. Polk.R. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
absolute equality, so far as transit A. Newman was elected treas- 4-23-tf a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

across the continent is concerned. urer by a good majority. WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
i, L A. Brumley, L. P. Hagan, J. A. child be with
"Does any one believe, he asked, can kept me.
and a little thrill of terror shakes lest it be home. But fortunate
you your you are
Pleasant
"that our neighbors to the north and Clark, J. T. McLain and C. W. Entz- ; surroundings more important -

the south will view with complacency minger were the five County Com- I Sentinel.than salary. Address J. C.5-27-2w, care -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

; the discriminatory conditions of tolls missioners elected.T. these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
exemption for American coastwise K. Bates, present tax assessor, BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO
.i ships, following the opening of the will be succeeded by A. Vaughn, elect- PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.

canal Does any one doubt that this ed by an encouraging majority.S variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's
Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
r discrimination, not only against their C. Dickson, of Longwood andC. or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good
commerce, but against their vessels, F. Harrison, of Geneva were the time to set either. The Bear's Head

will arouse antagonism? Does any members elected for the School Farm, Pine Castle, Fla.

one doubt it will not only prejudicially I Board. 64d6twltWANTEDUnfurnished DeLaney & AbernethyNext

affect our present friendly relations C. 0. McLauglin was elected to : room in private -

with them, but will tend to defeat one serve on the State Committee, andG. house; light housekeeping;
town Address "S." 7 Gore
or near.
of the main objects we had in view in W. Spencer was elected memberof Orlando. 5-24
the Executive Committee.Miss avenue, Door lOc Store. Orlando Florida.
the construction of their canal, name- -- ,
FOR SALE-Model T runabout Ford
ly, to further cement our political relations -
car, in first class condition, fully
and to extend our trade and Myrtle Thornton is at home equipped and good casings all around.

;i commerce with the countries of this for the summer with her parents, Rev. For quick sale will take $350. 'C. B.
hemisphere? and Mrs. C. P. Thornton. She has Lindsay. P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. We insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
Phone 321. 5-31-1w money on real estate at 6 per cent
"In view of the consequences certain been studying pharmacy the past interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., AND DO ALL KINDS OF I
f Look through desk and
to result from these discrimina several months under her uncle, Dr. LOST-Fancy work bag, containing Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some your stationery of which see if I

tory rates, is it not apparent, even if W. Theo Waas of Fernandina, who is fancy work pair glases and other 3-25-d&wtf you are in need. If there is, phone!
z we were under no treaty guaranty of a former student of the old East articles. Return to Cooper & Atha'soffice us at 24 and we will call, get your
.114 South Orange Ave., and Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order
and do the work promptly and
equality that a sound and wise public Florida Seminary. She expects to
receive reward. fectant
6-2-ut Manti
Tonic. Office room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
policy, in the interest of peace and return to Fernandina in the fall to Empire building. 5-27-lm u1Up high grade work. It will receive our
WANTED-To horse
r amity and of commerce would dictate resume her studies. I buy wagon best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
and harness. Call on or address
that we should not for a small, and to with and W. H. Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
price description.
at F. F. Dutton's
say the least, doubtful, advantage deliberately resolution. This would make the vote Funk, Pine Castle, Fla. 623t. 519tf. Sanford, Fla. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
i
which will for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
pursue a course L H, RAMSDEU
inevitably lead to such disastrous con- 8to7. LOST-Alligator skin pocket book, 5 Pepper Crates.____ ______ 4.29m,
Senators Stone, O'Gorman, Smithof or 6 keys, cards, $18.00 in bills and Buy your garden seed from Dela- OPTOMETRIST j
sequences to our political and trade Pomerene Swanson and some small change in it. Reward.Ed. ney & Abernethy. Just received a made to order at I
Michigan, big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiiui) Rubber Stamps
relations with our neighbors and Smith of Arizona were the other sen- Beeman. 6-3-3t Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. I
friends this continent, to .
I upon say ators who voted negatively. Senators LOST-Sunday afternoon, between It will pay you to let us do some ORLANDO. FLORIDAPut
nothing about similar though less Hitchcock, Williams, Saulsbury, Robinson avenue and Orange avenue of your printing. We do it If you want your bicycle fixed inj
acute complications in our commercial -I a kit of Ford auto tools. Returnto right. money in thy purse by adver- a hurry take it to Warman Repair
Lodge, Root, McCumber, Sutherlandand Subscribe for the Sentinel. 12-5-tf. f
Jno. C. Jones. 6-3-3t
; and political relations with the tising in the Sentinel. Shop.
Burton voted yea. Several other
other nations of the world?" ---- -------- ---------
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E x. To stand by the tolls exemption meeting.members were not present at the FOR RENT tllil U IIIIIIIIIIII'' \\ HIM\ \-m\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\m\rn\\ \\\\\\\\ \ \ =\\\\\\\\\\ \ \\\\UIT'S

law, Senator Simmons declared, was Senator O'Gorman, who has led the
to1 become the leader among the nations fight against de- GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be ] U

of the world in a reactionary I clared the committee exemption report repeal would, not to had 407 in South private Orange family avenue.by applying 5-30-6t TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE

: movement to re-establish the old principle affect the contest now being wagedto -- -
FOR RENT-Two office in
of selfishness and isolation spaces
i of the bill
prevent passage repeal
our store at No. 9 W. Church street.



; which doctrine would mean stand that had not of reciprocal mean the been by United the supplanted war law equality.To but States, he it.by added would would the, several stream"ing The horses and resolution senators to the propose in charge that the was arbitration it middle vigorously meant was made"chang of now.the debated by- Come Electric TO 4-26-tf ern RENT-Some in houses.and Co.we Daetwyler will very show desirable,you.phone 3-29-tf Pierce mod-563. l FURNISHING R I 1 6 O QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l lE.A..E1



hereafter be confronted with a world It out that the Suth-
was pointed FOR RENT-Six room house, in first
wide public sentiment of chagrin, dis- erland resolution is not proposed as class condition. No. 210 N. Orange EST:

trust, disapproval and resentment an amendment to the pending repeal avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
Be Arbitrated
Question May bill, but that its passage would lead

Washington, June 3.-By a vote of directly to the opening of negotia- MISCELLANEOUSNANCY -- Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

8 to 6 the senate foreign relations tions for arbitration no matter what delight it is select from them and added
committee today adopted the Suther- ; a pleasure to an
becomes of that bill.
HALL and Porto Rico sweet
land resolution directing President I I potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

Wilson to open negotiations with Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant In every sense of the word.
Great Britain for special arbitration Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf .
fALLING HAIR ANDlTCtiG
of the Panama canal tolls dispute.The tlMMUHIIimillliiillltlMMMMMMIMIilimHIIIMMH'
First class Brazing a specialty at
resolution now goes to the sen- Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Plan enables
ate. SCALP 125tf. Payment you

1 Senator Borah, who was not pres- Who is your painter and decorator? : to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ) joining -
ent when the vote was taken, later I If you are satisfied keep the one you

.. notified Chairman Stone that he i Needless-Use Parisian Sage have; if not. .phone W. T. Entrican. 1 clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

wished to vote against reporting the Now that Parisian Sage can be No. 636.. 1.20-tf

had at any drug counter it is certainly Have the Sentinel follow you dur- \I I feature to you I
needless to have thin, brittle
Takes Off matted, stringy or faded hair. No ing the summer months. Address ttMMIIMilllMIMMIMtMMHM9HtllMtitlllllllMMIMIiM<
Freckles 1 1Kincaid
matter how unsightly the bar, how changed as often as desired. Sub-
Removes badly it is falling or how much dan- scribe now-$1.25 for three months.
Tan.
gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is

_ Beautify your complexion. Get needed. Freauent applications and Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
rid of those frecLles. You can well rubbed into the scalp will do won_ is the kind you want. Where to getit
invest sac in a jar of WILSON'S lers-it acts like magic. The hair ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. & SnowdenFurniture
FRECKLE CREAM .. rotts are nourished and stimulatedto Entrican. 1-20-tf

and they'll disappear. Severe grow new hair, itching scalp, dan-
druff and falling hair The Sentinel is the newsiest aid
cases may require two jars- ceaseyourhead
no more. We positively guarantee feels fine. Best of all, the hair best printed daily in Central Florida,
i this, and if your complexion becomes soft, fluffy abundant and Sentinel want advertising serves
of Characterat
isn't radiant with life and beauty.
fully restored to
the seeker and the offerer equally.Don't .
You will be
itt natural beauty, we agree to refund your surprised and delighted -
none without "fttawnt. And in addition with Parisian Sage. Try at least
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine fragrant one fifty-cent bottle from wait for every one in town to
and toilet does cream.positively Doesn't remove cause hair TAN to grow and, Pharmacy. He will refund McElroy's the pur- have Entrican, the painter, before Popular Prices.........
try. Am too busy to look
FRECKLES. Try it at onr risk. Price SOc- chase price if you are not satisfied. you you
amt J by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00. I up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
I WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP ZSc:. Wilson job. 1-20-tf(
For Freckle sale Cream bjFor Co., Charleston, S. c., maker Call and see expert cook with Ideal il Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Floridatj""I""I'
Fireless Cookers at McCulloch's department Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- I
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:; store every day this week ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
Sale
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Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, casten and in value for the money.
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Editor My attention Sentinel:having been called to N GROVETen i MARKET

a new scale on some grape fruit trees, | ,
I wrote the Department at Washington h

and, as the matter is of public I i nlgldI Of Cleanliness Of Quality
interest, I hand you the reply, which I ,w ei ? ml t ; acres on beautiful lake I

displays close scientific research. The ,4 1 two and one half miles from the : FRESH AND SALT MEATS
scale is quite limited in extent so far I /

and the remedies suggested will, in court house in the fastest grow. : 4 FISH AND GAME

all probability, control its spread. Mr. ing section of Orange County, I
Grossenbacher, an able export from -= : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Seven hundred and I
the Department of Agriculture, now orange grape
: screened from the flies and kept fresh
Everything ,
located in Orange County, is also giving fruit trees. Five hundred in I away

the matter. his attention. Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a : and pure.
Yours truly, ,, I
J. H. JONES. FROM JACKSONVILLE big paying proposition. Owner : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Washington, D. C. May 27, 14. St.Lnis $37.73 Clkai .. $43.50 (CiacnMti $33.00 is getting old and must sell. :. everything in the Meat Line.
Mr. J. H. Jones, i Dtirer 51." 51. Peel 56.75 LniiTill 31.50 .
61.51 KioiTilltEnatvifle 21.40 Present trees indicate
C l.r "Spriap SS.M Diloik crop ,on
Jones & Jones 76.75 32.25
Salt Lake OJ 71.60 WiniipefToronle -
Orlando, Fla.: I YcOowstoai P.rtluJ .. 106.00. 7S.II ftUotrulPetwley)-. .. .. 4S.SO 55.45 frelC lodiiupolu Lick .. 36.30 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
Seattle 106.00 51.58 Toledo . 41.10
Dear Sir: I LMAaples 89.50 Ibckiiae 53.00 DetroB 4340 $6,500. Cash $1,000. Balance on ..
Your letter of May 20, addressedto StiFnKuc* 8J.50 Buffalo 47.40 dmrftnquaMammotk 47.40
Glacier Park 82.75 Rioters FaSs 47.40 Car 30.90 terms.
the Bureau of Entomology of this : : H. M. Self & Co.
Low rates to other point in Colorado,California Canada Minnesota
department, has been referred to ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountain. Proportionally I

this office, with the samples of grapefruit '' '' low rate Ticket from on oJ.ale.er point daily*,in until the September State. 30. Return limit Oct. 31. Cooper $ Atha! : PINE STREET
affected with disease. Both the
i VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT
leaves and th fruit were found to II. i LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. : Phone No. 80IVI.
p
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor .
be affected with a disease known. as +I i Going through St Louis returning through Chicago, I
or vice versa. Liberal stopovers on all tickets. I
scab, or Verrucosis, a fungus disease Phone No. 311 4 "I""I""I'III'IIII'I'II"'II'I"'le'I" '
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three I
produced by a microscopic fun- ii through train. daily; choice of three different
gus, known to botanists as Clardos-1 ''I'' routes. --- -

porium citri. .. I Three daily train to the southwest through New tllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.,111111111111,11 ,11111,1,1" .
./ % .z-J Orleans. Unexcelled dining ear service. Fast time.
This fungus is prevented by spray- r j I Rock ballast. No diaL No dirt. For handsome illustrated
ing with copper compounds: Both .I ing car booklets reservation of summer and other tourist information resorts,rates address sleep.,
the bordeaux mixture and the l I
am-
moniacal copper carbonate have been I ''h '; IMir 1 H. C. BRETNEY,
I ( Florida Piucnf Arent,
used for this purpose. Either of I C I I'h I' !I III 1M West BIT Stmt.JACKSONVILLE. W. SLElVIONS
I
II
I
these preparations sprayed on the I I 6 .fU.I .
trees thoroughly in November and

again early in March are successfulin '

been preventing more or the less trouble.difficulty There in using has I ta I Fare$00! New Goods Arriving Daily

the bordeaux mixture on the lemon. GAILY BETWEEN

For that reason at on time it was .,,. BUffALO Si .
thought that copper carbonate was
'
EVE1.AND
the better preparation to use. As "

you doubtless know, there is some objection I
t
to using bordeaux mixture I 4

on account of the fact that it favors We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

certain scale insects by curing themof
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
their fungus diseases. At any THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

rate, the scab itself can be preventedby Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet 6 inches;510 staterooms and parlor McoiBmodating< 1300 pamm.prrs Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
these copper compounds, but we Greater in coat-larger in all proportion*-richer in all aripnintmrnli- any ctcamer oa
not prepared to give inland waters of tlw world, la setup Juna Uth.Magnificent Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
are you an un- Steamer"SFZ WDBEE,""Cty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"

qualified recommendation of their Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND iar lit to Dec.ina &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Lave BeLle ':00 P.M. Leave CWlaad ':00 P.M.
use.We AmTeOmeland 7JOA.M. Arrive Buffalo 740A.M.
regret that we have no satisfac- (Faster Standard Tune)
tory publication to present on the cit- Cono etioiu tCe eland for Pat.I-Ba..Toledo.Decroi1..d aD pointTe aodSomliw< t.Railroad
ticket reading between BtJU ud OereUod are goad for tnnaporutioaoa oar teamen.
rus diseases. We are sending you Ask your ticLet agent foe tick**via Co&B.Line. Write n*for himitonn illustrated booklet free.
under spearate cover a copy of Far THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland. 0. W. M. SLEMONS
mers' Bulletin 243, which will tell you

how to mix and apply these sprays.

Our citrus pathologist, Mr. J. G. ORANGE AVENUE

Grossenbacher, who is located for
To the West and NorthwestVIA
the season at Plymouth, Fla, has in "1.11111111,1.1 IIMMMtMllllllllllHIMiMMMHOur "

preparation a' Farmer's Bulletin on

citrus diseases, a copy of which we -- NHHMNNM



when shall take ready pleasure for M.Very distribution.B.truly.WAITE in In sending yours, you DIXIE SOUTH LIMITED ATLANTIC, DIXIE LIMITED FLYER AND o " ''s!!n!I jij!;I I;,!CO1MNofiHiN; ;iI!" ',,," ',," ,:,'


Pathologist Charge :


MRS. EATOX MARRIES Dined. Dixie flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LOOTED II

HER FIRST HUSBAND T Orlando. A. C. L..lZ:31am 3:13pm I T Orlando ........................ 3:13pn of Gas
Line Ranges
r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville! ..... ................ 'l:30PD New
I i .. ...........
I T Jacksonville A. C. L. 9:35am 8:25 pm T Jacksonville A. C. L. 8:15pm
Waycross A. C. L......11:50 am 10:23 pm T Waycross A. C. L. .............10 20pm
Washington, June 4.-Mrs. JennieM. r Macon. G. S. &: F....... &:13 pm 4:1Ii am r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. I:46 am Will be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
Eaton widow of Rear ...... Atlanta. C. of Gas ..............
of Boston, r Atlanta. C. of Ga. 8:03pm 4:25 am r 7t2 am rid of the now on our floor, and will sell
I I r Knoxville, L. & N. ............,12:19pm consequently we must get ranges
Admiral Joseph G. Eaton, and her r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55 am r Corbin L. &: N. ................ 3:16pm them at the following reductions during June:
first husband, D. Henry Aainsworth, I 1 I r Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. ft N. .............. 9:00pm
............ Old Price Will Sell For
va. L.
.Indianapolis
Ar St. Louis, LC.ftL.ftN. %:50 '7:20 r 1:50 am
of Morristown Ariz. married pm am
were Ar Lexington L. ft: N. ............ 6:50 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$10.00 $30.00
here today. Ar Hopkinsville. L. ft: N........... I:%1 pm Ar Cincinanti L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00
The company Attracted so little Ar Evansville, L ft: N..... 923am 925pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft: L .........,12:20 pm
Ar Terre Haute C. ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 amAr r Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... %:45 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
attention that nothing was known of Chicago C. A; E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . 20.00 17.50 '
the incident in Washington until af-

ter the couple had gone on their sec I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July

ond honeymoon.Mrs. oom Solid sleeping train: can composed, observation of section compartment drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
Eaton was acquitted in.Boston I are and dining car. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach-
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
last October of the
charge of poisoning -
ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
her second husband. The Admiral DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
died at his home in Norwell, Mass., Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between if Orlando Water & Light Company
on March 7, 1913, under circumstances footed artment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and eleetlk First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
that excited suspicion and result- lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and CincinnatiFOR \ Department
ing in the arrest and imprisonmentof

the widow. TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON J., .' ., MMM.lITI "II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII O
Mr. Ainsworth was divorced from W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. li414 \I.lljJA\ mini nti mm r 1111'111'1'11""I"IIIII.t.

his wife eight years ago in Illinois. Atlantic Coast Line; Orlando
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. fr on 'Attention llnil CollrteSj Antilla Will\ Carry the Latest ) r ;

for Determining Location of I
do Details J; MIl P' I 'N
k Enemy's Forces

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New York, June 4.-With two
3r aerial war scouts, each capable
.
traveling eighty miles an hour \\ :
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO a passenger in her hold, .. \\l ) r\ t y ..
with 3,000,000 rounds of rifle : j l E ) .L/LLi{ :( 1all r.mOCtB( ; : : :
.j ridge, destined, like the :
7 for the constitutionalist armies, : < .
CHOOSING INVESTMENTSIs Ward liner Antilla sailed Tuesday 4i'6' Mis(( \\/c/f
ternoon from this port for i, ( not a light undertaking for even men of :'
The government made no move
wide knowledge and business experience.The stop the ship. "Since I began turning a regular amount over to my
careful investor never for a moment The news of the shipment of
wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry
munition leaked out Monday
permits the interest rate to influence his judg Bridgeport, where the Union : over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

ment as to the safety of the principle.To Cartridge company, which sold it has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great

the inexperienced investor, the ONE Carranza, has its factory, but it \\ business head."
not known until yesterday that
SAFE COURSE is to put his or her money in aeroplanes were going too. Then A Ti-iiiiy-(: '
: woM: t\'l'I
this bank, taking one of our Certificates of Deposit World reporter, going to pier No. :

earning 4 per cent interest. Brooklyn, where the Antilla was can do wonders toward helping her husband get ahead
ing, spied the big packing cases, :
This avoids every element of chance, gives later in the day Alfred J. if she is given a chance to run her home on a business

a safe, sure interest return with the principlesecure their builder, admitted the facts. :: :. basis.
With the aeroplanes and Come in and start account for :;. .
and available time. an jour wife here;
any tion went William A. Staats, .
a ;
we will give her the benefit of other women's :
exper
ed Carranza agent in New York, ;
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personally conducted the .':. lences. .4. JL, .;:;
0 ;
for the purchase of the :':.'... ._.: -k:: Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you." \..':,. ....' /
and had them consigned to himself

Tampico.The negotiations. for the .. : ti; ; [t \

according to Mr. Moisant, have '
I going on for several months. ..
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r were .. . . -

;S We Will Put the Reins I after were lifting all the the but order first ready embargo of for Presidept delivery, and the D'I 1 I .tMj'_ _, j .. 0". .

I the embargo was reimposed. .
Success in Your : Mr. Moisant said that there

a \ : been no serious attempt at ... .. .' .' ... ., .. .
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Hands : -shipment of the machines. ; .. ::..:-:.. :: .""' ..:.: ':.::. ". .; ::. : ',':.'.:.:: :. .
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I were sent directly to the
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perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : Charles F. Niles, the Moisant

call He will The ammunition came from .111111118111111111111111111111111.1111111111111111111IIII IIIIIIIItt
on you. give you a
: port Monday night on the
formula that will make and mature steamer Naugatuck, was
r by lighters to the Antilla early ill
your fruit day morning, and loaded into H GRAND THEATER

forehold, where it could be ;
broken out in case Uncle Sam
bf to let it go. When Capt.

went to the custom house, COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN \ \

T nt rn r Ferflhi1 r he without was a given single his embarrassing clearance ** tllillllllllit 1.11111111111111111111111111111111


ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA1III1111111111tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllili tion.As Tampico is in the hands of
constitutionalists, Capt. Cornehl Fort'Y TODAY"The

i. not go to the Mexican consulate
-.- No. 17 Battery place, but to the
ill Iii III" stitutionalis consulate, No. 11 Price of Vanity "
11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III III' 11111 ,
way. The regular or federal

1 COW PEAS for late either has long Vera given Cruz up or clearing Tampico, t An exceptional Vitagraph feature, in two parts. Featuring

1i Senor Urquidi's office made no | Naomi's children, Arthur H. Ashley and William Humphrey. I ;

bills.culty about issuing the ;; ; : Vain desire leads a young wife into extravagance. She pays | :

| dearly for it. It's a wonder.


3 We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- ; CARRYING C CORPSE [flGHTY "The Cop On the Beat," a really funny comedy.

; ; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- j
IN AN OX X CART
ing quantity desired. Price sure right. "The Hope Raiders," a Kalem drama and a good one

full line of crate material of
We carry constantly a ; Pioneering Experience of Good

all kinds. Who Were Visited by Death { CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
Near Indian Mission
w Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers ;

i ; etc. Phones 181191. The Fort Myers Press relates ALL NEXT WEEK-"THE HOWZE SISTERS." The nifty en- ;
tertainers. Born in Ragtime Land.
following incident, which will
7I F. F. Dutton ably find its way into many Tuesday-"THE TRIUMPH OF AN EMPEROR."
i books as a reminder in future )"
of the conditions that Friday-"THE MASTER MIND."
SANFORD, FLORIDA many of the people of Florida at
1 5-15-tf. time, when we think that we are IHtlllt 11111 III II III MOtttMIIIHM III ! lilltlMIMMUMIIiitt,
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ing great progress: : >BMHIIMMMIIIIIMM 111.11111111111111
**111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1 After a weary journey of 80
over rough roads and taken
ilillllllllllHIIIIiHIIIIIIMMIMMMMMIMtttiMIt. snail's pace because of the They traveled all day Mon- ClfARWATR[ [ MAN ARRESTED FOR to drunk the for fact some that time.N. he.had been on a
burden they were bearing, part of Monday night and well
Hilliard and his young daughter, Tuesday morning, for they had to I! ST. PETERSBURG CRIME S. Lesley, at whose house Boone
i lived, was charged with the murder
nie, arrived yesterday from the
ATTENTION I I
Cross Mission, bearing with them a pace that was slow even for after Kennedy was released, but when
team in order to keep from disj the testimony in before the
was given
body of the wife and mother, : Officers ASsert That They Have EyeWitness
Mary Poole Hilliard, who the white covered form that coroner's jury Leslie was absolutely
to the Murder of
Stock Reducing Sale away at the mission early ) so quietly behind them. They exonerated. Then officers inclined to
W. M. Boone the suicide theory, since a knife which
Funeral
morning. services were by the wayside for a few
Boone was wont to carry was miss
yesterday afternoon from the and Mr. Hilliard
night,
Mrs. Monday St. Petersburg Fla., June 4-Jud- ing. They started to rake the bottomof
I Continued 30 Days a daughter, Frank Brown lonely watch while his little ,
Reservoir lake to see if it were
lives on the Immokalee road slept under the Florida son Kennedy s locked up at the coun-
the city, and burial was in Fort by his side. Throughout the ty jail at Clearwater today, charged there.
When the new evidence came to
IISSESIAffiLOT&DUM\ cemetery. and trying time the little girl with the murder of W. M. Boone on
i Conditions truly pioneer Sheriff Whitehurst's hands, he imme-
up bravely, and the trip was
12. Officers claim
have
to
May
ed the passing of Mrs. Hilliard. incident. an diately went over the case and the
without eye witness to the killing of the old and behavior of
Mr. Hilliard is a teamster for Dr. movements Kennedy
I Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's J. Godden, who is in charge of Hilliard was about 50 years man. They assert that the case is a before. After all the ends had been
She was a sister of Eli and Da perfect with links ,
Indian mission, the family has one no missing connected, he swore out a warrant
Poole, of Fort Myers and besides and that when
Patterns11111"I"Jr'III"II'I'II'I'lil'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' there for some time. Mrs. the preliminary hear- himself charging Kennedy with the
arose shortly after five o'clock ) husband and daughter, Minnie, ing is given Kennedy, his guilt will murder, and proceeded to make the
leaves two other daughters, Mrs. be established.
day morning and began to arrest.
and Mrs. Joseph Sellers.
breakfast. A few minutes later Sheriff Whitehurst arrested Kenne-
was fatally stricken with heart dy last night at his mother's home. DENTISTS, MEETING IS BEING
Savannah, Ga., June 4.-The Great Columbia, S. C., June 4.-By un ure and passed away almost Theo Hannon, who has been Kennedy once before was in custody, HELD IN ATLANTA
Eastern Lumber Company of whichG. animous vote of the three membersthe As the mission borders the the past two or three weeks on charged with this crime, and was required Jacksonville, Fla., June .-An important -
K. Wentworth, of Chicago, is Railroad Commission of South glades the services of neither a to her brother and sister-in- to give an account of his meeting of the Southern
president, capitalized at $1,000,000, 1 Carolina today directed the Pullman sician nor undertaker were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hannon, left whereabouts before a coroner's jury branch of the National Dental association -
with a large plant six miles from this' Company and railroads operating so Mr. Hilliard hitched his ox for her home in Opehka, which was impaneled after the bodyof is being held in Atlanta, lx>.-
city on the Savannah River today sleeping cars in South Georgia, to a covered wagon,.and tenderly Accompanying her was Boone was found in Reservoir lake. ginning today and to continue through
went into the hands of receivers on show cause before it June 11, why ing the body of Mrs. Hilliard in Hannon, who will go from Opel- His actions had been strange, and remarks Saturday, and it is the consensus of
application of the Union Trust Com- seperate sleeping cars shall not be back, he and his little I to Virginia in July to remain the credited to him suspicious, but opinion that this will be one of tte
a pany, of Detroit, holders of bonds to- provided for white and negro pas- mounted the front seat and set I e of the summer with her moth- no direct evidence of his guilt was most rousing conventions ever hc'1
tailing $982,000. sengers. on their long and sad journey to found and his behavior was credited by this organization.t .




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