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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS .

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1914. NUMBER 100:

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IF ROAD TO OSCEOLA LINE 'BEST AND [ASIESI &lOOMS" DAIRIES f FOUND -
ANNOUNCES ATLANTA WOMAN PROCEEDS TO Bf IN fm RST T CARRANZA WILL NOT.SEND

S IS NOT BUILT THROUGH SAYS SUrT. MfKINN FULL LIST OF BANKS TO PROTECT HER lASS CONDITION DELEGATES TO THE '

FROM ORLANDO
FOR ATLANTA RIGHTS IN VARIOUS PEACE MEETINGS '
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,w Class Applicants Was Not Large DISTRICT AND SUNDRY WAYS Sanitary Commissioner Robertson -

UNfAIR TREATMENT IS TH R CLAIM But They All Got Through in Makes Rounds and Is Pleased at AffAIRS REACNlNG tliMAX RAPIDLY


Allotted__Time SYSTEM EMBODIES THREE[ GROUPS' AC QUITTED Of KILLING HER HUSBAND Result of His Inspection I i

PROMINENT CITIZENS WILL CARKANZA JUNTA EXPECTS

f PRESENT A PETITION FIRSTs The examinations for the applicants Sanitary Commissioner H. Clark VILLA TO

AND IF THAT IS NOT EFFECTIVE : to obtain license to teach which HERE ARE 126 BANKS IN GROUP MRS. APPELBAUM TAKES TO Robertson made the rounds of the TAKE MEXICO CITY
WITHIN
closed: yesterday were the best and I 1, 125 EACH IN GROUPS 2 MANICURING AND HAIRDRESSING dairies yesterday, and was pleased THIRTY DAYS WHEN
THEY WILL BRING PROCEEDINGS
I easiest since he has been in.the officeof AND 3; PEOPLE'S NATIONAL AND PUTS with what he found, for all the dairies MATTERS ARE EXPECTED TO

IN COURT superintendent, according to Supt.J. BANK NAMEDIN FACIAL CREAM ON were discovered to be in first. class ADJUST THEMSELVES

F. McKinnon. I sanitary condition.
ORLANDO THE MARKET
The citizens of Taft are wroughtup Supt. McKinnon said that the ex- Commissioner Robertson was accompanied -
Washington, June 6.-Special.-( )
over the action of the county com- aminations were frequently filled I by Inspector McIntosh. Carranza 1
today put an end to the reports -
misisoners in their intention not to with catch questions, and that the Washington, June 6.The treasurydepartment Atlanta, Ga. June 6.-Mrs. Callie Some time ago the council practically that he would send delegatesto

build the brick road the entire distance answering or failure to answer such has issued a list of the Scott Appelbaum, accused of killingher discontinued the milk test as being of the
peace parley to confer on the
from Orlando to the Osceola questions[ did not necessarily indicate banks by groups in the Atlanta federal husband in a room in the Dakota little value. The test was being'made'or establishment of a provisional

county line. According to the plansof the fitness or lack of capability of reserve district. The compila- hotel two years ago and later acquitted butter fat only, though the dutiesof and other affairs in Mexico.government

the commissioners four miles will the applicants to teach. He wasleased tion shows 126 banks in group No. 1 in the state courts after a sensa the inspector embraced inspection His
position appears to be unalterablethat
be lopped off the road which runs past that the questions this time and 125 each in groups No. 2 and 3. tional trial, has the unique claim of of the dairies. he will not consider mediation

Taft, only nine miles of it being constructed showed such an improvement in this There are 36 Georgia, 34 Alabama, being the only woman in Atlanta, pos- It has been some time since the plan that proposes to any settle

The commissioners claim line. 17 Florida, 5 Louisiana, 10 Mississippi sibly in the world, who has copy dairies were subjected to an inspec- even discuss the internal affairs or of

that the bond money will be insuffi- There were twenty-six who took and 25 Tennessee banks in group righted all her names, all her picturesand tion, and the visit of the sanitary I Mexico. A message to this effect was

cient to complete the system laid out, the examinations, ten whites and the N o. 1. : has actually patented her face. commissioner and the inspector was received from Carranza today by a

and that of all the roads in the pro- others colored. There were only In group No. 2 there are 44 Georgia She says she did it for two reasons, without warning to the dairymen local member of the constitutionalistjunta.

posed system the Taft road is the one three applicants. for first class license 26 Alabama, 19 Florida, 7 Mississippi to keep the newspapers from writing For that reason it was the more pratfying .

which has the least travel and for all white. and 29 Tennessee. No Louisiana things about her and for use in the that they were found to be. i in It in
was answer to a query if
that reason should be the one to await The grading committee will do its banks are listed in this group. book she has been working on for good; condition.As there
was any foundation for the va-
completion. work next week, beginning tomorrow. Group No. 3 shows 36 Georgia, 30 months-the story of her life. the summer season approachesCommissioner ious reports that under pressure

The attitude of the Taft citizens is Heretofore the grading committeehas Alabama, 17 Florida, 4 Mississippi i This is what she told a reporter Robertson is taking all from the United States he had consented -

quite different. They assert that they been set to work after the first and 38 Tennessee. No Louisiana who interviewed her recently regarding due precautions to see that the sanitary to send delegates to Niagara

voted for the road bonds because they day's examination, and had the papersgraded banks are in this group. the suit for her husband's insurance laws are complied with. At who would be empowered to agree to

were _assured that the first highway almost as soon as the examination The banks for Florida follow: money pending in the courts at Friday's session of council he asked a temporary ,armistice with Huerta

to be constructed would be the one was completed, but because Group No.1, Florida-Arcadia, Athens, Ga, for authority to buy a ton of lime, and discuss the establishment of a

from county line to county line, and irregularities had arisen in some First National bank; Gainesville,, "I have obtained copyrights on all and was granted permission to par provisional government that the Car-

that as a result of that assurance counties as a result of this practiceit First National bank, Florida National my names," she said, "my maiden chase anything that was needed to ranzistas answering the mediators'
Taft almost solid vote in favorof was discontinued. bank Jacksonville Atlantic keep the city in sanitary condition.
a National
gave ; name, my name of Mrs. Callie Scott last note admitted that they had not
the issue, there being only three bank, Barnett National bank Florida
Appelbaum, my name as Mrs. JeromeA. fully decided the best manner in

votes against it. National bank, Heard National bank; Appelbaum, the name of my first which they should make known the
101BIH MIGHT CAUSE[ WM.Rij SAW MN[ IN DEAD Of NIGH T
They also resent the assertions Key West, Island City National bank; husband which I am using now, and constitutionalists' position to the me-

made by some that the tax payers of Miami, First National bank; Pens a- {my name as the owner of a face diators. It is thought tonight that a
KDEATH[ [ [ TAKING 8o ij Y T 1NE[ LAKE[
the county should be given the firs cola, American National bank, Citizens i I cream preparation. note will be sent to the mediators tomorrow -

chance at the brick roads, because the' and Peoples National bank, National "I have also copyrighted every photograph outlining their position. .

Taft section affords some of the heav Bank of Commerce; St. Augustine of myself in existence andhave The constitutionalists here declare
His\ Physician Says Throat Troubl New Witness in the Boone Murder
iest tax payers in the county, and First National bank; St. Petersburg patented my face. Why my ] l lCasols that mediation is certain to fall

'i that their rights should be considered Is Serious and His Patient Can't Central National bank; Tampa, face Because I use that in advertising Found by Officers It through. They state that with a continuation -

Furthermore, they contend that s 0 Write for Palsy I American National bank, Exchangebank my face cream. at St. Petersburg of victories in the north,

long as Orange county fails to build First National bank. "The other copyrights I took or,1 Villa will soon be in Mexico City.

the connecting link to the Osceola Washington, June 6.-John A. Gar Group No. 2, Florida-Arcadia, De- because I want to use the names and St. Petersburg, Fla., June 6.-If The constitutionalists appear certain

,' county line that,the commissioners o f ver, attorney for William Rockefeller,, Soto National; bank; Bartow Polk the pictures in my book. I have been the story of Hall Yadish, who lives that the Antlla will be allowed too

Osceola county will have no incentivto today presented to the Interstate County National bank; Bradentown, writing on it for months, the story of I on Pine street, told this morning t i land arms at Tampico. These arrangements -

build from Kissimmee to the county Commerce Commission a statement, First National bank; Chipley, First] my life. My friends say it will make Police Chief Easters is true, then'1 they say, will give them

line, and that the gap will remainunbuilt that according to Mr. Rockefeller: National bank; Fernandina, First National interesting reading and I think it will 1 1 there is evidence that W. D. Boone, Mexico City within thirty days. The

for an indefinite time. physician, it would be dangerous for bank; Fort Myers, First National because I have had a very remarkablelife. whose body, stark naked, was foundin Antilla is due Wednesday night.

Messrs. W. G. Sphaler, A. J. Richardson Mr. Rockefeller to come to Washington bank; Gainesville, GainesvilleNational Reservoir lake several days ago,

and J. E. Tracy, three of the and testify in the commission: bank; Key West, First National "I copyrighted those things, too, I to was murdered in some place and the VILLA DENIES THAT HE HAS

leading citizens of Taft, called at the' investigation of New Haven affairs, bank; Lakeland, First Nationalbank keep the papers from printing stories body carried to the lake and thrown BROKEN WITH CARRANZA

.: Sentinel office last night to voice Mr. Garver told of a serious condition ; Live Oak, First National bank; about me. You see, I am trying to into the water. Chihuahua, June ,6.-(Special.)-

an emphatic protest against the proposed of )lr. Rockefeller's throat and said Madison, First National bank; Mar i- live down all that old horror. I am Yadish told Chief Easters _today Villa today emphatically denied the

action of the commissioners the physician feared the giving of: anna, First National bank; Ocala, I an innocent women. I told all the that on the night Boone was first report that there had been any break

They said that they would seek firs testimony would aggravate the affliction Ocala National bank; Orlando, People's truth at my trial. I never tried to missed he happened along near the between him and Carranza because of

to change the decision of the board by; to an extent that might be fataL National bank; Palatka, PutnamNational dodge a single question. lake about 11 o'clock and was passedby the appointment of General Panfilo

presenting a petition, and if that wa: It was impossible for Mr. Rockefelleto bank; Quincy, First National "But I didn't leave Atlanta after two men, who had what he took Natera as commander in chief of the
bank St. Cloud, First National bank]
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not effective they would proceed legally write, the attorney said, as he wa St. ; ward. I am no quitter. I sta'edright to be a sick person on a stretcher, central zone. Villa declares the appointment
Petersburg. First National bank
to prevent the expenditureany of afflicted with palsy. ; here. I took my old name and the body covered with a cloth. He was made with his full
Tallahassee
First National bank.
of the bond money until the commissioners Chief Counsel Joseph'WT. Folk asked< went into my business, manicuringand says one of the men was a fairly knowledge and was in no sense a

ordered the road built if Mr. Rockefeller had not recently I Group No.3. Florida-Alachu, hair dressing, and I have managed large man, wearing a light colored slight upon him and will not in the

through to the county line. They wl attended meetings of the New Have First National bank; Brooksville, to make a living. I guess thereare : shirt and a straw hat. This is said least affect his loyalty to the consti-

hold an interview with Chairman M I. board. Mr. Carver replied Mr. Rock First National bank; DeFuniak mighty few people here who to fairly describe the appearance of tutionalists' cause.
Springs First National bank Fe
,
0. Overstreet tomorrow and discus: efeller's attendance at such meeting; ; r know me as Mrs. Appelbaum. the man Kennedy, now held in jail at -
nandina, Citizens National bank Fort
the question with him. was largely formal, that it was something ; "As soon as I finish my book I will! ,Clearwater waiting for preliminary IIUERTA'S CUNBOATSTOBLOCK
Meade First National bank
Grace-
"The argument that the travel ove he was in the habit of doing ; sell it for a good price and leave here hearing and charged with the murderof ADE TAMPICO
ville, First National bank Lake City
r the Taft road is not heavy is no argument and involved no nervous strain. First National bank; Milton; First, I'm not seeking notoriety. I do not Boone. Tampico, June 6.-(Special)-Military -
want blood It will be blood White who is in the Governor Carballero has notified
;, at all, said :Mr. Sphaler. "T he National bank; Panama City First money. Barney city

r other afternoon after receiving tiM e FOURTEEN DROWNED WHE National bank; Perry, First National I money perhaps-to publish my story., jail for vagrancy, is also said to have American Consul Miller that he has
Sentinel containing the article aboutthe j but the public owes me that much for stated that one night some time awhile go been informed that Huerta's gunboats
PLEASURE BOAT SINKS bank; Plant City, First National
decision of commissioners I bank; Punta Gorda, First National I all I have suffered." he lay on a table in the rear are on the way to Tampico to either

counted thirteen automobiles within London, June 6.Special.Four.teen ( ) bank; Sanford, First National bank; of a loca. aloon a man whom it is blockade the port or bombard the city.

a short time passing over this road,, men were drowned in the Thames Sarasota First National bank; Win- BASEBALL RESULTS alleged he said was Kennedy, came Caballero says he informed Consul

and I don't hesitate to say that this tonight when the pleasure steamer terhaven, Snell National bank. into the place with another man whom Miller of the impending blockade so

the worst road in the state of Florida Oriole was run down and sunk by National League he did not recognize. That they that the monitor Ozark might be given -
Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia 2. talked about the Boone and an opportunity to withdraw if she
case one
today. The people of Taft have the Corinthian, of the Allen line. SAILOR KILLED IN BOILER EXPLOSION
never had any road; they have never __ Boston 4, Cincinnati 6. of them remarked that they alone wishes to avoid mixing up in any
had any work on their roads to -- -- -- '--- Brooklyn 7, Chicago 5. knew about Boone's money and the fighting that might eventuate.
curred in all that Mr. Sphaler said,
amount New York 6, St. Louis 4. woman and child. Just what was
to anything; they have not and added their own testimony to the Washington, June 6.-Rear Admiral
had American League meant by the woman and the childis ARTIFICIAL LEG WORTH $8,000
even the return of the taxes
they
; advised the
feeling of the Taft people. They said Badger navy department I
jF pay in for road in short Detroit 3, Philadelphia 2. not known to the police here, but BEING HELD FOR HEIR __
purposes; they could get a petition in a short today that the body of Bernard Glom-
Chicago 1, New York 1. Eight in- they will question White further to
they've had in the
nothing of
way time : killed the boiler
signed by fifty property owner: set, by explosion onhe
road nings; rain. ascertain if he is telling the truth. Denver, Colo., June 6.-An artifi-
improvement and when
we wen protesting against the action of the cruiser Salem off Puerto Mexico, i
promised that the brick road would St. Louis 3, Washington 5. cial leg worth $8,000, the property
commissioners. Tuesday, would be shipped to the
be built through to the Cleveland 3, Boston 4. NELSON WHITNEY WINS AMATEUR of Henry C. Wise, who died recentlyat
county line )lr. Tracy said they would prefer United States on the collier Nerus
we turned in and Federal League I GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP a local hospital, is today in the
the
helped
carry to get out of Orange county and join next Monday. Glomset was a coal
f bond issue with the understandingthat Pittsburg 8, Baltimore 2. Memphis Tenn., June 6.Sp( possession of the public administrator
t Osceola if they were not given passer.
we were at last to profit to some I I a Brooklyn 4, Buffalo 9. cial.)-Nelson B. Whitney, of New awaiting an heir.
deal in this matter. As he
I extent by the money that the county i i i square girds it the county commissioner'f re- TWO I Kansas City 7, St. Louis 4. Orleans, won the southern amateur Wise, said to have been a wealthy
DEAD
would spend in building ': AS RESULT OF A Indianapolis 3, Chicago 11. golf championship title this afternoon Texas oil man, was found unconsciousin
1, a system :
'
have broken faith with the le.
} brick roads. :1 peop FAMILY FEUD Southern League by defeating Perry Adair, t in his room in a hotel. An examination -
a I All the people of Taft want is
"We need the road there because ,. a I Memphis 9, Montgomery 8. 15 year old Atlanta marvel, 14 up and of his artificial leg after death
square deal, he says, and they are Poplarville, Miss., June 6. John
Nashville 5 I revealed
0 13 certificates
we have none at present whereas the Birmingham to go. Whitney defeated Adair of deposit
going to insist on having it. Lee
Y road between Zellwood and Apopka"and and Boyd Ladner, prominent Atlanta 6, New Orleans 0. this morning 12 up, and at no time amounting to $8,000 concealed there-

the road to Conway, are already Already they have consulted attor.ne's farmers, killed each other today as Mobile 8-2, Chattanooga 21. during the play did Adair have the in. The certificates were on banks
with a view of bringing suitfor for
i good day roads and are good the result of a family feud of long South Atlantic League slightest chance to win. Whitney's at Sherman Texas.

'. several years yet, and could wait but injunction against the commissioner standing. Ladner shot Lee five Jacksonville 4, Columbia 0. play was that of a champion.A .
; They do not want to wait until
another times, three shots
going the
we can't wait, for we have through Savannah 4, Columbus 3. THE WEATHER
road
no regular meeting of the commissioners : heart, and Lee cut the throat of Lad- i
'h deserving the name." Albany 5, Charleston 0. sale on Carter's black ink at
:Mr. Richardson and :Mr. Tracy con- but will attempt to get action. ner. More trouble is feared as the Augusta 5, Macon 5. Five innings; I one-half price to close out. A b carFlorida: Unsettled Sunday and
qtr
before that time.
r relatives of both men made threats. 'rain. _eo\- gain. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0 Monday, with local thunderstorms.ay .


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THE'POINCIANA CLOSING OF ROBERT BROWNSVILLE PHILATHEA TO THE PEOPLE OF ORLANDO

HUNGERFORD SCHOOL CLASSA

The season of the Royal Poinciana The management of the Grand pmefl t

is at hand, and as a few items of interest Thursday, May 28, at which time pretty affair occurred in the having been the center for inquiry

relative' to this magnificent large crowds were present to witness South Brownsville M. E. church Tues- regarding the advanced prices for the And if you wish to hear the world's best music _

specimen of the plant world have same. This has been one of the day evening after the regular busi- following week, desires to make

accumulated on my file, since I wrote most successful years in the history' ness meeting of the Junior Philathea known to his supporters the true facts executed by the world's greatest artists -

about it last year, I wilt take it for a of the school As usual the numberof class, at which the engagement of surrounding this matter.To turn your ear this way when our Vic-

subject again.Hundreds people who attended the closingwas Miss Fannie Bond Smith and Mr. begin with it would be with tor and Edison Talkingmachines begin to play.

r of persons are deceivedas very large and as Calhoun Hall, Leroy Playford Honsaker, was an- pleasure that he would be allowedto

to the identity of this tree, and if which is our dining hall, is the larg- nounced.A produce the original contract with Nothing finer for the camp cr stimer

I can possibly clear up.some of the est room on the campus, all of thecommencement' large room was arranged in the the Film Company, wherein it states home. Come in and talk it over and see hew

mistakes that confuse those who are day exercises were class room, covers being laid for thir- that such pictures as produced by easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand

not certain in their identification of held in this building. Standing room ty-five. The color scheme pink and either the "Lasky" or "All Star"

it, it will be to the benefit of such per- was not available at some of the ses white and the center piece was a large Companies must be shown for at refining influence of the best music in

sons and in the interests of this grand sions. Friends expressed themselvesas basket of American Beauty roses. least lOc and 20 cents. On failing to your home or private apartments.

tree, too. highly pleased with all the exer The news was told in a very clever do so you forfeit your contract and

cises of the day. Rev. S. H. Savage, by of the place cards bond.
Let it first be understood that the manner means W. S. BRANCH

Royal Poinciana is a tree, not a Lakeland, Fla., delivered the baccalau- each one illustrating an incident in The pictures produced by these ,

shrub and it bloom reate sermon; Dr. S. A. Harris, San- the life of the bride-to-be, from infancy companies are positively superior to ,
although
may
when, it is only four years old, it ford, Fla., the address to the Relig- up to the announcement of her any others, and the patrons should The Arcade Book and Music Store

ious and Literary societies of the realize that they are seeing bet-
will then have a trunk 4 or 5 inchesin coming marriage, which was read by a

diameter, and will look like a tree. school and S. A. Downer, Jackson- the guests. A tiny white dove, bear- ter production for lOc and 20c than ,

There will be no danger of your call- ville, Fla., the commencement ad- ing a wedding ring were the favors, may be seen on the legitimate stage

ing the right Royal Poinciana a dress. Thursday evening the pupilsof apprising the guests that ,the en- for $2 and $3, as such shows can
the music school entertained a be staged better for pictures than for
' gagement would end in a June wed-
I shrub. It will have a broad, spread- I
packed house. Thus ended one of ding. the legitimate house.It .
ing top of dense foliage and each
the most succesful commencementsof has also been rumored that the :
large leaf, that will be foot or two The affair was planned by }1r<:. Ed-
the schooL__ ___ Grand was going to dispose of its
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long, will be made of very small gar W. Coldren, sister of th3 bride-

little leaves or pinnae set alng the to-be and Mrs. W. S. Bouton, teacherof orchestra. The management wishesto .
Next Sunday the Baptist people of state that as long as the people of ,
main rib and lateral ribs of this the class, and was a complete sur-
Orlando will hold their farewell serv- Orlando appreciate the fact that they
leaf. The leaves are deciduous, and prise to the girls. Those present !
ice in the present church building, can hear an orchestra equal to
here in Florida are usually shed by included the class, Mrs. Ashbel Smith, any
and early the following week the picture theater in the South and
November, but I found the tree in per- Mrs. Edgar W. Coldron, Mrs. George I. are Just arrived car load
work of demolishing the old structurewill willing to support the theater in or-
fect foliage over in Bermuda in No- Smith, Rev and Mrs. W. R. Moore.
begin, to the der that be maintained immediate -
vember.I preparatory early Miss Smith is a daughter of Mrs. they may FORDS for
erection of building. Until the just will this orchestra
a new so long ap-
Ashbel Smith and is one of Browns-
the 24th of
am writing on day new structure is finished the serv- villes' pear at the Grand. delivery.Get .
and here in Punta Gorda most popular young ladies,
May some ices will be held in the Lucerne thea- It is a pleasure to you to be able
of our Poinciana trees are in full and enjoys a large circle of friends.Mr. .
ter. to ten'others that Orlando has sucha
now
bloom and over around Miami theyare Honsawer is connected with theS. yours
-- -- musical organization. Does it
probably in bloom and have been L. Woodward furniture store at ,

blooming for ,the last two weeks. villea are described as being more Charleroi. They met about three mean anything to Orlando? F. G. RUSH,
magnificent than the Poinciana I shall Further action and discussion on
I have seen ours in full bloom in the years ago, a pleasant courtship, resulting Phone 226
never believe it until I see it it with which will terminate in this matter will be left to the discre-
latter of a i
part April, some years. my own eyes. It seems to me that it June wedding.-Brownsville Pa. tion of the people. You can have
Each individual flower is so large ,
that would would not be possible to add any- Miss Smth has spent two or three the best shows possible, accompanied iA
a tea-cup hardly coverit d'
and in thing to the perfection of this tree winters here with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. by one of the best orchestras justso /-
they are arranged great
and the in bloom, that would intensify it or Villenenoe at 700 W. Church street, long as you appreciate their value
clumps completely cover top
make it a grander sight.It enough to make their existence in
of the tree. There will be no leaves and has many friends who will be interested A
is a tree that cannot stand very in the coming event. your city possible, by means of your -"
showing at all, for, usually the leaves i
low temperatures and for this rea- presence at the Grand. I
follow the flowers just as you find
son, I suppose, it is not found in Cal- MAC TALL IAX, I
is done by so spring floweringtrees ARE SPEED LAWS OBSERVED
many _
ifornia. At least I did not see one in 6-6-2t Manager
and shrubs. Autumn flowersare :
travels out there and
shown with the leaves, but spring my nurserymen The automobile law of Connecticut II
told me that they were not suc- That the this fall inthe
orange crop
flowers usually come before the fixes a speed of 25 miles an hour, as :
cessful with it there.I northern end of the county is going _
evidence of reckless
leaves. You can thing of many where presumtious driv- ---
have thrifty tree that I to be stated
a young a splendid one was
this is the habit of the tree or the ing. Is this law being observed? A A
shrub. expected would bloom this year, but it very simple test is interesting. The by County Commissioner Sylvanus

failed to do so. It is as close to the Roberts, who is in the city today.
As the Royal Poinciana grows in test, as compiled by one motorist, is 1
salt waters of the bay as it can be Mr. Roberts states that the recent
age it becomes more and more beau- as follows:
and not let the waves lap its feet. showers came at an opportune time
tiful. One cannot convey the exact Drive between Bridgeport and New _. .. '
This spring I gave it a good dress- after a heavy bloom to set the fruit -
picture of what a gorgeous spectaclethis Haven on a week day at the rate of r "
ing of stable mulch, fertilized it with well, so that the trees are now loaded
tree is when it is at the heighth! 40 miles an hour and you will be overtaken &
20 pounds of commercial fertilizerand with small oranges. The weather
of its beauty. and passed by one car.
then covered the mulch with has been too dry for sweet potato Hammond Gore
The "Susie Hall" tree in our townis Drive at the rate of 25 miles an
chips. from our woodyard. Not having planting, but the farmers expect toget
at it greatest beauty right now, - hour and you will be passed by four
had to put any of its life energy the vines in the ground before
and no one that tree without FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAtMERS.
passes
into bloom, it is now well leafed out, cars.Drive the end of this month. Corn and watermelons -
paying tribute to its gorgeous displayof I at the rate of 20 miles an
while the blossoming trees have hard are showing up splendidlyin -----
color. This the branches i hour and will be overtaken by
year
you
ly a sign of leaves yet. the north end.-St Augustine Re- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
have a droop to them, such as an sixteen cars.
A certain class of trees and plants cord.
Elm tree has to its branches, and I Drive at the rate of 15 miles an COMPARE
that have pods like the Bean belongto
these are covered to the very tips the hour and you will be passed by sixty
family of Leguminosae and
with a profusion of vermillion red I
the Royal Poinciana is one of these, cars.We OUR FURNITUREWe
flowers, with just a slight touch of do not recommend these figuresas SUMMER TIME IS
but the Mimosas, the Acacias and :
clear gold marking them. strictly accurate for scientific pur-
the Erythrinas also have pods with provide the quality of furniture that has long
The flowers are followed by great poses. Still, in response to the query, FLY TIMEAre
seeds in them, and although they belong been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
flat pods two inches wide and from 8 "Are speed laws being observed?"
to.the great family of Legum- those windows screen standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
to 18 inches long, dark brown or we should say, "Yes, but not by au- : wouldn't be here it otherwise. We can't make
inosae it takes an exeprt to distinguish ed yet? Patented detachable It were

black in. color. I the difference between the I I tomobilists.-Bridgeport Telegram.The hangers used on- all : this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

Let this distinguishing feature of many different members of this fam- screens. No ladder needed : of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
this tree be especially noted, for by members of the Florida Coun-
ily. The seed has much to do with to take off or put on I __ -- -
it you are more likely to identify the Club of Jacksonville entertained
try when washing windows.
helping us to identify plants, and
Royal Poinciana than by any other you Monday at the annual mixed four- I McNeil & DAVIS BLOCK,
be the
can always pretty sure of Royal -
special characteristic. During the and dinner dance at the club- R.J.WALDRONContractor
Poinciana by its great, long, hard some Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.
past year I have received letters con- house on the banks of the St. Johns and Builder PA
eed-pod. I should know it by its
taining leaves, flowers, pods and seedsof The match J
river at Oretga. was played 410 West Street
bark, the way in which it branchesand
various shrubs and trees that have on the links during the afternoonand ii I'L' .
by its leaves, even if I did not
been mistaken for the Royal Poinciana was participated in by a numberof ) ''I.
see its flowers, but one must live
but not one had these great dark golf enthusiasts, who have been

seed pods and by these shall you with you these can strangers use these for marks some time of iden-boor enjoying the mixed foursome duringthe ; ; :: : : : ; : ::;:: ::::: :::::: ::: ::::::::::::::::::::

know it. past season. Mrs. E. F. King
tification to know them.
I have heard of these different James H. Bacon the winners
and Mr. ,
Go out now and look at what
trees masquerading under the name call your Royal Poinciana and see you if j I were presented with handsome prizes. Orlando Bank & Trust Co

of Royal Poinciana:. the Jacaranda,
it bears the marks I have given you

Daubentonia, Acacia, Caesalpinia and you are then sure you have the I First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
pulcherrima, C'erodendron falax, En- Repair Shop o Court St.
real thing.-The Florida Grower. I 125tf.MIIMM'WMMMtnMMMMMMtMMtllMMIMIM.
terlobium and Parkinsonia.The ,

past week I received a bloom I I RESOURCESReal

from Winter Haven and the writer Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . $ 26,437.37

says the tree will be a great sight : Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14 1

when it is in full bloom. It is one : Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

of the Royal Poincianas, and we : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33

know now that the tree can be grownup I Co Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02

in that locality. Also' I was told

by some friend that a Jacaranda tree I ORLANDOWater $904,906.09

is blooming there for the first time, : LIABILITIES

and it is old. I inclined I -
am
-
seven years
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
to believe that the blossomingof I
: Re-DiscounU . . . . . . . None '
the trees is controlled by the feeding
& Light Co.electricity Bills payable . . . . . . . None
the water they receive. I have '

seen both this tree and the Royal Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
Poinciana bloom at four years of age,
Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
but they were well-fed and watered

as frequently as they needed it.
$904,906.09
There are several different typesof

the Royal Poinciana, and all, with

some few differences in their make- Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91 -

up. I have never examined these in : Gas Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

my own town, with any care, but

from the appearances of the trunk, its Increase in 37 days . . . . lZltUciol

manner of spreading its branches Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

and by the difference" "in the color of: Office:--No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
the flowers, I think we have three dif-

ferent kinds. One species has a great Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34

amount of salmon-red or ping i irl

the marking of the petals, and is not Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
6
No.
as handsome as those with the vivid Telephone The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and '

red petals marked with gold.In Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

the West Indian Islands the treesis friends and customers for making such a statement possible -

called Flamboyant and sometimes t ]

it is known as the Peacock Flower. ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS DRY WEATHER AFFECTS SHIPMENTS I I NEWSPAPER MEN LOSE ------ -------- I
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(By W. S. Branch) :! FLORIDA CATTLE I
South Florida SentinelMORNING fa--
l A peculiar connection with r
That the weather in the West
AND WEEKLY A Thought for Sabbath Morning I dry the Tuesday primary is that, so far I
t JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. I has so injured the early summer pas II heard from
as every newspaper man
-- --- the Lle t
-
tures great feeding
on cal
God means to make us like himself, who was a candidate was defeated.We .
Entered the postoffice at Orlando. Florida
at -
: as to place a deterrent on
ranges
u Second CIa i Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION and so pleasing to himself, and has may begin with Claude L'Engle, onion
shipping of Florida cattle to the
no other end in all the varieties of who lost his race for re-election to
RATES West for feeding purposes as has
Daily. 1 Year.........................$5.00 his gifts and bestowments, but only done for the last few is congress. Harry McCreary, of the r
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 this the production of character.-Al- been years, Gainesville Sun, who has been state
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 the statement of a cattle man in the
Dafiy. 1 Month ....................... .50 exander Maclaren. senator for years, was defeated by CORSETSI
city yesterday, who said he had received -
D. G. Roland this time. S. J. Triplett, I
a Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 a telegram from his partner,
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .'ii A fashion item is headed, "Always who went West a few days ago with editor of the Kissimmee Gazette, went 1
down to defeat, as did Joe Reese, who \
something new in veils." It might two car loads of cattle, and has not
TO ADVERTISERS: aspired to be a law maker. Clarence
also be said that there is frequently been able to place them to advantage I
Woods editor of receivedthe IJ"
an ability, I
y Copy for duplay! tad all _:her hand-set something quite old and faded behind )'et. The telegram also instructed
dnrtbinx Bust be handed in at the business I same medicine in Lake. Harry
a rice of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. them. I that no more cattle be shipped until I .
who is to
Floyd a newspaper man .tft
the day before publication. This rule applies
aWe t further orders, says the Times-Union.
to chances for contract dttrlieing; it i* the extent of writing very brilliant ..t
invariable and win be suet} adhered to. must be approaching the Mil ; How far reaching this effect will be w
special articles, lost out for the legis- '
lenium. The Jacksonville Gas Co. i can not be told by the cattle man in
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel ducon- lature in his county by twentysixout '
has reduced their rates for : question, for he did not know whether Y
tinued should notify the office in writing on voluntarily r/A:1
of total of 500. Tom
a Apple- :
1 the date of expiration otherwise it will be : rRI f fJ.
Now if the Association of Mas- the conditions met at the particular
continued at the regular subscription rates gas. yard, while not a newspaper man him- /
until notice to atop is received. ter Plumbers should take some such point to which they shipped their cat- I
self, is the son of a good one, and
action we might expect to see the end i i tie existed generally over the summer
SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1914. shared the fate which appears to have
world pasture belt of the middle West. /
of the most any morning. i :
been decreed. against the professionand
I believed however that it will
He '
its kin. Coming down to our own
The Kissimmee Gazette 1
Valley says be wise for the Florida cattle -
that Joe Sears defeated the "invin- Carry the news to the Hague and to begin giving more attention growers to county, C. C. Woodward, of the Tam- I t't ;rI J. )
the officials of the National Peace So- I =
cible Claude L'Engle." The Gazette pa Times, was among the defeated, i;
fattening his own beeves and canners
ciety. Uncle Samuel is spending one and J. Fred DeBerry, who started a /L?t +,
b
+ .
will please explainSeveral so that in season when they can not + I
I hundred and forty million dollars I II paper in the interest of his candidacy,
o I cash for battle and trad- find a profitable market for them as ...Tol
ships
new was low man for congress. Just --
d'.tI
Florida papers are running feeders trouble will be experienced
ing a pair of old ones for another new no what was responsible for this sort of
x about Prevention I
articles "Typhoid for them I
in getting a good price as
Among Seamen." The people of Flor- one. "Qui desiderat pacem, praeparet finished beef. business, we will not attempt to say-
bellum." but we do know that the dear people
ida are more interested in how to
protect land lubbers against the dread aIn lost some fine opportunities for good l )

malady.Of the light of facts brought out in dared in favor of anti-tipping law for service and will have only themselvesto ,

o her proceedings for divorce, we shall Florida. Changes in existing laws are blame for what may happen to

all.the places befuddled on the never again care to hear Mme. Schu- always vigorously opposed by the peo- them. The Orlando ReporterStarthinks I I r'r'

provisions of the primary law Tampa mann-Heink sing "Home, Sweet I pIe who thrive on them as they stand, it is a demonstration of the

seems to be the worst. The Times of Home." It would seem more appro- or who would be financially affected old adage about the shoemaker and BibnCOSSETS

Saturday contains an article which priate for her to warble, "This is the I by the proposed change. In a large ma- his last.-Tampa Tribune.

states that the county committee is Life," or "Somebody else is crazy jority of cases, questions of the rightor

to have a meeting to prorate among 'bout me." wrong of the law or the unfair The only editor we have heard of

the candidates the expense of hold- discriminations allowed by the law being nominated at Tuesday's primary "THIGH DDII ISHER"

; ing the primary. The law distinctly Father Murray, a Catholic priest of in force, are entirely lost sight of of the score or more who were This and many other models are now be-

provides that the county shall bear all Englewood, 111., claims to have a map by those who wish them continued candidates, is our esteemed friend McKenzie ing shown by us.

the expenses of the primary. It will published 225 years ago, that shows because they can profit by them. It of the Palatka Times-Harld.

be remembered that Hillsborough was the now famed "River of Doubt," recently nay therefore be expected that the I lie won easily on first choice votes ina

the county in which all the candidates discovered by Roosevelt. If it hotels and sleeping car companieswill race for representative where five THE NAME "BOX TON" OR "ROYAL WOR

except one failed to qualify.The has been on the map that length of most vigorously oppose such a men were running. Mac was

z o time and no one knew about it, it is law. However it is quite a question ed two years ago, but he defeat-\\ CESTER" ON CORSETS IS YOUR GUARANTEE -

fact that Senator Fletcher of certainly time to have it discovered whether the increased business sucha back" this year with a vote that OF STYLE FIT AND WORK-
QUALITY
,
Florida, who has bene savagely at- again. law would bring the hotels, would shows the people realize they madea

tacked by the ship subsidyists be- not much more than overbalance the mistake then.-Gainesville Sun. MANSHIP.

cause he has favored treaty observ- "The Times-Union is much pleased loss occasioned by being compelled I

ance and equal tolls at Panama, received that the Fourth congressional district to pay their help the same as other I Baker, in Santa Rosa county, has YOU BUY ANY ONE OF THESE FAMOUS -

a triumphant renomination at has decided to send a man to con- business men are compelled to do. voted to bond for ten thousand dollars -

the primaries, ought to have some influence gress. As there were so many candi- Suppose, for instance, that every, for a brick high school building. CORSETS ANYWHERE WITH PERFECT -

in that branch of congress in dates we were afraid the result wouldbe time the hotel man went to the meat
The vote was fifty-three for bonds CONFIDENCE THAT YOU ARE BUYING -
which the coastwise shipping monopoly the continuancy of a vacanc)." I market he could not get properly I and fifteen against bonds.
f has several very able representa- We are pleased to know that the waited on unless he gave the meat THE BEST. THE NEWEST MODELS
,
tives.-New York World. Times-Union understands that thereare !cutter a quarter or half dollar. And

The World has been imposed upon. real men in the long narrow con- I i suppose for a moment that when he . " \ FOR SPRING ARE NOW ON DISPLAY.

The tolls question was not an issue gresional district, in addition to those t needed 25 loaves of bread in a hurry,
in the Florida campaign except in the who live in Jacksonville. As the I he could not get attention unless he : T. F. HOURIHAN !

most incidental manner. In some years pass and elections come and go, I had "greased" the bread clerk with I

states issues are paramount and it these broad-minded, four square men regular and liberal tips. But we can Licensed Plumber and DOYALWORCESTER
I i i
Sanitary Engineer
is sometimes so in Florida, but the will be more and more in evidence, especially see no reason why such a custom i

issues in the recent campaign were about the time the Congres- I would not be as sane as the one now Estimates Furnished. Jobbing < < "
Promptly Attended to.
men and not questions of public policy sional primaries are in action. Even- in force wherein the big hotels, rail- !

except as the personality of the tuously "Joyous Jacksonville" will be road and steam boat corporationscollect PHONE 629 CORSETS

man would affect it. Col.! Herbert proud to be hooked up with us. full fare from their patronsand 106 Court Street I I

l Anderson, Florida's leading Bull then allow open bribery to be I
ORLANDO FLORIDA J
Moose, claims that the defeat of The Jacksonville Metropolis and the added thereto. -

Stockton, Stokes, L'Engle, Appleyardand Miami paper bearing the same name, .-zllm1.llllill..IIIII.II

others sounds the death knell of both of them ably edited, have de- Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf t.IIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIII '

state"progressive, and sees Democracy"a deep significance in this in 'MMM" IIJliIOII' lllllltttl"IIIIIIIII" ;;' PRICE[ $$1 11 TO 0 $$3 J

the results of the primary. Col.! Anderson

is a superficial analyst. Progressive Connects you with a reliable Drug Store of

Democracy was not an issue.In i 34 years standing It is a pleasure to buy ; ; THOUSANDS OF THE WORLD'S MOST

sonal pitted every qualities against race of each he the mentions other candidates in the a large were per- fn a nII e \ nty t" anything not in stock and deliver it to you. ; ; FASHIONABLE AND DISCRIMINATING


measure. The people had a free WOMEN: WEAR EITHER A BON TON OR A
McUROY'S PUARMACY
s choice; they were not organized for f ROYAL WORCESTER.NO .

or against any candidate.

o iflMlllliMlllltilitlMHMIMtMMMIMIIIiMMlii 11111111..1111.. CORSET CAN COMPARE: WITH

INTERESTING POINTS ABOUT
BON TON IN STYLE, ELEGANCE AND .'IT,
PONIES FOR POLO
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New York, June 6.-The successor WHILE THE ROYAL WORCESTER, "MADE

failure of a polo team depends very IN THE SAME BEAUTIFUL FACTORY, UNDER -
largely on the quality of its ponies.
THE SAME IDEAL CONDITIGNS IS
,
The ponies are figured as at least 60

per cent. of the battle. So great is THE GREATEST VALUE AT A MODERATE
.
their part in the game that polo experts -
declare that if four mediocre GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES PRICE.

players were mounted on four first
Commencement Da--an important event in the
class mounts and pitted'against the
lives of should receive fitting markof
young people some We Sole Represen.
A most brilliant quartet of poloists in are
appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
the world, who had only ordinary
occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of for
mounts, the chances are that the dub Jewelry? tatives these

players on the good ponies would

score a sweeping victory. DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe Famous Makes
Much attention in the selection of

ponies has been given by both the : direct the attention tf relatives and friends to

American and British players who go the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

into battle Tuesday in the first game store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new

of the series that is to decide the polo est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT l

championship of the world. The Brit- mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Is a great help to or ot-ofu-town customers -
ish Isles were scoured by Lord Winborne's and assortment.A .
make of it whenever
; use you can. Sam-
: representatives in his quest visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno ples or information! cheerfully given. \Ve
of good ponies, and, at the same time, obligation to buy.T.H.vansthe. pay all charges. pre-
the American contingent gathered together -
Write for one of our illustrated mail order
the sturdiest, most intelligentand
catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
fastest set of ponies that were

ever called upon to take American

f players into battle.


WEATHER REPORTS FOR GREAT


Washington LAKES, BY June WIRELESS 6.-Daily weather G I O IRS[ n

forecasts by wireless for shipmasters -! :I

on the Great Lakes now are be JewelerOPPOSITE

ing sent out from the naval wireless I

station at Radio, Va., under arrange- DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STOREOrange [
ment with the weather bureau. In I

announcing this today the departmentof POSTOFFICE
agriculture says the bulletin describes i Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping place I
i
:t weather conditions actually
prevailing at 8 p. m. each day and EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I Ii

1*' forecasts winds that probably will be

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WADE n FAVORITE THEATRE 8 FLORIDA -NAMES ROUTE IF- ;)

THE TUNER i _"__ (
SSGiIIr I i The Loyal Order of Moose of Flor-
ORLANDO FLA. I
1111 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ida and particularly Jacksonville
SQ
lodge No. 455, have selected the
I Admission 5 cents I V 0
Queen and Crescent route as the offi-

Mr. L P. Hutton spent yesterday U dllDODallDODOIIDCDOIIDCDallDCaIRS. > cial route to the supreme conventionof "bet It At t lIen's"

y in Kissimmee.Mr. i the Loyal Order of Moose, to be

BUYS AND SELLS DEWITT MILLER HOSTESSTO held in Milwaukee, Wis.. in July,
'Frank of Jacksonville,
Wright,
the .
TimesUnion.The
NULLOS CLUB says
is visitor to Orlando. II .
a .
REAL ESTATE positive date for the holdingof r I 1

Mrs Maggie Peeler, of Maitland, The Nullos club held its pleasant this convention has not yet been

rl 1 was in the city yesterdayMr. weekly afternoon over auction bridge decided upon but it will be held dur-

A. J. Bean and daughter, of 600 south ofVin yesterday, Mrs. DeWitt Miller being ing July and matters of great importance V That Gift
acres -
to the order will be discussed.The .
Zellwood, were shopping in town yes- hostess at the Wyoming.Four .

terday.Mr. ter Garden and west of ; dainty handkerchiefs were Florida Moose will use the

John Schnarr has purchased a Gotha, including 10 acre | awarded as prizes to Miss Ada Bum- Royal Palm out of Jacksonville, go- You have no trouble in selectingthat

car through the Cook Auto The by, Miss Maggie Hart, Mrs. Sylvan ing through to Chicago without
orange grove. en- McElroy and Mrs. Miller. Others change. This train is of solid steel D Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary

has returned tire tract covered with ; present were Mrs. Merle McElroy, equipment (throughout, electrically
h1iCk ,W. P. Watson Present at our store.
two weeks' business trip to yellow pine timber. Two Mrs. Thos. Brodwater, Mrs. C. B. lighted and consists of Pullman com-

Robinson, and Mrs Weathersbee.After partment observation sleeping cars, We have a complete line ..ofJewelry
Va. miles of lake shore.
the delicious cake and Pullman drawing room sleeping car
f Miss Louise Lord, of Bradentown, game Silverware (sterling or
J' 423imlilMMIiillltlMMMMIH ice cream were enjoyed. and reclining chair coaches, and is one D D
Claire Robinson
is visiting Miss on
of the handsomest and best equippedfast plated) and the newest ideas in
North Main street.
TODAY IS METHODIST CHILDREN'S through trains operated betweenthe
Mr. John R. Basiger, an extensive South and the Northwest. cut glass.A .
DAY
fruit grower from Auburndale, spent Through sleepers will be arrangedfor
DR. BLACKMAN AT ST. AUGUSTINE look before you buy will
yesterday in Orlando. between Jacksonville and Milwaukee
-
HIGH SCHOOL The Methodist Sunday school will
Miss Louise W. Lord, of Braden- COMMENCEMENTDr. celebrate Children's Day this morn- for those desiring an all-rail pay you.Allen. '

town, is the guest of Miss Claire Rob- ing with a short but interesting pro- through trip. Arrangements will also

Main street. be made to give choice of rail or
inson, on a a
the little A full at-
W. F. Blackman went to St. gram by people.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beasley and i water trip from Chicago to Milwau
Augustine to deliver the address at teudance will be had. Good music by & Co.

daughter left yesterday for Tyronza, the high school commencement in that the school and orchestra. Friends of kee. ,
Ark. to spend the summer. Special space on the Royal Palm
the school invited.
The St.
city Friday evening. Augus- will be asigned to the Moose, the train
Mr. Henry Piano was up from tine Record, announcing his coming, A number of Sunday school mem- JewelersPrompt
leaving Jacksonville at 8:40 m. on
Tampa yesterday in the interest of said bers will join the church at the morn- p.
: a day in July to be hereafter selected.
the Florida Citrus Exchange.Mr. Tonight at 8 o'clock in the audito- ing service Repairing.
Large herds of Moose will gatherin
and Mrs. Jos. Meisterman, Mrs. rium the senior class of the St. Au-
Milwaukee for the
supreme con-
Padgett and Mr. Frank Allen are gustine high school will hold their MISS MARY 0. GROVES vention. Everything Guaranteed.

the at Daytona Beach. exercises. Class
spending day commencement nightis
The Loyal Order of Moose of Flor

Messrs. J. R.: Parramore and C. P. always a momentous occasion for Miss Groves, daughter of the Rev. ida is one of the strongest and most

Rogers motored over from Daytona the members of the graduating class, and Mrs. C. 0. Groves, has been lead- popular fraternal organizations in the

yesterday and spent the day here. for their parents and friends, and ing her classes in the Bruce school state and a large attendance of themis

Mr. R. J. Spell arrived yesterdayfrom doubtless the auditorium will be well for the past three years. When the expected at Milwaukee.

Fitzgerald, Ga., to see his father filled tonight to enjoy the program last term began her teachers decided

Mr. B. J. Spell, who is quite sick. arranged.The that she could advance a grade, and FRANK CLARK GIVEN WARM lb. =[01 "- .dItfll"IIIIII"IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
principal speaker of the even- accordingly she skipped the 7-2 and
Miss Lillian Jones has gone to RECEPTION BY COLLEAGUES
ing will be Dr. W. F. Blackman, pres- reached the 8-1. She received the
Jacksonville to spend a couple of tf
ident of Rollins college, Winter Park, highest average in that grade also,
weeks with her sister, Mrs. William Washington, June 6.-Although
b who will deliver the address to the and stood a creditable examinationfor
Limerick. Florida has just gone through an ex-
graduates. Dr. Blackman is knownto 8-2 work and was graduated, thus 3 $: mfJine Jrut
Mrs. Chas. Drennen and grand- citing political period, involving the Yllr }
be an eloquent speaker, and manyare practically performing the work of .
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Russell, election of men all the way from the
anxious to hear him on this occa- three grades in one term.
have left for Birmingham, Ala., to United States senate down to the

visit relatives. and sion. The Appeal above was mention printed in the under Commercial a pic-- began iiiallest to of buzz county here offices today., the When bees r Peadlieg I r PeaoieI ll! I r Peaches I

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wygant YACHTING PARTY RETURNS ture of Miss Mary 0. Groves with the Congressman Clark got back to

child, of Tampa, are visiting Mrs. FROM PLEASANT OUTING heading "Bright Girl Is School Leader Washington, after having received

Wygant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ," which simply goes to show that
what almost the unanimous vote
B. Myers, on Jackson street. :Mr. II. L. Beeman and several of his where a pupil spends a year or two was
of the people of the second district
Davis & Manning have just com- friends who had accompanied him fora in the Orlando school there is no
for another term in the house, he received -
pleted the interior decorating of a delightful little outing on his pleasure trouble in the schools in such villagesas a cordial welcome. Speaker First crop from new orchard. They are the sweet

bath at Bishopstead, the same yacht, returned yesterday after-
room
Miss
Memphis. Mary spent many Champ Clark and many other colleagues i Florida Variety. The orchard is well cared for and the
being done in Sanitas and white en- noon. They went to Sanford by auto school terms in Orlando, and is the
of the Florida
late Thursday afternoon, taking the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. congressman ; peaches are in splendid'condition.
amel.Mr. crowded around him when he entered
S. ,P. Carpenter, who spendshis boat there, and went down the St. Groves of this city, who are very the house chamber and gave him the

winters at his home on Lake Johns river some 65 miles, entering proud of this young lady of fourteen
warmest kind of greetings. Everywhere -
very
left for his Lake George. Fishing formed partof
Cherokee
yesterday sum- years.
the glad hand was extendedand
mer home at Salem, N. J. Mrs. Car- their recreation, though as no visible THE SANITARY GROCERY
there were many statements to
of their in this
will remain month proof prowess
penter a longer.Mr. The friends of Mr. Josiah
many the effect that "it was a good thing
line shown on their return. All
was
M. M. Smith and daughters, Ferris will regret to learn that he that the people in his distric had re- CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
enjoyed the pleasant trip and the
Misses Louise and Berta, and Mr. and continues ill at his home on Lake elected Frank Clark."
brief absence from business claims.
:Mrs. W. W. Rose left yesterday for street. The Sentinel office has been Mr. Clark reached Washington on 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
With Mr. Beeman and his son, Ed-
Valdosta, Ga., to attend the funeralof called frequently by friends wishingto an early morning train and as soon as .
win, were Dr. Sylvan :McElroy, and
N. E. the motherinlawof know of his condition. It will be
Mrs. Frye, he had repaired to a hotel and shaken -
Messrs. Ralph Yearby Sam S. Way
Mr. Smith. C. B. Robinson and Jas., L. Giles. pleasing news to them to learn that off the dust of the long trip, he I. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Miss Mildred Pearce, one of the he is holding his own, and while no made his way over to the capitol. He

popular students at Rollins collegeat Miss Eunice Murphy is expected decided improvement is apparent it was frequently stopped and many FUNERAL DESIGNS

Winter Park, returned this weekto is probable that he will soon be backat wanted to know all about the election I
home in a few days from New York "I.t 'II'I"I"'IIII"'IIII"IIII"IIII'l "IItI"
her home in the city to spend her where she is a special student She his accustomed work. what his vote was, how many

vacation with her father, Mr. 0. W. Denton received and all about it.
has held a soprano position this sea- Y. M. C. A. !I The Sentinel is the ai4
NEEDS newsiest
Pearce.-Palatka Times-Herald. Dr. P. Phillips, of Orlando, who Finally Mr. Clark reached the house ORLANDO
son in the special choir of St Paul'schapel I test in Central
this had 100 of land chamber and it there that the printed daily Florida
Several couples left town by year acres near was
young (Episcopal) Each week the i Sentinel want
auto last night for Daytona, makingthe choir has presented an oratorio or Goulds planted in tomatoes and who great welcome came. Most everybody will admit that Orlando the seeker and the advertising offerer serves.

trip by moonlight, and expect to cantata, the composer himself drillingthe shipped 50,000 boxes of grapefruitfrom is an up to date little town. I equally.T.

spend today there, returning tonight choir and presiding at the organ. this and adjoining counties this Society, which is quite mad over We have stores that compare favor- .
S.
Mr. and :Mrs. LeRoy Giles went in Mr. Will MacFarlane came from Port- season, will leave tonight for his the fascinating steps taught by Mr. ably with those of the larger cities, 2 Orlando.Abernethy, auto livery, phone

advance, and in the party leaving last land to conduct his cantata, and one home, but will return again in a few and Mrs. Vernon'Castle, will learn fine homes, beautiful streets and at- 3-5-tf

evening to join them were Mr. and famous composer came from Englandfor days on business. Dr. Phillips is intensely with regret of Mrs. Castle's illness in tractive dub houses; but there is one I

Mrs. Thos. Brodwater, Mr. and Mrs. a service. interested in various develop- the Woman's hospital in New York, thing which we are sadly in need of ,t. III III I 1II1IIII II ,

DeWitt Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. II I I ment projects in Dade county.Miami where she has recently undergone an and that is a Y. M. C. A. Other

Weathersbee. Eat what you want Metropolis.Miss operation for appendicitis. Dr. Bollin : towns smaller than Orlando have theY iShce Repairing ;

Eat all you want. Lee, the physician in charge, made M. C. A. and there is no reason \

Eat what you want. Tae: a postscript and forget it. Olive Dinkel and Mr. Arthur the reply in answer to the numerous why we should not have one. It has I by PARCEL POSTMen' l !
For sale all
Eat all you want. by druggists. Merrill were in town yesterday visiting questions about Mrs. Castle that her only been a few years since we had a

Take a postscript and forget it. l-7-d&w.lyr friends before leaving for New dancing has nothing to do with the fine association and the mere fact thatit
For sale by all durggists. Half Soles, 75e: to 8se
T l-7-d&w-lyr Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. York on their summer vacation. malady, that she is subject to appen- has closed is no reason why we Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75eChildren's
dicitis and was the victim of a rather should not have one now. Let some-
I Half Soles, SOe to 75e
serious attack in Paris time in this directionand
some body make a move
HliillMiliiM ,HMtlllllMtMIIMIMtH ,1111I111111111111111111111 Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo "
'1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111 ago. see what support will follow. I Heels Repaired, 2&c
Where there is a will there is a way.
All work returned in hours.
The senior class of St. Luke's Hos- 24
Ordtrs without remittance returned -
pital in Jacksonville held their grad- C. 0. D. We pay
this stateis
A large delegation from
: ftCRNMONDAYPathe's uation exercises on the roof gardenof I return postage.
expected to attend the Sunday
1 the hospital Wednesday night confer- I I
school and Epworth League
There were five graduates in the I
ence of the Methodist Church, South,, A. Hanson
class, and the graduation marks the Lake Junalaska N. C.,L I I L
to be held at igr East Pine Street :
end of
a three-years' course.
I beginning July 15, and continuing until I ORLANDO .
"Empress of Ireland Disaster a subject full of August 3, exclusive.HHtlHItlllllHIIIII"1. FLORIDA t
EMPIRE HOTEL .' ., .. ...

interest to everyone, on account of the recent sinking of the I Sunday, June 7-Dinner, 12 to 2-50c.

above named ship and the lives lost. I If your paper is not delivered
many Soup:
promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
G Chicken Bouillon

"From the Flames," a two reel Thanhouser. I Sliced Tomatoes Relish: Dill Pickles JUST OPENED

i WOOD COAL AND ICE

"Some Bull's Daughter a great Apollo comedy. Baked Sea Trout Fish, :Tomato Sauce PO PE'S i Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

Entree: ,Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

That Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away againto Queen Fritters Roast, Cocoanut: Sauce LUNCH COUNTER I

the holder of the ticket. Young Chicken, Giblet Sauce Sentinel want ads. are money get.
lucky
Leg of Lamb, Green Peas
SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS i ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
Sirloin of Western Beef au Jus

First Floor 10 Cents I New Potatoes en creamCandied
Balcony 5 Cents I I Yams
I Macaroni au Gratin TRY OUR

Children 5 Cents : Scalloped Sugar Corn
I Stuffed Bell Peppers SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
Lemon Sherbet Cake

Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom Tea Apple Pie Coffee Cheese Ice Tea DAY AND NIGHT DR. J. C .HOWELL

panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. POPE & BUTT PROPS. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
PEN'TStore
J FOR N. E. Corner extra charge for house treatment

Church and Court streets. Applyat 37 W. CHURCH ST. Telephone connections
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Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

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

l FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE I I'i I an association at that point hereto- superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
FOR SEASON OF 1913-1914 fore of any note.
: j jI i There is in process of formation at $3.00FRO are all right, then why not put us to the test
Y I I the present time an association at
{ With this issue the Florida Citrus Crescent City, Nocatee and Knight's
S Exchange, through Manager L. D. Station (near Plant City) with good
j Jones, presents its averages for the prospects of a creditable amount of This WayYour
season on oranges and grapefruit; fruit at each place. In addition to
comparing these averages with for- this, a large number of growers have
t mer years, and also showing the averages signed up with our different associa- I ORLANDOTO

of sub-exchanges. These prices tions as special shippers, in different doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your 1
f. o. b. Jacksonville, no freight
are parts of the citrus belt. The with-
.. remains to be charged against the drawals up till the time of the with- case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.
;. figures, but all picking, packing and drawal period have been insignificant -
selling charges are yet to be deducted JACKSONVILLE AND RE- YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
be estimated at from
z and this may Old associations that are building saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
70 to 75 cents a box, varying in dif- TURN
, new, packing houses for themselvesthis
ferent cases for various reasons. The
season so far reported are: Terra -
sub-exchange Thursday June 18th
comparative averages ,
Ceia and Fort Myers while quitea
,
,' are up to April 30th only. NOT THE DOCTORS
number of other associations are investigating FAULTBut
Up to this time the Exchange has as to re-equipping, and, ATLANTIC COAST LINE
shipped less fruit than it did to the taken as a whole, the outlook has Tickets
same time last season, this being accounted never been so encouraging for the good on All Regular

for by reason of shorter crop, Florida Citrus Exchange.Up Trains. Final Limit June 21st. we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
the total shipments from the state -
to date there have been shippedthis
: being 21,074 cars to May 26th, as year 1,433, 163 boxes of fruit. Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

: against 26,808 cars to May 24th of The actual cost of operating, exclu- other points. doctor wrote it.Don't
last Of this amount the Ex- your .
year. sive of advertising, has been 9 cents
For further information call
change shipments in cars have been per box.
; 4,5515, showing that 21.4 per cent Claims on or write to
of the output has been handled co- Since April 1st, 1913 the traffic department -
operately. The number of boxes ina has colected*on the out- W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,

car varies considerably, the range standing claim account including all W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. ForgetThat
being from 300 boxes upward the seasons, $30,929.87ithdrawn, 6-
; regulation load being 360, and the 417.24; total closed out $37,447.11.The ORLANDOY. L
probable average load being 325 boxes. amounts collected since April R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -
} The shipments from May 26thon 1st. 1913 on each season's claims follow a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
for the balance of the season will : Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division -

be almost wholly Exchange, and will First season ___$ 700.87 paidSecond Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people

make the percentage for the whole _season ______ 784.32 paid and little thrill of terror shakes lest it be home. But
TAMPAPEOPLE'S fortunate
season about 22, or the same as it was Third Season _______ 1,373.18 paid a you your you are

". last season. Fourth season ______ 21,753.64 paid -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
It will be noted that the orange average Fifth season ________ 6,317.86 paid
for the year is lower than for WANTS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business ,
the season of 1912-13, but in spite of Total collected this
this the prices for Florida fruit were season __________$30,929.87 ._. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
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greatly above that of the Califor- Since the organization of the Exchange -
nia navel, probably the first season there have been filed claims MUNNIMAKERS

a that this has ever occurred. Many aggregating $172,031.20, out of which Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For I
readers will be surprised to know that there has been collected $117,140.85, Rent, etc. for this column tic for one day. ,
SQc for three days br f 1.00 for4cue week. for
grapefruit averaged better this sea- or an average collection of $23,428.10each
than last, but this is fact, for There is !!5 words or less. Money moat accompany
son a year. outstanding $32.- the advertisement far this column as DO
4 in spite of the poor quality of the fruit 203.45-$12.404.77 of which applieson insertions will be made on credit DeLaney & AbernethyNext I
this year, as a whole, the crop was the past season, the bulk of which
lighter than a year ago, and to this will be closed out during the pres- FOR SALE
date we have an average this year ent summer; the remaining amount
of $2.31.. f. o b... as against S1.98 for being in the hands- of attorneys with Narsery stock, one, two, three and Door lOc Store. Orlando; Florida.'
last year.The the exception { a few claims I i that four year old buds; Foster Early,
value of the traffic departmentis are still under investigation.From Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Rafale
shown in the amount of collections a traffic standpoint, we are ington .11..
pleased to that the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf -
made since the Exchange was organ- report transpor-
ized. Traffic Manager Dow has tation line, with the exception of a
We insure life and loan YOUR PRINTING
your you WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
i made an enviable record in his work. few cases, have given us excellent i FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare money on real estate at 6 per cent ,
The report shows that since the inception service, in the transportation of our i bargain; recently completely overhauled interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., AND DO ALL KINDS OF
of the there have shipments during the past season, and Look through your desk and see if
Exchange and made in
good as new ev- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGOR.
been collected claims amounting to it has been the policy to share a por- ery partguaranteed first class condition 325d&wtfDean there is not some stationery of which
a grand total of $117,000 and that Mr. tion of our tonnage with all of the ; must be sold at once, even at you are in need. If there is, phone
Dow had collected of this amount $30- lines, provided they could handle our I sacrifice. Come, or address, White us at 24 and we will call, get your
E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order and do the work and
shipments with dispatch and without promptly
930. during the past Rock Farm Fla.
year. Poultry Leesburg,
I
: fectant
Manti Tonic. Office
jeopardizing the interest of the Ex room 22, at the lowest price consistent wih
Earlier this season when the l bloom change. This plan has worked remarkably I I 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-27-lra high grade work. It will receive oar
the citrus
was on trees and shortly '
s after the fruit well and today the various I' FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
began to set, it was .
estimated that the next year's railway representatives throughout car, in first class condition, fully Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
crop i the state are highly pleased with the equipped and good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford -
would boxes but
run to 10,000,000 '
fruit men are inclined to cut this fig- r amount of business given them, are For quick sale will take $350. C. B. 5-19tf, _....- Fla. Write or phone for prict;s.

ure now, and in fact, some growersare I sparing no words in boosting the Exchange Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, OR. L H. RAMSDELL 519tf. ..M_ -.' '' _,
claiming short crop. This condi- wherever the opportunity pre- Fla., Phone 321 6.7-lwk. Buy your garden seed from Dela- OPTOMETRIST
tion has been about the sents itself i ney & Abernethy. Just received a at
brought
by order
made to
housekeeper (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps
The combined efforts of all the WANTED- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
excessively dry spring. Up to May Warman's 125tf.
Repair Shop.
26th of this year, if we multiply the southeastern lines to supply refrig- where child can be kept with me.
erator equipment, together with the Pleasant surroundings more important ORLANDO, FLORIDAPut
car lot shipments by 325 which is It will pay you to let us do some ;
figured fair load withdrawal by the Armour Car Linesof than salary. Address J. C., care If want your bicycle fixed ina
as a we of you
average your printing. We do it
find that there have gone out to their equipment from the western Sentinel. 5-27-2w right. money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Waraatfs Repiir
May 26th, 7,059.050 boxes. The ship- territory, has resulted in the initial Subscribe for the Sentinel. tising in the Sentinel. Shop. 12-5-tf.
ments for the 29 seasons prior to carriers being able to secure and furnish I. ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE-Two -
r this year are given below: an ample supply of refrigerators miles from Orlando. Part of the -- -- --- --- -

:_ Year Output inBoxes eliminating during the the heretofore past season aggravating thus- old White Holden Ocoee grove.Fla.6.6d&wlmo.Write, Mrs. Mark. i I t:11111111111111111't' \ \' \\\\ \ \\\\\ \\\\ \\\\\ \

: and disastrous car shortage. .__ _,. ___ s___ --___ I
1884-5 ____________________
600,000 Several concessions have. LOST-Brown coat on road between I
4 1885-6 _____ ______________ 900,000 in the .been Ocoee and Orlando. Reward. Box : [
granted of additional diversion HOUSE
way IT'S TIM[ TO T TAKE[ UP THE[
18886-7 ----------_________1,260,000 privileges, allowing the sales 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf I
1887-8 _____ ______________1,260,000 department a broader field for distribution .
1888-9 _____ ---------_____1,950,000 and several others LOST Friday. Small black leather ,
; 1889190 _____ ____________2,150,000 der consideration. As are un- memorandum book with leaves of I
;. 1890-91 ______________ ____2,450,000 a whole, we different colors on Apopka or Winter I
1891-92 _____ ___ -_______.2,664,791 are tained highly and pleased at the results ob- Park Road. Notify C. H. Baker,

-" J893-94 1892-43 ------____ ____--3, 57,507 pects. with the.future- pros- loom 20, Court House 6-7-lt. j jLOSTSomewhere FURNISHING I O QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l

1834-95 -r---.,.-,-"-..n---n.--_ -_-- .4,163,849.-2,808,474 The report is hereto appended, between the court
showingt he of sub-ex
averages every house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur-
1895.96 __:__ :____. __.147.000 change to inclusive
} 1896-97 ...._ _u ___ _____ 216,579 Florida up Grower April of June 30, 6th. -The niture store, or between the latter
{ 1897-98 ........______ ____ 359,960 place and Cooper & Alha's real estate EAR: ESTOur
1898-99 _____ ___ _________ 250,000 .,; office, an abstract of title in book
} 4899-1900 _________________ 972.589 NOTICE form enclosed in large square envel- :
1900-0- _______________ ___1,350,700 one. Mailed from Bartow. Fla., to and Furniture
U 1901-02 _____ ___ ___ _____ 972,589 Beginning today, Trinity Sunday John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. stock of Rugs, Draperies are a positive
1902-03 _________ ___ _____1,465,306 and continuing during the summer Finder please leave at Cooper & delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
1903-04 _____ ___ ___ _____1,9:>0,823 months, mass will be celebrated in Atha's office on Church street and
1904-05 _____ ___________.2,961,195 the Catholic Church on Sundays at receive reward. 67.3t pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

1906-07 ______ ___ ___ _____2,899.390 9 a. m. A sermon of ten minutes in
1907-08 ________ ___ _____3,793,126: i will be given at the mass. FOR RENT every sense of the word.MMIMMHmiMIMMHMMMi.

1908-09 ________ ___ __ ___5,2550,000
1909-10 ________ ___ ___ .6,100,000 Up to date painting, papering, etc., FOR RENT Two office spaces in ... .. ...M MIIIIHIIM

x 1910-11 ______________ ____4,600,000 is the kind you want. Where to-get our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
i 1911.12 ___ ___ ___ _______4.250,000 it? That's easy, phone 635. W. T. Come in and we will show you. Pierce CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
a 1912-13 ________ ___ ____ ._8,125,319 Entrican. 1-20-tf Electric Co. 3-29-tf '
Manager's ReportI to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join-

: I herewith submit report showing Job printing at the Sentinel TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
the operation of the Florida Citrus I ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 663 \ \ ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen wilL explain thisleaure
Exchange during the past year, and 4-26-tf

'r its financially.We present. condition, physically and till II II Jill 11111 11111 II" FOR RENT-Six room house, in first \ to you.Kincaid.

complete unable report at, from this time the fact to makea that avenue.class condition.Apply G.No.A.210 Baas N., Orange at Or- , " , ,

lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
we have upwards of fifty cars of ForJSalei
r fruit out, and are not yet through
shipping. The completed report will MISCELLANEOUS
be issued at the end of our fiscal
c year, which is July 31st, in connec- Modern 8-room BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO
tion with the financial of & SnowdenFurniture
report
?- PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hail
that .
would date.I House 2 doors variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's
recommend that our fiscal Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
be made to end on September 30th, west of Wyoming or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good
commencing this season. time to set either. The Bear's Head

Organization During the past and Missionary year substantial Work i Hotel. Bar- Farm 6-4-d6t-wlt, Pine Castle, Fla. of Characterat

associations have been organized at
DeLand, Umatilla and Leesburg, each gain. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
one of these points either building entirely potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. Popular Prices........ -
new packing houses or enlarg- Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant .
ing and completely equipping the old Co., Apepka, Fla. 5-24-tf -
houses. The new packing house at \ A. L. Bentley
i Eustis has also been built during the Who is your painter and decorator! i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida :

;', past year, and while it is net a new ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUEfMMMMMMIIIIIililM.' If you are satisfied keep the ope you

v'' association der that head, it, might as we justly have never come had un- have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf, _,, \\\'\\\,\\\\ imifriiriiiiniitmm ''SSSSttttr, :::: M*min:::::1* ,




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one-piece pressed steel body.

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Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visibW ovi- "" -
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dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechanical
S
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR construction.

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

Condensed Specifications convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor
car beauty
Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, casten
and in value for the
bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; money.

a.'des-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand

'* ri inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with
d ,. elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung Holley carburetor 15 I .
; ; curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-
t gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: : co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side : See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .

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


J. B. MAGR11DER & SON, Oakland Distributors i J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland DistributorslilltMlllllllltlllililti

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TENNY ON EAST COAST j W. C. T. U. .
THE PLACES OF WORSHIP CONWAYOn ORGANIZED AT BIG BARGAIN INORANGE I ++ttt MIMIIIIMIMM*

i// Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, secretary-man-

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ager of the Florida Growers and GROVE
Shippers league is spending ten daysor Thursday afternoon, June 4th, : THE MARKETOf
the young people of Conway met at
Sunday school at 10 a. m. two weeks on the East Coast,
the Methodist church -
to
Services at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- making the trip in an automobile, and organize a
ject, "God the Only Cause and Crea- getting in touch with a great many Young People's Branch of the \V. C. Cleanliness Of Quality j
tor." T. U., with Mrs. Mary F. Huxtable, Ten acres on beautiful lake
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. growers at different points along
president of the Conway W. T. U.
Third floor corner South Orange the; coast. C. two and one half miles from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS

avenue and Church street. Entranceon Monday night he spent at Cocoa as organizer. The following officers court house in the fastest
growing
were elected
unanimously
Church street : FISH AND GAME !
,and Tuesday at Fellsmere, and Miss Ruby Wells, President; Miss section of Orange County, .
.Thursday at Redland, where Dr. Berger Kept under the best
Hill conditions.
METHODIST CHURCH I Margaret Vice-President; Miss: I Seven sanitary
and Mr. Tenny spoke, the former Fern Huxtable hundred orange and grape
corresponding secre-
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; C. E. on the new citrus canker disease of I. tary; Miss Maude Floyd, recording fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh 1
Howard, superintendent. Services at citrus fruits and the latter on the .'
and
I secretary; Mrs. Eugene Childers, full bearing. This is pure.
a
1 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth work of the league.Mr. I grove
treasurer.
League president.All .6:30 p. m.; J. N. Burden, Tenny wilt spend considerabletime ( The young people meet again on big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

Young People: Do not forget with the pineapple shippers in I Sunday afternoon at three o'clock at getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
the union services of the Triangle the Fort Pierce district and will also the Methodist Church. All in- i
Society at Methodist church are Present crop on trees indicate
tonight,
!I i
inspect carefully the work that is being vited.
6:15. Geo. Phillips leader. done by Mr. Stirling on the eradication two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET

ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe i of the citrus canker.-Florida Sixty acres of land in the Cocop- $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
Grower, June 6.
lum Beach tract were purchased a few terms.
dean. Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen days ago by the Miami Country Club, H. M. Self & Co.
Mayor A. W. Corbett, of St Augus-
Trinity Sunday. and plans were submitted for a
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. tine has issued an order to the policeto I $5,000 club house to be erected upon Cooper $ Atha ; i PINE STREET !

Morning prayer and Sunday school, impound all dogs found on the I j I this site. The choice strip of the famous -
9:30 a. m. streets of that without muzzles. I
city
The Holy Communion and sermon, Catcher Peter Cocoplum Beach has also been 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80niMiiimiiiiiMiiiiiimimiMiiiiiiimiiiiuM
Dog Pomar, of the An-
10:30 a. m.Evening. leased for a long period, upon which
prayer and address, cient City was bitten on the arm a will be erected an up-to-date bath Phone No. 311

7:45.1 few days ago by a dog. Urged by house, with all conveniences. A
CATHOLC his physicians he hurried to Atlanta
CHURCH yacht pier will also be built. I
carrying the head of the dog with "" iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnmiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiMiii.
Trinity Sunday. him. It resulted that the
dog
was
Low mass and sermon, 9 a. m. CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rosary, sermon and Benediction, rabid and Mr. Pomar immediately
7:30 p. m. took the Pasteur treatment, and iis it Trinity Sunday.
All welcome. I. believed that his life will be saved. Low mass and sermon, 9 a. m.
Notice:-Beginning today and continuing Rosary, sermon and Benediction, W. M.
during the summer months 7:30 p. m. 5L
mass will be celebrated in the Cath For the news, read The Sentinel. All welcome.
olic church on Sundays at 9 a. m. A .
sermon of ten minutes. will be givenat
the mass.


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH \9 h'", Fare DAIIY 9ETWEENTaa 300 New Goods Arriving I(Daily *

a Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. BUFFALO
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
O'Neal, superintendent EVELAND
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "Hiding Places.
Evening sermon, "Moulds." (

.Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

m.Young men's Bible class meets at
9:45 a. m. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

A cordial invitation to all services.ST. Iengtb. 500 feet;brNdth. 98 feet 6 1ucJw.;510 tUtRaomiuu! pwlon .cooauamUting. 1SOO: pram.pn. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and '
Towel
Crater in cel larger: in all J""opertioD-nchcr in all ppointmrmi.-ihia *aj ttcuner oa .
inland water efthaworU. LuemceJiuttlJtluMagnificert
LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Steamm"SEEANDBEE"MCty of Erie and"City of Buffalo" Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

Main and Jefferson Daily-BUFFALO. and CLEVELAND-M7i.t. to Dec.1stLave & Ce. Best place in the city to trade.
Bd Jo 9:00 P.)L Lan CW1W '00 P.H.
Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, Dean. w AnrnOcreluiJ 7JO A.H. Aai.e BdaI 7JOA.M. '
Services (Faders Standard Time)
June 7th, Trinity Sunday. CaoBMtioa*t Ocrckad for P..t4n-BT.Toledo Detnilutd all pobtTetm4 Soodmat.Railroad
tkkcu bctweca .,. ._
7:30 Communion. raadiMg Bmflal aad dereUwl good traaporutioaoa oar .
a. m., Holy Al yoor bcLct agent foe ticket via C.&B.Line. Vnt u*for huubone Uiutnud booklet free.
t 9:30 a. m., Morning Prayer and e ;
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0.
Sundav School W. M. SLEMONS
10:30 a. m. Late Celebration of the
Holy Communion and sermon.
7:45 p. m., Evening Prayer and URANGE AVENUE ,

sermon.June 11th, St Barnabas' Day. To the West and NorthwestVIA
10 a. m. celebration of the Holy "II'IIIIIIIIII" MMIiMIMIIMIttMIMMCtMMmillllHMIilimiliMMIMMMItmtlMiim'
Communion.
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SOUTH ATLANTIC
tor.As announced in the papers somdays LIMITED UI I I 1f..11I OI I

ago., all services. will be held in
the church for another week or two. I11II111I11I1111OUf
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mr. I ine
SOUTH ATLANT1C IDUTEDT
Samuel A. Newell, Limited
superintendent T Orlando A. C. L..lSlam :F1Jer.1 "Orlando. ........................ 3:11pm
Classes for all ages. r Jacksonville A. C. 1..... iUam : r Jacksonville ..................... 1:3Gpm New Line of Gas RangesWill :
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and "JacUonrllJe" A. C. L... 9:35am 8Upm v Jackaonvile, A. C. L ........... 1:15)111
7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "God's T WQcrou. A. C. L..11:50 am 105 pm "Wl.1cl"Ollllo A. C. L .............10:?A pm I Ir
Memorials and Signs." The Lord's Macon G. S. F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Matron G. S. A F. .............. S: iam
r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 'l:2Saa r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:1Z be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them, I
i Supper will be observed, and every i r Cbattanooga W /1..12:18am 11.55 am r Knoxville, 1. N. .............1:19 m consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell t
member of the church is especially, r Corbin 1. &: N. ................ 1:16 pm
1 urged to be present Evening subject r NashrilIe" N. C. St. L 4:50am 4:SOpm r Louisville L. Ii: N. .............. 9:00 pm them at the following reductions during June:

"The :Man With a Purpose." Ar St. Louis. L C.,L. 'N. Z:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapoiis "a. 1. ............ 1:50 am Old Price Will Sell form
1 A union meeting of the young pea J.z Lexington 1. N. ............ i:50
pIe's societies of the city will be held Ar HopkinsrilIe" 1. A N........... 1:27pm Ar Cincinnati L. N. ............. 8:50pm 1 Three- Oven Cabinet Range .$10.00 30.00
r4 at the Methodist church at 6:15 p. m. Evanaville", L Ii N..... 8:28am t:2Spm r Kalamazoo G. R. &: I. ..........lOpm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range 40.00 30.00
Prayer and Ar Terre hula, C. E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids Go R. L ....... 2:43 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet \ 3
fellowship meeting, Ar Chicago G 'E. L..... Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
Wednesday night at 7:30. 1:51pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am
2 Double Oven Standard Ranges 20.00 17,50
You are cordially invited to worship

with us. Good music. Attentive ush Solid train DIXIE composed LIMITED of section drawing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July

ers. i com sleeping can observation eaaapartmeat Solid train composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
The Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville
Empress of Ireland disaster and Cincinnati, and
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. z
will be featured in moving picturesby Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis;
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping between
car Jacksonville and
the Pathe company at the Lucerne Solid train carrying electric lighted com' Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping between
car Orlando
theater on next Monday afternoonand igbted ailment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and electlie First Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays | Water & Light Company

evening. The picture will depict lass coaches and smoking car. Dining earcms and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
actual scenes and give you a clearer meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati + 1L- Gas Departmenteunmmammmmuumlllmmmmm

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I flO IDA COLLEGE[ TO GET AID


fOR EXPERIMENT[ WORK K

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Jvoaift ff ntion llnil r Cou-rteS. ] Governor Asked to Name College to

eft Details J fIlll Which Appropriation Under

Smith-Lever Bill Shall Go

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The secretary of agriculture has : : :

f written to Governor Trammel of

rI Florida asking that he designate the :
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO college or colleges to which the funds :.r 'j j

If provided tural extension by the law Smith-Lever are to go.agricul-Thisis .- ::1t: tA Mai's( : Trikde"Since ( .

the first step in putting into effect 1-. ,
:
CHOOSING INVESTMENTSIs this act, approved by the president : < ?jj' ( ) .., { )
( i/'rc
May 8, which provides for the grant- \ ::11 J '
not a light 'undertaking for even men of .
ing of federal funds to the state agri-

wide knowledge and business experience.The cultural colleges to aid in diffusing
I began turning a regular amount over to my
careful investor for among the people useful and practical
never a moment wife each month I
have
information on subjects relating to never had the slightest worry
a permits the interest rate to influence his judge
agriculture and home economics and over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

ment as to the safety of the principle.To to encourage the application of the has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great V

the inexperienced investor, the ONE same. business head."
The conditions of the act are that 1a1
SAFE COURSE is to put his or her in
money
each state must duplicate the money '
'it'iR1] .l'Y
this bank, taking one of our Certificates of De- above $10,000 a year appropriated to WOMAN( .
it by the federal government. The
posit, earning 4 per cent interest. can do wonders toward helping her husband get ahead
money raised by the state may come .
This avoids every element of chance, gives from the state, county, college, local :. if she is given a chance to run her home on a business

Y a safe, sure interest return with the principlesecure authority or individual contributionsfrom : basis. .
within the state, for the mainte- : .
and available any time. nance of co-operative agricultural ex- :.:. Come in and start an account for your wife here; ;:
we will give her the benefit of other : .
women's ;
.tr tension work. The governor of each :.- exper. .

state, in the interval until the legis- ::.. ., lences. ..;;.

lature nate the meets agricultural, is called college upon to or desig-col- >. ,'. ... ,' .'. Do it today. "It is a pleasure, to serve }ou." .,..'... ..,. .. .. .,.t.'.:,

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to The be paid.act provides that each state in .:'. ..:.: !f<::\{\ ..::::

si which a college is designated by the FMMIMMIMMUMM'

i HlllimiltMIIIIMMMMtMiMIMtllMlillimtlMWe .I governor shall receive as a basic fund ..
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Will Put the Reinsof ation annually from makes the from provision without federal the state.for additional government additional The appropri-act$10,000 appro-then : O t ;. i!: t I > JX9 \ 1f>" .D. I .:


Success in Your priations to be distributed in the pro- Mff

portion which the rural population of .. .. .. .. . .. .
Hands each state bears to the total rural :: .< ,:' :" .\. : :. -: ./:: : :. :t,:: .

_ population of all the states, as deter- ...

mined by the next preceding census. __n_ __ __ .

: How? By furnishing you witha To share in these additional funds, MMMIMMMM> C >8MMfeeMimilMimimiiMMMI9MK IliMlltHIIMUIIMIMMIMMMMHMMIIIilllltMMMiimitlMHIHt 1

however, the state, either through
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Fertilizer. Let
r perfect representative state, county, college or local funds,

tive call on He will give a or from individual contributions from
you. you within the state, must duplicate the .IIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I111 111111111IM

formula that will make and mature additional amounts granted by the

federal government for the maintenance -

your fruit I of the co-operative agricultural

I I act.The extension work provided for in the GRAND THEATER


law prohibits the use of any

: part of the money to purchase landor era -


i T nt rll rnli r Co.r o I and erect or says promoting buildings it shall,be agricultural or devoted in college entirely trains teaching -, COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN H_

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\ ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA to giving instruction and practical
demonstrations in agriculture to persons -

HIinilllllllMIMMtlltMIMMMiMlilMHMMMMi'HIIIIIIHIMiMMIMMM I not residing in the communities Y

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Hfr+M tj
I : aim of the legislation.
I I Sisters the entertainers. Bornin
; "The Howze nifty

j co\/\PEAS :I JUDGE[ SAID fMNI I( WAITED[ T TOO O OI j Ragtime Land. They're great. Yes they'll be


.I II .-- I I lONG TO FILE MOTIONJurists here all week


II I I "The Adventures of Kathlyn," seventh episode. ,
: Claims That Man Condemnedto .
I We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- .
Die Had Forfeited Rightsin
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- : Premises Don't miss any of them. Two other good ones.

.I ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

Atlanta, Ga., June 6.-Judge Ben -
fr I: We carry constantly a full line of crate material of H. Hill of the Fulton county superior Always The Best Music.

: all kinds. court, today sustained the state's demurrer -
I to the motion to set aside the
: Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
verdict by which Leo M. Frank was CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

:! :; ; riers, etc. Phones 181191. pronounced guilty of the murder of
Mary Phagan, a factory girl. The
I
: motion was based on the claim that Tuesday-"THE TRIUMPH OF AN EMPEROR."
: : F. F. Dutton Frank's constitutional rights were violated -

when the verdict was returned

SANFORD, FLORIDA I: during the condemned man's absence Friday-"THE MASTER MIND."

from court.
5-15-tf. : In sustaining the demurrer Judge IIMIIIIIIIIIIMMIillMj 11111' 11111 11111 11111 Iii III I 111111
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Hill refused to hear the motion on 1..1111..1.1111111
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x filed too late to merit consideration.It .
DUNEDIN PACKING HOUSE CENTER ALL NIGHT LUNCH DEATH OF J. H. BURNETT
M was regarded in court circlesas
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highly probable that Frank's attorneys OF THE STATEA.
Messrs. Pope & Butt have openeda The death of Mr. J. H. Burnett occurred -
would
immediately appeal to
t and cold drink standat yesterday afternoon at 2:40
lunch counter
ATTENTION the state supreme court, asking that H. McIntyre, formerly managerof of Concord and
37 West Church street which will at his home, corner
Hill's action be reversed.
Judge the Ozona Citrus Growers' associa-
Should the court take such be kept open day and night. Theyare Cathcart avenues. Mr. Burnett was
higher action tion, has connected himself with the
of and is survived by
77 age
enterprising men, and are years
an order would be issued directing at young
,
Skinner
Manufacturing company
Stock Reducing Sale running a neat and orderly place. his wife and one daughter, Mrs. Min-
the Fulton courtto
county superior Dunedin, and will spend his entire old resi-
He was an
nie
Chapman.
Such is needed in that
a place section -
hear the main motion its
on mer- time in the future in erecting and
this
of town and the friends of the dent of Orlando, having come to
its. equipping packing house plants for
i Continued 30 DaysUSSESIAIILTM In the event that the ruling is affirmed the company that will manufacturethem young men are wishing them all sorts place a quarter of a the century Baldwin ago.Loco He
employed by
of success believing the while that was
Frank's ,
lawyers probably under state rights secured from of
motive Works, and in the course
will achieve that.
they just
would appeal to the United States the California patentees.
his duties. travelled extensively, go-
& DOT supreme court. The Sun intimated some weeks ago America and Mexico
Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorseyin that L. B. Skinner had secured the pany, of Dunedin, Fla., Mr. Stebler ing to South the United Statesto
of
and to all parts
opposing the motion yesterday argued rights for the most modern packing also disposes of his valuable patentsfor His was an interesting -
locomotives.
: Agents for Barclay CorsetsMeCall's that Frank through his lawyers machinery, and the following story that territory at a good figure, set up and busy life; he met many
waived his right to be present, and from the Riverside (Cal.) Enterprise hence this is probably the last Mr. friends in
and had warm every
that his attorneys had agreed to the confirms the story: Stebler will ship from here. people
Patterns His death will
of the country.
court not to take advantage of the "Appearances around the Santa Fe "This deal was negotiated by A. H. part
He
mourned. was a
be sincerely
fact that the defendant was absent. freight depot, where Mr. Stebler, of McIntyre, a Riverside boy, who goes the fraternity will have
Mason, and
S5r IIIMIIillMMIilllllliliiBARRICADES Mr. Dorsey also filed a general de- the California Iron Works, is today with the material to Florida to assist funeral services, which
murrer to the motion yesterday. superintending loading of a car of in placing it, in the interests of charge of the
at St. Luke's Cathedralthis
held
will be
' HIMSELF AND RE- and wounding their daughter. Police machinery for shipment to Florida, the purchasers, who are equipped not afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Very
SISTS ARREST ASTORS RETURN FROM HONEYMOON make it appear that Riverside is on only with facilities, but patents to
conductthe
were repulsed by fusillade Rev. Henry R. Remsen will
a which in
5 the map for supplying packing house place them in a leading position
killed two and wounded fourteen, This is unusually largecar this line. services.
Budapest, Hungary, June 6.-A machinery. an
mad murderer, August Tomsics, has A narrow stairway is the only ap- New York, June 6.Mr. and Mrs. the largest that could be obtainedto "This deal will enable Mr. Steblerto FOR RENT Store N. E. Corner

since yesterday morning made an impregnable proach to the steeple. This morning Vincent Astor arrived at New York contain sufficient machinery, with maintain and promote his inter- Church and Court streets. Applyat

fortress out of the steepleof Tomsics shouted from the steeple, today on the Astor yacht Noma, aftera such incidentals as will be obtained ests and enlarge his holdings here 123 Court street, up stairs.

the village church at Hoeflany. "It is a good thing you let me sleep honeymoon cruise from Bermuda. there, to equip 25 packing houses. It even better than he otherwise could." 6-7-lwk

Armed with a repeating rifle and 500 during the night. Now I have fresh represents a valuation of $12,000. -Clearwater Sun. Sentinel. Price
1 cartridges, he took refuge in the steeple strength. When my last cartridge is First class Brazing a specialty at "With this shipment, going to the : Read the Morning
. Warman's Repair Shop O. Court St. the advertisements daily. 10 cents a week.
.4 after killing a farmer and his wife gone I will kill myself." 12-5-tf. L B. Skinner Manufacturing com- Read



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