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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 20, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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THE DAILY SENTINEL .



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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the StaU


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 20TH, 1913. NUMBER 85.



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AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY TEXT OF WILSON'S REPLY ACCORDING TO LATE NEWS RECEIVED PUBLICITY FUNDS WERE DISCUSSED WAS THE ANSWER CONVICTED : ,ON TilE UNITED STATES AT

OF ORLANDO TO ISSUE ADDITIONAL TO JAL'AN'SNOTE HANDED TO FROM WASHINGTON \! AND JUDGE CHENEY !I OFFICER BECKER GAVE WHEN ONCE-TOKIO GOVERNMENTDOES

BONDS TO THE AMBASSADOR CHINDA NEW MAY NOT BE UNTIL TilE OFFERS TO PAY TEN PERCENT I liE BID MURDERER FAREWELL j NOT WISH TO AWAIT

AMOUNT OF $100,000 TREATY HINTED AT MIDDLE OF JUNE. i OF ALL MONIES GOING TO CHAIR. TilE REFERENDUM VOTE
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Tallahassee, May 12.At the Sat- II Special; to the SentinelWashington Special to The SentinelWashington Board of Trade met last night in Ossining, N. Y., May 19.-John Special to the Sentinel
urday session of the house the following D. C., May 19.The I D. C., June 19.-The regular session with a large attend-1 Mulraney, who was to have been put Washington, May 19.-The government .
bills were passed: :! reply of the United States to the Japanese -\tariff bill won't be reported to the ance. Reports of regular committees!'I to death as a murderer on the 17th in California to submit the anti-
House Bill No. 623-An act to abolish -I protest against the enactmentof Senate before June 15th according were made.Secretary. of March, but won a sixty days' respite alien land act to a referendum, is understood -
the present municipal government the California alien land law, was I to the indications here today. The reported that Mr. Tiedka,I I by declaring in a personal appeal as affording further opportunity
of the town of Eau Gallie, in the coun- handed Embassador Chinda by Secre- progress today and most of the mem- of Toledo, Ohio, had written for 5,000 to the Governor that he was go- for diplomatic adjustment of
ty of Brevard and state of Florida, tary of State Bryan here tonight. at bers of the Finance Committtee see booklets of Orlando to be distributed I, ing to death as the martyr of a criminal the issues between the United States
and to establish organize and constitute the same time a copy was cabled to weary grind nearly a month ahead of by him through his big departmentstore "code of honor," was electrocuted I and Japan.
a municipality to be known and Tokio for personal presentation to the them.A to people who might be inter- I I at Sing Sing prison today. "Happy I It had been assumed here that because -
designated as the town of Eau Gallie Mikado's government by American meeting of the entire Finance ested in Florida. Toledo and its Jack," as he was known to his comrades i of the apparently overwhelming -
and to define its territorial boundaries j Charge D'Affairs. i Committe will be held tomorrow. suburbs represent a population of wore to the last the smiles that j I sentiment in California, in favorof
and to provide for its jurisdiction,| Owing to the fact that Japan flat The sub-committee, headed by Sena- 200,000 and electric railroads radiatein had won him his nickname and called Japanese exclusion from landowning -
powers and privileges. 1 ly refused to make public the text tor Johnson, today heard five repre- every direction to small towns with back to the other inmates of the death there might be difficulty in securing .
House Bill No. 630-An act to authorize 'of her original protest against the sentatives of saddlery and harness which these big stores are in touch cells a cheerful "goodbye." the twenty thousand signatures
the city -of Orlando to issue enforcement of the bill, government interests in opposition to the free list and Mr. Tiedka knows that he can Charles Becker, the former New necessary to invoke the referendum.
additional bonds to the amount of one I officials here tonight said the United A delegation of Louisiana sugar put Orlando in touch with a host of York police lieutenant, and the gun- Now, however, that the exclusion element
hundred thousand dollars for street I States could not publish the text of cane growers called on Senator Williams people. Mr. Tiedka will be remem- men involved with him in the Rosen- itself, or rather its most radical
paving. 'the American reply, which is couchedin today. The subcommitteewill bered as the man who has spent sev- thai murder, were among the fourteen !| component, the Asiatic Exclusion
House Bill No. 622-An act to abol- terms, which correspond to the pro- hear any one on the tariff and a eral winters in Orlando and is build- who answered.The j League, has taken up the movement,
ish the present municipal government: test in such a manner that the latter I degree of publicity will be given the ing a magnificent home on Magnolia murder of which "Happy Jack" i the probabilities of the success have
of the town of Melbourne, in the :II could be deduced from the former. hearings. avenue. The Board will arrange to was convicted was that of Patrick !| greatly increased in the official judge-
county of Brevard, and state of Flor-! ROCKERFELLER VICE PROBE Washington u's, filling up rapidly send him the booklets. I McBreen, known as "Paddy, the ment.
ida, and to establish, organize and It is understood, however, that Mr.. with men who want to present their The matter of Publicity Funds was Priest," a New York saloon keeper, The Japanese government is not ex-
constitute a municipality to be known Bryan's reply is every bit as frank own views. The members of the presented and Judge Cheney offeredto who was shot while standing behind i i pected to approve that method ,of
and designated as the city of Mel-\as was the protest and that it outlines Finance Committee are bourne, and to define its territorial': the United States' position in no un- with interviewers in the offices, at Board decided to raise. It is probablethat 1911. it will be difficult for the Tokio
boundaries and to provide for its-jurisdiction certain terms. Japan is informed that home and in the corridors of the capi- they will raise $2,000 at once. 1 John J. Dowling, who died before I: Foreign Office to find technical
powers and privileges. I this government is bound by the action .jtol.I President J. N. Bradshaw told of i he could be tried, and Mulraney, both !'rounds for objection to the methodin
- House Bill No. 617-An act creat- of the California legislature and his visit to St. Petersburg and the' signed confessions to the murder, but :; which California is attempting to
ing and establishing a municipal cor-; governor, but the administration has SWITCHMEN IN CONVENTION wonderful improvements being madein in the death house Mulraney repud-j legislate. Officials here feel that Japan -
poration situated in the county of( done and will continue to do every- that city by way of paved streets iated his admissions, claimed an alibi, j regards the present as the best
Polk and state of Florida, to be known thing in its power to prevent the least Houston, Tex., May 19.-The Grand street railways and parks and said and asserted he had accepted the con- time permanently to settle the question
and designatd as Bradley, to provide : breach in the friendly relations be- Lodge of International Switchmen that if any citizen of Orlando would viction following "crook's" code of I and that it will contemplate,
its jurisdiction and powers, and to tween the two governments. i convened here in biennial session today visit that city, he would come home honor not to squeal on the other fel with impatience, a delay of at leasta
abolish the present municipality of:, A new treaty is hinted at in the I with about 1,000 delegates and enthusiastic for work. It was stated low. Justice Rosalsky, of New York, year and a half even though in the
Bradley. 'reply and it is further stated that visitors in attendance. St. Louis, Denver that that city has at least twentyfivemiles decided, however, that there were no interim the proposed law were not applied -
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the enforcement of the law prob- and Buffalo after the of paved streets leading grounds for a new trial. in
House Bill No. 616-An act to authorize can are next way to the Japanese California.:
the city of Lakeland to levy ::, ably be deferred until after negotia- meeting, and the contest is spirited.A out into the suburbs and that as a
a special tax for publicity purposes. tions for this new treaty are well movement is on foot to meet here- consequence, the city was buildingfine CONGRESS OF SONS OF AMERICAN THEY SWORE OFF .7 j jI
House Bill No. 615.-An act to 1' under way. after quadriennially, instead of bien- homes three or four miles out REVOLUTION !....t
amend sections 4 and 10 of chapter I i This is the last step of this govern nially, so as to reduce expenses as and prices of this outside real estate I On Tuesday last 10,000 boys in the
6388, laws of Florida, approved May ment with respect to the Japanese ,each grand lodge meeting is said to was as high priced way out as Orlan- Special to the Sentinel i elementary schools of New York city
11, 1911, being an act entitled "An situation. The move will come from : cost about $35,000, apart from the do's inside property because of these Chicago, May 19th-Chicago is be-I "swore off" the use of coffee, tea and
act to provide a municipal government Tokio and the government officials I individual expenses.TO street improvements. The members ing treated to a deluge of patriotism {! cheap candy. They took this step because -
for the town of Pinetto, in the said tonight it could not be predicted present expressed a determination to and history today, the volume of the they had become convinced from
county of Madison, state of Florida. :I with any degree of certainty but Governor STOP ROWDY TACTICS see Orlando push ahead in every line flood issuing from the Congress Hotel :, what they had learned in their textbooks -
Senate Bill No. 377.-An act to, Johnson's actions in signing the of civic improvements. where the twenty-fourth annual con- I that these things were harm-
legalize and validate the ordinancesof Jbill I today will} undoubtedly bring the New York, May 19.-President Ed-I, The directors and Publicity Committee gress of the National Society of the ful to them physically and mentally.
the City of Pensacola, -passed November situation to a crisis. ward Barrow intends to stamp out will hold a joint meeting to devise Sons of the American Revolution is ( They had been taught that both coffee -
27, 1912, approved November) I rowdy tactics on the ball fields of the plans for raising money for -push-!I in executive session. I and tea restricted physical and
29, 1912, entitled, "An ordinance to The Governor Has Signed International League. Today he indefinitely ing the advertising campaign and I The opening session began at ten mental growth and that candy des
provide for the issuance of bonds of ) I suspended First Baseman pushing civic improvements.Notice o'clock this morning in the Floren- '! troyed digestion. Believing they had
the city of Pensacola, Florida, under Special to the SeatinelSacramento Swacina, of the Newark Club, for his | was given in writing that applications tine Room with addresses of welcome been taught correctly they resolved,
and by virtue of an act of the legis- Cal., May 19.-Gov- : argument with Umpire Hayes, in would be made at the next by various officials of the society followed to abstain from the use of them, that
lature of the state of Florida, entitled,I ernor Johnson signed the Webb anti- Newark yesterday. Mr. Barrow says Ii i regular meeting to amend the bylaws by the regular order of busi-, they might become stronger in body
'An act to authorize bonds for muni-i j alien land law which becomes effect- i that Swacina may also be fined if an '.reducing the membership fee to five ness after which the congress adjourned and keener in mind.
cipal purposes and provide for the ive in ninety days. investigation of the trouble should dollars per year after October 1st and for a buffet lunch at the hotel'' The step taken by these 10,000 boyi
payment thereof: approved May 12, I I warrant it. j i'I those paying in their fee before October and again resumed the business meet-i could well be taken by thousands of
1905, and the election held pursuant I I REPORT Manager Smith and Zimmerman, 'I. 1st to have the benefit of membership ing this afternoon. At the hotel to- ,: other boys and girls throughout the
thereto on the 30th day of December'I ___ I II third baseman, of Newark, were fined during the summer monthsup | night a general reception for the delegates -j country, who do not need the stimulating
1912, and all proceedings in connection -I New York, May 18-White slavery I II $50 each for trouble in a game at Rochester -I.1 to October 1st. The purpose is to and their guests will be held. I, effects of coffee or tea, and who
therewith; to authorize the issuance I I and prostitution in the City of New: on Saturday. encourage a larger membership, not The regular order of business will i would be much better off if they never
of bonds pursuant thereto and I I'I York are firmly established upon a I alone for the membership fee, but for occupy the time of the delegates tomorrow : ate cheap candy. The extent to
the levy of a tax for the payment of I'I commercial basis and those engaged in 1,750 IN MOTORCYCLE PATROL | th enthusiasm that added members morning but in the afternoon 1 which boys and girls made use of
said bonds." I'the purchase and sale of would give. they will relax and take
women are 1 1I an automobile -, these things is really alarming, from
House Bill No. 727-An act empowering -('thoroughly organized, according to Topeka, Kan., May 19.-There will'I' The matter of providing for a per- I exercise through Chicago's park I a medical standpoint, because of the
the county of Seminole to ,i the report of George J. Kneeland, of be 1,750 riders in the Kansas motorcycle ; manent and regular place of meeting systems with a brief stop at the i| certain results which must follow
call and have an election, in certain the Bureau Social Hygiene, of which patrol, according to plans completed -I. for the Board was discussed and it South Shore Country Club for re-| results which in some cases require
election precints thereof, and pre- John D. Rockerfeller, Jr., is chairman today. It is being organized was thought that if a building suit- freshments. This afternoon while the ''I years to remedy, if at all. This paper
sribing the conditions under which made public here today and soon to along the lines of the anti-horse thief J I able for a public assembly hall and a delegates are devoting their time to I believes that if the example of these
swine shall be impounded in those;:be published in book form. associations and will be under the 'direction -[library could be nrovided- for tho Hif business at the hotel the lady guests I New York boys could be followed by.
groups of precinct which vote to pro-I Investigators of the Bureau of I of Governor Hodges. I ferent civic leagues, Board of Trade are occupying special seats at the historical j the boys and girls- all over the country
hibit same from running at large : Social Hygeine fo'und that an immoral Kansas will be the first state to and library that such would be ad- Pageant, "Darkness and Light" j there would be stronger men and
within the limit of such groups of pre-i life was not often the alternative of I have a motorcycle patrol in every visable. Mr. Hutton suggested a plan at the Auditorium. The ladies will : women, stronger in bodies and in
cincts. starvation. They did learn, however, county. The members receive no pay. I which seemed feasible; namely: These also be taken on the automobile trip t I minds, and therefore happier lives.
House Bill No. 608.-An act tof I that the great preponderance of women Each one must be a member of the organizations and the City Council tomorrow. '!
-. amend chapter 5281, acts of 1913, the leading the lives of prostitutescame Federation of American motorcyclists. j I constructing a building for these various The closing feature of the congress CITRUS FRUIT IN NEW YORK
same being an act to amend chapter| from the ranks of those engagedin purposes. will be the banquet in the Gold room H _IV *
4050, laws of Florida, the same being unskilled occupations. I i It was also suggested that the Car- of the Congress Hotel tomorrow night(' New York, May 16.-The Florida
an act to prescribe what shall be''' Hundreds of immoral resorts of every National I'I negie library might furnish a solutionto at which many prominent speakers : orange market was strong and hig} er.
deemed a lawful fence in part of''; character were investigated and Philadelphia, 10; Chicago, 4. the situation and Secretary C. E. will be heard. The ladies will have a''[ Receipts were light and entirely of
townships 43 and 44 south, range 26.hundreds of prostitutes and proprieI -I Boston, 8; Cincinnati, 9. Howard was instructed to correspondwith : special banquet in the Florentine Valencia Lates. The demand was
and 28, east in Lee county, Florida I I of illegal resorts were interviewed I Brooklyn, 2; St. Louis, 1. the Carnegie trustees. Room after which they will adjourn :''strongest on small sizes fancy, l6a
and exempt certain by the investigators. It is the I The matter of the new band to the galleries of the Gold Room
territory from the | I New York, 3; Pittsburg, 2. organ- to |I and 250s, $5.25 to $5.75, occasionally
provisions of sections 875 and 876 of'estimate j' of Mr. Kneeland that there i; American ized by the young men, it was decidedto listen to speeches. i 1 $6 to $6.50. Common and large sizes
the revised statutes of Florida I'are not less than 15,000 women engaged pay the director ten dollars a week A special patriotic service
1902, I St. Louis, 6; New York, 8. was held i$3.75 I to $5.
and to provide for ;i in prostitution in New YorkCity until the next regular meeting June in Orchestra hall last
impounding swine, i Chicago, 1; Boston, 10. night by the :: Florida grapefruit was strong and
4 running at large in said : a very conservitave estimate. 1st, at which meeting the Ways and delegates to the
section, for i Detroit, 9; Philadelphia, 3. convention. Rev. i,i higher. Receipts were moderate ad
the sale of such swine i(The number of men who meet there j Means Committee will endeavor John T. Stone
and declaring Cleveland, 4; Washington, 1. to 1 chaplain of the society :: demand good. Fancy 64s and 8Js)
a lien on such swine i women every day exceeds 150,000. I' .1. I|have arrangements made for L' conducted the
or hogs for such j South Atlantic r' I' further I services.ADVOCATING ; $3.25 to $4, few $4.25 to $4.50, and cj-
- oamage as may be entailed by any' .. I, Macon, 5; Columbus, 2. {I assistance to the band. It was apparent -I ,casionally some extra fancy hea\T..
- person on account
swme running at l lrg& I 'p i Savannah, 12; Albany, 2. I young men inspired the Board with !$2.75 to $4; 28s and 36s $1.75 to $2.:?
House Bill No._329-An act to establish Boston, May 19.-The trial of President Carolina Leage I.confidence that we will have a band Atlanta, Ga. May 19.The South-, with a few extra fancy 36s up to $4.;
and eonsUhits a municipality, William M. Wood of the Amer- Raleigh, 6; Ashville, 2. I!and the chances are that the boys will ern assembly of the Presbyterian ,
in DeSoto eoiinty, Florida, to be I ican Woolen Company, under indictment Durham, 4; Greensboro, 2. make good. church today voted to change infant: AMERICANS IN ROME '\
known and designated as the town for alleged conspiracy, will be Charlotte, 2; Winston-Salem, 1. I I Harry Kannef made a good talk on lUctial use in "Confession of Faith"| ..
of Avon Park, and to define its terri- resumed here today. He is charged :.. 11 the need of hitching posts for the accommodation to read that all infants are saved. Rome, May 19.-An American pB-
knit boundaries, and to provide for with attempting to plant dynamite in ANOTHER BIRDMAN CROSSES. of the country [people, The old clause stood for thirttn years. : grimage of fifty persons conducted by
iU !jurisdiction, powers and privileges. Lawrence during the textile strike who come to town and.h street The united assembly today voted to the Right Rev. John Grimes, bishopof
house Bill No. 748.-An act to abol. I Special to the Sentinel. I committee was instructed to take the adopt the report of the committee on : Syracuse, N. Y., was received th$
sh the present municipal governing TO MEET IN COLUM&A, S. C. : Havana, Cuba, May 19.AugustinParla matter up with the City Council. reforms, advocating temperance, strict morning by Cardinal Merry Del Via,
x>f the town of Hastings, St. JeKhs Union, S. C., May 19.-Columbia! a Cuban aviator landed at Bay The next regular Meeting will be observance of the Sabbath, reading of papal secretary of state.
county, and incorporate 'a town and was selected as the next meeting Mariel, forty miles from here this afternoon fane 1.Few. Bible in public schools, equal rightsto Bishop Grimes was afterward received *
municipality to be known and designated place by the South Carolina Methodist tfter flying from Key Westin men in all stations of life, uniform in private audience by Pope
as the town of Hastings, and to Foreign Missionary Societies, a hydroplane. Park's flight was people can be really good on divorce laws and proper relation mar- Pius. He is the first American pit!
define its territorial boundaries, and which concluded their thirtyfourthannual made for -a second prize of five thousand the installment plan.Iyoucan't'payasyougoyouwill. miage. late to be received since the pontiffr
to provide for its jurisdiction, powers conference here last night Officers 'dollars offered by the Cuban government illness. He reported that he found
and privileges, And for the exercise of elected include Miss Mae Wight. for a successful flight across June magazines coming in every the Pope looking well, in cheerful
same. man, of Oharleston, president. the straits by a Cuban aviator. find the going poor. day. Curtis & O'Neal. spirits and alert '
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't SCIENTIFIC FARMING porations, in accordance with this proposed bona fide fruit or produce growers or who decrease its directory as laid Director shall
charter, and we hereby adopt these Articles is, or are bona fide representatives of fruitor see fit But at no time shall the number of
of Incorporation, which shall become the produce growers within the territory: next said Directors be increased to a number greater
There are agricultural colleges in Charter of said corporation, upon,the issuance adjacent to the headquarters of this Association than nine, and at no time shall the numberof
of letters patent, according to law, and we do may become a member of this Associa- said directors be decreased to a less
nearly every state, which are instructing hereby certify. tion; but this Association will not at any number, than the original number of directors -
ARTICLE I time receive into its herein specified. That the names and
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membership members of
scientific farmers Gifts
young men to be That the name of said corporation U theGeneva any kindred Association whose fruit or pro- residences of the growers who are hereby to PleaseMay

; that is, farmers who will applyto Citrus Growers' Association. duce lands are located nearer to such other appointed by the incoroporators of this Association -
ARTICLE II kindred Association than they I and who shall act as Directors to
the soil the methods that will be That this Association in organized under Association without the consent of are the to Association this said Association for the first rear-"of its
the laws of this State as a horticultural association next adjacent to where said existence and until its other directors are I
the Such holdings
productive in largest degree. and entitled to all the rights and are located. legally elected and qualified are. ,
farmers begin at the very beginning. privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon ARTICLE VI Names Residences. ;
similar corporations, and the voting power I Nothing in these Articles shall A. W. Davis GenevaJ. r
analyze the soil determine the all other rights and privileges of each of be con- II. Huddleston
They and strued as to interfere with the bona fide sale GenevaA. I be safely purchased fromus
the members of this Association, holding a Moran Geneva I II
and of real estate the transfer of
crops to which it is best adapted, ; property, together
certificate of membership in the same shall I 1 with the fruit or other produce ARTICLE XI
the treatment that is necessary to be equal. 'i thereon at the time of such sale; that growing is I That the Directors of this Association shall
ARTICLE III i I hav the right and power to charge and col- where
to say; That if any person who has signed everythingis
secure largest yield. They apply That there shall be no capital stock of said I| his name for any particular year for placing I lect from its members and other fruit, vegetable -
of Association but the same shall be organized asa i the then and produce growers, represented or
science at every stage develop- I crops growing on his or her land in
horticultural association and corporation,not served by this Association such
i! the hands of the Association shall sell I compensationand
ment until the crop is marketed. for profit, and it shall not issue any shares :I dispose I of his land in good faith; then or I remuneration to be paid to said Association guaranteed.
of stock whatever, and shall not at any time:i: and in that event the said seller as said Directors may fix and
Scientific farmers are now more in declare or pay any dividend or other profitson and purchaser are released if they :I II I charge for its services to him her or themin
demand than school teachers because any holding in said corporation but all'I i I desire from the obligations of having fruit so the picking, packing handling marketing,
moneys coming into this Association for services >|I or produce grown upon the land so sold shipping and selling of any and all of the
scientific farming pays. rendered, or otherwise shall be used by it | marketed handled under the authority of I produce and material, which this Associationis
for paying the expense of, and otherwise main this herein authorized to handle and market
There was recently published an taining this Association, and any surplus I II I' Association.ARTICLE VII I ARTICLE XII

article reviewing the achievements of I I thereof remaining in its hands shall be usedas ': That the place where the principal business !| It is hereby mutually agreed, and fully
the Board of Directors of this Associationshall | of said Association is to be transacted is' understood, by and between all the persons II
science applied to farming, and the deem to the best interest of the Associa- Geneva County of Orange, State of Florida I becoming members of this Association and Allen & Co.
exhibits shown made farming a very' tion, and said Association shall issue to each i I!I And the annual meetings of the members of furthermore, fully understood and agreed by I
who shall become member thereof all who hereafter
person a a 1 this Association shall convene at said place persons may become
attractive vocation. The most re- I certificate of membership, and shall receivein on the first Tuesday in May of each and every: I bers of this Association that one of the mem-\\
return therefor the sum of One Dollar year, at which time and place its Directors i poses and objects of this Association
markable exhibit pertained to financial -I ($1.00)) to be converted into the Treasury of shall be elected and inducted into office. bring about the carrying into effect a systemof
results based the said corporation; but no person shall at any I| ARTICLE VIII I mutual co-operation between the citrus
upon average time have, own or control more than one 1 That each and every member of this and other produce growers of the State of
yield of one thousand farms which certificate of membership in said Association, ciation shall place the packing and Florida in the picking, packing, handling JEWELERS
Asso-I
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus I Hof all citrus fruit and such other j shipping and marketing of all citrus fruit,
had two years before been practically fruit become or remain a member of this may be handled by this Association and other produce owned and controlled by

unproductive. This exhibit showed a Association. I grown or controlled by him her or them 1 the members of this and kindred Associations
ARTICLE IV into this Association and that this Association I in the State of Florida; and to that end this
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return four times larger than the I That the purposes for which this Associa- shall charge for the packing and hand- I Association is created and organized in connection -
of the tion is formed are to buy, lease, rent, tell, I ling I of such fruit and produce such reasonable I with and under the Florida Citrus \ Orlando Florida
average wage most highly skilled occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real compensation as the Board of Directors Exchange and will at all times co-operat
mechanic. It is true that these and personal property which may be neces- ',of this Association shall fix and determine.But I with and through said Florida Citrus Exchange -' ,
i sary or convenient for the conduct of its business any member of this Association shall as a part of the system of exchanges
results were accomplished through and to build lease and rent packing have the right to withdraw his fruit and i which go to make up control and operate I
expenditure greater than that whichis houses for the packing of fruit, also to purchase for any one year from said Association produce said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose head-
all material that may be necessary or without penalty, by giving in writing to said quarters are now located in the City of >
usually made in farming, but the convenient for the purpose of packing or pre- Association notice within the ten days next Tampa, and State of Florida. And that all .
paring citrus fruit, or other Florida grown before the annual meeting of this Associa- citrus fruit and other produce placed in the
tnd certainly justified the means. products for market Also to sell as agents tion, that he desires so to withdraw his fruit hands of this Association, shall be marketed j
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of exclusively through said Florida Citrus
other produce from the but
in that
There few businesses which or same;
are yield I
fruits and produce, which may be grown or Exchange. I II
j event said members BO giving said notice, I Our
net of than controlled by members of this Association.Also ARTICLEXIII Repair Department at
t profit more 100 per I ceases to be a member of said Association and I I
to own stock in any other incorporationor I all rights and privileges in said Association, That the names and places of residence of
I
cent. II association, similar to this Association ex- belonging to said member shall thereuponcease the subscribing members and incorporatorsto
When these I. isting for the advancement and protectingof and determine. Provided however, andit these Articles of Incorporation and Associ-
agricultural service
colleges
fruit and produce growers in the State of is hereby agreed and fully understood by ation, are as follows: your always.Everything .
were first started they found their Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the I all persons joining this Association that any Names Residences.E. .
members of this Association such fertilizer, member of the same withdrawing from this Curlett Geneva
aharpest critics among the farmers and fumigating and spraying implements and Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce -I Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva
themselves, but in less than a generation materials, as may be thought by the Boardof : through any other source than through I I Geo. Duchardt Geneva
Directors of this Association, from time to this Association or withholding the same And each of said members of this proposed
the men who are graduated by time, by their resolution, to be necessary or { from this Association, and without giving the Association and incorporators who has
convenient for the fertilizations of lands subscribed his thereto, has into .
these or notice, as hereinbefore provided shall forfeit j name paid
colleges are paid by the farmers the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, j. to this Association, as and for liquidated damages the treasury of this corporation, now being ----
salaries ranging from $1,000 to $2- which belong to the members of this Associa- to this Association, for such withdrawal,I created the sum of One Dollar, for membership tlliiiiMIMIIIIItmiiilllHMtiHMItllltlliUtim
tion. Also to buy and contract for the purchase I I the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus thereof, which will entitle each of them,
COO a year to superintend their farms. of anything, that is considered by the fruit or other produce produced by him during upon the issuance of letters patent to this
This that scientific Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the the year of said withdrawal, and so with I Association, to a membership in the same, I
means is Drugs'VE
farming
prevention of insect pests or for the destruction drawn by him. It is further hereby understood and a certificate of such membership upon in !
ao longer a fad but a practical voca- thereof for the benefits of its members as and agreed that in case any member of however such person signing the bylaws of ;
fruit and produce growers. Also the right to i this Association who has withdrawn his(said Association including the contract for
tion fully sustained by results. Those own, contract for, and operate all necessary fruit or produce from this Assocation as : his or her fruit to said Association, as provided
vho went to scoff remained appliances that the Board of Directors; at above described, afterwards wishes to return in said bylaws.In I
to pray. any time may think necessary for the fertilization 'and rejoin this Association, and exercise the I Witness Whereof, Each of said incorporators -

of groves and fields the fumigationand rights of a member that he may do so bv. And- members nf this nrnnnspd Association J DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST 11
spraying of trees and plants or the extinction : and with the consent only, of majority- of l :has hereunto subscribed his name and
of insect pests, on the lands belong '! affiixed his seal to these Articles of
Over 136,739 barrels of Irish the Board of Directors of this Association II
pota- the members of the and 0 I and Association. Incor-I'
ing to Association to |i and upon his paying to this Association all I poration |
toies have been shipped from St. Johns charge therefor, and collect, such reasonable I penalties that have been assessed against him : Names Residences.E. .
rates for said services, as may be established i I and not previously paid. Curlett (Seal) Geneva I Co.
county this season. The grand total by the Board of Directors from time to time, .I ARTICLE IX i i i Ceo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva I | | Delaney Drug

for the county will far exceed that for the uses above mentioned. And said Association .I That the term for which this Associationshall George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva I
shall be to in a. OF
empowered engage exist is fifty years from and after the STATE FLORIDA
number. The entire crop has been ex- brokerage factor and commission selling busi- date of its incorporation. COUNTY OF ORANGE. I
tellent ness, to purchase boxes, paper, nails and other ARTICLE X I Before the undersigned authority, personally I 1 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 II
packing material; to engage in and conducta That the officers of said Association who I appeared E. Curlett Geo. E. Mathews George i iI I II
drayage, transfer, forwarding and shipping Duchardt who being by duly lid
shall transact its business, shall be a Board I I me sworn j
business ; to purchase, hold lease, or other- of Directors, a President and a Vice-Presi- I|I each for himself, depose say and acknowledge,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars, dent and said President and Vice-President, I i I that he subscribed his name to the above propos-J
wagons drays, trucks, boats, vessels, and other I shall also be the President and Vice-President, j I ed Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers'Association
vehicles, and the necessary motive power and respectively, of said Board of Directors, and :'I and affixed his seal to the same for I i iI TRY OUR I("IC CREAM:
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF TOE equipment for the same, and to engage in the 1 each of them shall], at the time of filling said I I I the uses and purposes mentioned in said Charter -I
GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S ASSOCIATION transportation business of all such produce office, be a member of this Association and a and in order to validate and acknowledge
material and other commodities as may be ;i director in the same. And this Association the same. .
Know All Men By These Presents; That owned or controlled by it, but not as a com- 'shan also have a Secretary and Treasurer, j E. CURLETT. i The Best Ever I
we, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the i mon carrier. And to 4ispose of the same at both of which officers may be filled by one and i I GEO. E. MATHIEUX,
State of Florida, at least three of whom are wilL To borrow and loan money by or upon 'the same person. And the number of Direci GEORGE DUCHARDT. ,
KsidenU and citizens of the State of Flor mortgage on real estate, or otherwise, and tors of this Association shall be three, but the Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the imMtHtMttMttttmitmiMMIHMMItfllltllMII
ida have this day voluntarily associated our- generally to transact, carry on, and performall said Association without amendment of its 6th day of May, 1913.II.
selves together for the purpose of forming a such other business operations, as are I charter, may, at any time by a twothirdsvote II. PATTISIIALL,
horticultural corporation and germain or incident to the purpose above Notary Public.
association un- of the Directors, increase its Directory,
ier the laws of the State of Florida provid- mentioned. and may at any time, after so increasing the My corns ion expires on 13th day of Subscribe for the Sentinel
fcg for the incorporation of horticultural and ARTICLE V same, and by a similar vote of its Directors j I July, 1915.
agricultural non-profit associations and cor That any person or persons, who is, or are I j (Seal)
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TAIL GROCERS CONVENTION is expected. John W. Lux, the years as manager of the Chicago SIDERED I!

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didate for re-election. The present Washington, May 17.The unsatisfactory M
Louis May 18-The largest
St. officers are Jesse D. Lunkenbill, vice The body of Mrs. R. D. Wilkie of state of relations between!

gathering of retail grocers ever as- president, John A. Green, secretary, Miami, who was drowned last Saturday the United States and Mexico probably j

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sion of the sixteenth annual conven-
toward shore. Mrs. Wilkie, with recognition of the Huerta gov-
tion of the National Association of barrel delivered
CELEBRATION IN HONOR OF her husband were out trying a new ernment. The fact that several foreign -j per ,
Retail Grocers.An
engine in the boat. For a while the states already have accorded'
address will be made by ArthurJ. FRANK CHANCE
engine ran fine, but finally refusedto recognition, including several of the i five barrel lots.
national secretary of the Brit-
Giles
go further. Mr. Wilkie went into great powers, is said to be having an''
t ish Federation of Grocers, who will Chicago, May 17-Today is knownas
the pit to find out what was the influence upon the United States. It'
represent his organization here. This! "Frank Chance Day" in Chicagoin trouble. The boat drifting shore- is that '
was I expected very soon a new am-
is probably the first time the Eng- honor of the Peerless Leader whois Florida Metal Co.
ward and he asked his wife to throw bassador will be appointed to succeed
lish grocers have taken part in a: making his first visit to Chicago as
over the anchor. In a short time he Henry Lane Wilson, and that his'
convention of American food purvey-] leader of the New York American Ii ,
,: heard screams for help and hurriedon credentials will be directed to Provisional -
ors. Presidents of wholesale grocers'I!team. The festivities started with a deck, when, to his surprise and President Huerta.A McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING

organizations, food manufacturersand automobile parade under the direction horror, he saw his wife strugglingin --.- --
canners are on the list of speak''of the Chicago Motor Club. Over I Phone 41.
the water. Before he could reach
I Young Men's Club is to be organ-,
j 1,000 motor cars were in line when
her she had the
given struggleand
ers.The I up ized in Lakeland and an uptodateclub
committee on arrangements has the parade left Grant Park for the sank beneath the
water.
: room will be fitted up for the or- '
provided a steamboat excursion on the White Sox grounds at one o'clock.: I II I
II ganization. It is the intention of the '
Mississippi, several theater parties, The parade was headed by a motorcycle I '
The annual entertainment for the!club to have good magazines,
trolley and automobile rides throughthe squad followed by a band of
benefit of the Children's Home
Societyin Ii harmless and possibly an electric
games
city and surrounding country anda sixty pieces and then a squad of Jacksonville will be given on this piano as well as a good glee club The Best is the CheapestSO
for the entertainment
of mounted
banquet police. Following them
came afternoon and evening of May 20, in I aod later on to install a gymnasiumcourse
*the delegates to the convention. twenty-five touring cars in which
the beautiful grounds of Mr. and Mrs. I and other lines of entertain-
Retail in the of St. GET THE BEST OF
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Arthur Cummer. The work of this ment. It will be non-sectarian and
Louis will take part in the convention, the committee on arrangements were is little
all
society reaching ones over to all men.
headed by President Noonan and other riding. The remainder of the pro- the State. month open young
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The Daily A DANGEROUS POLICY ing public beyond measure and the

violent conduct of strikers endangerslife
Florida SentinelMORNING
South and property. Every fair mindedman
From the records of Tallahassee is
AND WEEKLY recognizes the right of labor to
gathered the fact that those state of-
organize and the right to strike. In
office at Orlando ficials whose duties it were to look
Entered at the poet
fact it is for laboring men
necessary
Florida aa Second Claw Mail Matter. after the state\\ insurance, instead of WOMEN
attention to organize that they may .have some
giving it their personal
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : protection against the over reachingand
farmed it out to Insurance agents,
greed of powerful corporations.
SENTINEL and the whole matter was placed in
THE DAILY On the other hand, fair mind-
.$5.00( the hands of H. J. Drane, of Lake- every
One year will lobor the
ed man deny right to

Three Six Months Months.. 2.50 1.25 land. a What state a possessing proposition.In .the small destroy property of the employer, and The daintiest women find the exquisite designs '

to use violence in an endeavor to
amount of state insurable propertyof
fu new carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per Florida, with a shortage on reve- bring employers to terms. they want in our big assortment. Women who
month Daily and Sunday. The Sentinel has great sympathywith
nue in every department, hiring an
the laboring man and likewisethe are fond of jewelry those who
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon insurance agent to do what it is the want somethingthat
salt in Orlando at Curita & O'Neal'a BookStore majority of the American peopleare

duty But of this state is in officials line with to do.the convict with the laboring man, but these ;is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

We will appreciate prompt complaint if strikes wherein violence is endulgedin
delivery is not properly made by our carriers lease contracts to the satisfaction and can not of be honsetmen explained and property destroyed and traffic their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich

Adevrtisinz rates; will be furnished on apoUcatioD. tied up greatly to the detriment of
who do things open and above the public has a tendency to lessen in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .
board. Following is a part of the
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the respect for labor organizations.There .
For year by mail, pottage paid .......1.00 record on the subject: should in the interest of the those seeking birthday or other gifts there .
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. "And, whereas, H. J. Drane has sub-
public be some sort of an arbitration
Office! 107 Court Street. Arcade Building mitted a proposition most favorable: suggestions.T.H.Evans
Phone 24 board in each state to settle these dis are many .
to the interests of the State and relieving -

the State officials entirely of putes.
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor.
the detail work in handling the State
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor.
_*_ insurance, and the State of any costs GUBERNATORIAL PRESS ANNOUNCEMENTS -
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incident to its management, includingthe
TUESDAY, MAY 20TH, 1913.
inspection of the State insurable

property, semi-annually, the adjust- All honor to our righteous cause from
The self-made man doesn't always ment of all fire losses, making of the whence all honor springs,

have to patent his plan. proofs, collection of fire losses, the All honor to our candidate, who stands

what-- readjustment of schedules, policies, to- for honest things. the JewelerOPPOSITE
think of
Outside of we some wit: So, gentlemen, I nominate that peer- ,

people they are probably all right. 'That if the entire line of insur- less leader of our cause,

-o '- ance carried by the State is placed in That Noble man, that fearless Judge,

A philosopher is one of those guys my hands, I will undertake to care for Volusia's foremost son, with great
little in bearing otherpeople's POST OFFICE
who suffers
every detail incident thereto, includ- applause.
troubles.
ing the adjustment of fire losses. The
o work would also contemplate my From where the pine-clad hills of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.SILK .

What does it does it profit a man making regular inspections of the va- Polk in fronded beauty stand,

to conduct his life on the lightning rious properties for the purpose of To where poetic Suwanee, flows

express plan, anyhow? preventing fires. It would also con- across this lovely land,

o template the readjustment of the insurance Is heard the name that echoes o'er _. .
Headaches have been responsiblefor policies to cover new building hill and through the chasm,

more good intentions than any or any other contingency which The name need I mention it, -- -
other ache the human body is heir to.
arises carries enthusiasm.Ah .
always by reason of matters of great

o the Legislature. In this way the great

A Paris chemist has invented a sub- matters of detail work now on the officials gentlemen, in response to this

stance ten times as powerful as dyna- at Tallahassee would be taken great and glorious call,
mite. He should call it I STOCKINGSFor
ion. public opin- from them and placed upon me. In this land of ours, the greatest on

'My compensation would come this terrestrial ball,

o through the commission of the large I[ presume to nominate Duval's. nob-
. Before Arizona work advertising
can -
any volume of business. As it now is, lest, greatest son,
out of her anti-alien law
the business is divided among many To steer the ship of State amid cries
she will have to do something to draw
agents and it is of no great value to of "Louder! Go on." Y
the aliens.A .
any of them; concentrated in the

o hands of one, it would be worth his Next that intrepid; fearless, wise and Day

court has decided that a man may time to take the extra work." courageous one,

not be convicted on a confession madein "Which proposition and letter was That sly and foxy democrat, Osce-

his sleep. Tell this to your wife, dated Lakeland, Florida, December 3, ola's favorite son, and

and then sleep a bit easier. 1904, and signed, "II. J. Drane." Who favors predatory wealth, but not

o Whereupon, on motion, the above the Trust or grafter,

Rudolf Moose, editor of the Berlin proposition was accepted by the un- That ambitious statesman need I say, EveningWear \

Tageblatt, celebrated his 71st birth- animous vote of the Board of Com- -but I'm drowned with shoutsof n (VI (

day Thursday. Herr Moose is so retiring missioners of State Institutions, andit laughter. '

that he left Berlin for the day was therefore

in order to avoid ovations and con- "Resolved, that the resolution on Old Orange offers up a name requir-

gratulations.The this subject, dated June 6, 1903, be ing no laudation,

revoked and the entire line of insur- To gain for him this glorious nomi-
o
ance carried by the state be nation:
bill authorizing Orlando to bond
turned over to H. J. Draneas The choice of this big, long land of
for $100,000 for street has
purposes set forth in the above prop- ours to all appearing,
Personal Guarantee
Our
passed the House. The city of Or-
osition for the considerations therein I submit is the name of Braxton
lando can thank Hon. S. A. Robinsonfor
expressed for and during the pleasure Beacham, with loud and mighty
his energetic action in Pair
pushingthis Accompanies Every
of the Board of Commissionersof cheering.But .
bill through as it is one of Orlando's -
State Institutions, he to perform
greatest needs. all the duties mentioned and set forthin who heads this nation in its

--0- his proposition from this date proud stand of today?

California, like Florida, has been doIng without cost to the State under the Who is the greatest, biggest man in Marion B. Ives

the wind work preliminary to dividing instruction of the Board of Commis- all this U. S. A?

the state. In case Californiadoes sioners of State Institutions." The name of Woodrow Wilson, you

divide we suggest calling the The State officials should have en- all will readily guess,

new state South Cafeteria, which, tire control of this matter, fix every But here we pause for there are lim-

being interpreted, seems to mean valuation, specify every. policy and its to the power of the press. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
South Coffee Pot. This would be sug- make the assignment.

gestive of the tea pot tempests with In other words, they have no busi-
FOR ASPIRING
THOUGHTS
which the Golden Gate State is afflicted ness to farm this or any other matter
STATESMEN Second Floor
every time the law mill meets at out to agents or go betweens.
Sacramento.

o Secretary of State W. J. Bryan in
STRIKES AGAINST PUBLIC IN-
his Baltimore address last week made
APOPKA NEWS
TERESTSThe --
some statements that are worthy of
emulation by men in every walk of thought. I rejoiced that there was

Apopka, Fla., May 19.-A very Street Car Strike in Cincinnati, life. He said in part: one who could win where I lost.I

sucessful ice cream and cake fes- is another of those misguided efforts "I owe my office to the generosityof was so much more interested in

tival was held on Saturday. It that inconveniences the entire public.' the President of the United States. the cause than in any title that could AUTOMOBILE"BULLETIN

was intended to hold the same in Hundreds of people from all partsof He led us in our last fight, and if any I come with it that I am sure that the

City Park, owing to the threatening the country are now passing one thinks that I was disappointed i President, himself was not happier

weather the Mayor and Council were I through Cincinnati and this tieing up because the leadership fell to another, than I was. I think he may be ableto

appealed to. They kindly grantedthe of the cars inconveniences the travel let him disabuse his mind of that do things that I could not have

use of the City Hall. I done, and I know I can help him as

The way those eatables and weta- much as he could ever help me.

bles disappeared was a wonder. $14.50was 4 mi IIil The Secretary of State, speaking of

[realized which will go to the his own defeats, said he cherished no

Methodist Parsonage Fund. enmity nor regrets. He declared:

Zellwood vg ApopkaOn ANNOUNCEMENTWe "There is no load that will break a These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

Saturday, the local nine at Zell- man down so quickly and so surelyas guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip
wood on its home The man who
ground, crossed bats a load of revenge.
with the Apopka team in a double- tries to get even with others has few ped and ready to run.

header. have rented the store on E. Pine ; opportunities of gratifying his hatred
First game 9 to 0 in favor of Apop but he is all the time corroding him-

ka. Batteries, Apopka, McClure and St., formerly occupied by J.'S. Rowland & ; "
Ulrich.; for Zellwood, Vivian, Wilkins : self.Today predatory wealth stands con 1912 Studebaker 30" fourpassenger

and Morton. : Co., and will open the first of next week ; fessing before the bar of public jus-
extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
Second game, 7 to 4 in favor of : tice that it has disregarded the name ,
with a full line of Fancy and Staple ; .
Apopka. Batteries, Zellwood, Wilkins .. of business and what President Wil- absorbers, etc. $600.00
and Morton; Apopka, Marshall and Groceries. son is trying to do is to separate hon-

Ulrich. : est business from dishonest business.

This is the twelfth consecutive game : Pure food goods courteous treatment j If President Wilson's election means '
1 1912 Flanders Touring Car
complete
won by Apopka this season. Apop- anything, it means that the Govern- ,

*a plays strictly home talent and : prompt service will be our slogan. ment is to be administered by the $500.00.

stands ready to meet Orlando under : people's representatives on their be-

The conditions.Zellwood grounds are splendidlike : We ask for a share of your patronage. half for the benefit of all the people.


ly arranged right in the heart of the : Watch for 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.
opening day.
our
village, opposite the S. A. L depot. Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, ,

Thanks to Wm. Edwards and others; Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.

they have a fine clayed diamond, wa- 5152w.
ter-laid on to the grounds.By J. M. CaruthersE.

the kindness of the Zellwood

Musical Club, ice cream, lemonade, H. Gore If you want help, have anythingfor San Juan Garage

etc., was furnished the teams. In sale or rent, or have lost anythingtry

spite of the threatening weather, a I *c an advertisement in the Sentinel.It .I

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SUMMER DRESS GOODS NEW SILK WAISTS SHOES? WELL, YES

The new Blues, the new Tans, the new Gras, the new soft tones of We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
We" are justly proud of our assortment of Silk Waists' comprUingas
Heliotrope and Lavenders, are all here in a charming multiplicity of White Canvas and White Arabian Cloth. Also a full line of Tan Kids,
i it does the newest New York Models in Natural Japanese Habutai,
new weaves and designs.. In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Batiste, Violets etc. and Gun Metals. We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and "QUEEN
Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas. Especially charmingare
Prices from 15c to 50c. QUALITY" shoes for Women and Children, and in our Men's goods, we
range
the new Hungarian effects. All sizes, Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
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have BOARD IA\'S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $5.00 a pairSUMMER
$3.75, $tOO and $5.00.
SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the wearer satisfaction, or I will make

them saticfactry and there are no strings attached to the guarantee;
A splendid quality just received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons no S' WASH SUITS .
we attend to that right here in he store.
Dye) and full weight. Ideal for dresses, separate waists, underwear,
Are indicative of Summer's approach. Our preparations along this We also
have the best Work Shoe that we can buy, and prices are
etc, etc. and only 50c yard.
per line were made months ago, and the results of our operations at that from $2.00 to. $130 in all kinds of leather.CHILDREN'S .

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in
36 INCH WASH SILKS
White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette Crash, SHOES

In Ivory white and cream only, in fine Twills and corded Repp, also Riplette, etc., in every size. We are particularly well fixed on this line, and as we only handle

plain weaves. Splendid in effect and wear, and washes and launders the "ALL LEATHER KIND,"' you can feel pretty well satisfied that
Prices from 50c to $2.:>0 a suit.
as perfectly as a piece of muslin, specially priced at $1.00 a yard. you will get good wear from every pair. Let us "SHOW YOU."




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A DELIGHTFUL TRIP TWENTIETH CENTURY LIMITED LAKE HOLDEN LAND ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF TO-
I I
I ADVERTISING G MATOESOne I
WADE Mrs. D. C. Thompson will leave today Messrs. Overstreet & Drew own a I .

THE TUNER for Hollins, Virginia, to attend Classified ads in the Sentinel travel:large tract of land in the vicinity of hundred acres of tomatoes, i

ORLANDO.FLA.lr. the commencement exercises of Hol with the swiftness and accuracy of lake Holden that holds a mine of with drives laid out at regular intervals I

J lins College, where her daughter, Miss vengence: I wealth. with the accuracy of city streets

,Ruth, is completing her studies. Sunday Allan Cohoon's valuable I The soil is a rich black loam and the along which you may drive your auto- AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Richards left I i Mrs. Thompson is anticipating a dog disappeared. Monday morning I I(I strawberries and tomatoes that are mobile through a. sea of living greenof I L. Murray .
and Mrs. J. R. ] I
(!I delightful trip, as she will for mone I early Allen sent a notice into this growing on their farm shows the wonderful so dense a,growth that the groundis 'Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542I :

yesterday for Lakeland. i of a congenial party who go in a office with a liberal reward on the I,I I j possibilities of that soil, and it hidden from view, is rather an uncommon -'I I

has to Columbus large automobile to Waynesville, N. end of it. Some evesdropping cur i:I is a pity that in these days of high thing. Yet this is just whatS. LAKE CHEROKEE SOME MORE
:Mr. W. P. Williams gone II I I
C. gave the recreant dog a tip that the cost of living there are not more of J. Sligh hash by way of a tomato
Ohio for the summer. I
Mrs. Grant, who has been the guest Sentinel was on his track and that these acres in cultivation. In every patch and it is worth. any one's whileto The City Council and the property-

left i iof|I Cot and Mrs. T. J. Watkins and dog returned before noon. :i great city of the north are men eak- visit this great farm and see what owners around Lake Cherokee are at. .
and Mrs. L. R Wottrong I
Mr.
Jacksonville.Mr. :I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holbrook, will also I Sunday morning's paper made ing out a miserable existence by run- I tomato growing under proper cultivation -'least furnishing the newspapers with.
for
yesterday 1 make the trip. John Boone will be' known that Mr. J. W. Gaines wantedto ping a street car, or working in a: will produce.Mr. I' texts for daily serm
returned Sunday i i iin charge of the car. buy a good one horse wagon, and smoky old factory or sweat shop who Sligh in this tomato growingand of kicks that come from the Lake ,
R. Hanner
E.
[ from an extensive trip to Mrs. Thompson expects to be absent Monday morning at early dawn men i 1, might here be independent and happy packing is building up an industry I Cherokee district are legion, and that

evening from the city three weeks and were at the office to sell Mr. Gaines a in the midst of the most pleasant sur- of immense value to Orlando. there evidently is cause for kicking
| and Birmingham.
Orleans
New 'will have the Sentinel follow her in 1 the first who has had the
wagon. roundings. He is man i no one doubts. The condition is a .'
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members of Orlando order to keep in touch with Orlando. Another man advertized a house Around lake Holden are several sand to tackle the proposition of I disgrace to Orlando, and we do not

About twenty Ocoee After commencement, Miss Ruth! and lot for sale and in two days time thousand acres of virgin soil, only growing tomatoes on so large a scale, blame any one denying ownership of
1 I. 0. 0. F, will go to
Lodge, degree.i will leave for a trip to Europe. sold it, and had so many enquiriesthat 1 waiting to be tickled with the hoe to and he has the distinction of ship- I[that lake now, or shirkinf responsibility -
to confer the iriatory I
[tonight I he has concluded to build two make it smile in the most beneficent ping the first solid car of tomatoesout i[ for its condition. But that it

mother of Mes- Peter Haggard and wife, who have more for sale and advertise them in manner. Let any man drive around of Orlando. What is more, he is a nuisance and a menace to public
0. R. Cohoon,
Isrs.Mrs. and Allan Cohoon leaves I spent the winter at St. Petersburg the Sentinel. this lake, and view the farms of S. J. will have the satisfaction of placingto I health must be apparent to all, and

Robert in Milford were in Orlando yesterday and will The Sentinel brings buyer and seller Sligh, M. 0. Overstreet, Benj. Drew, his credit large profits from this no time should be lost in disposing of
her old home I I
[today where for she will remain until fall.I leave this morning for their home ini together with the swiftness of the fine gardens and grove of Dr. tomato farm. Mr. Sligh is a grower it. If it is private property the

[Ohio, i i i New Jersey. John Rowland's coffee, which brings ; Drennen, John Thompson and H. J. and a shipper. owners should be compelled to clean

the divorced husband and wife together. ': Lobean and the possibilities of this Take the matter of citrus fruit. He I it up without another day of delay.If .
re-
Sentinel acknowledges
The
i, Tell troubles and make known rich soil under intelligent treatment is extensive shipper, but greater is the should
ceipt of an invitation to the Corn' Mr. A. E. Becker, one of the pro your ] I,. an I it city property city .
exercises at the Cathedral I gressive citizens of the Highland your wants to the Sentinel that your will be apparent. than this he is a large grower anda I clean it; if it is owned jointly by

I mencement School Wednesday evening, May 28. Grove district of this city, left yesterday days in this land may be many and I Orange county offers rich opportunities -! recognized authority on citrus fruit city and individuals, the two shouldbe
troubles lessened. II to the industrious. I culture. Let one visit his I In event
I for Conway, Ohio, where he will your |I any groves jointly responsible. any
and they will be satisfied that Mr. the city holds the power to compel
several
have spend months.
who
Mr. and Mrs. John Ritter ,
( the winter in this locality and! I ORLANDO GREEN MARKET !I A SAD PICTUREIt Sligh is a man well versed in the I'its cleaning without any delay,.and it
spent I I citrus fruit industry from the timer ; should be cleaned. It is the worst
I who own good property left for their j, Bear in mind that every advertise 'I
h me in Detroit, Michigan last night.j II I ment in The Sentinel tells the storyof I I Egg plant, tomatoes, squash, green I is a pitiful sight to see a father'', the bud leaves the nursery to the time spot in the city.

I I' a reliable store, honest merchandise peppers, okra, cukes, beets, onions, with his arm around his young daughter -I the fruit reaches the market. He is I All lakes should be kept clean.

Henry R. James of Long Island,' and right prices. You take no |lettuce, celery, corn, cabbage, string endeavoring to take her home off a man of. great activity and personally I There is a stretch on lake: Lucerne
t beans father superintends every line of his great that should be cleaned as those! cala-
spinach did
cow the streets as one
IN. Y., is in the city for a few days.i j chances when dealing with the Sentinel I peas.
He has recently acquired real estate i advertisers. Blue berries' apples, grapefruit,.'!yesterday in Orlando, and to see ;, business. He knOWs. personally how diums and other noxious water plants

[(interests in Orange county which I ____ \bananas, pine apple, watermelons,..' the stubborn fight put up by the girl. i i his groves are being cultivated and\will spread to all parts oi the lake.A .

I he is looking after. 1 who will cantelopes, peaches. I It is a sad day indeed, for any girl!I fertilized Likewise he knows every- stitch in time will save nine. If
the students return I
Among when she turns her back on home and : part of the work oi tomato culture asit Cherokee had been taken. in time it
from college'are '
home this week home influences for the cheat and hypocriey is being done. This accounts for his would not be such a difficult and expensive -
Dr. J. F. Maddox, accompanied by : Alva and Louis Kilgore, Walter! Bishop William Crane Gray, of the .
of the street. Better by far suc..:ess.. proposition toda!.
I his brother-in-law, Mr. Andrew H.I Tucker and Carle B. Paige, who have Episcopal diocese of Southern. Flor-
will leave today fort I ida, with headquarters in Orlando that that one had died while an innocent The street committee and the sanitary
[Holt and wife, been attending the S. C. C. I. military ,
I Fort Wayne, Indiana, the home of the I) academy at Edgefield, S. C. I arrived in the city last night and will I babe in her mother's arms than STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION committee are working hand in

latter. Dr. Maddox expects to spend I i I tomorrow conduct services at St. :that she should make her body the 'I. TO. MEET IN ORLANDODoctors hand to clean up and. get rid of the

[the entire summer in the north. I Luke's Episcopal church at which ser.temple of evil and her associates I, .mosquito, and if they will just take
It hailed yesterday in Orlando and ,vice he will administer the rite af those who find more pleasure on the I C. D. Christ and Sylvan 'the bits in their teeth and compel all

this was fun for young America, who I I state with the view to locating streets than in the home. We know McElroy have returned from Miami, places to clean up they will find the

Mr. Lawson Magruder was in Or- made snow balls. The fall was quite !i manently, and has come to Fort per-My- nothing of the inwardness of the where they spent the latter part of tax payers back of them.
lando for a short while last evening south of the city but, no dam 'I the past week attending the annual,
I Ma- heavy !ers with the intention of: purchasing cause that led up to this controversy; .I
en route to Tampa by auto. Mr. age was done to the crops. The cold ;a home in this city.-F, we only know that if that girl continues meeting of the Florida State Medical
Myers
has the for both the COOLING SUGGESTIONSDr.
gruder agency must have been quite high up as no I Press. to prefer the street to the home, Association. They are enthusiasticover
I Ford and Oakland cars and has a very noticeable change in the atmospherewas I the day is not far distant when, in the hospitable manner in which

[efficient demonstrator of their qual- felt here.Telephone will the delegates were entertained in the Peak's Palmetto and Huylers
I Dr. Bennett's office phone is. shame and with broken heart, she
ities in "Pick" Evans, who was atTthe No.227J Chocolate Ice Cream Soda
"Magic City" and the
gathering
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Brick Building, Orlando. Sanitarium. beg that father to take her in his
wheel on this recent trip. I 409, and like an echo I 5-15-2w. arms. God pity the girl who loves a great success. The next meeting The popular drinks, served to you

from around the corner comes Murray's ,, not home above the allurements of of the Association is to be held at MeElroys Pharmacy.
[MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the the street. in Orlando. Everybody is drinking them but
I automobile. It. Subscribe for the S atfoil
Sentinel office. 5.18 tf you-drop in and try a glass, theyare

Slanibarger's for bicycles and cooling satisfying and beneficial.

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I SPECIAL FEATURE"NOTRE KnickerbockersFor

Grand Theatre


DAME Boys



IN THREE REELSMOTION

FROM SEVEN TO SEVENTEEN
PICTURES
A beautifully colored film based on Victor Hugo's literarymasterpjece

Picture Changed Daily. I "Notre Dame de Paris," DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP

The tragic story into which the love and passions of Es-

meralda, the gypsy beggar girl; Captain Phoebus of the King's I

FIRST SHOW, I I 7il5. P.M Archers; Quasimodo, the old and deformed bell ringer of Notre AT

8il5 PM Dame Cathedral and Claude Frollo, the faithless ArchdeaconSECOND
SHOW I .
of the Cathedral, are curiously interwoven, is given a produc SCRUGGS & DICKSONTHE

tion that for artistic merit and dramatic effect has never been

surpassed. From the moment that Esmeralda, through her MEN'S OUTFITTERS

PRICES AL WAc. and 10 C. dancing, fires the heart of Frollo, to the climax, when Quasi

modo throws him over the parapet to his death, there is not a Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing

- 3:30 I t: scene in the three reels that does not hold the spectator tensely
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f HUMOR OF A SCULPTOR. contact with the skin quicker than .....
f those that are warm is that the skin ;
being :i very poor conductor of heat
. jCirpeaux In His Merry Moods With absorbs heat slowly from an object ofa Have
Napoleon III. Vacate this MonthAm
higher temperature than itself, while

I' nestue Althllub"a.., ....: 't-riiuiMie-s*! a uiau of of great ear- other objects which are cooler and
purpose. which in nearly every Instance are
Caflit>H".r: the most famous better conductors of heat than the skin
French ', .11'" tlf the last century, absorb beat rendily from the skin and

I hld.1 huuitir dill it; ,I .."tune tented and on a lackey capricious and hence a sensation of cold is felt at once. ( : $IT Offering Men and Boys' Pants,

emperor ,\11",".,.. l...-lure Pour Tous relates Sizing Up the Situation. Hats, Caps, Etc, at Half Price]) !
sutue &.IIo.ill anecdotes of him. The young girl had been engaged as
At a itiri'ioti| at the Tuileries Nagoleon an amanuensis by a ociety woman.
III eunija'd in a few minutes' She discovered that nearly every day Any three ties inthehouse for $1.00
private roinerMitiou with Carpeaux. the husband and wife bad a quarrel.
At Its c.oIJ'luioli: the young sculptor she notice that she
so gave was goingto 111
was besieged by a crowd of courtiersand leave A Vacation Hint pIFI Lord & Taylor's!! Silk Half Hose
envious rivals. who wanted to "Why?" inquired the lady. In sur- :
know what the emperor had talked prise. I I' Before you buy a railroad ticket

about "Oh. you don't need an amanuensis, for this or that summer resort, i 3 pairs for $J,00
"Promise to tell no one.*' whispered I madam" replied the girl. "What you come in and look at our MidSummer

Carpeaui as he drew the eager listen want is a war correspondent!"-Yonkers Woolen line and let us make --------- -- -
ers to one side of the ballroom. "Well Statesman.No i
a cool Summer Outing Suit for
then the emperor was trying to bore

row 5 francs from me." Cause For Worry. you.We
Some years later when Carpeaui "What do you suppose your father make a specialty of Nor- it H1 CLARK L ROBERTSON E T
had received the commission to do the will say when I ask permission to mar- folks and will be pleased to I
decorations for the Pavilion de Flore ry you?" show you a few of our latest

of the Tuileries. Napoleon often came "I don't know. But I wouldn't worry I models.Men's .:.
to watch him at work on the scaffold lie didn't refuse any of the men M L-- iii m
that had been built against the face who asked for my four older sisters." r Fashion r
of the building. Occasionally the emperor -Detroit Free Press. Shop
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mounted aloft to this Improvised ? Hand Building I
studio, bung between earth and sky. Identified."Is llili
One day Carpeaux In a particularlymerry that your prodigal son?" Inquiredthe Cor. Church and Orange Orlando (It

mood, told him that when he visitor to Uncle Zeke's farm, point- MARKETOf
wished to rest from his labors he Ing to the youth who spent most of his 1 II IIIIIiI 1'1' 11 1111r- IIII
would make tiny pellets of clay and time swinging: In a hammock.
drop them on the heads of passersby. "Xo." laughed Uncle Zeke pleasantly.
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"It's very amusing. he explained. -He's my fatted calf? Harper's -- Cleanliness Of Quality i
"People stop and look about them. Weekly. BUSINESS BOOSTERS ... .......II..II..I
CLASSIFIED
They can't imagine where the missiles Business Boosters (classified advertisements !
come from. Much Worse. ) received after 10 o'clock, FRESH AND SALT MEATS
"Here** he continued holding out Heck-Can anything make a man feel midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto A
some of the little clay bullets: "try it worse than to have his wife continual. Classify" column.
yourself." ly begging for money? Peck-Sure! Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately !I THE: ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME

"I wouldn't dare," laughingly said To have her demanding It. Boston 30 words one time, 25
Napoleon, amused at the Idea of the Transcript. cents; three times 60 cants; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
([six daily and one weekly editions) :
mounted
mperor of the French, on a EVERYBODY LIKES
scaffold, throwing pellets of clay at his The Stranger.A $1.00; one month, $3.00. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
ubjects. stranger knocked at a man's door .
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger .
and told him of a fortune to be made. and pure.
i "Bahr' muttered Carpeaui "What's touring car. Large and roomy. I
fee use of being an emperor?" "Um!" said the man. "It appears 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
Napoleon did not forget this remark.A that considerable effort will be In : HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

few months later when the sculptor volved." a lot in Thornton Park, a nice : everything in the Meat Line.
ought a title the emperor, unable or "Oh, yes," said the stranger; "you suburb in east part of the city. Carl .

lawllllng to grant the request, exclaimed will pass many sleepless nights and Jensen. ..
toilsome days! .
: OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision .
The PARLOR MARKET
"Bah! Whlt's the use of being Car. "Um" said the man. "And who are to the Northeast of the city and
peaui? Isn't that better than baron?" you? I[ still have some choice lots there. : Get the best cigar at five
I "1 am called Opportunity." Carl Jensen. : cents, the next time you

MENACE OF THE CURTAIN. "Um!" said the man. "You call : want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.
yourself Opportunity, but you look like FOR RENT-Five room cottage with yourself.
bard work to me." all modem conveniences. Garagefor
Window Draperies and the Campaign
And he slammed the door.-Pittsburgh : auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
Against the White Plague. Post 515 East street. 5.15 tf 18.20 PINE STREET
If the worldwide campaign against I ,

tuberculosis is going to be a success it I Frenzied Arithmetic. GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Made in Orlando and sold

cannot be too strongly Impressed!' that, Three-year-old Amy, who had a verylively by all dealers.IIMMMMMMMIIMMIIM. Phone No. 80
like charity preventive measures must I
little brother, was team work, heavy
begin at home. Fresh air must be being put Plowing, mowing,
talned by each occupant of every Ob.\I through a lesson In arithmetic by her hauling, etc. Having been engagedall JMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIHminium
uncle. She had successfully added one my life in caring for groves, I am t
in the house. This:: can never be accomplished j,
,
and one, but stuck at two and one. prepared to please you. Satisfactionin -
until housewives realize I I' "Your mamma," said her uncle "ha" every line of work. L. M. HALL, -
that the body is of more value than I two children. If she had one more 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. HMIIIIIUIHH*
raiment and an abundant supply of I 5.141 mo.
what would that make?"
pure air of more importance to life
WELCOME TO
than the maintenance of the traditional I; "Oh." cried Amy, "that would make FOR RENT-A seven-room house, In New
QuartersWe
of window my mamma cwaxyP-Woman's Home Fine loca-
snow whiteness of a pair i Modern improvements.
curtains. i Companion. tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply ROYAL PALM

The fear of soiling white curtains 214 East Church St., Orlando, Fla.
and also of admitting dust and dirt I A Gentle Hint. 518.3tFOR
"I'm said the out of BARBER SHOPModern
Into the rooms where it can settle on hungry a Job !

furniture and ornament* is quite as i I tragedian. SALE-Large Lot near Methodist are now located in the new Hyer
much responsible for the closed wIn- "Well," said the kind hearted (ct) Church. Whole or part. Withor and Complete. I \

dow habit as l<* the dislike of drafts. manager, "can't I give you somethingto without dwelling Address or wire. & Davis building Church
It is hard to overcome prejudice and appease your hunger?" E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf Everything new, individual on street

harder still to root out an old established "Surely," said the actor. "I believeI'd electric attachments at every
custom but nevertheless these elementary prefer a few dates. -St Louis FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow chair. No stone has been left We are better prepared to fill all your :
G. W. Rines residence
fresh.
Apply
facts of hygiene should be Poet-Dispatch. unturned to make this shop
Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No.
taught plainly and simply to elder 20-22, Apopka, Fla. meet th erequirements of the wants in theHARDWARE
girls in school so that wiser habits of Mistaken Identity. d & w 5.14 3t most particular. Plenty of
house management may be inculcated. Mrs. Henpeck (to her pet dog-Go) room. Courteous attendants.
To abolish curtains altogether from and He dvn there! Her Husband
FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of LINE
the windows of private dwellings I (coming hutlly-What did you wish Lake Apopka under subirrigation ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
would be. perhaps, too much to expectof I my sweet little wifaT-FUegende Blat system. One of the finest pieces in Proprietor

the present generation, but if this ter. Florida. Was in lettuce and cucumbers Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.EVERYTHING .
Ideal cannot yet 1*attained they mightbe ,now has fine stand of corn. $500 THEHELMS
made of some less expensive or Look Pleasant, Please I per acre. In perfect condition. Write 1-
mOre readily renewable material. For Senior to Photographer-Which way owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
the sake of api*>: rauoes human lives shall I tura my eye? Photographer- 121w. HARDWARE
must not be allowed to suffer.-London Toward that sign, please. (Sign reads,
Medical Press and Circular. 'Terms Casb/VCornell Widow. LOST-On the principal streets of
..Orlando a short black silk coat. 1
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Finder return to McCullough's Department -
Feeling Heat and Cold. Sometimes a noble failure serves the
Store and receive reward.
The principal reasons that we feel world as faithfully as a distinguished 19.3t.
objects that are cold when brought in success
WANTED-At once. A slightly used -IN-
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one horse wagon. Must be in good
shape. J. W. Gaines, Orlando, Care MIIIIMimtllHMtMMMIIIIMMMtttltlllMMIM+
Sentinel 16-3t I FEEDFOR f
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE
Shanibarger's for bicyclesand I

Sundries. tf i Keep Cool j


HAVE THE BEST STOCK.OF .
LOST-Pair of nose glasses with
gold chain attached. Finder please LIVELAUBACH STOCK
leave at this office and receive reward.

17.3t,

'I FOR, SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine Fireless CookersAND
SpringClothing pedigreed stock. One year old. For I

further particulars, address, Mrs. T. i
P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Or- The Grain Man.
lando. d 3t w It

Church Street, Phone 18
"Make good" with good printing;

you can get it at the Sentinel. Facilities I ELECTRIC FANSTO

for the desired article unequaled '

in this section. Phone 24. Shanibarger's for bicycles and

Ever shown. This stock includes Sundries. ti KEEP COOL WITH
YOU ARE THE MAX WE ARE
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $tOO,
AFTERIt

$1.50.It will be a pleasure to show Ours is business.is your the business service that that you we need want in MIMIMIMIIHIMMMIjAutos [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS s AND TOASTERS

you the difference between our your .
>
Now is the time make For Rent at -
goods and others you may see. to your plans FOR COMFORT
so as to share in Orlando's prosperitygood
We are behind every piece of business. Hour
printing brings good Any
merchandise we sell and same We are only an arm's length from


must See give our you stock satisfaction.of STRAW youReach Sentinel for the, Telephone.The 107 Court. Street, Seven Passenger, Tne rl[ [ [L[ T t lllnc.

HATS SHIRTS UNDERWEARETC.
Phone 24.Paul. STEVENS DURYEA

., HAND BUILDING

i Ride in a Good Car.i'Phone .
A. Horn


Brown & Lartigue CONTRACTOR and BUILDER



ORANGE, AVE. REPAIRING. Box 624 A SPECIALTY.P. Orlando,.FIa. i IMIttlllMIIIIIMIIIIM 34 :.... P atruflize Sene1 l AdTer1ierg' \\ r rL



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man That's When she the Bon a feels woman Time Act A as-Important to MAN'S a has Perfection.Woman charge as SICK.Does of the a mar sick the ORLANDO O BANK 4 a TRUST 1 COMPANP 4 Lucerne Theatre



hal of the day at a country Fourth of

July celebration and however amiablt Capital and'Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total
she may be at other times she is very I

"bossy" when she has medicine to give Resources I
over Three-quarters of a Million.
a man or lotions to put on him. If iw! ALL THIS WEEK
wants a drink of water she expresses I
the opinion that he is drinking .toe I i Statement of the Orlando Bank and

i much and remembers that her Auntarriet'g I Trust Co, at QOM of Burnett I Mr. Clark Mounts
husband once drank a great presents

deal sions.when he was sick and had convul I April 16th, 191J-The Ser I Ii

If the sick man becomes impatientand i eath Anniversary of

says the medicine is doing no good r Iti Existence HENRI ROSTANDOF
the reminds him curtly that "time" is i

necessary. She has even been known -

to dip into the classics and say that ,fKr .
Rome was not built in a day. The air RESOURCES CALCUTTA, INDIA

of wisdom with which she eiamines I
Loam and Discount.....
the doctor books convinces the sick f 368,197.81 Famous Exponent and Purveyorof

man that, however intelligent his medical l:. f I Overdrafts .............. 922J2
adviser may have been, after his I Real Estate, Furniture East India Mystic Novelties,

recovery he will lie informed that he and Futures .......... 25,853.44 in his Exciting, Thrilling and

would have been sick much longer had I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
she not aced her homemade lotions. i ':- Cash on hand and In Banks 86,267.61 Entrancing Program of ,
Whatever she does at night the doctor
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will agree in the morning that it was / :
tery good. I Total ................789260.08 ESOTERIC .NOVELTIES :F
r
The sleepiest woman in the world .
LIABILITIES Including Rostand's Most Fascinating :
:
will stay up all night cheerfully If she 1 w I .
I
can get a chance to doctor somebody, '' Stock ..... OfferCLAIRVOYANT
Capital ......100000.00
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and if a man has medicine to take at
I I Surplus and Undivided
an unusual hour he will get It If thereIs t i I '
a woman arottnd. Ed Howe in + Vt b i Profits ................ 24,14153 VISIONS ;

American Magazine. "f Deposit ................ 665.115.58 Most mysterious act ever pre :"
t i
; '' -- sented and never attempted by
USE OF "TURKISH" WORDS. Total .$789.260.08
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i V any other living person. This k

.. Ottomans Themselves Don't Know the act alone gives Rostand a pre- 4

Meaning of Them. Deposit April 4, 1918..f592J75.tt I
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"Sublime porte" is one of those Eu eminent place among the world'sgreatest : :rile r
Deposit April 16, 1918... M541U3
ropean expressions for Turkish Institutions
which are never used by the I UaltW SUtM Crounae&t, State and County DepwiUry Increase in 12 days..... mystifiers.

Turks themselves. The Ottoman gov I.7USU8J

ernment's official title for Itself Is Hu-. __ .. 0 0
kyumet-1-seniye, the glorious government

Don't Fail to seeMOUNTS
Turks do not speak of "the sultan,"
but of the "padishah," a Persian term 4 tlMIIIMMItillilllllMiiMttttlitlMHMHIMMIIMMMIIW.

meaning the father of monarchs. CLARK

Turkey Is a geographical expressionUsed 1i
outside the land it denotes, but
unknown to those who dwell in it. I M. SLEMONSDo

The Turks talk of Roumelia AnadoL THAT SINGING COMEDIAN
The foreign residents may speak of

1 Anatolia, Albania or the Lebanon. :xt: 4c ." .,".,......,........ AND ENTERTAINER
They will tell you they live at Smyrna .N'
Mr. Mounts
RF Repertoire includes .
Saloniki or Beirut or elsewhere.
but the word Turkey never crosses you want to buy :Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00. < "YE OLDE TYME" BALLADS "

no heir collective lips. In name the realm for the itself territory there of is Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps $3.50, GunMetal of merit and are rendered with \

the .sultan. or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and v'', rare melodic beauty, which cannot -

Albania, Bulgaria and Koumania, al best quality. eDo +
I
though contiguous to one another. ; : e't'"' fail to please.Remember .

speak three totally different languages I

The Bulgarian tongue is that of ancient You Want Suit PantsVe / this is the Big
a Boys' or Boys'
Russia,and Roumanian resembled '
I ? J event of the Season. Clean Comedy
that of ancient Rome more closely than :I'

modern Italian does. Albanian has no have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by and Charming Music Ex
marked affinity with any other language
though philologists have discovered Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, cellently Interpreted.

[ In it some slight traces of Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and who
Basque and Hungarian Influence.flfew .- men appre- ........:
York Sun. ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. \Ve recommend them.
USUAL FINE PROGRAM OF
The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
A "Touching" Story.
MOTION PICTURES WILL
The young lady who had sat for a we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them.

I crayon portrait was not altogether : I\ REPRESENTEDAdmission
pleased with the result. "It looks like

me, of course," she said, Inspecting it Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits .. -

doubtfully, "and yet I think there are n

tome things about it that ought to be :
I changed.. 5 and lOc
y She suggested that the eyes should .
lye rather more of an upward look : '
W. M. SLEMONSIF
BOOK TICKETS NOT GOOD FOR THIS ATTRACTION
I that the right hand should be a little
I less prominent that the hair should be :

made more wavy and that certain HttltlltlltliMltMIMMIIItMtttlMMfttttllMMilMMMIMIItllMllilM HtMtmilMlimiMMMMMHMMMtMIMMMHmMMMIMtMfillliMMHMHIM "

changes. ought to be made in the drapery. 1Ln: ,

That would require a great deal of I
I retouching," said the artist "and 1 I I
; t1t(:] I
should have to charge you about $10 :
I additional.. I YOU WANT THE LATESTIN

"Oh, dear!' she exclaimed with a :

I pout. "I shall have to give it up. ': Get Better Walls and

I Papa won't stand my 'retouching him I

to that extent"" Ceilings With Bishopric

THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,

According to The Washington Eagle. Irving, the HATS _AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR I Wall Board -n :

Delaware Indian! had a euperstltiousI :
[ Easy to Apply
DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO-
I reverence for the eagle, believing that I On Any Building Job

guardian spirit in the form of this MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONKY I I Hakeyourbul1dmgmoneygofart h er, board.Mastic and Makes surfaced an enduring with heavy surface fibre thai*,

I bird watched over them, hovering In I save time and get better results by us.taN' tmooth. Will not warp, shrink
Wall Board for walls andceilings. buckle or pull loose in any climate, win
(the sky far out of sight When pleased REFUNDED. ing Bishopric ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat
[with their actions, be sent abundant Costs 50 per cent less than proof, sound-proof and fir .resisting. >
trope and made them have great suc- i plaster to apply-looks better and lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ap
: as long as the building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails taD apply
but when dlple&aed
Gees. In hunting It. Prices low
: would vent his rage In the thunder, B. Salomon Orlando I No More Cracked Walls

rhlch was his voice, and the lightning, "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere ,
affected by the jars and moisture which
[which jiras the flashing of his eye ande
t cracks plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
dead the object of his displeasIBK. r a smooth, hard surface that gives lasting
They also believed that the feath- .11111.1".1..1111.111111111111111.11111111111111111111'111' 111'111111111"1- latitfaction. Is displacing lathandIf..ttcWall Board ft& .bdlJl..cJo. '
.
Bad remittance fop
plaster everywhere for cottages, bungalows Deer -iBciotM pies.i
of this bird would render the wear fine homes public buildings garD iqaire ft of Bishopric Wall Board. 8klp U:
invisible and Invulnerable. NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CRE- i.da., at its regular meeting May S% (Aproximately) the SH of N* ages, outbuildings and every kind of OAT:.u other looks poeilble.we ot from yo we bare OB two room,I
structure. and
u4 1&
6I(
ATE CONWAY SPECIAL TAX 1911: Section 35 T 21 S. R. 29 East. Anda TB19K EAVZ58T&ITK
tract 218.46 feet wide N Saves Month's Time Moscow,Fa.
,
OM Way of Putting It. SCHOOL DISTRICTIn J. F. McKINNON a
-My ,dear boy, said Enptck wb Secretary and S by 662 feet long E and W in Comes In sheets 4 feet square, ready Investigate" This Today'
iwVi of nw% See 30 adjoining said for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to
ppened to be In a confidential mood I tare studding and walls and ceilings are
with the law regulating town of Eatonvflle. ready for decorators the same day. You CAD see this v
know what real happily -
compliance
|"jrou will never Tax School NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CREATE By order of the Board of Public Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed.wonderful, non-
i until you get married. ; the creation of Special MAITLAND SPECIAL Instruction[ of Orange County Floridaat Ko skill needed to apply It. Saves amonth's warping, fire-re t
Ion don't mean it!" exclaimed Sin- Districts and in response to a petition W.; TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTIn its regular meeting Mat 6th, 1913. time In building. aistmzwanbOUdatthe store of any of the
J.
on, astonished at such a remark signed by J. B. Redditt, J. F. McKINNON, $5 000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below. ,
Hart J. E. Redditt M. N. Simmons J. Examine it carefully and SMn..
i such an unexpected source. J. M. Partin and others,be- I Secretary. Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn bow you can make ..."....ipri )
"It's a fact," rejoined Enpeck; "but A. Barber compliance with the law regu- Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried bufldln money so farther by I..,..4p/
the
of qualified
ing one fourth or more lath tie imbedded In toughened Asphaltuslni"B1ihopric"forwrJll
i it will be too late for you to spprttt voters who reside and pay taxes on i jlating the creation of Special Tax I SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Districts and in response tonpetition FOR SALE BY
If-London Answers. property real or personal within the ELECTION
signed by Smith Granniss B. J
territory herein below described, an -
Rapidly Ag.d. election is hereby called to be held,,A. Galloway, L. L. Stone C. H. Gal In compliance with the law regulating
loway S. B. Hill E. M. Burkett and
School Biennial Elections in' Tax
agent-Tou the Conway Public building. Special
Client (to matrimonial at
Florida, on' Saturday others, being one fourth or more of School Districts, an election is hereby
last yearud Orange county
bowed me this lady's photo Orlando Novelty Works '
the who reside and
voters
qualified :
told she was twenty-rive, but 'June 14, 1913. to determine if the territory called to be held in each of the Special :
me taxes on property real or -
bounded or herein below described pay personal Tax School Districts herein named be-
lipver
tier ,making Inquiries I find she within the herein below
territory
shall be created a Special Tax low situated in Orange County flor-
thirty. Matrimonial Agent-Well, District, to fix the number of mills ito i j j:described an election is hereby called ida, at the usual place for voting in
you see, her father died lately md that be assessed and collected for Public I in the town of Maitland Orange Coun- each of said Districts on Saturday

led her very much. School purposes on said described ty, Florida on Saturday June 14th, June 14th, 1913, to determine the num- The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
territory and to elect three trustees H913 I to determine if the territory ber of mills to be assessed and collected (97)

Great Provocation; to serve for the term of two years in I, bounded as herein below described on the property within each of
Ton say madam that yon were said District, described as follows.I*shall be created a Special Tax School said Districts for Public School pur- \
when 7 23 30 District to fix the number of mills and to choose three trustees to
der grwt excitement yooruck Begin nw cor sec Tp r poses WALL BOARDWHEN
to be assessed and collected for Public -
23 30 for the term of two in
this woman." run e to ne cor sec 10 Tp r runntonwcorsec2Tp23r30runeto serve years
School said described
purposes on each of said Districts viz.
Fairview
"Yes. Sr had Just found the family ,.
: and to elect three trustees
sec 1 Tp 23 r 30, run s to se territory Winter Park, Ocoee, Geneva Union
[Bible wit! In it. ne cor
y age 1 to serve for the term of two in
to years Pine Castle Chuluota and.
cor sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w sw I. Tangerine. ----- ------- ---- --
said District, described as follows:
32 Tp 23 r 30, run n to nw .
fhe Easiest Task. cor sec 29 23 r 30 run w% mile t Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, Tp 21, gerine.
ftobably the easiest task Is for a cor sec Tp Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27,
miles w to sw cor sec 7 By order of the Board of Public Instruction -
2 run
poor nan '., tell what a rich man run n to beginning.By 128, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less swU of of Orange Couny, at reg-tSentinel OSI Pdveisers
30 n
23 r run
Tp
I should Ao ,rUb his money-Atchison order of the Board of Public Sec. 32, Tp. 21 Range 30, and* less\ular meeing May 6, 1913. l
Town of Eatonville and the S of
(Globe. Flor- ? J. F. McKINNON
.-......- Instruction of Orange County, ,

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I I OWNERSHIP OF LAKE CHEROKEE -
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f I I

Louis C. President.T.
Massey
Orlando, Fla., May 19, 1913.
)Ir. R. L Holland, Acting Chairman
Plrton Wwlow, Vic-Pr 8. WtMn How* CuU0
Howard C. Btbcock. Mast CuUer Samuel A.Newel Au't CuUet Street Committee.Dear .
Sir:
Pursuant to your instructions I beg
THESTATE leave to submit the following reportas
What is theCHRISTMAS
to the ownership of Lake Cherokee.The .

<- lake is owned by the following:
Mrs. Bourne, Mr. Vivian, Mr. Gris-
wold and the City of Orlando with
BANK SAVING
the various: holdings described as follows -

Mrs. Bourne owns the east shore
from Palmer street to the center of
of OrlandoTHE the outlet to Lake Davis. CLUB ?

Mr. Vivian owns all the south shore

and on the west up to a point where
the lake shore interesects a point

(PEST BANK IN THE CITYAND which was formerly a street in the Merely a number of people who arrange to s'slemalicallysa'ecertain (
R. F. Starkey addition. The frontageon
odd pennies each week with the
positive as-
lots No. 9,14,15 I have been giv-
-
en to understand has been releasedby surancejthat they will receive a check (Iwo weeks before
the City to Miss Harding, Mrs. VV
The Bank which transacts more business than Hoskins and Mrs. Beardall. Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa The City acquired by condemnationin

1890 a strip described as follows:
Beginning at the NW corner SE, NW
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up 36-22-29, run south 651, east 30,

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound north 651, west 30. The jury composed You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
of the following, E. Hudnall, E. P.
careful attention to the legiti-
banking principles with Hyer, S. E. Ives, J. T. Gates, N. L.
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Mills, F. A. Curtis, James Delaney,, The 2'cents the first $11
W. A. White and C. A. Boone madean
reuected in the large amount of deposits. week "club" nets .vv
award of $112.51 on August 4th, you

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. 1890. The balance of that portion of -- .
the lake is still owned by Mr. Gris- t_ M BH HBi
wold. The rest of the frontage on
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Palmer street is owned by Mr. Vivian.
Respectfully submitted, |LIT IS WORTH WHILE !

C. A. RAMSEY,
City Engineer.
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of Thus it will be seen whose duty i iis it
Call:ChristmasSavings[ Club Window and let us explain it more folly,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the to clean up the lake. The city ac-
cording to the survey own a very few or..better still join( Jsome|[club now.
United States. hundred feet. When the lines are ex-

tended, the city's ownership will perhaps -
4*+" MliillliMinimHHHMMHIillllllMlf ....I be less than two hundred fifty
-- feet of lake front.
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:MISS HELEN HOSKIXS HOSTESSFOR LUCERNE BILL PLEASES MANY This line only touches the lake at The Peoples National Bank"It

PRETTY PARTY ,two points so that the city has less
Live Show at Popular Play House than six feet of shore line.

The prettiest "little folks' party Drew Two Large Audiences Chicago, May 19.-Today is known is a pleasure to serve you."

imaginable was given last evening Last Night The city did wisely in making this
when Miss Helen Hoskins entertaineda The Lucerne patrons are enjoyinga survey as it will settle all disputes,
crowd of her friends at her home on treat in the wonderful bill Manager and it is to be hoped that this once iftiiiiMiniMM*

Lake Cherokee.The Magruder has provided this week. The beautiful lake will be relieved of this 4 NNH
guests had been requested to large audiences out last evening proved frightful condition.

array themselves as "grown-ups and that the feature acts was a popular Some of the best homes of the city IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HiitmitatiiitiiiREMEMBER
the charmingly quaint costumes and one in every respect.In are in that locality and it is one of :
sweet faces made a picture long to addition to the regular program the finest districts for homes in the :
be remembered. At the door, Master Henry Rostand gave a most remark- city.

Francis Hoskins and Master Richard! able demonstration of mystic power, THEBeginning
Woodruff, each in full evening dress, while Mr. Clark Mounts pleased all
greeted the arrivals and led them into with his excellent songs. MRS. ROY ANDERSON DEAD

the house, which was beautifully These gentlemen will appear at the
decorated with asparagus and "pink Lucerne all this week. Former Orlando Lady Died At Jacksonville .

vine." The program for tonight' is: I and Brought Here
for Burial H Hint ile l
On the wide veranda under the soft "When Ghost Meets Ghost"Tan- ail
Mrs. Anderson wife U
Roy of Mr.
Japanese lanterns, stood a dainty table louser. An excellent comedy' drama.
Anderson who
Roy ,
from which Mrs. A. Haden and "Temperamental Alice" Excelsior, was formerly of
Mrs. Palmer served delicious punch. modern drama. this city, died at Jacksonville last

After the "Grand March" the guests "Cupid Throws a Brick"American. Friday and the remains were brought
here for burial.
were given cards, from which dangledtoy A farce drama, how the soft
spiders and a merry contest of side of a brick diverted the course of Mrs. Anderson was born and raisedin
"lost articles," followed the prizes be- true love, presenting Mr. Jack Ker- Orlando and at the age of eighteen -
ing won by Miss Helen Lockhart and rigan. was married to Mr. Roy Anderson -
Miss Eileen Vivian. a splendid young man of Christian -
i character who, for a number of
The dining room table was especially BUSINESS MAN MISSING WednesdayMAY
pretty with its decorations of pink I fears, attended the Baraca class at .

and white, and around the large birth- Philadelphia, May 19.-Charles J. :I the; First Baptist church, and Mrs.

day cake in the center were grouped 'ennick, a well known business man, Anderson, who before her marriage,
baskets of bon-bons, being carried naturalist and public official of Ken- was Miss Thigpen, was for some time

home by the children for souvenirs. nett Square, near here, was today added a prominent worker in the Philathea
Although none of the guests were to the long list of mysterious dis class of the same church. 21

aware of it, yesterday was the elev- apperances which the police are trying The funeral exercises were held in
enth birthday of their lovable little to solve.Twentyfive. the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon ,

hostess, and not until the candles men several of them at two o'clock, Dr. C. T.
were lighted on the pink-iced cake well known business men, have been Douglas, officiating, after which the
did they realize the day they were reported missing within the past two interment took place at the Orlando 1O SAYSwon't
Cemetery, Hammond & Gore i in Z ASTING:
celebrating. Miss Helen received months, and in only a few cases have
many wishes for happy returns of the they been located. charge.
The pall bearers were Edward Al
day and of
many expressions appre-
ciation for the delightful treat she STRIKERS GO TO WORK len, Frank Allen, Otto Link, J. A. Miss: It: !
gave to her guests. Rogers, Horace Hinchie and Godfrey

Paterson, N. J., May 19.Througha Anderson, all young men and friendsof

HORACE GREELY BURT DEAD lane of police two blocks long, twenty Mr. Anderson.Mrs. .
.
Anderson leaves
; hands formerly employed by the surviving her
silk mill of the Arthur Price Company her husband and one sister, Mrs. Fred
Chicago, Ill., May 19.-Horace Anderson of this city.
went back to work after
Greely Burt, former president of the today
a strike of more than two months. '
Union Pacific Railway System and
hundreds of pickets of the Industrial PLYMOUTH
later chief engineer- for the Chicago P. TOWELL
Association of Commerce Smoke Workers of the World sought to prevent Plymouth, Fla., May 19.-Dr. N.

Abatement Committee, died here to- their return, but the police guardwas Edwards, of Orlando, was making -
too effective. There was a lively professional visits here during the
day. Three weeks he
ago was operated -
; scrimmage for a time, and sixty last part of the week.
on for a malignant growth, and the I
pickets were arrested. Smith & Sons are now located i in
complications which followed caused
their new two story general store
his death.ROBERT.
GENEVA SCHOOL TO CLOSE They have a double front plate glass THEe

Thoroughly screened and carry
TAFT "OLD CLOTHES The Geneva school will close the stock that would do credit to a storein

MAX" : scholastic year on Friday, and on a larger town. They have an auto
Saturday will entertain their friend delivery truck in addition to a hors< BIG WHITE
Cambridge, Mass., May 19.-Rober t at a pinnic, on the shore of Lake Har and wagon. We are putting on airs. _
Taft, son of the former president, has ney. Rev. J. F. McKinnon, County The Florida Citrus Packery close
qualified as one of the most successful Superintendent is expected to be down on Saturday after a most successful -
"old clothes men" among the law stu present, and an invitation has bee season. STORE
dents at Harvard. As one of a groupof sent to Senator Fletcher. Any Orlando Born to Mr. and W. A. Chapman,
students engaged in similar work friends who attend will be a baby girl. The father has had tpet
he has just finished a week's canvas given a cordial welcome. measured for a new hat. The local
of the university for cast-off clotah and Orlando stores not carrying in MIMIM' iii MMiyr4 Hnii |?
ing, old shoes and the like. -
These are SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE stock the size necessary.
to be packed and sent to missions and OIL HEARING N. Y. FUTURES OPENING AT THE FAVORITE TODAY

sailors' homes in Boston and New St. Louis, Mo., May 19.-A committee WORKERS GO ON A STRIKE STANDARD New York, May 19.-Cotton futures '!<

York. of seven was appointed by the Birmingham, Ala., May 19.-Be- opened steady: May, 11.40; July, What Katie Did . . . .Imp
Southern Baptist Convention before cause master builders and contractors Kansas City, May 19.-Further* 11.52; August, 11.31; September, 11.02 A captivating comedy

PARDONS ENGLISH SPIES 'adjournment today to investigate and refused to grant the demands of union hearings of the case in which the bid; October, 10.92; November, 10.92 The Old Folks Christmas ... ...iaj ,
prepare plans for the elimination of carpenters for a raise of seven Standard Oil Company of Indiana bid; December, 10.95; January, 10.91; A Delightful Drama )

Berlin, May 19.-Emperor Williamas the slave traffic. It is to be named cents an hour, making the wages fifty seeks to show why it should not be February, 10.93 bid; March, 11. Arabella's Ankle ....... ... ..Nestor
an act of grace in connection wit the Social Service Commtitee. Dr. cents an hour, three thousand unions ousted from Missouri as a trust were A deliciously amusing comedy

the visit of King George of England W. L Poleat, of North Carolina men, carpenters, plumbers, structural begun here today before Commissioner Up-and-doing men find just as muchof Prize Winners of New York Poultry

to Berlin, for the marriage of Prin appointed chairman.An iron and steel workers, painters, Montgomery, appointed to take Club ......... ...... .
in the adver-
cess Victoria Louise, today granted a bolsters, bricklayers and other craftsmen testimony by the Missouri Supreme valuable information A fine program do not miss'it.Imp
pardon to three English spies undergoing advertisement pays best in the went on a sympathetic strike to- Court at the decree against the com- tising pages of The Sentinel as women Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10
p
long sentences in German jails best paper. day. pany. do. Five cents to all ,' ID.

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