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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 28, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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THE DAILY SENTINEL




THE PEOPLE'S PAPER __

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

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28TH, 1913.
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P ARROrr NAMW NfGRO AUSTIN IS ANNUAl RfUNIONOf y COL L ROOSEVELT TON THE VICTORS POllCfMAN SnOT




J HEAD -Of SYSTEM KILLEDBY. POSSE GRAY-YfURANS ON \WITNfSS- STAND,I II iBLONG I [ I! SPOILS 1 \WITH OWN\ GUN


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DEAD MAGNATE SO DIRECTS RETURNING MEMBERS OF PARTY LARGE I.
NUMBERS OF OLD SOLDIERS TWICE PRESIDENT OF UNITED'
SON GETS $ ,OOOOOO IN STOCKS I IN AUGUSTA TELL STORY OF I ASSEMBLE IN CHATTANOOGA I STATES DECLARES liE WAS ]i HOT FIGHT TO BY TURN SOUTHERN OUT ARMY DEMOCRATS |:,' CONSIDINE OR OFFERED IT TO ..tCT.UELI'N .

BULK OF ESTATE GOES TO C.\PTURE-IX GEORGIA FOR THEIR TWEN j I NEVER UNDER INFLUENCE DURING QUARREL
OF
REPUBLICANS DESPITE OVER
HIS
FLAGLER'S WIDOW SWAMPS TY-TIIIRD REUNION I I OF LIQUOR IN HIS LIFt CIVIL SERVICE I ATTENTIONS TO

Henry M. Flagler's will was filed Augusta, Ga., May .-That Richard Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27.-More i Special to the Sentinel +I Ii i i i i TilE LATTER'S WIFE
Washington '
today in St. Augustine. Under it, J. Henry Austin, the negro murderer than 7,000 veterans and a much larger Marquette, Mich., May 27.-Colonel May 27.-President o! New York May 27.-"It that's then
R. Parrott is to remain at the head of from Hampton county, South Carolina number of sponsors, maids of honor I Theodore Roosevelt, twice president i Woodrow Wilson, a sincere believer i II way yea feel about it, Jim, take my
the Florida East Coasta Railroad so who killed Dr. S. C. Moore, and visitors were present today at!of the United States, took the witness !I I the Civil Service, is having to sit I gun and kill me."
long as he may desire. This provisionis Magistrate Edenfield and Mr. Victor the opening of the twenty-third an ) stand today and defended himself un : mighty tight on the lid of the classified I I As he said these words at 1 o'clock
in recognition of his long and faith Bowers several weeks ago, was him- nual United Confederate Veterans' re-II,der oath against the allegations of: service to keep' it from blowing I jesterday morning, Policeman Patrick
ful service, and great executive abil self killed by a posse in the swamps union. I drunkenness. Col. Roosevelt said,I off. Petition :!:\-: nelition to have I Considine of Cliffsdale, N. J., extend
ity, displayed in handling Mr. Flag nearly twenty miles below Sylvania, Threatening clouds for a time led I with great earnestness, he never drank the bars thrown down and let the ed his revolver to James Delvin, an
ler's properties.The in Scriven county, Georgia, early Mon many to fear that the elaborate program '. highballs or cocktails in his life; that I Democrats. in is coming to Washington. -I I actor. The men faced one another
estate is estimated to be worth day night, is the story told in Augusta for the first day might be interfered I he had never been under the influ '( in the parlor of Delvin's home at Hudson -
between $60,000,000 and $70,000,000, today by members of the posse returning with, but uneasiness later waspartially ence of liquor to the lightest degree I il For weeks there have been rumblings Heights, near Cliffsdale, .while)
most of which goes to the widow. His to their home in South Car dispelled when the sun flashed '! and that while not a, total abstainer, from the South and West about'!I Mrs. Delvin, an actress and the cause
son will receive 5,000 shares of Stand- I olina. through the clouds and sparkled on :> he was very nearly one. I I the lack of places for Democrats. Congressman ''of the trouble, watched them rigid

and Oil of New Jersey stock said to Austin was pursued by men and the bright acoutrements of the United | In the fifteen years, he declared, have been criticised for i with terror.
their
be valued at $5,000,000.J. I dogs until he had to leave the swamp. States cavalry. As the troops rode he had consumed less than a dozen seeming indifference towardtheir Delvin grabbed the weapon and firedpoint
R. Parrott, W. H. Bardsley and In crossing an open space and while along Market street to the accompaniment i' drinks of whiskey and then usually supporters. blank at Considine, who had been
William Keenan, a brother of Mrs. trying to get into an adjoining section of martial music there was a |under the doctor's orders, the whis- Lee A crisis has been reached: Senator one of his best friends. The bullet
Flagler are named trustees under the ''of the swamp, bullets from revolvers striking contrast between the dapper I key being measured in graduating S. Overman of North Carolina, is i I entered just below the heart and Con-
ready to blow the lid off I I
will, which includes among the other'and rifles and buckshot from the bar- young soldiers and the grizzled veterans I glasses. regardless of sidine fell on a couch.
what
bequests, a gift of $75,000 to the., rels breech-loading. shotguns shot who lined the sidewalks to witnessthe I He never took two drinks of whiskey follows. He has prepared a resolution Considine at a late hour last night
Memorial Presbyterian church, of St. I him down. spectacle. in the same day and while at state I which, if passed by Congress,.I was said to have been dying in theNorth

Augustine, $60,000 to the Universityof | The story is told graphically by a Led by Col. James Lockett, the cavalrymen banquets, he sometimes took a single would accomplish two things: Hudson Hospital, Union Hill,
Florida, and $75,000 to StetsonUniversity. a gentleman who was present, but, whoi from Fort Oglethorpe formedin 'glass of champagne in obedience to fourth-class First-Suspend the order placing I I where he had been rushed by automobile -
i account of his business line custom but postmasters under the', soon after the shooting.
i on connections, on the outskirts of the cityin never had wine on his Delvin
As a token of his personal esteem refuses to allow his name to be used. the vicinity of Chicamauga Park. private table. On two occasions the f Civil Service until March 10, 1917. I is locked up in the Bergen county jail

for J. R. Parrott, and in recognitionof i This gentleman arrived in Augustaat Winding in an dout among the streetsof Colonel drank mint juleps away from I Civil Second-Remove> protection of t helot I II Hackensack. Mrs. Delvin is under
his long service with the Florida 1 o'clock this morning in an auto- the city they finally pased in review Washington, once in St. Louis and.I of Service from the deputy collectors arrest there as a material witness.
East Coast Railroad, Mr. Flagler ;, bile. He was accompanied by two I before the stands which had again in Little Rock. :''a internal revenue, constituting i The shooting was the result of stories -
leaves him $100,000. In reference to other gentlemen fhom Hampton county been erected along Broad street in the Other witnesses examined during small army of men. which reached Delvin four daysago
the bequest to the University of Florida who verified the story. They exhibited heart of the business district. the day were men of national prominence I South.The greatest A citizen protest of Arkansas is from the I'I to the effect that Constantine was
,attention is called to the fact that two shells from double-bar After witnessing the parade a majority who had been intimates with here came I I paying far too much attention to Mrs.
.. Mr. Flagler made the institution a reled shotgun, loaded with buckshot, of the large crowd proceededto Mr. Roosevelt for years and who testified yesterday to present a petition Delvin.
gift of $20,000 some years ago. that were taken from Augusta. The the city auditorium where welcoming they had never seen him under signed Postmaster by about 10,000 people asking When Chief of Police John Fox and
Other bequests include one of $10- negro had only two left. Those that addresses and responses markedthe the influence of liquor and that he General Burleson to re- Policeman John Rouan entered the
000 to James Maguire, who has long I'were in his gun and both the gun and first official gathering of the vet only drank champagne at state banquets place South all negro mail clerks in the parlor at 1:30, the wounded police
with
white
been connected with the East Coast the shells were identified as those possessed erans' organization at the present re- ; white wine to the extent of men. man's gun lay on the centre table.
Railroad's hotel system; W. H. Chambers i by the Magistrate Edenfield union.A one glass at formal dinners and no Ex-Congressman Richard N. Hack- Neither Delvin nor Constantine would
comptroller of the Florida East 1 I when he was shot. After shooting number of interesting events arescheduled alchoholics of any kind at his own ett of North Carolina, is here to protest j i discuss the shooting.
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Coast Railroad, $5,000, and R. P. Goff, Edenfield, Austin procured his gun for this afternoon and to- table. I,I against the appointment of three
former superintendent of the road, and the shells that he had. night. These include the sponsors' The day concluded with the readspon g I Republicans Wilkes to fourth class postoffficesin I BATH COSTS HER $108.02
$5,000.In There were about two hundred men I rade and a garden party for the s of depositions from two doctors who I I that county. Mr. Hackett charges -
addition, there are many smaller in the vicinity at the time of the sors and visitors at Warner Park thisafternoon attended Mr. Roosevelt after the Republican Post-Office Inspectors +|I Boston, May 27.-Mrs. Mary Gara-
bequests to friends and servants of r shooting,. but no one of the twenty or while tonight,_the veterans shooting in Milwaukee. The depositions Service who are protected by the Civil I.I bedian says her bath at the Cambridge
Mr. Flagler. All the rest of the es more who actually shot at Austin will be guests of the United Daughters stated that the examinations are selecting men of their I Field Club Public Bath house cost her
r own party to fill
vacancies.
tate, including all of the vast railroad knows who killed him. of the Confederacy at a recep both made of Mr. Roosevelt they were J $108.02 yesterday. Said Mrs. Gara-
interests of the dead magnate, are tion. convinced that he -almost a total from Hundreds of protests are coming j I I: bedian."I .
bequeathed to the widow. McCARTY'S REMAINS SENT abstainer and showed not the slightest every Southern State. went to the bath house and paid
The will was made in 1898, and HOME FAST FLIGHT traces of ever having indulged in al- President Wilson is not disposed to I two cents for a piece of soap and atowel.
turn his
party into an army of political Instead
bears six codicils. cholics. .I of giving my valua-
One significa.nt feature of the willis ,Special to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel 1 I It is expected that all witnesses for i spoilsmen, but some of his Cabinet bles"to the clerk, I hid them in one of
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that nothing is left to the Flagler i i Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May Rome, Italy, May 27.-The Calian the prosecution will complete their members have begun to realize i my shoes, placing there $78 in bills,
Hospital.The -The body of Luther McCarty, t 27'1 aviators, Deroy and Cevasco, made a testimony tomorrow.CONFEDERATE. I that there is danger of arousing a bit ;, a $5 gold piece and a diamond ring
will is quite volumnious and pugilist who was killed in the ri ng I fast flight in a monoplane today from I I I. ter feeling in some of the States. valued at $25. When I came back,

technical in its wording, but the above i: here, Saturday, was shipped to his Milan to Rome. They covered 410 i I VETERAN'S the articles were gone, although the
are the salient features and the principal ;\ home in Ohio tonight. Edward W. miles in six hours and seven minutes.!I REUNION I WOMAN KILLS PARAMOUR I i shoe remained."
beneficiaries.-Jacksonville b le- Smith, Chicago, who referred the I i I I; According to the calculators at
tropolis. fight and William McCarney, SIcC arFAMOUS: HORSEMAN DEAD i i I Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27.-The Sioux Falls, S. D., May .-Dr. E.I Cambridge Police Headquarters, Mrs.
ty's manager, accompany the re twenty-third reunion of the United L Moore, aged 35, State veterinary II Garabedian is out exactly the priceof
PLAN TO SOLVE DEADLOCK mains. They will be met by McCar- Special to the Sentinel I'I Confederate Veterans began here to and instructor in the vetinary department -I 5,101 baths.
'ty's widow at Clear River, N. D. '!' Lexington, Ky., May 27.-John Rod- day. This is the second time that of the State Agriculture I I
London, May 27.-A plan is under Pelky, McCarty's opponent and' egap, probably the most famous Chattanooga('I has been host of those College, at Brookings, was shot and KILLED A TEAMSTER i
discussion here for solving the deadlock I Tommy Burns, promoter of the prizefight ive trainer of thoroughbred horses,I I who followed the stars and bars. killed by Mrs. Mae Allen 32 years old, !?! -
in regard to the signature of the were arraingned today on a died here today. former occasion was in 1890. It 1eof is Aberdeen, last night in a boarding j I Special to the Sentinel
peace treaty between Turkey and the I charge of manslaughter and bound i[ fitting that the Tennessee city shouldbe i house here. The woman then fired i Terre Haute, Ind., May 27.Emil
Balkan States. over for trial at the fall assizes. Bothwere BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I the rallying place of the Southern two shots into her own body and lies I I Ehrmann, proprietor of the Ehrmann

The European powers recommended : released on $1,000 bail. Ed LEAGUES .1!I[ Veterans this years as it is the fiftieth dying in a hospital. A quarrel between ;! Manufacturing Company tonight shot
those States which are ready to sign!I Smith and McCarney held on $500 hail t .a. :i Ii,' anniversary year of the battles the two, half an hour before the!' and killed Edward Wade, a teamster,
Sir Edward Grey's draft treaty without 'each as material witnesses. Special to the Sentinel. ): ::1 J1{[t of Missionary Ridge and Lookout ,' tragedy, led up to the.shooting. The 'I who interfered during the trouble between -
waiting for their allies. It is'' National t 1[:.Mountain in .which>forty-five thousand woman left a note which read: "Take i,I Ehrmann and a girl striker on

pointed out tha t Bulgaria could thus MCCARTHY'S WIDOW TO GET ESTATE Pittsburg-Cincinnati, rain. ':,r..:: ?"= rm I JeU. ;eithe;::kyie/J-.or"wounded.r care of my remains. Take care of us ii i picket duty at the overall factory.
conclude terms with Turkey and the I, Brooklyn-Philadelphia, rain. ",1. The main, t tbiHg! ,lio be considered both.*" t7" : i' Ehrmann was arrested. He declared.
powers could then devote their attention i Boston, 1; New York, 0, 1st g a meat;.; the present'/jrfc'uinon: is the building The story'of a secr .1oYe affair was j i he'shot. in self defense.. .
to inducing the recalitrant Statesto I Fargo, N. D., May27.Mrs. Luther Boston, 5; New York, 2, 2nd g ame.- ':of a:joint t pteuiotial'hall dedicated to revealed by quantities of The shooting attracted a crowd of
sign. I McCarthy, widow of the late prizefighter Chicago, 2; St. Louis, 1. :*':!,I t''the soldiers; of both the North and ence found in the woman's correspond-I'I three thousand to the plant and there
Sir Edward Grey, the British foreign i may receive\ $65,000, the American '*,.f South Moore has a wife and three children were threats of violence when the
secretary, received the peace delegates -' amount of the fortune left by her hus St. Louis, 3; Detroit, 2. i:;, ,;+*; The plait. as discussed here living at Brookings. Mrs. Allen and II police hurried to the scene and threw
separately today and urged band. Philadelphia, 8; Washington, 0;'I st.i i I by General- Bennett H. Young, Cam husband separated several months i a guard about the rear door while

them to sign the draft treaty, but the" Mrs. McCarthy received a telegrami game. Philadelphia, 7; Washington: ,,'niander of the U. C. V., is .to build ifmemoiiai ago. Ehrmann was taken in an automo-
Greek delegates replied that they must I i I yesterday from attorneys in Chi 1, 2nd. game. i! ; arch to cost not less than !' bile.
refer the question to their government saying that her husband's estate saould Cleveland-Chicago, two games, rain. t$2,000,000, dedicated to American FACTS VS. FICTION I Ii
II amount to about $65,000 and that she New Yark-Boston, two games, rain/valor: and to peace which now exists !i WANT UNIFORM FACTORY LAWS
would be able to claim the money if South Atlantic 'I'f between former foes. Mr. Mahlone Gore makes a suggestion t -

CRAZED WORKER STABS 31 ANa were taken at once. Mrs. McCarthy Savannah, 1; Charleston, 0. '!,k|l. Another! proposition is to build a that certainly has sound doc- '! Philadelphia, May 27.-Philadelphia
AGER conferred with an attorney,] Jacksonville, 4; Macon,,2. "Y memorial! hall, located in Chattanooga. trine in it. He suggests that less I Textile Manufacturing Association at
New York, May 27.-Eb n Carmichael who later left for Chicago. Albany, 6; Columbus, 3: "'I\fThis hall to contain the relics of both money be spent on picture booksmien and i I a largely atended meeting here today
an envelope addresser of the !I s I No games played in the Carolina I'' the Northern and Southern ar more be; spent in printed literature agreed to launch a campaign for uni
Current Literature Publishing Company -''I --.;... '" "Association.,. ",( .si j d.cJi; i Tfl try Berated to the history that gives exact data concerning Florida -I form factory laws in all the big in
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committed suicide by hanging METHODIST DINNER ,r of the memorable conflict. The buildjing I crops, giving exact facts and fig :' dustrial States and determined to invite
himself in a police station cell during GET lOUR/ BOOKLET 'i ,is alsovtc have a large auditorium ures that are reliable. He suggests 'N. the National Child Labor Committee
the night. In the presence of several I I The ladies of the Methodist churchof i i the entire building to be erected b'a I' small inexpensive four leaf folder' and the Consumers' League
hundred girl employees of the publishimg I I this city will serve a chicken pillau Manager Magruder wishes to announce the Cay: of Chattanoo.ru assisted: i I liy that will slip into an envelope. Mr.1! to co-operate with them.
company yesterday, Carmichael dinner in the Orland dining rooms on that his ticket-books are now the governm ji Gore is a great traveler and comes in ;
t became insane, jumped from behinda Church street Saturday evening from ready and he has endeavored to place :|i The Sponsor for the South this touch with people from all parts of i! MICHIGAN WOMEN WRITERS
pile of magazines where he had been 6 to 10 o'clock. A good big dinner the price of these books in the reach'' year is Miss Kate Daffan, of Austin, the country and is qualified to speak -
hiding and twice stabbed in the back will be served. Also ice cream and of all. $2.00 ticket-books for 50 cents Texas. Miss Daffan is one of the on this subject. It is his opinion that I Detroit, Mich., May 27.-The twen
Conrad Braun, the subscription manager cake. This is undoubtedly the biggest bargain I most prominent young women of the picture business has been so greatly I ty-third annual meeting of the Michigan
Braun probably will die. The ladies hope to have a liberal ever offered the theatre-going Texas being the former State Presi- over worked that but few people Women's Press Association met
patronage from the public and they public of Orlando. II dent I I of the Daughters ofthe Confederacy : give any attention to these illustrated here today, the delegates being welcomed
PUBLIC HEARINGS CLOSED certainly should have. Go and get He wishes every one in the city to''. and was the first superintendent advertisements; they give the a by Mayor Marx. The subject
a good square meal and help a worthy have one of these little books. His'i I of the Confederate Wowen's Home passing glance then cast them i n heto be discussed are newspapers, suf

Special to the SentineLWashington cause. reason for doing so is to demonstrate -i:[I at Austin. In addition she is a suc- waste basket, while a concise statement frage and women's place in public
D. C., May 27.-Public the quality of the high grade I[cessful literary woman, having written of what Florida is actually producing life.
hearings in the Senate on the Under- Si Blizzard's newest twins are to pictures and classy shows he i is now I',i' four books which enjoy a wide and actually doing, citing
wood tariff bill closed tonight, the be christened tomorrow. The oldestone offering at the Lucerne. I I popularity throughout the South. specific facts will get close atten FOR TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
sub-committees working until a late is to be called Cleopatra Alex- Note-These books will be distributed tion. Men will study such publications -
hour to listen to scores of manufacturers andria, and the other Clementine to every home in the city. Don't WEATHER REPORT and talk about them. Minneapolis, Minn., May 27.-Play
and representatives who de- Titania. Si's wife was always fond fail to get one.Insurance Generally fair Wednesday and Mr. Gore's suggestions are certainly began here today for the State tennis
manded to be heard. of Shakespeare anyway. Thursday. well worth consideration. championship on the courts of the
Certain changes have been clearly real estate, loans and Minneapolis Tennis Club. 1>
indicated during the public Subscribe for the Sentinel rentals. Curtis ft
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Taft, May. 24.-J. Hill and .., ..' lll IIIIIII" d+
Thomas left Monday for their


.home the.Adelaideere Mrs.fall.in Morris Pennsylvania Sightler Orlando,and returning iltBargains Bargains! !


Wednesday.Mrs. I
Mary J. Thomas, Frances Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
son, P. A. Tompkins and Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
Charles Tompkins, were Orlando r, and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every-
itors on business bent Tuesday.Mrs. t h body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
C. II. Nelson left Thursday I ; Ladies' Shirtwaists from -iSc up.
northern Ohio to spend the x. #ur : Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
with relatives and friends. j Gingham, from 9Sc up. .
day after W. R. C. meeting the i t'i kN Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
surprised her with ice cream ? from 2oc; up.Ladies' .
cake, also a social hour. j i Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
Paul Dennison, of Orlando, was styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Taft caller Friday. ; Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Mrs. E. B. Wherry, of Orlando, I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
daughter, Mrs. McDonald, of :\ I c-'d' : Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
sota, were Taft and Winter Hats from 25c up.
business callers Friday. Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
The Taft people will be Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. .
to hear of the death of Mrs. A. Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
Lenington, of Lakeland. Mrs. Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.Boys' .
ington had been ill since January Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles R, .
died of typhoid fever the 14th of i I and colors, from 50c up.
She was taken back to Illinois I Boys' Pants from 25c up.
burial. Mr. and Mrs. Lenington i Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. j.
among the first settlers in Taft. I I Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. r "
Mrs. Ara Payne went to II Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi-
Saturday on a business trip. I I tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody '
Memorial day exercises will be : who trades with us. -
at the schoolhouse Friday I I We want your trade and we assure you that we will
May 30, at 1:30 o'clock. A fine give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee
gram has been arranged.Mr. satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and I
and Mrs. C. J. Holdorf of convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. '
If would be be visitor to this store. Agent for thc Snow Sh Of.
ter Park, called on her parents I you posted a daily

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The annual convention of the ;
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providing that married ministers

year new parishes and unmarried should ones receive$1,000.$1,200 LISTEN < THE OAKlAND

"minimum wage" is certainly not
cessive, for, according to figures 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
issued by the government, the Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
chasing power of $1,000 is no Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
than that of $693 only fifteen
We want to in the habit of
ago. Just how the country get everybody spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
; \ \ pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
contrives to keep up the position
does, purchase books and cerne. TALKING
rear a family according to his GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.
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ROLLINS COLLEGE ; number she made the pedals move so
and and rapidlyas I If you miss your paper, don't get
The regular functions of Commence-:smoothly precisely Chipley Banner tells of havinga mad, it it for II
as next to impossible
the manuals it was one of the best For the Next Fifteen
ment Week Saturday after- ; Days
began on
work heard for letter from a man living in the far- j our carrier boys not to miss someone .
noon at the President's house, where instances of organ famed corn state of Nebraska, who{ in I'I'I
the work of the School of I once a while. Just call 24 over
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Club I
Music. The Glee Quartet consisting I'
reception in honor of the graduat-I H. S. Pope, D. D. ranch in Florida: This man is evidently and name. We will be glad to sent
of Messrs.
ing class of the college. on the right trail. Nebraskais a I We will sell Lime at 90c
and Berke- you paper.
I Wetherill, W. Clay Inman
were received at the door by Harry no longer the center of the corn

S. Klingler, who has been elected by'I ley Blackman, made their last appearance belt. It is gradually slipping down I per barrel delivered,
inasmuch
gradua-
together, as
the the office of Junior IMMIIMIMIMIilliilli
faculty to I this way. Hogs may be grown in
tion will remove Mr. Wetherill, and I
Marshal for Commencement Week,I Florida at about one-half the expenseof five barrel lots. .
')Ir. Inman is not likely to return next
and introduced him to Presi-
were by j producing them in any of the statesof .
dent Blackman, who headed the receiving -,.year. During the past two years they the 'Middle West or northwest and ,

line. In line were the follow-!have given the music lovers of the Florida is just as accessible to the I THE ONE CIGAR THAT .
{ and town, and indeed of the
ing members of the graduating class:!i college markets or more so. More varieties of
Florida Metal
i state during the Glee Club trips, a Co.
Miss Mabel E. Daniels, Miss Emma J.| forage suitable for hogs can be grownin I

Little, Dean S. Pike, D. D. Wether- |uniformly highclass and successful Florida than in any other state in EVERYBODY LIKES

ill, C. F. McCardell, and G. C. Bucher.':1 selection of music, and it hardly seem the Union and the great staple feeds! McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING :
ed for them to add anything
Harry A. Nickerson, who graduates, posible for hogs, such as corn, sweet potatoes ,.... J
to the laurels they have already ac .f
Phone 41.
will receive his diploma in absentia, peanuts and chufas, grow herewith a
i cumulated. But it may be truly said I
having returned some weeks since to I as little care as anywhere. HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS
I that they eclipsed their past performances -
his home in Maine, after having com-' Florida has the low-priced lands to
I with Arthur Foote's Bugle Song
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pleted early the work necessary for : start with and the climate and the -
one of the most difficult and admir- I
graduation. other things are just right.
I I able pieces of music for male voices I HtHtltittttttllttillimillimMIIMIIIIIIIIIKKeep
Dean Enyart and Mrs. Ferguson, The time is coming when the Florida
writen. So greatly did they im- I
Dean of Women, received in another I I ever their hearers, that they were farmers will be sending live hogs and Get the best cigar at five !

room, and the guests were then pass- press to the bacon in car load lots to the people of cents, the next time you ; Cool
immediately requested repeat
ed the refreshment room, wherea 'I I I
on to the North of us.-Pensacola Journal.If want to smoke-judge for
number at some of the other musical ;
number of the young ladies of the
I events of the coming week, and they yourself.
college served them to fruit punch I
I' will do so at the Faculty Concert you want to sell or rent your
and delicious grape ice. The affair
,this evening. house, a classified ad will bring re-
than usually gratifying
was more ;
the graduating class is the largest so I I The program rendered was as follows sults.J Made in Orlando and sold i Fireless CookersAND

far as is known that ever received the I : by all dealers.
Marche Funebre, from Sonata Op. 35 aldine Clark, Katie Louise
of B. A. from Florida
degree any I ._.__....................ChopinMinuet Smith, Johnnie Marion
institution the various members
and I ................Paderewski Smith
have distinguished themselves not: litllMlllliMMMMMIIM
I Paul Quincy Warner
in and conduct, but
only scholarship 0
The Pearl, from a Jewel Cycle......
also in the various other branches of
life. The have The Sapphire, from a Jewel Cycle.. ELECTRIC FANS .
college men
young ...............A. Von Ahn Carse
been active in athletics, Clee Club, Johnnie Marion Smith NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
literary society, and the other branches -
Minuet and Trio from Sonata, Op. 2 TO KEEP COOL WITH
and all members of the Phi
are No.1............ ..Beethoven
Alpha Fraternity, while the two

young young leaders ladies ladies take in have the part.proven works The themselvesalso in authori-which I Scherzo...Edna from......Sonata Louis......Calloway,.Op.....2 Beethoven, No. 2... Crepe Goods and Kimonos [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS s AND TOASTERS ,


A Summer's Lullaby ...S, A. Gibson
ties feel very well satisfied with the
Messrs. Pope, Wetherill, Inman FOR COMFORT
success of their work.
and TwitchellAt GOWNS ETC.
On the annual ,
Saturday evening, an Old Trysting Place .......... -- -
Commencement Recital of the puplisof

the School of Music took place in I From Uncle land Remus Sketches..From, MacDowell Wood- 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2


the thusiastic auditorium audience., before a The large programwas and en When Katherine My Sweet Maxwell I Gaze on Gates Thee..... cents per yard at TnB rl[ [ [l[ Tm IJ inca

well selected and varied, and the
In the Purple Glow ...R. C. Clarke
numbers were in each case creditably
HAND BUILDING
Delno Wetherill ,
Dyke
performed. Although the entire I
pro- Bugle Song ........... _......Foote I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT "
gram showed great finish and abilityon
Messrs. Pope, Wetherill, Inman I
the part of the students, perhapsthe
and Blackman -

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to the audience were the Pedal SEASONABLE SEEDSCOW
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Study on the organ by Miss Ideson,
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Orange
and the the Glee Club
Bugle Song by .
Polonise in A Major, for eight hands Splendid Mixed 2.50. California Blackeye $3.75. Spanish Peanuts Jj.oo.

Quartet. Miss Ideson plays the organ ........................Chopin OPPOSITE- POST- OFFICE Chufas bushel$4.00. rates.German Millet and Sorghum $2.50. Velvet Beans Ji.oo. Pecks i
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The Daily REAL FRIENDS RICH MEN AND THEIR SONS I

f& Most of those whom we call friendsare I
South Florida SentinelMORNING
not friends. They are to the hu Behind a recent wedding in the I

AND WEEKLY man life what the barnacle is to the quaint town of Higham, Mass., liesa I

---- -- boat. How many of the men who are romance and a lesson of universal: : JUNE WEDDING
Entered at the post office at Orlando
smiling on you today could you counton interest
Florida as Second Class Mail Matter.
tomorrow if adversity suddenly Three years ago the groom, a rich
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : struck you and calumny pointed her man's son, m.;L the lady and turibled

THE DAILY SENTINEL villianous finger at you? You would head over heels 'in love. Wanted her While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
find to great disappointmentthat to marry him right off felt he could to be his
your active
; seems
One year .....................$5.00 most season. June is always marked by its numerous
Six Months ......... ......'.... 2.50 the majority of those who are n't wait. If he hadn't barn, at Let- weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom Gifts
Three Months 1.25 fawning over you today in your suc- tom, a good deal of a fellow, and she for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and'Wed t
eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo
cess are no asset to your happiness; agirl with a level head, there might ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

67 newi carrier in Orlando 60 cent per they are liabilities so heavy that many have been an elopement some family your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
month Daily and Sunday. a human soul would be bankrupt in bitterness and perhaps a quick followup We offer
magnificent
you our metropolitan stock for your selection
a
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found trying to carry them. in the divorce courts-sucn things stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
en tale in Orlando at Curia A O'Neal'i Book It is also very certain that have happened, you know.
many smiths, Jewelry :Manufacturers: Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
Btore. times those whom we have least But the girl said "wait;" and whatis country.The.
We will appreciate prompt complaint if counted friends the lad's "old "
our are the real more, man, a tao
delivery ia not properly made by our carrier. stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
friends. There still live friendshipsof fisted, practical-minded chap, who ha 1
tion is out of the We
question. only ask that visit
Adevrtiaing rates will be furniihed on application. you our store, carefully
the
Damon & Pythias type but been through the world's rough and
inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the
they are scarce. The friend who is tumble, said it, too, with rather mOle feel-
ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the
THE WEEKLY SENTINELFor most
true to you in your absence, who plans emphisis. up-
year, by mail postage paid ........11.00 | to-date merchandise.
for your betterment without your He told son he liked the girl and
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida.Office
107 Court Street. Arcade Building knowledge is the true friend who : would be glad to have her for a REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
Phone 24 would come to your relief during the daughter-in-law; but he'd be switched

-- ---- -- ---- most dreadful hours of human exist- if he'd let a son of his run so fine :
i
JOSIAH FERRIS, ProprietorEditor ance, and too often we do not recog'I a girl with a level head, there might II If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

J. F. SCHUMAN, nize these friends when we are bask until the aforesaid son had shown pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

ing in the cheating smiles of fair- ability to paddle a canoe built for two. mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -

WEDNESDAY, MAY 28TH, 1913.A weather friends. He had had to work like blazes for can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.

Little children select friends with what he had got and son would have Fine watch repair work a specialty.

greater wisdom than do to do likewise if he
newspaper man knows such an grown people. expected to get
They often detect sham anything from dad.
enormous "lot" that he gets no pay more than
for. their elders, and more often are ableto Kind of rough, unfeeling talk *o

o separate the gold from the dross. hand out to a youngster palpitatingwith

A lazy man's affinity is a woman How we admire the unselfish friend love's young dream.

who is willing to furnish his daily i -the friend who does not value us I But, as we have said, the lad had

bread. I for what he can get out of us, but I' real stuff in him. He winced and T.I1.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE

o him upon whose friendship we may flared up and shed a boast or two;

The fellow who makes light of make overdrafts in the darkest hoursof l but after a heart-to-heart confad

everything, will never set the worldon life. with HER, he lit out and that was

fire. There are some such, both in business the last dad heard from him for OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

o and in society, but they are a while. i

When a man admits that he is in on lamentably scarce. One day a bronzed and sturdy young I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

a fool's errand you need not hesitateto man n____ _n ntprpli_____ _TAtJ'P'Q__Uw6 .. vau.nffiPA...... .Tf" .nA.r..",).U..'*

take his word for it. SCARE HEADS a case of the prodigal son. No, siree! I

o He'd been in a Southern lumber camp,

No matter how mean a man may Newspapers who have a famine of had begun on the ground floor and

be, a woman is always glad to have ideas and a dirth of news, manufac- had worked up until he was boss of

him at home during a thunderstormThe ture large scare heads below which the patch. lie had money, nerve, self-

o they run a little nonsensical tommyrot. respect and bright prospects, and he

number of men who became incidentally called to invite dad to the SILK STOCKINGS I

famous and who were originally news- Along this line are the extensive wedding.Dad .

, paper men is growing fast We knewit editorials on the,war outlook betweenthe I went. And took a check and

would. United States and Japan.A I a heart replete with gladness. For he -

o number of American newspapersare I had helped to make a man of a boy

Men's trousers will be worn longer, celebrating the opening of the'I who, if dad had been easy and tender,

the quote a fashion item; hoping that silly season by printing scare storiesof might and probably would have been

they will not be worn longer than possibel war with Japan because I I spoiled. -

their legs. California has passed an alien ex- It's a big risk a young man runs For Day

o clusion law, which will have the effect who has a father with a million. But

Yes, the American hen is humble, of prohibiting Japanese, among there are fellows who can survive i it. and

but last year she laid twenty billion others, from holding title to land in r ';

eggs, valued at $400,000,000. Just that State. Some European journalists SENSITIVE MENThe

wait till she gets equal rights to crow! too, seem to feel seriously con- I -

0 cerned over our alleged predicament. most uncomfortable people i ini EveningWear Y.

Of course, a minister ought to practice There is no occasion for alarm, for'i the world are sensitive people and (

all he preaches. Yet the shoe- the following reasons: The rulers of I I people who have corns. They are uncomfortable -

maker never wears all the shoes he Japan are sagacious men,.and they themselves and make

turns out. are not going to do such a foolish every-body around them uncomfortable. -

o thing as to plunge their country, not Sensitive people imagine that
Mrs. Tyler, author of "The Daughter yet recovered from the war with, some one is aiming at them all the

of a Rebel," declares that men are Russia, into another conflict in which!I i! time; people with corns naturally get '

slaves to women. Now Mrs. Tyler is they must in the end be completely :stepped on occasionally, and imagine

getting close to the facts. crushed; Japan has no money to fight I that some bodv is kicking at them-- all" Our Personal Guarantee

o with, even if it wanted to do -so;I. the time, and thusnthy about

President Wilson has sent to the there is not sufficient cause for a with a chip on their shoulder which 0
Accompanies Every Pair
Senate the name of Edward C. Love, fight; the people of this country have they are expecting some one to come

of Jacksonville for United States attorney nothing against Japan and will not I i along and knock off at any moment.If .

for the northern district of go to war with her. all people took this gloomy view

Florida.The As a rule, people know their own of life what a glum old world this

o business best The people of California would be. Marion B. Ives

United States Senate has con- know the Japanese better thanwe
Armed the appointment of John W. do, they can forsee the evils they TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE l
must contend with if the Orientals HEALTH OFFICER
Martin, a traveling salesman of Jack- are
feonville, as collector of customs for permitted to obtain a permanent foot- 1 Thou shalt kill-with smashing,

hat city. hold in that State. They are clearly slashing and unswerving assiduity I EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

within their rights as a sovereignstate -flies.2Remember.
o
in passing a law regulating thy garbage to keep it
The Hines bill to allow Supreme
land tenure, and if a thousand covered. .
busybodies Second
Court Judges $1,000 extra pay for examining Floor
3-Look
and agitators would juest keep not upon thy neighbor's negligence
applicants for admission to
quite for a few weeks the war talk without gently, but firmly,
the bar is another of those fool
meas
would die an early death. I' reminding kim that thine own
ures that ought to "die a bornin'. '
health
and happiness and that of
There is absolutely no reason for
thy family depend partly the
upon
land
of flies.
One '
juch: a law.Orlando thousand two-dollar ticket-
cleanliness of his premises-remember ,5 Clean the stables the
books Lucerne Theatre for out and move
o fifty cents
cleanliness is next to god- mounds week lest the
each. every warm,
is still the largest city i ithe in : Biggest amusement bargainever liness and be cleanly thyself.
moist hatch the
piles eggs, larvae AUTOMOBILE
offered
demonstrating
the
United States without a public quality 4-Honor
thy father and thy mother
and and
I papae give wing to the
park and no move on foot to secure of high grade and classy shows.Don't by helping them to keep the
pestilential stomoxys calcitrans.
ene. The time will get by and the fail to get one. You'll never regret
screens shut and the holes patched, health
it. 6-Safeguard thy thy family'shealth
opportunity to secure grounds that 5-28 St that thy days may be long in the thy neighbor's health and
:Would be suitable, grounds near the BULLETINThese
the public health against diptheria,
pity, has already about passed.
o iMIIIIIIIMM MHMHiniHIIHilMIMMMffChoice tuberloculosis, typhoid and other
communicable diseases by fight-
This is the time of the year when ing the deadly flies.

the old hen never fails to get into 7-Swat!! are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one Is

your neighbor's garden. You know 8-Bear wintess that the fly tread guaranteed to be in flrst-class condition, is fully equipped .
the result. One good scratching hen
eth in filthy places and wipeth his
can in five minutes scratch up all feet upon thy food. and ready to run.

the friendship that has been grow. GroceriesNEW 9-Eat no food which hath come into

ing for many years between neighbors contact with flies. Screen thyBaby's 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition

for many years. Keep her at milk, its bed, screen every- ,

Home or cut her head off. thing that flies seek, to keep them $550.00

o starved. That they may perish
From developments in the New from the
STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTEOUS, TREATMENT land. 1 1912 Flanders
;York City criminal investigation it 10-Clean up!-Louisville Courier- Touring Car, complete,
begins to look like the offer to save Journal.
REASONABLE PRICES- $500.00.
the city if one honest official is found PORTION OF

would prove fruitless. The latest
MEMORIAL DAY
YOUR TRADE
grafter caught in the net is Justice RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Cohalan, of the supreme court, who Friday, May 30th .will be observedby 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac .
the U. S. Grant Post No. 10.
:Iras compelled to return $4,000 of
Appropriate services will be held at $150.00
graft money to John A. Connly. ,
the cemetery. The graves of the blueCarriages
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CARUTHERS & GORE and gray will be decorated.
That legislative press committee i is 1 Studebaker "30" 1912
less
will be engaged to take all comradesand run than
about the biggest joke of the session. friends, leaving the residence of
Why doesn't it send out o bulletin 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800.
Mr. E. S. Sperry on East Pine St. at
about the things the Legislature i two o'clock. Flowers be leftthere
Pine Street PROMPT 'DELIVERY may
Phone
200
hasn't done? Tampa Tribune.
at any time in the morning.
That press committee is a bright Judge Cheeney will deliver the ad-
bunch. They have taken their cue : dress. A male quartet will furnish San Juan
Garage
from the politicians and are doing a music and the ladies relief corps will i i ,

thrifty business even if not very re join in appropriate service at th
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CREAMS CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES.
cles any less than that price but
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 you WILL for find the that we give

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 same moAey.

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 we may be able to qiiote
store but
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 DO buy the
we can, to sell at the prices and
season, for all occasions. At "SATISFACTION STORE" tot of two to the we usually
years, High School graduate, and our prices buy goods that cost from 50 cents to $1.50 dozen
a 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 more

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

lines we carry. If you will just price
our goods and
We invite comparisons on our splendid of White compare
range FOR them with
MEN AND BOYS. goods
you get from other stores
India and Persian Lawns. The at the same price,
quality we run is exclusive to will
this store this season, and absolutely first choice goods. And Many people think (until they know us) that we cater you this. find they are of better texture There is a reason for

exclusively to the feminine but this is We sell for cash only, and we can AFFORD
we positively assert that the values we offer have seldom been sex, not true. Our stock better to give you

of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls are as values, AND WE DO. Call and see us and examine the
equalled anywhere, and NEVER beaten. Prices lOc, 12l c, goods.
complete as you can find in the state.
15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c.
You may not find our prices on regular 50c or $1.00 arti (THE STORE OF SATISFACTION.) I




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I Mr. C. H. Hartley, A. C. L, agent at Mr. Harry N. Dickson is spending MR. J. H. HUGHES LOCATES IX FOR SALE f I

WADETHE Taft, was in Orlando on business yes- today in Jacksonville on business. ORLANDO fI
terday. I
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TUNER I Practically new Rambler Automo fI
ORLANDO I Geo. B. Schuffelin, of Mobile, Ala., Mr. A. Y. Fuller has sold his sub- bile, equipped with
Presto
i D. B. and W. G. Sphaler of Taft, representing the Kahn s lights, top,I
j iI I were transacting business in this Manufacturing urban place in the north east partof curtains windshield, speedometer, 1
I yesterday. city Company, was in. the city yesterdayon the city to Mr. J. H. Hughes of clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra w
business.
i i i New York State. tire, tube and complete set tools and AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.
Mr. 0. S. Robinson left for Punta I. -
i Mr. Hughes is a railroad conductorand accessories. L.
Murray
Gorda last evening. Henry Jameson and wife, who have You want that new home to be has been
I I IMrs. i spent the winter in this county have just'I employed by the govern Also has auto trunk with two suitcases I Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541
as and comfortable
I cozy as can be, ment running trains on the Isthmus for touring. Reason for
Dunker has : gone to their home in northern Ohio. don't ? Then let Kincaid sell .
Sophia returned] you & Snow-I I of Panama for the past five years. A ing have no further use for car.
|to North Platte, Nebraska. j den furnish it right. Their I I he OYIEDO OCCURRENCES '
Mr. James Austin big stock year ago sent his family back to Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. I!
I of Bangor, Maineis and excellent service will enable youj I New York as the school privileges in

Mr. Orlando Walker, who has spent in the city for a few days stay, get- to make the best selections and a Panama were not satisfactory. But Lpage526tfGENEVA Oriedo, Fla., May 27.Mr Robert

'some time in Orlnando, left yesterdayfor j ting an idea of Orlando real estate most attractive home at the best of I' after living several years in a tropi JOTTINGS Lawton, who has been a student atAuburn
values.
Palestine, Illinois. j i prices. I cal climate the family does not relish this past year will be homein

i life in the risrors of New York a day or two.
skit
Geneva Fla. |
.. 1 I May 27.The weatheris
Miss Helen F. Bliss, who has beenin There is rumor pretty well founded hence turnedtheirf ; The Oviedo Magazine Club .
;' that LISTEN! ALL GRADUATES! they have c to' simply fine, the recent rains have met Friday -
this city during the winter has returned Orlando will have another Are ward Florida. Mr. Hughes visitedi 'I cooled I I afternoon with Mrs Womble. A
j: large automobile salesroom -cordially invited to call at the the atmosphere and also assisted
I Westfield N. J. and gar- rather unusual discussion
to new Evans' Photo Parlors and i many places in this state in his search the fruit and of Woman's
j age in the city by fall. inspectmy j! vegetables in their I Suffrage filled the
work. If it appeals to you, I will but after spending a week in Or- growth. hour. The sur-

Rev. Alfred A. Rickert, one of our I i be glad to quote you special prices. ;,lando he was satisfied that this city Ripe peaches will sonn be plentiful 1 I prising part was that every lady pres.

[winter residents has returned to his 1: Mr. J. B. Magruder has a force omen f Everything new and up-to-NOW. would suit him and greatly please his in this section. I ent, old and young, married and unmarried -

[home in Witner, Penns"lvania.Wanted I at work putting in the foundations Studio is located on corner just one family. He has two sons who want Miss: Mabel Daniel has returned'I, was of the common opinion
for his new three story brick the advantages of that women ought to have the rightto
block north of court house. Orlando, our splendid schoolsas from a pleasant visit to Taft.
: The people of Orlando to i[ building on Central avenue. Florida. 5-25 they are now high school boys. Preparations are make the laws that govern her and
3t being made to observe -
now that the Parlor Market has a : ,, Mr. Hughes and family are splen- ;: Children's Day at the Methodist her family.

food supply of nice veal. Call phone; For Sale Mr. C. L. Smith a prominent winter 'did people and are of that substantial : Church in the near future. Miss Nellie King, who has been a
umber 80.H.. M. Self & Co. used class who student at Stetson for the '
I Slightly $2000.00 automobile. resident of Winter Park died last, are coming to Orlando and j Mr. and Mrs. Hill attended Churchin past year,
Would consider real estate in trade Sunday in Washington alter making it a city of homes. i I Chuluota last Sunday.Mr. is now at home.

Henry Price and wife, who have i'i for same. Address Automobile, Care a brief I Ed On Saturday evening a party of
Sutton
illness. Mr. Smith I II is in Orlando this
was
pent the winter in this locality left, Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf Boston where he had enroute to EXPERT SAFE MANIPULATOR i i week for the purpose of having his I fifteen young ladies and gentlemen,
for their expected to chaperoned by Miss
unday home in Nor'hernVisconsin. McSweeney, enjoyed
I' spend tie summer. : eyes treated.
.' II Knowing a poet might be a disap j Robert Cohoon returned from the I Mr. Edwin Raulerson returned last I a supper at White's Wharf on '

I I pointment. One should hate to learn Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers who have Southern part of the State yesterday,I week from Fells Mill, near Ft. Pierce, Lake Jessup.

The interesting store's advertisements .I that the author of a deathless song been visiting their where he had been called to open aj where he has been for several weeks. Mrs. Brannon, her daughters, Con-
daughter I
are interesting. And, as you I I i was fond of liver and onions. I* Geo. B. Wygant, in Tampa, for, Mr several s'- safe that had a serious case of lock Edwin doesn't like down there so wellas : ther nie and Chloe, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lut}

now, this city has some very inter- jaw. Bob is Geneva. spent Saturday with Geneva
[ weeks, passed through Orlando a past master in safe ; There are too many Indians friends at Lake .
ting stores. S. W. Shepard is in Chattanoogain 'on the midnight train enroute to opening and helped many a man out and wild cats to suit him. Harney.Mr.
I
and
Mrs.
Robertson's attendance at the Confederate re- I Scenery Hutt, Pa., where they will of trouble since he came to Florida. Mr. Evan Pattishall has returned Howard, with her

Clarke cut flowers will union. A visit to the battle scenes spend the summer. He formerly lived in Cincinnati, the from New York, where he has been I daughters, went out to the picnic given .
on sale at Ned Butts' Candy Kitch- of fifty will be t : home of safes and by Geneva at Lake Harney last
years ago very interesting was so long in the : engaged in the study of music for .
n. b-215 t to Mr. Shepard. I employ of a safe several Saturday.Mr.
months.
I I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L Barr and manufacturing company -, Chester
daughters :Mamie that he became an expert. It Col. J. H. Bryce Parton's residence will
I j and Annie came over from
Mr. P. J. Jenkins, of Peoria Ill who owna II be ready for this week.
occupancy
,
would
not be safe
for all Orlando
A Chicago physician declares that beautiful home in this city go today men to knowas a few days since to look after Mrs. Enoch ,
Simeon Roming of Galesburg, Parton was able to be
1 much about safes his business
tnd "vegetables and exercise will cure to Greenville, South Carolina, for the as Mr. Cohoon interests here.
are in the city for a few days.t knows. Mrs. out for a drive Sunday afternoon for
W.
spring fever. But fellows J. Daniel is
some would summer. They will return early in recovering the first
time
bey are prospective land buyers. in several months.
rather endure spring fever than take I the fall in order that the girls from a recent illness. Mrs. '

exercise enough to raise the vegetables. ''enter the Cathedral School. may GROVE FOR SALE Mr. Bert Pattishall returned Friday Harvey Moore and her guest
Judge James Perkins of the seven- from Mrs. Hough, were in Oviedo one afternoon
$1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres,, 150, Sanford where he attended
lie judicial circuit is mentioned as a school the last week. We are glad to
trees- past
orange, grapefruit and lemonsin term.
ssible gubernatorial candidate. The The Plant City Courier : "The see Mrs. Moore's cheerful face about
says The
That few bearing $464 worth of fruit taken school picnic on Lake j
die from
people overworkis : Harney
fruit town
Judge is a mighty good and vegetable once again.
man, and V- crop of the Plant beach
sia should have a show at least once undeniable, but there is a good dealof I City section will easily reach the half from it last winter. 5 miles Southeastof not Saturday was well attended, Miss Dixon sold part of her property -
Orlando
can't at Conway. 5 house withstanding the
half about overwork. For everyone million mark the room inclemency of a Mr. Moore of Salvia
a century.-Ocala Star. by close of the sea who has
the
I 3 churches at weather. (
that dies from that cause, it is son." school and store right Orlando, Winter Park built a house and moved his family
likely that a dozen die from door. No commission-deal direct and Oviedo were well represented
and
under in. It is
Mr. Waterbury, of Atlanta, Ga., good to see such substantial
-
with owner. Will trade for every one
work. city prop present seemed to have
hief clerk to a people come into
[ our
Superintendent G. W. village.
Dr. Bennett's office phone is .227, erty. Address, R. J. PIATT, good time.
ibble, of the Postal Telegraph Com- The residence now occupied by
Captain
Brick
Building, Orlando R. F. D. No.
Sanitarium. 1, Orlando, Fla.
any, was in Orlando yesterday. He I GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High 6-15-2W. Dumas has recently been repaired -
aves for DeLand today on business eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and I I 5-22 tf ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll and added to making a very pret I
Brailed. Five burner -
cooking plate. -
the I ty dwelling indeed.
3f Company.
Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm !I Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for Mrs. Lawton and Miss Helen Law-
the
month of June.
= Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm Dr. Bennett, ton are expected home this week. 1\


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Shanibarger's
for bicycles and Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium
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Vegetables. FOR RENT I BUSINESS BOOSTERS I bona fide fruit or produce growers or whois I Is I I,
or are bona fide representatives of fruitor I
CLASSIFIED produce growers within the territory next

It vegetables are put to cook In hot furnished. Con- Business Boosters (classified adver- adjacent to the headquarters of this Associa-
Nice large rooms, tion, become member ef this Associa
ater the tiavor will be tisements) received after 10 may a
destroyed.To o'clock i
venient for business people, also lighthouse tion; but this Association will not at anytime
prevent artichokes from turning midnight, will be run in the "Too Late receive into its membership members ef h'w

black keeping. Delightful location. to Classify" column. any kindred Association, whose fruit or Produce
when they are cooked add a little lands are located nearer to such other ,
Boosters of five lines less
with without board. Terms or
or very -approximately -
Ylnegarto the water in which they areboiled. kindred Association than they are to this :
reasonable. Address "C" care Sen- 30 words-one time, 25 Association without the consent of the Association
II .
,
A teaspoonful will be sufficient I .
: cents three times
50
; ; one week! next adjacent to where said holdings It'
for a small quantity.To ,I tinel office. 5-22 tf (six daily and one cats editions) are located. I >t.1 .1" '.. .. ,. ,"" .
'
i I
cauliflower au gratin $1.00; one month $3.00. ARTICLE VI : .W.. ;. '. t.." : ;
prepare ,
.
'< .: '
I .: : "
I Nothing in these Articles shall be construed .....:'. ...: ..;,': ",' .g / k
-
break the head into separate flowrets YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE as to interfere with the bona fide sale f: t. ..,. V -

and arrange them"in a pan in alternate AFTER FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger of real estate; the transfer of property together _" :( .... ..,. ':'i-:(. "..;,
,
: { ,
touring car. Large and with the fruit or other produce : "
layers with white sauce sprinkled with I roomy. grow 9 ;1':. .,. \ 't' 0.
,
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY ing thereon at the time of such sale; that is --- ., .
grated chet"'e. Cover the top of the That if who has *"'- 'If
to say; any person signedhis ivBwmj ;:; ** # w

dish with buttered I breadcrumbs and It is your business that we want. a lot in Thornton Park, a nice name crops then for any growing particular on his year or her for land placingthe in t? .. fc{ ( .....- .,.. KMr.v.e. ..:: .. 'If'I

bake until the top H nil' browned.. {lOurs is the service that you need in suburb in east part of the city Carl the hands of the Association, shall sell or '

-- i business. Jensen. dispose of his land in good faith ; then
your and in that event the said seller <1A Vacation Hint 1
Facts From France. i Now is the time to make your plansso and purchaser are released, if they IO /
OAK.HILL is the beautiful sub-divis desire, from the obligations of having fruitor !t t)
to share in Orlando's II+i
as prosperity ion to the Northeast of the city and produce grown upon the land so sole. Before you buy a railroad ticket

Four varieties of pfcmi Mill exist in -good printing brings good business I still have some choice lots there. this marketed Association.or handled under the authority of for this or that summer resort,

I wild state in France. We are only an arm's length from Carl Jensen. I
ARTICLE VII L come in and look at our MidSummer -
Paris must find new homes for 120, That the place where the principal business
000 ragpickers whose present homes are youReach FOR RENT-Five room cottage with of said Association is to be transacted is Woolen line and let us make II

to be demolished because insanitary. I for the Telephone.The all modern conveniences. Garage Geneva, County of Orange State of Florida, I a cool Summer Outing Suit for lW II :
And the annual meetings of the members of
Sentinel, 107 Court Street, for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
Luxury in woman's dress has reach this Association shall convene at said placeon
ed such a pitch in Paris that society Phone 24. 515 East street. 5.15 tf the first Tuesday in May, of each and every I you.We make a specialty of Nor- ."
year, at which time and place its Directors
Women are proposing to organize a GROVES TAKEN CARE OF shall be elected and inducted into office. folks and will be pleased to .r';.

simplicity campaign.Out ARTICLE VIII show you a few of our latest
Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy That each and every member of this Association .
of honor to toe memory of Felix hauling, etc. Having been engagedall shall place the packing and handlingof I models.Men's .

'Alexaodre Guilmant, acknowledged tJ my life in caring for I all citrus fruit, and such other produce as '
groves, am
EVERYTHING be handled by this Association and
be the greatest organist of his day, a prepared to please you. Satisfaction may grown or controlled by him, her or them, Fashion

monument is to be erected in Paris. in every line of work. L. M. HALL, into this Association and that this Association Shop

-IN- 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. shall charge for the packing and handling .1 .. '
of such fruit and produce such reasonable Hand Building /
5.141 mo. compensation as the Board of Directorsof 11
German Gleanings.Over this Association shall fix and determine. Cor. Church and Orange OrlandoSave
FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho But, any member of this Association shall
FEEDFOR have the right to withdraw his fruit and produce
80 per cent of Prussians receive dist without Church. Whole or part. Withor for any one year, from said Association IIIII1lill11 "III"III'I I.' ll''IIIIJJJI, !iiq," ; H, r "
annual incomes of less than $750.A dwelling Address or wire. without penalty, by giving in writing to laid ,
E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf Association, notice within the ten days next
new German projectile for use before the annual meeting of this Association -
that he desires so to withdraw his fruit!
ballons ignites their with
against gas HOUSE
AND LOT-A bargain. ,Size or other produce from the same; but in that
'an electric spark on striking. lot 80 x 150 near lake on Hand event, said members so giving said notice

Germany is the first country to adopt street. Seven room house finished in ceases to be a member of said Association, and Half
LIVE STOCKLAUBACH
all rights and privileges in said Association
wireless controlled time, a new system Curly Pine. Fruit trees and shrub- belonging to said member shall thereupon

enabling a centrally located clock to bery. $1,500-if sold within ten days. cease and determine. Provided, however and

regulate clocks in other cities and Good reason. for selling. Box 659. all it is persons hereby joining agreed this and Association fully understood that any by I Plastering I Cost

towns over a wide area. 5-22 3t member of the same withdrawing from this
Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce -
FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers through any other source than through

Town Topics. Owner call at Sentinel Office. this Association or withholding the same Get Better Walls and
The Grain Man. from this Association and without giving the
FOR notice, as hereinbefore provided, shall forfeitto
official SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine this Association, as and for liquidated dam
Some
one an song
proposes Church Street Phone 18 Ceilings With Bishopric
pedigreed stock. One year old. For ages to this Association for such withdrawal, iii
for Cbicago-to be'sung with'an accompaniment further particulars, address, Mrs. T. the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus

of wind instruments, of P. Robinson 404 Boone fruit or other produce, produced by him during Wall
street Or- Board
course-Detroit News-Tribune. the year of said withdrawal, and so withdrawn -
lando. d 3t w It by him. It is further hereby understood
The new courthouse after years of and agreed that in case any member of

agitation has got as far as a site and .,MMIMMMHilllllMMIAutos this fruit Association or produce who from has this withdrawn Assocation, his as ion Any Building J 0 b. Ea.yto Apply .

t plan selected As Mayor Hewitt II ItII' above described, afterwards ,wishes to return Make your building money go farther, board.Mastic Makes td with heavy fibr*.,
an enduring surface that
aid once "It takes ten' years' to do Paul A. Horn and rejoin this Association, and exercise the save time and get better results by using stays smooth. Will not warp, shrink
rights of a member, that he may do so by,
Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate win
anything in New York.-New York ;
.. and with the consent only, of a majority of '
ter moisture-proof
or Is
summer. rat.plaster -
i orld, For 'Rent at the Board of Directors of this Association, ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than proof, sound-proof and fire-resisting. t
CONTRACTOR and and upon his paying to this Association all to apply- looks better and lasts
BUILDER : Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ap
penalties that have been assessed against him,
'> as long as the building.
ply. Anyone who can drive calls caD app1FNo
tk Fashion Frills. Any Hour : and not previously paid. Prices low.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. ARTICLE IX More Cracked Wa11sIt. 1
II I III II That the term for which this Association unPraised
"Bishopric" walls and Everywhere
I shall exist b fifty from and after the ceilings are .
Men like to laugh at women's clothes yean
I affected by the jars and moisture which
0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla. date of its incorporation. cracks plaster. This Wall Board makes
with
-and then wear those green bats by Users
Seven Passenger : ARTICLE X a smooth hard surface that gives lasting
the bows behind.-Mllwaukee News.If II CII That the officers- of said- Association- who tatiifaction. Is displacing lath.andXutle Board* Roofing Xf,. Co.
it is fact that London shall transact its business, shall be" a Board plaster everywhere for cottages, bungaDear Bin'-Indexed plew* find rentttUM fat
a men are
STEVENS DURYEA : ARTICLES OF 1636 feet of Bishopric Wall Bowl halpH
INCORPORATION of Directors a President and a Vice-Presi- lows, fine homes public buildings gar- sure .
wearing aigrets to their bats we have II 'dent, and said President and Vice-President, ages, outbuildings, and every kind of oibe other I.:got from you we bate on tae mat
nothing further to say. Let the suffragettes 'shall also be the President and Vice-President, structure. and it loots fine.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE respectively, of said Board' of Directors, and FRANK HAVIXSTBmCMoMow.Pa
do their worst.-Phlladelphia Inquirer Ride in a GoodjCare'Phone : GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S ASSOCIATION each of them shall] at the time of filling said Saves a Month's Time ,

office, be a member of this Association, and a Comes in sheets 4 feet square, reads
I II' II Know An lien By These Presents ; That director in the same. And this Association for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to Investigate This Todayl
Heels of Dresden china the Latest II I
are
shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer bare
and walls
studding and
*e, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the ceilings are
eccentricity of Parish fashion. Tmk i\ I State of Florida, at least three of whom are both of which officers may be filled by one and ready for decorators the same day. Yon can see thiswonderful _..
the same person. And the number of Directors Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. non-
sidentiand titizena of the State of Flor-
in Paris will have to be done
trotting da, have this day voluntarily associated our. of this Association shall be three but the No skill needed to apply It. Saves a warping, are re
hereafter on a rubber mat.-New York 34MMIIMIIHMIIIIIillltl .elves together for the purpose of forming a said Association without amendment of its month's time in building. sistingwallboard at
the store of of the
barter, may at any time, by a twothirdsvote any
aorticultnral. corporation and association
Tribune unto
dealers named below.
of the Directors increase its Directory $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
the laws of the State of Florida, provid- Examine it carefully and
ag for the incorporation of horticultural and and may at any time*after so increasing the Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make heir"lsk.
similar Us Directors,
L 11-------- tgrknltural non-profit associations and cor- same, and by a vote of Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money so farther by II
Lipton and the Cup. porations in accordance with this proposed decrease its directory, as said Directors shall lath are imbedded in toughened Asphaltusing"Bishopric"iorwallsa dcdlltngs.
time shall the number of
. barter, and we hereby adopt these Articlesof see fit But at no
which shall said Directors be increased to a number greater -
Incorporation, become the
FOR SALE BY
than nine and at no time shall the numberof
Sir Thomas: Lipton is the gay little Charter of said corporation upon the issuance less
be decreased to
said directors a
of letters patent, according to law, and we do
challenger whom nothing can dismay. hereby certify. umber, than the original number of directors -

He wants to, "come back.-Chicaso ARTICLE I herein specified. That the names and
That the name of said corporation is the residences of the growers who are hereby
RecordHerald.Sir WELCOME TO Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. appointed by the incoroporators of this Association -
who shall act Directors to Orlando Novelty WorksThe
and as
Thomas Lipton may not be a very ARTICLE II
of its
first
said Association for the year
That this Association in organized under
successful lifter when it comes to until its other directors
cup existence, and are
ROYAL PALM the laws of this State as a horticultural asso-
yachting but he's a ,great challenger.- elation, and entitled to all the rights and legally elected and qualified Residences.A. are. .
Star. privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon Names
Indianapolis W. Davis Geneva
similar corporations and the voting power
The superstitious will be concernedto BARBER SHOP and all other rights and privileges of each ofthe J. H. Huddleston GenevaA.
members of this Association, holding a Moran, Geneva Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
knotbat if Sir Thomas Lipton'schallenge
certificate of membership in the same shall ARTICLE XI .. (r;)
is accepted by the New York be equal That the Directors of this Association shall

Yacht club the contest for the Ameri Modem and Complete. ARTICLE III have the right and power to charge and collect |
That there shall be no capital stock of said from its members and other fruit vegetable -
ca's cup next year will be the thirteenth Everything new, individual Association but the same shall be organized as and produce growers represented or WALL BOARDMMMMMiMMMMMMMtHMMMMIMMIMIHnttt
of the series held by the club, which a horticultural association and corporation,not served by this Association such compensationand
electric attachments at every for profit, and it shall not issue any shares. remuneration, to be paid to said Association -
ha* defended the with
hitherto cup chair. No atone has been left of stock whatever and shall not at any tune as said Directors may fix and
Success.-New York Sun. declare or pay any dividend or other profits charge for its services to him, her or themin
unturned to make this shop on any holding in said corporation, but all the picking packing handling marketing
'I moneys coming into this Association, for services shipping and selling of any and all of the
erequirements of the
Transferred Wealth. If I meet th rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by it produce and material which this Association
most particular. Plenty of for paying the expense of, and otherwise maintaining is herein authorized to handle and market
"How are petting along In the
you this Association and any surplus ARTICLE XII
law business, old manV" room. Courteous attendants. thereof remaining in its hands shall be used It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
as the Board of Directors of this Association understood, by and between all the persons Uat Should Interest r You
"I have one ellent"i ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, hall deem to the best interest of the Association becoming members of this Association, and Specials[
-Is be rich?" and said Association shall issue to each furthermore fully understood and agreed, by

"He ." Box 'rr Proprietor. person who shall become a member thereof a all persons who may hereafter become mem-
wa* '
; certificate of membership, and shall receivein hers of this Association that one of the purposes -
___ 'I Orange Are, Orlando, Fla. return therefor the sum of One Dollar and objects of this Association is to

;. It It netter in "..:. ',. .. '. (1.00)) to be converted into the Treasury of bring about the carrying into effect a system
aid corporation; but no person shall at anytime of mutual co-operation between the citrus
4fcin for our' "',., have own or control more than one and other produce growers of the State of
.. certificate of membership in said Association, Florida, in the picking packing handling, $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus shipping and marketing of all citrus fruit
fruit become or remain a member of this and other produce owned and controlled by
Association. the members of this and kindred Associationsin
ARTICLE IV the State of Florida; and to that end this
That the purposes for which this Association Association is created and organized in connection Good Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,

is formed are to bay lease, rent, sell, with and ufder the Florida Citrus
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real Exchange, and will at all times cooperatewith
and personal property which may be necessary and through said Florida Citrus Exchange $5.00 per Square
or convenient for the conduct of its business as a part of the system of exchanges
and to build lease and rent packinghouses which go to make up, control and operate
for the packing of fruit, also to purchase said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose headquarters
all material that may be necessary or are now located' in the City of 20 lb. Tin Put Complete
on
convenient for the purpose of packing or pre- Tampa, and State of Florida. And that all Roofing, ,
Regular DownpourOF paring citrus fruit, or other Florida grown citrus fruit and other produce placed in the
products for market Also to sell, as agents. hands of this Association shall be marketed
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of 'exclusively through said Florida Citrus $6.50 per Square

fruits and produce, which may be grown or Exchange.
controlled by members of this Association.Also ARTICLEXm
to own stock in any other incorporationor That the names and places of residence of
association, similar to this Association, existing the subscribing members and incorporatorsto
for the advancement, and protectingof these Articles of Incorporation and Associ- THE
BARGAINSft fruit and produce growers in the State of ation, are as follows:
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the Names Residences.E. .
members of this Association such fertilizer, Curlett Geneva
and fumigating and spraying implements and Ceo. E. Mathieux Geneva HELMS HARDWARE
materials, as may be thought by the Boardof Geo. Duchardt Geneva
Directors of this Association, from time to And each of said members of ,this proposed
time, by their resolution to be necessary- Association and incorporators who has
ft securing convenient for the fertilizations of lands or subscribed his name thereto, baa paid into COMPANYillllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllHHMIIIIIIIi
your person.
the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants the treasury of this corporation now being
which belong to the members of this Associa- created, .the sum of One Dollar for membership -
al needs now, you can make more tion. Also to buy and contract for the purchase thereof, which will entitle each of them. .
of anything that is considered by the upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the Association, to a membership in the same,
clear money than by any day'swork prevention of insect pests or for the destruction and a certificate of such membership upon
thereof for the benefits of its members as however, such person signing the bylaws of
you have ever done. Everything fruit and produce growers. Also the right to said Association including the contract for
to said Association, as provided JUST RECEIVED
own. contract for and operate all necessary his or her fruit
appliances that the Board of Directors at in'said bylaws.In .
\ in our store is being sold any time, may think necessary for the fertilization Witness Whereof. Each of said incorpor-
of groves and fields, the fumigationand ators and members of this proposed Association

at a sacrifice.Be spraying of insect of trees pests,and on plants the lands or the belonging extinction -- affiixed, .has his hereunto seal to these subscribed Articles his name of Incorporation and. TUB SILKS S CREPE[ [ HFDIS S

to the members of the Association, and to and Association.
sure and visit our store. It charge therefor, and collect, such reasonable Names Residences. ,
rates for said services, as may be establishedby E. Curlett (Seal Geneva
the.Board of Directors from time to time, Ceo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva
will eventually pay you. Remember for the uses above mentioned. And said Asso- George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva

elation shall be empowered to engage in a STATE OF FLORIDA. CREPE VOILES
lookers are welcomed as politely brokerage factor and commission selling business COUNTY OF ORANGE. I
to purchase boxes paper, nails and other Before the undersigned authority, personally
packing material; to engage in and conducta appeared E. Curlett Geo. E. Mathews George
) as buyers drayage, transfer forwarding and shipping: Duchardt who being by me duly I sworn lid
business; to purchase hold lease, or other each for himself, depose say and acknowledge, Bulgarian Trimmings and Ribbons
wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars,, that: be subscribed his name to the above proposed -
wagons, drays trucks, boats vessels, and other. Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers'Association
vehicles, and the necessary motive power and and affixed his seal to the same, fort
equipment for the same, and to engage in th! uses and purposes mentioned in said Charter -
transportation business of all such produce,, and in order to validate and acknowledgebe
material and other commodities as Bay bE ; same. Latest Styles in Millinery
Brown & Lartigue owned or controlled by it, but not u a common E. CURLETT, ,
carrier. And to dispose of the same at GEO. E. MATHIEU
wilL To borrow and loan money by or vpoi GEORGE DUCHARDT. .
mortgage on real estate, or otherwise and Sworn to ad subscribed before me, this the
generally to transact, carry on. and perform 6th day of May 19U.

Men's and Boys' Outfitters all germain such or other incident business to the operations purpose as abovi an H. H. PATTISHALL Notary Public., USSES: HAMILTON & DUMIr

mentioned. My commission expires on 13th day of
ARTICLE V July, IMS. I

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*turn that r in e of as ivory width the it dries for tusk than billiard ivory the it- -is shrinkage-in!balls'hrinks.Icntb.- ;has is shown In jovat theca ro ORLANDO O BANK & TRUST I COMPANY I LUCERNE l r [ I TIIEATEfl[ [



Phosphorus In the Body. ,
The iMNlyVfontains nearly two I jtuunds Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. MOTION PICTURES
of |thosihorus-enouh nilly. if ex
trailed, to make about ;.0(10( packages: Total Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million. 1TODAY'S
of friction matches. This i ho>iihorus' r t
is claimed by scientists to be essentialto I Statement of the Orlando Bank and
our health and vi;.:'or. Our boneslire I I PROGRAM \
much stronger and break !h.s easily i 4 sa" l i Trust Co, at Close of Business
for its existence and our minds are i I 16th I-
April 1913-The Ser-
much keener and able to work more I
rapidly and cleverly than they could I F. nth AanlTersary of "A LIFE IN A BALANCE" . . .Keystone ;
Without it. ) 1U Existence Another One of Those Funny Keystone Comedies
Remember the Keystone Leads the World in
Meerschaum. : I r t 11 u' Y+L LC Making Comedy Pictures ) !
Meerschaum literally means "vea : .
fY fntad .
Ii
foam"and derives its name from the ,
fact that it is sometimes found floating I i RESOURCES t tf' "THE MOVING PICTURE GIRL" . . Excelsior

in the Black sea. I Loans and Discount.....$368,197.88 Portraying the Daily Task of Each Artist Behind ,

ji .. 4 : Overdrafts............. 922.81 the Scenes. Very Interesting
Length of I Inaugural Speeches. i Real Estate, Furniture
Washington: used only 134 words in "SUSPENDED SENTENCE" .Americas
bis second inaujnir.il address. William ,;,.. ...< ., and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44
N A Cracker-Jack Western
Henry Harrison found need of 8,578 in I I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843 Story With Plenty of Snap
and Go. You Will Like It. *
.. Scenes Laid in
r Cash hand and In Banks
making his inaujrural: speech to the f t on 36,267.61
Sunny California, Showing the Rarest
country The great majority of the I

presidents kept themselves under 3,000 Total ................$789,2 O.OI and Most Beautiful Scenery
Hords. t

Cocoa In England. LUBIUTTES MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M. t

Until sixty years ago cocoa was taxed Capital Stock ...........100000.00 NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M. i
in England as a patent medicineand Surplus and UndiviJtd

could be sold only in packages I Profits ................ 24444JI
with a }' Deposits ...............! 665.115J8 500 $2 Books for 50 cents Each
wrapper.Modified t 't p t \
GET ONEVHILE THEY LAST

Onions that are overstrong In flavor : r, a i : 1 Total...............$718J1O.OII

may be rendered less so by slicing. : ,,
then patting in a colander and pouring i I ---- Admission
5
sss.'dj"a Yt I and lOc
boiling water over them. After this I, Deposits April 4, 1I1I..tutm. I : ,
plunge into ice water and let remain .
for half an hour. This will leave them Deposits April 16,1118... ",111.1I ; ENTIRE BALCONY FIVE CENTS TO EVERY ONE.

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MARKETOf

Animal Shells.It .
is a curious fact that the shells of W. M. SLEMONSDo
' certain animals such as cephalopods, .
Cleanliness Of :
brachipods and some bivalves, are Quality
commonly marked by retrogressive
' changes as age advances. "The old
man returns to second childhood in FRESH AND SALT MEATS

mind and body, states a scientist, you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or $j.oo.
"and the shell of tb'e cephalopod has in FISH AND GAME
Crosset Shoes Tan Shoes at $ Tan Gun
old are however distinct and highly at -4.00.Vomen's 3.50; Pumps $3.50, I

ornamental the adult, very close resemblance Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
to its own young.
best quality.
The Capitol Statue. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

The bronze statue of Freedom which I and pure.
Do You Want Suit Pants
surmounts the dome of the capitol at a Boys' or Boys' I I
Washington is nineteen feet six inchesin We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

height and weighs It.!>&; pounds. \Ve have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by I everything in the Meat Line.

Polar Regions Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, !

The polar regions are said to cover Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and
men who appre- I
4SSS)0) square miles. The PARLOR MARKETH.
ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.

Lobsters. The brand is a guarantee of quality. It !is a'pleasure to show these clothes, and
Lobsters from Roumania. Hungaryand
Russia have little flesh on them we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. M. Self & Co.
and turn a dull color when they are
boiled.

Manhattan Island. Just Received Mens' Mohair SuitsSLEMONS 18-20 PINE STREET

indians who accepted $24 from Gov-
ernor Peter Minuit for Manhattan Is- Phone No. 80r".u
land in Ire, did not make such a bad
bargain, for if they had invested that
W. M.
sum of money at compound Interest at
the prevailing rates since then theit -
heirs would now have 12000000000. 1+YYYYUIttafWNti..G4W.. 1. ., r-VV\ri I1tNW---- ..
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Gas Stove Toasting.A LIGHT THE

cheap and durable toaster for a MlimitMIIIMtltMtMIMMMMIMttMtMMMMMIMtlMMiillimMIIIMMtIIP I'
gas stove is a piece of sheet iron. Over I
TO PROSPERITY I
this a five cent wire toaster can be i

used blackening without the bread.danger of burning or YOU WANT THE LATEST ;

Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
Doctors Income IN
.
Despite the fact' that some of them their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
manage to get enormous fees, it isMid
that the doctors as a class get THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

poorer and poorer financially every HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

year. like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO & SALO.
flw York' First Graveyard.The > trade within its reach: That is the reason .
first graveyard in New York city MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY .
was established in the year 1633. It they command the attention of buyers.
was situated on the west side of what REFUNDED..
I
II now Broadway above Morris street
The oldest grave of which there is a For Every Store OwnerNo
,record is that of a child marled with

'bcnee a sandstone and winged'slab, with hourglassGn.n a skull: cross_ B Salomon ,Orlando matter how small his business the Electric ;

is the and
i JlUHIIIIIIIIMI Sign cheapest most effective

Turtl*. advertising. i
The green turtle ia found most extensively -
all along the coast of Mag- Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
OUTSIDE OPINIONS. Learned All Tricks of the Trade. I The Bradentown Journal tells us
dale&a bay, Lower California. The natives -
If Harry Thaw ever gets out of that the new warehouse for the Bur mit a sketch.
la a great many localities subsist .
,r almost entirely omits meat Busy Sharpening a Knife for T. R. Matteawan he might make an excel- nett, Morrison and Company is near No Trouble to Us.-No Expense to You. .
i Senator La Follette says he is not lent stab at being a lawyer. He has ing completion. "The outside work on

An III>Fated V...." yet ready to become a candidate. had mdre experience than many of the building is completed," says the
The steamer President, which left Washington PoslOutlook I them.-Boston Advertiser. Journal, "and carpenters are at workon
New York for Liverpool March 11, the interior." But the remarkable
1841 with 136 board, was ORNDO WATER[ &
on
persons LIGHT C R
,Mver heard from. Please Copy A FINE OPPORTUNITY. part of the story is this: "As there
About, all that is left of the.Bull' ..For rent from June 1st to October was no sign of such a building on the

New Zialand'i Parliament Moose party is the bellow, and that's 1st, seven-room furnished house; grounds a week ago, this goes to show .
Hew Zealand like Canada and South almost died out-Detroit Free Press.. bath, toilet up and down stairs; electric how: fast things -can happen in the COOK WITH GAS

Africa has long possessed a bilingual lights, water and telephone included building line in Bradentown." Theseare
parliament In 1867 Maori members Will Always Be Glad to Beat Reds. in rent $15.00 per month. truly pushing days in Florida.-
were for the first time admitted to the Nobody imagines that Mr. Math- Inquire Daily Sentinel. 24-3t Times-Union Short Talks.
bouse of representatives and allowedto
Nobody imagines that Mr. Mathew- -
address the assembly in their own IIIIIMIl!
tongue. son can possibly live long enough to An election will be held in Ocala According to the Independent, St.

see the end of his pitching days.-St !for the purpose of securing permission -I Petersburg is to have a modern pleasure REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER H
Lunar Gravity. Louis Republic. I to build a new grammar and high park on the water front A fine
Because of the lower surface gravitjon shcool in that city. Prelimimary'plans bath house, pavilion and other formsof
the moon a body which weighs I amusement will be added, and the Horse and Buggy day
Made Hay While Sun Shone. j I for the new building have been drawn per $2.50
twenty-one jtounds here would weigh We infer that Dr. Friedmann's and the estimated cost is $60,000. It place wil be made a miniature Coney U '& 1.2
day 1.50
only three pounds there.A -
pblicity hereafter will be on the in-I is understood that the new school Island.

Hint. side pages, and a1\ so much per line.,'house is a necessity, as the present Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50U

A hint for the man who likes to work -St. Louis Times.Xothing.to buildings are inadequate to the pres- Twenty-five students will this week) 1.2 day 2.50J. '
about the house: To avoid splitting a I ent needs and offer nothing for the receive diplomas and cirtificates in

board when driving,: a nail says a mechanical it But Base Ball future. liberary arts and business college, mu-

the nail magazine with pliers., cut Such off the a nail point will of "Baseball and the National life",! sic and preparatory courses, at Co- B. Magruder & Son
FOR SALE lumbia College, Lake City.
punch rather than wedge its way -Headline. Tautology of the least; ItlHHHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIIIHMHimillUSubscribe

through: and'may be driven almost on defensible sort. Base ball is-a synonym Good Horse, buggy and harness I n _
the edge of the board without split for the national life.Chicago>I Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the
: ting it Tribune. lando. Fla. 5-27 tf! Sentinel office. 5.18 tf For The Sentinel.t .






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I
Louis C. Massey, President Graduating Exercises
Thursday, May 29;. 10 a. m., at
T. Pktoo Willow Vle J>m. 8. Wttan Hew* r.u. Knowles hall.

Howard c. &bcoek, A't CwUo Samuel A.Newell A* 't CuU Organ prelude. Triumphal March,
from Aida (Verdi). Gertrude Eleanor


THESTATE Ideson.Prayer Rev. Henry A. Atkinson,
\
Chicago, Ill. What is the

Rollins Alma Mater (Pope). Glee


BANK Club.Address, Prof. Ambrose L. Suhrie,

Ph.D., Milledgeville, Ga. CHRISTMAS SAVING
Presentation of Diplomas and cer
tificates, President Blackman.

From Oberon In Fairlyland (Stev .
of Orlando ens). Misses Daniel, McQuarters and CLUB ?

Voorhees and Mrs. Shepherd, Messrs

Pope, Wetherill, Inman and Black
man.

THEJOEST BANK INTHEClTYj Benediction, Rev. Arthur Gushing
Dill, D. D. Merely a number of people who arrange to systematically

-AND- Organ prelude, Sancticus, from the save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as
Messe Solennelle (Gounod). Gertrud
Eleanor Ideson. surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
The Bank which transacts more business than
List of Senior Classes 1913 Christmas for every penny they have saved.
Bank between Jacksonville and
any Tampa College: George Conrad Bucher.Mabel .

Eliza Daniels, Emma Jane Little -

Herbert Alexander Martin, Chester
-
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Franklin McCardell, Henry Arthur ]

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Dyke Nickerson Delno Wetherill., Dean Sherman Pike, You can save any amount from 2 cents a week aped

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate
Academy: Celia Josephine BaldwLouise ; ; :
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Bucher, Daniel Henry For d: The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. ham, Fayette Lawrence Froemke, $11
Lois Davies Gowdy, Elmer Kennison week "club" nets .
you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. Harris, Ralph Jacobson, May Elenor

Moremen, Wilson Augustine MoremenCharles
Fontaine Venable.
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur School of Music: Agnes MargueriteHill

Van, Voorhees.Pohnnie Marion Smith, Adelaide IT IS WORTH WHILE !

School of Exprission: Edith Grace
correspondent banks located in
are every part of ; Boone, Arthur Frank Landstreet.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the < Business School: Alberto Jose Alfonso Call at the Christmas. Savings Club Window and let us explain it more oily,

I Clarence Atkinson Boyer, Edwin : -
United States.
| Earle Chambless, Alfred Colquitt or..better still join some club now.

$4 t Dunson, Joseph Eusabio Guiteras,

d_ ____ ___. _. Ruth Hollinger, William Matthew
Hyers, Donald Clute Lainhart, Albert
CLASS NIGHT EXERCISES AT TilE
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMYThe
Marshall LaBree, Thomas Gilbert Lee
,
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL closing exercises of St. Joseph's Zello Marinello, John Burnett blcC The Peoples National Bank

Academy will take place in the Academy tock, Harry Arthur Nickerson, He limy
Last evening the auditorium of
Hall Wednesday, 4th of June, Anthony Porter, Letha Kate Palmer, ,
Cluett Hall was filled with an en- "It is a pleasure to serve "
at 8 The you.
p. m. program of the exercises Ethel Pope, George Blossom Roberts: ,
thusiastic audience, gathered to hear
is being rehearsed by the pupilsand Sara lola Wilson.DAIRYING .
the "Class Night" exercises of the
promises to be interesting and en-
graduates of the Cathedral School.
tertaining. It
embraces drills and INTERESTS IN
The stage was prettily decorated, the recitations, vocal and instrumentalmusic. FLORIDA
class colors, yellow and being
green Ten cents admission will be -
carried out in .feathery bamboo and charged, the proceeds to be devotedto Great interest is being shown in I MtHliMilMIMttttlMMMIMttlllMtMMMMIMMMM> MHHMIUMMMttllH
crysanthemums.The
a library fund. the dairying business in Florida, and
class history was interestinglytold An exhibit of the pupils' work dur strange to say, the business and
by Miss Dorris Perry, who later pro-
ing the past academic year will beheld fessional men of the State are foremost AT THE
gave, with much expression,
a piano
I in the class
rooms Monday, Tuesday in the work of improving cat-
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solo, "Carpriccioso, by Leschetizky. and Wednesday, the 2nd, 3rd and4th I tle conditions and carrying forward
bliss Ethel Overstreet gave the sto of June from 9 to 11 a. m. and the work of dairying under modern
ry of the elass bower, and Miss Pau 3 to 5 p. m. All are cordially invite rules and with modern appliances.The .

line Nuckolls gave some very amusingand to inspect. the exhibit and become acquainted first and imnftrtant__ sten: jq

the Juniors.highly instructive ( ?) advice to ( tution. with- the work of the insti- driven eradicating from the Florida tick. pastures n The n tick---r in can two be aw RtI i n H l

Perhaps the
most warmly applauded -
Every
number on the program was the convinced really that thoughtful person is years time at comparatively -smal WHn W
education
an without expense if systematically
"Last Will and Testament," read by pursued.
godliness is a menace. Education Dipping cattle is the method and the
Miss Marion
Stouder.
should bring the light of knowledgeto cost of dipping will be met the first
The "fate"
of the
class memberswas
the mind and the warmth of God's season by the improved condition of
foretold by Miss Ethel Overstreet, love to the heart.
To this conviction both the milch cow and the beef crit-
this number closing the entertaining
very St.
Joseph's Academy owes its exist ter. Then the strain of stock is annually -
evening, ence. A school working for the religious improving by the proper cross MONEY SAVING
PRICES
training of the youth is one ing of the native with the thoroughbred. -
C. S. ALUMNAE HOLD ANNUALI of the nation's best assets and de .

I. MEETING I serves the sympathy and encouragement Farmers are learning that it pays to LIES IN INTELLIGENT
of all BUYING
good men. grow some winter forage crop fore
Yesterday afternoon in the drawing From a memorial point of view th cattle during the two or three monthsof

room of Pell-Clarke Hall the Alum! year just ending has been the most short pasture. In the north great

nae Association of the CathedralSchool | j successful in the Academy's historyas quantities of hay and have
corn to be 'v WE HAVE INAUGURATED THE GREATEST VALUE-
held its annual meeting. Al the attendance has been very much stored for six months of winter feed

though many members were absent,' larger than in any other year. ing. Farmers find it very profitableeven
from the city, the meeting was quite I though their product sells from GIVING SALE EVER ATTEMPTED IN ORLANDO. COME

interesting, a number of importan HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT I twenty to forty per cent less thanin

topics being discussed. It was decided Opening services, Sunday, June 1st, Florida. In this state every known EARLY AND STAY LATE AND ENJOY THIS GREAT FEAST .
that the officers be elected for a term 7.30 p. m., at the Methodist church root used for stock food can success-

of three years instead of one, and that Baccalaureate sermon by Dr. J. E fully and profitably be grown and OF THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LADIES' MERCHANDISE EVER .
all members should be required eitherto : Wray. only need be taken from the ground in

be present at the yearly gatherings Class Day Exercises, Monday, June winter as fast as needed for feed. Ensilage L-
OFFERED AT SUCH SACRIFICED
or else send a personal letter t o 2nd, 8:00 PRICE REDUCTIONS.
p. m., High School building can be made as cheaply hereas ,
the Association telling' of their life President's Address . Edna Hye in the north and a much smaller

during the preceeding year The Association History ... . Edwin McQuatersPresentation quantity will be needed. Japanesecane .

is to install an electric gong .. . Alfred Link and other forage crops can be
in the School and plans to make some Prophecy . . Faye VaughanAddress raised in..abundance.The .

gift each year to show interest in i its:; to Undergraduates . . truth is, Florida will soon realize -

welfare. . . . . Gerald Hurlbu the folly of milking tin cans of

Response . ... Minna HarrisPaper eating western benzoated meat. Flor!
FACULTY ENTERTAIN SENIOR; "High School Echo" and Compensation -I Ida can produce both milk and beef N. P. YOWBLL

.. . By the Preside cheaper than in the north if they bu
The Senior Class of the Cathedral Song . . . . Quartet go at it as intelligently. Then why
School, for whom many pretty parties Orchestra continue to pay this heavy tribute to
have been given, were entertained last Commencement the railroad ,
Exercises, Tuesday,. companies, the beef trust I
evening by the faculty with a beautifully June 3rd, 8:00( p. m., at Lucerne The- and the milk trust? Perseverence on "
arranged dinner at the San Ju an.atre.. the part of the farmers will accomplish THE

Dahlias formed the center decorationfor Invocation . Dr. J. F. McKinnonry wonders in these lines.

the table around which the me Essay . ... . "Historical Fa
party were seated. Dainty place cards Miss Agnes Faye Vaughan Is"I I TEA AND REST ROOM TO REMAIN

bore the names of Rev. and Mrs. R. pi. Oration . . . . "Russia"is OPEN BIG WHITE
Cobb and Misses Atkinson, Morris, ). Edwin Arthur McQuarters -

Latin Beers, smith, Rust, Broomal, .11.UUSIC r . . . Glee Club I Arrangement has been made with _

Ethel and Lois Overstreet, Pauline Oration ....- ... "Universal Peace"I .ilrs. Van Ness, the capable
Nuckolls, Dorris Perry and Marion Mr. Gerald Bookstaver Hurlb'urt j managerof ;
the Civic STORE
League Tea and RestRoom
Stouder. Essay ...
"Forestry as a ProfessionMr by which that attractive place
Alfred Hugo Link will remain open during the summer
U. I). C. CARD PARTY Presentation of Diplomas . . months. This is pleasant
. news, for
.. Hon. LeRoy B. Giles the Tea Room has been IMIIIHIimilllIMM''
The Annie Coleman Chapter of the Music . .. . . Glee Club providing a cool and a great success _-
restful
U. D. C. gave a pretty and successful Address . .. Dr. J. W. Stagg for those fatigued from retreat LUCERNE THEATER TODAY AT THE FAVORITE TODAY

party yesterday afternoon at the homeof Benediction .. .. .. . .. . ping and one where delicious lunch-shop- PROGRAM A cracker-Jack Western story, with I Romance and Reality ._....NestorA
Mrs. W. P. Watson. Orchestra plenty of snap and go, You will likeit.
Eight tablesof eons may be obtained. Mrs. Van Ness "Life in a Balance" . .Keystone Scenes laid in California Western Drama
bridge players were present and will continue to sunny The Baldheaded Club ... .
serve refreshing dainties Another one of those funny Key- ,... Imp
the and beautiful
A Boon to showing rarest most -
All
one table of "five hundred. Those Who
The first Go Down to and will take special orders for stone Comedies. Remember the A Sceramingly Funney Comedy
prize in the bridge contest was won the Sea In Ships cake, nut-bread, salads and sandwiches. Keystone leads the Morld in mak- scenery. An Apache Father's Vengeance .... .
by Mrs. Hamilton Johnson, the con The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem Although under private management ing Comedy pictures. Matinee daily at 3:30 to 5 p. m. ....... . .. ,.... ..., .BisonA
solation going to Mrs. L. H. Lawrence edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea for a few months, the Tea and "The Moving Picture Girl".Excelsior Night 7:15 to 10 p. m. Verile Military Drama

At five hundred, Mrs. Charles Camp Sickness. If you contemplate a sea Rest Room remains open to the pub Portraying the daily task of each Open 2 to 6 and 7 to0.. p. m.
bell was most successful, the t low trip, be sure and take with you a hot lic. artist behind the scenes. Very in- Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,, Admission 5 cents to all.
score being made by Miss Mary Bran tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If teresting. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.

ham. it does not cure money refunded. tf Subscribe for the Sentinel I"Suspended' Sentence" ....American 5-15-2w. Subscribe for the Sentbd.