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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 24, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DAILY SENTINEL




i THE PEOPLE'S PA PER. -

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


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SATURDAY, MAY 24TH, 1913. NUMBER 89.

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RIGIDLY INUIRE INTO CASE OF THE PONCE DE LEON ENCE TO ALIEN LAND BILL I -BISHOP WEED READS BLUFFTON, INDIANA WILL MAX-CROWDS CONTINUE TO

OF ROSENTHAL, INOCULATED HOTEL-LAST HONORS ARE CONTROVERSY, SAYS MATTER I HISTORY OF FLORIDA DIO SHORTLY COME TO ORLAN THRONG THE GREAT WHITE

IN PROVIDENCE PAID TO DEADSt. HAS BEEN POSTPONED I CESE COVERING 25 YEARS DO TO RESIDE STORE
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New York, May 23.-Monis Morris Augustine, May 23.-In a plain Special to the SentinelWashington I Tallahassee, May 23.-The seventieth To the members and friends of the Today the curtains that have been
Rosenthal died in Gloversville, N. Y., mahogany casket, no nameplate, even, D. C., May annual council of the Episcopal First Baptist Church, who have beenso 1 hiding from view the articles in the
23.-Pend-1
yesterday. Five weeks ago Dr. Fried and with only a cluster of Easter in g the arrival of a crisis Diocese of Florida, which is now in anxiously waiting and longing fora display windows at Yowell's store
rich Franz Friedmann inoculated him lilies on his breast, the body of Henry dition of the Mikado, who is reported;session in the St. John's church in definite reply from Dr. E. T. Poul- ;and the hidden hand will come forth.
in Providence with his tubercular tur- M. Flagler lay today in the rotundaof in diplomatic circles here as being :, Tallahassee is passing along nice Y son concerning the urgent call extended With the opening of the store today
tle vaccine. This is the second patient the Ponce de Leon Hotel, viewed seriously ill, no further steps will betaken : with the business of its body. to him sr::: -' i.> >incc. there wasa $300 worth of presents that are to
treated by Dr. Friedmann to die with- by thousands, who passed beside the in the negotiations concerning i J 1 On Wednesday night was held the time of rejoicing yesterday morn- be given away will be open to the
in a week. bier and took a farewell look at him, the California alien land bill. This j missionary meeting. Reports were ing when the glad message came, ;admiration of the public. These presents -
As soon as the news of Rosenthal's whose name has become a household fact was established today when it received from the archdeacons of saying: "I accrm the eaU! to the pastorate will!) go to the persons holdingthe
death reached Dr. Ernst J. Lederle, word in Florida. was learned that the conference between I'West, Middle and East Florida, show- of your church." I lucky numbers, and is one of the
Commissioner of Health in this city, The guards passed the throng, and Secretary Bryan and Ambas ing the work done in the various sections Dr. Poulson came to Orlando about' largest distributions of gifts ever
he began a rigid investigation. Dr. that they were no idle gazers, was evidenced sador Chinda for next week is indefinitely -j of the State and marking the four weeks ago to conduct a series of I Ii I made in the city.
Melvin G. Overlook, State Inspectorof I by the averted face, and tear- postponed. I steps of progress being made by the i I revival meetings. However, it was I Today also, will be auctioned off
Health of Massachusetts, investigated stained eye of many; then the casket Both President Wilson and Secretary -' Episcopal church. the intention of the people to give $1WO worth of remnants at bargains
the death of Karekef Yagjiam, was borne to the Memorial Pres Bryan watched the course of the I Of special interest to the delegatesof him a call to become pastor of the $1,000 worth of remnants at buyer'sown
the other Friedmann patient. He byterian church for the final services. Emperor's illness very carefully today the diocese and to others, too, was church when he was invited to hold prices.
charged that death was caused by the I Prior to leaving the Ponce de Leon and have requested the Japanese'Embassy the paper read by Bishop Weed. The the meetings, for in a seemingly mysterious No doubt this will be the biggest
Friedmann vaccine, and warned the 1 Hotel, the family and intimate friendsI to keep them informed of said paper was a history of the last manner their hearts had been day of this Great Sale.
people of his State not to submit to I 1 I l looked for their last time on his face. all developments. twenty-five years of the Diocese of burdened with this thought: "This is
inoculation. I I No public was present to intrude on Indicative of nothing of significancein Florida, making mention of the connection the man God wants here." No person QUARTER MILE CAJ1PI0OF
Rosenthal was the keeper of a small the privacy of this sacred grief. the Japanese situation today is the of the church with the relief of the church was acquainted with UNITED STATES AND
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store in Gloversville, and had Assisted by the other clergymen,I fact that it was not touched upon the work during the epidemic of yellow him, but a short message came from CANADA
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fered from tuberculosis a little I Mr. Flagler's old pastor, led in the generag discussion at the cabinet fever, with the freeze, with the Jack a very prominent Methodist pastor of -
a year. He had read much of Dr. simple ceremonial for the, dead, used meeting and that not a single new sonville fire, and giving account of the the state, suggesting this name-Dr. Boston, May 23.The New England
Friedmann's "cure" before the latter I I by the Presbyterian church, a few;.. phase has developed in the past forty- general prosperity of the hurch ard E. T. Poulson, pastor of the First Intercollegiate championship meet
came to .this country. He got letters 1 brief remarks were made, and, with eight hours. its branch departments. Bishop Weedis c Baptist Church of Bluffton, Ind., and which is to be held in the Harvard
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from Gov. Sultzer and prominent I':the singing of the favorite selection, It is practically certain however, the presiding officer of the council :, straightway his work was investi I Stadium at Cambridge tomorrow
physicians to Dr. Friedmann, and wentto I the casket was laid in the mausoleum, that nothing further will be done in, This morning at 9 o'clock the! election gated. It was found that he was one promises to be one of the best track'
Providence, where he waited three built as part of the church, beside the the matter of the Webb bill until after ,I of the officers of the diocese was of the strongest among the Baptist I and field meets yet conducted by that
days until the arrival of the Fried body of his daughter and former wife. the Emperor has passed the crisis i in taken up, and the following personswere ministers of Indiana, then he was invited 'I association. It is expected that a
mann party. The charge for inoculation .'{ It was all so simple, so solemn that his condition. Japan has until after elected for the ensuing year: to come to Orlando and lead the great many new records will be established -
was $50. He did not have the the wonder arose what manner of August tenth to file her reply to For secretary, Rev. John H. Brownof church in what afterward proved to before the meet is over,
money, and finally Dr. Friedmann'man is this who has passed away! Mr. Bryan's note that being the dateon Pensacola, was chosen. be the most successful revival ever owing to the Stadium tract being one
treated him without charge and told! In accordance with Mrs. Flagler's which the Webb bill becomes effective. .l 1 For treasurer, Mr. Telfair Knight held in that church, forty-five mem of the fastest in the country, and athletes
him to return for another treatment I request, there was little show of the If the referendum movement of J Jacksonville, was elected. bers being added.A entered will have a fine opportunity
within six months.At I emblems of mourning; only a slight fails it is expected that all negotiations -i j For chancellor, the Diocese select A few days before the closing of to show their greatest speed.
first Rosenthal said he felt much streamer of crepe was on the general between the two governmentswill and elected Mr. W. W. Hampton of the meeting, the church in conferencewithout Dartmouth college is conceded as
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better. Two weeks ago he grew suddenly 'offices of the railroad; two great be postponed as long as possible. Gainesville to serve the next year. a dissenting voice, voted to the premier winner of the meet for
worse, but did not call in a physician I American flags hung at halfmast before :i Rev. William Wyllee of Palatka is extend a call to Dr.. Poulson to become up to the present time there is not
until Monday. Dr. J. W. Ped-I the hotel, where the body lay; Reported Better I,i the choice of the Diocese for the office the shepherd or their flock. No a college in New England that is able
die, who attended him, said yesterday i:the shipping in the harbor carried their Tokio, Japan, May 23.--It: was announced ''I of registrar. definite reply was made while he was to defeat the fast all round team from
that he found Rosenthal's tissues flags at mourning, and all the here late this evening that I I'I On motion this morning a vote of yet with them; however, his expression Hanover. '

were disintegrating rapidly and he 'engines of the road bore a modest the Mikado's condition.,is slightly, im thanks was given to Mr. Telfair upon the subject was this: "God's Of the host of colleges! entered the
was beyond aid. Dr. Peddie refused rosette and streamer of black on the proved. Knight for the excellent manner in will must be done, and may He 'helpme one athlete who will attract the great-
to say whether in his opinion the turtle I cab. I( which he has kept the books of the to decide aright." est attention is Orman Taber, of
vaccine had affected the case. I New York and the East were generously Sends Mesage to Wilson I| Diocese. According to Mr. Knight's When the meetings were closed and Brown University, who will compete
Commissioner Lederle at his homein represented by Mr. Flagler's Washington, May 23.President nt reports, the financial condition of the Rev. Poulson had returned to his field I in the one mile run. Taber should be
Stamford said last night: "I have old friends and business associates, Wilson today received the followingcablegram Diocese shows up very satisfactorily. of labor in the distant state, the prayers a winner of this event by a large margin
read of the death of :Mr. Rosenthal.We but only three of the name Flagler from Emperor Yoshihito o Owing to his matters of litigationand of the church were constant in and his work will be watched with
will conduct a most rigid investigation I were in attendance, besides his wife, of Japan: therefore to the almost impossibility his behalf and that he might be interest for it will be on the same
to determine the and his son's wife. These touched of his 1 turned to them, and yesterday re-I
cause. If were his "Deeply by your kind mes- : giving his attention andI track a week later that he will meet
this inquiry should show the vaccinewas son, Harry, a distant cousin, Amast sage'inquiring after my indisposition. I time to the office of trustee of the ing they felt that their petitions had John Paul Jones for the Intercollegiate
responsible the Health Department Flagler, from San Francisco, and another I I express my sincere thank to yourself : institution, Mr. Hampton requestedthat been graciously answered when he I Mile championship title. Jones
will act promptly and effectively. distant cousin, Horace Flagler, government and the people of he be relieved from the office of wired his acceptance of the call. They covered the distance in 4:30 at thee
No time will be lost in taking I I who is in the auditing department of\the United States. I j trustee of the Episcopal institution feel this to be a great blessing to ti Harvard and Cornell meet but thii.

such steps as may be necessary to. I the road. I and requested that another be appointed church and to the community.The cannot be reckoned as a sample of
protect the people." Besides his son and his cousin, Mr. DR. McBURNEY LOSES WAY IN- to relieve him, prevailed. pastors of the different the world's record holder's form for
Dr. Lederle is keeping a watchfuleye I A. F. Flagler, of California, Mr. Flag, SWAMPing Bishop Weed took up the nomination churches of this city will find in Dr. he had the event at his and
on all that goes on at the Fried, ler left no near male relative bear 'I of the committees of the various, Poulson a willing helper and cooperator won as he pleased. Taber mercy also
may
mann Tuberculosis Institute at West; his name, and it seemed almost pa. Stockbridge, Mass., May 23.-After departments of the church for their: in bettering conditions enter the two mile event as this race
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End avenue and One Hundred and I thetic that in the great thronging it; wandering for five hours in a wooded I election by the Diocese. This being,, wherever possible, and to give pr veil will be held after the mile
one run.
Third street where I should be his wife's in I'finished the of this a letter has been recei
patients are be : people, his business swamp, which he had lost his way, body proceeded with its;
inoculated daily. associates and his employees who] Dr. Charles McBurney, the New York 'other bsuiness. ,from every Protestant minister ofj
I should administer to him the last;II I surgeon, who operated on President;; I I Bluff ton n_ to-- this..... effort.._ .v, ono uiivt lC M...-lCVUIlg"!'H:_ CLYINDER BLOWS OUT 1

FIVE KILLED IN, EXPLOSION 1 earthly touches. William' McKinley, at Buffalo,-N.- Y.I I FREE.FOR-ALL FIGHT his departure from their city. ,Special to the SentineL- -

I Showing their deep regard for him 'was found by searchers yesterday,I Dr. Poulson's acceptance is to take San Diego, Cal., May 23.While
Cmyrna, May 23.The French liner I were many of Mrs. Flagler's family 1 wet, cold and mud bespattered. I' Special to the Sentinel effect the first of July, when he will racing at thirty knots an hour in full
Senegal lies beached on the harbor and personal friends, and'they ministered Dr. McBurney started on a fishing! Merigold, Miss., May 23.-Two men come with his family to take up the speed test across maneuvering waters,
front here today, half of one side torn to him with loving tendernessas I trip Wednesday, and when he did not were killed and four seriously wounded leadership of the church in the great twenty miles from this port today, a
out by the accidental explosion of a though he were their own brother. i iI return to his estate here at nightfallhis here today in a free-for-all fight work of bringing men and'women high pressure cylinder head blew out
mine as she was leaving port late yes I ,family became alarmed, and Mar- following a trivial quarrel between into a saving knowledge of their God. of the port engine on the torpedo boat
terday. The explosion was a terrific WORKMAN LAW CONSIDERED ti n. Dooley, his farm superintendent, Marion Henry and John Law. The Until then, another strong man and destroyer Stewart and the flash room
one, instantly killing five persons and I set out. to search for him. dead are, Will McCulling and Jake preacher will be in charge, Dr. C. T. was filled with a cloud of scalding
fatally injuring six others. Special to the Sentinel Dooley, too, became lost in the wil McCulling, brothers. Injured, Marion Douglass, a man of great strength.A steam. Two men were killed outright
Fortunately for those on board, the ; San Francisco, Cal., May 23.-At ,derness, and it was not until several Henry, Sr., Marion Henry, Jr., John number of improvements are to and another so seriously injured -
I I this morning's session of the Law, and D. J. Breen. be made upon the building of the
liner was close to shore and in shallow conven- hours later that a searching party of that he will probably die.
water, and maintained enough tion of the Brotherhood of Railway farm laborers found Dr. McBurney I All are prominent mill owners with church in the next few months, k The cause of the accident is
way after the explosion to head-I I Trainmen, the question of a Federalworkmen's and the farm superintendent together. the exception of Law. All are well among which is the installing of a but it is believed it was due unknown -

captain, to run her aground. All the compensation law was They had encountered each other in i known and wealthy. An ancient fame pipe organ. The church will put on to a crystalization of steel, which became
injured members of the crew and passengers taken up. It is to be decided at this the swamp, but were unable to find ily feud between the McMullens and new life and move.' forward in its brittle and gave way under tre
were landed safely I meeting whether a compulsory compensation their way out. The physician experi Henrys is partially responsible for the work. mendous pressure.
law or an optional is trouble, it was declared
one enced no ill effects from the exposure.He tonight. .
EXTENSION OF TIME ASKED j tl desired by the organization, and when is 68 years of age.. I CAPT. GEORGE S. ANTHONY
iIt r a decision is reached in the matter, it I CRAZED BY JEALOUSYSan DEAD SWALLOWED EIGHT PENNY NAIL

Washington, May 23.Announcement I is said, will be placed in the hands BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG -
j of! the executive committee to be New Bedford i Special to the SentinelChampaigne
that the finance committee will laid LEAGUESSpecial Francisco Mass., May 23-Capt.
Cal, May 23.
hear tariff j before Congress.i George S. Anthony, who Ill., May 23.Physi
no more arguments after Crazed as comman-
by jealousy, Doly Orr, a beautiful cians today found an eight nail
Tuesday, has brought from all der of the bark Catalpa, rescued six penny
partof
to the Sentinel telephone went
; girl, to the
roomof lodged in the
I' stomache of
Tom
i LOVE MAKING COMES HIGH Fenian prisoners from .
the British
country appeals for an exten NationalBrooklynPittsburjr her sweetheart a penal
John Marion, 25 Branch
a
ten-year-old
sion of time. This will be disregarded | r I rain. old this afternoon colony in Australia in 1887, died today boy. Strangeto
years and after
the child
i i is
However, all manufacturers who South Bethlehem, Pa., May 23.- New York-St. Louis, rain. firing three bullets his aged 70 years. The Catalpa sailed say not suffering any
through
ill
body effects
i ,i from it. The child swallowed
have inquired have been notified that Records for long distance lovemaking Philadelphia, 4; Cincinnati, 1. turned the weapon upon herself and i ostensibly for a whaling voyage the nail
they may file briefs up to the time I were broken here when Mary Smak, AmericanWashingtonPhiladelphia |I inflicted fatal wounds from which she I and after cruising about for several do not think eight it days will ago.be Physicians
the bill is reported to the Senate. a pretty Hungarian girl, talked 58 groundswet. cannot recover. months, made a dash for the Australian necessaryto
, Corridors of the capitol and the'j minutes over a telephone to her loverat I Miss On told the police Marion ha'd coast, took the prisoners on board operate on the child at present.

Senate office building are thronged Cleveland, 0. The toll for the Carolina Association -h I been paying attention to other girls.' and carried them to New York.

today with those who wish to be heardbefore message amounted to $58.50. When Charlotte, 5; Raleigh, 4. The young man will not recover. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING
the doors of the committeeroom she was informed of the amount, Ashville, 6; Durham, 4.GreensboroWinstonSalem. FOREIGN TENNIS EXPERTS TO 1 -

are closed Tuesday night. Mary fainted. She claimed she spoke rain. VESUVIUS ACTIVE ,/ PLAY If you've property to sell, rent or
only four minutes and refused to -pay. South Atlantic Philadelphia, May 23.-The Aus trade-if you've a room to rent-
LAWYER ANHUT. SENTENCED Gottlieb Husbner, whose phone was Columbus, 5; Charleston, 1, Special to the Sentinel 1w tralian tennis experts who are in this need help or a job-if you've furniture
used, will be obliged to foot the bill. Jacksonville, 5; Savannah, 2, .. Naples, Italy, .May 23.-A slight country for the purpose of participating i. of other personal property to

New York, May 23.-John Anhut, Albany-Macon, rain, .' earthquake shod was felt this morning in the international matchesfor sell-try a Sentinel want ad. These
the lawyer convicted of bribery in WEATHER REPORT throughout the neighborhood of the Davis cup, give the first of a little hustlers are busy among 8,000
attempting to obtain the release of .. Complaints are made of the material Vesuvius, which is again displaying, series of exhibition games here today. or 10,000 Orange county people every
Harry K. Thaw from the Matteawan Local showers Saturday, except fair tanners put in to make sole signs of activity. The games will continue tomorrow day and they do the work-quick
asylum for the criminal insane, was in northwest portion; slightly coolerin leather tgh more, but if they could The fissure around the crater is I and Saturday, when the players will ly, satisfactorily and cheaply.
sentenced today to serve not less than north. Sunday, generally fair. be convinced that it made the soles twkhing forth large quantities oi! go to ttsburg.t .
two years nor more than four yearsIn wear longer, probably they would be: ashes but so far, no serious damage Insurance, real estate, loans and

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JEn PARAGRAPHS Charter, and we hereby adopt these Articles IB, 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 great
Charter of said corporation upon the issuance adjacent to the headquarters of this Association er than nine, and at no time st ill the number
It's a waste of time to tell your of letters patent, according to law, and we do may become a member ef this Association of said directors be decreased to a less

troubles. hereby certify. ; but this Association will not at any number, than the original number of directors
ARTICLE I time receive into its membership, members ef herein specified. That the and
That the name of said corporation is theGeneva any kindred Association, whose fruit residences names
I or produce of the growers who are hereby
Citrus Growers' Association. lands are located nearer to such other Gifts
by the
appointed incoroporators of this Association to PleaseMay
Extract equity from justice and i it ARTICLE II kindred Association thaa they are to this I and who shall act as Directors to
leaves injustice. |' That this Association in organized under Association, without the consent of the Association said Association for the first year of its
the laws of this State as a horticultural asso- next adjacent to where said holdings existence, and until its other directors
i I are
elation, and entitled to all the rights and are located.
legally elected and qualified
1 privileges conferred by the laws of this State ARTICLE VI I i Names are.

Politicians are as jealous of each ;:, on similar corporations, and the voting power .Nothing in these Articles shall be construed I A. W. Davis Residences GenevaJ.
ether and all other rights and privileges of each of'I as to interfere with the bona fide sale 1 H. Huddletton. Geneva
as girls.Perfection I the members of this Association, holding a i iI of real estate; the transfer of I
property, together A. Moran, Geneva
I certificate of membership in the same, shall with the fruit or other produce growing '- i ARTICLE XI be safely purchased fromus
be equaL thereon, at the time of such sale is That
; that i j the Directors of this Association shall
is made up of trifles, but ARTICLE III to say: That if any person who has signed I I have the right and power to charge and collect
so is a million dollars. That there shall be no capital stock of said his name for any particular year for placing I from its members and other fruit, vegetable
I Association but the same shall be organized as the crops then growing on his or her land in and produce growers, represented or where everythingis
a horticultural association and corporation,not the! hands of the Association, shall sell or '\ served by this Association, such compensation
for profit, and it shall not issue any sharesof dispose of his land in
good faith; then j and remuneration, to be paid to said Association -
Most girls names sound as of their stock whatever, and shall not at any time and in that event the said seller i V as said Directors may fix and

others were novel readers. ( declare or pay any dividend or other profits and purchaser are released if they so i| charge for its services to him, her or them guaranteed.
1 ton any holding in said corporation, but all desire, from the obligations of having fruit j in the picking packing, handling, marketing
!I moneys coming into this Association, for services or produce grown upon the land so sold. shipping; and selling of any and all of the
: rendered or otherwise, shall be used by it marketed) or handled under the authority of''''produce and material, which this Associationi
Even a lazy man will work-if he for paying the expense of, and otherwise maintaining this Association. i i I is herein authorized to handle and market. '
> this Association and any surplus ARTICLE VII
can discover an easy mark. 1! thereof remaining in its hands, shall be used That the ,I ARTICLE XIIi
place where the principal business i I It is hereby mutually agrwd and fully
After becomes I jas the Board of Directors of this Association of said Association is to be
a man famous he transacted is I understood, by and between all the persons
shall deem to the best interest of the Association Geneva, County of Orange State ,
of
Florida becoming members of this Association and
doesn't need a press agent. His and said Association shall issue to each And the annual meetings of the members of I I furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by
person who shall become a member thereof, a this Association shall convene at said Allen
friends place &
will then
attribute to him all 1 j Co.
certificate of membership, and shall receive on the first Tuesday in May, of each and every members ,
the ancient jokes they can dig up. in return therefor the sum of One Dollar year, at which time and place its Directors | poses and objects of this Association is toI I
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
said corporation; but no person shall at any ARTICLE VIII I mutual co-operation between the citrus
time have, own or control more than one That each and member of this
every Association and other produce growers of the State of
A town row affords amusement for certificate of membership in said Association, shall place the packing and handlingof : I Florida, in the picking, packing, handling,
|' nor shall any person not a grower of citrus all citrus fruit, and such other produce as shipping and marketing, of all citrus fruit,
tutsiders but it is the most fruit j I
ex pen- become or remain a member of this may be handled by this Association, and! and other produce owned and controlled by JEWELERS
live form of entertainment. i Association. grown or controlled by him, her or them the members of this and kindred Associationsin
ARTICLE IV into this Association, and that this A socia.{ the State of Florida; and to that end this
That the purposes for which this Association tion shall charge for the packing and hand Association is created and organized in con '
is formed are to bay, lease, rent, cell ling of such fruit and produce, such reason. nection with and u,der the Florida Citrus I
Any store that advertises, today, occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real able compensation as the Board of Directorsof i Exchange and will at all times co-operate
the and personal property which may be necessary this Association shall fix and determine. with and through said Florida Citrus Ex- i Orlando
article that
want to FloridaOur
you buy today convenient for the conduct
or of its business But, any member of this Association shall 1 : change, as a part of the system of exchanges ,
is an interesting store to you. and to build lease and rent packing have the right to withdraw his fruit and pro- I I which go to make up. control, and operate ,
houses for the packing of fruit, also to purchase I duce, for any one year, from said Association, '' said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose headquarters -t
all material that may be necessary or without penalty, by giving in writing to said I are now located in the City of i
convenient for the purpose of packing or preparing Association, notice within the ten days next I Tampa, and State of Florida. And that all i
May 27 will be a red letter'day in citrus fruit, or other Florida growsfor before the annual meeting of this Associa- citrus fruit, and other produce placed in the I i
the history of Bushnell for at this products market. Also to sell, as agents tion, that he desires so to withdraw his fruit hands of this Association, shall be marketed
citrus fruit and all other kinds and of
variety or other produce from the same; but in that exclusively through said Florida Citrus I
time the cornerstone of the new court fruits and produce, which may be grown or event, said members so giving said notice ', Exchange. I
controlled by members of this Association. ceases to be a member of said Association, and 1 ARTICLEXIIIThat
louse will be laid and a barbecue and I Also to own stock in any other incorporationor all rights and privileges in said Association, the names and places of residence of I
public speaking will take p'aci. association, similar to this Association, ex belonging to said member shall thereuponcease the subscribing members and incorporatorsto Repair Department at
isting for the advancement
and protectingof and determine. Provided, however, and these Articles of Incorporation and Association -
fruit and produce growers in the State of it is hereby agreed and fully understood by are as follows:
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the all persons joining this Association, that any Names Residences.E. .
Large shipments of nursery trees members of this Association such fertilizer, member of the same withdrawing from this Curlett Geneva your service always.
and fumigating and spraying implements and I Association, .
by disposing of his fruit or produce Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva
are now being made from this point, materials, as may be thought by the Boardof through any other source than through i Geo. Duchardt Geneva I .
Directors of this Association, from time to this Association or withholding the
seventeen digerent shipments going same And each of said members of this proposed
time, by their resolution to be necessary or from this Association, and without giving the Association, and incorporators who has I
Gut in a single day. Winter Haven convenient for the fertilizations of lands, or notice, as hereinbefore provided shall forfeit subscribed his name thereto, has paid into'
the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, to this Association, as and for liquidated dam the treasury of this corporation, now being I- ,
ships more nursery trees than anytown which belong to the members of this Associa ages to this Association, for such withdrawal, created the sum' of One Dollar, for
I lion Also to buy and contract for the purchase the sum of fifty cents box for member-I '
in the Stated-Winter Have 1 per all citrus I ship thereof, which will entitle each MtiiilHItiltlMimiMMIintHIIMIMIMIMIHHEverything
| of anything, that is considered by the fruit or other produce, produced by him during upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Note in Tampa Tribune. Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the the year of said withdrawal, and so withdrawn Association, to a membership in the same, I
prevention of insect pests or for the destruction by him. It Is further hereby understood and a certificate of such membership, upon
thereof for the benefits of its members as and agreed that in case any member of however, such person signing the bylaws of '' in Drugs
fruit and produce growers. Also the right to this Association who has withdrawn his said Association including the contract for j j
NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS own, contract for, and operate all necessary fruit or produce from this Assocation, as his or her fruit to said Association as provided I
appliances that the Board of Directors, at above described afterwards wishes to in said bylaws.
any time, may think necessary for the fertil and rejoin this Association, and retortI I I I In Witness Whereof, Each of said incorporators I
ization of groves and fields, the fumigationand rights of a member, that he may do so by, and members of this proposed Asso-
If you miss your paper, don't get spraying of trees and plants or the extinction and with the consent only, of a majority of ciation, has hereunto subscribed his name and I WE DISPENSE '
mad, as it it next to impossible for of insect pests, on the lands belong the Board of Directors of this Association affiixed his seal to these Articles of Incorporation ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST
ing to the members of the Association, and to and upon his paying to this Association all and Association. !
cur carrier boys not to miss someone charge therefor, and collect, such reasonablerates penalties that have been assessed against him. Names Residences. .:
for said services, as may be establishedby and'not previously paid.ARTICLE.
E. Curlett (Seal) Geneva
once in a while. Just call 24 over the Board of Directors from time to time, IX Geo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva !
the 'phone, give your street address I!for the uses above mentioned. And said AlsoThat the term for which this Associationshall George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva Delaney Drug Co.
j ciation shall be empowered to engage in a exist is fifty years from and after the STATE OF FLORIDA
and name. We will be glad to sent *brokerage factor and commission selling busi- date of its incorporation. COUNTY OF ORANGE.
ness, to purchase boxes, paper, nails and other ARTICLE X 1 Before the undersigned authority, personallyo .I
you a paper.ARTICLES packing material; to engage in and conduct That the officers of said Association wh appeared E. Curlett, Geo. E. Mathews George ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE
NO
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I a drayage, transfer, forwarding and shipping] shall transact its business, shall be a Board, Duchardt who being by me duly sworn lid. ,
business; to purchase, hold lease, or orbs r-I.of Directors, a President and a Vice-Ptes i- each for himself,depose say and acknowledgelthat
OF INCORPORATIO wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars dent, and said President and Vice-President, he subscribed his name to the above
wagons, drays trucks, boats, vessels, and other shall also be the President and Vice-President, ed Charter of the Geneva Citrus propo&-I ,
vehicles, and the necessary motive power and respectively, of said Board of Directors, and I elation and affixed his seal to the ,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF TOE equipment for the same, and to engage in the each of them shall, at the time of filling said the uses and purposes mentioned in said Char- I TRY OUR
GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S ASSOCIATION transportation business of all such produce, II office, be a member of this Association, and a J ter, and in order to validate and acknowledge ICE CREAM
material and other commodities as may be director in the same. And this Association I the same.
Know All Men By These Presents; That owned or controlled by it, but not as a common shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer I E. CURLETT,
we, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the carrier. And to dispose of the same at both of which officers may be filled by one and GEO. E. MATHIEUX, The Best Ever
late of Florida, at least three of whom are will To borrow and loan money by or upon I the same person. And the number of Directors I GEORGE DUCHARDT. I
:Students and citizens of the State of Florida. mortgage on real estate, or otherwise, and I of this Association shall be three but the Sworn to and subscribed before me this the
have this day voluntarily associated our- generally to transact, carry on, and performall said Association, without amendment of its 6th day of May, 1913.
xltes together for the purpose of forming a such other business operations, as are charter, may, at any time, by a twothirdsvote H. H. PATTISHALL, IIMIiilllllMBMtlMMttttliMtilliMlittlMIIIIIIISubscribe
horticultural corporation and association un germain or incident to the purpose above of the Directors, increase its Directory, Notary Public.
ier the laws of the State of Florida, providbfor mentioned. and may at any time, after so increasing the My commission expires on 13th day of I
the incorporation of horticultural and ARTICLE V same, and by a similar vote of its Directors, July, 1915.
ftxricultural non-profit associations and corporations That any person or persons, who is, or are decrease its directory, as said Directors shall (Seal) I for the Sentinel
in accordance with this proposed bona fide fruit or produce growers, or w'bo



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His Absentmindedness.In i world in general is the comet itself, I Hecatan Intc To. .IT
The Writers.Anne
a Washington club some time I i though always the least dense of the "1'11:1.1.: ; ". ..i ,..,. t-a li-r. .'party ilweut I
since a member of the senate started I ; whole. Sometimes entirely wanting | .. iI. a .\\i, .-t.-ii i- :' 11I'lIi'''IIIt ..

to light a cigar, but became so engrossed de Selinoourt Douglas), the?edjpriek writer! is Mrs.Americanby : RasH or hardly detectible, the tail is again j II "'t'5: 'tl. fl.ell61.ti: ..1s I:' For the Next Fifteen Days
In some other thought that he for- an extension millions of miles In j who "",,'r .otr'.d! .:I.I.t't'ultlr 11'11:,'
birth, but has im-d since childhood
rot the burning match in his hand un- length. Although usually a single; j ail wit: "'YKrit.Mi. 1"1 I'-'Iwt i.-'ih
mainly in England.; .
till the flame reached his fingers !j brush of light comets have been seen LullltMf iae ...< 1I11t1 I fwr..II. *:..illiar
J. II. Curie, the author, had his first i I "
Wickersham'Imlled. with fewer than six tails. I -
thereat Attorney General no
vision of glowing, adventurous travelin I
We will sell Lime 90c
j "Why. a-kwl the It'adlt'r in amazeimnt. at
far countries when he four. .
was
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"A case of absentmindedness, he remarked Sheared In Installments. I, .tud. ,\ M make that out
teen old. That twenty-six
"that reminds me of the experience i years was Sheep are put to double use in the "Ye!.'m." xiid IMiilip. watlo\\iu;;
years ago. and Mr. Curie is still a traveler barrel delivered
of a certain professor. One j northern part of India in the Hima hard "FiM: \I'l'r-uil Imtan. second per ,
lIe has been in every habitable 'I
evening, on i turning; home to dinner, i layas. They are driven from marketto I person Yucatan third person Hecatan:
the professor was met at the door by j part of the :globe.Ferdinand market with the wool still growing !!' plural first personYecatan.. second five barrel lots.
nu e.the doyen of the ;
kis wife. whit led him into the house and in each village the owner shears per"-
wIth a reproving ;lance. i t dramatic writers of France probably as much wool as he can sell there and !'1! But right here the teacher fainted.- !,

"'Do you know, John said she just'a of the world in his ninety-ninth year, loads the sheared sheep with the grain New York World. I I
little poutfully, 'that you went away 1 j still retain* a keen interest in the he receives in eI'bane.fter bis''\
I things of the theater. His connection i ii Co.I
this morning without kissing: me good I j lock has been sheared be turns it Poor Old Wise Ones. Florida Metal
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with the stage dates back to lvW.when I
by? homeward, each animal carrying a Some has I
his first play. "Castille et Leon:' i one dug up the followingfrom
"'You don't really mean it':' returned j bag of grain. the Chicago Inter Ocean of Dec. !
at the Odeon. But he
was produced McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
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the professor. 'Yolll1l1't! IK mistaken. 31, 1SG2:
had made his debut in literature witha I'
44'Oh, no, I'm not!' dw'lared the good novel tiyenrs before.Telephone Got His Reward. I "George M. Pullman, of the firm of
lady. 4Xot a single; kiss did you give Old Maid-But why should a great Pullman & Moore house raisers, is experimenting Phone 41.
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mer strong man like yon be found begging? with what he calls 'a palace -
"'Is that so?' rl'S\ollllt..l\ the protes-I I Calls. Wayfarer-Dear lady, it is the only sleeping car.: The 'wise ones' pre- -
sor, with a thoughtful i profession I know in which a gentleman diet it will be a fallure."-Cle\"eland
'Then whom in the deuce did I kiss?* I I i A school for telephone operators in can address a beautiful woman Plain Dealer. t

-Philadelphia Telegraph.For I I New York rejects applications for admission without an introduction. London I I ii J r
to its course from more than Sketch. o
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Peace and Safety.We 1 15,000 girls annually, accepting: only Progressive.
"Some
I day. remarked the nice old i TheBestistheCheapestSO
have got the finest water about 2,000 who fulfill its requirements. Mayonnaise of Salmon.To .
gentleman. "you may be president of 1
For ships one ever saw.
new telephone has the transmitter one can of salmon minced fine the "
United
Got ten thousand miles of coast line, I'I'A States.
With harbors 'long the shore; contact with the throat, instead of mix a dressing as follows: Yolk of one Iebbe," replied the son of the very I GET THE BEST OF :
We have got the men and money. I being held at the lips, and is designed raw egg. a spoonful of mustard four big business man. "but if they want i: SS3C V
If congress so will rote for special use. such as by a miner who tablespoonfuls of oil, one tablespoonful will r t
me they have raise
to the
We have the finest salary 1
can navy
That was ever yet afloat. I is wearing; rescue apparatus, preventing -! vinegar, pinch of salt very little -('hlcagoews.. Paints and Wall Paper
the free use of the lips. cayenne pepper. Put mustard in with

They So ours are we building should ships increase.the world o'er, t The Ottoman government has recently the egg. stir one way and add oil drop A Man of Metal. I .

Dreadnoughts for the battle line are I II installed a telephone system in Jerusalem by drop. Then beat until creamy. "Is he a man of mettle .
A guarantee of peace.It for its own use. There are ten stations When stiff add the vinegar then pepper "Well te Is credited with Iron II 3 ..!tit WALL PAPER IX SAMPLES

takes lots of time to build them- I including the government house, and, lastly salt. Garnish the dish a grip of steel and a heart of nen"l u moum. Jim mi. K PLEASED ITO
No job of but a day-
And when people need a navyIt the courthouse, military headquarters with parsley or celery tops. Baltimore American. SHOW ntIIL ML :TOT HAVE TO 1
and several municipal police stations. I
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We In are commerce leading and all creation in trade. 1 Brevity. -I i BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
Robert Louis :Stevenson was a close
We can stand against all rivals-
Of that we're not afraid- student of style and has left more NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
Strong enough we're on this side, but I than one interesting discussion of the
If trouble there should be technique of writing. In a letter toIL GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
We should feel a good deal safer
With fleets out on the sea. I A. M. Stevenson, dated October.
-Tom W. Jackson In New York Press. 1883, he says:
I "There Is but one art-to omit! Oh, Crepe Goods and KimonosGOWNS -- .

Hit Lack of Will, I If I knew how to omit I would ask no
MI used to think my husband tad !other knowledge! A man who knew I JUST RECEIVED
inch a strong will she complained. i how to omit would make an 'Iliad' ot
"He has never seemed to me," her! I daily paper."
friend replied, "to be a man who was [ To men engaged In editorial writ ETC.
lacking in will power. Is he a slave to< Ing (which in America is the art ot TUB SILKS CREPE[r[ CHIFFONS S

drink or to tobacco or anything like making ideas effective before a vast ,
that?" I j audience) and to young men and women 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertionat 1 and 2 ;

"Oh, no! lie gave up smoking three | In college who are planning to en-
years ago, and I got him to go on the ter Journalism we recommend that the cents per yard at CREPE VOILES
water at the first of the
wagon year. above few words of Stevenson's be
He hasn't tasted any kind of liquor committed to memory and put Into

since." practice.-Collier's Weekly. Bulgarian Trimmings and Ribbons
"It seems to me you ought to be I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT ,
proud of him. A man who can give up t
A Comet's Three Part
smoking and absolutely refrain from. A comet has three parts. The nucleus I
tasting any kind of strong drink mu..t is the bright, starlike point which STORE \
have a will that Is extraordinary." I Is the kernel the true potential comet. Latest Styles in Millinery
"Perhaps it is as you say but I have:
I i Around this is spread the coma, a sort
been trying for more than a year to ;get 'of luminous fog, shading from the 124 South Orange Avenue
him to give the habit of noddm? in
up
nucleus and forming with it the head
the affirmative when he says yes at Still beyond is the delicate tail stretch OPPOSITE POST OFFICE :MISSES HILTON & DUNN :
can't tit
the telephone. He Just seem Ing away into space. And this to the I
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The Daily NATIONS AS CRIMINALS. CONVICT LABOR BILL THAT
FAILED.
Florida SentinelMORNING
South
If the plans of the super-dread-
AND WEEKLY ]naught Pennsylvania have been stolen The killing of the senate bill on the

------ j from the navy department, some gov- convict lease system is a pronounce-
Entered at the post office at Orlando. ernment employe is the thief and ment against that body that will
Mail Matter.
Florida as Second Clam
some foreign government procuredthe lower the public estimate of those WOMEN
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : theft. It is rightly regarded as individuals more than all their other
dishonorable for a private individualto defalcations combined.The .
THE DAILY SENTINEL hire any one to steal from his employer measure was in the interest of
One year .. ,....... ..........$5.00 yet all the civilized nationsdo humanity and common decency. It
Six Months . .. .,. .. ..... 2.50
that very thing. The receiver of was a measure in which every self- The daintiest women find the exquisite
designs
Three Months eo. .... ...... eo.. 1.25
stolen goods is a criminal acocrding respecting citizen of Florida felt an

By news carrier in Orlando 60 cents per to the law of every country in Europeand interest. No line of reasoning can they want in our big assortment. Women who
nonth. Daily and Sunday. America, yet governments are justify the action of the senate, and
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found habitually addicted to the practice.In judging by the bullheaded manner in I are fond of jewelry, those who want something
M tale in Orlando at Curita &; O'Neal' BookStore their dealings with each other which that body enacts or defeats
-. they are bribers and thieves. They measures according to their own : that is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
We will appreciate prompt complaint if corrupt each other's public servants pleasure, regardless of the wishes of
-delivery--is-not- properly made by our carriers. that they may gain possession of what the public, the members will not seekto their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich
Adevrtising rates will be furnished on application. does not belong to them. Then they justify their action.
vrtually talk about the comity of There can be but two reasons for in articles of more than ordinary beauty.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL nations and the principles of justicein I the action taken in that matter. First
for year, by mail, postage paid .......11.00 international intercourse. They lie j I and foremost, the fact that the gov- For those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida and bribe and steal while professing!: ernor was the champion of the meas-
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building
Phone 24 friendship and solicitude for the : ure, no doubt politics was exercised many suggestions.

_ _ n __ -- maintenance of friendly relations of to its utmost, lest the governor might
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. mutual confidence. I gain undue popularity and prestige.
I
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor, Oh the humbug of it all! The ras- Secondly, and more contemptible if
cality and cheating and lynig is contemptible possible, the fact that certain inter-
SATURDAY, MAY 24TH, 1913. and shameful. Ministers of I ests in the state that have been mak-
great nations should be above hiringthe ing large profits out of the convict 4T.H.Evans
flies makes employes of other nations to bur- lease system know how to touch up
Early to work, busy as -
glarize safes and steal documents certain members of the senate and
a man happy, wealthy and wise. ;
o Yet that is precisely what is done by hold their influence against any the JewelerOPPOSITE
the rulers of civilized change.The .
The vegetarian does not live longer every country.
than the meat eater, it only seems: Statesmen meet each other publiclyon convict lease system of Floridais ,
longer. a high plane of honor and cour- such a blot on the fair name of

-0 tesy. In private they plot to gain Florida that the man who votes:

Mighty fe wmen have been disappointed possession, by the foulest of means, against eradicating the system, root POST OFFICE
in love without living to be of each other's state secrets. Briberyand and branch, is an enemy to humanityand
glad of it. theft are the accompaniments and a traducer of the good name of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
o handmaids to modern diplomacy. Vul- the state in which he lives.

It is never safe to do business witha gar criminals are the agents of dig- How long, 0, how long will the< I
man who thinks everybody is dishonest nified diplomatists.A people of Florida have patience with
except himself.o this class of men and allow them to
A :\ TREATMENT OF CONDEMNED masquerade as statesmen?
.
The man who stole the ivory keys MURDERERS. There is a work for the honest
fro mthe piano probably could have During the sessions of the South citizenship of Florida to do, as great
been found in the flat underneath.We Carolina legislature some unique and as important as that done by; I
o measures were presented, but none Christ when Hi lashed the moneychangers

are dwelling on the brink of a more so than the proposed optional out of the temple.

Vesuvius. That Lake Cherokee question measure for disposing of murderers SILK STOCKINGSFor
is likely to break out again any condemned to die. The proposal was GEORGE WASHINGTON TROUS-
day. to give condemned murderers the op ERS.The .
.. tion of judicial execution., or taking senior class men at Yale have
If you have the-least bit of doubt their chances on experimentation adopted knickerbockers and the effectis
that this old town is growing like a bacteriological experts with the "I said to have been so fetching that

bay tree, go out and try to rent a of pellagra. The dreadful disease I other classes have petitioned for the
house. qusetion is one of the most mysteriousin right to follow suit.
o human pathology. It has hitherto I Ordinarily this might be set asideas Day

Judging by the way some peoplerun baffled all the research of science, and a mere'collegiate freak, but it may
automobiles along the pike be- its ravages in the South, especially in have more far-reaching edects, says
South Carolina, the most I the Pittsburg Dispatch. The actual and
tween here and Winter Park, the fool importantof a .. w
killer has left his job in disgust. the rice states, have caused a vast i college students of the country might f
o deal of alarm. The disease appearsto I return to knickerbockers without
Deleware reports there will not bea have some connection in a primary much notice, if the fashion was lim- EveningWear
peach, pear, cherry or blackberry way with the large consumption of' ited to them, but the eagerness of a
grown there this year. Good time to rice, and while mostly prevalent I, much larger body of youth who have
rush in a consignment of prunes. among the negroes, does not exceptthe never been to college and probablynever
o whites from the secondary powerof will to adopt the distinctive and

Economy is a good thing but this contagion. not infrequently bizarre styles of the
does not mean that a man should use It can scarcely be said that this real collegians must give us pause.
one handkerchief two weeks or make method of putting criminals condemned Witness the effect already producedon
one cake of soap do the work of two. to death in category of sub- masculine headgear. A few years
o jects for clinical study, whereof the I ago the "funny" hats were the exclusive Our Personal Guarantee

It is said that a Sanford tourist end is practically certain, is absolutely -' property of the college youth.
went to the garage to pay his winter new. Some fourteen years since I But it was not long until their imita- Every Pair
auto repairs and the bookkeeper gave when the bubonic plague, always en-I I' tors had purloined the style and note Accompanies \ \\ \\
him the whole shock at once and the demic in some parts of the Orient, the result. Even staid and elderly
man may never fully recover.It was making such dreadful ravage of I[ men of affairs are seen arrayed in
o life in India, the option was given to the hats of the hour who a few years
is said that the hot weather has low-caste Hindu murderers to submit ago would have hooted at the mere Marion B. Ives

induced some men in Tampa to resur- themselves to certain curious formsof suggestion.Will .
rect the old fashioned dicky which experiment, impracticable in reg- this Yale knickerbocker fash-
they may hang around their neck to ular cases. It was accepted often ion follow the same course? Is it
sham a shirt This is all right while enough to excite public comment in only a matter of a year or so until
they keep their coats on. England. the long-trousered male will be as EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
o conspicuous as the citizen wno sticksto
There are all sorts of contests these PLAY BALL. the old style hat? Already the
The State Senate has cane or walking stick is worming its
days but we rise to suggest to Bailey challenged Second Floor
Magruder the propriety of giving the House for a game of base ball way into unfamiliar hands followingthe
away one of the renowned Oaklandcars this afternoon. This perhaps is near- same general method of ap
to the man who will be the first er the caliber of most of those chaps, proach.
to show us the face of Lake Cherokee. and while the tax payers have been
o contending all along that these gen- One of our valuable exchanges says VICTORIA
HEIRESS
Some of our ladies are horrified to tlemen ought to stop their fooling and that during the absence of the editor I WEDDING OF LUISE
find that the world's greatest gambler play ball, they didn't just have this the "devil" was given the liberty of
kind of a game in mind. Yet the writing a heavy editorial. He seleet-
today is a woman. Woman is a nat peo- 23.-Big and little mon- AUTOMOBILE
ple will be just ed as his subject, the State Berlin, May
ural born gambler and loves to takea as well off if they Legislature dukes and fair ladies are
chance. If you don't believe it just stay in the field and amuse themselves but later dropped the subject and archs, royal the streetsof
watch some of the men she ties up the balance of the time allotted to, ate an onion to take the taste out of as common as pebbles upon
them. his mouth. Berlin today.
to for life.
Every once in a while a royal equip- BULLETINThese
o of the soldieryof
age, with an escort
Its going to be a great year for ittlllllliltMlillllllMIOPENING some foreign nation, rolls past in
fish anyhow. The Pacific coast also : the street and the natives pause to
announces the arival of crabs with : stare and comment upon H, R. H.
two extra large feet, in New Jerseythe Somebody or other or the Duke of
are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
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"lepomisaruitus, or long eared Something. All are here to attend
sunfish, is biting, and herring are so DAYNEW tomorrow the wedding of Princess I I! guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped *

thick in the Chesapeake canal ves- Victoria Luise, the only daughter of !r and ready to run.
sels can't get through.The the Kaiser, and Prince Ernst, of Great
o Britain. I

Kansas legislature tried to It is practically impossible to ob- 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition .
pass a bill which provided: "When GROCERY-OUR GOODS HAVE ARRIVED tain accommodation at a first class ,

two trains approach a crossing both AND WE WILL THROW THE DOORS OPEN .FOR hotel today because of the crowds that $550.00
shall stop and neither shall go ahead have come to Berlin from all partsof ,
until the other has passed." This is BUSINESS SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24TH, AT the Empire and from abroad and

very much like the Irishman who said 7A.M. from various parts of Europe. Even

his boots were so tight that he never EVERYTHING some of the royal guests ,have been 1 1912 Flanders Car
NEW FRESH AND CLEAN. CALL J I Touring complete,
would be able to get them on until' (I quartered at hotels because of the
after he had worn them a while.o AND INSPECT OUR STORE AND GOODS. I fact that there was not room enoughat $500.00. I

6 AND 8 EAST PINE STREET the Palace, where it had been plan-
The newspaper correspondents at : ned to quarter some of the more dis-

Tallahassee are making themselves, tinguished visitors. : 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac -
"solid" with members of the legislature -
. by writing flattering notices of
SHE GOT TilE DECREE $150.00San
them individually. These CARUTHERS & GORE ,
correspondents Special to the Sentinel
are all apt to be held responsible # Auroli, Ill., May 23.-Testifying in
for a big crop of gubernatorial and I her suit for divorce Mrs. Rolo Lincon

congressional: candidates in the nearf said she became the mother of seven-
atttre. They try to make every mem- H teen children after twelve years of

ber of the legislature believe that he "---- I married life. She said there were Juan GarageI
k the very man for congressman or four sets of twins. Ten of the chil-
governor or United States Senator. dren were dead. j I
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CREAMS. CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. cles any less than that price, but you WILL find that we give

Creams for Waists, Creams for Skirts, Creams for Never before have we been in such a splendid position as you a better article than our competitors for the same money.'

Dresses. We have creams in all fabrics, from the delicate, regards stock and assortment. All the new designs and color- We do not buy seconds in order that we may be able to quote

softly draping Voiles to the coarse Campbell Serge weaves. ings. Also the new combination effects are included in oursplendid you a price 5 cents under the other store, but we DO buy the

And creams are, and will be, much in vogue for the summer collection. We have them, too, in sizes from the wee very best things we can, to sell at the prices, and we usually

season, for all occasions. At "SATISFACTION STORE" tot of two years, to the High School graduate, and our prices buy goods that cost from 50 cents to $1.50 a dozen more than

prices adjusted to all pockets. are from 35c to $3.00, with a beautiful line at $1.00, both in most firms pay for goods to sell at these prices, because we

white and colors. Don't fail to see them. want to be able to give EXTRAORDINARY VALUES in all

PERSIAN LA'\' S. lines we carry. If you will just price our goods and compare

We invite comparisons on our splendid range of White FOR MEN AND BOYS. them with goods you get from other stores at the same price,

India and Persian Lawns. The quality we run is exclusive to' Many people think (until they know us) that we cater you will they are of better texture. There is a reason for
this.: We sell l for cash only, and we can AFFORD to
. this store this season, and absolutely first choice goods. And exclusively to the feminine sex, but this is not true. Our stock give you
better values, AND WE DO. Call and
see us and examine the
We positively assert that the values we offer have seldom been of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls are as goods.

equalled anywhere, and NEVER beaten. Prices, lOc, 12c, complete as you can find in the state. :

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I Mrs. W. R. Lape and Mrs. M. R. Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith and: i CARL M. RODENBAUGH MEETS THE BLIND POET.

Goldberg ,who have spent the winterin family, who are among the most WITH ACCIDENT

WADE Orlando have gone to Columbus, prominent winter tourists, close their Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Fuller, of

THE TUNER Ohio. beautiful Oakland home today and Mr. Carl Rodenbaugh, while playingball Pine Castle, were in Orlando yester-

ORLANDO.FLA. leave for Chicago for the summer, 1 with the Lockhart boys yesterdayat day. Mr. Fuller was a classmate of

J Mrs. A. T. Carter and son, A. T., I I II Pine Castle, had the misfortuneof the late Will Carleton, iri Hillsdale,

Jr., left yesterday for Waycross, Ga. Today is the opening day of Ca-ji; breaking the ankle bone of his right Michigan, and is known as the blind AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

the Parlor Miss Alma De Laney accompaniedthem ruthers & Gore's new grocery on Pine:j1 leg. In the third inning he attemptedto poet of Michigan. He came to Pine L. Murray
Fine Florida beef at
home. street and it will be of interest to steal second base and was in the Castle about two years ago, where he I Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 611
Market today. Phone 80.
j ladies to visit that establishment to- act of sliding in while going with and his good wife live inp eace and

The materials rapidly being assembled Messrs. Caruthers & Gore contentment. He has the
are day. are great force his foot turned back passed FLORIDA GOOD ENOUGH.
has to
Rev. J. D. Renaker gone
I for the palatial home of Mr. gentlemen worthy the patronage of' breaking the ankle bone. three score and ten mark, but his
Chattanooga, Tennessee. I'
: Graham, just east of the Dr. Phillips' the public and will keep a stock worthy Dr. McEwan and his brother, Elmer mind is as young and active as twenty Letter From Friend of This City.

home on Lucerne Circle. their good name. were watching the game at the time years ago and he yet writes some
Franz of Jacksonville,
Mr. J. F. ,
was in the city last night. I and they immediately adjusted the beautiful and touching poems and Madison, Wis., May 20, 1913.
I I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tinger, who Mr. J. G. Hubber and family, who fracture and bandaged it, then put songs, and frequently lectures and Editor of The Sentinel:

Mrs. Sarah B. Mills has left Orlan-:jhave been guests in the city for the have been spending the winter in this him in an auto and brought him to preaches. lIe operates a typewriterwell Arrived here to be greeted by a

do and gone to New York for the ,i I: past two months, left last night. for locality, and who have started a fine town,'where in the MeEwan Sanitarium and is a busy, cheerful soul. temperature in the 50s, a cold wind

summer.Mr. II i I i their home in Pittsburg. orange grove, left yesterday for their : the fracture was properly reduced with continuous rain, and no promiseof
I I II I Northern home in Northern Nev.1') I' and put in splints and the young man THE NEW GROCERY ACTIVE immediate relief. Furnace fires,

Frank Bushnell, of Tampa, was !j I Mr. L. S. Larabee, while cranking York, where they grow apples for the was then taken to his home where he overcoats and winter clothing is the

transacting business in Orlando yes-i;j'i his automobile, had the misfortune of market. 'I is resting as easy as a man with a Caruthers & Gore have received a order of the day. Winter's scandalous

terday. !;i fracturing his arm Thursday night. broken leg can. new Columbia bicycle for rapid deliv- conduct with Miss Spring is the cause
I
1 Dr. C. D. Christ reduced the fracture. Mr. Grey Rush, accompanied byi i Both the Rodenbaugh boys are ery of groceries, so that now when of much talk.
I I chauffeurs for McEwan & Edwards.We patrons phone in an order the delivery .
Mr. W. H. Young, of Fairbanks,I j, Mr. S. Ii. Kilgore, went up to Sanford I 1 The unreasonable hot weather ear-
i Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, can be made before the receiver is
Ga., is looking after business in Or- I yesterday to receive a car load of | Her forced the trees and fruit buds to
lando. '(I Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. Ford automobiles which will be 1 II are indebted to our friend, Mr.I hung up. This beats John Rowland.The their present detriment, but the

5-15-2w. brought to Orlando overland. Mr. I, I. W. Leach for a beautiful illustrated I scale tester has examined and ground is so cold and wet that allseed

Tenn. Rush is putting in a large stock for''j booklet of Northern Michigan, showing -) tested their scales so that the boys germs are greatly retarded. ,
of
W. W. Wingate, Memphis, ,I|I Mr. Pliney Jessup and son, who are all right in their way. "
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summer campaign.F. the beauties of that lake resort i "Count your mercies, and be glad
has lot and will build !I j
home.purchased a i have spent the winter in this county I country, which Mr. Leach enjoys each j I j With the room all gaily frocked in you live in a dependable climate.
a and caring for i new paint and r.ew clean goods,
i planting a young or- H. Mires, Tony Johnson and summer. I paper Yours for Florida,
left last night for their I j II I screened death proof against flies, and
ange grove James Wallace, of Chicago, were in I j I ALICE G. KOLLOCK. .
Mr. A. J. Legg, of Philadelphia, home in Maine. | two clever men to tie up groceries,I I
Orlando
yesterday and will
is in the city looking after business several weeks looking over various spend I! Jr. 0. U. A. M.. of Orlando Council!,, this ought to prove a popular market RAMKE BOTTLING WORKS.Mr. .

interests. Friday, May 30th is Memorial Day of Florida. : No. 25 invite your presence at their,, place.
parts They
are
banks'will I' prospective :1 meeting to be held in the Lu-I I
and a National holiday. The investors and wanted to see Flor- i open John Ramke, proprietor of the
Clarke Robertson's cut flowers will j do no business on that day and' ida in the good old summer time. cerne Opera House Sunday May 25th,i i GEDGES GO NORTH. Orlando Bottling Works, one of the

be on sale at Ned Butts' Candy Kitchen. the postoffice will observe the usual ) 3 p. m. Rev. P. Body, of the Emmanuel I {I most up-to-date bottling plants in

5.215t holiday hours. I i Baptist Church will deliver the Mr. L. H.Gedge and family who II South Florida, is handing out to his

I I the Two welfare men and closely associated of with afternoon address. Come and bring I I own a beautiful home on Hill Crest(I friends a neat little advertisement by
: MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the development your friends. 18-6t avenue, will leave today for their
Mr. L C. Frazer a prominent business ida passed this week. Flor-I I way of a pocket knife and nail file.
man of Birmingham, is in the' Sentinel office. 5.18 tf Painter away Indiana home at Anderson, and later Mr. Ramke belongs to the progressiveclass
business. was comparatively a young FOR RENT will go to the lakes of Northern of business and has
city transacting i j jMr. but of men built
man, was a man great business
Miss Nettie Newsome, of Orlando, Michigan. Mr. Gedge is president of up an immense business in the soft
Mr.
capacity. Flagler old
was an man the
is visiting her relatives in this place. Nice furnished. Con- Country Club and ,one of the drink line. His goods deliveredto
and Mrs. J. H. Vick's beautiful I II 'With great accomplishments to his large rooms, are
I crack
home on the corner of Jackson and I She will soon return to Indiana to credit. venient for business people, also light golfers and will be missed by many of the surrounding towns and

Lake streets is nearing completion. I visit her home people.-Tavares Her house keeping. Delightful location the local members, especially by Dr. everybody knows good-natured, big
ald. I with or without board. Terms very Stagg, who will have to hold the fort John Ramke and the drinks he makes.
t. With the closing of Rollins College alone. The Gedge family is promi-
I reasonable. Address "C" Sen-
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Mrs. Frank Pounds and son, Frank, next week in Winter Park the cloister nent in Orlando social affairs and all
Brown & Lartigue, the clothiers,i] tinel office. 5-22 tf U.'D. C.'g WILL ENTERTAINThe :
Jr., returned last evening from a i life of this lovely park will be on, fora affiliated with every onward move
pleasant outing at Daytona. are advertising a ten days special'sale season. The squirrels and the few ment in the city make-up.
that ought to make men sit up residents who LOST-On the streets of Orlando- U. D. C.'s will entertain at
stay will enjoy simple a gold bar pin, rose diamond in
and take notice. Bridge afternoon from
Everything a man Tuesday fourto
Miss Lois Overstreet of Eustis life with as much fullness in the
as center. Finder please leave at Sen- PINE CASTLE VS LOCKHART
knock-down prices.All six o'clock at the home of Mrs.
wears at woodland solitudes tinel office. It W.
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. where only echoes
McCollum. Miss Overstreet was here the piping of the song birds and the The of ball I! T. Watson on Concord avenue. An
kinds of meats, chickens, etc.,I is No.227 game yesterday between admission fee of 25 cents will be
from Orlando, where she is attending drumming of the wild dove. Dr. Bennett's office phone Pine Castle and Lockhart was called
the Parlor Market today. Phone Sanitarium. used in the case and maintenance of
college.-Tavares Herald.Dr. at Brick Building, Orlando off the third
on inning
on account of
I a needy veteran, whom the chapteris
80. A full and complete line of everything 5152w. the accident to young Rodenbaugh.The .
I endeavoring to support. This is
Bennett's office phone is No.227, for the up-to-date housekeper to score stood 3 to 3. done in the
of
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium., Money to loan on improved prop- |j select from for Sunday dinner. Phone Shanibarger's for bicycles and name "sweet charity"and
those so inclined will be contri
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Gladys-I refused Fred two weeks
ago and he has been drinking heavily prices are said to be 20 per cent
Blnce. Ethel-Isn't it about time ha lower than a year ago. Notice tbe difference -
stopped celebrating? ?-Omaha Bee. THE MARKETOf

Tbe mining world is looking to 1913to
Answered. be a banner year in he productionof
Scboolfr.r t.>r"Wbat farm papers copper gold, silver iron, zinc and
does youri I her take? Son of the other metal and there is every reasonto Cleanliness Of Quality ;
Villape Ti.-uwad-Flrst mortgages-! believe tl.e mining world will not be x

Puck. disappointed.Butte Miner.

Every time you swat a fly at this FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Hope soar: nrijihten Says to come and r4I
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time of year you murder the ancestorof :
gird: the past-Moore.
memory
S.4.9.Sfiil':: that might have been.
:' d :; FISH AND GAME
Breaking In. But don't let the apparent cruelty of I t .
Mother-Dear me. the baby has swallowed this deter you. Even if you do kill an Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
a pIece. of worsted. Fatber- ancestor or two there will be several
Tbat's nothing to the yarns she'll have flies left-Milwaukee Sentinel. A Vacation Hint III
to swallow If she lives to grow up. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Before you buy a railroad ticket
and
The Royal Box. pure.
A True Mother. for this or that summer resort,
A true mother Is one who fears to 1L come in and look at our MidSummer
We invite inspection and
The mikado of Japan sleeps, like bis guarantee satisfaction We haveeverything
leave ber baby at bome lest papa pin subjects on a rug. with bamboo sticks Woolen line and let us makea
the clothes to it Instead of on it-Gal- for a pillov. cool Summer Outing Suit for j in the Meat Line.
teston News.
Tbe king of England will not allow
you.We
his daughter. Princess Mary, to weara make a specialty of Nor-
A Cruel Thrust. transparent yoke. folks and will be pleased to I The PARLOR MARKET
Tin true yon see me In reduced circumstances
The czar usually has for breakfasttea show a few of our latest .
now, but I once rode in you
and thin toast and the kaiser's I Ii I models.Men's '
my own carriage. breakfast generally consists of choco-
E M. Self
"Haf exclaimed he of the stony & Co.
late and toasted milk cakes.
heart "That must hare been before Fashion Shop
Queen Elizabeth of Roumania, better
you learned to walk.-Birmingham
known as the Poet Carmen Sylva, has ?
Age-Herald.8e ., Hand Building 18-20 PINE STREET
had a cataract removed recently from ,
one of her eyes, and it is said that she Cor. Church and Orange Orlando tI
who has three enemies malt
may possibly lose her sight
agree with two.-German Proverb. iiiiiini it ll (l'' ''ill '1 X1111 Illt C. Phone No. 80 I IIlllllllllllllllllllll
How the Pulse Varies. SIRES AND SONS.
The human pulse has rather a wide
but the be - -. IIIIIII Mil I
range, general average may Major W.X. McKelvey,Chicago, now -- -
put about as follows: At birth 140; at owns the sword of Balboa.Dr. BUSINESS BOOSTERS IMIIIIilMllilillMtMlTHE ,I11111 llllll' 1",1-, I IIIII Ilillllll i III..;;
sixteen to CLASSIFIED
two 100 at from
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years G. I.. Hogan of Los Angeles has
nineteen years, 80; at manhood 75; Business Boosters (classified advertisements -
old age, 60. There are, however great autographs of every president of the ) received after 10 o'clock,
variations consistent with health. Na United States. midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto Specials Thai Should Interest IY ouI

poleon's pulse is said to have been only John Dennis Lewis, aged seventy- Classify" column. :
forty-four in the minute. A case is two, of Philadelphia, believes himselfto Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately ONE CIGAR THAT
30 words-one time, 25 .
be the only surviving son of a Revolutionary
of of eighty-
also related a healthy man
cents three times 50 one week
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soldier in the United States.
seven whose pulse was seldom over (six daily and one wkly editions) :
thirty,(during the last two years of his Ralph C. Watrous, formerly lieutenant $1.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.0
life and sometimes not more than governor of Rhode Island, has been .
twenty-eight Another man of eighty- made the first president of the new FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger i
seven years of age enjoyed good health National Association of Allied Inter touring car. Large and roomy.
tnd spirits with a pulse of twenty- ests Pertaining to the Horse. i 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY I Good Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,,

line, and there Is also on record the Joseph Steinhart, known as the apple HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS
lot in Thornton Park, a nice
curious Instance of a man whose pulse king, having bandied as high as a suburb a in east part of the city. Carl : $5.00 per Square
in health was never more than forty- million dollars' worth of fruit in one i Jensen. I
five, and, to be consistent In his Inconsistency deal, trundled a pushcart in New York -

when he had fever his pulse and sold apples at two for a cent not OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision : 20 lb. Tin Roofing Put on Complete \
fell to forty instead of rising, as Is ] so many years ago. to the Northeast of the eity andI Get the best ,
usual still have some choice lots there. : cigar at five
Matthew of the six
Wellington, one
Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you $6.50 per Square
Nasik "boys" who carried the body of ,
"Talesman" In English Law.A want to
: smoke-judge for
David Livingstone from the heart of :
FOR RENT-Five cottage with :
talesman according to Englishlaw room yourself.
Africa to the coast is still living at I
all modern conveniences. Garagefor II
is a Juror summoned to fill a gap, I II I
Mombasa, British East Africa, and is I THE
and formerly, at any rate this was auto, or horse and buggy. Apply .
in the government service. 515 East street 5-15 tf :
often done by taking any suitable per- .
Charles Tether, discoverer of the II
son clrcumstantibus"who was present(in"such. court of tbe"Talesde by secret of cold storage, has recently GROVES TAKEN CARE OF : Made in Orlando and sold I HELMS HARDWARE

lt nderslt) were the first words of the I been decorated in Paris with the Legionof I I ; by all dealers .

order directing this process. Good Honor. His discovery was made in Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy : i COMPANY
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1876, but he tad to endure of
Plckwlcklans may remember that as I years hauling, etc. Having been engagedall I
only ten special Jurymen were present hardship and comparative poverty before my life in caring for groves, I am I lltlllitliUMIMMilMIM IMMItHMIMIMIIIIimiMillllimilltiMMI
on a memorable occasion, Mr. Serjeant I he could convince the Academic prepared to please you. Satisfactionin .
Butfuz "prayed a tales," whereupontwo l des Sciences that cold storage was every line of work. L. M. HALL, HMHMiilimitlMMMIMMiHMIMIMMtm+ Hi

of the common Jurymen one of I practical. 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
whom the unfortunate chemist 5.141 mo. 1
were pressed was into the servlce.- >ndon I Foreign Affairs. I WELCOME TO i Keep Cool \

Standard. FOR RENT-A seven-room house,
MVMM VVMVM VH* .** In 1452: the crescent In Europe Indicated Modern improvements. Fine loca
ROYAL PALM
j A Pertinent Query I a new moon. In 1913 it repre- tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply
The old gentleman looked Perley in sents the last quarter.-Kansas City 214 East Church St, Orlando, Fla.
the eye. Times. 5.183tFOR BARBER SHOPModem

"Can you support my daughter in "Chaperon fathers" are now commonin
the style to which she is accustomed The English society. The subjugationof SALE-Large Lot near Methodist and Complete. Fireless CookersAND
demanded."No man seems to be complete there.- Church. Whole or part. Withor

colonel I can't" replied Perley, Chicago RecordHerald."The without dwelling Address or wire. Everything new, individual
"but let me ask you, sir, could you lowest birth rate in Paris since E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf electric attachments at every

have done so at my ageT-Harper's ISGr foreshadows a coming scarcityof chair. No stone has been left
Weekly. "food for cannon," which, coupled FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow
unturned to make
fresh. G. W. Rinet residence this shop
with Socialist opposition, is calculatedto Apply
The Lure. Interefere with future French mIli- Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No. meet th requirements of the ELECTRIC FANSTO
20-22, Apopka, Fla. most of
"You're wanted at bome, father. tary programs.-New York World. d&w5.143t particular. Plenty
"Who says sor room. Courteous attendants.

"Did"Mother.she"say anything else?" Flippant Flings. HOUSE AND LOT-A bargain. Size ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, KEEP COOL WITH
lot 80 x 150 near lake on Hand Proprietor.
"She said if you didn't come at once
she'd come and fetch you." hardly The season knows is whether now here to when to the a man ball street Curly Pine.Seven Fruit room trees house and finished shrub-in Orange Are., .. .. Orlando, Fla.

geode"Come Blatter.on. boy. let's go home."-File- game Public or Ledger.get engaged.-go Philadelphia bery. reason$1,500 for if sold selling.within Box ten 659.daysGood [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS AND TOASTERS[

5-22 3t
. Some Britishers certainly have it in
More Reliable.
for this One lawmaker wantsto FOR COMFORT
country.
"Now, I want a canary that will sing LOST-On the principal streets of
right away and that will sing what I exile those militant suffragettes to ..Orlando a short black silk coat D
like, one that won't get the pip or die America.-Milwaukee News.A Finder return to McCullough's Department
the first week." poet in writing an ode to Wood- I Store and receive reward. EVERY

"Ton don't want a canary, my friend row Wilson, talks of "agitations sense- 193t. NTHIHnFEED T rl [ L[ [lLT[ L

What you Courier-Journal.want is a music box"-Louisville less still.test-That Denver isn't Republican.poetry-it's a sobriety LOST-Nickel cover for auto sparker. -I e CO11InL

__ n_ Finder please return at Sentinel -
office with name and address.
5-22 2t HAND BUILDING

IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers HUMMMMIillllilllllitiiii i

Owner call at Sentinel Office. -FOR- _
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HAVE LOST-Pair, of nose glasses with I
THE BEST STOCKOF
gold chain attacked. Finder please LIVE STOCK LIGHT THE;
leave at this office and receive reward.
17.3t,
I PATH TO PROSPERITY f
FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine LAUBACHThe
SpringClothing pedigreed stock. One year old. For I
further particulars, address, Mrs. T. .y u
P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Or- Grain Man.
I Merchants who
lando. d 3t w It! useJElectric Signs never lose

Church Street, Phone 18Shanibarger's I I their way by'choosing the wrong road to suc
"Make good" with good printing;
you can get it at the Sentinel Facilities cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

for the desired article unequaledin for bicycles and[ customers if youuse: an Electric Sign. It acts

this section. Phone 24. Sundries. tf: I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

Ever shown. This stock includes YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE trade within reach: That is the 'reason

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $tOo, AFTERIt
command the
attention of
MtflMIMMIIMHIIIIIIAutos I H. they buyers.
$4.50. is your business that we want.

It will be a pleasure, to show Ours is the service that you need in : i ;
your business. For Every Store Owner !
the difference ;
between
you our Now is the time to make your plansso For Rent at

goods and others you may see. as to share in Orlando's prosperitygood No matter how small his business, the Elec-

We are behind piece of I printing brings good business. Any Hour
every
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and
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merchandise we sell and same
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must give you satisfaction.See youReach for
the Telephone.The Seven Passenger for our Sign Designer to call and submit -
our stock of STRAW Sentinel, 107 Court Street,
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The a The rigid Story of colonel martinet his of bin room a of Martinet and,when an i is a sitting English Sword., ;looking Colonel at regiment the,:out a Cap window he.. ORLANDO\ O tK t\ K & TRUST I COMPANY t\ I Lucerne Theatre



sees a captain crovin;: the l arrack: |
yard toward the rate Looking: at him t Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .

closely he is shucked to observe that. j
the rules and regulations; to the con. I Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million. MOTION PICTURESTODAY'S

trary notwithstanding; the CIIIIIiI' !
does, not carry a sword. : Statement of the Orlando Bank and

"Captain! be calls from the win -.-. ._-
dow. "Hi, captain. step up tn my 4'-j, ,..jfi.r--.l.: Trust Co., at Close of Business I
I" '
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room for a moment, will you'*" \ April 16th, 1913-The Ser. I PROGRAM
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The captain obeys promptly borrows I .
a sword of the officer of the guard the j k'"..r. ;r4Jt .1 J:. nth AinlTersiry of ,
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guardroom King at the foot of the < 4tl- Its Existence Special Feature Program To-day arranged especially
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stairs, and presents himself, to the, .t #.--to..r.: : ....'Jc.. '.ti.- (for Children as well as Adults.
Colonel lln irreproachable dr h K

The colonel is somewhat surprised to I' ,':" .,.}1:. %'t.'-r..;;:ak /THE CHANELING" . . . . . . . Thanhouser
see the sword in its place and, havingto ..fr,.!'!. t 1# .1" RESOURCES
: ,, I Presenting, for the first time in Orlando LITTLE
invent some pretext for calling his ;, tt..... MISS
subordinate back say, with some con ,; ::!,.. .. 't .t Loins and Discounts.. ...f 388,197JS I ADELAIDE DEVOIDE, the foremost and highest paid
fusion; "Ile;; your pardon, captain I, i :... ,e- .4 Overdrafts .............. 92182 I I child artist in the world, now playing exclusively in Than-
...-1; I houser productions. One of the finest pictures ever offered
but really I've forgotten; what it wasI I : ? I
Real Estate Furniture
,
I It : to our many patrons, portraying the first "dual
person-
wanted to speak( to you about. However ... .::" ...- ...'.'1. and. tU. ......... .r EIIJpu::3.4d I I ality" role ever attempted by a child artist. Don't let the 1
it can't have been very import" fs r '..J.ll.i .fJ \ Stocks ittaBands .. .... .. 26,01843 I children miss the opportunity of seeing this clever and
tant. It'll Good morning. (
keep.
: : wonderfully talented little actress.
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The captain salutes, departs, returns '- Cub on hand and in Banks 36,267.61 .

the sword to its owner and is making w I : "THE HALF ORPHANS" . . . . . .. . Majestic
off across: the barrack yard where he Total ............,...$789,260.68J'i A refined
delightfully original, comedy, by MISS MARION
again comes within range of the colonel's BROOKS in
which the
clever
LIABILITIES Majestic comedians are seen
vision. ) at their brightest and best offering.
The colonel rubs his eyes,
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says softly to himself'Ilow in Capital 100000.00 "THE MAN EATER" . . Stupendous Lux FeatureA
der Is this? lie hasn't a sword stareS'1 I (; f -- F Surplus and UndhidW

waist! then calls aloud: e Profits .. ......... ..... 244 this sensational feature. Its like has never before
HI, captain! One moment, please! I ,Deport ... ..... ... .... 65.11Ui been seen in this city. Truly a picture that will long be
The captain returns, borrows the remembered by those who witness it.

sword again, mounts the stairs and ;t Total ................$..!eO."
enters the colonel's presence. His com- SPECIAL MATINEE 3 to 5 p. m. Five cents to all.
manding officer stares at him intently.He .1 '
has a sword; he sees it; he hearsIt ,. A;.
clank. Deposit April 4, H18..l ,m.. I Admission 5 and lOc
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"Captain, he stammers, growing
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very hot, "It's ridjculous, you know,
but-ha! ha!-I'd just remembered what I UsiUi SUI Grata, State and Duty Deftdtery Increase la 11 days ......$.T2 iiMIIMMIMMilHIItlMIHtlMHIM HMIMMHMMtMtltlMHIilltlllMMimHtlMMtMHIiim

I wanted to say to you, and now-ha! I .uua.J
ha-it's gone out of my head again! -- 0 0
Funny, isn't it? Ha, ha, ha! Losing *
my memory. Never mind. I'll think !!

of It and write you. Good morning." .MitllttMMItHltiimitMMIMIMIIMMIIIIttltMMMIIIIttllMIIIMIIMMI I ORLANDO

The captain salutes, departs, returns I I .
the sword to its owner and makes for

the yard gate.the colonel As he calls crosses his the wife barrack to his to W. M. SLEMONS : USINESS COLLEG EI

side there?and" says, "See that officer out

"Yes.' I II a
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"Has he got a sword on?"
The colonel's wife adjusts her eye- I MODERN COURSES IN
glass upon him, scans him keenly and : Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00.

says The, "He colonel hasn't!: "That's a taste just of where a sword.you : Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan 'Shoes at $3,50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, Gun Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-

fool yourself. Yes, he has. : Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3,50.Ve have new styles and poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

-Trials. :. best quality. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

.
Trials teach us what we are. They Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
dig up th> soil and let us see what we : Do You Want Suit PantsWe
are made of; they just turn up some of a Boys' or Boys' Branches of Civil Service.

the ill w\eds on to the surface.-Spur- .

geon. : have a new stock to select from The Men's Suits that we sell made by
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced

A Quick Answer :. Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,

An English; tourist was sightseeingin : : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

Ireland the Devil's, and the gap,guide the Devil's had pointedout peak : merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu

and the Devil's leap to him. "Pat," : The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and ates.
he said, "the devil seems to have a
great deal of property In this district. : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. Patronize Home Institutions.

"He has, sir," replied the guide; "but, ..
sure, he's like all the landlords-he
lives In England." : Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits
For Prices and Terms call on or address:
.

The story Spoiled is told the of Effect the late Mr.

Auguste Van Biene that once as be SLEMONSHMMIMMtliMMMtMMMHMtMMMMMIIMH Or1alio BllSille Co11ee
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handed him change for a twenty pound
cote that he had wanted cashed. The
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In the course of his part he had to l at: I t" : ;
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kissin' ? Asked for her band but tried the store of any of the
their :
new gauze
worth $l ,OOO a year.
be out his handker dealers earned below.
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Amazement while the audience howled. the German embassy in London. -Brooklyn Eagle. FOR SALE BY
Good For Parson.
a
Miss Sybilla Schnatz who fell ill of typhoid ;
Selling Efficiency A number of clergymen were goingto
fever in when
An Invalid's Craving. Philadelphia twen- "An alert resourcefulness is the hall- luncheon one day after some eccle-
I
old, is still in the
ty-one years hospitalto
Speaker Champ Clark has a friend mark of the efficient salesman or saleswoman siastical function when an unctuous
who struck Washington In bad health which she was taken at that time, ," said Jerome S. McWade in dignitary remarked: Orlando Novelty WorksThe
eighty old. She has I
though
now years .
and without funds. lIe became so 111 one of his noonday talks to the business "Now to put a bridle on our appetites
been unable to move for fifty-nine
that Mr. Clark sent him to a hospitalA men of Duluth. !"

few days later the speaker received years. I Mr McWade, smiling. then added: Quick as a dash another retorted:
this letter from the Invalid: The lIon. Elaine Jenkins, who has "That was an t'tfidtntIE'"oman i "Say, rather, now to put a bit be
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the makings, bag of tobacco and book I the only woman director of a British "'Help, help: Tiee! limkvn my __ _
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of Sir Walter Scott's novels.P. arm.
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1II11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 THE PLACES OF WORSHIP JJiiliillllllltMMMli

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C. Massey, President -

T. Pleton WarUw, Vle -Pm. E. WatmHov. CuUv METHODIST.
Howard C. Babcock. Aw't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Aw't CuUcr .
J. E. Wray, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. C. E.

THESTATE Howard Preaching, superintendent.by the pastor, 11 a, m.; What is the

subject, "How Israel Built the Tem-
ple." Anthem by the choir.
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A.
BANK Hoffner, president. CHRISTMAS SAVING

Preaching service at 7:30 p. m.;
subject, "Sam Jones, the Man and
His Message." Anthem by the choir.
of OrlandoTHE Solo by Miss McQuarters. CLUB ?
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.A .
cordial welcome to everybody.

OLDEST BANK 1N1THE CITY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Merely a"number 01! people who arrange to systematicallysave

-AND- certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-

Dr. C. T. Douglas will preach both surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
morning and evening. Morning service -
The Bank which transacts more business than at 11 o'clock; subject, "The Secretof Christmas for e\'ery penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Success in the Work of the '
"
Church.
Sunday school at 9:30. 0. H. Fink,

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up superintendent.

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound B.Evening Y. P. U.service, at 6:30.at 7:30; subject, You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate "A Royal Reception."

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis There will be special music by the The 2 cents the first I
choir.
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Everybody welcome.St. week "club" nets you M'llti

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000.
Luke's Cathedral
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.
I FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTSOur First Sunday after Trinity.
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. IT IS WORTH WHILE !
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning Prayer.
correspondent banks are located in every part of 11:00: Holy Communion and ser
mon. f$ Call at'thelChristmas: : Savings Club Window and 1 let f us explain it more folly,
the world.and include some of the largest Banks iri the .
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and i or better still join some dub now.
United States. lecture; subject, "Belief in God." This .
will be the first of a course of lectureson
IlillililiilllimiHIMMIIIIMIIIIIillMHMRS. the Apostle's Creed.
A cordial welcome for everyone at

.-M : ENTERTAINS FOR HOW SWEET. I all services. Good music. if The Peoples National Bank
MISS SCOEFIELD The 11 o'clock service will be the
How sweet 'twould be annual service for the Cathedral _.
Another pretty party was given for To take a trip School, Rev. R. P. Cobb preaching the "It is a pleasure to serve you."
Miss Scoefield, the popular house- And never have Baccalaureate sermon.
guest of Mrs. L. G. Starbuck, yester- To give a tip.Birmingham .
day afternoon by Mrs. Philip Slemons Age-Herald. Emmanuel Baptist. SI StISItIllIOlI I" +'t iiiiiiiuiuiiuu": : '"" "'utt
who entertained a number of her OSIIISSISI111
friends with Auction Bridge. How sweet 'twould be Morning service, 11 o'clock; subject,
The scoring was done on the daintiest To take a dip "The Secret of Success in the Work MlililiiMH ilMMIMIMMIIIIiMiMMMMIIMMMMmiimiHIitliU
_ of hand colored cards, each one And never fear of the Church."
depicting a Chinese scene, and bearingan The suit might rip. Evening service, 7:30, subject, "A
appropriate verse. The first prizea -Youngstown Telegram.How Royal Reception."
fern in a pretty jardiniere, was won Sunday school, 9:30. AT THE
by Mrs. George McCulloch; the con- sweet 'twould be Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening -
solation, a pink satin vanity case, go- To sail a ship at 7:30.
ing to Miss Grace Holt Miss Scoe- And on your breakFast -
field was given a dainty handker hold your grip. THE POWER OF THE PRESS.

chief.Mrs. Slemons was assisted in the -Milwaukee Sentinel. (By Alvin-Joseph Meyer.) lIidd n Hn nd ::1 l

serving of punch, cherry cream and How sweet 'twould be The newspaper and the periodical
cake by Mrs. Starbuck, Mrs. Way and To have a hip today is more educational than ever,
Mrs. Arthur Butt That wouldn't let because it is too vast a
Roses and dahlias were used most Your trousers slip.Springfield concern to be the mere instrument of
attractively in the drawing rooms and Union. any single personality or any singleclique
veranda where the players were seat however powerful; it has become -
ed. The guests included Misses Scoe How sweet 'twould be a property instead of a plaything -
field, Grace and Marion Holt, Hat- To take anip it is devoted to the public i interest -
tie Hudson, Margaret Hart and Mesdames That left no oDor and is more clearly the representative We will auction $1000.00 worth of
Starbuck, Watson, Campbell, on the lip. of the public, because it is
Dow, George Nolan, Joseph Bumby, -Peoria Herald-Transcript too great to live on the favor of a
George McCulloch, W. S. Branch, few as it once did; it is more independent remnants at prices that will be offered
Florence Hudson, S. E. Ives, Jr., Har Hew sweet-'twould be and fairer in politics, because i
ry Beeman, Wm. Davis, Lege, S. Y. To take a whip to attain first rank it must
Way, Ben Drew, Goodrich, Coleman, And swat the Leg have the respect of people of all,
E. W. Lott, W. M. Slemons and Rich Islature-Zip!! parties.The by the people. No bid restricted.
ard Marks. press is more scrupulous and
onservative in all respects than ever
ATLANTIC BEACH.In .
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT before, because an immense capitalis SATURDAY MAY 24th )
always at stake. It is more i influential ,
our weekly edition will be foundan
than ever not only because
advertisement of Atlantic Beach,
The principal Commencement exer it is more widely read and more
the
city by the This
sea. new summer
cises of this excellent institution be city is located only seventeen miles varied in its interests, but also >because ,.. ., 10 a. m. and 7 p m.. .
sides that of last evening, are plannedas from Jacksonville and is connected its opinion carry the weightof
follows: with business capacity and success, as .
that city by hard surfaced road
Tomorrow, Sunday, morning, the and by rail. Those who have visited well as intellectual acumen. Thereare All be on hand
Baccalaureate sermon will be preached Atlantic Beach know what an inviting newspapers, however, that are inspired i
in St. Luke's Cathedral at the 11 place it is to spend a summer. more by greed than they are '
o'clock service by Rev. R. P. Cobb, With its miles of sea shore, splendidsurf by the sacredness of their duty to
Principal of the School. the public. They have sprung up
bathing and woodland quietude*
On Monday evenng, May 25th, a is furnished an ideal summer retreat within the past few years and are
play will be given in Cluett Hall by and comfortable home identified as "yellow journals." They
many summer ?
members of the School under the'err pander to the morbid taste of their
are being built.
able guidance of Miss Elizabeth Smith readers and deliberately set about inflaming N. P. YOWELL
through whose careful training th the passions of men and
pupils have made marked progress i in elC. S. SENIORS TREAT JUXIOnSThe women. And there are periodicals
elocution. This play is "The Russian engaged in the same business, their ,- ..-
Honeymoon," and all friends of the Senior Class of the CathedralSchool main purpose being to make themselves
School are invited to attend, the hour Misses Ethel and Lois Over popular with lovers of the sensational
set being 8:15. street, Pauline Nuckolls, Marion Stou so that their circulation maybe THE
A banquet will be given by the der and Doris Perry, gave a farewell built up to a high figure and the
Faculty to the Seniors early Tuesday party last evening in Cluett Hall i in advertiser induced to patronize their
evening at the San Juan, and the honor of the Juniors, the Faculty being columns at a high rate. To such as .
same evening will be "Class Night"at included by especial invitation. these, facts and the truth are of 1 little BIG WHITE
the School, the Seniors giving the The first part of the entertainment importance. Character and reputation
customary "Class History, Prophecy,, embraced several witty and original are of little account. They invade
:Will, etc." "Minstrel Sketches," which provoke the home and ruthlessly outrageit
The final Commencement, with much laughter and applause from the They occupy the same position in STORE
awarding! of diplomas, an address b. spectators, who were later taken to the field of journalism that the dime{ '.
Dean Sherrod and other interesting the "movies" and ice-cream parlors. novel for years occupied in the field
features, will be on Wednesday evening The class of '13 is composed of five of literature. That they are i influential 'r i -ii
at 8:15. A cordial invitation is attractive and popular young ladies: can not be denied, but the evil 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111113",11.
extended for these three evenings to and the party for which they were they do far outmeasures the good ac ..
all who are interested in the School. hostesses was a delightful affair. complished. It is a reason for great
On next Tuesday evening, just be rejoicing that newspapers and periodicals -, graduates from all over the United Symphony Orchestra, who formerly AT THE FAVORITE TODAY
Pay-as-you-enter street cars have fore the "Class Night" exercises, the of this class are greatly in the States, began its two days' session.At served in a like capacity with the I"",P
been installed in St Augustine, and Faculty will entertain the Senior minority. 4 p. m., following the business Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Three fine reels today. tj,
as usual, the people are not satisfied. with a dinner at the San Juan. session the delegates to the conven- book written by Eugene H. Angert, a "The Ranchman's WooingFron-
to Sunset local lawyer, and his sister, Miss Josephine tier, a beautiful photo play,
This is generally the case at first, tion will be taken in autos
CONVENTION OF HARVARD
but after a fair trial they always In an effort to have the new depot Inn, where a luncheon will be servedon Angert.T. "Apartment 13-Gem, comedy,
"The
prove popular. of the Louisville and Nashville r ailSt.. Louis, May 23.-Starting with the veranda of the Inn. Tonight I of the mountains.Silent CallNester, romance
road in "The Perpetual Student," a musical J. has not barrelof
Pensacola ready for use early: a luncheon at the Hotel Jefferson at Shepard got a Open 2toland
The first for the in June will be staged by the membersof has barrel of 7to10pm.
tarpon season has increased force of workmen noon today followed by a business play, money, but got a Five
cents
landed at Sarasota have been the St. Louis Harvard Club. The This is from the to all.
been and George I employed and if nothing meeting, the seventeenth annual convention honey. honey Apa-
Townsend won the trophy. The prizetipped will be opened to the public by the and reunion of the Associated music of the piece was composed by lachicola River Valley and very fine.
the scales at 123 pounds. I middle of June. Harvard Clubs, composed of Harvard' Max Zach, conductor of the St. Louis 1 qt, 35e, 3 qts. $1.00.4 qts |1.25. Subscribe for the SentineLLouis


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