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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1913
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: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph' until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING ,EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 11TH, 1913. NUMBER 78.

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J. FRANK GORDON GETS THE OF. WOMAN SO DAZED THAT SHE TOKIO GOVERNMENT REFUSES MEXICAN CIVILIANS JOIN AMERICANS "JAPAN COULD PUT A MILLIONIN AGAINST FREE TRADE IN THESHJ _

FICE OUT OF A LIST OF NINE FAILS TO REAUZE THE EXTENT TO ACCEPT REPLY TO PRO- IN FIGHT AND MUCHOF THE FIELD," IS THE COMPARISON PRODUCTS IS DAILY GAINING

GOOD MEN AT MEETING OF OF HER INJURY ON TEST AGAINST THE CALIFORNIA I. THE STOLEN PROPERTYIS MADE OF TOKIO STRENGTH-THE PROTESTS _
COMMITTEE SATURDAYA THE "L" ROAD LEGISLATION AGAIN RECOVERED GOVERNMENT AND U. S. ARE FLOWING IN

surprising interest was manifestin New York, May 10.-As a south Special to the SentinelWashington Washington, May 9.-Tired of being Huntington, W. Va., May 10.-Although SpeeUl to The ScntineLWashington
yesterday's meeting of the Dem- bound Ninth avenue "L" train swept D. C., May 10.-Vis- raided and despoiled by every pas- the Unted States could mobilize D. C., May 10.-A sub
ocratic Executive Committee. Although down to the platform at Eigthyfirststreet count Chinda, in the name of the Japanese -II sing band of brigands, the little Amer- a vast army of patriots, Japanis stantial reduction of the tariff rates
about 0 the only business to be about 9 o'clock last night the governor refused today to accept ican colony at San Dieguito, Mexico,I II far better equipped to produce almost without destroying any American industry
transacted was the selection of a man motorman, Patrick Dolan, switched off : reply to the protest against the recently took to the war path. I at momentary notice a fighting and reciprocity that will en-
to be recommended for Sheriff of the! the power and applied his airbrakesso California land law made by Presi- I When a band of fourteen outlaws force of one million trained warriors, large foreign markets to American
county, yet it was one of those spir- suddenly that many passengerswere dent Wilson and published exclusively swooped down upon the colony, ten was the startling statement made today products, is the policy around which
ited contests that bring the hosts to- hurled from their seats. He had by the International News Ser- colonists, reinforced by five Mexican by Capt. J. D. Talbott, retiredU. the insurgent Democratic opposition _ _
gether early and there was as much seen a woman fall in the way of his vice this morning.He federal soldiers and a few Mexican S. A., of Fort Worth, Texas. to the Wlson-Underwood tariff billis
stir and political buzzing as if it had train. She was under it before he demanded as the only basis civilians, pursued and defeated the Captain Talbott, who has served solidifying in the Senate.
been the selection of a governor for could stop the cars. upon which the controversy could be looters and recovered a number of forty years in the regular United This policy will have the support _ _
the State. Nine men, good and true, Dolan and a guard crawled under amicably settled that the Federal stolen horses. States army and who has visited in of such men as Ramsdell and Thorn _ _
offered their services and only onecould the train and tried to bring her out, government make impossible the exe-, Mexico City, May President Japan as the guest of the present Em- ton, of Louisiana; Sharforth, of Colorado .
be selected. All had their friends but found it impossible. So Dolan cution of legislation which made objectionable Victoriano Huerto, during his confer- peror, deprecated "Jingoism" and said ; Newlands and Pittman, of
and these got busy. returned to his booth and backed the to his people. I ence yesterday with Henry Lane Wil- he saw no menacing war clouds in Nevada, Walsh, of Montana; and it is
First intentions were to hold train. Secretary Bryan hurried to the son, the American Ambassador, stated the East, but at the same time, drewan believed a number of other Senators
the meeting in the Commissioners'room The woman was found lying on the White House with the answer. To I very clearly the position of Mexicoin interesting comparison of the fight will also throw their influence in favorof
but the crowd that assembled cross ties between the rails her body him, President Wilson dictated a telegram [, relation to the United States. ing forces of the world powers. the plan. The fight of sugar and
was so great that the Circuit Court untouched. But one of her arms had to Governor Johnson, of Cal- I "It would require fully two years wool men against free trade in those
adjourned and the Circuit Court room |been flung over the rail and the wheels ifornia, giving the full details of the ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR for the United States to produce a products is gaining strength.
was made use of. Chairman Seth I had passed over the wrist, cutting off final demand on the Tokio govern- AUTOS BURN trained army of one million soldiers," Protests are flowing in upon the
Woodruff called the meeting to order her hand, which dropped to the street. ment and placing emphasis of the declared Captain Talbott. "Germanycould I committee from the business and .
and, after a few remarks, had the call The woman, conscious but dazed, gravity of the situation. 'I. Chicago, May 10.-South Side gar raise one million trained war- farming interests and from labor or- .
for this meeting read. Nominationswere seemed to have no realization that her The text of the telegram was not i i|ages containing one hundred and thir- riors in eight months, France in eigh- ganizations.
then in order and the followingnames hand had been cut off. She sad to the made public, but it is understood the I ty-four automobiles were burned yes- teen months and other cpowers n pro- Today, Secretary Redfield had a .
were placed in nomination: men who jumped down to rescue her: president appealed to California's I! terday and today with a loss of near- tion. long conference with the committee.The .
A. Y. Fuller, J. B. Lawton, Jr., M. "If you'll just lie me to the platform governor to veto the bill, setting forth I!ly half a million dollars. The fires. "In Japan," said Captain Talbott, probabe effect upon twenty-three .
E. Weeks, W. T. Chapman, S. H. Kil- I can walk home." that this was the only means by I were caused by explosions of gasoline -i "the famous Samuri, the members of existing treaties of the proposed five
gore, Chas. E. McDowell, H. A. Lum- And when she was on the platform,,, which friendly relations between this and Fire Attorney Murray has which are trained from birth to fight, per cent reduction in the rates on
den, J. F. Gordon and J. F. Harris. she started to leave her rescuers, moving country and Japan would be insured. ''ordered an investigation. Yesterday could be mobilized into an army of goods imported in American. ships, '
Mr. Gordon received a majority on away with steady steps. But Dolan The sum of today's events accept, t fifty-six electric automobiles valued I one million soldiers within thirty to is under consideration.

the fourth ballot, Mr. Chapman, beinga blew his police whistle. Patrolman I ed at the State Department to mean L I at $170,000 were destroyed when a sixty days. Of the United_ n____ _Stat_____ The committee seems inclined__n______ in._ _2t'_. .
close second; the other aspirants Cleary arrived and summoned an am-i that unless Japan recedes from the a garage owned by Robert Bland on army of 65,000, fully 10,000 are either cept this statement regardless of the
having been dropped from the race I bulance from the Polyclinic Hospital. positive demands made, friendly relations East Forty-seventh street was at- deserters or on leave. protests of other nations.
under the Committees ruling. I Beyond saying her arm hurt "ter- between the United States and 'tacked by fire. Early today flames "The United States could raise the Redfield also urged the committeeto
Upon the announcement of the ribly the woman still insisted on her Japan be severed within the next consumed twenty-eight automobiles greatest army of patriots," said Captain postpone two or three months from
_ vote, quite a demonstration took place ability to walk home. But Dr. Giles seventy-two hours. !valued at $75,000 in the garage of Talbott, "but patriots are not date of approval of the law, the time
and the young officer who will look arrived with the ambulance just as Governor Johnson has until May 13 ;i 1 i the American Motor Company on Cottage trained soldiers." I when the new rates should become op
after the affairs in the Sheriff's office she lost consciousness.In to either sign or veto the bill. If he I I Grove avenue. Further than to compare the relative cloths and clothing.
for the next four years, was warmly the Polyclinic Hospital it was exercises his veto power, the measure 'i I' Several hours later fifty automobiles strength of the Japanese and erative against woolen and cottonHe
congratulated upon his victory.Mr. found her arm was crushed so badly will become effective as a law any-:I I valued at $200,000 were destroyed American armies, Captain Talbott urged in order that manufactur
Goiaoa's nomination, was made I it would have to be amputated, and how. :I when the Oakland Livery Garage would not go, saying he could makeno ers who have made up their supplieson
unanimous.The it was feared the shock and nternal The impression prevails here, how-:J!on East Thirty-ninth street vas burn- predictions in regard to future the basis of existing cost and
Committee the adjournedto injuries might cause her death. ever, that he will sign it. I t ed. relations of Japan and the United duties might have time to get rid of
the commissioners' rooms where a Her handbag held $49 and lettersof There is nothing in the attitude or I States. Although he has spent muchof their products.The .
short business session was held. recommendation which showed she demeanor of Chinda to indicate the SCHULZ MONUMENTNew his time in California, Captain Tal committee looks with favor on
At the close of the business and was Miss Felice Baurnier, a lady's possibility of the protest being with- bott would express no opinion as, to this suggestion. -, (
before adjournment, a motion was maid. These letters had been givento drawn or modified. He informed York, May 10.-Carl Schulz, the Japanese situation there.
made, requesting Chairman Woodruff her by Mrs. A. W. Smith, of Short I President Wilson that the Japanese the German-Amercan soldier, statesman .) SOUTHERN SOCIETY RALLY
draw resolutions Hills, N. J., and Prof. Frederick government holds the National
and Secretary Ferris to government I scholar and publicist, was hon- GENERAL -
\: expressing the regret of the Or- Flirth, teacher of Chinese at Columbia responsible and will look on- ,ored here today when his statute, oc- ASSEMBLY OF THE Washington, May 10.-With Denw
PRESBYTERIAN
ange County Committee that the nine I. University. Miss Baurnier is ly to Washington for a settlement of t cupying a commanding position on CHURCH ocracy firmly ensconced in the. WhitE
Committeemen who had heretofore about forty-five years old. Her home the differences which have arisen. Riverside Drive at One hundred and House and in Congress and with the
constituted a part of the Committee, I address could not be learned last The Navy Department received spe-I sixteenth street, was unveiled. Atlanta Ga., May 10-The hotelsof Solid South high in favor with Democracy
were not present and qualified to par- nght. cific orders that no ships be ordered I The ceremones attending the unveiling Atlanta are rapidly becoming filled the annual rally of the Southern
ticipate in the deliberations to today. I I to the Pacific for the present, but the i were under the auspres v of to-day with commissioners and visit- Society of Wash'ngton' to be held
Acting on these instructions, these ASKS HELP OF CLERGYMEN plan to send the Atlantic fleet on a the Carl Schulz Memorial Committeeand ors here to attend the general Assembly here tonight is expected to be an unusually
gentlemen made the following expression -I "joy cruise" to European waters, is were very elaborate. They began of the Presbyterian Church in the brilliant affair.
of the Board: I Philadelphia, Pa., May 10-Mayor understood to have been abandoned. with an imposing parade consisting. United States, which meets on Thursday President Wilson, Secretary of
Whereas, the division of Orange Blankenburg yesterday called upon In the meantime all movements of of regulars, State Militti, Civil War next. When the four branchesof I State Bryan, members of the cabinet,
county has deprived this body of the every clergyman in Philadelphia' to I ships to ports from which they can Veterans and various Germar. socie the Church go into session it will I Senators and Representatives from
associations and counsels of nine for- co-operate with the city authorities be more available for duty on the I ties. The parade formed at Broadway: be the first time since the Civil War southern states will be in attendance
mer members of the Committee, in in pushing to successful completionthe Pacific or in the vicinity of the Panama I and Seventy-second street; swung that the North and South assemblies at the rally.
whom we recognized wise and able vice quarantine established over Canal have their own signifi. into Morningside avenue at One hun have met in the same city at the The affair ''s to be held at the new
counselors and pleasant and compan- the city's tenderloin by the police department cance. dred and thirteenth street and passedthe ; same time.it National Theater and the sneakeri
ionable co-workers, therefore, be it last Tuesday night.' One of reviewing stand on which were is expected that there will be fully will talk exclusively of the Southland.-c--e.
Resolved: that it is the sense of the the chief necessities, the mayor pointed FARMER-BURGLAR KILLED : Mayor Gaynor and members of the 5,000 Presbyterians in Atlanta to Claude N. Bennett of Washington if
members of the Democratc ExecutiveCommittee I out, is- to obtain- reputable employment I Memorial Committee. atend the sessions. Many prominentmen to deliver a stereoptican lecture,
of Orange County, that I for the women who have been Soperton, Ga., May 10.-W. L Rad- including President Wilson and showing pictrues of the South's development
our Commtitee and that whrdlushrdluwe driven out of their lawful habitats by ney, a farmer arrested on a burglar FLOOD CONDITIONSNew Secretary of State Will'anTJ. Bryanare since the days of the reconstruction
express our regret that they will the police order, and he urges the charge, was killed today, after he expected to be present and to address to the present time.
ministers to aid ln this sit-I fled from the ... the. :.l1iI!:pmh1v Q M"".'. .... +\.ft I
meeting
no longer be a part of our Committee, lock-up. The shot is Orleans, May 10-The weather ? .uuvw..J. UUUlt 111U11U13 Thomas Nelson Page of Virginia, the
and that we express to them our uation. said to have been fired by Lee Keen, bureau today lowered further the ago it was suggested in Nebraska I author will address the Society. Secretary -
thanks for past services, and extendto a member of a posse, which included I forecast of maximum flood stages in that Secretary Bryan become a can Bryan, Senator Williams of
them our well wishes and hope that MORE MEN QUIT WORK Mayor Lamar Holmes and Town Marshal the Mississippi river south of the Red didate for moderator of the Assembly I Mississippi, Senator Ransdell of
they may as wisely guide "the Ship of Wade, and is claimed to have been I river, as a result of the slow returnof which will be the prinicpal office to : Louisiana and Representative Richmond .
State" for Seminole county as they Cincinnati, May 10.-Additional accidental. .._ i the crevasse water through that be filled. At that time it was said Pearson Hobson, of Alabama,
have done for Orange. men quit work today in response to "'. 'tributary. Present indications, according that his friends were earnestly boom. also will speak. Secretary Bryan'saddress
--- --- .---- the strike order issued against the AVIATOR KILLEDLos I to today's bulletin, are that ing him, but noth'ng' has been heardof 's entitled "A Tribute from
ORANGE MUST MOTHER SEMINOLE Cincinnati Traction Company, but the Angeles, May 10-Lieut. Parks, an additional rise of approximatelyone his candidacy since. the West to the South."
company claimed it was not incon- a military aviator who started from foot will be recorded at Baton The General Assembly will meet in
venienced. No disorder had been re- San Diego this morning on a flightto Rouge, Donaldsonville and New Or the Baptist Tabernacle. The Southern SCHMIDT-CZOERNIG WEDDING

According to the :following telegram -I ported. Los Angeles, was klleid at Olive, leans. Presbyterian Assembly will meetin -
the
North Avenue
for Rezin Orr, vice-president of the nine miles north of Santa Ana. His Church and the Philadelphia
Orange is to stand sponsor United Presbyterian in the Central May 10-Miss Helen
Amalgamated Association of machine hit tree he NEGRO MURDERER HANGED
awhile. Electric a as was descend- Margaret Schmidt
the incorrigible child yet Church. All business will be trans- daughter of Mr.
7 1913. and Street Railway Men, said three ing. and Mrs.
Fla. May Edward A.
Tallahassee, acted in the day time. In the Schmidt, well
hundred and fifty cars had been turn- Nashville, Tenn., MaylO.-Pat Mul- evenings
Judge J. W. Perkins, Orlando, Fla.: I known in Philadelphia society circles
joint ,
My opinion is that officers of Orange ed in at the different barns and that I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG loy, the negro charged with the mur- the mass hall meetings of the will be heldin was married at her home "Veltzreten"
Atlanta
great Music
county have jurisdiction until the crews joined the ranks of the LEAGUES der of Herman Henning, a merchant, Festivale Association. Randor, Pa., today to Captain Carl

_Reminole____n__ eountv__ is -properly- organized- strikers. August 6, 1909, was hanged at daybreak Probably the matter most under ; Czoernig von Czernhausen, a baron
appointment and qualification of National at the State prison today. He of Austria. C
officers of'said county. This is in accordance WORTH $100,000. COMMITS SUICIDE Philadelphia, 6; Pittsburgh, 0. I I died protesting his innocence. discussion the among those here awaiting After a short time in this
orwninc', nf. tlio... cocaine.... i with opinion of Supreme Boston, 1; St. Louis, 1. ((12 innings -I| Officers at the prison say that when question---- e---of-- ?who? will-be u in Ammons, Sixty- darkness.) !I searched there yesterday afternoon a Europe, June
Court case vs erator. Among the candidates on 19, and make their
second, Florida, Page three hundred I Philadelphia, Pa., May 10.-Hugh C. Brooklyn, 9; Cincinnati, 3. \freshly sharpened knife was found on the Rev. Dr. Maitland Alexander,are of home in Vienna, where the Baron has
and three. Eakins, a recluse, reported to be New York, 1; Chicago, 2. the prisoner. First Church, Pittsburgh; the Rev. a magnificent mansion.
PARK TRAMMELL, worth $100,000, committed suicide in American
Dr. Samuel S. Palmer, of Broad Street
S Governor. Fairmont Park by slashing his Chicago, 0; Washington, 1. STARTS LONG FLIGHT. Church Columbus, Ohio; the Rev. Dr. CONTRACTOR BANKRUPT
Under present conditions it is like- wrists with a razor. Little is knownof Cleveland, 9; Boston, 2. -
William McK'bbin, president of Lane U
ly to be months yet before the new Eakine, as he never talked or rela- Detroit, 9; New York, 10. Bremen, Iay 10-The French Aiva- Theological Seminary, Cincinnati New York, May 10.-Ambrose M.
county will have, any officers as the tives. He was 65 years of age and is St. Louis, 6; Philadelphia, 8. tortor Marcel G. Brindejonc des Moul- Ohio, and the Rev. D. Frederick W., Stannard, a contractor, erecting post-
Governor indicates that he will require said to have made his money in dealing South Atlantic inais, who recently flew from Paris Hinitt, of Danville, Ky. In the lead offices and Federal buildings in various .
them to hold an election insteadof in Nashville, Tenn., real estate. Savannah, 4; Columbus, 2. to London in three hours and five minutes are Doctors Alexander and Palmer.Dr. parts of the country, went into
appointing. If the governor holdsto Macon, 9; Albany, 8. started from here at 8:40 this Hinnitt is being put forward in 'bankruptcy today with debts of $812,
this position, undoubtedly, there WEATHER REPORT Jacksonville, 1; Charleston, 1. (Called morning for Brussels and London.'He place of the Rev. Dr. Aquilla Webb, 000 and assets of $171,000. Of the
will be some changes from the slate .darkness.) reported from Wanne, Westphalia, labilities the government's claims on
made by the Committee. Florida-Local thunder-storms Sun Carolina League that he landed there to replenish his uncompleted buildings are secured by
-- day and Monday. Charlotte, 2; Durham, 1. fuel and resumed his journey at 11:20. No doubt you may be able to foola surety bonds.Subscribe .
Books for the leisure moments, ten Greensboro, 6; Ashville, 5. lot of people, but there is always
: tenwt. Curtis 4 O'Neal's. Subscribe for The Sentinel Salem, 17; Raleigh, 4. Subscribe for the SentineL j some wise guy. for the SentineL

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AMERICANIZING THEIR NAMES Incorporation which shall become the la, or are bona fide representatives of fruitor see fit But at no time shall the number of I MttMillllMIHttllllllHIIIHttllltilllllMlfliHIH 1
Charter of said corporation, upon the issuance produce growers within the territory next said Directors be increased to a number greater -
of letters patent, according to law and we do adjacent to the headquarters of this Association than nine, and at no time shall the numberof CHAS. LORD J. X. BRADS&AW |
hereby certify. may become a member of this Association said directors be decreased a less
Some perfectly good New Englanders ARTICLE I ; but this Association will not at any number, than the original number of directors -
That the name of said corporation is the time receive into its membership, members of herein specified. That the names and .
: of Puritan ancestry are considerably Geneva Citrus Growers' Association any kindred Association, whose fruit or produce residences of the growers who are hereby Lord & Bradshaw ___
ARTICLE II lands are located nearer to such other : appointed by the incoroporaton of this Association -'
excited over the assumption by That this Association in organized under kindred Association than they are to thisAssociation and who shall act as Directors to
Jbreign born citizens of honorable the laws of this State as a horticultural association without the consent of the Association said Association for the first year of its We wish to announce to our friends and the generally
and entitled to all the rights and next adjacent to where said holdingsare existence and until its other directors are public ,
American names. It seems that cer- privileges conferred by the laws of this State located. legally elected and qualified are.
on similar corporations and the voting power ARTICLE VI Names Residences.A. thatjwe have formed ajpartuership] under the'
tain men from Sicily and Russia and and ail other rights and privileges of each of Nothing in these Articles shall be construed W Davis GenevaJ.
elsewhere have taken unto themselves the members of this Association, holding a as to interfere with the bona fide sale H. Huddleston, GenevaA. above firm name, for a general
certificate of membership in the same, shall of real estate; the transfer of property, together Moran Geneva
Edt tiles of distinction as Endicott be equal : with the fruit or other produce growing ARTICLE XI
ARTICLE III thereon at the time of such sale; that isEo That the Directors of this Association shall
and Eliot and Coolidge and Emerson. That there shall be no capital stock of said say; That if any person who has signed have the right and power to charge and collect Real Estate and Insurance
If these men, thoroughly American- Association but the same shall be organized as his name for any particular year for placing' from its members and other fruit vege-
a horticultural association and corporation,not the crops then growing on his or her land in table, and produce growers, represented or
ked, choose to adopt distinctly American for profit, and it shall not issue any shares the hands of the Association, shall sell or served by this Association, such compensationand
and easily pronounceable appellations of stock ",whatever and shall not at any time I dispose of his land in good faith; then remuneration to be paid to said Association business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at*No.
declare or pay any dividend, or other profitson and in that event the said seller as said Directors may fix and
what could be more fitting any holding in said corporation, but all and purchaser are released if they so charge for its services to him, her or themin 11 S. Orange Avenue (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
moneys coming into this Association, for services desire, from the obligations of having fruitor the picking packing handling, marketing, ,
than one of the Mayflower names? It tendered or otherwise, shall be used by it produce grown upon the land so sold shipping and selling of any and all of the
is by no means essential that they for paying the expense of, and otherwise main- marketed or handled under the authority of produce and material, which this Associationis Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old frftnda
taining this Association, and any surplus this herein authorized to handle and market.
Association.ARTICLE
take such a step, but if they choose thereof remaining in its hands shall be usedas Vn ARTICLE XII and to make new ones.
the Board of Directors of this Associationshall That the place where the principal businessof It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
fi do so, and if the courts are willing, deem to the best interest of the Association said Association is to be transacted is understood, by and between all the persons
who is harmed? The older Endicotts and said Association shall issue to each Geneva County of Orange, State of Florida. becoming members of this Association and
Our list of and
person who shall become a member thereof, a And the annual meetings of the members of furthermore fully understood and agreed, by city acreage property is surpassed by none,
should find little difficulty in maintain- certificate of membership, and shall receivein this Association shall convene at said placeon all persons who may hereafter become mem-
return therefor the sum of One Dollar the first Tuesday in May, of each and every bers of this Association, that one of the purposes and we haveioins exceptional! laigairs J CoMEIND SEE Us
their aloofness from the ;
ig younger ($1.00) to be converted into the Treasury of year at which time and place its Directors and objects of this Association is to
:Russian branch of the family, if such said corporation; but no person shall at any shall be elected and inducted into office. I bring about the carrying into effect a system I
time have, own or control more than one ARTICLE VIII of mutual co-operation between the citrus
&e their desire. certificate of membership in said Association, That each and every member of'this Association and other produce growers of the State of Lord & Bradshaw
In America far than in I nor shall any person not a grower of citrus shall place the packing and handlingof Florida in the picking, packing, handling'
more Eng- fruit become or remain a member of this all citrus fruit, and such other produce as shipping and marketing, of all citrus fruit,'
land today or in the England of Shak- Association. may be handled by this Association, and and other produce owned, and controlled by :
17 S. ORANGE AVLIMitMIMHIMMtllMIIIti FLA.
ARTICLE IV grown or controlled by him, her "or them, the members of this and kindred Associationsin i ORLANDO, .
tlSP are's time, there i is. very little in ) That -the purposes for which this Associa- into this Association and that this Associa- the State of Florida; and to that end this
A is judged by his I tion is formed are to buy lease, rent, sell, tion shall charge for the packing and hand- Association is created and organized in con- III II MtMIIIIIIIMMMr
:a name. man occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real ling of such fruit and produce, such reason- nection with and under the Florida Citrus It.

work-or by his money, which is likely and personal property which may be neces able compensation as the Board of Directorsof Exchange, and will at all times cooperatewith _. :--.:::. ---- -
sary or convenient for the conduct of its business this Association shall fix and determine.But and through said Florida Citrus Exchange - -
to be much the same thing. There and to build lease and rent packing any member of this Association shall as a part of the system of exchanges
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discrimination against a Vander- 'I I houses for the packing of fruit, also to purchase have the right to withdraw his fruit and produce which go to make up, control, and operate i ij\n.c WW1iGW1 vvvv"> f .. .. "r: "r.r.rr
B no
+I all material that may be necessary or for any one year, from said Association said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose headquarters V.ilWwyww'I)
Kit because his name is Dutch, convenient for the purpose of packing or preparing without penalty, by giving in writing to said are now located in the City of
i i citrus fruit, or other Florida grown Association notice within the ten days next Tampa, and State of Florida. And that all LIGHT THE t
against a Ryan because his name is products for market. Also to sell, as agents before the annual meeting of this Association ;I citrus fruit and other produce placed in the
Irish against a Morgan because his I I citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of: that he desires so te withdraw his fruitor hands of this Association, shall be marketed -
fruits and produce, which may be grown or other produce from the same; but in that exclusively through said Florida Citrus I
name is Welsh. These names are fully 1 1 controlled by members of this Association. event said members so giving said notice, Exchange. PATH TO I IIi
Also to own stock in any other incorporation I ceases to be a member of said Association and ARTICLEXI1I PROSPERITY
as fraught with magic as Endicottor 1 or association, similar to this Association, existing all rights and privileges in said Association, That the names and places of residence of
Eliot. And if one of them had, byacme for the advancement, and protectingof belonging to said member shall thereuponcease the subscribing members and incorporatorsto _
fruit and produce growers in the State of and determine. Provided however, andit these Articles of Incorporation and Associ-
chance whim, adopted Endicott Florida. Also to purchase and sell to theI is hereby agreed and fully understood by ation, are as follows:
Merchants who Electric lose
I, members of this Association such fertilizer, all persons joining this Association, that any Names Residences.E. use Signs never I
substitute for his Ii
:as a family name, and fumigating and spraying implements and member of the withdrawing from this Curlett Geneva
Ie .would have been gleefully claimed materials, as may be thought by the Board Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
'of Directors of this Association, from time to through any other source than throughthis Geo. Duchardt Geneva
t5y Beacon Hill, and a pedigree would time, by their resolution, to be necessary or Association, or withholding the same And each of said members of this proposed cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
have been I convenient for the fertilizations of lands, or from this Association, and without giving the Association, and incorporators who" has J
produced to prove the legitimacy the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, notice, as hereinbefore provided shall forfeitto subscribed his name thereto, has paid into customers if use an Electric Sign. It acts
-- of hiS title. i; which belong to the members of this Associa- this Association, as and for liquidated dam- the treasury of this corporation, now being you I
1 tion. Also to buy and contract for the purchase ages to this Association, for such withdrawal, created the sum of One Dollar, for member- j like irresistible the
The chief objection to the taking of anything, that is considered by the the sum ,of fifty cents per box, for all citrus ship thereof, which will entitle each of tht m\\ an magnet, drawing alii|
of American names by foreigners Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the I fruit or other produce, produced by him during upon the issuance of letters patent to j trade within its reach That is the
prevention of insect pests or for the destruction the year of said withdrawal, and so with- Association to a membership in the same, I : reason
teems to come -from the fact that I thereof for the benefits of its members as I drawn by him. It is further hereby and a certificate of such membership upon, |
i fruit and produce growers. Also the right to stood and agreed that in case any under-I! however, such person signing the bylaws of they command the attention oi buyers.
the men who assume this liberty are'act own contract for and operate all necessary this Association who has said Association including the contract for
men of wealth. It is puerile I appliances that the Board of Directors, at fruit or produce from this as his or her fruit to said Association as provided I I III
a any time, may think necessary for the fertil above described afterwards wishes to return I in said bylaws.In I
objection, and destinctly Unamerican. ization of groves and fields, the fumigationand and rejoin this Association, and exercise the Witness Whereof, Each of said incorporators For Every Store Owner j jNo
Without spraying of trees and plants or the ex- rights of a member, that he may do so by, and members of this
passing on the desirability tinction of insect pests, on the lands belong-I and with the consent only of a majority of! ciation, has hereunto subscribed his name and 1
abandoning old world ing to the members of the Association, the Board of Directors of this Association, affiixed his seal to these Articles of Incorporation -
patronymicsone charge therefor, and collect, such reasonable I and upon his paying to this Association all and Association. matter how small his business, the Electric -
may offhand condemn the Beacon rates for said services, as may be establishedby penalties that have been assessed against him, !I Names Residences.E. I
fill priggishness which has the Board of Directors from time to time, I 1 and not previously paid.ARTICLE. I Curlett (Seal) Geneva II Sign is the cheapest and most effective
inter- for the uses above mentioned. And said Asso-1 I IX I I Geo. E. Mathews CSt-an] Geneva I EI
'used the protest.-Exchange. ciation shall be empowered to engage in a I That the term for which this Associationshall George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva C advertising.
brokerage factor and commission selling business exit is fifty years from and after the STATE OF FLORIDA, I .
to purchase boxes, paper, nails and other date of its incorporation. COUNTY OF ORANGE. .
Phone for call and submit
packing material; to engage in and conducta ARTICLE X I Before the undersigned authority, personally our Sign Designer to
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION drayage, transfer, forwarding and shipping I That the officers of said Association who I appeared E. Curlett, Geo. E. Mathews George I" '
business; to purchase, hold, lease or otherwise I shall transact its business, shall be a Board Duchardt. who being by me duly sworn, did a sketch. f-fIi
acquire freight and refrigerator cars, I II : of Directors, a President and a VicePresident each for himself, depose say and acknowledge
1 wagons, drays, trucks, boats, vessels and other I. and said President and Vice-President, :i that he subscribed his name to the above propos- I i I No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF TUB vehicles, and the necessary motive power and .1' shall also be the President and Vice-President, i i ed Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers' Asso-
GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S ASSOCIATION 1 equipment for the same, and to engage in the I I respectively, of said Board of Directors, and 1 ciation, and affixed his seal to the same, for
I transportation business of all such produce, each of them shall), at the time of filling said j the uses and purposes mentioned in said Charter I'" o
Inow All Men By These Presents; That material and other commodities as may be I I office, be a member of this Association, and a I and in order to validate and acknowledge eII
*f, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the owned or controlled by it, but not as a com- director in the same. And this Association the same.
Sate of Florida, at least three of whom are mon carrier. And to dispose of the same at I I shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer;I E. CURLETT
widenU and citizens of the State of Flor- will To borrow and loan money by or upon both of which officers may be filled by one and I GEO. E. MATHIEUX, ORLANDO l WATER & LIGHT b L CO.
s Isla, have this day voluntarily associated ourselves mortgage on real estate, or otherwise, and I the same person. And the number of Direc- GEORGE DUCHARDT. II .I.Il1w.iMM
together for the purpose of forming a generally to transact, carry on, and performall tors of this Association shall be three, but the Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the
ScrticuHural corporation and association under such other business operations as are : said Association, without amendment of its I 6th day of May, 1913.
provid-e germain or incident to the purpose abovementioned charter, may at any time, by a twothirdsvote II. II. PATTISHALL,
and of the Directors, increase its Directory, Notary Public. WITH GAS
agricultural non-profit associations and cor- ARTICLE V and may at any time after so increasing the 'I My commission expires on 13th day of COOK
ismions, in accordance with this proposed That any person or persons, who is, or are I same, and by a similar vote of its Directors July, 1915.
%darter and we hereby adopt these Articles'of bona fide fruit or produce growers, or who decrease its directory, as said Directors shall (Seal) M M ""' M
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: PLACES OF WORSHIPMethodist Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, Pastor. THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEP. Paul A. Horn
Sunday Sshool at 9:45 a. m. W. R., ING POSTED '
For the Next Fifteen
O'Neal, Superintendent 1 DaysWe
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "How many things we have '

J. E. Wray, Pastor Morning Anthem, "Dens Miseratur"I proposed to do,how many planned REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. C. E. Dudley Buck. yet how we loiter in our noblest will sell Lime at 90c
Howard, superintendent Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m., Miss, purposes! You may be always Box 624 Orlando, Fla
Mabel Briggs, Supt. successful if do but set out '
you
Preaching by the Pastor, 11 a. m. barrel delivered
Subject: "Mother, Home, Heaven." Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. well and let your thoughts and I per ,
Music, "The Way of Faith," Dudley Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. practices proceed upon the right
Buck. m. method." I five barrel lots.
Evening Anthem, "God of Earth You have often made up your '
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A.
Hoffner, president. and Heaven" Dudley Buck.A mind to buy something for the THE OAKlANDTHE I It,
Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30. Sub- cordial invitation to visitors and. person or the home, but have put '
ject: "The Awfulness of Sudden strangers. off doing so from time to time. Florida Metal Co.McNEII..DAVIS r rI
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Death." Then one day you pick up a week-

Music, "The Mellow Eve," Homer, Catholic Church. old paper and discover some es- CAR I BUILDING
Pentacost Sunday. pecially worth-while offer of the '
Male quartette. I
Belo by Mrs. Likins. Mass, 7 a. m. Sunday School 9 a. very thing.you needed. THAT EVERYBODY Phone 41. .
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Midweek prayer service, Wednes- m. Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m. Ros This emphasizes the importance I'
day evening, 7:30. A cordial welcometo ary Sermon and Benediction, 7:30, p. of keeping posted on when and "w TALKING
everybody. m. how to buy to advantage. Grasp 'I
Living ?nd beceased mothers will your opportunities by reading the ABOUTASK
Chmtadelphian be especially remembered in the serv- advertisements in THE SENTINEL 'I
ices. All welcome. carefully day. FOR DEMONSTRATION
every
Memorial Service, 10:30 a. m.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/ 1 The Best the
is Cheapest
Lecture, 7:30 p. m. Subject: Emmanuel Baptist I SEE
"Wherein Do Protestant Sects Pro-
Preaching Sunday both morningand -'" _"
test?" evening by the Pastor, Rev. Preston MAGRUDER"Make SO GET THE BEST OF j
Christadelphian Hall, Davis & Mc- Boyd. RANK ...- i iI
Neill block. No collections. A HYERS
welcome to all. cordial Morning subject: "Rise of Ideals. Manufacturer of Artificial Ii, I Paints and Wall Paper !
At the evening service, Mr. Boyd
will "A Lost Stone, Fancy Columns and II
speak on Crown. All I 1
good" with good printing
St. Luke's Cathedral Ornamental Work II ;
are invited to attend the services of you can get it at the Sentinel. Facilities THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES .
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean. the church which held
are at the Rest Livingston and Railroad
for the desired article
unequaled
Whitsunday and Tea Room. I IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
Services for the day as follows: in this section. Phone 24. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO \
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7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. You are entitled to credt for doing DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. the things you want to do. The taste I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
10:30 a.m Morning Prayer. for virtue may have to be cultivated. .
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and *

Sermon, Subject, "Work of the Holy Now that we have selfcookingranges NewIN GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
Ghost" I self-rocking cradles and self- Everything i
7:30 p.m. Evening prayer and supporting wives, matriomny shouldno
lecture. The lecture at the
evening
longer interfere with a man'spleasure. ----------- -------- -- ----- -- --- --
service on "Confirmation" will be the .
second in a course on the Churches I RECEIVED !! t
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II I LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KIHONAS
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Sacramental System. THE ACME TOUCH.In I
Good music at both services and UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS I

cordial welcome First for every one. a the a course means with of of pianos my action,work I adjustmentfor have and discovered experiments --, SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S FOR HOUSEHOLD. GOODS AND SCHOOL Till SILKS S S, CREPE[ [ CHIFFONS S'f.t.'


BaptistThe upright pianos that brings the action ,
services at the First Baptist to the highest point of responsive '
church Sunday will be conducted by ness. The change is unmistakable, CREPE VOILES f.
Dr. E. T. Poulson. There will be ser- the improved FEEL of the keys made (:.
vices both morning and evening. doubly responsive and pleasing to the
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Sunday school at 9:30 at the closeof I i:performer. During the next three DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE Bulgarian Trimmings and Ribbons t tJ
which, Dr. Poulson will give a I I:months, I wish to tune two hundred
apedal address.B. pianos in and around Orlando, and POST OFFICE
Y. P. U. at6:30ledbyMrEu- without extra charge, will give all
gene Reid. All the young people requested upright pianos this most delightful Latest Styles in Millinery :

to be present. An interest- touch improvement Next winter I CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST ,I
ing meeting is expected.The expect to charge five dollars extra for

evening services, which will the readjustment independent of the PRICES ALWAYS" MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN ":
begin promptly at 7:30, will close the tuning. .
series of revival meetings. 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner.


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The Daily A FRUITLESS TREE GIVE THE GIRLS A CHANCEToo .
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South Florida Sentinel That a tree is known bv the fruitit much distinction is made be- 1

MORNING AND WEEKLY bears, has never been refuted since tween boys and girls, in their play,
the day the great Master gave utter- their work and their educational

Entered at the poet office at Orlando ance to the words. training. This was the text of an ad-
Florida u Second Clue Man Matter. Men, like trees, are known by their WOMEN
dress by Mrs. Charles T. Weller, of i

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I fruits. Institutions like men are Lawrence, Kansas, at the morning

judged by results. session of the Recreation Congress in .
THE DAILY SENTINEL The Florida legislature will be Chicago. 1

One year .....................$5.00 measured by its fruits. "Many people begin, in his babyhood

Six Months ................... 2.50 What are the fruits of its labors? to train the boy away from the I The daintiest women find the

Three Months ................. 1.25 Would any good husbandman leave a gentler side of life by taking away exquisite designs

tree encumber that portion of the his doll. Later they teach him that they want in our big assortment. Women
87 newt carrier In Orlando. 60 ante per earth to which he holds title if the who
month. Daily and Sunday. certain home duties belong to the
tree was as fruitless and worthlessas girl; and since the boy's work- are fond of jewelry those who want
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found the present legislature? If this somethingthat
M silt in Orlando at Curita A 0NeaI'a Book such as cutting wood and drawing
Store. legislature has been productive of water-no longer has a place in the is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
any good what is it? What are the ,
We will appreciate prompt complaint if city household, he grows up withouta
delivery U not properly\ made by our carriers. people of Florida going to do aboutit sense of responsibility and devotion their desires here, for our stock is peculiarly

Adevrtbing rates will be furnished on application ? toward his own home when he has t
Will they burden the great State of rich in articles of than
one; and on that rock has split the more ordinary beauty. )
Florida longer with that kind of tim-
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL happiness of many families.

for year, by mail postage paid .......1.00 ber? "The girl, on the other hand, is con- For those seeking birthday or other gifts there r
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida What live issue is there in Florida stantly repressed and, because her

Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building today worthy of consideration by an faults are not dramatic like those of are many suggestions.T.H.Evans .
Phone 24 manhood? Other than the t
intelligent her brother, her elders fail to realize !

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. question of who shall hold the offices that she needs broad training to free
and who shall be boss what is the political -
from the
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. her narrowness and petti-
in Florida? t
issue
ness of women, which has been the

SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913 So long as this condition of affairs jest of the ages."Vigorous .
exists, the commonwealth of Florida
sports, especially games,
will have little part in National poli- are found to develop just those char-
Every man has a little blue skyto
sell. tics. Unless the men in control of acteristics in which women are lack I

state politics remedy conditions, there and
o ing-physical strength courage, the Jeweler
will be an upheaval in the .
A young man looks for land, an old sense of justice, public spirit, free-
man for climate. politics of this state that will dom from self-consciousness and a ,

o be disappointing to many. He broad democratic spirit. Yet tradi-

who keeps his ear close to the tion for the most bars from
in part girls
There is a good deal of junk every -.
ground can hear the rumble of the such that while the
store of information. sports, so boys OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
o Chariot now, and a new political play baseball the girls must look on
party will loom on the horizon one
The Florida legislature is a splen- I up enviously or play sickly sentimenta' EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. ,
of these that will make sit
days us
did illustration of motion without games of their own; if they are not
up and take notice. A new elementis
at home bearing home duties or re- II
progress.Art o being introduced into this state thatis sponsibilities-that often are too

may also be briefly describedas growing stronger each year and heavy for them-or waiting idly and

another excuse for raising the one of these days this mighty army impatient for the boys to be free to I
will rise up and take possession of them.
join
price of admission.The
the land and not even the Ark to the!
-- ----" --- ------- -
o "Let the girls play hard sometimesand ----------- --- ---- -- -
Covenant which is being traduced in -
deadly cigarette got in its workat forget themselves. Quieter sport l
the house of its friends will be saved. !
Sheridan, Indiana, when it started -music, literature, art-have their
that $100,000 fire. The books will be opened and there very important place for the girl, and
will be an accounting that will shake much for the For with
--! o quite as boy. TO
the foundations of the old political SILK OCKIN G S
Good roads got a mighty cold. } this all-round training each may be '
machine.
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shoulder from this legislature. That gentle and each may be strong when'
honorable body does not lack sand Florida has lots of good men, some occasion demands it; and together "
of them in office. But there is
room round fuller
but likes sand.Marriage they may out a more
o for more good men in office. wholesome life for the race."

grows in popularity. Ac-

tors and athletes, who never before TilE SENTINEL A FIXTUREIt CALIFORNIA LEGISLATUREThe

went to that trouble, now are observ- For Day

ing all of the formalities. is amusing how some people try members of the California legis-
lature have the destinction of
o to persuade themselves that the Daily pass-
Little is known of the Bulgars, but Sentinel can not keep up its present ing a law that pleases no body except and

the fact that the bagpipe is their national standard of excellence and hope that themselves. The Japanese land act

instrument that ndicates that the day is near at hand when its is displeasing to the government at
not musical Washington, because it violates the EveningWear
they are a people. obituary may be chronicled.To i
Federal treaties with It is
Japan.
o
such we offer the kindly advice
When'the legislature adjourns (and not to attempt to hold your breathin unpopular at Tokio for the same I

that word sounds well) no doubt the suspense waiting for anything like reason and so unpopular in California

usual stereotype resolution "We that to happen. The Sentinel is a i that the people of the state are demanding -

point with pride" will be passed. part of Orlando and will remain a fixture -' that it be referred to the

0 here and, like wine, will grow people for a vote. i
There are various ways in which better with age. As a piece of political demagogarythis \\\A\ \

the contempt of other men may be in The Sentinel has but one ambitionand law ranks with some of the

curred. One of them is to quit smok- that is to furnish the people of masterly efforts of the Florida legis Our'Personal Guarantee

ing at the request of fiance. lature.It .
your this good little city a newspaper
--i worthy of the support of all people is very likely that the courts of \\ \ ,
Pair 0
Do not confuse your definitions. A and will continue that policy. the United States will have to take a Accompanies Every

friend is one for whom you wish to The circulation has grown beyondall hand before this matter is gotten out \ \\ \\ i
of the hands of the .
do something, and not one whom you expectations and during the sum politician.It '
expect to do something for you. is also very possible that the recall -
mer season new machinery will be in-
--0- stalled that will make this one of the will be brought into operationwith Marion B. Ives
reference to several state officials
If the suffragettes accomplish no best equipped offices in the State and -

other good at Tallahassee, they may Orlando can boast a daily paper equalto and members of the legislative

at least be the means of the legisla- the best in the State. body. .

ture adjourning at an early date. The many kindnesses shown us by

o business men and residents are ap- ORANGE COUNTY.The EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

The efforts in New York to get preciated and will inspire us to even
the men higher up into the criminal better effort. total citrus area of Orange

courts shows that the high up politician Our Weekly has increased wonder- County_ u comprises_ .1,300 acres planted Second FloorTHE

is no longer immune from punishment fully in circulation, and is now travel- as follows: Bearing oranges about I
equally divided between navels and
ing to all parts of the United States,
Valencias, 641,000 trees, or 7,122 acres
o including the Island possessions.An I'
non-bearing oranges practically all
W. C. Temple presents another
Valencias, 287,800 trees, ar 1,3,198 I
memorial. This time he asks Con- old-fashioned SHIFTING WAIST LINE 1
in
woman telling acres; bearing lemons, 112,900 trees,
gress to exempt Life Insurance Com- just how she
happened to give her 1,255 acres; non-bearing lemons,124-
panies from the Income Tax. What numerous children such well known 000 trees, or 1,400 acres. Women want the ballot, and should
next, Mr. Temple? have it. But what need mostis
women
names, said: "That boy? He's Bill On account of soil and climate be AUTOMOBILE

0 Bryan- fer it's talk. talk. talk. from ing ideally adapted to Valencias, a permanent injunction restrainingthe

Big business and selfish interests morn'in till night. And this un's I while producing a very poor quality waist line from making more than

who have been crying that the new Chauncey Depew, fer never in my of navel, all the new plantings for the two moves per year.

tariff bill would injure business got a l life did I see such a feller for yell- II past eight years have been to the for- The purveyors of feminine clothing BULLETINThese

jolt when Mr. Wilson asked them in' after dinner. But Ian' sakes, mer variety or lemons, and the out- have two schemes for boosting profits.
what business and how One .in.. t/\ use flimsy materials.. SO that.
? None have them twins! Russell Sage and Het- put of navels from this section will -- ----

Jet filed their answer. I tie Green, come here! You rascals, decrease in the future, while the out- rdesses wear out quickly.The .
other is to change styles so
o allus fillin your pockets with doughan' put of Valencias, should double in the

The persent National administration not one earthly thing will make I next ten years, and the lemon out often that even the flimsiest dress be-

has revoked Mr. Taft's post you empty 'em! This young un's put treble.Grower.GOOD comes passe before it has time to are Bargains in Re-BuIlt Cars. Each one is ,

election order putting fourth class the prize of the bunch, ef she is trou- wear out In working this scheme, guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip- .|
waist line is the trump
the shifting
post officers under civil service pro- ble-some. Once she rolled over and ADVERTISING NEWS
ped and ready to
card of traders. run.
thrifty
tection. This will open to view at over down them cellar stars, an' -

least a glimpse of the promised land proved herself, sartain, a daughter of Manufacturers, merchants, and "The moving waist .line writes and

to many a waiting soul. the revolution. Sech a time as mean others who use the advertising col- having writ
old man had a'namin' her Moves up-or down; nor all your anx- 11912 Studebaker "30"
o my umns of the Sentinel no longer regard fourpassenger -
wit
In this day and of the world He was sot on Clara Barton, 'causehe their expenditures in the light of ious
age ,. I it back 'till fashion shall
Shall lure extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
people think and reason for them- was such a red cross babybutI I expense, but of investment I ,
elves. The 'ud none of that; she's such a buster Now that is decree,
mere statement that advertising being
purg-
of absorbers etc. $600.00
Nor all tears abate the pinch
your ,
black is white is not generally accepted lout an' named her Carrie Na- ed of exaggeration and untruth, the "
it.
howevsr strenuous the effortsof tion.-Philadelphia Times. reading public, especially that large Go to, therefore, and add somethingto
circle_ of__ Sentinel_ __
the ultera. People do their own -nnn readers who receive
the motto on the banners. "Votes 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car
assaying and may be depended upon Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Restaurant the paper at their homes or carefully'I for women, and a six months' stay of complete,

to get the truth and the best withouta Sunday, Price 50 cents. It carry it home with them each day, execution on the waist lines." Even $500.00.
nudge followed by fallacious argu- take as much interest in the advertisements in
i the dull male creature engaged
ments. as they do in the news.
could -
NEW CADILLAC filling the pocketbook appreciate
After all, Sentinel advertising is

When, after a number- of years in I I news of the most interesting, instructive Juornal.a sentiment like that-Chicago 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.
For sale at a bargain. Completely and profitable kind.
an exalted position a man finds himself -.
no longer cock of the walk-' equipped. Electric lights and elec- And if it is a good investment for
tric starter. Seat covers, bumper,' the The commissioners of Pass-aGrille
advertiser
to
place his
when, indeed, he finds that the sun I, news be-
trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer fore are advertising for bids for the con-
you constantly it is
still rises without his equally pro-
personal
super- Clock, windshield, silk mohair fitable for struction of a new dock, 205 feet wide
our readers to
read
of the is hard for attentively
intendency job-it
the victim of circumstances to become top, nickel plated trimmings throughout the ,valuable informationthus out to deep water and for the in-i San Juan Garage

Extra tire and tire cover. Rea- imparted. stallation of a water and sewer sys- _
accustomed to the change, but in time
for car. Address box No. 568, City. tem. This little island town is fast
he manages to sink into the notch I
allotted to him. 5-7 tf Subscribe for the Sentinel. becoming a city.


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(THE STORE OF SATISFACTION)


Our window display of Irish and Scotch Linens gives but an inadequate CHILDREN'S WHITE DR SSES. LADIES SUMMER UNDERWEAR
have in We have these in a variety of pretty designs, comprising both the We are pleased to announce a shipment of the Famous "COMFYCUT"
1 of qualities and colorings we
idea of the splendid range
plain and pleated effects. Prices range from 50c to $2.25 and sizes Union Suits and Vests, Prices 25c to $1.00 a suit.
stock.
t from six months to 14
years.
It voices, however, our ablhty..to show the latest that fashion calls GENTS FURNISHINGS
for. Price range is 15c, 20c, 30c, 33c and 40 to 50cc per yard. MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN'S WHITE DRESSES
and In this line, we have just received fresh shipments of B. V. D. Under-
Lace
We have the new Maltese Embroidery effects and the
FROM PLOUEN AND ST. GALL be wear, Porous Knit and Gauze goods, in all sizes. Union Suits or single
designs are our own property, and can not duplicated at any price
garments.
We have just received some of the most tasty, delicate and original in Orlando
Our Straw Hat stock is complete, in stiff or flexible rims, and Pan
designs from these well known Swiss Manufacturing Centres, comprising Misses' sizes 14 to 19 years, and prices range from $2.50 to $7.50. amas.

Allovers at 50c, 60c, 75c and $1.00.. Also 27-inch Flouncings at 50c, Small Women's sizes 32 to 36, prices $3.00 to $10.00.
All sizes in the Famous Double Triangle Linen Collors, quarter
75c, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard. And Flouncings at $1.00, $1.23
.4a-mch GIRLS COLORED DRESSES sizes and the "KANT KRACK" water proof collars for those that want
and $1.50 per yard. Laces and Insertions from 5c to $1.00 a yard. "
We have these by the hunderd and can suit every taste and every collars that won't "wilt.

READY-TO-WEAR GOODS pocket. Sizes 2 years to 14 years, prices 35c to L50. SHOES

Daily shipments keeps our special range of designs and colorings OUR BOYS' WASH SUITS Well, we have not space to tell you about our shoes this time. You

right up to the minute. We can meet the requirements of every pocket, These need no introduction, as we have sold so many of them this know we keep them, and that they "ARE RIGHT," both in style and

and it is well known that we give values far above the average, and in seasan that you can ask almost any boy you see with a wash suit on, and price and that they wear, and are positively guaranteed to give satisfac

fact, this is what has given our store the name of "TilE STORE OF he will tell you he got it at BOARDMAN'S. Sizes 2 to 8 years, and tion. We have all sizes, from Infant's to No. 15 Men's. We can fit your

SATISFACTION." the prices are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. foot and your pocket book at the same time.



F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE




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Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Res- Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Yates will leave Mr. H. C. Anderson, one of Apop- A NEW ENTERPRISE
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I taurant, Sunday, Price 50 cents. It Tuesday for their home in Medelia :ka's young and enterprising citizens,

Minnesota, where they will spend the spent yesterday in Orlando on busi- ,I Mr. J. W. Evans has erected at the

lbl THE TUNER Mrs. R. L Harris, for several yearsa summer. The Sentinel goes with I I, ness. corner of Main and Washington street

ORLANDO. FLA. popular member of Orlando society, them. !I ode block north of the Court House,

j arrived in the city yesterday after- The legslature last week trimmedoff a new and complete photographic

noon from Jacksonville, and is the Mr. W. M. Coble who, will be remembered part of Calhoun county-the part studio; his parlors were built especially AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Mr. Herman Hoffman has left for 1 house guest of Mrs. W. L. Palmer. as a former freight agentof I I known as the peninsula-and gave it'' for him under his direction and L. Murray

Long Island, N. Y. \ the Seaboard Air Line, spent a1 I to Bay county. I II therefore they are perfectly adaptedto I Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542

i J. J. Mitchell of Fostoria, Ohio, is couple of days in Orlando this weekin I I II !good work, being large, well light

Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Res I I spending a few days in the city before the interest of the M. D. & S. Rail- I Mrs. Alice Peters, one"of Bartow's'II ed'' and convenient to the public. TIME IS MONEY-DONT BURN

taurant, Sunday, Price 50 cents. It I l his departure for the north. He road, of which he is Traveling Com-I best. nurses expects to leave _Monday -j The location is ideal, situated in a TIME

!has been spending the winter at St. mercial Agent with headquarters in i for Orlando, where she has accepted I Ii quiet neighborhood, away from the

Savannah. a position in the sanatorium.Mrs. : noise of business, shaded by large
Mr. Geo. D. Bishop, of .Sanford, Petersburg. When you hear of some one burn-
bus I I Peters has many friends here beautiful oaks, all on the ground floor
spent yesterday in Orlando on ng money, you know the person spoken -
iness. !' Charles A Dallas, proprietor of the Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Restaurant ;; who regret her departure but hope: and only a few minutes walk from the of is wasteful.

1; Acme stone and bricks works, was in Sunday, Price 50 cents. It she may return some time.-Bartow center of the city.A I When you do your shoppng do you

Miss May Kilmer has returned froma ,I Orlando yesterday transacting busi- Record I dainty ladies' dressing room is burn your time? You do waste a

two-week's vsit to her sister, Mrs. :i ness. Mr. Dallas is an honest workman THE NEW SHERIFF set apart for their use with every fearful lot of it unless you plan your

Claire, of Fernandina.Mr. and is building up a fine busi- i The members of the Democratic I convenience. shopping ahead.
i ness. Mr. Frank Gordon may well feel Executive Committee of Washington I The camera is one of the finest in! Let the advertising columns of The

H. T. Barton, who has been I! proud of the high compliment paid county, who reside in the recently the State and can be automatically I Sentinel be your shopping directory.You .

stopping at the St. Charles has gone Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hazlett will him yesterday by his fellow citizens. : created Bay county met at Panama adjusted to suit any position. I will find a timesaving answer

to Montgomery, Ala. (leave Tuesday for Ariel, Pa., where The office of Sheriff is one that carries : City last Saturday and ordered a It was the pleasure of a Sentinel 'I there every day to all your shopping

j they will spend the summer, returning with it grave responsibilities and the primary election to nominate officers representative to visit Mr. Evans' problems.

Mr Terres Russell, of Bowling'! to Orlando about October first. fact that so young a man was selected I'for the new county, said primary to new parlors and, although Mr. Evanswas Don't go aimlessly from store to

Green, Ky., is among the late arrivals -I The Weekly Sentinel'will be their in- for the place shows how great a I held June 7th, and the date of the very busy, he took time to show store. Make a note of the interesting

at the San Juan. formation bureau during their ab- confidence the Committee has in this second primary is set for June 21st. him through his fine set of rooms. things announced by the reputable
He has had considerable I! Mr. Evans' work is in a class by
i i sence. : young man. merchants who seek your patronage

:Mrs. S. E. Woolford is among the: I experence and has the stuff in him to j 1 I t| At every session of the legislature itself and is far above the average through The Sentinel. And if you
done in the cities.
at the San Juan. She arrived i Messrs. Charles Lord and J. N.'i make a good sheriff. He will find ,, for the writer even largest are not sure what you want, let the
guests as long as can remember -
Orlando back of All work_ is finished______ in___ the_ very bpst
of n nn n
York.J. Bradshaw of Orlando's the good people advertisements offer suggestions.
last evening from New I wo repre- some legislator has ntroduced
and highest art known to the
him in effort at law enforce- pro Remember that the advertisements .
sentative business men, left on the every a bill to make burglary punishable fession. daily
early train this morning for St. Pe ment. I Ii At the session in this paper represent a ser-
i I
G. Washburn, of Danville, 111., ._ by hanging. present Mr. Evans comes to Orlando from
tersburg. When these gentlemen go the bill introduced vice rendered by the merchant to the
by Representa-
j who has been spending the winter in I was Decatur, Ill., with numerous testi-
'!quietly we watch for the announcement Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Res- i tive Acosta of Duval and the customer. Use this service to your
the city, left for his home last night. away l county, monials of his proficiency in his art
I I of a big real estate deal. taurant, Sunday, Price 50 cents. It 1 House has passed it. What its fate' best advantage.A .
nd has several medals presented to
I H MMIM 'I will be in the Senate is not known. If
Rev. J. F. McKinnon is off for At- I him for superior work and the finished -
MISS GORDON'S FUNERALThe bill becomes law three-story hotel is to be erected
The Junior Civic League made a this a no burglar
lanta in attendance at the Presbyterian photographs shown in his parlors,I Iin
Blountstown in the
future.
Assembly. His address is Imrial great success of their Candy and I will take chances on being capturedof speak for themselves.The near
Flower Sale yesterday selling out funeral of Miss M. B. Gordonwas he by committing mur- -
1 Hotel. may escape public is cordially invited to
everything they had. These young held in the Hand Undertaking der, because the punishment for mur- visit this studio, which will be thrown The clay road which is being laid

merchants are making a good start parlors yesterday afternoon, Dr. J. der wll be no greater than for bur- open Monday morning May 12th. The between Bartow and Lakeland is now
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic H. Rand, accompanied -I and Orlando will see the effects of W. Stagg conducting the service. Ow- glary. It occurs to us that insteadof Sentinel welcomes Mr. Evans and his laid about five miles out of Bartow.

I by their daughters, Misses I the Juniors' efforts before the season ing to the great distance of relativesin safeguarding human life, the law family to Orlando and extends to -

Mary and Evelyn, motored to the city: ends. California, willed to bury her here. would be an incentive to murder.- them the glad hand of friendship. NEW AUTOMOBILECost

I yesterday afternoon.Mr. The services were short, but impressive Bradford County Telegraph. -

and the body was interred in the '
We are in receiv of a copy of Da. |2200. Will trade for house
C. D. Willsen, of Philadelphia, vis' "Civil War and Reconstruction I Orlando cemetery. QUAKER QUIPSWe lot or good lot to build on. This

j arrived in Orlando last night and will in Florida," and find in it a most interesting I car is equipped with electric lights
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY are never too old to learn the '
I remain here until Tuesday. He is and thorough history of this NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS latest wrinkle. and electric starter, seat covers, bumper

I a guest of the San Juan. State, up to and during the Civil War trunk rack, electric horn, speed
By getting prices on your Many a ,man has won his spurs,
and on through the reconstruction If you miss your paper, don't get ometer, clock, windshield, silk mohair
Brick and Stone Work only to find them a thorn n the flesh.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Quigley, Mr. and period. Every library in the State mad, as it it next to impossible for before Things are not always what they top, nickel trimmings throughout Extra -

[Mrs. L. L. Broughton and Mrs. Ray- should be supplied with a copy of the our carrier boys not to miss someone building.Phone seem. Many a girl's modesty is pure tire, tube and tire cover. Reason

mond Jordan, of DeLand, are in Or- volume. It is published by Long- once in a while. Just call 24 over or Write affectation. for selling: have no further use

lando, guests of the San Juan. man's, Green & Co., Fourth avenue the 'phone, give your street address Acme Brick and Reputation and character are aboutas for car. Address box No. 668, City.
and 30th street, New York.If and name. We will be glad to sent 5-7 tf
the north
synonomous as and south
you a paper.A .
The building boom in Orlando still Stone Works poles.
[continues unabated and no less than you have a house for rent, ad- This would be a much more pleas- FOR RENT
[twenty houses are now in the courseof vertise in the Sentinel's classified column cynic may be one who has dis- Maitland Florida ant world if there weren't so many -

construction within the city limits. and get a tenant. covered the bitterness in stolen sweets ways of making people unhappy. Nice large rooms, furnished. Con

Many a man never does anything venient for busniess people, also light

worth while because he thinks t isn't house keeping. Delightful location

HMiimilllilitillliHMilMIMIMIIHIIIMMItlilllllilMiMHIIMIIM I worth while.-Philadelphia Record. with or without board. Terms very

reasonable. Address, WC. care Sentinel
i Subscribe for the Sentinel office. 5-9 3t

- THE GRAND THEATER .

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Program For Monday If you can't go to Palm BeachYOU


Grand Theatre CAN


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"MASTER AND MAN" (Drama) . . . Edison ; WEAR A PALM BEACH SUIT "\


A Story Loving Sacrifice

MOTION PICTURES \Ve have the Genuine


Picture Changed Daily. 'TOO MUCH PARCEL POST" (Comedy) . . .-.Pathe PALM BEACH CLOTHING IN

l I I' NIFTY NORFOLKS and
Portrays the Trials of a Postman SACKS

FIRST SHOW, > < 7il5 P.M I



SECOND SHOW, 8il5 Pi. j I!I "Hinemoa" (Drama) . . . . . . .Melies- : SCRUGGS & DICKSONTHE


; Taken in New Zealand and on the Island of Mokoia i

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. 1 MEN'S OUTFITTERS


'. ,:t:, Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing


i MATINEES WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, 3:30: p.m. -
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THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG the evening. Mr. Wumer, resided at m
m
Hillard, Nassau Co., Florida, duringthe I
Next month will be the fiftieth anniversary past winter months and he is

of the battle of Gettysburgand thoroughly familiar with the conditions Have Vacate this Month

in memory of that historic event of that portion of the State, and _l!
in which the bravest men the world is personally acquainted wit the ---
ever knew met in deadly combat Land Sharks of Nassau Co., especially -
many of the participants from both those of the Hilliard district Am
Offering Men and Pants
those great armies will meet and There is much of interest, generally Boys' ,

clasp hands in brotherly love and recount pro and con, of Florida, awaiting Hats Caps Etc at Half Price
experiences.There those who wil have the pleasure of ,
is not a parallel in all his hearing Mr. Wumer. Some of the illustrations ti.W4S4&

tory.Those used, are Mr. Wumer's per r Any three ties in the house for $1.00
were great armies that met sonal productions, while most of them .
on that June day in the hills of Pen are taken from literature of the Land r '

nsylvania. Sharks, showing their extensive system A Vacation Hint I Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
Meade had about 90,000 men there, of misrepresentation, by which
Lee abou(70,000. But it was 50 years many people are allured, and venturea for Before this you buy that a railroad ticket 3 pairs for $1,00 -
or summer resort,
ago. They that were among them ,
change, supposedly, for rapid ac- come in and look at our MidSummer
-
who are still living must be at three cumulation through agricultural
pur- Woolen line and let us makea -----
score and ten or more. Those who
suits and ease of living; sacrificingtheir cool Summer Outing Suit for
participate in this wonderful reunion all "to there," to realze
get only -
will present a sight that the world in the end, that they were" duped'**. you.We make
a specialty of Nor-
has never looked on before. There i is The above is written by one of folks and will be pleased to t H1 CLRKROBERTSONfN L [ T Tu

no record of any Civil war that shows those dupes who read glowing literature show you a few of our latest I

those who were at death grips meeting of Florida, written and exploited models.Men's ,
in common fellowship fifty years by men who do not live in Florida, *
afterwards, citizens of a country united and like many others in search of the Fashion
as it never was before. The third storied Edardo, swallow all that they Shop
lilillllltlHIItlMIt | | till Hill IHfrH
generation after the War of the Rosesin read without a grain of salt and buy .) Hand Building mli I

England continued to transmit tits o land that they never saw. 'We have Cor. Church and Orange OrlandoI I
.posterity the bitterness of the ,
no patience with such a man.
strife. Long after all who had a personal This man bought, or agreed to buy, J it II q I NI THE MARKETOf

part in the French revolutionwere a small tract of land at Hilliard, near
dead its influence was felt in the the Georgia State line, and when he -

politics of the country. With us after came to see it, was disappointed and BUSINESS BOOSTERS Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
fifty years, and while there are sur now he goes back home and goes to CLASSIFIED HIIIMIIIMIilllliMIMJ
vivors by the thousands of the greatest giving picture shows around in the Business Boosten (dtniied advertisements
Civil war of history, are found country school houses and gets out ) received after 10 o'clock, AND SALT MEATS
midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
brave men ready to clasp hands and little hand bills like the above to ad- to Classify" column.

fight the old battles over in comparison vertse his folly. Such men do a State Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME

of memory sweetened by honest no good, nor any harm. They are just 80 words--one time, 25 M..___"._..
admiration for bravery both sides. cents; three times 50 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
on a negative quantity. (six daily and one wkly editions)
The same spirit is informing even $1.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES
Everything screened from the flies and fresh
more rapidly the larger expression of away kept
National life. In recent years men of PLAY GROUNDS FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
the touring ear. Large and roomy.
South have testified that Lincolnis -20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
understood and venerated in most Chicago's remarkable progress as HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

communities here, and that there has the leading city of the world in the a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
suburb in east part of the city. Carl
been a great revulsion of feeling as to development of small-park playgrounds Jensen.

Grant We know that it is so as to was outlined by Sidney Teller

Lee in the North, and that there is nowhere director of Stanford Park, West OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKET

clearer understanding and more Chicago Park Commission, at the ,. to the Northeast of the city and Get the best cigar at five
I still have some choice lots there.
honest recognition of his preeminence iI j morning session of the Recreation Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you

as a great captain and of the I Congress. ; want to smoke-judge for I H M. Self & CO.J8.20
nobility of his character than these. Over 153,000 people used the shower WANTED-A position as manager., yourself. .
caretaker and collector for
The fruits to come from this great baths during the past year; 129,000 nonresident
property owners. By man of
Blue and Gray reunion at Gettysburgwill used the swimming pool during the experience who can give it close at PINE STREET

be manifest in the near years bya 100 days when it was open; the gymnasium tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel !. i
variety of expression, attitude and classes were attended by over 4- Made in Orlando and sold

acts that were they now predicted 21,000 boys and almost as great a FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,: by all dealers. | Phone No. 80HIMIHMMIMIIIIIIIIillliitiMtMHMMIIMIIill

might be regarded as wild. We have number of women and girls; about with all modern improvements.I i
not far to go. There is a real union II II 50,000 books have been loaned, 3000. Will take automobile in part
Address Owner Sentinel
pay. care
now led by the men that did the fight. through the playground branch of the I IIMMIHMMIMMililli .,
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ing. There are simply some outward]I City Library, to representatives of WANTED business partner in a ---- ------

and visible signs. It may not be the 13 different nationalities in the manufacturing business with well MllllillMIMMMIMilMIHtltiMMmillltttfimIn
many years before a statue of Lee will district. established trade. Need more capital
and will take partner or will make a
stand on Gettysburg field. But prediction Baseball, "the great democracy with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME
is needless. The great and creator," may come to be a substitute 000 capita Plant up to date and in Jm. I..l.fwtt: New QuartersWe
beautiful current of real is excellent condition. Address Manu-
oneness for "shooting and "rushingthe
I i craps t ROYAL PALM
facturer, in care of Sentinel
flowing and
growing steadily. Nothing growler," according to Mr. Teller.
can keep it back. The 50-year an-I. The "melting pot" for youthful immigrants FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
niversary of so much in our great is what he calls the Muni- Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. BARBER SHOP

war, in which there was nothing cipal playground. He says that ESTRAY-I have up as an _...... are now located in the new Hyer

greater than Gettysburg, will, indeed, through,games and recreation props estray one Dunn Cow with few Modern and Complete.
be a jubilee year, and it will do erly supplied and in sufficient quantity white spots. Crop upper and under Everything new, individual & Davis building on Church street.
vast service in the cementing of cit bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear.
a higher standard of citizenshipmay electric attachments at
ienship in Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, I every We are better prepared to fil all
bonds that make for the be developed. Pine Castle, Fla. tf chair. No stone has been left your

solidarity of a sountry. "Open the school houses for social unturned to mike this shop wants in theHARDWARE

s advancement and lectures, says Mr. FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped meet th erequirements of the
house cheap to small family. Six
A FOOL AND HIS TIN ARE SOON Teller. "Adult immigrants particu rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also most particular. Plenty of
PARTED larly do not have a proper opportunity good cow for sale. Wm. L. Coryell. room. Courteous attendants. LIN
for learning to know American -
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
Toledo, Ohio, May 1st, 1913. customs and for feeling themselves a FOR SALE 45-foot new power boat Proprietor.
Dear part of the ''democracy. If the community at a greatly reduced price. Boat THE
Friend: now on Lake Lucerne. Trial trip Orange Ave, Orlando Fla.
You are invited to attend an Illustrated recreation and civic affairs, free. J. IEmpiel0'f Gould Sl5113l ,
particularly elections, could tak &--A
Lecture on "Northern Florida,
Agriculture and the Land Sharks," place in the school house as a center, HELMS HARDWARE
a would be taken toward Many things are well done that
given by M. D. Wumer, under the great step
auspces of the Ohio State Educational that improvement Every schoolhouse are not worth doing. -- COMPANYMMIMMtHIMimilMIIMM
should have an auditorium provided -
League, in the Auditorium of your
You can blind men by throw-
with for
equipment stereopticon :-
District School
building, on Friday,
dust in their When of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES IlilltHtllllllMIIMMIIIIIIilllllHMMIilMMMMIIillt
lectures." ing gold eyes. you want any
May 9th, 1913, at Eight o'clock, i in I

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HAVE THE BEST STOCK

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SpringClothing LIVE[ STOCKLAUBACH AND

here is the place to get

I them. Call or 'phone. I ELECTRIC FANSTO .



I The Grain Man. DeLaney Drug Co.

Ever shown. This stock includes I Church Street Phone 18Autos i Orange Avenue, KEEP COOL 'YITIIELECTRIC

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00,

$4.50.It ,-.-....-a-"':'"' . . .. ........ [l[ I iRONS AND TOASTERS
will be a pleasure to show GOOD WORK MULES

you the difference between our

goods and others you may see. For Rent at FOR COMFORTThePIERCEELECTRIC
,
We are behind every piece of For Sale by

must merchandise give you we satisfaction.See sell and .same Any Hour II H. G. HarperSouth

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our stock of STRAW I Seven Passenger I I Hughy St. Phone 534 ""! .

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC. I I _
STEVENS DURYEA .
., HAND BUILDING
I I : Hauling of all kinds, and plow-
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We Hate Erred In Supposing Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.


His Flesh Ascended. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. PICTURES


Statement of the Orlando Bank and

Pastor Russell Says the Logos De-. r Trust Co, at dote of Business

scended-He Even Unto Was Death Made, Sheol FleshHum.bled Hades. ; ,_, April 16th, mj-Tfce Set- .Y

He Was Raised From the Dead a t-. ,.. ;, __ eath Amnlverwry of MONDAY PROGRAM
Spirit Being-He Ascended as He De t _

cended-Jesui a Quickening Spirit t;r L: Its Existence

Ascended to Glory, Honor and Im +z
mortality-What He Left and More r .t.i "High 1s Class Flickerless Motion Pictures"'

Added Glory. RESOURCES
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Detroit, Mich., Loans and Discounts.....1368,197.88

May 4.-Pastor Overdrafts .............. 921SJ
?: e Russell two
gave Real Estate, Furniture v
"' addresses here to
day. We report v3 r and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 PERFECT I o

the one on Christ's t M1 .s ; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
I.;. Ascension. His r Cash on hand and in Banks 36,267.61
H;. ,
f
; C text was: "Thou HY1..NH1M- .-
.
7 hast ascended on t Total ...............,789260.08
High, Thou hast
; led captivity cap- JFiL--- LIABILITIES THEATRE OF REFINED AMUSEMENT FOR LADIES

tire:Thou hast received
gifts for I Capital Stock ... $ AND CHILDREN

PASTOR.RUSSELL men: yea, for the I t Surplus and U.didded

rebellious also, I ,;' eM r Profits ................ 24,1 44.64

I that the Lord God might dwell among Deposits ................ 665.115.53
|them."-Psalm G8:18.
MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M. ADMISSION FIVE CENTS
Pastor Russell declared that one of 'rte Total ...............789260.08
I the serious errors engrafted into the NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M. Lower Floor lOc; Balcony 5c
1 Christian faith Is the supposition that

Jesus Is still a man. This wrong ., ,C..
thought prevails especially amongst I 1 Deposits April 4,1918.$592$75.65 I

Premillenarians. and helps to turn Deposits April 18, 1911... 665,115.53 111011111111,1.111111111111111,1,1111111111111,111'
from faith in the premll-
many lennlal away coming of Christ for the blessing I United SUUf Government State and County Depository Increase to 12 days ......$.724)188 r--
.J
of all the world., Many Christians
[perceive that a reign of Christ in the ..- -0 0
[flesh would be inferior to a spiritual
I reign. Hence the general rejection of :!!!
I faith in the Second Coming of Christ
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[and the establishment of His Kingdom. BeforeYouBuy
He showed that all Christans firmly

[believe that Jesus was a spirit being
[before He came Into the world. All
[believe that a spirit.being is of a higher -
M. SLEMONSWe
[ order than a human being, and that
I Jesus made a great stoop when He laid .
[aside the glory of His prehuman condi
[tion to become "the Man Christ Jesus."
[Man is "a little lower than angels"

iven in his perfection.

[ The Pastor declared that surely no are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Consider Quality, Style,


|Ills Heavenly Son from a station higher than I Bros are superior in quality ald'style to any that you Price and then choose

angels to one below them. Yet many I ,
Christians profess to believe this very I can buy. .
ling. The ascension of Christ Is claim-

; to prove it. How absurd to suppose o
MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES.BOUGHT FROM US
that our Lord Jesus accustomed to

spirit short conditions period could and be made otherwise flesh than for I'' fOur ARE WELL DRESSED Allen & Co.

comraoded and seriously dishonored I.
'P
t>y the Father if He has a body of flesh! :
'I prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying
Ascends Where He Was Before. .

scend Mistaken have views helped respecting to confuse the us.word SI .: elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros.|suits* JEWELERS .

Paul explaining our text, shows that I

the ascension of Jesus Is to be considered : WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
in conjunction with His deeding I Orlando Florida
(Ephesians 4511.) He that : : ,
,
scended is the same that descended I
(thirty-four years before. Did the descending : II
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have reference to the kind of .
ly? Surely not! Then the ascend- : W. M. SLEMONS .
has no reference to the kind ofbody.
: Let Regulate Your Watch
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The descending signified the humilla- .

Jon, the leaving of spiritual glory, to 4tllllllllllilllMIMttHttMMIMtlMtMmttttllilHltlMMIHMiHtllMM tMlililtmHltMMMMMMIttflttltltllltilltlMttMIMMIMMtimiMillii EVERYIB1NG GUARANTEED
born of the flesh. The life of the
egos was transferred from the spirit
body to the body of the babe that Height ,
:)
become "the Man Christ Jesus.
Similarly the begetting of the Holy
Spirit came to Jesus at His baptism IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN

_ind for three and a half years it con- ,
tltuted Him a spiritual Priest, whose
ork was to "offer Himself" That This Wall Board '
offering ended at Calvary. When on

e third day, the Father raised Him THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
m the dead it was the Priest whoas Saves Building Money!
raised to glory, honor and Immor- HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
ility-not the sacrificed human body.
40 it is written "A body hast Thou DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R SALOMON. -

repared Me for the suffering of death." SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR HONEY 100% Better and 50% Cheaper
Jesus' sacrifice was finished at Cal-

aryl as He said He death no more, REFUNDED. Than Plastering
ad therefore has no further use for
body of flesh. What became of It,
Beautiful and DurableYou h
Pastor would not undertake to say.

ft was Dot seen In the tomb. But the B. Salomon OrlandoHIIIIIIIMIMIIIMIMMHMMIMIIMMMHMMMIHIIIIIIMtMMMIIMIMMI cat plastering cost in half by
not the body, was raised to life. using Bishopric Wall Board for walls
ou wilt not leave My soul in Sheol"' and ceilings in your new house, and
get better results. "Bishopric" looks
-Hades-the tomb. I better, lasts longer and saves time in

Why a Body of Flesh Was Uood. building. ,
We must remember two things said $5,000 Aats Warp Bond"Bishopric"
be Pastor. Followers of Jeaua.were WD YOU BUT? itMlimitlHimtllMIMMMIItlMIIMIIMIilM.
Is the ooh wan board stiffened
aired to have full faith (1) That I, with lath. Kiltt-drW lath art Imbedded ia x. .
.
"OJ was the Logon, who had de- toughened Asphalt Mastic and surfaced with ,
ended from the spirit plane to the I ovtrbeard a prominent aardvin heavy proof,sound fibre-board.-proof and Is fire-resistln moisture-proof Will rat-not
ftumtn. (2) That He bad died Mcrifi- dealer ay thia nomlnf tt ml- DR11. H.RAMSOELL[ Op1oet st warp,shrink,buckle or poll loose ia any cli -
of Orlando I mate, winter or summer. Our 5,000 Anti- -- -
dtistn ,
Jy, and that God raised Him from neat $6.60e Warp Bond protects every customer. f
bought tad at $160 tad .
dead.
dW not do it Sicctisorto Dr. 0. P. UdM Saves a Month's Time
Unless these two points were folly tM tin ho refund to I nU
At Comes In
sheets for Goes
iblished they could not continue as for aa Orlando Baa lITeral ...... dry. Just nail it to ready bare stnddlnr use. and it oa Is
BOS' disciples acceptable with the tent of land in Oiaage etaatj fat ready at once for any kind of decoration.
there and capable of receiving the f LOO ptr am, the MM land b atw Edits Saves a meet months evenly time-no in building.paneling seeded. "Buiopric" BeaU PlasterInvestigate
!oly Spirit. But they could not re- told in 10 and twenty un traete fat Sheets are 4 feet square 16 sheets to the
ire spiritual things until after the 13000 per acre, and U dMap at tab nails crate.can Prices apply low.it Anyone who caa drive Now I

begetting at Pentecost. Hence DrieI.. Look into thismoneysavin
instructions must be along earth. What were the Orlando'!_ _. Gives UsersLasting ? yasl....
ing at that time! Gold IIiAIq Ik tmfldin material. ,.
lines. If jot had bought land you could Has liiUDed op to date griadiBC plot si If fft Satisfaction"It Any of the dealers ..
If after His resurrection. Jesus hat You knew ... U with grtt plettur that I write rov la relIamed> below wC
figure you profit pared to duplicate any leas WHILE YOU WAIT. lUll to you Bishopric Hall Board tlM reoftag
peered to them as He did to Saul of time profit oa the mining ; which'.e of ny brothers bare aNd with more thin gladly show you this
ago your good recall,tod find it the handKHDMt tad bert .
irsus, what proof would they have stock without hiving to figure oa it Abut with an the stock and iBstruasti he ha* st- tht money caa bar. Tbey hire tlao iatereetedninber a wonderful fire-resisting non-warping.WaIl Boud.SMw.. ... .. It
of their friend*iarour good*,sad an more ...
at it was the same Jesus who had If you have not yet ,bought tome cured the prescription books dating back aereral Jten ud than plowed with moluMBS. /' LeamhowyouCID save time "*** "
1? How could: the Message of His Orlando or Orange ceunty property, will III 01 of Da UkIDs' preseriptoae wiUott .iftky.MtMMtllt.l.tMltltMtMllltilMilMtM.l..mil. .iSSA UQE&HB E. Second Bt,Lima, 0. and money by using it. See yow dealer today
surrectlon and ascension have been there if ltd opportunities for large I .
profit, and I can show you.I I ( For Sale
to their
iveyed minds? Some ocular can sell you something that will by
emonstration was necessary to con. :make you money but your gold mining I
tote a basis for faith Therefore stock will not buy It. dark and the light of life, but theysee
The pessimist sees nothing but
Lord demonstrated His df'c1- that the Orlando' Works
or to Call and see me. ultimately light is goingto Novelty
es the fact that a great change had CARL JANSEN, darkness where the optimist sees prevail. Of course this does not .
ken place Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange light, and nothing but the hole in the
because
mean "God is in heaven"everything
The disciples were children in the Avenue, Orlando, Fla. doughnut where the optimist sees
Christ The banks and the business men of is now all well on earth," The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf g. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
pool of learning les the the
worth
a great doughnut as only thing
Orlando know me, if you do not, ask but it does mean that because Godis (102)
on. To have crowded all lessons upon considering. Of course some opti-I I
them.
in heaven this old
is
world
[tern at once would bare been injur gradually -
mists go to the extreme as the pessimist -
us. So Jesus had said. See John I becoming more heaven like andI
WALL
always does, but most of them BOARDJ
3:12. 13 j I I that the time will come when every-
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SUNDAY MUSINGS
HtllHIIIMHIitilM IIIIIIIIIIIIHM* -

Faith in Our Fellows
Louis C. Massey, President One of the grandest traits in man,
and the strongest support to manly
.... ...
I. x taw
.
T. Pietoa wu+e.. Yk Pm.Hou4 character, is faith in man. The proper
8.ma1 A.Nnrtll.drY CteUff
& Baheock. A-H OMUtf study of mankind is man, says Pope.

He who can turn his eyes inward or

THESTATE outward without injury to self or to What is theCHRISTMAS
others has a healthy moral character.In .
truth, I do not believe that a man
can lose faith in men and women and
be as good a man as he was before
SAVING
BANK the loss of faith. .
The man who thinks there is no

honest public man, who sees no virtuous -

woman, who believes most CLUB ?
of Orlando 'preachers hypocrites or sycophants, -
who finds in the earnest appeals of

women nothing but the rise of personal -
-.-.---- ambition, is a most unhappy man,
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY wholly out of accord with God's beautiful Merely a number of people who arrange to systematicallysave

plan. certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance
These men forget that there area
-AND- score of men who look upon them as that they will receive a check two weeks before '

the very embodiment of truth and Christmas lor every penny they have saved.
The Bank which transacts more business than virtue, as the noblest of men. What

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa then, shall be the guiding impulse of
this man who stands out in his individuality -
as a model of God's handi-

of this Bank has been built work, if he see no virtue in his fellow
The large patronage up You amount from 2
creatures? can save any cents a week up.
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound It injures one's self to think evillyof

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate mankind and lessens one own hap- The 2 cents the first
piness by reducing the worth of
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis $11
others. week "club" .
nets
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Admit it that there are men so fit- you

Ayerage deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000. ted by nature that they attract
friends unto themselves by the score,
and are reputed good and great men

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS when there really exist moral blemishes IT IS WORTH WHILE !
in thir soul. This does not
argue that his bosom is barren of all
good or the desire to overcome his

Our correspondent banks are located in every part of weaknesses. The man who is so con- Call at the t Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more folly,
stituted that he attracts unto himself .
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the 1 I personal popularity, and the confidence or better still loin some club now.

United States. I and faith of his fellows walks
under an immense responsibility, and
; is under a closer eye than the man
who is held in small regard.It .
----- ---- ----- ---
JOLLY PICNIC AT WEKIWA THE COSTOFLIVINGThis is a great blessing to be loved The Peoples National Bank"It
and respected, but is likewise a great

The eighteen members of the Senior is the costofliving-$$ responsibility and to some a great is to "
pleasure
a sera
you.
risk. It takes
a strong man to remain
Classes of the Cathedral, accompanied -
by their class teachers, Miss Flor- This is the retailer good whom the world calls popular.I
ence Catlin and Miss Mary Atkinson, That raises the costofliving.This His life is as a glass of rich wine I.
which must be carried with an even,
spent yesterday at Wekiwa Springs, HHtMMIIMHM
returning late last evening after a'' is the wholesaler steady hand lest it spill and t waste.

pleasant day at the popular resort. That soaks the retailer The good man, the great man pays in i 11111111111111111111".1111111111111.111111111..1111III"'
The party was given by the Juniorsin That raises the costofliving.This advance all the time, and bestows
compliment to the graduates of with a livish hand all the while not

this term and, like all affairs arranged is the packer knowing; it. These are the men of
the students most enjoy- That sticks the wholesaler God. These are the ambassadors of
by was
That soaks the retailer good. These are the men who make

able. LOCKHART PICNIC That is raises the stockman the costofliving.This whom reign the world of there pandamonium.worth would living be in a and continuous without,;ii THB I IQ g1T4BIGSPECIALS tin T RB.


That charges the packer Let every man believe that thereis
I
Yesterday witnessed the closing of
That sticks the wholesaler such a thing as honor among men; :
the schools at Lockhart and the pa- that there exists such virtues
That soaks the retailer as :
trons and friends of the school helda That raises the costofliving.This modesty, truth and integrity. Theseare I 4
picnic that gave a day of most qualities that belong to humanity, :

pleasant recreation.A is the farmer are planted in his life without his : _
game of ball was played between That stings the stockman knowledge or understanding, and only
Lockhart and Pine Castle, which required -
remains for Christian to
That charges the packer a culture
eleven innings to decide the That sticks the wholesaler bring richness to his life and, to the
contest which resulted in "a score of lives of those who in
That soaks the retailer come touch with
3 to 2 in favor of Lockhart.All .
who attended had a bg time. That raises the costofliving. him.Every one of us have met men and ?rtI ilrIiy in Manya

In Other Words women, so true to their higher _na-
AT THE GRAND LAST NIGHT ture that we would trust them with ,

I This is the corn upon the farm all that is nearest and dearest to us.
The Ohio floods tested the capacityof Whose cost the farmer views wit h How mean and how little the man
the Grand last night. Every seat alarm; must grow to betray that trust and
was filled by people anxious to see So he stings the stockman confidence; and how weak and how
the flood and those who gained ad- That charges the packer sad must be the life that has lost faithin 1 No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOESDon't 1

mittance were not disappointed. These That sticks the wholesaler these great virtues living in any
pictures brought the flood before our That soaks the retailer humam breast.
view as no other means except the That raises the costofliving.This How proud we are of our kinshipor .miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros., Wichest

real flood could have done and gave us our fellowship with great men and
Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
correct ideas of the terrible effects of is the cow with the crumpled women. How they- lift our hones. and & ,
that flood. The pictures of rivers of horn, ambitions. How they wield a silent I
In Oxfords and
Leather and Tan. Pumps
seething waters that rushed rampant That must be .fed on the farmer'scorn but powerful influence over all our. ,

through the streets demolishing build- actions. Ties $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3
ings and spreading out over the coun- The corn the farmer grows on the The religion of Jesus Christ is the Eclipse $1 98

try, carrying devastation before it, I farm- compass that keeps the face of hu days only .
brought the awful scene before our The corn whose cost he views with manity turned in the right direction,
view with a vividness akin to reality. alarm; and the great and good men of the

The suffering and deprivation por- So he stings the stockman land are the pilots who are guiding us No. 2. 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

trayed in those pictures touched a That charges the packer homeward.My Flaxon, Plain White, Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy
sympathetic chord in every heart and That sticks the wholesaler hope is to stimulate men to better
every person who had contributed That soaks the retailers living and to inculcate within Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs,. Patterns, 30c to 40c. value. For 3

anything to the relief of those people That raises the costofliving. them a higher respect for mankind. 15c. to 20c values. For 3 days only days only
must have felt grateful that they My admonition is to live the Golden
had the means witl which to alleviate This is the consumer all forlorn Rule and the religion of Jesus Christ

in those the districts.suffering in those districts. Who pays horn-for the cow with the crumpled and life will be as one sweet song. 12 1.2c yd. 23c yd.

.
The cow that feeds on the farmer's corn ,
'
The whole evening's program was That grows so fine on the farmer's farm LUCERNE THEATRE "-
worthy of the attention of the great The corn whose cost he views with alarm
audience that witnessed its rendering. So he stings the stockman j No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Floral
That charges the packer Cymbeline, the great Shakespearian 11e d

FIRST ARREST UNDER THE RADIO nat That soaks raises sticks the the the retailerThat costofliving.wholesaler was masterpiece an attractive, at the entertainment.Lucerne last night This, Patterns, 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days onlyM. y .

ACT beautiful story from Shakespeare was

ROSALIND CLUB TO MEET MONDAY gorgeously portrayed on the canvas
A boy was recently arrested in Bos and the lessons impressed in a manner
.
ton, the first under the new federal that is lasting.The P. YOWELL
-
law governing the operations of
ama of
The regular business meeting of romance Cymbeline, Kingof
teurs in the wireless telegraph field. the Rosalind Club will be held Monday Britain, is filled with both excitement .
As the law is new and the boy pleaded and
afternoon at 3:30. pathos. The story i is
ignorance of it, the judge permitted By order of the President. laid at a time when the Roman Empire MIIMIMMIHIIMIIIIIIilllMHitHlllllllllllH"
him to go unpunished. wielded its
MAY KILMER, mighty power and
Under the radio legislation recent Secretary the Roman soldiery, with their usual to the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the 8th day of May A. D., 191*.
'\ this was no exception DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER -
ly passed, all amateur radio operatorsare and late and B. M. ROBINSON Clerk
pomp unyelding ;
tenacity, wageda 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA Circuit Court Orange
He is making an effort to get County, FTorik
required to report their stations most terriffic warfare on the Brit- rule. r
MENDELSSOHCLUB TO MEET has rich Notice is hereby given that Elizabeth M.
best and some
to the radio inspector of the district the very
TUESDAY ains. The costumes were rich and Felt, of Oakland Florida, purchaser of Bal MILITARY BALOON
Certain rules and regulations are laid elaborate and could things in store for this week. Tax Certificate No. 170, dated the Sixth day MISSING
one see the shim- of June, A. D., 1898, has filed said Certificate -
down for the operation of such ama A business meeting of the Mendelssohn mer of the jewels as the pictures I I in my office and has made application for Tax Koenigseerg, Germany
Deed to issue in accordance with law. SaidI MaylO.-A
teur stations, the many spurious messages Club will be held on Tuesday passed before the eye and the sword The West Palm Beach Commercial I I Certificate embraces the following, described German miliary spherican baloon
sent out by amateurs at the the and shield flashed as the real implements known the Chamberof i property situated in Orange County, Florida, the
at residence Club formerly as which
evening of Mrs towit: VfVf of Blk 4 and Blk 5 Rollin and Cassaopeia, ascended from this
tme of the Titanic disaster being the L M. Cook, 101 North Orange avenue of war, while the fencing did Commerce, has been reorganized.A Rand'i Sub-Dir. city on Wednesday, is
assessed at the date of missing
The said land being with its
cause of the law.-Ocala Banner. All members are requested to be pres ample justice to the great warriors of large number of the business men the issuance of such certificate in the name of passengers. It was last
seen in the
ent. that day. were enrolled at the first meeting. H.Unless H. Rand.said Certificate shall be redeemed neighborhood of Pillau about 25 miles
Mr. Magruder has been according to law, Tax Deed will issue thereon
Chicken Dinner at the Arcade Res very suc- from here,
traversing the ,
cessful on the 11th day of June A. D., 1913. Frische
taurant, Sunday, Price 50 cents. It Subscribe for the Sentinel. in getting great pictures of Subscribe for the Sentinel. Witness my official signature and seal this Neuhrung pennsula n a stQnn.t -4!{

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