The morning sentinel
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00060
 Material Information
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 10, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00060
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

Full Text



.. .

: F .



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


-- .
--- --








Georgia Boy Taken Before Court in NIGHT BEEN MADE Many Deaths and Prostrations With

F RIDELEGATES[ [ BACK WilSON I, Jacksonville Where Pitiful Suicides and Attempted Sui- A RANlA'S RIGHTS ARE f RECOGNIiED


The Florida Metropolis of yesterday Chicago, June 9.-(Special.)-
BERS OF BALTIMORE CONVENTION contained the following story ofa AND NO GUILTY MAN WILL BE OF ALL PLUMBERS WHO WILL Springfield, Ill., is the hottest placein

boy who came to Orlando seeking the United States today. The CAUSES HIM TO BECOME A

work and was later arrested for beat- maximum temperature was 100. It FACTOR WHO MUST BE RECKONED -
ing his way on a train: was 96 at Parkersburg, W. Va., WITH
_ A little story in the Florida Metropolis Shreveport, Cairo, Vicksburg, Little
Washington, June 9.-(Special.)-
I yesterday will probably savea Rock and Nashville.
The ordering of a night session tonight Niagara Falls, June 9.Special.At ( .)
sick boy from a sentence in the I I The hot wave continued throughoutthe
indicated the approaching end I a prolonged session with the
the bill the camps. The boy, who is only 16 years A movement was started at a meet- With the tentative acceptance of entire middle Western and Southern I mediators
of the debate on repeal today the Americans again
toll exemption clause of the Panama old, needed $6 to take him to his homein ing held in the Methodist church last the sewer system the mains in the states. Deaths, prostrations, suicides urged the cause of Carranza. They

canal actConvinced Columbus, Ga., which was the alternative night to get every man in Orlando to business district will be opened next and attempted suicides followed informed the plenipotentiaries thatCarranza's

to the sentence. Within attend Sunday school during the week for connections. The systemhas its wake. From Alpena, Michigan, on
that President Wilson reply was on the andit
will insist upon the passage of his three hours after the story appeared, month of July.It not been subjected to final inspection the north, to Chicago, and thence to made concessions which way would

the necessary money was placed in by the city engineer and will the Mississippi river and south to
complete program of trust legislation is a layman's movement and make possible the admission of the
senators on both sides agreed that the hands of Probation Officer J. C. originated with Mr. Paul McKinney, not be until the contractors finish the gulf, the temperature continuedto rebel envoys.

the vote on the tolls question should Lanier. a member of the Baptist Sunday clearing the main on North Orange break records. The wave enteredthe The
Americans said to have
Curtis arrested here for east in and West are
Pope was Pennsylvania
The school. Mr. McKinney called lastnight's avenue and complete certain detailsof
come as speedily as possible.
'I beating his from Orlando, where Virginia. Little relief is promisedfor emphasized the point that Carranza'sproclamation
final adjournment of the session is way meeting and presided. He the work which will require prob-
of himself
he had in fruitless search for tomorrow. as provisional -
now fixed .at September 1, or later, I work. The gone authorities a consulted was elected general chairman, and ably a month longer. president of Mexico has greatly

for at least three months will be required I I were )Ir. Douglass R. Ellerbe was made Since tentative acceptance does not strengthened his Carranzawas
Mr. Lanier and position.
by practically
in the judgment of the sena- secretary. Other committees appointed bind the city as to the entire system
: agreed that owing to the boy's age FEDERATION Of WOMEN[ TO T fmHIV T now a power that had to be reckoned
tors for the consideration of this un- I follow: and there appeared to be no good with.
and the fact that he was in delicate
usual trust program. Program committee A. Newell, reason to further delay the work of
I health, they would quash the charges OVER V[ SUFFRAGE[ In their desire for the pacificationof
Senator Simmons was disappointed superintendent of the Baptist Sunday connecting the business district with
I if a way could be found to send him :Mexico the mediators said they
tonight at not being able to have a school; W. R. O'Neal, superintendentof the mains it was determined to allow
back home. would allow the United States to as-
vote on any of the pending tolls the Presbyterian Sunday school, the work to proceed to that extent.
The matter was then taken up with Delegates to Biennial Are Agitatingthe sume the entire responsibility of
amendments. The time was taken up and C. E. Howard, superintendent of At yesterday's meeting of city
his father, John Pope, of Columbus' Question Over Which Great bringing the revolutionist leader to
by James, Democrat, and McCumber, the Methodist Sunday school. council the question of placing each
who wrote that he was too to terms.
Republican, in support of the president's poor Publicity committee-N. P. Yow- plumber under bond of $5,000 to pro- Battle Will Be Waged
offer help. The letter stated that The mediators discussed
any with the
final tect the
policy of repeal. The city against possible loss
ell chairman Paul McKinney, J. W.
I he was earning but a pittance as a ; Americans both the American and
vote will be taken certainly this week, Simmons. through careless and inferior work Chicago, June 9.-With the arrivalof
weaver in a cotton mill, and had a the Mexican plans for the reorganization -
and possibly by Friday. was discussed at some length. The every train load of delegates to the
sick wife and a family of four little House committee James Burden, of Mexican affairs. A tentative
t Delegates Write Letters proposition, to place the bond at such twelfth biennial conference of the
girls to support. chairman; Ed. Allen, N. M. Sloan. reached
agreement was on these
Washington ,June .9.-That sentiment a Jjcure,came from Cityj Engineer G. General Federation of Women'sClubs
The botsstory appeared in the The soliciting committee will b points
e :
in the state of Florida is over- R. Ramsey. He I claimed that the the question of the endorse-
edition At 3 o'clock
in favor of the of noon yesterday. chosen later and will be announcedin be First, that if Huerta to the
whelmingly repeal money to spent by the city for inspection ment of women suffrage by the fed- agrees
the which had been raised in i
money the several churches The '
the free tolls subsidy is not doubtedby I I Sunday. during the period required eration apparently assumes greater establishment of a stable governmentthe

the administration. That belief is small subscriptions from those who plan of the work will be outlined and for the connection of private lines prominence. It was the leading topicof United States will not insist upon
had read the story was brought to
after a thorough canvass is made a
strengthened by the receipt of letters with the mains and the care exercisedin informal discussions today as lead a war indemnity.
the Florida Metropolis office. It was will be held the latter
from the Floridians who were dele- grand rally this work meant the possible saving ers of club women continued to Second, that the proposed provis-
immediately turned over to Mr. La of the month when from
gates to the Baltimore national con- part reports of much work, worry and expensein into this city. ional government will assume all

vention.W. nier.The committees will be received. the future. Mr. Ramsey said that Some excitement was caused in the debts and obligations incurred by the
amount is not large, but doubtless -
Hunt Harris, attorney at law of Last night's meeting was well at in the event the connections were not suffrage wing late last night by a Huerta regime with other natoins.
l home sick hard
a boy, a working
Key West, Fla., and a delegate' to the father and a sick mother and four tended and considerable enthusiasm properly made the mains were likely rumor that the official board of the Third, that the provisional govern-

Baltimore convention, writes: was exhibited. The plan, while new to become clogged by running sand had
little girls will all be made hap federation endorsed a suffrage ment shall guarantee personal safety
"I am in favor of the repeal of the itFive very in Orlando, has been successfully op and in such event the expense to the resolution at an executive session. and the property rights of the Huerta
free tolls act. Had this matter been py more offers to supply the erated in other cities, and those who city would be considerable, to say The rumor was promptly denied. officials and supporters and grant a

brought to the attention of he Balti- received are interested are certain that there nothing of the trouble and work thus More than 4,000 women had arrived general amnesty.

more Democraic convention, it is my I money were yesterday by will be little trouble in securing a occasioned. He didn't think that a
Mr. Lanier by telephone, but the early today, according to federation Fourth, that all details of the land
opinion that this policy would not have I largely increased attendance at the bond of $5,000 was too much. transportation and
amount secured was already suffi headquarters, reform question shall be left to the
been incorporated in our platform. I Sunday schools in this city. Councilmen Johnson and Robertsonwere 6,000 were expected before nightfall.
cient. new government solution.
am satisfied that not 5 per cent. of' inclined to disagree with the The formal business of the conferencewill
the realized what the. Fifth, that the five officials who
delegates just city engineer. They took the ground begin tomorrow.

platform contained, as they were fully I CHICAGO LIVENS CENTER UP AS CAMPAIGN AUTOMATIC ALARMS fOR CII that if the inspection was what it I The equal suffrage element of the are to shall head be the provisional government -

satisfied to leave the matter to the I should be that it would be impossiblefor federation today claimed in men whose records commit -
Chicago, June 9.-Progressive, Re RAilROAD CROSSINGS S lIKlY[ victory a them to the execution of these
of Mr. Bryan who bad
judgment was on connections to be made; that preliminary skirmish. In the secret
publican and Democratic national reforms.
that committee." all plumbers were required to standan meeting of the general council of the
headquarters will' be located in this Sixth, that Vera Cruz be evacuatedby
Frank L editor of the Pen-
Hayes, examination before license was issued federation, a majority of those
city within a few weeks to direct the Recent Accident at Gore Avenue Calls pros Americans as soon as permanent
Journal of Fla. anda
were supposed to be compe ent expressed themselves, it is said, in
campaign for control of the next con government is established.
delegate to the Baltimore conven- Forth Action by the favor of allpwing woman's suffrage
The Progressives expect to tent.To
tion, writes: City Council this Mr. Ramsey replied that organizations to have representationin
into action first. Oscar Davis
get King
"I have never favored the free tolls there was a difference between licensed the convention on an equality with
national secretary, will arrive CONTRACT T IS lIT BY WATER
policy, but, on the contrary, have always plumber and the man who non-politcal clubs.
The accident the afternoon of June5th
within a few days, it was announced
believed that the ships using today, and will open headquarterswhere at Gore avenue when an automobile might be sent to make sewer connec Every train today brought delegations COMPANY f FOR R II
the canal should be made to pay,
was demolished by a moving tions; he wanted to make the termsso and headquarters was busy with
he will be joined soon after by
without discrimination, wherever tolls rigid that it would be hazardousfor the innumerable details.' A bit of
train and the occupants, two
Joseph M. Dixon, national chairman, young
be for the maintenanceof
may necessary and the offices will remain open until 1 men, escaped death only by agility in any plumber to engage any but gossip was that real practical politi Hamilton Johnson Will Construct the

that public work. leaping from the car, afforded basis thoroughly competent and reliablehelp. cians, with an eye on the woman
November. Filter to Be Built at
"I believe that the Democrats of
for action by the council vote, were working way below the
Congresman Frank E. Doremus, of city yesterday I Lake
Florida are overwhelmingly with Plumbing McIntosh surface to keep the Highland
Michigan, chairman, and Thomas J. afternoon in asking the superintendents was question
President Wilson the tolls
on repeal present and offered suggestions, and from arising in the convention.
Pence of the Dem of the Seaboard and CoastLine
matter, and I hope the senate, which manager Mr. J. A. Hourihan, a plumber, heard The water company has let the con-
railroads to in Orlandofor
ocratic national committee, will ha"echarge appear
is composed of a majority of Demo tract for the construction of
of. the Democratic headquarters. a conference with the council i in the discussion and asked a numberof SONG BIRD GETS RELEASEd a mason-

crats, will sustain the president and regard to providing protection for the questions in regard to the propose Chicago June 9.-(Special.)-Madame ry intake at Lake Highland to Hamilton -
the well known policies of the Democratic Johnson. Such the
city crossings. connections. The matter was referred Schumann-Heink, the was an-

party by passing the repeal to Commissioner Robertsonand world famous singer, today was nouncement made at the city council
bill"J. was ,developed in the discussion
City Engineer Ramsey for reportat granted absolute divorce from her meeting yesterday afternoon. City
I PLACED AT EVERY HOME that if the car in question had been
C. collector of the
F. Griggs, Friday's session. husband, William Rapp, Jr., by Judge i Engineer Ramsey was instructed to
port of Jacksonville, Fla., and a delegate Sanitary Commissioner Clark Robertson occupied by elderly or infirm ,people Sullivan. have supervision of the constructionfor
notice to council they would have hardly been able to
V to the Baltimore convention gave yesterday JOHN LIND CALLED HOME ON the city.

from Apalachicola, Fla., writes: that he would introduce an ordinance save their lives; only because the men BUSINESS BASEBALL RESULTS The contract between the city and

"As one of the delegates to the Bal requiring every householder to in the car happened to be young and National League the company called for the construc-

timore convention which adopted the furnish a covered garbage can, or receptacle active did they escape. Washington, June 9.-(Special.)- New York 2, St. Louis 5. tion of this intake a year ago, or

platform favoring vessels engaged i in at his home. This is a part An electric alarm system was suggested thereabouts but the
John Lind, who acted as President Brooklyn 2, ,Chicago 1. company appliedto
our coastwise trade to pass throughthe of the campaign against the fly that as desirable for the city cross Wilson's special representatives to Boston 3, Cincinnati 2. council for a postponement and

Panama canal free of toll, I begto I the commissioner is waging, and his ings. The approach of trains Mexico, and who since his return to Philadelphia 3, Pittsburg 1. this was granted by the aldermanic

that President Wilson's efforts will undoubtedly meet withgeneral bells ringing at the and if
say mes crossings this country, has been special representative American League council, and the company was given
sage to congress asking for the repeal approval and co-operation. anyone attempts to cross at such a of the state department Chicago 7, New York 4. until April 1 to comply with this

of this section of the Panama I time it is done at his own peril. dealing with the constitutionalists' I I Cleveland 7, Boston 9. agreement. Another deferment was

government act meets my views so !of allowing American coastwise vessels Several blind crossings in Orlando agents at Washington, left here t oDetroit 3, Philadelphia 7. asked of the present council and this

thoroughly that it gives me muchpleasure i! to pass free of tolls through the were alluded to and the opinion was night for his home in Minnesota. The St. Louis 4, Washington 3. also was granted. The fact that the

to so express myself to you j Panama canal, I stand with President i- general about the councilmanic board pressure.. of personal business was I I Southern League contract had been let was received as

qt I certainly hope the senate will pass f Wilson on that question, but not that urgent action was needed to protect given as the reason for Lind's de Memphis 4, Chattanooga 3. good news at the meeting yesterday.

this bill without delay. The American for the chief reason advanced by him. the crossings. No date for the parture. New Orleans 5, Mobile 0. Plans for the construction of the

people, in my opinion: are with '!'l am convinced that the free tolls conference with the railroad men was Montgomery 3, Birmingham 2. intake were filed with council last

the president, because of right. provision is not in violation of the named, but it will probably not belong The Elks in Fort flyers have just Nashville 8, Atlanta 7. year. City Engineer Ramsey will

A. P. Jordan, inspector, state de I' lIa)-Pauncefote treaty, but I have always before such a meeting is held. purchased one of the prettiest lots in i South Atlantic League take the matter in charge in the city's

partment of agriculture, of PuntaGorda been opposed, and am still opposed f that city. It is the intention of that e Savannah 9, Columbia 2. behalf. Besides being officially interested

Fla., and a delegate to the I to the policy of granting special A sale on Carter's black ink ledge to erect a fine club house that Augusta 6, Columbus 1. he is personally concerned to

Baltimore convention, writes: I privileges to those engaged in one-half price to close out. A bar will approximate in cost $35,000 or I Jacksonville 8-1, Charleston 1-t. see that the necessary requirementsare

1 1. "As to my attitude J on the question any line of business." gain. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. $40,000. t I Macon 7, Albany 3. complied with.



... .. ..}4 ... ,q1. ..-.. ._ .e -
1 -
{ 1 1P 1a 1i 1t

"MHMMIHMIIIIIIIMMIIMtlllMIIMIIillllilH " :: ItlllilllilMIMMH MIIMMMtMMIIIIimietlllllillllllMIMItMMIHIMIMiltlMMttMHiliMm''ilMMIMMI MMM ::::: :::::::::::::::::::1:
tlMMMtmilllimiMMM iMIHIililHilltiMMimHiMIMHIIMMMIMIIMIitMIMHttiltlMIMIMnMttM MiMMMOn 11111 11111 11111 Ii


i Y?L i J i 4 JN Yowell Duckworth


}{F V rlan o's [aid Store Company Quality m I If It"

} -<


f and Thursday



... t
: : A Value Giving Event That You Should Not Miss !

India Linen, a fine sheer quality, 32 in. Q Ratine,a beautiful quality,40 inches wide, V
wide, 12 l-2c. quality oC plain white, 50c. quality LJ C

i Serge, in cream, looks, like wool, just the | P Lima Lawn, this fabric is well adapted
thing for a good wash skirt, 25c. quality I|Ju for cool dresses during these hot months,
while the crisp and lustrous finish closely
F the linen 35c. W-
resembles more costly ,
Ratine,in plain white only, 30 inches wide, LLv
I quality -
35c. quality for J C

; Splash Crepe, just what they are all wantAnother lot of those beautiful white Flax-

ing, the seasons latest style, in white IP onsf in plain, checks, dots and stripes, I
r only, 25c. quality | J c sells always at 35c. Special c
s .

Note The Special Offer From The Gents' Furnishings Department

: Special Inducement! Order Your f NOWn '


s v

L frREIi i

A Pair of Trousers or Fancy Vest

Fora short time only,we are offering with every Suit,Coat and Trousers or Overcoat purchased
FREE.! Clothes made to your measure by

Every garment is backed by the rigid guarantee of the makers. Take advantage of this NOW
500 Patterns to Select From.
v Let Us Take Your Measure.NOW


The Yowell-Duckworth Co.

Orlando's Largest, Store. "Quality Did It"MllltMIMimillimimmilMMMIMmillllllMMMMMMMMMMIMIMIIIM


ill 11MMMiiMIMIIIHMMII.*-A .A* AAAAAAAAAA a ** *m AAA AAaMaBBmBBaaBBB :::: : : : : : HIIMIIMMill ,
mi wwwww WWW WV WWWWTWWWVWWW W WwwT w W W TY w w W w w ww w WY WT ww VY w w i ww w w www w f w w w w w TWVVVWWVVVVVVVTV V W V r fttMIIIMiilllillllllllillilllljIilimillllMIIIMIItlMMHIIIIII


,.R. ._ -. s ... .. _- -- .. ..




I HOW TO TURN A HAT INTO 'I yeui.awftfrftd
Pitiful Tragedy That Revealed an Interlachen, Fla., June 4, 1914.
I ,Incongruous Combination. Dear C. E. Union Friends: Coast Line to Be Permitted to
One of the standing subjects of humorous -
& Nearly everything In the world 5 remarks among New York Your secretary is home again. Charge Rate Based On Big And if you wish to hear the world's best music -' _
I can be made to serve a double 20th back Cost of Oversea
3 Leaving on April getting
theatergoers is the weekly article on
it purpose It one only Las a little tf by world's greatest artists
men's fashions published over the nom June 1st, I was away just six weeks.
Ingenuity. Take for instance. $
i I the summer hat the soft floppy X de plume of Beau Brummel. In the The places visited were-St. Peters- Washington, June 9.-By decision turn your ear this way when our Vic-

It straw hat In vogue some years. programs of the theaters of the better burg, Tampa, West Tampa and Lake- today of the Supreme Court the tor and Edison Talkingmachines begin to play.

It This hat can be made Into a X class. land in South.'Yestern district. Kis- Florida East Coast Railway will be
I Some people think Beau Brummel Nothing finer for the camp or summer
workbasket I simmee, Union Center, Winter Park, permitted for the present to chargea
f First rip off all the trimmings; X a woman while others believe him tobe Oviedo, Sanford, Monroe in south rate on Florida fruit and vegetables home. Come in and talk it over and see how
then t merely a haberdasher with a drug t
turn the hat upside down.
!i Take some silk or cretonne to :I habit Ilowever that may be it is a Central district; also the Union so- based on the rate of expenditure of easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand

harmonize with the straw and ;, reasonable supposition that no one ciety in the colored school, Robert extending the road oversea to Key refining influence of the best music in

i line the Inside of the crown, I wears any of the clothes that Beau Hungerford, near Winter Park. West.

making a tiny frill all around the Brummel writes about It couldn't be In North-eastern district, Crescent The decision was based on represen- your home or private apartments.V. .
edge. Put bias of done. If any man ever arrayed him
i pieces the material
City, Pomona and Jacksonville. Thisis tations that the Interstate Commerce I
here and there along the self in one week's output of the Beau
sixteen towns in three districts. Commission's order against such rates S. BRANCH
I sides of the basket in which toJ Brummel fashions and started down ,
It insert papers of needles and x Broadway he'd land in Jail or the psy- Entertainment was loyal and royalin was made without evidence to warrantit.

It spools of thread. Make also a jj copathic ward at Bellevue. about twenty-three homes. I was The way was left open for the
The Arcade Book and Music Store
$ thimble case which you sew se- x The case of Beau Brummel merely not "boarded out" a single place. Commisison to begin new proceedingsin

j I curely to the frilled edge. funny. But here is a grim and pitiful There were union meetings in St. the case.
if Rip off a section of straw from X little tragedy which is in a way relatedto
Petersburg and in Tampa. In all
j I the brim of the hat and with this jgIS it In a small tenement at the r
eighteen Young Peoples socities of five dollars less if to
t make a handle or if the brim is X eastern and poverty stricken end of or necessary,

j I not wide enough use ribbon Fifty-slith street the police found i our Union and one Junior societywere the Headquarter's Fund of Boston.

J *' with a bow at the top. The old J John Conwell and his old mother dead visited personally or in conference 1' Friends furnished street car, hack

S It bat has now become a useful ar- from gas. The man was past middle with their leaders. As there fare, etc., to a large extent. The dollar -

I tide. iV4WV4W4WWfXc age and unmarried. They lived alone are not more than fifty-five Young fund on the secretary's last year

and he idolized the woman-a poor old Peoplessocities in our Union, in act- salary helped on rail road and other

drunkard. The neighbors said he used ive conditions, it can be seen that I expenses of the journey, and the / :
to cry hysterically when she would ii:
FOR THE INVALID.How stagger home stupfied with drink. At was able to get in personal touch special collections at Tampa and in

last he turned on the gas while she with a good proportion. It was fine Ruskin and Union Center helped also -
to Tempt the Failing Appetiteof '
slept and died with her. / for me to do it Another field accomplishment in this way.
the Sick.
French cafe au last is less likely to lie wore cotton overalls at the time was the meeting of almost There were socials, a picnic, a real Just arrived car load

cause Indigestion than coffee taken.with of his death. and the few articles of all of the officers in three districts reception, picture shows, and a host
immediate -
cream. Clear coffee is. of course his wearing apparel found In the apart- and three state workers. of other splendid things planned to FORDS for

the most digestible but this seems bit- ment were worn and ragged. Yet the Three "live wire" plans I tried to give me a good time. The first twenty
letters and papers which the police delivery.Get
ter and unpleasant to many. To prepare took of carry out. First. To find out when days I had to rest quietly most of
that be
possession proved earn-
the cafe au lait properly the coffee
ed a livelihood for himself and his possible the condition of all our existing the time in but three towns. Then
must be very clear. The milk un-
skimmed, should be heated In a double mother by writing articles on the lat societies and the possibilitiesfor commenced the itinerary planned for yours nowF.

boiler just to the boiling point but not est fashions In men's dress.-New York future crowth. Second. To "talk some weeks before_.

long enough for a film to form on the Letter in Cincinnati Times-Star. Junior." This is greatly needed, for It is probable that the longdelayed G. RUSH,

top. Then the hot milk and the clear I in all those nineteen Christian En- correspondence of an active State Phone 226Hammond
hot coffee should be poured together in OLD FORT MARION.
deavor centers there was found but Secretary and department superin-
the coffee cup until the right strengthis
socities in Lake Magdalene,. Tampa tendent, cannot be resumed in real
America's Medieval Cattle
If coffee produces nervousness rice Landmark Only In St. Auguttine. a and Kissimmee, Presbyterian church.I i earnest yet; for some of our Execu-

coffee may be substituted for It To met the superintendent of the latter tive Board is to visit the Southern
For more than 200! years SlIAUgus.1
make this brown a cupful of rice in tine was the !Spanish ca n'..... v. .v. 'place, the pastor's daughter, Miss Conference at Chattanooga, Junel2, .
the oven carefully without burning It Ida. and the Florida of those days extended Witherspoon, but was not at a Junior and it will likely be your appreciativeand

and then grind it fine in a coffee mIll. from the Chesapeake bay to the meeting. The third "live wire" was wouldbefaithfuworker, iiIiiii
Put it in an earthenware jug and poura
of cold Pacific ocean. It was an impregnable the plan to give from each society GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
it Let
Quart water over it stronghold all of those years.
stand an hour. Strain it, beat it and
Old Fort Marion, begun in, 1592 and
serve it with hot milk or with cream. finished in 1756. is the only medieval 1
Cut yesterday's bread for breakfast MIIIMMMIilMMMMMMMMMMIMMIMIIIIMMtOELANDO
castle in America. It cost an enormous I
toast Sometimes make the slices not
sum of money. Repeated heavy draftsof
more than a quarter of an inch thick the builders caused the king of

and dry them in the oven until they are Spain to inquire if they were building

golden brown. Serve warm with but Fort Marion of gold: dollars. The castle I

ter. This sort of toast Is most digestIble stands today in perfect condition.

., but It must of course be thoroughly guarded by the United States government \
masticated. If soft toast is pre- The keeper conducts visitors

ferred cut the slices thicker and toast through the castle, down into the dun- .
them quickly on both sides. geons and shows you rings in the walls _. .

Coddled eggs are tempting. To prepare where victims of Spanish oppressionwere r

them thrust the eggs washed chained to die. Report fairly well

clean into boiling water, cover the authenticated. has it that when the Water & Light Co. Gore
dish and let it stand for from five to castle fell into the bands of the British

ten minutes. Then remove the egg two skeletons were found in one of

and serve with pepper, salt and butterin these dungeons chained to the walL

an egg cup. Poached eggs are always One was of a man, the other a woman. l FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

tempting, and so are scrambledeggs. : There is something uncanny about
---- ---- -- -- -
Scrambled eggs can be surrounded these dungeons that cannot be described Electricity
with crisp slices of broiled by word of mouth.

fjacon. The eggs should never be 1 While there has been great improvement
greasy, but should be scrambled in as I in old St. Augustine the ancient COMPARE

little butter as possible. They can be landmarks have been preserved. The

daintily garnished with parsley.A I old city gate is intact; the Spanish Gas. Water Ice i OUR FURNITUREWe

good way to make baked custard monuments hundreds. of years old attract I

is to drop the yolk of an egg in a custard the lover of antiquities. Narrow
cup. add a big teaspoonful of streets characterized all Spanish townsof provide the quality of furniture that has long

sugar, two gratings of nutmeg and medieval times. There are streetsIn Office---No. 18 West Central Ave. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

about five tablespoonfuls of unskim- St Augustine not more than ten or standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

med milk put the cup in hot water a dozen feet wide each side lined with wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
and bake slowly until the custard is the same type of buildings that were
clear-it is of the foundation
i this point too one stonesof
firm-until a knife thrust in it comes the custom three or four centuries ago.
this business, and that means much to any buyer.
out clean. Beat the white stiff add a Telephone No. 6 "
4 small tablespoonful of sugar beat Wanted to Be Safe. i iI iI ------

again and pile on top of the custard Tom Jackson had participated in a I iI
and garnish with a maraschino cherryin narrow escape from death, due to an I ,
the center of the meringue. Cool accident which happened while he was
and serve. crossing to Liverpool It was, therefore I I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
Put the white of an'egg a big table- with much fear and hesitancy L J

spoonful of powdered gelatin a cupful that he decided to return home. _
Approaching the porter hurriedly at ---- -
of water two tablespoonfuls of .4+ IIIIIMMMmillM' llflHIIIIMIIIHIMimilMIHFor
sugar three of lemon juice and a little the last minute, he was told that he
stick cinnamon in a saucepan with the was too late for a stateroom. "The last --- -
[" .1..1..".11111-111'.111.0.1..1.111111..11 "
one was just taken announced that 111"IIII'.I..e" "I.J
rind of half a lemon. Beat with an tnMIIIMMMMtmilttllMtlMltmmMIIMMMmtlllMliMIIIMH
egg beater until the mixture reaches worthy. : ; mttM

the'boiling point and move to the side "StateroomF queried the frightened :
of the stove. Cover and leave for ten passenger. "Who wants a stateroom? Sale:
minutes. Strain through cheesecloth. Jive[ me a reserved seat in a lifeboat" :1.1 Orlando Bank & Trust Co

-Buffalo Express.A .
add a third of a cupful of sherry and :

pour into two long stemmed glasses or OR ,. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
small molds to harden. Painful Process.
Little Prescott had been leaning out EXCHANGEFive

of an nnstalrs window..
How to Serve Pineapple .Frugally. -- -- RESOURCESReal
The next time you have a pineapplesave "Come away from the window son" i : built
the skin and core and you may his father said sternly. "You might Five Room House, Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

produce two delicious desserts. fall out and get a hump on your back II of cement blocks 24x36, Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

First scrub the pineapple in cold water -like the camels you saw yesterday." II ,. Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

then dry it and prepare it as usual The little boy was silent for a few Cartright shingles, two Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
for one meal Then put the parings minutes. Then he asked "Father do lotsl00xl50someyoung ; : Cash Hand and due from Banks
all the little camels have to fall out : on . 473,059.02
and core, cut up, into a saucepan with
one quart of cold water. Simmer gen the window to get their humps r- peach, orange and grape- : :

and abouta New York Post Driven well I : $904,906.09
tly until there is one pint fruit trees.
gill over strain through cheeseclothand LIABILITIES

permit it to cool Soak for ten Argued Too Long. 200 feet. : Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits
minutes two heaping dessertspoonful "Why did you permit yourself to be Address :
drawn into a long argument with your Re-Discounts . . . . . . None
of sago, drain and put it into a double
boiler with the pineapple water and assailant?" asked the policeman. Bills payable . . . . . . . None
"A long dispute what I Box 424 :
strained juice of one lemon one gill of was just was ,
granulated sugar and a pinch of salt : trying to avoid when I called him a I Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

and cook this until it looks clear, which liar cot," explained-Buffalo the Express.Too man. on the hospital Kissimmee Florida : to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
will be in about twelve minutes afterIt .

really bolls. Remove from fire. If 68imiMiiii'imiiiiiiiiiiiMii
Soon and Too Late. $904,906.09
any bits of pineapple were left over II .
"What became of that play you
put them in this. Stir well then pour II.
wrote five years ago?
it into a glass dish. Serve ice cold "The managers decided it was too Deposits- March 4. 1914 . . . .S649484.91
with whipped or plain cream sweetened -
to taste. daring to produce." I Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
"Send it .
on again.

acceptable Lady fingers accompanimentHow or any light cake is an "I did. They say it's too tame now." \ SUMMER TIME IS : Increase in 37 days . . . . 121, )U8.81
-Pittsburgh Post |
L FLY TIME Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

to Make Corned Beef Hash. What a Fright I Deposits April 11th, 1914 . .: . . 770,793.72
Use one quart of meat to two of potatoes Are those windows screen-
His Wife-But dear tell me why you I
I using one-fourth part fat meat want my photograph taken In this cos- ed yet? Patented detach- : Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
Chop very fine rejecting every bit of tume? Her Hubby-So'that In three able hangers used on all '
bone and skin. Season to taste withsalt t
and Put little hot water years you will look at It and say what screens. No ladder need- Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
or beef stock in the bottom of a spider 1 would like to say right now.-Judge. ed to take off or put on t The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

and turn in the hash. Simmer slowly Weakening."So when washing windows. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

until it has absorbed the water and friends and.customers for
making such a statement
you think there is yet a chanceof R.J.WALDRONContractor) possible
formed a soft brown crust Do not let
selling Mr. Xuskads; an auto?" I j
it get too dry. but do not stir. Fold and Builder : :
"Sure! He used to say he wished he
like an omelet or if preferred serve in CONSERVATIVE BANKaut.UOOt"JUOOt't
had one: nohe.s arguing he can't afford 410 West Street
a round dish crust uppermost if-Puck. ... .I..i. IIII..II.I.I..I.IIII.IIII.II.lli.I.111111.1111111'I.lt.44
1 .1111111111111111111111111. . . . . 'i.I.J.I..CI..



ak5 d' ? 1.l' ,j sMTHE .' )W' 'tFi\. hA"9_i., .S 'J'r"0. *rs'a, '.;y. -, -;. SLr"F'r-; .'.'I:'>>',?'" -:.A_. y...,.r'rc" -,-' T _

.4- J e


South Florida SentinelMORNING I
the last primary Orange county -I Taft j
AND WEEKLY qualified 1,552 voters and voted I Editor
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. 979 of them. Dade county had about I
space I
---- -
three thousand registered voters and I II the
Entered at the poetofTice at Orlando, FlorIda per people
u Second Clare Mail Matter. I voted sixteen hundred of them, yet i| see why we, the
; under the peculiar apportionment of II j end of the '

t Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$5.00 I the state Orange county has two rep ening of the ll' I
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.60 resentatives in the legislature and ll J l .
Daily 3 Months ...................... US When the
Dally 1 Month ....................... .50 Dade county, one. Nothing at all i was first
fair about that-Miami Herald. j
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1-00 est and best
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 78 The Herald has stumbled upon one i j was that it
of the most important questions to'' ola county line
TO ADVERTISERS: come before the next legislature. It link to join
is not new, for the question of i'
... a highway
Copy for display ud all her hand-set I
Advertising nut be handed in at the business has been up at every! sonville to
rice of the Sentinel not later than I p. m.
the day before publication. This rule applies session for several years, but for I first on the
to chances for contract advertising it is some reason the bill has never passed. '
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. principal
If some member would devote his
From Taft
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- time to this matter alone and let ,
tinued should notify the office in writing'en line runs the I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be everything else go and get the bill I the state. It
continued at the regular subscription rates through he would do more than he 'I
untIl notice to stop is received. : due in repairs.
can hope to accomplish if he scatters
I ( ) I e
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914. his ammunition. The bill can be Knowing
j out and
passed if the members are broughtto t
with the result
THE WEATHER a proper realization of how much
it is needed. The legislature as com- : was
the bonds
posed at present contains an unconstitutional ,
Florida: Generally fair Wednes- :
against the
day and Thursday. number of members. Someof I I
the counties have two members I: Now after

that had no right to them; we the county
Albert Williamson takes
a mighty didn't'l
for this is cluded to chop
say Orange, one
oath that he twill never run again.
counties in ,this road, at
best and most populous
Albert has done
some running in his
time. the state, and the registration is nota is notoriously

0' fair test. Orange shows a smaller in another part
registered vote in proportion to its they are good
The mediators seem to be getting
population, we dare to assert, than we pledged our
along. Everybody should wish them
any county in Florida. But such We have no
well in their undertaking they've gota
counties as Bradford, Jefferson, Santa interests on the
man's sized, job. I
Rosa and some others have no just missioners, but
o claims to two representatives when legal device to
r., Those Kissimmee people who were such a populous county as bade has we are not I
for oil lost their drill. We
only one. The apportionment was will lose some
fear that they'll lose their patience made nearly thirty years ago and for. state, as she did
F before they strike oil. that reason is all out of whack at the cause a favored

o present. The Sentinel hopes that all. We, are
Chic Acosta was the happiest man some tactful and energetic member and will surely

in the congresional race, not except- will be able ,to secure the passage of used right. I I
; ing the winner. Chic's vote probably a reapportionment bill. Some of our
surprised him, as it did everyone thousand
= else. all I
pay away
o- in
get return.
Harry Floyd was defeated by a tired of being I
man named Cook. Harry admits that the way, reading all this stuffin want something i
s: he was "cooked. But will this keep the papers about Bull Moose let- right now.Suppose. I

f Harry away from Tallahassee duringthe ters, borrowing money, etc., sets a the
session? fellow to thinking. We would like to now; when do
r o ask if the Big Bull Moose of Floridais would ever be

The Daily Tropical Sun of West the same W. C. Hodges who is you think you
'' Palm Beach has a new head, whichis state shell fish commissioner? Andif other dollar for

a great improvement. The Sun is so, how' did he get his appoint- ,the county for I

one of the neatest and newsiest pa- ment?Mulberry Herald. long as this

pers in Florida. There is no resemblance or will remember

o I ship between the men relatiOn-j that is trying
The Ocala Star and the Pensacola the Herald. The Bull Moose ex-can-I
Journal will please quit quarrelingover didate for governor is a Tallahassee I now.Do you think 11"111"1'1"1"1"1'

the Lorimer incident; the people lawyer who does more in the way of : in any hurry to
have said that they don't believe thatit securing pardons for convicted criminals I when they

affects the price of beans in Florid than any other lawyer in the of the worst

state, perhaps. He is rather well end? They
o fixed financially and seems to make a I To cut off
The news dispatches say that the specialty of lending money to "bust I way after
jheat in the Middle West was of an ed" state house officials who sit on vertised it for |

intense and prostrating quality yes- the pardon board. There is no law as much as I

terday, but we would never had against ,this kind of thing but it is false pretenses.

l known told. it in Florida if we hadn't been bad practice, to say the least. We positively

_a 0-
| " " " "
The idle rich are not so idle after

a all, when you come to think ,of it.
II Drink Benscot
; Consider William Rockefeller ; e

spends half of his time dodging pro- to all parts of the city. This mineral
cess servers, which must be rather
strenuous.It Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 400 f

.is a dull week when Bob Holly MCELROY'S :: :

isn't elected president of something.This .

week's honor is the bestowal of " '
the presidency of the Florida Devel-

opment commission. What 'is thatanyway
Bob? o " " " "

Editor Clarence Woods of the Eus-

tis Lake Region, who was defeatedfor (

the legislature, entertained all the
other defeated candidates in his coun-
ty with a free lunch Monday. Need ATTRACTIVE GIFTS

less to say it was a "dry" lunch with
Editor Woods as host. Day
o lives of young people -
of and
Miami has been having an ugly ex- appreciation
occasion. What could be
hibition in its police department of
late. This kind of thing detailed at Jewelry?

length in the papers doesn't do Miami DIAMONDS
any particular good and it must be

mortifying to the persons concernedand We direct the

the good people generally. Thereare the many pretty and
some things that it is best not to store. From the most

print. est novelties, to the
o mond or a Dependable
The first suit under the corrupt ues and assortment.A .
practice law has been filed in Dade visit to our store ; !

county against the Miami Metropolisby no obligation to boy.T.H.Evans.
the chairman of the school board,
who alleges that in an advertisementprior

to the primary the names of the
persons responsible for the article

were not signed to it, as required by
the law. The suit will be watched

with interest. -

There is one trust that doesn't I K [
trouble the people, and that is the

motion picture trust. The people _
love the movies and the actors are

real (reel) heroes (to them. Whowouldn't S
give a pretty sum to be
present at the International Motion
Picture association in New York this
week, where Mary Pickford, John
I Bunny, Lillian Walker, Maurice Cos- EXPERT
tello, Crane Wilbur and other movie
stars are gathered? H" iiiiiiiiiiiii

L. t

r i { r

-------- -- -
MIIMIMMtimillllimn i oI aDa) aD aD aDCI aFAVORITE .
I 0 .CII1
ORLANDO, FLA. SI \ j i |I .

o Will 111 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. .

Robert J. Holly of Sanford Is Elected
Admission 5 cents i iDallDODallDCDallDCDallDCDallDCa
President of the Florida Develop

Mrs. D. C. Thompson is in Plant e ment Promotion Board "Get t II RAtMIen's"That t

City for a few days.Mr. .
Jim Johnston, of Kissimmee, Sanford, Fla., June'9.At a meet-
was in town yesterday.Mr. REAL ESTATE ing of representative men from all ... I1J ...

Jacksonvilleon over Florida, held here yesterday, the
W. L. Lewis is in The Tuesday Bridge club met yesterday -
Florida Development Promotion Boardwas
a short business trip. afternoon with Mrs. Chester

Mr. Bergo Willett, of Maitland, 600 acres south of Winter Goodrich for some enjoyable games. The organized.following officers were named Gift
was on our streets yesterday. No prizes are given in this club, but
Garden and west of for the first year: Robert J. Holly,
i the score is kept to see who makes
Miss May Kilmer is visiting Mrs. Sanford, president; Fred W. Kettle,
Gotha, including acre I the highest record for the year. You have no trouble in selectingthat
Massey at Maitland for a few days. St. Augustine, secretary; B. L. Ham-
Miss Mary Howard substituted for

Mr. F. H. Davis and Mr. and Mrs.J. orange grove. The en- Miss May Kilmer, and as the vacancy ner, Tampa, treasurer. D Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary

F. Briggs were in town from tire tract covered with ; caused by Mrs. Spencer's absence The following general committee to Present at our store.

Apopka yesterday. yellow pine timber. Two I from town had not been filled, the tables manage the work of the board was

Messrs. E. Hy. Palmer and C. B. miles of lake shore. lacked one player. named: G. A. McClellan, Jackson- We have a complete line ..ofJewelry

E Robinson spent yesterday in Sanfordon Delicious stuffed tomatoes and ville; W. F. Stovall, Tampa; Frank

legal business. 4.23ImMrs. cheese balls were served, with olives, Mayes, Pensacola; Oscar T. Conklin, D Silverware (sterling or D

Mr. E. P. Packard, state bank examiner .111111111111111111111.1 then strawberry ice cream, cookies Miami; Charles E. Howard, Orlando; plated) and the newest ideas in
and iced tea. M. F. Hetherington, Lakeland; P. A.
from Tallahassee, was in our
Others present besides the hostess Vans Agnew, Jacksonville; Z. C. cut glass.A .
calling on our banks.
city yesterday !
Lee Miller, of Orlando, will and Miss Howard were Mrs. Hauselt, Chambliss, Ocala; Walter Waldin, look before you buy will
Mrs. W. J. Hamrick and daughter,
visit her mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Dolive, Mrs. Brad- Miami; D. C. Gillette, Tampa; W. C. D

Miss Gladys, leave today for Hender- in a few days. Mrs. Standley's many. shaw, and Mrs. Woodruff. Temple, Winter Park; John W. Hen- pay you.Allen.

sonville, N. C., to spend the summer. friends will be sorry to learn that she derson, Tallahassee. R. S. Carver, of "

Mrs. St. Elmo Freeman and Mas- continues to be quite sick.-Ocala BARACA THURSDAY NIGHTOn Jacksonville, and C. I. Day, of Jack-

ter Marion left yesterday for Atlanta, Banner.A sonville, represented G. A. McClellanand

where she will consult an P. A. Vans & Co.
Ga., eye Agnew, respectively,
Mr. Hatfield, who arrived from next Thursday night, June 11th, ,
specialist those gentlemen being out of the
Texas Sunday, bought a place at at 8 o'clock, the Baraca class, whichis
Mr. E. J. Cox, of Gabriella, was in Oakland and soon thereafter pur- a men's class of the Baptist Sun- state. Jewelers
town yesterday on his way to Fair- The executive committee of five
school will hold An
chased a Ford car from Gray Rush. day a big rally.
mont, Ind., to join Mrs. Cox for the was appointed. It is made up of the
interesting has been ar U
Mr. Hatfield is assured of a warm program Prompt Repairing.
following gentlemen: Robert Holly,
summer. welcome in Orange county. He shows ranged. There will be plenty of refreshments -

The Rev. Frances E. Alleyne, rec- that he is a man of business decision. and an orchestra to furnish Sanford; Fred W. Kettle, St. Augus- Everything Guaranteed.

tor of St. Barnabas Episcopal music. This will be the begin- tine; B. L. Hamner, Tampa; P. A.

DeLand visitor in town Arthur Yowell has recently pur- Vans Agnew, Jacksonville, and D. C.
church, was a ning of a contest the class will puton
chased fine Buick touring and Gillette
a car Tampa.
yesterday.Mrs. to increase their membership to
his friends looking forwardto The executive committee
many are was authorized -
Herbert Elwes and mother, one hundred. If you are interested in
some fine fishing trips to the beach to prepare a bill creating the
Mrs. Coulson, returned yesterday to young men and the good they may do,
and other places where the finny tribe Florida development commission and
Melbourne. They have, been visiting be at this rally Thursday nighjt ,
gathers.-Sanford,Herald. secure an appropriation at the next
Col. and Mrs. D. G. Carey-Elwes, on Your presence will be a great encour- lb. : .CD
lesion of the Florida for
Lake street. Dr. P. Phillips and his general man- agement and you will spend a pleas- legislature .ClO. L-
Mr. E. T. Schars have returned hour and half. the purpose of advertising the state .
Dr. L. H. Ramsdell'has returned ager, ant and profitable a I' -- -- ---- --
from brief visit to Jacksonville. He from Miami, and will be here for the The meeting will be held in the room throughout the country, and inducing *tttltMM1IMHII9IIIMItllllimillMIIMMMtaMMorton's
I next two weeks. They made the trip formerly occupied by the People's Na- farmers, stock raisers, capitalists and ::
left Mrs. Ramsdell and the childrenfor
by auto. Dr. Phillips has finished tional bankused this last winter as the 'like to come to Florida and devel- $ t:
a longer stay, and will keep bach- the state.It FAWJ
elor's hall until their return. marketing his crop of tomatoes grown "tourist headquarters." op year' )
out that Florida has
was pointed
below Miami, and reports a very suc-
Mr. Shelby' (Doc) Jernigan is in
more tillable land not now in cultiva-
town for few visit to friends cesful season. MRS. WEATHERSBEE HOSTESS Table Salt :
a days' tion than any state in the Union. I.
from Oviedo. Mr. that Miss Dorothea Mann, daughter of TO JUNIOR MATRONSA
Jernigan says That Florida is nearer the big market 1-'
Oviedo is getting to be some class, Bishop and Mrs. Mann, has arrivedfor centers of the country than any other : Never gets moist or cloggs your salt shaker. "

now they have brick_buildings there. a few weeks visit with her par- pleasant afternoon over auction Southern or semi-tropical country, I'I'
Pure Horse Radish
and will be bridge was enjoyed by the Junior Ma
Lawton Bros. in particular have madea ents at Bishopstead, cor- and that this state can use every acre I.

very pretty department store of dially welcomed here. She is con- trons' club yesterday, Mrs. Weathersbee of its land to supply the Northern :: Good for an appetizer during the hot weather.
the hostess at Mrs. Giles' resi-
nected with St. Luke's hospital, New ,
one time country store. markets with early and late vegetables -

Dr. N. J. Merck came up from York, where she graduated with hon- dence. fruits, beef cattle, etc. i: ParowaxFor
and her Sandwiches, iced tea and cake were
ors some time present II
Lakeland yesterday where he went to ago To advertise these things persist-
vacation affords her first introductionto served, the members present being sealing jelly tumblers or fruit jars. Laundry
see Mrs. Merck, who was taken sick ently, consistently and thoroughly is .
Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. Brodwater, [I
while visiting down there. Dr. Merck Florida. the object of the board. The work of use also. :
Mrs. Louis Dolive :Mrs. Gordon
received a telegram upon his arrival Mrs. Jos. L. Guernsey and :Mr. : the board is to get a substantial public f
and Mrs. Brown with Mrs. .
Wright ,
here,stating that his father was very Frank Guernsey left yesterday for sentiment behind the movement, .
LeRoy Giles as substitute for Mrs.
low at his home at Gainesville, Ga., Philadelphia to be present at the and push it to a conclusion, so that

and left last night to atend his bed- graduation exercises of her son, Mr. Jas. Magruder, and Miss Ada Bumbyfor the commission may be authorized (to THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mrs. Fishback.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Prescott left Kendrick Guernsey, who graduates on be appointed by the governor), and ,

yesterday for their camp, the FloridaNo. the 17th from the University of Penn- that the appropriation may be ob- : CARUTHERS & GORE
sylvania. Kendrick is quite popular FISH FRY ON LAKE CONWAYMr. tained for fund sufficiently
101 Ranch, where Mrs. Prescott's a publicity .
cooking reigns supreme. Everybodythat among his many friends here who are large to give Florida the greatest Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

knows these two congenial peo- glad to ,know that he finishes his and Mrs. T. M. Arnold gave a advertising campaign she has ever .

course with high honors and will soon fish fry on Lake Conway and had as had
ple make it a rule to call on them and put her in the forefront of

while they are at the Ranch, so that be home again. their guests Mr. H. Schuur and fam- American states that have land and CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

they will have some of this_"good eating Bishop Mann has returned from ily, and Rev. K. D. Jones, and an en- opportunity to offer to the capitalistand

t ." Tallahassee, where he delivered the joyable time was. had by all present. homeseeker. I FUNERAL DESIGNS :

A great many fish were caught, ,
baccalaureate sermon to the Florida There was never a more enthusi-
Mr. H. L. Gard in town
was yester- 1111111111111111111111111111111111111'llt..1Ci
day from Winter Haven. Mr. Gard Female college, a large class of grad- though it was up to Mrs. Arnold and astic meeting held in Florida. The ,tHii
Miss Elizabeth Schuur to the
uates attending. At the time of the get men behind the movement are leading SHOPPING IS
to Mr. J. Van Buskirk O'CLOCK
came up see prize fish of the day. All agreed i SIX I I I The Sentinel is the newsiest and
about the of Natal Cathedral school commencement here, business men of the state, and they I ROUNDLY CONDEMNEDOne
br ss. best .
that have another printed in Central
they must fry at daily Florida
when he made an address the bishop have started with an organizationthat
Mr. Van Buskirk has a small p. .h of our residents, a lady inter- Sentinel want
had just returned from Raleigh, N.C., no distant day.CARD will leave nothing undone to secure who advertising serves
of this grass and says it is very pro- ested in the welfare of the clerks the seeker and the offerer
lific and a fine grass for hay. Mr. where he had given the baccalaureatesermon OF THANKS for Florida( the right sort of pub- spend these warm summer days in equally.T. .

Gard has sixty acres at Clermont for St. Mary's college, and he licity, and bring the right kind of the stores, has called attention to the S.
Abernethy auto
has another similar duty awaiting, as people here. livery, phone
which he is going to sow to this thoughtlessness of many shopperswho 2, Orlando.
Mrs. J. H. Burnett and
daughter, 3-5-tf
next Sunday he is to preach for the The meeting adjourned, subject to though knowing 6 m. to be
grass. p.
Mrs. Minnie wish to thank
University of the South, Sewanee, Chapman, a call of the general committee, by the hour for closing the stores, yet
their neighbors and friends, especiallythe '
FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 7 Tenn. the chairman. will hurry in at five minutes to six l tlllllllllllllllllll"llr
order of Masons, for their acts
room bungalow, corner East Pine and keep the clerks long overtime for
and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand of kindness during the recent illness ST. JAMES SOCIETY WILL HOLD could easily have Shoe Repairingby
shaw. 6-10-1w roses. J. M. Caruthers. and death of husband and father. RUMMAGE SALE shopping they as
6-8-3t attended to earlier, or could leave to

Eat what you want. Eat what want a suitable hour next day. PARCEL POST ii

Eat all you want. Up to date painting, papering, etc., Eat all you you want. The St. James society of the Cath- The clerks usually have half an

Take a postscript and forget it. is the kind you want. Where to get Take a postscript and forget it.For olic church was organized at the homeof hour's work after the doors finallyare Men's Half Soles 7sc to 8scladies'
For sale by all durggists. i*? That's 636. W. T.ntrkan. Mrs.
easy, phone sale by all druggists. Ralph Yearby yesterday af
l-7-d&w-lyr 1-20-tf closed, in putting goods away, Half Soles, 60c to 75c s
17dw.lyr ternoon. Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Sr., was etc., that all may be in order for next Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750

--- elected president; Mrs. J. H. Reese, day's opening, hence detaining them Hand Turned Soles, $Loo

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111I secretary, and Mrs. Ralph Yearby, the Heels
'." ." ,." , ,, treasurer. It was decided to hold a overtime prevents before having dark Repaired, 2c
brief relaxation period All work returned in hours.
rummage sale in the store on Church which they could otherwise enjoy Orders without remittance returned -

street formerly occupied by Mr. John after their long day indoors. Neces- C. 0. D. We pay

H ftCRNTODAY Roland, a week from 'Saturday. sity may sometimes arise for a late 'I return postage.

purchase, but if all our people would
Cards have been issued by Mr. J. D. plan definitely to complete their shop- A. Hanson

Mitchill announcing the marriage of ping by 5:40 p. m., the rush which ig East Pine Street:

his daughter, Miss Gretchen Negus, now often marks the final half hour, ORLANDO .

to Mr. Harold Engelbrekt, on Friday, when clerks are most weary, and their flORIDA

"Her Awakening a fine Princess. the fifth of June, in New York city. detention overtime, would be easily

Miss Mitchill makes her home in avoided.IMIIIIIIIMIIiilMIIIHM.

Apopka, but has friends in Or-
many If
"Old Man reel Reliance. your paper is not delivered
a one ?
lando who will be interested in the
promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

: | "When Villians Meet," a Keystone comedy. announcement. JUST OPENED[

Thirty-one young people, constitut- WOOD, COAL AND ICE

"When Darkness Came another Thanhouser. ing the largest class ever graduated POPE'S Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

from Miami high school, were presented ;Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf '

j I That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away with their diplomas' a few LUNCH COUNTER
; : ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. ago. Sentinel want ads. are money get


: | I First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Camp Fire NOTICEThe Girls will meet at

Mrs. Drew's Wednesday afternoon at TRY OUR

Children 5 Cents 3:30.Grace
Boone, guardiar. .

: : : Children under twelve admitted'' free to matinee if acco m- FOR RENT-Store N. E. Corner ; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I DR. J. ;HOWELL

; J ; pamed i by adult purchasing first floor ticket. < Church 123 Court and street Court, up streets.stairs.Applyat POPE & BUTT PROPS 1 Hours, 10-12 3.5, and by appointment
I M tiiliiiiiiMimiM
PNo extra charge for house treatment

, t ...0'1' '' . ; 31 W. CHURCH ST Telephone connections

111111111111"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'lllllllllll, HIMIIMHIIIIIIIIIM Rone 444, Auto Livery 4-25-tf inimiiiiiHiimimtt Office cor. Oranje and Central Ayes




._ .. -


Jviimber Laths and Shingles



Would You


y Better Yourself?

Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeA "<
} If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
; A we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

NEW KIND OF HEALTH I I THE EDITOR. superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

$3.00 are all right, then why not put us to the test.
I I Walt Mason says: "The editor is

J. C. Howell D. 0. the town confessor, the town boomer,

The wisdom of the old adage that and the twon goat, doormat, rock of
prevention is better that cure is be- refuge, errand boy and the vicarious FROMORLANDO WayYour

ing daily demonstrated by scientiststhe sacrifice. He is the only creature in

world over. So thoroughly have all the wide animal kingdom that I I

scientists become imbued with this needs the wings of a dove,the strengthof doctor gives you a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your

doctrine that the authorities of Har- a lion, the protective odor of the
TOJACKSONVILLE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
: jvard Medical and Engineering departments skunk, the smooth crawling belly of

F and Massachusetts Institute -I the worm of the dust and the aspira- AND RE- ; if your prescription had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

of Technology have joined forces tion of a god." TURN saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

ti in the formation of a school of health We would add that he is the man

s officers, probably the first of its kind who brings the country people before Thursday, June 18th

in the world, where students, prefer- the counters of the merchants and ATLANTIC COAST NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
ably sanitary engineers and physi- helps to sell the goods-that is, if he

c} cians study the very latest discoveries has filled his place in the town's affairs Tickets good on All Regular

in so-called, preventive medicine. by being an adept at effective adver- Trains. Final Limit June 21st. this if
we know ; your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
The term preventive medicine as
tising display.-Exchange.
taught at Harvard is strictly speakinga Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just

misnomer. In this new health other points. :. as your: doctor wrote it.Don't. '
:, school a student will learn through date conditions, and those who handle For further information call
their milk in a careless and dirty man-
hygiene and sanitary methods how to on or write to

do away with the necessity of med- ner. He would know who adulteratedhis W. R. O'Neal'C. T. A.
milk with water and preservatives.He .
would point out the best milk for W. D. WHITE D. T. A. ForgetThat
; The death rate from typhoid feverat -
infant feeding and the proper care ORLANDOY.
Lawrence, Mass. before the estAblishment -
of this milk in the home, and in this
of a filtering plant for the R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -
n water supply was appalling-so muchso manner reduce the mortality of infants Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Di. a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

that it became a public scandal. under on year of age, one half vision Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
.or even more.
After the use of filtered water be- TAMPAPEOPLE'S little thrill of terror shakes lest it be home. But
' He might also investigate the food and a you your you are fortunate
came general in Lawrence the typhoid'I
death rate dropped to almost nil. supply and detect'adulterations and -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
frauds rid the city of flies and mosquitoes -
.- It has been discovered in recent years ;; and better the housing con- WANTS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions Give us your drug business ,

? that four or five per cent of all ty- ditions of the poor. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
convalescents become
phoid temporary '- -
1 With his training in vital statisticshe MUNNIMAKERS
and some chronic carriers. A .
would be able, if the physiciansof
great many epidemics due to infected Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale Far ,
r" the city properly cooperated with Rent etc. for thu column. 25c for one day
milk and other foods are due to these
him, largely to prevent epidemics.But (8e for three days or $1.00 for"one week, for
carriers, who while perfectly well 25 words or lees. Monej must accompanythe
if scarlet fever, whooping cough, advertisements far this column U no
4 themselves nevertheless harbor virulent ,insertions will be made on credit DeLaney & AbernethyNext
measles, or other diseases should
t typhoid bacilli. A properly
break out in his city.. he would establish -
v trained health officer such as this FOR SALE
a strict quarantine and allow no
t; new school would graduate would be Nursery stock, one, two, three and
communication wjth other Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.We
able to discover these carriers and persons four year old buds; Foster Early, .
thus since such diseases are spread only Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
prevent epidemics. by contAct. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle
Cities in Massachusetts seeing what Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
> Apopka, Fla. i
Were he called upon to treat in his
had been done in Lawrence began to I
petition for filtered water. The demand capacity of city physician the sick insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
poor, afflicted with diseases, he wouldif FOR SALE Mitchell roadster; rare money on real estate at 6 per cent
for filtered water grew so gen- bargain; recently completely over- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., AND DO ALL KINDS OF
he were enabled to live to his through desk and
eral that the state authorized the up hauled and made good as new in ev Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. your see if
there is not some stationery of which
Harvard training place them in a ery part; guaranteed first class con-
formation of the Metropolitan Water 3-25-d&wtf
in need. If there is
well conducted hospital, see that dition; must be sold at once, even at you are phoneus
Board which has supervision and sacrifice. Come, or address, White at 24 and we will call, get your
they were well cared for, nursed, giv- Fla. Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order and do the work promptly and
Control over almost the entire water Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg,
en proper diet, ventilation, properly 4-23-tf fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
ji supply of the state. Under the man- Empire building.
bathed, but not drugged."To 5-27-1m high grade work. It will receive our
agement of this board the city of FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
Boston is enjoying probably the pur- educate the people away from car, in first class condition, fully Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
est water supply of any city in the drugs," said a Harvard professor last equipped and good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
summer to some of his graduate stu- For quick sale will take $350. C. B. 6-19t. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
t world. Typhoid fever is becoming dents, "is one of the hardest thingswe Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569. Orlando, L H. RAMSDEU 5-19tf.
a constantly diminishing menace and Fla., Phone 321. 6-7-l\vk.
Buy your garden seed from Dela- OPTOMETRIST
will have to do in the next ten
there is no reason why under proper ney & Abernethy. Just received a
State supervision of milk and other years." WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) Rubber Stamps made to order 12-5-tf.at
child can be kept with me. Repair Shop.
food supplies typhoid fever should not Pleasant surroundings more important ORLANDO, FLORIDA
disappear entirely from Massachu- NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS than salary. Address J. C., care H will pay you to let us do some, bicycle fixed in '

setts just as yellow fever was ban- Sentinel. 5-27-2w of your printing. We do it richt- Put money in thy purse by adver- a If hurry you take want it your to Warman'Repair

ished from Havana and the Panama Sealed proposals will be receivedby Subscribe for the Sentinel. I tising in the Sentinel. Shop. -tf.
canal district and malaria is being the City Commissioners of the --

driven destruction out of of the southern anipholes cities mosquito.It by the. the City before office of 2 Orlando p.of m.the,,Commissioners Tuesday.State of Florida June, at 16th at or, old White Holden, Ocoee from grove., Fla.Orlando.Write,Part-:Mrs.6d&w1mo.of Mark the IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'\\\\\\I :! :! ! I { \ '.'.'.'.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\tt\\\\\\\ \\\ \\\\ \ \ \\\\\ \\\\\\ \\ \,\\ttIT'S

-- ----
has been demonstrated that the 1914, for the laying of 130,000 square AN EXPERT automobile mechanic-,

;' human breath as it escapes from the yards of brick pavement. driver or salesman, 10 years expe-
Specifications for this TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE
lungs is entirely free from disease rience, desires position. Familiar with
be had upon application to the all types of motors. Address R. G. B.,
no matter what the
germs patient City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after Route 2, Box 49, Orlando.
may be suffering from. The only May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto

the way coughing the mouth that breath and disease or is sneezing.nose from germs, expelled droplets are These carriedin during from may 5-26-2tw-3w. reject A.Commissioner JOHNSON any or. F.all, SPERRY of bids.E. Public. Works.Mayor.S. LOST-Brown LOST-Somewhere 142 Ocoee, Winter and Park Orlando.coat, Fla.between on road Reward.the between 6-6-tf court Box f FURNISHING R I I O QUESTION[ I IN R REAL[ l

come in contact with another person house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur-
niture store between the latter
either directly through coughing or place and Cooper & Atha's real estate L

sneezing in another person's face; Sealed proposals will be received by office, an abstract of title in book : LA.3R1TEST
'or indirectly by contaminating the I' City Commissioners of the City form enclosed in large; square envel ..
food that he eats or particles of dust of Orlando. State of Florida, at the ope. Mailed from Bartow, Fla., to
that he breathes. For that office of the Comissioners, at or be- John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
of this new school of health who be- fore 1914, 2 for p.the m.building, Tuesday of 90,000 June lineal 16th, Atha's Finder office please on leave Church at street Cooper and& delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

come city health officers will see to it feet more or less of concrete curb. receive reward. 6-7.3t pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

that food supplies are properly pro Specifications for'this improvementmay ble in
: tected and the streets under their su- be had upon application to the FOR RENT every sense of the word.
City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after !
pervision are washed instead of '' "
May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto FOR RENT-Two office spaces in IlillllMMMIMItMlllilltllf/ttMiMMMilMIMIIMMMHM
swept, thereby preventing the scat reject any' or all bids.E. our store at No. 9 W. Church street i
tering of disease germs adherent to F. SPERRY, Mayor.S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce \ CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
A. JOHNSON, Electric Co. 3-29-tf
particles of dust.
With his knowledge of water analy- 5.262tw3wForSa1e Commissioner of Public Works. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod I I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -

sys the health officer will keep the ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. \ \ clubs or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
city informed as to the condition of 4-26-tf

the water supply. If a peculiar odor IHIIimMMMIIIMMIM FOR RENT-Six room house, in first \ \ feature)'ou.1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIC'Otll'.
should appear in it he will be able class condition. No. 210 N. Orange
to inform the citizens as to its cause avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- 'I"11111111111111111111111111.
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
and remedy. Of the color should -

change he would be able to trace that -- MISCELLANEOUSBIG

to its origin. He would be able to

tell the degree of hardness or softnessof Modern 8-room STRONG SWEET POTATO

theater so that if a manufacturr House PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall KincaidFurniture l Snowden
2 doors
wished to locate in that city he variety at $1.23 per thousand. Hart'sChoice
banana plants at lOc.
would know what kind of water he of
Wyom- or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good -
could get for his particular industry. time to set either. The Bear's Head

He would be able in very short noticeto ing Hotel. Bargain Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. of Characterat
tell not only the amount of but-
-- -
; ter fat in the milk supply of the city, I NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet I

but also the number of bacteria con- : potato slips at Cash.$1.75 per 1,000. Popular Prices... .....
Quick'deiivery. Plant
tained in it. He would know the ex- Apopka
Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
act conditions under which the milk \ A. L. Bentley

supply was produced. He would I- Who is your painter and decorate! il' Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida : .

point out those dealers who produced I 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE If you are satisfied keep the one you

their milk under sanitary and up-to- I lllllllllli.t have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf, \,\\\,\\\\\\\ \ MMIIE4 llllltttl+Ni4M4" " rte > af ",*HMtHf.i": .O:-s-s: r



h,. Y

"; : ; ";:" -'-" .+' <,-"..,..' ,. -,,, -
: ,. ,f--J.
,- ')'i-t-'i ; '' .f.1'1r5" "1- .-q, ,

: gJ

4 I .
-- -

:ltl V HtMIMIMMIIIIHMIiililf HHIIIIIimilliiiM* :::" : : : MliliJJIMflllJ fr'MUMIIMM" "44*:,:" ,:::::::: ::::::::IIIIIIIIIIIIIII""III"UUIIIII" MHMMWf 1a


., ,
I I4r 1

4 e r 1 I i T THE[ NEYY[ [EMPIRE Tl'[ :

/ '


: Is the Coolest Place in Orlando.
.." ..... ..
We have a fine Chef and serve the best

FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town

Condensed SpecificationsWheel

base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $ LOO.week. .

en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

A axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- for
board the
-- Special rates room by
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter .. "
elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15

gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil- .

ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: .

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side irnnsitms

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

J. B. MAGRUDER. & SON. Oakland Distributors j f f4

i i MI i MM t MM it 111 wtti i rm i M fn M iTTn i n i i i mini i i 11111111111 MAMMi


the past year, that is in the

twelve months from March 15, 1913, GROVE THE MARKET

to March 15, 1914, Florida has un-

oubtedly made greater progressn _

in other year. Of Cleanliness
any Of QualityFRESH
t+ 10Uq milt
In the first place, Florida grew and r r Ten acres on beautiful lake
marketted in that twelve months' pe-
two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
than in oth- ,
riod more citrus fruit any 'i

br twelve months period. She produced court house in the fastest grow FISH AND GAME

and sold more winter vegetables than
z. ing section of Orange County,
in any other twelve months' period. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

She raised more corn, more hogs, S ? Seven hundred orange and grape
more cattle and sold them for higher /I'I a iI fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

prices than in a like period in any part and pure.
of her past. Millions more dollars' in \\I Low Round Trip RatesFROM full bearing. This grove is a

4 cash have been brought into Floridain JACKSONVILLE big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

the twelve months.just passed thanin SL L... $37.75 Coktfs $43.59 (CisciiMti $33.00 getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
D.1ftI' . 56.75 UiuYiiU. 31.50
previous. More has been 11 Ij SS.CO St. Pad -
any year If f ColonJa Sprints MM Dutalk .> '1S. KtoiTDle 21.40 Present on trees indicate
paid out for labpr, more for trans Sail We City 71M Wnupet 76.75 EmwUo 32.25 crop
YiUewitaM 7810 TorontoPortlud ".10 lidUsapofi 36 JO
portation and more for supplies of 106.00 M..anal. 5545 FrtockUk 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
Seattle WOO Petookey 51.58 Tokda! 41.10
various kinds than ever before. I 1 f UAaftles 89.50 MsckiaseSasFiuciacs. 53.00 Detroit 43.50 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
''I 8J.M Bdfal 4740 Gutuqaa 4740
The state has developed more in the i -
II / Glacier Park J2.7S 14iuua Falls 47.40 hotll Cm 30.90 terms.
twelve mdhths period from March to ft M.
Self & Co
f Low rates to other points in Colorado California,Canada Minnesota.
March than in any other previous year .Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains Proportionally
low rates from other points in the State.
There have been built more good roads I Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. Cooper Atha' PINE STREET
there have ben more improvementsof VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT

waterways; more farm and grove p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. I Phone No. 80l.a".I..I..II.II..I..II..I.e..II.e.I.III"'J
( 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor :
developement; more improvements in F Going through St.Louis returning through Chicago
or vice rena. Liberalltop.o\'trl on all tickets. I
live stock conditions and products; % Phone No. :
I more acreage planted in citrus fruits, .:i I through train daily;choice of three different t
to vegetables, to general farm pro- iir routes.

ducts. The physical and financial } Three daily trains to the southwest through New niniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiimiiiiHiiiim umi '
t\\- Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time.
conditions of Florida and her people i Rock ballast. No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated
I'' I booklets of summer tourist resort, rates sleeping .
should be better today than it has car reservations and other information address, .

ever been before. I \ I i) H. C. BRETNEY,

tised Florida and injured has been by adversely people who adver-have I) I?' I .. Florida 134 Ptutoier West Bay Aged Strut, W. M. SLEMONS t

not scrupled to injure her fair name V I i JACKSONVILLE. FLJL ,

for the furtherance of their own ends. I

Deception has been practiced in sell-

ing lands. But that is a thing of the

past. The sate is now going ahead on h a Fdre3920I New Goods Arriving |Daily

a substantial basis. The get-rich- .,DAILY 8ETWEENad .

quick propositions have been eliminated BUFFALOEVELAND& \"".

Florida appealing to the peo- .
ple of other states because she has .

something substantial to offer. She I
has inducements for capital and labor ;- I f

and for enterprises. She has .r We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
millions of acres of productive landsin ,;
made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
i "King Quality" Shoes.
which there has never been a plow THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" I

share. Lragth SOO feet;bcMau>odaling 1300 ps eo. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
She has millions of acres of virgin ben Crater in'*t larger in all propartioo* ncber in all ajtjininlnnli-thia any eta oa
timber. She has millions of acres fit IIIui tasters of the world. la aemo J15th." Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Wnificent StMmers"SEEANDBEE. "Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"

for groves and orchards, farms and Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Ma, ht to Dec.i.t &: Ce. Best place in the city to trade.
gardens. She has the finest climatein 4 Lave Bdalo ':00 P.H. lea.OevdaBj ':08 P.11.
Arrive Cleveland 7JO A..M. Arrive Bd..I lo 7.30 A.H. t i
the world. She is the only state (Eaatcrm Standard Time)
where a sub-tropical climate is just Coniwtioot atOCT: U fa Pa ie.Bay.ToledoDetroitudall potntsTestsnd5oatbwest.R.nro.dtlsket.
reading bctwen Bmflalo sad Cleveland are god fortnuportatioaoa
ow oteaawn.
outside the gates of great centers of Ask yose ticket ajrat for bckouraC&B.Line. Write w for handsome illustrated booklet few.

American population. She is within THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, 0. W. M. SLEMONS ,
twenty hours of practically sixty mil.
lion people. She has the land to produce -
it, and the water and the rail to URANGE AVENUE i iIlilMMiiillMMI
J i
duce it and the yater and the rail
To the West and NorthwestVIA "
transportation to get it to the market. tltiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIllliltMHMMM -

There are thousands of acres in Flor- I

ida that acre millions of produce fruit more and annually acres vegetables.that over will$1,000per Thereare pro- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE- FLYER AND 'tl!!!!!;!:: ; 1 1I

duce that of the much.world close There where are the no land sections is souTh ATLANTIC LIMITED :" I I MMMIIIIiMIM : ': : ;

to and
so productive, so market 1.11.,1. I
can be had at so low a price. Dixia Dixie
t Florida isn't anxious for land in Limited Flyer SOUTH ATLAN'nC LIMITED 1
; y Orlando A. C. 1..1Uam 1:13pm I y Orlando. ........................ 1:11pm Gas
vestors. What Florida needs is more r JacUonrilJe" A. C. 1.... 6:46 am 7:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7;30 piliy Our New Line of Ranges :
home makers. We need the people Jacksonville, A. C. L... ':Si am 8:25 pm' y J Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 1:15 pm -
y Waerou, A. C. L..ll:50am 10Zpm y Waycrou A. C. 1. .............lOOpm
{ more than we need their money. Brains r Macon G. s. F....... 5:13pm 4:1am r Macon. G. S. Ii F. .............. 3:44 am -- Will be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
' and brawn in demand than r Atlanta" c.. of GL...... 1:03pm ''iZ5U11 r Atlanta, C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am
are more r Chattanooga W. A A..1lhm l1Shm r Kno ville" 1.. N. .............lZUpm consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell f
great sums of money to be investedin r Corbin L Ii N. ................ 1:11 pm them at the following reductions during June:
for r Nashville. N. C. A SL L. 4:50 am 4:50 pIB r Louisville" 1. 2.t N. .............. 9:00 pm
lie decades
land and allowed to
Ar St. Louis, L C. A 1.Ii N. %:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis "L 1. ............ 1:50 am Old Price Will Sell For
waiting for growing values. We need Ia Lexington L Ii N. ............ i:50 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$40.00 $30.00 I
i the small farmers with capital enoughto At llopktnsNle 1. & N........... 0:27 pm lor Cintinanti. LAN. ............. 8:50
small themselvesand Ar Evansville 1. Ii N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. Ii L ..........1:20 pm pm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00
buy farms, equip Ar Tern Haute C. Ii E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01.. r Grand Rapids G. R. A L ....... %:45 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
put their farms into a productivestate. 1M Chie&lOo c.. Ii Eo L..... 1:50pm 6:50a.m r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15amI 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . 20.00 17.50
For those-there is room for '--

several millions.-Florida Developer.First I Solid train DIXIE composed LIMITED of section drawing. I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July .
com sleeping can, observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
and dining ear, between Jacksonville and 'drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches .
class Brazing a specialty at IIU't and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, andJacksonville.
Warman's Repair Shop O' Court St. ar between Jacksonville and St Louis Louisville
ana Indianapolis;
j 125tf. r
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping between
car Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted con. Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between Orlando Water & Light Company
artment observation sleepers and efoetlk
Have the Sentinel follow you dur igbted section drawing-room sleepers. First Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ing the summer months. Address lass coaches and smoking car.. Dining carerves and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
meals a la carte. service between Atlanta tad Cincinnati -.a z Gas DepartmentlilJIIIIMMMMMfiMMIIMIIMMiMt I"II
changed as often as desired. Subscribe

now-$1.25 for three months. FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN U-...., AND U41 *. CJa GHL a *
W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Ateat. W. IX YHH' t Dip alt ..Apat.AftanCc I'' 2.t !
Job printing at the SentineL. CoatLbe, Orbndo


ti ; .
... n r : 1.

3 tl

--- = ----

SAFE Friday morning at 5 o'clockour
4.ON" Father in Heaven took home our
DEPOSITBQXES beloved brother and friend, George
Durdin, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Durdin, of Maitland, Fla.

Mr. Durdin was at the age of 27,
"Are State Bank of Orlando just in bright manhood, and during
the; 27 years of his life he had gainedthe
; love of every one who met him, .
Certificates Negotiable? for he was honest upright and >;:::. :..::;

straightforward in every way. He 1-
They are. Our Certificates of De- only lived for his family and friends. : -
His heart always to r1 j--
open everyone
posit may be transferred to other par- when suffering and in need. I .. \ o :

ties by endorsement without disturb- George was born in Rutledge, Ga., A liaT1{ ) '1 rUiJlltiB( :'J:
February 4. 1887, but his father :
ing the accumulated interest, at any moved to Sanford, Fla., when he wasa
small boy of six ears. There he ,. .
time. gained the love of old 5 ana young by -. : I I) I :) .j) ;

The 4 per cent interest will be always being such.willing a sweet to do, honest for others.little Later boy, ;p X'l5( 'Y'lJtB' \

ready for the rightful owner when pre- his family moved to Maitland, wherehe

sented for payment at maturity. The spent the greater part of his noble "Since I began turning a regular amount over to mf

Certificate may be renewed with the life.Mr.. Durdin traveled, a great deal wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry

interest added in, if preferred. by and working peach packing in the orange business.and He tomato had ; over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

made a success of this work when he has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great .

was taken sick three years ago with business head.".
consumption. During this work in .
oranges and such like he gained the
love of all companions by being so I \ 'rf1i1rcz; Y.OfJ/\j'l(
honest with them all. The boys often }
gave him their money to keep for
them, for they knew it was in honest can do wonders toward helping her husband get ahead

hands. Mr. Durdin also in the early : if she is given a chance to run her home on a business
111111111111111111111111,1"1,11111111,11111" ,,. part of his life worked much in the
cattle business. It is said of him that :. basis.
he was worth any four men, for it .:..
We Will Put the Reinsof seemed he understood how to manage .:.:.. Come in and start an account for your wife here; :; :.

everything. we will give her the benefit of other women's experfences. -
During the last two years of his
Success in YourS life he spent in his family circle and '.; '.:
everything possible was done to kill .
the dreadful disease, but God only .. ... .. ... Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you." \.....,. '-.'. -i:
r Hands. saw fit to take him home. For about .
eighteen months he fought hard to : :
I live, but during the past six months [:" ; ;;
How? By furnishing witha I of his life he gave himself up to the ; .0
you care of God and so longed for his
Father in Heaven to take him home. ,-
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative tired of and ......-
i He was so suffering .. .. -. .. ... .
call\ on you He will give you a waiting the call.and Never was fully complaining ready to of go his at <;} : : .

suffering. During the last day of his O I I Wac :" D t ,(j 0"--
formula that will make and ; II l' '"' .
mature life he seemed to know he was to go . .
that night for he spoke often of it ; ; :: c. .
your fruit all day and seemed so bright and
; happy all day.
.. . .
Drs. McEwan and Edwards were : :: .\...: > .-,. ; .'. ... .:: : ;;.0; ..t-::<: ::::::. .:;
his faithful doctors, also Dr. Beardall, ..
his old friend and school mate. Dr.
Beardall was with him in his last : -
hours and did all possible to relieve IIIMMMMMMMtMltlHIMMIMtMIMIMMMIiIMMIiilMMMMillMftHHIII ''MMMMHMMMIHII f
k 4 Ti nti rn rtili r Co. all his night.suffering, which had been severe IIMMItlUHMHtiiiimilllHHilllttMIIIIIIHMMHIMI.', 1 ... ... .

One sister Mrs. 0. H. Tanner, and

ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIMMmtltimiilMOiMtlMMIMMIMMMHMIIIH one brother were absent at the time ..HMIIMtHMIMIHIMMMMMIMiiMIIIMMIIHItlttlllllllllUt*.
of his death, and the brother, Mr.
1 John Durdin, could not be reached by;
t wire. The grieved sister came just
5 five minutes too late. THE
- -
George had so endeared himself to GRAND THEATER H
; MlllllimMltMlimMHIMMMIIIMMiMllilM* his family and friends during his long

i illness they seemed never to grow
weary of doing for his comfort. ,
a COWPEAS Such devotion and love shown to
r him by his tender and gentle sister: ,
Julia, was never before witnessed.She COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN
i" V
was by his bedside day and night
doing for his comfort. He was her
-- only thought. She never left him or I "HiMMMIMIIMIHMMIIHMMMIHMIMMmillMMIttMHitltiMXOJDJ
never seemed to grow tired of stay- :
ing by his side, and he often said he I
We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- could not bear to see her out of his I Y

/ sight. She seemed to soothe and :
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming I comfort him when all else failed, and I "
to the last hour was at his side and : "The Howze Sisters, those nifty entertainers. Born
quantity desired. Price sure right. she seemed as though her life would '
with his. in Ragtime Land. New day.
songs every
go \
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of And the loving mother: Oh! how I

her heart ached to see her bdy suffer, I "
i all kinds. and how she tried to hold him back : "An Hour Ot Terror, a Biograph drama.

to life.
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- There is now a vacancy in the I "
"The Woman in Black Vitagraph comedy.
., home that can never be filled, for I a
riers, etc. Phones 181191. George was the idol of his home and

l trusted friends. him.Every child even loved and I "The Message in the Rose," an Edison drama.

IF. F. Dutton But one comfort we all have is that
we know we can meet George in our "Broncho Billy's True Love an Essanay drama.
home above, for his last words were, ,
SANFORD, FLORIDA "I am going to my rest above" andas
death closed his eyes every trace I
1 5-15-tf. of suffering and pain left the beauti- You Can't. Equal Them.Special .

ful face of one so loved by all, and a i
peaceful, happy smile came over the
r tt4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGllllllllllllllllllllllllllltf face ever of and him ever.who had gone to rest for- Music by "That Orchestra."

Mr. Durdin was laid to rest Satur-
day morning at 10:30 in the church
a cemetery, Rev. Barze, of Winter Park, CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
saying the last tender and beautiful
words over one we must only remem-
ber in heaven. The words were beau- Friday-"THE MASTER MIND." One great feature.
tiful and sweet to all who knew the
noble life of George. "Asleep in lOc 20c ,
Jesus," "When the Roll Is Called Up
: Stock Reducing Sale Yonder." and "I'am Coming Home"
t were sung in the church over the I HI,,,,,itiii0lillS' "HiHHMitiittmittiitimtimi 1'
iliiiiiiilllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllal 11111111111,111111111110111"
body that had gone home.
Mr. Durdin leaves a father, mother, I HMIMMItllltlllitM
: Continued 30 Days three- sisters n four brothers t.n mnurn I
rfithi i *
the loss son, a loving who were actually sufferingfrom growth is broken, the spread of the Screen the doors and windows ol your
brother and his friends
we, ,
extend many the it.This disease is stopped in this particular home, of your living rooms, dining
our entire sympathy to
suggests the idea that it is direction. rooms, kitchens and bath r oms.
KSSBSIAKLTOU&DUMAgents grieved ones. there two of Screen the windows of the bed looms
The beautiful flowers sel- possible that any given section or Theoretically are ways
dom seen many that were placed to are mark territory may be freed from this infection breaking in upon this cycle; first, by and over the beds have nets and tuck
; and that it is possible has the destruction of the mosquito, the them in carefully before you retire.
the love of his friends. Mr.
for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Durdin was always many a lover of-flowers been proven over large areas in dif- sole agent of carrying the disease, or The screen is as necessary a partof !
its from human host to the Florida home as its roof. This
and music, which showed purity of ferent parts of the world. Indeed, germs, one bul
heart and soul. Friends knew him the Southern Medical association, another. While it is possible to pre- statement may be questioned, stop
Patterns only to love him. through a commission of able physi- vent the breeding of the mosquito locally and think about it before you denyit.
cians, is now working out the detailsof destroying the breeding placesby A roofless house would Ijp no
a a comprehensive campaign by filling up or draining wet spots, more a menace to health during the
.. . .. ... . ..IIIIIIIII.IIIIIII.IIIIIII.'j.. MALARIAFamiliarity which the Southern States are to be ,or by the use of kerosene on the surfaces larger part of the year in Florida
emancipated from malaria. It is indeed I of stagnant waters, yet it is evident than a house without screens. \
breeds indifference possible, but the most important, that the destruction of the entire These facts regarding malaria are

RUBE WADDELL SUBJECT OF A fully told. Year before last down at Even the constant presence of dan- because most difficult element in this mosquio crop by any known means is 'I not fresh revelations to intelligent
who havelong
ger loses its terrors for us when we campaign will be the co-operation of a practical impossibility.The Floridians or to those
BIG SYNDICATE STORY Hickman, Ky., the Rube was with me can't escape it or when we become the people, of the victims themselves, second measure of preventions resided here but even Floridian become -
at Christmas time. A convinced that the process required to who are the actual sufferers. by the protection of the human be- careless and indifferent and
storekeepercalled rid ourselves of it is more compli- Every person who has this diseaseis ing from the bite of the mosquito, need reminders of the dangersthatthreaten
Rube Waddell, the baseball star me up Christmas eve and told cated than the danger itself. the center of infection and of danger whether it be infected or not. The them. And malaria is one
who about him within anopheles is dormant or idle during of these dangers, but one that my be
died in Texas some time ago, the Rube inviting everybodywho This has wide application in Florida to those a
was the subject of me was to a considerable list of diseases large radius. The germs of malariain daylight hours. It gets busy in the removed and avoided. J
a page syndicate passed the store to step in and that are actually preventable or, at the blood of the patient are absorbed early evening and holds high carnival
story appearing in the TimesUnionof get fitted for a pair of gloves. The least, possible of restriction far be- by the mosquito in its bite, throughout the night. It is during "THE MASTER MIND AT '1HE
Sunday. Rube was coach for Rol merchant thought the Rube had gone yond their present prevalence. Malaria and passing through certain stages of these hours that Floridians in partic- GRAND '
lins of these. development in the mosquito, these ular should be watchful against this
college several years ago, and daffy, and wanted to know if he is one The disease is
the will be of I usually considered a necessary ac- germs are transmitted to new victimsby pest.It. "The Maser Mind," with Edmund
story interest
great to should stop him. I told him 'no to used to be considered that the
companiment of new and undeveloped the same mosquito and the pro- Breese again in the leading roSa, is
his many friends in Orlando. The let Rube have his fun, and if he countries, and the popular fancy, cess is repeated indefinitely and with bite of the mosquito was nothingmore a motion picture production rom t
following clipping is made from the couldn't pay for it I would. He gave even in these modern and enlightenedtimes increasing vigor from the beginningof than annoying. Medical science the now studios of the Jesse L. Lasky Feature -
story, which was written by Billy accepts the fable that it comes the warm season to its close. has shown that it is dangerous, thatis Play company, and is booked for
Murphy away pair. from the mists and miasmas arising During the winter and when the the attack of certain of the many at the Grand theater on
: "Rube was lonesome and the Christ- from wet places. temperatures generally fall below 60 varieties of these insects not of all, appearance Friday of this week, when local movie
Memory of Rube Waddell will live mas spirit was upon him and hecouldn't The only basis for truth in such degrees Fahrenheit, the anopheles although it may some time be discov- fans will have an opportunity to see
forever in the heart of Joe Cantillon, I imaginings is that such conditions mosquito can not carry the infection, ered that each variety has a menace this brilliant dramatic star in the
manager of the Minneapolis Millers. do anything else that would favor the breeding of the anopheles but the germs of the disease are per- all its own. And. so it is best and I most fascinating role of his career.
Joe has fresh bunch of stories have brought him more pleasure. mosquito, by which the germs are car- petuated in a more or less dormant safest to take no chances with any of !.
a on ried from the malaria infected indi- condition__ _______ in the blood of the human them.
--- ---- --- -- -
the Rube every time you see him.. vidual to other individuals who up to host, or patient. No mosquito can penetrate a sub- Don't wait for every one in town before to
"Rube's big heartedness has never FOR RENT-Store N. E. Corner that time are free from the infection. There is thus a cycle of develop- I I stantial wire screen properly put up. have Entrican, the painter to look,
Church and Court streets. Applyat which the infects Therefore, surround your porches you try. Am too busy you
been exaggerated, said Joe. "In Even in such surroundings the disease T. it by mosquito 636 and I will be "- t.".
fact his 123 Court street, up stairs. would be impossible unless it were ".1 and man infects the mosquito,, with screens. See that they are put up. Phone 1-20-tf '
fenerosity never has been 6-7-lwk brought from other localities by per- I and if at any stage this circle of and kept in place and in good order. job.