The daily sentinel
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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 13, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the SUU

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Bpeeitl to the Sentinel Washington, May 12.-The fact that Tallahassee, May 12-Hon. Park I I Oak, May 12.-An uproar of Tallahassee, May 12.-The following -' Spec!*! to the SentinelWashington

Washington, D. C., May 12.The Secretary Bryan has addressed an appeal Trammell, in reply to a statement applause followed the re-election of are among the impoortant bills I D. C., May 12.-Presi- __ __ __ _
International News Service ascertained to Governor Johnson, of California I that Senator Bryan's friends say 1'Sister Esther Charlotta as State President passed by the House of Representatives dent Wilson is beginning to receive

today the following definite facts to veto the anti-alien land law,, Trammell is opposing Bryan's primary -t of the United Daughters Qf theI : petitions from all over the West declaring __________
relating to the controversy etween inasmuch as the Governor had unof- bill, because he (Trammell) Confederacy at the close of the Eighteenth House Bill No. 48.-An act relatingto that his policy in regard to
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the United States and Japan over the ficially, at least, repeatedly declared would be a candidate for the United I Annual session of that ody the streets and avenues of the townof free sugar and free raw wool meanj _____
California alien land bill. his purpose to sign the bill as it States Senate against Bryan, says: The closing session was full of important Sumatra in Liberty county, Fla., ruin. Senators Newlands, Chamber
First-The Japanese protest was, passed the Legislature, is taken.in of- "In the first place, I have never in usiness concerning the ad- and to legalize the map and plat of lain and Walsh advised the president -
net based on the claim that the pro- ficial circles here as indicating either timated that I would be a candidatefor ,vancement of the division on all lines said town. what political effect of placing these
posed legislation constitutes a viola- that some powerful influence has the United States Senate against; :The delegates who were in attendance House Bill No. 326.-An act to en- articles on the free list will be.

tion of the treaty between the two been brought to bear on the Governorin Senator Bryan. Secondly, while I I[ at the convention here returned to large the powers of the city of Bra- Senator Smoot ,of Utah, since Fri. _
nations, but on still loftier ground, the interest of delay, or, more prob- have said Bryan's bill should be :"their various homes. dentown, Fla. day, has more than two hundred tele-
that it amounts to insult to national ably, that the Wilson administrationis amended so as to afford greater opportunity The other officers elected were: House Bill No. 327.-An act to legalize grams from trade bodies and civifl
honor of Japan. perfecting its record.In for precinct registration for!_ First vice president, Mrs. H. H. Mc- and validate all contract here- bodies and private persons in Colorado
Second-Wilson and Bryan stoutly this action there may be a double the voters who live away from the!Creary, of Gainesville. tofore made by the City of Braden- appealing to him to find someway
maintain that the contemplated law purpose. First, to satisfy Japan that county seat, his bill only requiring the' Second vice president: Mrs. J. M. town for, as wel as all ordinances, res- to prevent the destruction to' _
is entirely in keeping with the treaty the Federal government has done all registration book to be open for at t Taylor, of Gainesville. :town for, as well as all ordinances, res- Colorado beet sugar through placing
obligations of the United States and it can to prevent the legislation underits least one day in the precincts, and I Third vice president: Mrs. R. 1 L. the streets of and building sidewalks : it on the free list.
won't. intervene aeain if Johnson sees I international limitations. of which have said that after the registrationlist Moore, of Marianna. in said city; and also the constructionof In many instances, the Finance
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fit to allow the law to become effect- many diplomats contend Japan should is once entirely revised, I saw noi 1 Fourth vice president: Mrs. S. B. sewers in said city. Committee is taking into account the
ive. have been aware when it entered into necessity for requiring the voters in*:Weaver, of Miami. An act to amend Sections 25, 34,' difference in the cost of labor here
ThIrd-Legal experts of the State treaty relations, and secondly, to place all the counties to register every two I i I Recording secretary: Mrs. Katie and 38 of Chapter 6040 of the Lawsof and abroad in making the amendment

Department discover that the British upo\..the State authorities of Califor- years. I have intimated no opposi- Uoyd Gwynne, of Fort Myers. Florida, acts of 1909, being entitledAn they will order. Particularly is this
government in Australia and Victorianot nia the responsibility for any serious tion to the bill. My attitude has been 1 1 I' Corresponding secretary: Mrs. R. B. act to incorporate- the City. of true in textile industries.

only discriminate against Japanese outcome of the alien land legislation.As that of suggesting amendments, whichin Jarvis, of St. Augustine. Bradentown, in Manatee county, Fla, Chairman Simmons this afternoonsays
but puts them in the same cate- the legislature is near the end my opinion, would strengthen and : Treasurer: Mrs. Clarence W. Maxwell I and to provide for its governmentand he is to have another conferencewith
gory with "the Pacific Island black," of its session, it is expected that Governor improve his bill. The intimation thatI of Jacksonville. prescribe its jurisdiction and pow- the president later in the week
which is far more drastic than any Johnson's reply will be forthcoming have been actuated by other than Historian: Miss Caroline Brevard, ers, and to abolish the present sorpo- when it may be possible to inform
measure yet contemplated by the people today or tomorrow. If he the best of motives is made out of the Tallahassee. ration of said city. President Wilson what the tentative

of the Pacific coast I yields to Secretary Bryan's appeal, whole cloth and is a- false----- -aasertinn.---.---... I J1..m... ................. ye 1\1 (v.' .1.;.'... ."f.'.&".'.. u."'...,,;..... WL"U- "nouse'f 'ft.hut.. iso..... a/o.__ -An. act to_ inCorporate changes are.
_ Fourth-The text of the protest) the element of urgency will be remov- The House of Representatives on song of Pensacola. the City of Sarasota in| Official delegation appointed by
made by Baron Chinda will be mare ed, as Japanese land owners in California yesterday adopted amendments in con-' Recorder of Crosses: Mrs. F. R. : Manatee county, Fla., and to providefor special act of Porto Rican legislaturehas
public and Tokio simultaneously, as I will not be in immediate dan- formity with my idea of giving more McCormack, of Live Oak. its government and prescribe its just arrived in Washington to
soon as arrangements can be com ger of loss of their property and the time for registration in the precincts,I i I The convention was adjourned to jurisdiction and powers and to abolish defend the general economic interestsin
pleted. State Department can at its leisure by a vote of 50 to 16. Can it be intimated hold its next Annual Session in Kis- the present corporation of the ; Islands. They are pointing out to

President Wilson and officials of embark upon negotiations with the that the Representatives were simmee. town of Sarastoa. the Senate Committee and hope.to
the War and Navy Departments are Japanese Embassy for a new treatyto actuated by improper motives! Is it I I House Bill No. 395.-An act regulating be given the privilege of telling President
awaiting with concern the next stepto replace that of 1911 and providesome not apparent that a very large major- UNSETTLED STATE OF AFFAIRS the catching of fish in certain Wilson that free sugar and are*
be taken by Japan if the Califir- permanent means of adjustmentof ity of the House entertained the view ,! IN "CINCY" I II I II lakes and streams of Polk county, duction on citrus fruit duties would
nia bill is allowed to become effective. the rights of citizens of one coun- that greater opportunity for registration -I Fla., and designating certain lakes, paralyze and destroy present system
No reply has been received from thepresident's try resident in the other.It should be given those residing in Special to the Sentinel which shall be exempt from the pro- of public education.
telegram asking Governor has been suggested that possiblythat precincts away from the county seats I Cincinnati, Ohio, May 12.-The officials visions of this act, and fixing a license Practically every project for im
Johnson to veto the measure. by a flat declaration that neither than was provided by Senator Bryan'sbill of the Cincinnati Traction Company tax for said privilege in such excepted provement of Porto Rico depends upon

On account of the stipulated unwil- country shall admit the right of before amended, as above. tonight agreed to arbitrate wage lakes. sugar and to make that article free,
lingness of administration to do more citizens of the other to hold land in The bill requires an entirely new I difficulties with the striking streetcar Senate Bill No. 237.-An act to provide means putting this Island's posses*
than is announced in attitude of the its territories, the Japanese may be ''I registration every two years. An I men, but because the officials re for the transfer of funds from sion back where it was when rescued
Federal authorities, it is confidently satisfied. amendment providing that after the I, fused to grant recognition of the the fine and forfeiture fund of Liberty from Spain. ;
expected by all concerned that the Should Governor Johnson decide to registration list is entirely revised)i Union first, the men turned down their county to the general revenue, or __ .f

1' bill will be signed and become effect sign the bill notwithstanding Federal and everyone required to register 'overures. any other fund, by the board of county PRINCETON DEFEATS RIVALS
ive before the close of another day. opposition, legal proceedings are almost anew in 1914, that the voters will not I I! Everything is quiet tonight, follow-I 1 commissioners of said county.

To those who talked with the President certain to follow the first at- be required to register every two 'ing! day which was marked with dis-' House Bill No. 451.-An act to establish Special to The Sentinel-

today, he supported the conten- tempt of the California authorities to years thereafter, was before the 1 iturbances I in various parts of the city. the municipality of the town Cambridge, Mass., May 12.-In i
tion of the State treaty. He even went escheat the property of the Japaneseland House, and received 39 votes with:!IOn top of the traction strike, came the of Lake Worth, fix its territorial limits beautiful race from viewpoint of tea

further and said that the legislation holders. Probably an issue couldbe only 31 against it. The amendment'i lock-out by the Employ Association to provide for its government and thousand spectators, the Princeton

was found on the treaty oligations. I made up immedately by some such received a majority vote, and would I of thousands of building trade prescribe its jurisdiction and powers. crew beat the Harvard by one boat-
land holder undertaking to transferhis have been adapted, but for the fact, councilmen, throwing approximately Senate Bill No. 27.-An act provid- length and the University of Pennsylvania
TARIFF FIGHT RENEWED I land to another Japanese in Cali- that the bill was on its third reading, six thousand men out of employmentand ing for the creation of Trabue coun- by four lengths; over a mile anda

fornia. and a two-thirds vote was necessaryto I affecting one hundred employers. ty, in the State of Florida, and for half course on the Charles River

Washington, May 12.-The tariff]1 adont---c the--- ampndmpnf---.--.---..-_. T. /.!..,.\. u.Pl/\..... the organization and government today. Time, 1.33.
revision fight, shifted from the House, NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE question the motive of anyone who CONFERENCE OF COMMITTEE t.........v.1\1.. I
will be renewed in the Senate tomor- ELECTION OF OFFICERSNew may differ with me relative to these ON ARRANGEMENTS House Bill No. 490.-An act to abolish A wife's great matrimonial problemis

row, when the Underwood bill comes matters They have a right to their the present municipality of Bush- the right amount of jealousy to exhibit .
up for reference to the finance com York opinion. On the other hand, I have aright I i Washington, May 12-Beginning a nell, Sumpter county, Fla., and to establish concerning her husband. None
mittee. The senate was not in session May 12-The annual to my views, and shall express year and seven months in advanceof organize and constitute a at all makes him suspicious of her
election of officers of the New York
today. them at my pleasure, although in do- the event, representatives of many municipality to be known as the Cityof love. Too much disgusts him. The
Stock will
The House met today to dispose of Exchange be held today. ing so, I may be criticised by some nations are preparing today for the Bushnell, and to define its territorial right amount flatters his vanity.
From the list of made
what some party leaders referred to names public narrow minded, all-wise, unfair person colossal celebration of the centenaryof boundaries and to provide for 4
as "chicken feed with the announced by the nominating committee followers who never thinks a man who differs the signing of the treaty of Ghent, its jurisdiction, powers and privileges. House Bill No. 545.-An act to provide
of affairs of the Street have
purpose of adjourning almost immedi- at the conclusion that the arrived with him does so honestly and from I,. the document which brought peace to Senate Bill No. 203.-An act to in- the method and manner ob build
ately for three days, a beginning of pro- unquestionable motives. Che armies of the United States and corporate the City of Sarasota, in ing, constructing and maintaining
gressive element of the Exchange is
regular adjournments for similar periods gaining control. There six Great Britian and between all English I Manatee county, Fla., and to providefor public roads and bridges in Libert/
a. until the first week in June. are new BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE RIG Sneaking. .. nations nearlv. 100 vearsago. its_n g-government- _unnun and_n_ nrefiprih'.*" HII..... county Florida.
names to be recommended for elec- ---- --- --------- --- r----- ,
The idea is to mark time pending tion this for the full four LEAGUES The governments these nations jurisdiction and powers and to abol House Bill No. 546.-An act to val
the tariff fight on the Senate side of and year year all have appointed representatives ish the present corporation of the idate and legalize certain funding in
period only one of these has
the capitol and preparation currency ed on the governing committee National '\ who now have taken up the Town of Sarasota. terest-bearing coupon warrants issued
legislation. Meantime the Demo viously. There are nine pre- Boston, 6; St. Louis, 4. '. work of planning a celebration which House Bill No. 519.-An act to repeal by the board of public instruction.o|

cratic majority of the Ways and. to be elected, three of which i governors Philadelphia, 6; Pittsburg, 5. will be universalin, the countries, chapter 6295 of the Laws of flor- Manatee county, Florida, defined by
Means Committees, will meet almost for re-election. come up Brooklyn, 4; Cincinnati, 3. I cities and towns of the Anglo Saxons ida, and the same being entitled "An resolutions passed by the said board
daily to frame the personnel of the I New York, 5; Chicago, 1. I all over the world. The celebrationis act to organize a county court in and, while in session.
regular committees of the House. I James M. Mabon will be renomi- American to begin December 24, 1914, 100 for Pasco county. House Bill No. 551.-An act to abolish .

---- Bated president and Henry C. Swords St. Louis, 0; Washington, 2. 'k years from the day of the signingof House Bill No. 526.-An act to abolish the present municipal governmentof

NEW YORK FRUIT MARKET I treasurer. Henry C. Lawrence, who, Chicago, 0; Philadelphia, 3. the Treaty. the present municipal governmentof the Town of Delray, in Palm Beach

as a trustee of the gratuity fund, is Cleveland.--- ------. !3r-. -New- -- YnrV.- --- 4.-. On May 5.. the foreign delegates the Town of Cortez, in the county Aminfir, ITlAVi/lo. ', larroltvA.... .-...... ......**.*.!. .rY_
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Florida orange receipts were light :serving an unexpired term, will be Detroit, 8; Boston, 7. .. reached New York and today they arrived of Manatee, and State of Florida, and idthe ordinances of said town of
and the market was strong with practically renominated to serve for five years. South Atlantic in Washington, Dr. James to establish, organize and constitutea Delray.
Eugene Meyer, Jr., and Dexter Blag- Jacksonville 2 Columbus Brown Scott director of the Carnegie municipality to be known and desig-
unchanged prices. The top of ; 1. -. 1 House Bill No. 549.-An act to abolish .
the market was obtained on a few den are the only nominess for membership Savannah, 5; Charleston, 0. Endowment for International Peace nated as the Town of Cortez. the present municipal governmentof
in the
fancy Valencias of 250 size at $6.20, governing committeeto Albany-Macon, rain. which has its headquarters here, is House Bill No. 436.-An act to abolish the Town of Winter Garden, in the
serve for less than four
:' with the general run of good Valen- years. Carolina Association chairman of a committee of one hun the present mnuicipal governmentof county of Orange, and the State of

cias at $4.75 to $5.50. Charlotte, 8; Greensboro, 5. : dred which plans to entertain the visiting the City of Orlando, in the countyof Florida, and to establish, organize and
Florida grapefruit moderate and NEW YORK CHARITY CONFERENCE Raleigh, 7; Durham, 0. delegates while they are in the Orange, and to organize and estab- constitute a municipality to be known

market strong. Fancy 64s to 80s at :Winston-Salem, 6; Ashville, 1. Capital. Secretary of State William lish a new form of city governmentfor and designated as the Town of Win
$3.50 to $4, occasionally up to $4.25 Jennings Bryan is honorary chairmanof the same, and to prescribe its jurisdiction ter Garden and to define its terri

for 46s and 54s at $2.50 to $3.50; 28s II New York May 12-Th4 three daYS! FLOOD PASSES TO THE SEA this Committee. duties and powers. I I torial boundaries, and the provide forts
and 36s at $1.75 to $2.25.-Packer, convention of the Nfcft: York City -- House Bill No. 386.-An act to authorize jurisdiction, powers and privilege

t.t. _- ference of charitable work will be con"l New Orleans, May 12.-The crest of' MOTOR BOAT SINKS and empower the board of House Bill No. 587.-An act to
FOUR KILLED BY LIGHTNING cussed by city officials and the big 1913 flood has passed out the I county commissioners of Waukulla amend section 1 and 3 of Article 11:

-luisa. UKia.-. .way.. .12.- -.rour.. men identified- .- with. this- class- of endeavor, Mississippi River into the Gulf of Wausau, Wis., May 12.Th over-! county, Florida, to transfer or causeto section 10 of Article IV; section 1 of
were instantly killed and another per- opens tomorrow in the assembly hall Mexico. Falling stages were recorded turning of a motorboat last night be transferred certain moneys now Article VII, and sections 1,2,3, 4 and
haps fatally injured when lightning of the United Charities Building. today at all points along the Mis- caused the death of six ersons. Her- in the road and bridge fund of said 5 of Article VIII of Chapter 6392 of

struck the wagon in which they were Frederick C. Howe, director of thePeople's sissippi south of St. Louis except atIsew man Roehl, Gustav Jahnke and Jahn- county into the general revenue fundof the Laws of Florida, approved June
riding &ne mile northeast of Collins Institute will be the chair- l Orleans, where the guage was ke's four children. Four persons were said county. 1,1911; the same being an act entitled
House Bill No. 544.-An act to establish "An act to abolish the present municipal
villa, 'about twenty miles north of man of the convention. Among the stationary and the weather bureau saved.
legalize and confirm the incor- of the City of Sanford -
Tulsa today. One horse was killed. topics open for discussion during the issued a bulletin announcing there The boat struck a sunken log, government
The driver was uninjured. The man convention are "Municipal Needs," would be no further rise in the river. breaking the rudder. The current was poration of the Town of Hosford, in Orange county, Florida and.organize
I ante Liberty county, Florida, to providefor a city government for the same
the craft drifted
over a
sitting next to him had his shoes burn-' "Prisons and Prison Problems, "Su- ,
its government, to prescribe its and to its jurisdiction an4
WEATHER REPORT submerged pier capsized and provide
--: ed off, but was otherwise uninjured. burban Development Along Proposed partially .
jurisdiction and and to declare
sank powers powers.
Subway Routes, "Families, "Public -
the same to be a legally incorporated -
: : Books for the leisure moments, ten Institutions," "The Sick," and "Child Florida-Local showers Tuesdayand
I I Subscribe for the Sentinel town. Subscribe for the Sentinel
: ents. Curtis 4 'O'NI&L Delinquents" Wednesday.
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REVIVAL MEETING of Incorporation, which hall become the is, or are bona fide representatives of fruit MC fit But at no time i&all the number of IMMIMIIIimmilMIIMIIMillMlllilltliillllill
Charter of laid corporation, upon the issuance or produce growers withia the territory next said Directors be increased to> number greater -
CLOSEDThe of letters patent, according to law, and we do adjacent to the headquarters of this Association than nine, and at no time shall the number CHAS. LORD ,J. N. BRAD8HAW
hereby certify may become a member *f this Association .f said directors be decreased to a leu
series of
special meetings conducted ARTICLE I ; but this Association will
not at any number, than the original number of directors -
by Dr. E. T. Poulson, of Bluff- That the name of said corporation is the time receive into its membership, members .f herein specified. That the names and '
Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. any kindred Association, whose fruit or produce residences of the growers who are hereby Lord & BradshawWe
ton, Indiana, at the First Baptist ARTICLE II lands are located nearer to such other appointed by the incoroporators of this Asso-
church closed with Sunday evening'ssemce. That this Association in organized under kindred Association thaa they are to this ciation, and who shall act as Directors to
the laws of this State u a horticultural association Association without the consent of the Association said Association for the first year of its
and entitled to all the rights and next adjacent to where said holdingsare existence and until its other directors are wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon located. legally elected and qualified are.
The meeting had been running for .similar corporations and the voting power ARTICLE VI Names Residences.A. thatwe have formed apartnership] under the'
two weeks which time and all other rights and privileges of each of Nothing in these Articles shall be con- W. Davis GenevaJ.
during great
the members of this Association, holding a strued as to interfere with the bona fide sale H. Huddleston Geneva above firm name, for a general ;
and lasting good was accomplished.About certificate of. membership in the same, shall of real estate; the transfer of property together A. Moran, Geneva
be equal. with the fruit or other produce grow- ARTICLE XI i
forty-five additions were ARTICLE III ing thereon, at the time of such sale; that is That the Directors of this Association shall
made to the church during this time. That there shall be no capital stock of said to say; That if any person who has signed have the right and power to charge and col- Real Estate and Insurancebusiness ii i
Association but the same shall be organized as his name for any particular year for placing lect from its members and other fruit vegetable -
Not only were souls converted, but the a horticultural association and corporation not the crops then growing on his or her land in and produce growers represented or i
for profit, and it shall not issue any sharesof the hands of the Association shall sell or served by this Association, such compensationand
church as a whole has been wonder- stock whatever, and shall not at any time dispose of his land in good faith; then remuneration to be paid to said Association and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. I Ii
fully strengthened. Every member declare or pay any dividend or other profitson and in that event the said seller as said Directors may fix and i
any holding in said corporation, but all and purchaser are released if they so charge for its services to him, her or themin 17 S. Avenue
ef the church was brought into a closer moneys coming into this Association, for services desire, from the obligations of having fruitor the picking, packing, handling, marketing Orange (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn ]
with God. rendered, or otherwise shall be used by it produce grown upon the land so sold shipping and selling of any and all of the
relationship 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 friends
The audience of Sunday evening taining this Association, and any surplus this Association.ARTICLE herein authorized to handle and market. i
thereof remaining in its hands shall be usedas VII ARTICLE XII
vas the largest during the meetings.The the Board of Directors of this Associationshall That the place where the principal businessof It is hereby mutually agreed and fully and to make new ones. !

sermon of the evening was as deem to the best interest of the Association said Association is to be transacted is understood by and between all the persons i ii
and said Association shall issue to each i Geneva County of Orange State of Florida. becoming members of this Association, and i
usual, strong, interesting and prac- person who shall become a member thereof, a And the annual meetings of the members of furthermore, fully understood and agreed by Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none,
of membership, and shall receivein this Association shall at said who hereafter
certificate convene placeon all persons may become mem-
tical_ the subject being, "The World'sNeed return therefor the sum of One Dollar the first Tuesday in May, of each and every bers of this Association that one of the pur- i
of Love; and Sympathy." (1.00 to be converted into the Treasury of year, at which time and place its Directors poses' and objects of this Association is to and we have oina, exceptional [ : COMEAND SEB Us ;
said corporation ; but no person shall at any shall be elected and inducted into office. bring about the carrying into effect a systemof
At the close of the evening service time have, own or control more than one ARTICLE VIII mutual co-operation between the citrus
Dr. Poulson said "Friends of the certificate of membership in said Association That each and every member of this Asso- and other produce growers of the State of Lord & ( Bradshaw
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus ciation shall place the packing and handlingof Florida in the picking, packing, handling ;
First Baptist Church, and of Orlando, fruit become or remain a member of this all citrus fruit, and such other produce as shipping and marketing, of an citrus fruit I"
Association. may be handled by this Association, and and other produce owned, and controlled by
allow me to say again that I appreciate ARTICLE IV grown or controlled \y him, her or them the members of this and kindred Associations 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. j
than'I I, That the purposes for which this Association into this Association, and that this Associa- in the State of Florida; and to that end this I
more can ever express to is formed are to buy. lease, rent cell tion shall charge for the packing and hand- Association is created and organized in con- iMIIHIMIIMMMIIMItmiillltllllMIHIIitlilLIGHT
you the interest you have manifestedin occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real ling of such fruit and produce,such reason- nection with and under the Florida Citrus
.. and personal property which may be neces- able compensation as the Board of Directorsof Exchange, and will at all times cooperatewith u _
this meeting. I have never been sary or convenient for the conduct of its business this Association shall fix and determine. and through said Florida Citrus Exchange -I - -

privileged tfo: conduct a series of meetings i I and to build lease and rent packinghouses But any member of this Association shall as a part of the system of exchanges
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 Wv WoGGa41f?
where more interest was shown, .. all material that may be necessary or for any one year from said Association said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose headquarters rw.ifIVWW"
convenient for the purpose of packing or pre- without penalty, by giving in writing to said are now located in the City of
and where people of God had at heart paring citrus fruit, or other Florida grown Association, notice within the ten days next Tampa, and State of Florida. And that all THE
the spreading of the gospel of Jesus products for market. Also to sell, as agents, before the annual meeting of this Associa- citrus fruit and other produce placed in the : t
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of tion, that he desires so to withdraw his fruit hands of this Association, shall be marketed -
Christ more than you have. I thank fruits and produce, which may be grown or or other produce from the same; but in that I I exclusively through said Florida Citrus :1
controlled by members of this Association. event said members so giving said notice, Exchange. PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
ypu in God's name for this, and fort I I. Also to own stock in any other incorporation ceases to be a member of said Association and ARTICLEXIIIThat .
e kindness shown me and the interest or association similar to this Association, existing all rights and privileges in said Association, the names and places of residence of
for the advancement and protectingof belonging to said member shall thereuponcease the subscribing members and incorporators
taken in me. fruit and produce growers in the State of and determine. Provided however andit to these Articles of Incorporation and Associ-
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the is hereby agreed and fully understood by ation, are as follows:
"I congratulate not only this church members of this Association such fertilizer, all persons joining this Association, that any Names Residences.E. who use Electric Signs never lose I

but the churches of Orlando, for the and fumigating and spraying implements and member of the same withdrawing from this Curlett Geneva I
materials as may be thought by the Boardof Association, by disposing of his fruit or pro- I I Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
splendid opportunities I see before Directors of this Association from time to duce through any other source than through !f Geo. Duchardt Geneva
them. I thought I lived in about time by their resolution, to be necessary or this Association, or withholding the same And each of said members of this proposed cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
one convenient for the fertilizations of lands, or I from this Association, and without giving the' Association, and incorporators who has
ef the finest little cities anywhere, but the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, I notice as hereinbefore provided shall forfeitto subscribed his name thereto; has paid into customers if use an Electric Sign It acts
which belong to the members of this Associa- this Association as and for liquidated damages I the treasury of this corporation, now being you
I think you have it on us. I wouldn't tion. Also to buy and contract for the purchase i to this Association, for such withdrawal created the sum of One Dollar, for membership I like irresistible .
: dare so to the people of Bluff- of anything that is considered by the I the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus thereof which will entitle each of them, an magnet, drawing allj I
say Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the fruit or other produce, produced by him dur- I upon the issuance of letters patent to this I I
ton, however. prevention of insect pests or for the destruc- ing the year of said withdrawal and so with : Association, to a membership in the same, trade within its reach: That is the reason
tion thereof for the benefits of its members as drawn by him. It is further hereby under- !and a certificate of such membership, upon, I t
"I wish I could give you a definite fruit and produce growers. Also the.right to stood and agreed that in case any member of d' however such person signing the bylaws of'II they command the attention of buyers.

answer to the call so unanimously own, contract for, and operate all necessary this Association who has withdrawn his said Association including the contract for
appliances that the Board of Directors, at fruit or produce from this Assocation as his or her fruit to said Association as pros -I
extended me, but I can't do so now. any time may think necessary for the fertil- above described afterwards wishes to return I vided in said bylaws. I
ask that ization of groves and fields, the fumigationand and rejoin this Association, and exercise the I In Witness Whereof, Each of said incorpor-I } For Every Store Owner
J. again you be much in spraying of trees and plants or the ex- rights of a member, that he may do so by, I ators and members of this I
prayer over the matter. If God tinction of insect pests on the lands belong and with the consent only of a majority of I ciation, has hereunto subscribed his name and :I
ing to the members of the Association, and to the Board of Directors of this Association, I affixed his seal to these Articles of Incorporation i
wants me here 111 come, and I shall charge therefor, and collect, such reasonablerates and upon his paying to this Association all and Association. No matter how small his business, the Electric -
for said services, as may be establishedby penalties that have been assessed against him, I Names Residences.
live you an answer just as soon as I the Board of Directors from time to time, and not previously paid.ARTICLE. I E. Curlett (Seal) Geneva Sign is the cheapest and most effective
can." for the uses above mentioned. And said Association IX I Geo. E. Mathews (Seal) GenevaI .
shall be empowered to engage in a That the term for which this Associationshall I George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva I
"May you prosper and live ever in brokerage factor and commission selling business exist is fifty years from and after the I STATE OF FLORIDA, : advertising. .
Uie fear of God." to purchase boxes, paper nails and other date of its incorporation. COUNTY OF ORANGE. I
for call and submit
I ) our Sign Designer to -
packing material ; to engage in and conducta ARTICLE X Before the undersigned authority, personally
drayage transfer, forwarding and shipping I That the officers of said Association who appeared E. Curlett Geo. E. Mathews George i j f
business ; to purchase hold lease, or otherwise shall transact its business, shall be a Boardof Duchardt who being by me duly sworn, did a sketch.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION acquire freight and refrigerator cars, Directors, a President and a Vice-Presi- I each for himself, depose say and acknowledge }
wagons, drays trucks, boats, vessels, and other dent and said President and Vice-President i that he subscribed his name to the above propos-i I No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
1RTICLES OF vehicles, and the necessary motive power and shall also be the President and Vice-President ': ed Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers'Asso-
GENEVA CITRUS INCORPORATION OF THE equipment for the same and to engage in the respectively, of said Board of Directors, and 1, ciation, and affixed his seal to the same, for' C
GROWER'S ASSOCIATION transportation business of all such produce each of them shall] at the time of filling said the uses and purposes mentioned in said Char-
material and other commodities as may be office be a member of this Association and a I ter, and in order to validate and acknowledge
Know All Men
By These Presents
; That owned or controlled by it, but not as a com- director in the same. And this Association [ the same.
se, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the mon carrier. And to dispose of the same at I shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer I i E. CURLETT.
residents State of Florida and citizens at least of three the of whom are will To borrow and loan money by or upon both of which officers may be filled by one and I GEO. E. MATHIEUX, I"I I l W Tm & lIb T L
of Flor-
ida, have this day mortgage on real estate, or otherwise, and I the same person. And the number of Direc- GEORGE DUCHARDT. .I
Rives together for voluntarily the associated of our- generally to transact carry on, and performall tors of this Association shall be three, but the I Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the
horticultural purpose forming a such other business operations, as are said Association without amendment of its 6th day of May, 1913.
corporation and
to the laws of the State of association un germain or incident to the purpose above charter, may at any time, by a twothirdsvote H. H. PATTISHALL,
Florida provid- mentioned. of the Directors, increase its Directory, Notary Public.
ing for the incorporation of horticultural COOK WITH GAS
and ARTICLE V and time after the commission 13th of
agricultural may at any so increasing My expires on day *
)orations in non-profit accordance associations with and cor- That any person or persons; who is, or are same, and by a similar vote of its Directors, July 1915. .J
tbarter. and we hereby adopt these this proposed Articles bona fide fruit or produce growers, or who decrease its directory as said Directors shall (Seal) &toWWHWQ3MWMW'fWXHltiilMHHIIMMMMMIIIMMillHtilimMMi M !tE

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\ recent type lands in a French mili- Paul A. Horn I-t-- F I

tary enclosure at a time when the

two countires are arming and actual the course of my work and ex- For the Next Fifteen

Prof. Usher sees danger ahead, of hostilities are possible at any mo- i CONTRACTOR and BUILDER periments with pianos, I have discovered Days

an international character from navi- ment; is that an invasion? Are the a means of action adjustment

gating the air and says internationalrules crew spies? Is the ship to be confiscated REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. :for upright pianos that brings the action -

should be laid down. He says:. to the highest point of responsiveness We
? P,Q Box 624 Orlando, F1a.I I will sell Lime at 90c
"Suppose a Swiss farmer is out inspecting 1 The change is unmistakable,
"All these questions are really is-I I I I
his cattle one morn- -- ." the improved FEEL of the keys made
sues of considerable moment and rules I I barrel delivered
Ing and a monkey wrench must be speedily developed for their I doubly responsive and pleasing to the per ,

accidentally dropped from an aero- prompt settlement unless international : F R A li'K8 Y E R S performer. During the next three
plane,driven by a Frenchman en route of serious months, I wish to tune two hundred five barrel lots.
complications a natureare :
from France to Rome over the Alps, Manufacturer of Artificial pianos in and around Orlando, and .
I not to constantly. The instances
occur -
falls with the velocity and force of a :: Stone, Fancy Column and without extra charge, will give all
I regarding damages from air-
cannon ball upon his prize cow and Ornamental Work upright pianos this most delightful
ships in transit will probably be set-
kills her. Where shall the farmer : Livingston and Railroad touch improvement. Next winter I Florida Metal Co.MCNEILDAVIS
tled by the courts of the country .
look for redress, to the Swiss, French, expect to charge five dollars extra for
|where the damage is done, the country .
or Italian courts? The deed was done the readjustment indt*ndl'nt of &J
whence the man comes and the jcw 1 BUILDING
by FttTK&B&a, in Swiizeriand, lllId i I tuning.
where fce may be waiving tiwir theoretical I
the man who did it was actually in]: rights. The difficulty of establishing -I Subscribe for the Sentinel i 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner.MAGRUDER'S Phone 41.

Rome before the farmer could take : ,
criminal will be
charge -
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any steps. Would he get damages? :
that of proving that the object was HMtMiltttttlttlflllllltllllltMHIIiililtlMHMf
From whom?

from commercial"Suppose Lake type Constance that, carrying an airship up passengers the of Rhineis the'''cidentally!,'things intentionally, where fall.thrown the In missle the and fell did nature not from ac-of a [ HORSE S[ MEDICINES[ I [S I II I- -w

great height, there will be no witnesses -
passing over Germany. A pass- and only the probability that I The Best is the CheapestSO

an American, deliberately
enger this or that object might have fallen Are the most wonderful the world has ever known. If used as it shouldbe
throws out of the window while the off in flight to determine the matter. millions of dollars in horse flesh would be saved every year. A II I GET THE BEST OF

ship is 300 feet in the air, an empty The machine would have to be prettynear lame swinneyed horse cured in two hours. No blister. A new remedy. tSLJLT '.*
beer bottle, to see it land in the Colic cured in thirty minutes. Big Head cured by one minute's treatment -
crowd watching below. It lands upon the ground to give a man who Directions sent with each I medicine so any body can treat the and Wall
was trying to kill.some one else a horses. Paints PaperTHE
the head of the mayor of the town
good chance of hitting him with a Orlando. Nov. 15,'1% Orlando, Nov. 14'12
and kills him. Did that American My horse was rolling
Mr. J. B.
missle thrown from above, and in Magrud- in
commit murder? If he did, who willor er gave kis colic spasms. severe I gave shim 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
that case there would be very likkely medicine to my horse
can punish him? sand colic. The one dose of Magrudfor -
witnesses." er'i Colic Medicine GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
"An air of the hone soon began to -
battleship most and in 15 minutes he
pass white sour sand feed and I began to purge, pass i TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
r r ,
thought it a most ing a squirming TELEPHONE AND I WILL
wonderful and quick tangled mass of 1,000 DO IS TO
cure. complete.worms. The cure was BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
W. S. Branch. --- ..T.P__r.f._".v.._

Dealer in General Merchandise. I had a mule that went lame in shoulders .
Everything NewIN Beach. Ga. and one leg stifled, the was hardly GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
Mr. J. B. Magruder
able to mo\e. Had been struck by light- .,
inclosed check for
Dear Sir-Find my :
ning. I had given orders to have her
which send bottle Swinnex Cure
me one killed when I
was advised to try Ma-
and one bottle Colic Cure. Let medicine
grader's medicine.
I did she
; soon got
come by next train. You undoubtedly well and I sold her for 1176. It is won-
have the best remedy for sick horses on derful medicine. W.A.Cooper.
the market. Since I commenced using
This mule
was Standard Oil Co.'smule.
LACES EMBROIDERIES SHIRTS HMONAS your medicine have not lost a ingle Capt Cooper their RECEIVED
mule or horse. Had two down this afternoon was agent J JUST
used last two doses of medicine and
UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS had mules back in plow in 30 minutes. POLO PONY CURED IN ONE DAY $ !
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL Yours truly, J. F. Taylor. I saw Magruder commence treating a

SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. used Magruder'Fredonia, Fla.Swinney, Sept. Cure 19, ,1907I in lame lameness ing she Polo and appeared Pony three one evening.sound days after and Next was without morn-used :; TUB SILKS S CREPE[ [ CHIFFONS S

two hours the horse quit limping in a hard game of polo. It is three years .
was cured. It ia the best medicine I ever ago since she was cured and lameness has
Rev. J. F. Gill.
saw. never returned. W. P. Gwynne. Sec'y.


I have used J. B. Magruder'i Swinney Retail Price, Prepaid

Cure for years. Have cured a lot of 8 doses Colic Cure.............. $5.00
with it. better.
horses Nothing
1 bottle Swinney Cure.........., (.00 and Ribbons
DEPARTMENT Rev. R. W. Lawton. Trimmings
STOREOPPOSITE 1 bottle Bighead Cure,.......... 5.00
INCURABLE MULE CURED Each of above includes 1 Hyp. Syringe.
September 20, 1907I 1 Hyp. Syringe, no medicine..... 3.00
owned pair of nice mules, of 1 Bot Swinney Cure, 2.00Bot
POST OFFICE a one no syringe.
them had been lame for two years and 1 Bighead Cure 2.00 '
was pronounced incurable. I had Ma- 1 Bot Colic Cure, no syringe.... 2.00 Latest Styles in Millinery
gruder treat the mule with Swinney Cure.It You have to have a Hyp. Syringe to use
and BE made the mule sound and well in a above medicine.
short time, and was considered a wonderful Receipt that will cure Staggers.". $1.00
cure. T.H.Barlow. 1 Bot Liniment.............,... 1.00


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Daily -UNITED STATES AND JAPAN ish, capatalized at about $275,000 a -
With such men as Woodrow Wilson mile. The cheapest in Europe are
South Florida Sentinel
"- and William J. Bryan at the head of those of Russia, about $80,000, and 1
MORNING AND WEEKLY the Nation there need be entertainedbut Hungary, about $69,000; those of the
little fear of war with Japan. United States are about $79OOO-or
Entered at the poet office at Orlando I Jingoism has no part in their ideasof $60,043 a mile according to Prof.
Florida u Second Claw Mail Matter. .
conducting the American government Adams, who deducts railway stock WOMEN
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : and they will apply the brakeon bonds owned by roads from total. cap-
the California politicians with a italization. .
THE DAILY SENTINEL vigor that will compel the speculating American railways killed in 1912
One year .....................5.00 politicians to take notice. The U. S. 270 passengers, 3,553 train hands and
Six Months ......... .......... 2.60Three Courts will be called into requisitunif
6,541 others. European railways killed The daintiest
Months ................. L25By to matters the women find the exquisite designs
necessary right on 554 passengers, following figures in

news carrier in Orlando 60 cents permonth Pacific Coast. some cases much less recent, or more they want in our big assortment. Women who
Daily and Sunday. If the referendum is put in motion than twice as many per mile; 2,607

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found the people of California will reverse I I employees and 4,465 others. Trampsand are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
W sale in Orlando at Curita 4 O'Neal'i Book the politicians and restore honor to passengers bring our total per
Store. the stale, and order to National af mile rather higher. Russia, with sim- is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
We will appreelate prompt complaint U fairs. ilar tramp conditions, has much the A
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. highest European death list. their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich
AdnrtialDc rata will be foreiihed en application. FLORIDA PAVING BRICKMr.

Charles Lord and Col. J. N.' THE SENATE AXD THE TARIFF in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Bradshaw while at St Petersburg examined The Senate of the United States has
For year by mail postage paid ........1.00 the paving brick that are be- always been the hope of the protected those seeking birthday or other gifts there '
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. :
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building ing manufactured there and brought a interests and the money power. In-
Phone 24J. sample home with them, which has deed that body has come to be knownas are many suggestions.T.H.Evans .
the appearance of being as good as the millionaire's club. It has dealt
F. SCHUMANN, Editor. any brick that are shipped into Flor- the death blow, and has been the bur-
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. ida.These ial ground of most of the tariff reform S I
brick can be manufacturedand that has been originated in this
TUESDAY, MAY 13TH, 1913. delivered to the home city at $20 country since tariff tinkering becamea
v per thousand. part of the political game.
Men are what make your city. And This would mean quite a saving to The Senate consumed several
homes are what make men. the city if a home plant was installed months on the McKinley bill and
D for under present extortionate practically re-wrote every schedule in the Jeweler
A million citizens demand to know freight rates it costs more to get I that bill to meet the approval of the
whether store teeth will be on the free the brick here than the manufacturer: interests. In 1890, they re-wrote that ,
list. charges for the brick. As an example same bill in order to better meet the
o of the high handed robbery of trans- wishes of the interests. .
However, no tariff ever succeededin portation companies, it will be notic- The United States Senate in 1894 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
creating a monopoly of bad man- ed from the city budget that the after Cleveland had been elected on
ners. paving brick bought last year cost a tariff reform platform, re-wrote the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
-o Orlando $6,844.97 in Georgia and the Wilson tariff bill and suited it so well .
One of today's "Real Estate For railroad company charged $7,417.45 to the wishes of the protected inter- '
Sale" ads will mean homeownership'to for hauling them down here. ests that President Cleveland refusedto
someone who has long had that In other words the railroad companygot sign it, and referred to it as an act
aspiration. nearly $1,000 more for hauling of party perfidy and dishonor.In Q
o them down here than the manufacturer 1999 the United States Senate
Incidentally, it could be remarked got for the brick.If made the Payne-Aldrich bill the worst
that the Japanese had the finest ex- these can be made at home the yet, and now in the year of grace
hibit of any foreign country at the St. railroad company will not get the 1913 the house of representativesagain
Louis exposition.the pound of flesh. passes a tariff reform bill with
-o Mr. Lord is making a careful investigation great promptness, which has gone to
United States is going to builda and thorough test of the the Senate, where if it is not kicked SILK TOCKINGSFor
$20,000,000 battle ship and then brick being made at Sty Petersburgand around for several months and then
the Peace Commission will meet here. if he finds them all right he will disfigured beyond recognition by its
How about this? arrange to manufacture them here. friends, the people of this great land
o The brick is ninety per cent sand of. ours will have ample reason for
California's soil is especially adapted and is a burned brick as red and as rejoicing. I
for the raising of sour things, suchas hard as any clay brick.It There is, however, one saving grace
citrus fruits, lemons, governorjohn- is to be hoped that these will now, over former periods; namely Day
sons, and alien land bills. prove satisfactory as it would be the that hereafter the United States Sen-
-..o- solution to road building in Florida. ators will be responsible directly to 4
f There are enough telephone wiresin the people and by the people elected. and zt r
this country make fifty lines to NEW FRUIT BILL DRAWN TO This will make some difference in
the moon. And yet, how often all SUIT the conduct of United States Sena-
of them are busy, according to the Tallahassee, May 11.The divergence tors. EveningWear 4
girl. of opinion in regard to the green
--- fruit law has resulted in the drafting MUSIC ADDS TO THE OCCASION .
r' V/V1'1'1'Our
And California is such a beautiful of a bill which is likely to be offered "Orlando wants a band-needs a
state, too. rlo sociological; expert can as a substitute for the others, being a band," remarks the Sentinel. Another
allege that those Sacramento jingoes measure to allow regulation o* the state paper tells of the probable dis-
have gone wrong because of "environ- matter by federal statute, under the : bandment of an excellent musical or-
ment"It recent food inspection decision. The' ganization, because of lack of sup-
o proposed bill follows: port. It seems too bad that there can- .
has been observed that the man An act to amend Section 1 of Chapter not be a first class band in every Flor- Personal Guarantee J\\
who has steak and mushrooms be- 6236, laws of Florida, entitled "an ida city. There are many occasions
cause that's the way his neighbor act to prohibit certain dispositions of when a little music adds to the oc-
feeds, is sure to notice the increasingcost citrus fruits which are immature or casion. Florida grows so rapidly thata Accompanies Every Pair \\ \
of living.An otherwise unfit for consumption, and great many of her men believe that
0 the misbranding of citrus fruits." they have no time for anything but
Indian prince visiting in this Be it enacted by the Legislature of business and no money that can be
country, declares his wife's beauty is the State of Florida: spared for anything but investmentand Marion B. Ives
due to the fact that he prepares the Section 1-That Section 1 of said money-making. This is a serious :
food she eats. Here's a test for devoted Chapter 6236, laws of Florida, be and mistake, and it should be remembered -
American husbands.It the same is hereby amended to readas that the refining influence of cusicis
o follows: as necessary as the smoke of fac-
isstated that two brothers, French Section 1-That it shall be unlawful tories and the rattle of the hammerand EXCLUSIVE
peasants, are the fathers of fifty- for any person fir mor corporation to the ring of the saw, as the marchof MILLINERY PARLORS
three children. They may be looked sell, offer for sale, ship or deliver for progress goes on. The city that 1
upon as unusually succesful recruit- shipment any citrus fruits which are does not give some attention to the
ing officers for the French army. immature or otherwise unfit for con- arts and endeavor to make itself beautiful Second Floor
o sumption that does not comply with and attractive and interesting, .
Appendicitis dies hard. Its latest Food Inspection Decison No. 133, can never have permanent prosperity.
scare is that peanuts may cause.it. United States Department of Agri Newcomers will "camp" for awhile I
:Yet, it will be doubted that the hos- culture and such other provisions of but sooner begins to look about, and if -
pital records show any undue proportion the food and drug act of the United there is no attempt made to provide bankers and business men in Tampa
of baseball fans and circus haunters States of America, that may hereafterbe them in the new place, they will soon I. have told him that the claims of Pine- ,
in the operation lists. rendered, or for any one to receive begin to long for "home" where pictures -I llas were just, and that the offer of
o any such fruits under a contract of and music and relaxation and the defendant to settle matters by the
Newcomers and visitors invariably sale, or for the purpose of sale, or of good comradeship abide. A fine band payment of $50,000 is a fair one when AUTOM08ILE'It
eomment on the invigorating air and offering for sale, or for shipment or advertises its home town with every all things in connection with the case
water of this section, and well they delivery for shipment. This section clarion! note of the horns and every are considered.
may. They are A No.. 1, and while shall not apply to sales on the trees boom of the bass dru m-Times-Un- According to figures made by Hills-
we cannot live on air and water, they under this section; nor shall it applyto ion. "--: >. ;r.: r borough officials when Pinellas county
can help us to get a living otherwise. common carriers or their agents was created, the new county owed BULLETINI
o who are merely receiving the same PINELLAS COUNTY UP TO Hillsborough in the neighborhood of
As men walk the street, they seem for transportation. JUDGE ROBLES 72000. Pindlas claimed that as cer-
to differ but little in height, complexIon See'2-That all laws and parts of Suit Arose Out of Settlement Between tain county property which rightfully
weight, or in clothes. But as you laws in conflict with this act be and Two Counties When Pinellas belonged to it was not turned over, These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
stand at a little distance, and see the the same are hereby repealed. Was Created the differences should cut the debt guaranteed to be in 9ret-elaes condition, is fully equipped
ruulta of their work, will find Sec. 3.-This act shall take effect A
you Pinellas
Pinellas county having filed its an- down to $50,000, and the and
there are but few leaders; and these immediately upon its passage and approval swer in the suit of Hillsborough county Commissioners agreed that they ready to run. .
few leaders should be supported, en- by the Governor. would this amountThe
against it for the. payment of pay
I --
couraged.In sum approximating $72,000, the matter matter of settlement has been I ,
o OUR RAILWAY AND OTHERSThe is now up to Judge Robles and Attorney discussed in every meeting of the Pine 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger '
every city, and particularly incur United States has 52,000 more Dozier A. DeVane, of this has Commisioners for the last six
own city, there is an ascending miles of railway than all Europe j 1|i county stated last night that the matter or eight months and they have decided extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
series of creative, substantial forces This excess would reach twice around will in all probability be settled that if Hillsborough will take $50- absorbers
etc. $600.00
-men who are making us what we the world. within the next thirty days. Mr. De 000 and call the debt settled they will ,
are. And to criticise or comment on Our railroads carry a little less Vane stated that he is confident of pay it. If on the other hand, Hills-
their human mistakes, when well intended freight than those of Europe, but roll winning. He 'says that the main ar- borough would not take that amount,
is a crime that reflects the up more than twice as many ton- gument in Pinellas' answer is that they felt that considering the factsin 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete;
>narrowness of smaller men. miles. In 1912 the ton-mile recordof the defendant says Hillsborough's the case, Pinellas county would let $500.00. ,
o I America was 267,288,000,000; of bonds are illegal. This, Mr. DeVane Hillsborough sue, as the Commissioners -
It would be ill-advised legislationto : all Europe 117,347,000,000.\) says, is easy to disprove and he an- of this county have threatened.
make burglary a capital crime. The railway property of the worldas ticipates no further trouble in win- Attorney DeVane was instructed to
The reasoning on this point by ccThePhilosopher" a whole is not very profitable. Muchof ning the case. take up the matter several weeks ago 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00:
in Saturday's issue of it was built for political or military W. R. Rowland, attorney for Pine- i and his case was filed. The outcome
the Telegram is unanswerable. No reasons. The United States, Germany, llas county, was in the city Saturday I is being closely watched in both coun-
civilized jury is going to apply the Canada, Japan and British India have I I and stated that he has no idea that ties with a great deal of interest and
death penalty for such an offense. the most profitable railways. In Italy, Hillsborough will be able to come out while Attorney DeVane is confident of I I I
Such a law would be cruel and revengeful the net revenue is only 1,77 per cent. victor in the matter. Mr. Rowlandhas winning, there are many business men
and only the brutish and of the capital; in Denmark, 1.33. The been told by F. A. Wood, a prom- and attorneys on the West Coast who Juan GarageThe
brainless mob enforces penalties of average for the world is less than 4 inent banker of St. Petersburg, whois are of the opinion that the Pinellas
that kind and in that spirit.Lakeland -I per cent. one of the County Commissionersof claims will be sustained-Tampa i
Telegram. The costliest railways are the Brit- Pinellas, that several well known Tribune.


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Our window display of Irish and Scotch Linens gives but an inadequate CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES
idea of the splendid range of qualities and colorings we have instock. We hare these in a variety of pretty designs, comprising both the We are pleased to announce .
plain and pleated effects. Prices range from 50c to $2.25 and sizes CUT" Union Suits and Vests, Prices of the Famous "COMFY
25c to $LOO
It voices, however, our ability to show the latest that fashion calls from six months to 14 years. a suit.

for. Price range is 15c, 20c, 30c, 35c and 40 to 50cc per yard. MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN'S WHITE DRESSES GENTS FURNISHINGS

FROM PLOUEN AND ST. GALL We have the new Maltese Embroidery and Lace effects and the In this line, we have just received fresh shipments of B. V. D. Under-

designs are our own property, and can not be duplicated at any price wear, Porous Knit and Gauze g oods, in all s i us. UnI on Sit Or I 1 ,
We received of DIM
have just some most tasty, delicate and original in Orlando. garments.

designs from these well known Swiss Manufacturing Centres, comprising Misses' Our Straw Hat .
sizes 14 to 19 years, and-prices from $2.50 stock is complete 1 in stiff
range flexible
to $7.50. or rims .
and Pan.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.
Toe, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard.d And 45-inch $1.00 $1.23 All sizes in the Famous Double
Isounclngls00at Triangle
,and $1.50 per yard. Insertions from a yar d' GIRLS COLORED DRESSES sizes and the "KANT KRACK" water Linen Coli ors, qurtel'
proof collars for those that wet
We have these by the hunderd and can suit every taste and every co II ars th a t won't U .It."

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

Daily shipments keeps our special range of designs and colorings SHOES

right up to the minute. We can meet the requirements of every pocket These OUR BOYS' WASH SUITS Well we have not space to tell you about oar shoes this time Yoa

and ilia well known that we give values far above the average and in need no introduction, as we have sold so many ef them this know we keep them, and that they "ARE RIGHT" both in style and

fact, this is what has given our store the name of "THE STORE OF 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 wtisfactarn.
he will tell you he got it at BOARDMAN'S. Sizes 2 to 8 \e -
SATISFACTION. years, and hare all sizes, from Infant's to No. 15 !Ie.'..
the prices are $1.00, $1.25 $1.50 can fit your
$1.75 and $2.00. foot and your pocket book at the same time

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue

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I Mr. H. C. Russell, of New Orleans, ASHTABULA
a late arrival at the San Juan. !I

THE TUNER A letter from our friend Frank i Mr. Charles Lord is enthusiastic
Mr. I i I very
Cornelius Johnson, of Charles Purdy, under date of
ORLANDO, FLA. May 8 says:
ton, S. C., is in Orlando today on bus "We arrived in Ashtabula in the I I j As most all our employees work over his trip to St. Petersburg.
The enthusiasm and hustle of the Sunshine
iness. i on Saturdays from fifteen to
midst of
unusually hot weather. Mercury I "
I hours, we, the undersigned merchants f city is contagious and Mr. Lord
stood at 80 to 85 for
Mrs. C. M. Broadwater has left for:|I Mr. D. W. Scott, of Nashville, Tenn., and then dropped suddenly so that days we ,j.; and business men of Orlando, agree!future i iis chuck of full Orlando.of enthusiasm for the AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT

|her home in Baltimore, Md. I I arrived in Orlando last evening and is had a light frost last night. The i I i to close Thursday afternoon from E. L Murray

spending today in the city. I[I June 1st to October 1st, 1913 at 12 | Lord and Bradshaw are among the Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542
I I spring crops consequently are back-1!' real
largest estate dealers of this city
Mr. and Mrs.Tb"as E. Madgrass, ward." o'clock, granting them these much- '\

of Madison, Wis., are spending a few Mr. J. C. Clarke, of Gainesville, a He says that one of their grocers |!!I needed half holidays. 1!i and tour their of trip to St. Petersburg wasa DR. POULSOX GOES HOME

I popular Knight of the j H. C. Robertson, Feinberg & Gore, investigation. They report
days in the city. Grip, who frequently offered him $6 for one of the barrels j that -
'The Helms Hardware city as having so many miles of
"makes" Orlando, is spending of potatoes he shipped home from Company., G. Dr. E. L.
paved street that they did not attemptto who has been
today here. E. McCullosh, Drennen-Latner Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Insande took Orlando and that ,
everybody admired conducting
get tab on the number of miles. a series of Revival MeetI

their departure Sunday for their those J no. S. Rowland & Co., Donald J.
I potatoes.Mr. 'ing at the First
Paved streets and Baptist Church
I cement walks reach for
I '
home at Akron, Ohio. Mr. B, Drew left yesterday for and Mrs. write Nicholson, Newell Electric Co., A. A. the
Purdy were past two weeks
for several miles out into the sub- ,
I I Wilmington, N. C., where he will it for Wesson & Co., Jas. Bumby Hardware yesterday
not business, that demands their urbs and has 'morning at 9:56 o'clock for
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas, who's I J'spend the next few weeks looking afI attention Co., M. E. Weeks, A. L. Lucius, Gor everything the appear- his home
during the summer up in of order and cleanliness. in Bluff ton, Indiana. .
have spent several months in the city,i iI I I ter matters. the don's Bakery, Orange County Furniture ance That
Buckeye State would
they enjoy Many of his
I! city proceeds on the theory that more admiring friends were .
have returned to Atlanta, Ga. C.o, Orlando Grain & Commission :
I I staying in Orlando at their pleasant Co., C. L. Pipkin, Brigham & people will go to the city that has j at the train to say "not good bye, but
I Mr. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's home on the banks of Lake Ivanhoe all these modern inmprovements and au revoir."
Victor Staruck left Hill Sightler Bros., Pure Food
Attorney Store
yesterday i oldest and popular citizens, spent yesterday and dream to the song of the mock- better prices will prevail than in the I It will be remembered that an
for Gainesville, where he.will Hammond & Gore, Jas. L. Giles, Curtis
1! in Orlando combining business ing bird. The Sentinel opines that city that is afraid to venture and call has been extended the
experience by
several business. & O'Neal State Bank
spend days on J. G. Mc-
(I with pleasure.Hon. they will be among the earliest to return has shown that this is the church to Dr. Poulson and the
W. S. Branch
this fall. Crory, J. B. Lawton,
i iMr.
Mr. M. W. Pendergrast, who has I H. M. Self & Co., Kincadi & Snowden, correct view. Real estate in St are sincerely hoping that he
W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee Petersburg and for five miles will accept. The doctor has endeared
seen stopping at Magnolia House,| Greville J. B. Finley, Wm. F. Armstrong, T.
Osceola county's popular and efficient Haslam, the genial bring wonderful prices and is himself to the Church and
moving especially
las left for Minneapolis, Minn. t A. Mann, Waldecker Fish Company,
I I Superintendent of Schools, spent yesterday traveling salesman who has for Scruggs & Dickson, M. B. Ives, Lord I rapidly. to the young people and they hope
I twenty.fiveears represented the sad- fully look forward
to his
in Orlando. He was accompanied Great steam dredges are making return.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith who have I & Bradshaw, A. P. Curry, Misses
been spending the past six months inj'i by his son, who came to con New dlery Orleans fir mof Louis P. Rice & Co., of Hamilton & Dunn, The Womans' Exchange I I small artificial lakes and these are

(this county have left for their home. .1 i sult.Dr.. W. C. Person. day. Mr. Haslam, was in has Orlando been yester W. C. Sherman, J. C. Anno, being beautified by parks and beautiful i FRIEXDS OF OLD ORAXGE
coming driveways, and here is where Orlando
I to this city for a long time and has Nat Berman, Dickson & Ives, Orlando
A little study of the want ads may I' Dr .J. M. McCrory is having his several good customers. Water & Light Co., H. Kanner, Allen is missing her opportunity. I A card received yesterday from

lot of !'home on Orange avenue wired for & Co. Brown With thirteen beautiful lakes in our
save you a guess work about i: & Lartigue, K. Kan very good friend, Mr. E. J. Cox
hat furnished electric lights and will put in handsome T. H. Evans 'I the city limits what a grand place of
room you're looking I ner, Ben Soloman' Maitland
Ifor. I!j I Mrs. G. G. McDonald, of St. Paul, \ | Orlando might be made. But nothing says that he and his wife
fixtures. Mr. the
Coplinger, People's National Bank Orlando Bank
Minnesota is in the today for his
city the guest A little home in Fair-
I Electric contractor is doing the work. I & Trust Co. F. N. Boardman doing. spasmodic effort now
P. F. mount Indiana.
of her ,
mother, Mrs. J. B. Wherry, of and then little But that they will
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Spross, Chas. I East Central Laubach, Joe Hirsh, E. G. Duckworth, a improvement in I j I return early in the fall
i avenue. Believing that : spots is the history of Orlando. and will live
Spross and Miss Henrietta Tiedtka ii i Messrs Pomeroy and Terry who are the daughter will N. P. Yowell, The Hammond & Bunch in Old Orange.Mr. .
profit by the good j I Not another locality in Florida has
ave returned to their home in Toledo Co., W. M. Siemens, 0. Hand & Son. .
manufacturing corn crispets are doing judgment of the mother the Sentinel 'the natural advantages of Orlando and Mrs. Cox have a host of
Ohio. I'.1 a thrifty business. Besides building rather and Caruthers & Gore. I sincere friends in
expects Mrs. McDonald to acquire land all that is needed is an earnest I I this locality who
up a nice trade at home they are title to I will find theis welcome
I some desirable Orlando and united news.
campaign street and I
mi* Twentieth
Club will1leet
Century :sending out by express, large amountsto I
reality. Will Branch is the latest additionto !park improvements, to make Orlando ,
with Mrs. E. H. Gore on An-:, neighboring cities.
the ranks of the automobile owners I i
one of the best cities in the United FOR
ierson street, Wednesday afternoon RENT
at 3:30 o'clock. Col. T. J. Watkins and Mr. S. J. he and his sister Miss Roberta, having States. A $100,000.00 bond
I Mrs. Fannie Groves Brown, daughter Sligh, of Orlando, were business visitors lately purchased a Ford Runabout issue for brick streets is no Nice large
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Groves is from Mr. Holbrook. Will has already rooms, furnished. Con
to this section the first of the burden at all. Such improve venient for
Miss L. J, Mustard and mother ill people, also light
dangerously at Good Samaritan
taken his lesson and
week. These primary
'' gentlemen visited Colonel ments would be the means of increasing house keeping.
tarted yesterday on their summer Hospital, Lexington, Ky. Her sister, i is able to back haw I Delightful location
I' Watkin's grove at Nocatee and we gee, toot values of real estate in the city I with or without board.
pacation in Boston, but will return to Miss Marian Groves leaves for that Terms very
are informed that Mr. Sligh bought his little tooter like and old profes and hundreds of people of means reasonable. Address "
rlando early in the fall. 'I place on today's 1:30 train. sional. "C. care Sentinel
the crop of late oranges from Mr. I I would locate here and build good office. 5-9 .
Watkins, paying $4.00 per box on the homes, thereby increasing the tax-
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Redman and The Mendelssohn Club will hold its trees.-DeSoto County News. Huntington, W. Va., was represented able property ox- the-- city to such anj '-

family, who have been sojourning in annual business meeting Tuesday in Orlando yesterday by Messrs.H. extent that the levy could soon be re .

his county near Orlando, have gone evening, May 13th, at the residence L. B. Stan and L C. Watkins, of W. McCoy, W.S. Anderson, 0. H. duced. YOU WILL SAVE HONEY
[o their home at Hampton, N. H. of Mrs. L M. Cook 101 North Orange
Orlando, were prominent Orange Flesher and F. 0. Bearn. They are Nothing will do more for the future 1

avenue at 8 o'clock. Every member county visitors registered at the Hills- interested in Orange and Lake counties of Orlando, than the improve By getting prices on your

)UND-Near A. C. L Pasenger depot is earnestly requested to be pres- boro yesterday. They will be In the and were here to see their attorney ment of our streets and lakes. Brick and Stone Work
an umbrella. Owner have lent I II II
ame by applying at the A.can C. L.I city today attending to business mat Major Leroy B, Giles. They before building.

ters and will return to their home tonight. left this morning on the FOR
eight depot and paying for this no- "before-day" RENT-Furnished house, seven Phone or Write
ice. I Subscribe for the Sentinel. .-Tampa Tribune. train for Lakeland. rooms, electric lights and telephone

included. Toilet and bath. Large Acme Brick and

yard. Will rent from June 1st to .
October 1st for $15 per month.

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Grand Theatre ToDay's Program If you can't go to Palm Beach j '


"THE ATTACK AT ROCKEY PASS (Drama) ______-KalemA


MOTION PICTURES t "THE DANCERS REDEMPTION" (Drama) _______.Selig We have the Genuine
Pidum Changed Daily. Impressively played by a most competent cast -

"CRABS AND LOBSTERS" (Industrial) _________ __Pathe I NIFTY NORFOLKS and SACKS .

FIRST SHOW, < < 7,15 PM
: Well photographed studies in an aquarium



A Most Acceptable Topical Offering ,
PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOci

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I Agents Dunlap Hats

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ROLLINS COLLEGE.The ior Class of the Academy are takingthe I IN.
parts: ir 1 :

Jones, who travels for a hymn book
Thursday Assembly this week house, Fayette Froemke 7 Have Vacate this Month

was addressed by Judge John M.Che- Ebenezer Goodly, professor of anat-

ney, of Orlando, a long-time friend of omy, Elmer K. Harris

the college, and recently elected to its Anthony Goodly, D.D., Bishop of Bal-

Board of Trustees. Judge Cheney larant, Ralph Johnson Am Pants
spoke,on the judiciary of',the nation, Richard Heatherly, engaged to Mar- Offering Men and Boys' ,

describing in an interesting manner jorie, Henry Fordham Hats Etc. Half Price
its nature and functions, and illus- Thomas Holder, a policeman, Ernest Caps, at
trating his points by some of his own Bulwinkle

experiences as a Federal prosecuting William Bigbee, an inmate of the san- Any three ties in the house for $i.oo 11
attorney. This lecture was part- atorium, Gus Moreman
ly delivered for the benefit of the
pu- Henry Fuller, superintendent of san-
pils of the Teacher's Review Course, itorium, Donald Lainhart A Vacation Hint Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
but also of value all
was to those who
Mrs. Goodly, Ebenezer's wife, Louise
Beard it. Before you buy a railroad ticket !
Bucher 3 for
pairs $1,00
At the meeting of the Lyceum on for this or that summer resort, ,
|Cissy, Ebenezer's ward, Celia Bald-
Thursday evening, the stories writtenin win come in and look at our MidSummer hr>71
competition for the Lyceum prize Woolen line and let us make
Marjorie, Ebenezer's daughter, Enid
were read. A number of very inter- a cool Summer Outing Suit for
esting and in some cases amusing Minerva, Ebenezer's daughter, Ele- you.We AOBERTSON
stories were submitted and read. The nor Moreman make a specialty of Nor- H1 CLARK L f T

judges awarded the prize to Miss! Helma, Sweedish servant girl, Helen folks and will be pleased to I
Celia Baldwin. show you a few of our latest
The I Drew. I models.Men's U
campus was visited this week
Miss Marguerite Hill of Maitland :
by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, a Congre gave her Senior Recital in piano in -

gational minister who is principal of the auditorium on Friday evening, f Fashion Shop :
the Academy at Mary Esther, Fla. Mimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiitimiiiiiimimiii
May 9. Miss Hill has been a pupil Hand Building rf ,
Mr. Johnson made a few enthusiastic of the School of Milsic for several I
remarks I Cor. Church and Orange Orlando :
at morning chapel on Friday '
years, and has completed the course
and expressed his satisfaction with THE MARKETOf
of instruction in '
a satisfactory manner ) I .1 l Il 4
what he had 1.
seen of the ideals and
; unfortunately, she has never .
work of the school.
been able to overcome an extreme

The report has been received with nervousness on appearing in public, . . Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
deep regret of the recent death in his BOOSTERS
and her playing on the occasion of CLASSIFIED . MIIIIIIIIIMtMTHE
home in Harford, Conn., of the Rev.M. .
her recital was far below her capabilities Business Booster (cUssiled advertisements .
C. Welch, formerly of Pomona, owing to this "stagefright"Her ) received after 10 o'clock AND SALT MEATS '
Fla., and for some years a Trusteeof perfomance of the first number midnight, will be ran in the "Too Late .

Rollins.As of the program, and the final number to Boosters Classify"of column.five lines, or less-approximately ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME
the end of the
year draws for two pianos. in which Miss Elea- 80 word*- one time, 25
near, active preparation for Commencement nor Ideson assisted her, were cents; three times 50 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
week are in progress. The very (six daily and one Wkly editions)

Chrous Class under Prof. Pope's direction good.Dyke D. Wetherill, the second tenor $1.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

are rehearsing frequently) soloist of the Glee Club, assisted Miss FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
putting the finishing touches on the touring ear. Large and roomy. .
Hill with her ,
program singing two .
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
fine numbers which will render
and satisfaction. We have
We invite
numbers. He was in exceptionallygood ) HAWLETOSTRAIGHTS t inspection guarantee
during the week, and number of
a voice, and in addition sang with a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
other musical features are in course added power and abandon which showed suburb in east part of the city. Carl

of preparation which promise to make marked n _____ imnrovpmpnt-cperformances --.___.___ nvor_._. hie_... .MC......*.. Jensen. "
this commencement a most remarkable here. His graduationthis OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKETH.
one from a musical standpoint.One year will deprive the Glee Club, to the Northeast of the city and "
of the commencement features and the I still have some choice lots there. : cetteeeestdw.ee.e
indeed musical
which will be awaited with great interest department in Carl Jensen. cents the next time you :
general, of an able and steady and want to M. Self & Co.
by the students is the play smoke-Judie for : .
popular member whose place will be WANTED position as manager,
which will be given this year by the I
caretaker and collector for
difficule to fill as acceptably as he has nonresident -
Senior Class of the Academy, in placeof property owners. By man ofexperience
done itThe
the usual Commencement exercisesof who can give it close at- 18.20 PINE STREET
this. class. The play selected is following was the program ren- tention. Address. Collector, SentineL I
dered: 4- Made In Orlando and IOld

What. Broadhurst happened, the to author Jones, by of a GeorgeR. number Fantasia in C njinor ........Mozart FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, by all dealers Phone No. 80iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiii

of clever and Adagio, Allegro, Andantino, Allegro with all modern improvements.
successful plays and Nocture, Op9, No.2.......,Chopin $3,000. Will take automobile in part
muiscal comedies, among them be Etude, Op.25, No.9,...... pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. IMMMMMMIHIIMMMIWELCOME
ing The House That Jack Built A
Fool and His Money, Why Smith Left, I Liebestraume in A flat ........Liszt WANTED business partner in a I
Love is an Ocean....Herman Loehr manufacturing business with well: illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltimilllllllHIIj
Home, and The Wrong Mr. Wright. ;
My Ships that went Saling established trade. Need more capital
What happened to Jones is the jol- and will take partner or will make a TOlif.'r
liest sort of a farce, clean and Mr. Wetherill stock with $15,000 to $20
sparkling company '" '.'" "
1! In
: : New
Etincelles .... UJ. Quarters ij
and without a bit of serious sense (Sparks) Moszkowski 000 capital. Plant up to date and in
Faschingschwank (Vienna Carnival excellent condition. Address Manufacturer ROYAL PALM
to interfere with the laughter. A! Sketches) .............Schumann in care of Sentinel tf
professor of is lured
anatomy to
prize fight, and the police make a Allegro, Romanzo, Scherzino FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon BARBER SHOP

raid on the "mill." The professor escapes Nelson's Gone.. A'SailingLoehr--- ... Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Eno 7' ..."" 1ft.. .- We located in the Hyer
Mr. WetherillLes are now new
to his home, followed by Jones, :ESTRAY have taken up as an Modern and Coa plete.
who sells Preludes (Symphonie Poem) .. Dunn Cow with few
and playing hymn cards books when when he he can, .............. .........Liczt white estray spots.one Crop upper and under Everything new, individual & Davis building on Church street
can'tCosely Andante, Allegro ma non troppo bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other electric attachments at every
pursued by the police, Jones I Allegretto pastorale, Allegro Animate ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee chair. No itone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your
disguises himself as a Bshop, and Andante Pine Castle, Fla. unturned to make this shop "
then the complications begin, aided, in theHARDWARE
Misses Hill and Ideson meet th erequirements of the wants
FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
among other characters by an escaped -
most of
particular. Plenty
lunatic.A house cheap to small family. Six
The Lakeland school board met a rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also room. Courteous attendant
strong cast has been selected, good cow for sale. WIlL L. Coryell. LINE
and few days ago and appointed the teachers ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
drilling ardently under the
for next term. The principal, Proprietor.
skilled leadership of Miss Mary Dead- FOR SALE-15-foot new power boat!
erick, head of the School of Expresson. Prof. Chas. M. Jones, was reelected.The at a greatly reduced price. Boat Orange Are, Orlando, Fla. THE I
After faculty for this school next year now on Lake Lucerne. Trial trip
successes scored by will be composed of 27 instructors. free. J. L. Empie, 107 Gould St. _
Miss Deadrick in her work so far this 5-11-3L
year Engaged and various recitals -
there is no doubt that What Miami is getting ready for the FOR, SALE-Twelve acres south of
r Happened to Jones will be well worth meeting of the State Medical Society, Lake Apopka under subirrigation :
seeing if it doesn't hurt you to laugh. which begins in the Magic City on. system. One of the finest pieces in
Florida Was in lettuce and
The following members of the Sen May 14, and continues through three now has fine stand of corn.cucumbers $50- When you want any. of the

I days. I II per acre. In perfect condition. Write EMERGENCY SUPPJJES MliMllifllMlllilillMIMIIIjilillimillMMM*

I I owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla. e I IHandbook 11- : ,
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I SpringClothing-OF- I II,I FEEDFOR- ofFirsf Aid Fireless CookersAND

here is the place to get

them. Call or 'phone.


LAUBACH DeLaney Drug Co. '
Ever shown. This stock includes I Orange Avenue, TO KEEP COOL WITH

i REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4."*" The Grain Man.

$4.50. Church Street, Phone 18 MHIMMIiMIIMMtilitM nnw I ironic nun TnACTrOC

It will be a pleasu E to shorn LLLUIIIlb I IIIUIU nnu I lUrtJILIIJ I .,
you the differenc
between our
., goods and othe 11I0:1:o you 'y see.We .. Autos For Rent at FOR COMFORT

'are beVaIld every piece of GOOD WORK, MULESFor : Any Hour

merchandise we sell and same I II II I

1 k must grfe: yOU satisfaction. Sale by I I the PIERCE fLfLTm IC nllln

feee our stock of STRAW Seven Passenger ,


Hughy St. Phone 534
Ride in a Good Car.1'Phone .

Hauling of all kinds, and plow-

Brown ORANGE& Lartigue AVE. GIVE ing carefully US looked A TRIAL after. 34IHIMMIMilMIIIIIIII P Patl'ulliZe Sene1 l A Aertier' r rS


II .

I On Lessen LEARNING It I t. Be JUJUTSU.Strangled and r MtttMIMIIIttlliMlililMMMtlHUIHIIIHHIIf

It runner Mastery drilling or Then of rower such the Resuscitated.art as would of no Jujutsa need boxer to requires fencer under, roRlAN O 'BANK K &TRUST 1 OMPANfi LucerneTheatre

take. The mind "must permeate the
entire body from the head to the extremities Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.09..
," and to this end the body
must first be brought under absolute Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. ONE THOUSAND SEATS

control The pupil Is inured to the two
extremes of beat and cold and the Statement of the Orlando But as* MOTION PICTURESTHE
flrtue of perseverance Is cultivated by
special exercises for the summer and Trust Co, at Close of Business

special exercises for the winter says April 16th, Illt-The Ser
the author of The Fighting Spirit of
Japan." For the former the hottest -s *'_ rath AuoJTernry of COOLEST, BEST VENTILATED HOUSE.
month of the year. August and the y
IU Existence
hottest time of the day, from 1 p. m.. The newest, higest priced pictures. The Steadiest pic-
are chosen and for the latter commencing ..
In January, the pupils start .. tures, won't hurt the eyes. Magruder wants the peoplein
Wrestling at 4 in the morning and keep K y RESOURCES Orlando to get the habit of coming to the LUCERNESO
I It up until 7 or 8.
Two great competitions are held in r Loans and Discounts...136497.88

I the year, and in these historic con- ; Overdrafts .............. 922JI HE IS SELLING OUT
tests ''1t Is quite a common thin 'or k: 55 Real Estate, Furniture

400 couples to participate." "Speakingfrom t yet r and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 ;

Mr. Harrison.long personal"I can experience state that, says the tl :; Stocks and Bonds ........ M.01843 1000 $2.00 50c

'ehobu' Is a ;genuine: mental as well as .;; Cash on hand and in Banks 36,267.61 Books for
physical ordeal for the participant In i3 '

the case of the more advanced students rr25 Total ...............1789,260.08 I
who come on at a later hour : GET ONE QUICK, WHILE THEY LAST
there Is all the horror of anticipationto e'f LIABILITIES
be contended against As one enters I,
the building the only sounds to greet I A Capital Stock ..........100000.00 ,
the ear are the dull and sickening I I' Surplus and Undivided : COME TO THE SHOW AND LAUGH AT THE FINE

thuds, which proclaim successive falls Profits ................ 24.144J5 ,
the deep breathing and patiting of the Deposits ................ 665.115.53
contestants and the staccato tones of + t y t

I the defeat"For umpires as they declare victory or ,," x Total ................'789j O.0I
the student who wins his bout -

and continues his progress until he -. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M. Lower Floor lOc; Balcony 5c
passes as a pupil teacher there is an- Deposits April Ull.$592m.A I

other test of courage and endurance mwMMMMMMtMlttMlillwMtMMIMMilMlilMBuy
I Deposits April 16, 1011... 665,11U3
He must be strangled and resuscItated."The .
Idea at the bottom of this seem State GoTennent, State and County Depository Increase In 12 days ......$..7X2S18SUP ;
ingly cold blooded procedure is both L .I

to steel the victim's nerves and round ,,,,..r __ 'over 0 .. ... ....
off his experience as It were and to I
afford the newly promoted membersan

opportunity of putting Into practice ... .. ... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ........ ....... .. *...... ...... l4 Before You
certain forms of 'kwappo' (the system ...................... ....................... . . .
of resuscitation), which are demon :
strated by an expert teacher before I .

strangulation SAHARA takes-IN place.A TUMULT." W. M. SLEMONSWe I

Fury of a Desert Storm and a Quick
Transformation.On .
our way we encountered that terrible -
experience: a desert storm. It Consider

|Jame premonition down upon save us of with an hardly oppressive any are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Quality, Style,

stillness perature.of Then the air all and of a a stifling sudden terni the I Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you Price, and then choose

whole Sahara seemed to rise into the I
air and pelt us with its sands and peb-- can buy.
bles. Within five minutes my mouth

was parched with thirst and my watch MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US
Choked with sand. The din of the

storm was indescribable, and the flying Allen & Co.
particles stung like whiplashes on hand ARE WELL DRESSED,

and face. Our horses were nearly mad

with fright choking For wind four hours blew the with insufferable its Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying

scorching breath, and then the heavens elsewhere until have tried of Schloss Bros suits.WE JEWELERS
opened and emptied what seemed to behalf you on one .
the Mediterranean on our devoted
heads. From parching heat the temperature
sank to a little above freezing ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. Orlando, FloridaLet

I In a few minutes,' and then the rain
came down like a sluice, the great
drops splashing the sand back up to
I our horses' bellies. e

Finally the storm vanished as quick- W. M.
[ft/as It had come and the sun came SLEMONS'.A Us Regulate Your Watch
;fut and smiled at our sad plight

1 Without a word we all stripped to the ,, .
buff and wrung out our water dogged tlMliHltHltlitllltlttlltitttitlMltMtllltlHMM 9e44IIIIIMHMtMiiitt EVERYFBING GUARANTEED
garments. As we sat our poor horses -
like centaurs, waiting for the sun to
I dry our clothes I caught Abd er Rah- 4UIIHIItMIIMMMMMtMMMtlMMIIMMIMMttMIIMIttMtMMMIIMIMMMi A
(man's eye, and for the first and last
time heard him laugh aloud. For a
I full minute we sat rocking In our sad- IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN

Idles with mirth until gradually our

I wits and our bodily warmth came back
This Wall Board
I to us. I do not pretend to know how :
I these things happen but almost within

an hour or two the desert all about us THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Saves Building Money!
was green with little plants springing
I into life and In the pools formed by HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
I the water In the hollows frogs were
[croaking the miraculous fact of their DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALOMON. 100% Better and 50% Cheaper

(existence to a sunlight world.Wide SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OR MONEY
1 World Magazines Than
REFUNDED. Plastering ,

Fillet of Sols Is Rare
Beautiful and DurableYou
A dish called fillet of,sole often appears -
on the bills of fare of American cat plastering cost in half by
itaurants but it is very rarely sole. 1 B. Salomon OrlandofHllllllllttlMIIMMillMMIIMtltllMIIMMMMHMimtMMMMimMMMI using Bishopric Wall Board for walls _
Is almost always flounder. For the and ceilings in your new house, and
I IMIe get better results. "Bishopric" looks .
swim In waters and
does not our ,
better lasts longer and saves time in
the only ,"YID American chef can get building.
sole Is from the Ice box of an Atlantic CR AAA A-t! T1T__ OJ
liner that has Just arrived from Eu. "' '''IVVU Jinn*it cu }j uuuu

rope and then it is at least a week old. DID YOU BUTT MHMItllllilitlilMMIillllMMMimMMMMMMI "Bishopric"la the.uly wall board stiffened .
with lath. Kiln-dried lath art Imbedded la 2.
|Bole is a far daintier fish than flounder, toughened Asphalt-Mastic and surfaced with r ,
and it must be eaten very fresh to be beary fibre-board. It moisture-proof, rat- r
foot-New Tork World. I overbear a prominent hsMtwas proof warp,shrink soundproof buckle aid or fire pull- loosen W any HI not climate t -
desluy tab morniag to tBoamL Optometrist winter or summer. Our 15,000 Anti- -
neat ettiaen of Orlanao, IIi rain Warp Bond protects every customer. fc
A Bit f
Sarcasm."Is bougBt land at flM and Wes bo* Saves a Month's Time v .
that your regular suit of clothes 61 .. It... 8IU.RIf Ie Dr. 0. P. IAtII
*r asked Farmer Oorntouel of At the> tins ae referred "'1 ajai Comes la sheets ready for use. Goes on
dry. Just aad ft to bare studdis and it Is
WI sOL for an Orlando aa snarl ao.IMree ready at once for any' kind of decoration. 10
"It is. Correct thing right from a of lead la Oxaage .clay let Edges meet erenly-no paneling seeded. "Bisbprk" Bests Plaster .
MOD plate '1.80 acre, tM .. .... II Sues Sheets a month's are 4 feet time square.in budding.16 sheets to the
"Well well! I thought mebbe you lOW iaper ucI twenty aere few* let crate. Prices low. Anyone who ca drive Investigate Now!
and k at Msvtfae &&!U can apply It.
to wear it because some o' your $ UO per acre, Look into this
liege chums is basin' yoo.-Waa Gives Users moneysavingLasting ..._- .
Waat were tLe OrUaae paoale amfac ?- material.
on Star. eleek Satisfaction bnfldin? 06.
at Ibat toe ttGoad blif Any of the dealers
If jem had yes tMMifure Has hafUM u to elate fifeiUff pbit sal b jr* surd"It to M with roar gmt Bitaopnc ptowr Wall that Board I writ: alio ro reoflac IB r named below "m
Henpecked your treit You kiew nave pared to dorfkaU teas WHILE YOU WAlt which lw.of m?brotfcen kare M4 with more than gladly show you this
,uodre..lt.sadead it the htaitomert and bert wonderful, ,
"We're terribly henpecked pa. aln' time ago yoar pit oa tae Bisiat that moos o a b.'. ?key hire alto iatereited aBimber noo-warpicf ......
war stock, without airing to ftftre ea it AkHiHUiiQtke stock aid iBttrmits st hsj m- of their friend.la**roar food,and are more firc-tedttinT Wall Board. It'" t

"Why, what do you mean, my boyT If you hare not yet bought aoeae cured the presaipttn books dating fed stml ,.,., miMMMtllMlltMHIillliliMllliillHIIilllliliHitl than I4n&pSM4 1SSA with XZI maJU.S,13ft Eo Beosad Bt,Lima, 0. Learn and money bow yon br using CaD save It. time See Jour Coaler today

"Well, ma makes me wash my hand Orlando or Orange aunty property, wID an ID1 of Dr. UkIu' reacrfpU.. wItMIt ..,.
there ii still opportunities fo largerproSts
fore 1 come to the supper table, and and I can show you.I For Sale by
makes you wash yours before you can sell yon something that will
ok her up the back.-Detroit Free but mla-
make you money, your gold
8S. inr stock will not buy it. There has been a goodly supplyof are coming announcements of gradu- Orlando' Novelty WorksThe

C&llod see me.CARL JANSEN, green corn in the market for sev- ating exercises and closing of schools

you consider Literature."Do literature. an arta Office over Dkkson &: Ires, Orange eral weeks and it tastes mighty good and colleges.The .

sciencvr asked the very serious Avenue, Orlando, Fla. if it does cost 25 cents per dozen. One Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co.,Cincinnati Ohio &
The banks and the busineu men of
thing, we never hear the fanners (102)
Irl Orlando know me, if you do not, ail residence, store building and
"Neither," around town complain about the price.
replied Mr. reDw gle.'It's |
them. entire stock of J. M. Saucer was destroyed -
a ;great: big/ gamble In which any.
by fire at Baldwin about mid-
ly Is permitted to write his owl I
tterr ticket Washington Star. I Commencement season is now here night Tuesday night, causing a loss
Subscribe for the Sentinel and from many and various directions of about $6,000.

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REDISTRICTING-THE STATE i 1tuIuh1wwwwIwwliItiIIruwwuutnnnttn1iWhatisthe

Tallahassee, Fla., May 10-The re- : :
Louis C. Massey, President districting bill offered by Senator

a Johnson of Suwannee, which passed :
T. PfctoB Warlow Victim.Bowiri 8. WUn Cukkr
the senate by an overwhelming vote, :
C. Bakeock. AM' CuUer Samuel A.Newell,AM't Caaftkr
is expected to meet with a large favorable :

vote in the house. As I have I

THESTATE stated heretofore, the belief is that :
the bill will not be amend to any :

I considerable degree, if at all, in the :
house.With the exceptions that Monroe : CHRISTMAS

BANK county, by request, was plared in the : SAVINGI

Fourth, of "shoestring" district, and I I

Nassau, by request, went into the Second : 0 H

the Johnson bill divides the state : CLUB ? c.

of Orlando as follows: :

County Population :

Monroe ... ......., ..... .. 26,521 I

Lee . ...... .. .. ... .. 8,865 :
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND DeSoto .. ... ..... ... .. 15,489 : Merely a number of people who arrange to systematicallysave

Manatee .. .. .. ... ... .. 10,417 I certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance -
Hillsboro and Pinellas .. .. 85,490 :

Polk ........ ... ....... 26,341 : that they will receive a check two weeks before

Pasco ... .................. 8,183
Christmas for they have saved.
The Bank which transacts more business than Hernando .. ... .. ..... .... 5,451Ci every penny

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa trus ... ..... ......... .. 7,442

Sumter ... .. ... ... ..... 7,304

Lake ... ..... ..... ... ... 10,372:

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up
Total for First district ... 206,875 You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Baker .. ... .. ............. 2,240

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Hamilton ... ..... ..... .... 12,899 first I
The 2 cents the
Columbia .. .. ...... ... 19,295
wants of customers. The confidence of the public $11
Suwannee . .. to to ... 20,392 "club"
is reuected in the large amount of deposits. Bradford ... ............. 15,369 week nets you .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1918, $900,000. Alachua .. ... .. to.. .. 37,420

Marion .. .. ... ......... 29,387

Levy ... .. ... ......... .... 11,302

PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Lafayette .. ....... .. ... 7,219
Taylor .. ... ........ ..... 7,748 IT IS WORTH WHILE !

Madison .. .. ... ... ... 18,455

Jefferson ... oo..oo.oo.. 18,773

correspondent banks are located in every part of -- Call at tie Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully( ,
Total for second district 202,599

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Leon ... ............... ... 21,191 or better still foil some dub now.

United States. t Gadsden .. ... .. ........ 24,191

Wakulla ... ........... ... 5,238

'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' Liberty .. .... ... ... 4,947

____n. _______ .__ .Franlrlin._.._u. ._ ._ ._ _. _.._ _.._ ._ _.._._ .. ._ .. ._ ._ !_fi7R,_._
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--MISS HART ENTERTAINED A FOOL AND HIS TIN ARE SOON Calhoun .. ........... .... 8,144 The Peoples National Bank

PARTED Jackson ... .. ... ... .....'. 32,539

Holmes .. ..... .. ... .... 12,606
Orlando !
Miss Hart of .
Margaret "
Washington .. ..* 17,892 "It Is a pleasure to serve you.
Reading the article oo. ?
who is visiting Mrs. Julian Carpenter the above
Walton ... ..? .. 17,955
caption in the issue of oo. to.
was the guest of honor at a most your paper of .
the 11th inst, I little Santa Rosa .. ".. ... .. ... 16,249
enjoyable bridge party yesterday afternoon was a impressedto
learn that Escambia ... .. ... ...... 39,868
given by Mrs. Robert V. any intelligent person

Covington, at her beautiful home on would be so unwise. "
East Monroe street. I came to Florida in the early winter Total for Third district ..' 206,516 MMMIMIIMMMMIIM illtSMIItlllimiiflli

The rooms where the three card ta and inquired for land and crops,

bles were arranged, were adorned which as I wished to ascertain the BASEBALL SONG...

with bowls of fragrant sweet peas productiveness of the soil before I .
and nasturtiums. The at the purchased a "Missouri tract. t. '
card tables were marked with tallies, Although I am from New York, I The famous pitcher woke alright,
Toone of Allen's alarm docks, THL BI W1lIT! T R
hand-painted in nasturtiums.The secured a plot of muck land from a
Put on a suit of Slemons great,
top scores were made by Mrs.B. Mr. H. T. Butler; avery uninviting And donned a pair of Boardman sHe ox
G. Lasseter, Mrs. J. H. Burroughs, looking piece of property for a

and Mrs. H. F. Day, who were awarded short time and also a plot of sandy
lathered well in Royal Palm shop
dainty fans as prizes, the honoree loam Had the loam plot plowed and -
also receiving a similar gift. I harrowed by a medium sized colored And shaved with a Helms safety

Mrs. Covington entertains delightfully person with a jack rabbit; otherwise Then hied blade away; to Yowell's spot, 4 BIG SPECIALS 4

and her bridge was a charm- there; has been no work on either plot :
And bargained with a maid.
ing campliment to an attractive visitor. except that which I have done with

Jacksonville garden tools. I have tomatoes ripe
Metropolis. ;
After berries served with 's
potatoes ready for market, also

SUFFRAGE LEAGUEThe squashes and cucumbers have been cream,
already marketed; three of radishes Bacon and eggs from Parlor Market -
r crops
and one of peas; have corn six trIi
regular meeting of the Equal
He read the Sentinel with a gleam, rtIy
will be feet tall and beans that I must use a Moniy
Suffrage League held at 1(0 Then started out to lark it.
o'clock at the Unitarian church. step-ladder to pick; have three bu
shels of beans from a plot not over
Then donning one of Berman's hats,
MOTOR PARTY TO SORRENTOMr. twenty feet square and think that I
He shot Buick for the baseball
will a car -
and Mrs. Mahlon Gore Miss certainly be able to pick as many
Emma Hainer, Rev. Mary Safford, more from this piece before they are
Played ball; then back to Arcade flats, '

and congenial Prof. and party Mrs.who Blackman spent yester-, werea done turnips; I also and have lettuce watermelons looking- fine, okra To smoke a Hawley's straight.He No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOES .

day in Sorrento as the guests of Mr. I know nothing of Hillard or the skinned his Salamon coat and

E. P. Powell and daughter, Miss agricultural possibilities in that vicin- shoes, Don't miss this opportunity to buy Zigler Bros.
ity, but I am satisfied that here, the great Wichest
Gladys. The trip was made by motor, Slipped into a Brown-Larti goe ,
the Orlando car being joined by one soil, if properly maker and developed, will provea Tamo-red, & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
money having examineda
from Sanford, in which were Mr. and And on a Kincaid and Snowden bed, ,

Mrsfl George Fernald. These friends the number solicitation of places of real near estate the dealers city at, Laid him down to snooze. Leather and Tan In Pumps, Oxfords and
made the journey to extend congrat-

ulations to Mr. Powell yesterday be- can say, without exception, their description He dreamed of theaters galore, the Eclipse Ties, $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3
was fair
ing the eightieth anniversary of his ; no exaggera- Grand, $1 98

birth, and a delicious dinner was a tion haps as they far as I could discern. Per- Heard music from a heavenly bam ,I days only + .
are not as versatile as the
part of the day's celebration. Created in the Drennen-Lattne
Hillard people. My impression is that
The party returned late last even
ing after a most delightful trip. Mr. Wumer is a member of the order As he stand dirfted on to Marion's fairy No. 2, 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No, 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

which expects crops to grow spon- land. Flaxon, Plain White Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and
taneously in Florida and Fancy
by employ- :
MUNICIPAL The League met LEAGUE in their MEETING rooms las i ing a colored man to harvest them he Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs, Patterns, 30c to 40c. value, For 3

night and after transacting the routin could shortly move his bungalow on EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 15c. to 20c, values. For 3 days only days only

easy street and enjoy life from his
business, took in three new members
veranda. Sunday morning .the Rev. Dr. Preston -
Mr. Starkey was present and re J. A. HUDSON. Boyd, of the Emmanuel Baptist 12 1.2c yd. 23c
ported that he had a company o Church delivered a strong and eloquent yd.
young men together ready to organ
discourse from First Corinth
ize a band. On motion it was de FRENCH EVENING AT NORTH
ans 12829.
cided to let the Board of Trade HIGHLANDS
'com His subject was the "Use of,Ideals" \ No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and
mittee handle that subject and tha i Floral
| |
I and he in
a very practical and forceful -
the League give all the assistance Tonight French composers will be
possible.A heard at the neighborhood concert way emphasized the importancof 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only "C y i ;

Mrs. Ernest Wade will using our ideals for he said:
resolution was passed indorsing play numbers
"Things that are not shall brin
the action of the City Concil in its by Massenet and Chiminade. Miss ghat
declaration against the leaving o f Agnes Hill, of .Maitland has promised naught things that are. Things

meats and other stuffs, exposed to the to favor the audience with Chopins I are ideal and not visible, shall bringto
naught the real and visible. An N. P.
flies and the handling by people. Also delightful compositions, Miss Johnny I YOWELL
Smith's ideal is a conception of somethingmore
commending the Council for its war great work will be heard
on mosquitoes.A Mrs. Murphy will sing ballads and perfect, in things, conduct and
character. No wise man is contentedwith \
area by
Lecosq, Godard
communication from the Civic .____ and ;. things thpv_._ illMMMMIMMMilMMMMMMI
PM.inuma n ----0- as-- -aro--, hnt___ ?..Q. .<.".v.-"
League was read referring to condi- ,
stantly saying to himself, this thingcan
: in Lake Cherokee and resolu-
ons a .
be made better and it is the derful Battle Scenes, a picture ti t Tax :
tion was passed calling the State A ,Florida Burbank has discovereda bringing man to a higher and better Certificate No. lie, dated
upon of June. A. D.. the Sixth day'
might be that is the ideal. will satisfy everyone.Also. I 1898, baa filed
Board of Health to investigate condi- new variety of the orange, one that standard. in my office and hu made laid Certificate
A living man in a cave has a con- l Deed to issue in application for Tn
tions in this Lake and recommend ripens in October and reaches the Our ideals of the nobility of char- Certificate accordance with U' s aid'
methods for zenith of its lusciousness in ception of a better place. He says "If acter and of material prosperity are I.A Leg and a Legacy .. Powe s I property, situated in the OMBM following dscribe4.
correcting same. April and I I[ were to drive four sticks in theearth One continuous roar of laught :towrt: W 4 of Blk <4< and County, Florida.
Mr. P. F. Laubach was appointeda May. The Packer hopes he hasn't I of no special benefit if we do not put :Rand'i SuMhr. BIt 6 Bollin and!
would not my dwelling placebe Don't miss this feature program. The laid land being
committee to confer with the City made a mistake. But just suppose the them to use.FAVORITE. the issuance of inch as&esled at the date of'
Council with reference to the estab- dates were reversed and the new better? The hut was the-resdt Matinee 2 to 5, p. m., night 7 to H. H. Rani ""'Scale: in the name of
or- .
of an ideal when put to use From Admission 5 cents to all. Unlew aid Certificate u
lishment of a public toilet. The mat- ange ripened in the' spring.-New THEATER TODAYA awordw to law Tax ILion shall be redeemed
the hut to naught the real. 1VfIJ taw
There the 11th day of thereon
ter of also Packer. A. D.
public hitching place was Witness mj official lm-
could have been
discussed. no real without first NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT*x the 9th day of May, linature and teal this
the ideal. The great ideals and con- Stupendous Historical Feature in DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP- | B. },L D.. 1911.
The League are after results for Sentinel want ads are the TERm. LAWS OF FLORIDA I Circuit Court. Orange ROBINSON Clerk !
market ceptions of things which are not, are Two Parts Count,. Florida. '
Orlando. place for this entire section. j Notice ta hereby given that Elizabeth 4.
the unseen forces by which God is Massacre of the 4th Cavalry. Won-
Felta, of Oakland, Florida, purchaser of Bil Subscribe for the Sated.1II11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .

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