The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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






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Rev. Edward T. Poulson, M. A., an- Chicago, May 28.-At least two |I Chattanooga, Tenn., May 28.Clearskies Washington, May 23.-The fight being Sofia, Bulgaria, May 28.-Military I i Rork, May 2S.-At a special
t nounced Wednesday evening, his res- widows and a fiance are mourning the and bright sunshine smiled upon made for better mail service in I circles of the Bulgarian capital ex- meeting of the Board of Health and

ignation as pastor of the First Baptist death of Homer E. Morrison, and the I the second day of the twenty-third the South by newspapers and Southern pect an almost immediate outbreakof its advisory committee tomorrow ac-
church, of Bluffton, and the resigna- 'police are working on clues which annual reunion of the United States representatives in Congress has, hostilities between Bulgaria and tion will be taken in regard to the

tion is to become effective June 30th. may lead them to three other women Confederate Veterans.The it is said, been instrumental in caus- Servia. I Friedmann tuberculosis "cure." It was
their late hus-I favorable weather conditions ing the most complete investigationof that Commissioner
In asking the local church to accept -; who claim that man as r predicted yesterday -
his resignation, the Rev. Poulson band. induced thousands to visit Chickamauga ,'',I the Hitchcock administration by the Vienna, May 28.-Bulgaria has addressed Ernst J. Lederie will forbid the use
stated that it was his purpose to accept -| Morrison died last Thursday of what I Park, the scene of one of the most new postmaster general, for the pur- a note to the powers offeringto /; .1 I of the Friedmann vaccine until his experts -
a call to the pastorate of the may have been poisoning. Two of I historic battles in the war betweenthe pose of finding out the exact status of I' submit to their decision the question can pass upon its value, regardless -

First Baptist church of Orlando, Flor- his wives have complained that he' States, where handsome monu- the department, and why these thous- I of the future of Saloniki, according of the length of time the tests
ida. The congregation of the Orlando took $17,000 of their money and a ments were unveiled by representatives ;ands of complaints and charges of inefficient 1 to the P.elchspo:3t. may take.
church is anxious to have him enter widow who says he promised to marry from the States of Florida and service have been poured in. I I If such order is taken Dr. Lcderi

upon the pastorate there as soon as : her, admits she gave him 1600.. II Alabama. I' Mr. Burleson will shortly give to the Saloniki, May 28.-Severe tensior i'' will order Dr. Friedmann or his back-
possible and he plans to locate with j i Mrs. Homer E. Morrison says she More than two hundred monuments public a complete history of this in- I continues between the Greek and Bul- I er, Moritz Eisner, to give the depart-

his familv in Orlando soon after his; '!married Morrison three years ago; I previously had been erected here by : vestigation which will prove that Mr...1 I garian armies facing each other nortl ment samples of the vaccine in such

current year ends here. [ ?\:Irs. R. W. Thompson says she mar- both> Northern and Southern States in J 1 iitchcock not only did not create a I'')f Saloniki. Shots were exchanged II'' The resignation has rather been ex- ri ied the same man under the name of memory of the thirty odd thousand s iurplusage in his department, but ac- ,yesterday and today. The Greeks ac- 1 be made. That the Board of Health

pected, because, as previously repor- :, 'hompson, seven years ago; Mrs. soldiers, who perished where the National !' 1;ually caused a large deficit, besides :use the Bulgarians as aggressors. ;regards the situation as one of great
ted in the News, it was known that he 'earl( McDivitt asserts Morrison Park now is located. : :*so crippling the service that it will In spite of the declaration made at gravity: is shown by the fact that Dr.
had received a splendid offer to come P1 romised to marry her next month. Special trains from Florida andt; j;ake large sums of money and yearso Sofia, that the Bulgarian troops have I| Lederie called an emergency meet
to the church in Florida. He had been f These three women lived on the Alabama arrived early in the dayt; j; get the postoffice department back been ordered to observe a moderate at- ing. .
extended the call previously to his i 1s ame car line without knowing the exI wringing visitors from those States |<>n the plane of efficiency and satisfaction I titude, and to avoid conflicts with the ''I Dr. Joseph H. O'Connell, Health
recent trip south, and the purpose'[ I:stence of each other. Sometimes who came especially to witness the 1 it occupied before Mr. Hitchcock I Greeks, the Bulgarian commanders j Officer of the Port, took the first official
of his trip was largely to investigate I' Jorrison, visited all three the same i impressive ceremonies attendant upon began his "economy of operation" !) apparently are preparing to attack I} action against the turtle serum
and to determine whether or not heI I lay.; 1 the unveiling.Mrs. I'farce. I J Eleftheria, with a view to gaining | yesterday when he wrote to Dr. Led.

desired to accept. He says that while { Under the name of Thompson the I Townes Randolph Leigh, of : The report will show that in every'' complete occupation of the dominant ;< erie advising him to prohibit its use

' he regrets greatly to leave Bluffton, nan posed as a claim adjuster, but'or I ]Montgomery, formally presented the i year of the Hitchcock administrationthere position of Mount Panghaion. They' until the department should be sup-
he believes Orlando offers a great f< seven years kept Mrs. Thompsonn .Alabama monument to the Chickamauga I was a deficit, and the total of 1 I have already placed guns on the hill | plied with the vaccine. Dr. O'Connellsays

field for his labors, and he anticipates i the dark regarding his place of I Park Commission; ex-United (these for the four years is something crests southeast of Preva, command-i) he wrote the letter after a thor-

a successful pastorate there. Orlando ,usiness. To Mrs. Morrison he was a :States Senator Samuel Pasco, chair- near a million dollars, despite the fact | ing Elftheria.The : ough examination of the department

is a city of about 8,000 population norr: real estate dealer, but she never knew I man of the Florida Commission, made ; that Mr. Hitchcock showed a plausi. ,i Bulgarian troops have also occupied reports on the Friedmann "cure. The
mally, and is steadily growing, and inI I here his office was. By day he was the presentation speech, turning over ble balance on the credit side of the the hills commanding Bujuktu, Health Officer spoke of "terrible dan-

the winter months has an increased i I manager of a rooming house on Chicago the Florida monument to the govern-, ledger of $200,000, in addition to wip- south of Lake Dorian, and the town gers involved in the unrestricted activities

population of several thousand, as it : avenue, where he never was seen j i ment. ing out a deficit in 1909, of seventeenand of the same name, occupied by the I of those who have commercials

is one of the prettiest and most popu- it night I Among the prominent Alabama citi- a half million dollars. Greeks. I ized the treatment.
lar winter resorts or the south. From what Mrs. Thompson has zens who participated in the ceremony i The Greek generals believe the Bulgarians I But what gave the letter the most

The Rev. Poulson has haJ a very I said, the police suspect that Morri-I were Governor Emmett O'Neal and TO FIGHT WARS OF THE FUTURE !! are systematically creating weight was the fact made public by;

successful pastorate as the head of :son took poison and they are gather- staff; Captain Raphael Semmes and! ---- I incidents and endeavoring to drive Dr. O'Connell's secretary, that the reports
the First Baptist church of Bluffton, ,, I i ing evidence to present to the coroner. escort from Camps Lomax and Faulkner -' Copenhagen May 28.The dreamof the Greeks toward the sea and seize upon which the letter was" based
and has been extremely popular both:' of Montgomery; Colonel S. H.j i a Danish engineer named Aesen,I the positions vacated by them. had been made by a physician of the

with the members of his own congre-I WILL BEAR FUNERAL EXPENSES! Dent, of Eufaula, Ala., General Geo. ; of Seeing the next war waged by au- ''Otisville I Sanitorium, selected by Dr.
gation and with the Bluff ton citizens I P. Harrison, commander of the Army j tomatons in place of soldiers has de- ANOTHER BIG DEAL BREWINGG. i H. M. Biggs as the man best fitted to
generally, and it will be learned with Long Beach, CaL, May 28.-AH the of Tennessee, Department United Con-j veaped into the patenting of an invention I j investigate the "cure." The reports, it
deep regret that he intends to leave : I expenses of the funerals of the thirty- federate Veterans; Alabama's four I which, it is said, would rev- W. Bingham, of Oklahoma City,I is understood, received Dr. Biggs' unqualified -
this city. His wife is also held in highest -; :seven persons killed in the pier disas- brigadier generals, Fuller, Hooper olutionize tactics. who has been in the city for several approval. Dr. Biggs is one
esteem by every one who knows I i''ter here Saturday and that occurred I Weathers and Lumpkin. I Aeson's contrivance is a cylinder days consulting with Mr. S. S. Griffin I of the best tuberculosis authorities in

her and her circle of friends will be 'in the care of the injured, probablywill I Major W. W. Screws, editor of the ;, which may be buried in the ground i on a large real estate deal, left yester- this country.
sorry to see her depart. be paid by the city of Long special I' Montgomery Advertiser, delivered the I| for years in the same fashion as sub- |! day. i II I I

The Rev. Poulson entered upon his 'out of a fund to be raised by principal address of the occasion tak- marine mines are placed in harbors I I Sam who is so quiet about his deals CONFEDERATE VETERANS' REUNION .
pastorate in Bulffton July 4, 1909, following : (tax levy. !| ing for his subject, "Women of the doing no damage until they are fired. that you can't get anything out of him t!
a very successful pastorate of'' The City Council last night instruct-I Confederacy." II The cylinder is operated by electricity 'I except by putting a stomach pump I -'.
five years at New Albany, Ind., which 'ed the city attorney to The Florida Monument was unveiledby from a station four or five miles distant I on him has kept this deal so close
was his first charge after leaving the 'dinance calling for an election on the : Mrs. R. II. Turnbull, of Monti- I When a button is pressed the under his hat that but few people i j Chattanooga, Tenn., May 28.-A bitter -.
Louisville seminary. proposed tax. The citizens' relief I I cello, Florida, sponsor of the Florida cylinder jumps two feet from the knew about it. The Sentinel, how- :I and thinly veiled attack on their
Rev. Poulson made his announce- committee will provide the Council on Division, United Confederate Vet- I ground and fires 300 shots horizontally ever has known for several days that I'i initiative, referendum and recall and
ment of his resignation at the regular : Thursday night with an estimate of I I|i I. erans. I the shots being effective at a something big was in the air and yesterday -I, a scathing denunciation of the sup-

weekly prayer meeting at the Baptist j I I the amount required. It is expected i j i Members of the Florida Commission I range of 3,000 yards. run it down and discovered porters of these measures, whom he

church Wednesday evening. The board(to reach about $30,000. I I I were introduced by Colonel Baxter Aesen asserts that crops might be I that Mr. Griffin is working on a big I called "temporary politicians," was
did not take action on the resignationbut I City officials assert that voluntary I]I I Smith, of the Chickamauga Park Com- grown over the automatons in time of deal with Mr. Bingham which involves made here today by Daniel S. Hen

such action will soon be taken at I! relief work by the municipality is not ,, mission.General. peace and thus they would be so well $75,000 worth of Florida real estate. I derson, of South Carolina in the annual
a meeting to be held soon.-News,) admission of the city's liability for I I E. M. Law, of the Florida hidden that the enemy would not The gentlemen interested said that address at the United Confederate -

Bluffton, Ind.ORDINATION. I damages. In addition, $2,500 was ap- Commission, responded and ex-Sen- I know their position until they started they were not yet in a position to give' I. Veterans' Reunion.
propriated by the Council last night I I ator Pasco delivered-- the- dedication I firing I out anything for publication and it "The moment has come," said the
SERVICES AT FIRST A cablegram of sympathy was received -I speech. Both ex-Senator Pasco and is not yet learned whether or not I speaker, "for not only the survivors
BAPTIST CHURCH from Sir Thomas Lipton, who General Law took part in the battleof FIRE CHIEFS SON TO LEAVE the land in question involves any of I and descendants of the Confederacy,
i was entertained here a few months Chickamauga. The latter belongedto FIRE DEPARTMENTW. Mr. Griffin's holdings at Windermere, I but those of the Blue as well, to get

Yesterday evening there was held ,ago. General Longstreet's corps, while where he has a large tract of very together and save the nation from the
a special service at the First Bap-I! I the former was a private in the third L. Mathews, a son of Chief valuable land. In this connection it:, isms and nostrums of the temporary

tist church, the purpose being the or- LAND QUESTION CAUSES DIS- Florida Regiment Mathews, will sever his connection is the suggestive fact that a part of I' politicians of the day, who falsely, in
Business sessions with No. 1 fire Saturday the name of the people and for their
dination of two deacons. II PUTE were resumed by company Mr. Griffin's holding is in a lake reg- ,
Dr. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Bap- the United Confederate Veterans this night ion very suitable for a big winter I personal advancement are seeking to

tist church at Kissimmee preached Tokio, May 28.-The executive com- morning. Mr. Mathews has accepted a posi- hotel to meet the demand for a quiet I emasculate and destroy the very law
I I tion with the Eureka Fire Hose and spirit of written constitution
com- retreat where the sportsmen finda our ,
Ordination sermon, and he did it mittee of ex-Premier Count Batsura'sparty may
.i BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG pany of Atlanta, Ga., as traveling paradise. handed down to us by the combined
well, clearly setting forth the duties j today issued a statement that
II. LEAGUESSpecial agent and will leave to in his wisdom of Alexander Hamilton Ben-
and the attributes of a deacon of the I the present cabinet could not be relied engage ,
new work on Sunday. He has been jamin Franklin, James Wilson, Gov-
church of Jesus Christ. He spoke of upon to settle the California land ownership to the SentineL FORMER SENATOR SENTENCEDNew
connected with the local fire depart- i ernor Morris, James Madison and
the fact that the success of the church i> question, and adding that the NationalBrookl'nPhiladelphia
'ment for the last year and, as a fireman Charles Pinckney, and to substitutein
and the success of the pastor depended -f party had'decided to adopt its own rain. York, May 28.-Former State I
has proved himself to be "a its stead laws hewn in
upon the spirituality and unity of I]I propaganda with regard to the dis- Boston-New York, rain. I Senator Stephen K. Stilwell, convicted I
off the old block, in the
chip always passion.
those set apart to perform these spe- ipute. Pittsburg, 1 Cincinnati 3. of bribery by a jury last week, after
; front rank when work was to be done. Continuing at considerable
I he had been length
exonerated the New
cial duties. There are indictments that the by
opposition Chicago 8 St. Louis 7-17 in-
; ,
He will be greatly missed by his com- the speaker made a nappeal to'-the
After the sermon, the two brethren parties in Japan are utilizingthe nings. York State Senate, was sentenced today -
panions in the department as well as men fall sections of the Union
)lr. J. H. Tucker and Arthur Barlow, California problem to discreditthe American to serve not less than four years to
by his friends in thi city.- "stand for the basic
many nor more than eight in principles o{ the
previously elected by the church to Yamamoto ministry. New York-Boston two rain. years Sing
I Tampa Times. Federal constitution and
this office, came forward and Dr. !i The cabinet, however, is generally Philadelphia-Washington, 2 games, Sing pri on. resist such
changes in the form of
Douglas, Dr. Holt and Rev. Mr. Smith !'conceded to be in a strong position rain. our government

of Apopka, with the assistance of the' with the public. Cleveland., 2,: Chicago., 1-,: n first___ game'_ JACKSONVILLE SELECTED I .ATTENTION BUSINESS MEN as for.a "great many people are clam-
present members of the Board of: Cleveland, 5; Chicago, 3; second game. t !oring
Deacons, proceeded with the layingon I BIG ADVERTISING St. Louis, 3; Detroit, 6. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 28.-Jack- Tomorrow is Memorial Day and a.!.i to Mr.discussion Henderson devoted some time
of hands and the of, sonville, Fla., was today selected as i a of the negro problem
setting apart South Atlantic National legal '
holiday. Banks
Mr. F. :M. Drennen, who is visiting and declared that the
the two brethren to the office to which the place for holding the next reunion lynching of the
Savannah 2 Charleston 0. !
in this city and who conducts one of ; houses will be closed. This'
they had been elected. II( the large mercantile houses of Birmingham I| Macon, 3; Jacksonville, 0. I lof the Confederate Veterans. notice for a reminder to you that you 'I negro whatsoever in the was South inexcusable.for any "It crime is
| General Bennett
I says that he spent $ ,600 Columbus, 12; Albany, 4. I I t Young was reelected may make your arrangements ac- 1
the duty of the South" said he "to
I commander-in-chief and all ,
ORLANDO STAND PIPE last month for advertising and that 'CarolinaWinstonSalem cordingly.Mr. .
'I the old officers chosen at the morning ,I see that the negro has his fair sh'areof
his experience is that large displayads 8; Charlotte, 4, 1st I I I! public education according to his
The Orlando Water & Com- Winston-Salem Charlotte I session.
Light in the Sunday morning is game. ; ,
papers .
Donald McDonald, state condition and qualifications while we
The parade of the Sons of Veteransin I representative
pany say that they will welcome inspection the most valuable advertising 8, 2nd game. I
a man
I the afternoon was witnessed by i of the Standard Oil Com- forever say to him, you cannot be our
of the stand pipe by Ashville 2; Raleigh 1, 1st, over
any can buy. He is a great believer in game.i who is located social
pany, now in Daytonawas equal"Mr.
committee. They say that the stand systematic advertising and says that Ashville, 5; Raleigh, 8, 2nd game. 1 100,000 persons. A grand ball was
in Orlando yesterday. Mr. McDonald Henderson concluded his speech
pipe is provided with latest appliancesfor when a man has anything special to Durham, 3; Greensboro, 2. given tonight on the campus of the i
University of Chattanooga. for seventeen years was a with a resounding tribute to Wash-
aerating the water, an dthe top push that half and full adver-
page Tomorrow morning the parade of resident of Orange county and yet ington, Lincoln, Robert E. Lee and
is closed by dirt proof iron cover. tisements are good investments. The WINS BY ONE HOLE
looks with fondness Jefferson
the Veterans will take place. upon his first Davis, characterizing them
These are important features in fact that Mr. Drennen is a very
as the greatest men of the period be-
furnishing pure water and the citizens successful merchant and that what Ft. Andrews, Scotland, May 28.-In tween the Revolutionary and Civil
will be gratified to know that every he says accords with the experienceof the fourth round of the world's ama- WEATHER REPORT Wars.
precaution is taken to furnish pure all large and successful mercantile teur golf championship tournament, One reason that may be urged
water. houses, ought to be taken by our mer- played here today, Worthington, of Fair Thursday and Friday. against the plan to lynch reckless
chants as pretty good advice to fol the Mid-Surrey Golf Club, beat Harold chauffeurs is it would block traffic.- Insurance, real estate, loans tad

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f OTHER STATES HAVE THEIR r e t 1.;,..t Ho<>ao II. C:&t ; t e H.... >>" C fxtxN I r I,I., I e I I.0 f. /''''''>,y." '

annual The assessors round. One are now of their making duties their is Gifts to Please i I Bargains Bargains !

to look out for buildings erected or, '
other real estate improvements made
since last year. Land was assesseda I
year ago, and that assessment will Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
sand without revaluation for fo.ur' Maybe safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
years; but any improvements made k; tr.'J' : and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of'everybody -
upon the land in the meantime must I j -71- : .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
be added to the taxable value thereof.f where everything .... /:- Ladies' Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.
Is it a crime to build a new house i i .j+_'...n:I !:tt..4'( Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French'i'1
or tarn? It would seem so. If you!J is vl Gingham, from 9Sc up.
guaranteed. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors
have been so rash as to make any important -j : l-;
'improvement upon your farm J from 25c up.Ladies' .
within the past year be sure the as-' tI Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
sessor will find you out. He will add styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
it to the taxable value of your farm'' J': Dry Goods at a special reduction.
and you will be obliged to pay a fine' i ;, Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
Allen & Co. "
for your industry. Perhaps by improving f. +".. ; Ladies' and Children's Keady-to-Wear and Trimmed
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your farm you have added' it Hats from 25c up.
to the value of the piece of unimproved -'! :Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and ..
land lying next to yours. Your'; Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. '
taxes go up but the taxes on that: JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
unimproved land do not, no matter: Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
how its value may have increased, Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles .
since last year. I and colors, from 50c up.
A better system of taxation to dis- Orlando Florida Boys Pants from 25c up.
courage the improvement of farmsend j Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. '
to encourage speculation in land i; I Men's and Boys Felt and Straw Hats from 23c up. A ,
could not well be devised. If you Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi
avoid being fined for industry, sit]" tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho 1
tight, and do not improve your place' trades with us. x ; .
enough for the assessor to notice.i! We want your trade and we assure you that we will
Nebraska Farmer. i Our Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- rrk
antee satisfaction refunded. Come and!
Taxes are never popular and every!I or your money
State has its troubles with that sub!! convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
ject. However, every well organized i your service always.Everyth'in If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

state has a board of equalization who
can equalize the burdens of taxation.,I 1 H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlandoe
Equalization, not exemption, is'

Florida's great need today. i MlliilllltlMMiMMItillllimilMIMMMMtllMMI 'IMIMIHMMMMMMItiMtMMIMtMMMUMMMM" " " ,,:::::':::::IIIIIII:
The annual meeting of the Florida
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? on June 26, 27 and 28. < ,

The contract for the $60,000 addition -! !' JHE[
to the Detroit Hotel in St. Peters-' WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST OAKlANDI
burg wil be let time this week.'
some s 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
The plans and specifications for the Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
building call for the completion of a'' Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
four-story brick addition to the house.i
I We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
Rev. K. L. Mciver, pastor of the'! ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
Knox Presbyterian church in Pensa-': I cerne. TALKING
cola, suffered an attack of paralysis i, t"TIY GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.
a few mornings ago. Physicians think ABOUTASK :
he : OUR KTfi CREAMThe ; IOlllel&III I "IIIIIel=DII ;llo.., ; '
will recover and feel no bad effects
as a result of the attack. j fOR DEMONSTRATION
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The exercises of Baccalaureate Sun-;,which showed the egects of long train-. Jeflersonian simplicity reigns at the mad, as it it next to impossible for For the Next Fifteen
day were in some respects the most ing on the part of the various singers.It White House. :Mr. Wilson gets out! our carrier boys not to miss someone Days
impressive and gratyfying ever held i is doubtful if, during the musical and digs in the posy beds when he:' once in a while. Just call 24 over
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Congregational church. The graduating -J individuals there may have been as be better for them than ridingin --
class headed the procession, led I good, but never the abundant supplyof a cab, and Secretary Bryan takes' per barrel delivered
by Junior Marshal Harry S. Klingler?; voices in all parts which has made a big market basket on his arm and MCiMIMMMIIIIMMMIIt ..
and followed in order by the other,the work so successful. It is certain ambles off to the market and chats
graduating classes of the various departments that there are not many colleges in with the clerks and buys the meat and
the faculty, and the stu-'the country where the program of produce for his table like any other '
dent body. For the first time in Rol- Sunday afternoon could be more creditably -. : THE ONE CIGAR THAT
lins' history, the full academic cos-| performed than by the Rollins I man.These people continue to live and Florida Metal Co.
tume was worn by graduates and faculty -:chorus and soloists. be human beings instead of giving i
and lent a tonch of dignity and; On Monday evening, in the audit themselves over to snobs and snobbery EVERYBODY LIKES -
ceremony to'the occasion. orium in Knowles Hall, there occurred and contributing generously to I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
The church was filled to capacityby the Commencement Recital of I a cod fish aristocracy. j:
the friends of the College, and the:the pupils of the School of Expression How much more there is in life for I Phone 41. .M I
service was directed by President!' which was heard by an unusually I such people than those who try to HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS Ip
Blackman, assisted on the rostrum by'''large audience for this time of the I follow all the fads and ape all the -
Dr. A. C. Dill, Rev. W. L. Barze,: year, every seat nearly being taken.! fools. -- -- -
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Rev. G. B. Waldron and Dean A. D.I|The numbers were all interesting and i

Enyart. The College quartet, consist-i,many humorous and amusing, and all I Detroit, in Dade county, is puttingon
ing of Miss Dorothy Daniel, Mrs.!went away well pleased with the" real city airs. A bell tower has Get the best cigar at five
Martha Shepherd, Prof. II. S. Pope| showing of the pupils, most of whom i been built on the town hall and a ; cents, the next time you Cool
and Prof. Berkeley Blackman, sang;have just completed their first year,,I new bell will be installed. I, ; want to smoke-judge for Keep
with great effect the splendid anthemof I and were therefore appearing in public yourself.
MacFarlane's, "God is our Refuge."I without the confidence which experience -i According to figures compiled county w
The Baccalaureate sermon was preach. will bring. All rendered their! superintendent of schools in Dade
ed by Dr. Blackman, who chose for.selections, however, with much poise county, R. E. Hall, the Miami school
his text the words from the Scripture !and skill, and showed the effects of district attendance totals have near- Made in Orlando and sold Fireless CookersAND
"The Lord is my Light." His wordsI I skillful training and conscientious en- ly doubled in the last four years. by all dealers.
were addressed especially to those who I deavor, a tribute to the high standardsand
at this time go forth from the Col- efficiency of the work of the Ex-;
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lege into the various walks of life pression Department. I I IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIJllle.l
and were an impressive and inspiring I The College heard with deep sor-;, 'L
charge to them to take for their light row of the recent death in Washington -j ELECTRIC FANS
through life the God which Rollins of Charles L. Smith, who for!
always holds before her pupils as many years has made his winter home!;, NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS INCrepe
their guide. None who heard the in Winter Park, and has been for a'{' .. TO KEEP COOL WITH
words of the President could fail to long time one of the closest friends of!J
be touched by the solemnity and ear- the work of the institution. lion. W.
nestness of his plea to those whose R .O'Neal, Treasurer of the College,I! Goods and imonos
characters for some years have been has left to accompany Mrs. Smith and
in the mulding in the institution.In the body to its final resting place in
the afternoon, at four o'clock, in Massachusetts. Mrs. Smith was
the Congregational church, the regu- for many years matron of Cloverleaf GOWNS ETC. FOR COMFORT
lar Commencement Vesper servicewas Cottage before her marriage, and ,
held under the direction of Prof. was elected to the Board of Trusteesat
Pope. It was almost the unanimous their last meeting this spring. All 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2
opinion of those who have heard the her many friends in school and town Tne rlf f fLf Tm L CO11Inc
musical programs of the school for will mourn with her, her loss. cents per yard at .
many years that no service has ever
been more highly pleasant and cred LISTEN! ALL GRADUATES! HAND BUILDINGSEASONABLE
itable to performers and director Are cordially invited to call at the McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
alike, than was this one. President new Evans' Photo Parlors and inspectmy iniiiiit
Blackman spoke a few words of explanation work. If it appeals to you, I will -
between the various num- :be glad to quote you special prices. STORE
bers, which added much to the com- I Everything new and uptoNOW.Studio SEEDSCOW

prehension and enjoyment of those i is located on corner just one 124 South Orange Avenue PEAS-Clay, Whippoorwill}and Unknown $2.65. Iron and New Era
who were perhaps not familiar with I block north of court house. Orlando, : &.OQ. Splendid Mixed 2.50. California Blackeye 13.75. Spanish Peanuts $2.00.
the great orations from which most I Florida. 5-25 3t OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Chufas $4.00. German Millet and Sorghum 12.50. Velvet Beans f 2.00. Pecks
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The Daily FORT MYERS BIDS FUR PRESS tomatoes back to Florida in tin cans. .

South Florida Sentinel ASSOCIATIONThe It must be apparent to all that this

is bad economy and ought to be rem-

MORNING AND WEEKLY Fort Myers Board of Trade, edied. Tomato canneries and catsup

--- -- I which is a live wire in the affairs of factories would take care of the sur- JUNE 1
Entered at. the poet office at Orlando, :
Florida as Second Class Mail Matter. that city, proceeding on the theory plus crop. Tons of cabbage WEDDINGt

that the early bird gets the worm are the fields of Orange' county during I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : already in the field for the the two months
press association i past yet on the shelves -
meet of 1914 in Fort flyers of every grocery in Orlando will While
THE DAILY SENTINEL "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
and sending out circulars to be
One year . . . .... ..$5.00 are long found canned sauer kraut shipped seems to be his most active season. June is always marked
the of the forth by numerous 1
state from
Six Months . . . .. ..... 2.50 their press claims. setting n in Indiana and Illinois. weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

Three Months .. ..... ....... 1.25 This is all wrong. Georgia farmers for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed
Among other things they wise and
say: are getting in every
ding Gifts
-- from all your friends, if happen to be the
By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cent per "Some 12 or 13 years ago the Asso- trucking locality will be found numer- you principal, and to
jnnnth. Daily and Sunday. ciation met in Fort flyers, and we ous small canneries, owned by a half your We friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
offer you our magnificent .
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be founden want you to see how the old town hast dozen farmers on the cooperativeplan metropolitan stock for your selection a
alt in Orlando at Cunts & O'Neal's grown since then. Then we did not and by this means all their surplus stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths I

.'- even have a railroad. Now we havea is taken care of and sold to the Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the .

We will appreciate prompt complaint\ if i railroad and deep water, and we are local dealers at a profit. These hand country.
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that
--- ----- hoping the water will get deeper all packed goods are much better and a detailed descrip
Adevrtiaing rates will be famished on application. tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store
the ,
time until the inland water way more popular with the trade than the carefully ,
from. the Gulf to the Atlantic will large factory pack. inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel 1
TIlE WEEKLY SENTINEL ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the
accommodate the boats i Farmers in localities most
larger as it some in Florida up-
for year, by mail, postage paid .........11.00Addlftll to-date merchandise.
THE SENTINEL. Orlando\ Flori &. noW accommodates the smaller ones. are awakening to the situation .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building, 'e are planning for an exceedinglylow and in a number of localities canneries
Phone 24 rate across this route next year are being put in. MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT

- -- for those who attend the meeting, so : Florida has so long been held up

J. F. SCIIU IAN, EditorProprietor that all who wish may take this trip I by the railroad companies that the If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

JOSIAH FERRIS, up the Caloosahatchee river, the most I consumer should make a studied effort pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or I

wonderful< tropical stream in Florida; to avoid further contributions to mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformat

THURSDAY, MAY 29TH, 1913. across the biggest fresh water lake i in I their coffers. tion can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.

the United States south of the Canadian I Fine watch repair work a specialty. ,.

If it were not for the fact that most border, Lake Okeechobee, anddown I! FLORIDA CITRUS CROI'
people ask too. much, there wouldn't the state drainage canals J 1 1T.I1.vansthe

be much use for courts.o through the Everglades to Fort j! To the close of this week 26,110 .
Lauderdale or Miami. There be
--- may !
cars of citrus fruit will have been I
The United States occasionally resumes some who would prefer to go to Key I I shipped out of the state since the

business for a day when the West by boat, and up the Flagler extension -
I season opended in September. Telthis ,
bulletin of "wet grounds" is posted. and for such we will arrange''
j amount must be added the immense JewelerOPPOSITE
n a low rate by steamer to Key West,, amount consumed at home and
Women's and use our best endeavors to
smoking gowns are on exhibition secure
sent out by express by private par
in New York stores. And very favorable railroad rates as well. For
ties the
during tourist season. The
hook in the back too. those who do not care for either i
likely they up trip,, aggregate figures of the number of POST OFFICE I
o the Board will arrange an excursion,
boxes consumed by the hotel trade of
It is suggested that Great Britain as guests of the Board, either up the Florida during the tourist season is EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. i

might boost the government for world Caloosahatchee or down the river to I' so large as to startle even the quiet I

peace by giving women the right to the Gulf. To say nothing of an automobile I old Cracker who can close one eye I ---
vote. ride over the McGregor Boulevard Ii
and look at a grove and estimate with : ,
to Punta Rassa 18 miles - -
o to the
i great accuracy the number of boxes ,
Farmers in Pennsylvania flocked to south-west, now under constructionand in
I any grove. When the figures are
a bargain sale of coffins. A bargainsale which will be completed by then. '
;iall in it will be found that Florida
will excite a live interest in any- Following this they set forth the soil
i produced 10,000,000 hexes of cit-
good qualities and achievements of '
thing. the!
:; ,rus fruit this crop season. SILK STOCKING
o city and call attention to their good'
I The value of the Florida citrus industry a
The general notion seems to be that hotels and other public institutions. ;
j ( is becoming so great that it is
the more trouble you make a man, the< This sort of advertising, it strikes
attracting capitalists and investors
nearer he comes to getting what h
deserves.We If we were guessing on the propo-I
Population is not only on the rapid
sition we would that the Fort
o say :
increase but the demand per capitafor
can think of nothing that woul Myers Board of Trade will bag the
j fruit is on the increase and hence r
yield a quicker and bigger fortun game. For Day
j day must be not far distant when
than a remedy to make hair grow o n
demand will
I greatly exceed the
bald heads. FLORIDA FRUIT BM'RODUCTSi supply. For it must be borne i in and

o i| mind that the territory adapted to the

The average woman insists on hay According to Government experts,1 i culture of citrus fruits is limited and g'
ing her own way in everything, but
Florida farmers allow annually morethan there is no possible way known to man
she changes her mind so often that i it ':
a hundred thousand dollars whereby this territory may be increased -

breaks the monotony worth of fruit to go to waste because and hence the apparent impossibility -

o they fail to manufacture up the surplus of keeping pace with the Wear
New York has only 5,332,000 inhabitants ___
and culls into biproducts of, demand for the increase in population

owing to the freakishnessof great value, such, as wine, vinegar, i,! and the increase in demand will go
law which forbids it to Con- '
annex jelly and preserves. Farmers and ; right on and on to eternity, while

necticutt and New Jersey. I growers have no more than they nee dthe|!! supply of land will remain as Gods

o I by way of bank accounts and it gave it.

While the Senate delays the pass !i strange they do not form cooperative It requires no great mathematical

age of the Underwood tariff bill the companies for the handling of the bi i computation to figure out why men Our Personal Guarantee \\ fk

) House can put in its time on th products.. Pine apples make a rich of great business capacity-men who .

bleachers.Xew York World.A delicate wine. A mixture of sweet have attracted the world by their Accompanies Every Pair \ \\

p and sour oranges make a heavy wine. achievements are becoming heavy investors -

Chicago man became engaged to Sour oranges make a better and morewholesome in Florida Orange groves and

a woman and then ran away with all vinegar than any of the Florida grove land.

her money. She is probably disappointed acid vinegars that are shipped i in.i. i Men of moderate means, and youngg

when she ought to be happy.o I Preserved figs are among t men anxious to make substantial Marion B. Ives

richest fruits in the market; investments may well consider Flor-
Don't despise the lowly nickel. The and many a'farmer's wi I'ida i fruit lands.

New York traction companies, with I is bringing good cheer to the family,'
l< patience, collected twenty-three mil table by appetizing orange preserves Sf'' PARKS FOR ORLANDO

lion dollars' worth of them last year.o and persimmon butter, and marm a i- ;I EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

lades. While guava jelly and Japan i! Just now when Orlando is making
If Hiram Johnson has to defend| plum marmalade is the'delight of( an honest effort for improvement

the whole coast of California he will every body. I I! Second Floorvhich
along every line, and at a time when
find himself busier than he was last Florida
grows hundreds of
car the City Council have their hand)
fall after the Colonel 'I
was shot.-Bos- tomatoes '
every which the yand
year heads full of sewer and pavemenproblems
ton Advertiser.The ship north as long as the price is sufficient
might it not be a wise idea
o to enable the grower to havea for property owners in various parts

boys are occasionally willing profit after paying a heavy toll to of the city to organize Park Associations would not only add to the comforts -

to come to Sunday school now, provided the railroad company. When it is no and lay out and improve at the : and pleasures of Orlando people

the lesson time can be spentin longer profitable to ship tomatoestons expense of the property owners in and their guests but would greatly

discussing the annual picnic plans.People 5. of them rot on the that particular section of the t enhance property values in those lo AUTOMOBILE
t city
live longer in cities than in villages ground and the railroad (calities. I
company who might be members of the Association -
say German savants. Maybecity gets another long pull at ? In this way a dozen attractive Our lakes could be parked, and several I I,
people are more afraid to die. the consumer by bringing Maryland small central parks accessible to
parks could be maintained; tt
o the public could be located.
Col. Roosevelt is defending himself There are public spirited men who
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against a charge that he "gets drunk. }have long been identified with the

He will hardly deny that on occasions ity: who would donate the land-the

he has partaken of strong stimulants.The amount of land need not be large

court at Marquette must, therefore where a system of small parks are These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one Is

decide as to what constitutes maintained-and in such cases it guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped .

drunkenness. We predict the "Roose- DELICIOUS would be fitting and proper that the I and ready to run.
velt luck" vindication.ChattanoogaTimes. GEORGIAPEACHES park thus dedicated to the public take

of the donor. For instance
the name j
o who would not enjoy the small point I'! 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition

When a woman embarks on the to- of land on the north west corner of ,

bogan of immorality there is no step- Lake Lucerne enlarged and beautified I' $550,00

ping her in her downward slide until and named "Boone Park" in honor ofI,

she strikes the bottom, with a sud- Received Fresh old and honored citizen of Orlando
Every \ an 1 1912 Flanders
Day Touring Car
denness that shocks the world. And and would it not be a source of pleasIlre complete,

the world never makes a sadder spec- to Mr. Boone in the closing years jof j $500.00.

tacle than the fall of a woman. The his life to know that he could conribute ,

man who contributes to her fall will /THE SANITARY to the comfort and happiness I IIf '

have much to answer for both in this GROCERY"a the generations that are to come 1 Model G. Four Cylinder
world and the next. 6 and 8 East ter him There are a number of I .

o needed men in this city who would prefer this $150.00

If anything more to convince PHONE 200 kind of a monument to their memory i j jin ,

the American people that Teddy; preference to any that might be ]
Roosevelt is a ridiculous ass he is 1 Studebaker "30"
reared by the hands of men after 1912, run less than
:furnishing the evidence now. What their departure from this city to the !
public man in the United States, aye t great beyond. I i 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800.

in the world would rush into a libel Let unite in for '
CARUTHERS. & GORE us an effort public
suit because of some statement pub parks and common good. I'

Used in a country newspaper in retort IIg

to hU own bitter invective during the< FOR SALE j San Juan Garage

heat of a political campaign? Roose Good Horse, buggy and harness (

velt is a fool. lIe would make : Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Orj j i

all men ubservent to his wishes. I ..t. tte'IJII'lltltl'ttl'IIIIIIIIIIII'llllllltl" I:ando, Fla. 5-27 tf'I


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CREAMS. CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. des any less than that price, but you WILL find that we give

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

PERSIAN LAWNS lines we carry. If you will just price our goods and compareVe

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

India and Persian Lawns. The quality we run is exclusive to Many people think (until they know us) that we cater'O will find they are of better texture. There is a reason for
We sell l
this store this season, and absolutely first choice goods. And exclusively to the feminine sex, but this is not true. Our stock for cash only, and we can AFFORD to give you

assert that the values we offer have seldom been bettelalue AND WE DO. Call and see us and examine the
we positively of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls are as goods.
and NEVER beaten Prices, lOc, 12U2c,
equalled anywhere, 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.)

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WADE t Miss Winifred, who has been at. Florida University student responded : For the first time in fifteen years Mr. J. C. Compton and son, R. 0.,

THE TUNER I I t ending the Cathedral School, left to a toast at the Farr Literary' all the members of the Drennen fam- of Chicago, who nearly a year ago

ORLANDO. FLA. i iMr resterday for their home in Oconomwoc banquet last Friday. night so full of ily were together under the 'parentalroof. purchased what is known as the I' w -

\ Wis. golden eighteen karat fine truth that I Standard Oil, or Misterman grove on

we reproduce it. The author of the I A ray of sunshine of unusual brightness the Pine Castle road are doing a great: AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT

Richard Bolton and son John, It will be a surprise to many to words is Mr. Ray Hhite. j penetrated the shady retreat at amount of work on the grove by taking E. L Murray

arrived yesterday from Chicago. I earn that the Upchurch Lumber Company "Mr. Toast-master, Dr. Farr and Paso Robles during the past week out many of the old trees, clean- Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 641

I of Jacksonville, has gone into Fellow Members of the Farr Literary j by the coming together of the five ing up the soil in a most thorough

Dr. and Mrs. 0. P. Likins leave to- l the: hands of a receiver with liabilities Society: \ sons and the only daughter of Dr. and manner and planting young trees in WHY NOT SECURE GROUNDS

Beach for vacation. I placed at $90,000. This is one of the "I rise to toast those who are conspicuous Mrs. Charles Drennen at their beauti- the place.
, day for Daytona j ,
I largest lumber concerns of the South. I tonight by their absencethe ful country home. I This has been one of the best grovesin
Mrs. A. D. Mallory left yesterday ladies. It has well been said that The members of the family are Dr. the country and by good treat-

, for Chicago where they will spend :Mr. H. E. Phipps, a former merchant there is never a great deed with a C. C. Drennen, of Hot Springs, Ark.; ment will be again. The location is Editor Sentinel:

I of Orlando, but now one of the women in it. : Mr. F. M. Drennen, a merchant of splendid for a beautiful country home
the that while Or-
summer. Allow me to suggest
foremost transportation men of the "It is to her that the rise and fall Birmingham, Ala.; lion. J. L. Dren- and the growing popularity of- this
lando is making its business center soI
Frederick II. Rand :South was in Orlando yesterday. Mr. of nations is due. She came from the nen, a lawyer of Birmingham; )Ir. section south of the city on the main
Mr. and Mrs. and for
and Misses Elizabeth, Julia and May Phipps begun his railroad career hereas rib of man's side that he might makeof Ed. Drennen, a retired doctor, now engaged I road leading to Kissimmee, Lakelandand I'!attractive and sewer, improvements planning that street will

visitors to : agent of the Seaboard lines out of her a companion, she came from in horticulture at Paso Bobbles Tampa, makes it certain that I
Rand, of Longwood, were make her the gem of Florida, as a
I Orlando.Dr. beneath a man's arm that he might Walter Drennen a large orange within a very few years this street |
the city yesterday.Mr. :residential city yet if we expect to
protect her, and she came from near- !,,.I grower and financier of this county, will be lined with good country homesall ; tourists, must have
winter we
Walton Jerome, of North Da-' Bennett's office phone is No.227, est a man's heart that he might love I and Mrs. F. M. Aldredge, of Hot the way from Orlando to Pine I attract, and there never will be a time
Mr. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. her. Yea, Rome would have been Springs, Ark. Castle, as there is a chain of beauti-I parks
kota, was in Orlando yesterday. !I when we can get the grounds for
Jerome will look Florida over in 5152w. I I standing today if womanhood had. The father, Dr. Charles Drennen, ful lakes all the way between these
I i these as well as now. ,
home. jeen properly respected. bas been confined to his home by points. Indeed it is building up so I'' '
search of a A few five acre tracts in the differ-
Mrs. J. C. Compton and daughter, "It is not to the creature who sickness at Paso Robles for the past rapidly along this public highway
of the city can now be Lad
May, left yesterday for their home in strives for political recognition and year and it was a great consolation : which is the only thoroughfare be-'I''.ent parts
Florida peaches are bringing a bet- I at a reasonable price.As .
(Chicago. They were.called here several I lances barefotted in the streets of to him to have his children all with tween Tampa and Jacksonville thatit i'
than at time resident of Concord Park ad-
ter price this season any : a
months ago by the illness of the \Washington-even if a democratic him again in one happy family circle. is only a question of a few years
The supply is no where I would that lion.
in dition suggest
ten years. son, Mr. R. 0. Compton. who underwent president is being inaugurated-that The Doctor has made a heroic fight I until it will be one continuous city\
the demand. who is enterprising -
equal to i j. Judge Cheney, an
an operation for appendicitis, I would ask you to toast this even- against the disease that is gradually from Winter Park to Orlando and i
and loyal citizen be asked to price
but who is now fully recovered. ing. Yea, verily she has her reward undermining him and it would! be Orlando to Pine Castle. .
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, his five acre tract lying between Concord
I for 'in the beginning God created man very comforting to his friends to know I
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. avenue and Colonial Drive, to be
Mr. J. T. Hendricks leaves today and rested; then he created woman 1 that he would come out conqueror
5152w. SAVE THE TREE I used for a park. This plot could be
for Port Inglis on the west coast, and since then neither God nor man :after all. lie has the sincere sympathy L.1R.
One week from today will begin made an ideal park. The A. C.
where he will spend the week end and have rested.' of the entire community. The I
the half-holiday season for clerks.I Zelinople, Pa., 5261913. J R. running on the east line of sai e.
will return home with his daughter, "But I ask you one and all to join I 1 family circle was again broken yesterday -
Keep it in mind and prepare for business To the Editor of the Sentinel: I It would advertise the city as nothing
Miss Ruth, who has been spending in drinking a health to she who rocks I< by Dr. C. C. Drennen leavingfor I '
see by Orlando letter of the'
houses to close every Thursday an else could do.
several weeks over there with her the cradle-to she who rules the world 1 his home in Arkansas.
afternoon.Mr. : 16th inst, in your paper of the 22nd!: Respectfully,
'brother and his wife. "
-mother. The Drennens all of
are men great
I inst, that here is talk of removing the |; WM. L. CORYELL. j
I force of character and factorto
Geo. W. Paige left yesterdayfor For Sale '! are a live oak tree on Livingston avenue We will go you one better, Mr. Cor-
be reckoned with in
Bristol, Tenn., where on next automobile.i MORE ABOUT THE ACME TOUCH any communityin opposite of our property on the corner yell. Mr. Cheney is a rich man and
Tuesday, he will wed Miss Julia Booker ; Slightly used $2000.00 which they live. They are posi- I of Orange avenue and Livingston an enterprising citizen who takes I b
Would consider real estate in trade tive men who accomplish things.
Evans. The couple will avenue. I want to enter interest in Orlando and we
happy return This is a new readjustment of a protest, great
1 for Address Automobile Care my
same. These are the men who make a community
to Orlando Friday. Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf own for the action of upright pianos, i against having that tree removed. I would suggest that the Judge donate
I, which in results is most gratifyingto consider it one of the prominent land the ground and that the city christenit

Mr. J. W. Pruitt, who has been in I the performers. The extent of the I marks of that section of the city, and "Cheney Park." That the residenU

the city completing arrangements for I The third convocation, Florida Con- improvement in touch is really sur-I A MEASURING PARTYA would regret very much to have it of Concord Park raise a fund to beau.

the purchase of the N. P. Yowell stockof I sistory No. 2, of Scottish Rite Masons prising, and approximates the actionof Measuring Party? II taken away. tify the Park and elect a Park BoaM
session in Jacksonville. The
is in
goods at West Palm Beach, left ; the most expensive Grand piano Yes. Yours most truly, from among their residents to look

yesterday for that point. I'event will close with a. grand ban- : and really affords a wider scope of, Did you eer attend one? STEPHEN LOCKWOOD.FOR after the up keep. This would be a

quet tomorrow night. I dynamics. With the ACME TOUCHyou Yourself and the rent of the publicare fitting memorial to an esteemed cit=-

Lawrence Musselwhite while with can play louder and play softer cordially invited to attend one to SALE zen and a great benefit to the city. -

his father out at the still Sunday The Exchange packing house at and, play easier and play better than be held at the home of Mrs. L. M. Practically new Rambler Automo- Editor. ?

night was taken desperately ill and Winter Haven has closed after a most with the original factory adjustment.Try Cook at 101 North Orange avenue, bile, equipped with Presto lights, top, ,":

was brought into Orlando early Mon- successful season. They shipped 118- it and see. Price of tuning is Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to curtains, windshield, speedometer, ELECTRIC TREATMENTS

day morning and was operated on for 000 boxes as against 17,500 last sea- five dollars. For the summer only be given by the members of the Em- clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for

appendicitis. He rallied promptly son. ;:the ACME TOUCH included without manuel Baptist Church. tire, tube and complete set tools and the month of June. Dr. BennettLPage526lm.

from the operation and is on the high- ______ extra charge. accessories.Also Phone 227.

way to recovery which will be good,' L P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone }', WADE, the tuner. Shanibarger's for bicycles and has auto trunk with two suit
news to his friends. 271. 5-28-tf 5-29 3t Sundriea. tf cases for touring. Reason for sell- Wanted: The people of Orlando to

ing have ,io further use for car. know that the Parlor Market has a

Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. good supply of nice veal. Call phone A
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READING THE ENVELOPES.They FOR RENT BUSINESS BOOSTERS bona fide fruit or produce growers, or whois ,
bona fide -
or are representatives of fruitor ,
CLASSIFIED produce growers within the territory next "
Tell More Than the Name and Business Boosters (classified advertisements adjacent to the headquarters of this Associa- K: ", ,

Address to the Postman. Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient ) received after 10 o'clock, Lion may become a member ef this Association i 'th' ..

Envelopes often tell me more about for business people, also light midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto ; receive but this into Association its membership will, not members at anytime ef ,.- 111.: .I.... c "

I man's financial standing than could house keeping. Delightful location Classify" column. any kindred Association, whose fruit or produce _._ I'/L
Boosters of five lines less lands are located nearer to such other '
or -approximately -
the best "private inquiry agency. with without board. Terms
or very 30 words one time 25 kindred Association than they are to this
You can't "swank" And Association, without the consent of the Association
a postman. reasonable. Address "C" care Sentinel -
cents; three times 50 week '
; one next adjacent to where said holdings'!
when I deliver on a certain day every I office. 5-22 tf (six daily and one weekly editions) are located.

month an official envelope with the relief I I $1.00; one month, $3.00. ARTICLE VI

stamp of a furniture firm on the i Nothing in these Articles shall; be construed I;
YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE as to interfere with the bona fide sale
back of it I know pretty well that the I FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger
real the
of estate; transfer of property, to- !
tnvelope contains the receipt for an AFTERIt touring car. Large and roomy. ether with the fruit or other produce grow.
Installment on the furniture. When 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY ing thereon at the time of such sale; that is I
to say; That if any person who has signed
that envelope fails to turn up 1 keep is your business that we want. a lot in Thornton Park, a nice his name for any particular year for placingthe |
for the other signs i; of impending : crops then growing on his or her land in j f '
an eye open !
suburb in east of the t
Ours is the service that you need in part city. Carl the hands of the Association shall sell or
bankruptcyAn business. Jensen. dispose of his land in good faith ; then lm
envelope with a crea-e down the your and in that event the said seller A Vacation HintBefore

middle has obviously been inclosed in I Now is the time to make your plansso OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis. and purchaser are released, if they so |
I desire, from the obligations of having fruit
another envelope. This: tells me the as to share in Orlando's prosperity ion to the Northeast of the eity andI or produce grown upon the land so sold. i)| you buy a railroad ticket

tandwriting of the householder and the -good printing brings good business.We Carl still Jensen.have some choice lots there. marketed this Association.or handled, under the authority of << for this or that summer resort,

kind stationery he u>e*. When I deliver -
only arm's length from
are an
ARTICLE VII come in and look at our MidSummer
one of these day after day at the That the place where the principal businessof
FQR RENT-Five room with Woolen line and let make
same house I know that the occupantis youReach said Association is to be transacted is I us
for the Telephone.The all modern conveniences. Garagefor Geneva, County of Orange, State of Florida | j a cool Summer Outing Suit for IL
out of work and is answering adver
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply And the annual meetings of the members of I
Sentinel 107 Court Street
when this Association shall said )'OU, -
tisements. But the envelopes 515 East street. 5.15 tf convene at place I
Phone 24. on the first Tuesday in May, of each and every I I t ..
We make Xor-
top coming I am left to wonder whether I year, at which time and place its Directors'! a specialty of L

the applicant has been successfulor GROVES TAKEN CARE OF shall be elected and inducted into office. |I folks and will be pleased to t k-: .'

- can afford no more stamps Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy ARTICLE VIII show you a few of our latest
That each and member of this Association
Sometimes there is tragedy; in en hauling, etc. Having been engagedall shall place every the packing and handlingof I I. I models.Men's .

telopes. There was a young fellow I my life in caring for groves, I am all citrus fruit, and such other produce as.. i A

who used to stare down at me from be- EVERYTHING prepared to please you. Satisfactionin I may be handled by this Association, and I I
grown or controlled by him. her or them, j Fashion
hind the window curtain-so anxiousto every line of work. L. M. HALL, into this Association, and that this Association -I Shop

see what I'd got in my hand that hewouldn't -IN- 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. shall charge for the packing and hand- T r
5.141 ling of such fruit and produce, such reason- Hand BuildingCor.
wait till I'd pulled the bell.I mo. able compensation as the Board of Directors I

soon tumbled to bis joy for by nearly of this Association shall fix and determine. I Church and Orange OrlandoI
FOR SALE-Large Lot near Methodist But, any member of this Association shall
every post there wouK be a long en FEED Church. Whole or part. Withor have the right to withdraw his fruit and produce

Telope creased down the middle, show without dwelling Address or wire.E. for any one year, from said Association, / \i : I '_ ., ,\ l: $ lI -
without penalty, by giving in writing to said I
ing it was a return. A writer he was.
N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf Association, notice within the ten days next
-Pearson's Weekly. _.PHD. before the annual meeting of this Association -
I IJ "' GAS RANGE FOR that he desires so withdraw his fruitor
SALE-High up other produce from the same; but in that
MAGNETIC CLEOPATRA. eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and event, said members so giving said notice,
Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. ceases to be a member of said Association, and Save HalfPlastering

LIVE STOCK Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm all rights and privileges in said Association,
Her Manner, Rather Than Her Beauty, Belonging to said member shall thereupon
cease and determine. Provided, however, andit
Was Her Chief Charm. FOUND-Pair of ruckle-plated plyers is hereby agreed and fully understood by Cost
The only authentic portrait of Cleopatra Owner call at Sentinel Office. all persons joining this Association, that any ,
member of the same withdrawing from this I
> that is known to archaeologists LAUBACHThe
WANTED Farm of about Association, by disposing of his fruit or pro-
II a bust which appears on a series ot 100 acres duce through any other source than throughthis

coins. It is on the reverse and bears near Orlando. Give full descrip- Association Association, or withholding the same Get Better Walls and
Grain Man. tion and from and without giving the
the inscription in Greek, "Queen Cleopatra price. Address "Farm"Sentinel notice, as hereinbefore provided, shall forfeitto
Office. 5-27-7t this Association as and for liquidated dam-
the Divine, the Younger while Church Street, Phone 18 ages to this Association, for such withdrawal, Ceilings With Bishopric

on the obverse Is a portrait of "An FOR RENT-Nine room house, closein the sum of fifty cents per box for all citrus
tony, Dictator For the Third Time. Tri ttmvir. fruit or other produce, produced by him dur
rent reasonable furnished Wall BoardOn
or un- ing the year of said withdrawal, and so with
furnished. Apply 10 Gould. 29-3t drawn by him It is further hereby under-
The workmanship of the coin Is far stood and agreed that in case any member of
this Association who has withdrawn his Easy to Applybfakepourbnildtngmoneygofarther
from good, and this accounts in some MimMtiltlllllllMMMAutos Any Building Job
fruit or produce from this Assocation, as
measure for the undeniably plain appearance above described, afterwards wishes to return Mastic And surfaced with heavy fibre-,

of the queen. Yet the likeness Paul A. Horn and rejoin this Association, and exercise the save time and get better results by using board. tmooth.Makes an Will enduring\ not warp surface shrink thai'ttays
rights of a member, that he may do so by,
tie Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle loose in climate, win.ceilings
as far as features go Is a and with the consent only, of a majority of or pull any *
true one for the other coins of the For Rent at the Board of Directors of this Association Costs 50 per cent less than ter proof or, sound-proof summer. Is and moisture-proof fire-resisting., rat- S
and upon his paying to this Association all plaster to apply- looks better and lasts
same series. though of a different type. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER penalties that have been assessed against him as long as the building.: Sheets 4 f t T 4 ft. come ready to ap

five her the same features, an aquiline flour and not previously paidARTICLE ply.. Prices Anyone low.who can drive nails can apply

nose, a strong chin a long neck and Any REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. IX No More Cracked WallsIt 41tatisfaction.
That the term for which this Association
Barrow shoulders. "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are anPraised Everywhere,
shall exist is fifty years from and after the
The fact is that her beauty was not 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fit. date of its incorporation. crack affected; plaster.by the jars This and Wall moisture Board makes which by Users

10 remarkable as one would think from Seven Passenger ARTICLE X a smooth. hard- surface that elves last- in a ,
the spell she cast over Caesar and An That the officers of said Association who Isdi'pl a ith and: Vwtio Wan Board& Roofing Jl ta. Go.
shall transact its business, shall be a Boardof rlaster everywhere cottages, bungaIlNr gin'-loclooed please find remittance fnfIBB
tony. Plutarch, for instance tells u* STEVENS DURYEA I ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION : Directors, a President and a VicePresident lows, fine homes, public buildings, garages ware feet of Bishopric Wall Board. Ship U
I and said President and Vice-President, out-buildings and every kind ofstructure OOTpfcosgotfrom
"that her beauty in itself was by no II you we bare on twa rooffli.oditlockiDae. .
I shall also be the President and Vice-President .
means incomparable nor calculated to 4RTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE I respectively, of said Board of Directors, and FRISK BAVEN8TKITBMo
amaze those who saw her," but add Ride in a Good Care'Phone GENEVA CITRUS GROWERS AS- each of them shall], at the time of filling said Saves a Month's Time ,x) ..PvInvestigate
SOCIATION .office, be a member of this Association and a Comes In sheets 4
that the magnetic charm of her man square reads
Know All Men By These Presents ; That I director in the same. And this Association for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to This Todayl!
net, the gracefulness her movementsthe we, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the 1 shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer, tare studding and walls and ceilings are
persuasiveness of her conversation 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. 'toutan see this
residents and citizens of the State of Florda. the same person. And the number of Direc Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful non-
and her figure were most attractive t have this day voluntarily associated our-- tors of this Association shall be three but the :No skill needed to apply It. Saves amonth's warping fire-re ,
34liilliilltlMIMIIIMIM I without amendment of its slating wall board at
said Association time in building.
----- --- elves together for the of forming
purpose a charter I may, at any time, by a twothirdsvote the store of any of the
Enjoyed What He Paid For. aorticultural corporation and association nn- dealers named below,
of the Directors, increase iU Directory, $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
ter the laws of the State of Florida, providng -
It the effect and at time, after so increasing the Examine U carefully and IWe
is interesting to note 1.- may any
for the incorporation of horticultural and
1.1. Bishopric Board is the only WallBoard learn how bw"Bi.1.,t'
1.-. I same, and by a similar vote of its Directors, you can makes
that has those who igricultural non-profit associations and stiffened lath.
are with
reputation on corporations Kiln-dried building money go farther Vyusing i..s4i
its said Directors shall
decrease directory, as
in accordance with this proposed lath are imbedded in toughened Asphalt "Bishopric"(or walls iod ceilings.
not good critics of the efforts of public barter and see fit But at no time shall the number of
we hereby adopt these Articlesof
performers, as a clerk in a downtown Incorporation which shall become the said Directors be increased to a number great FOR SALE BY
Charter of said er than nine, and at no time shall the numberof
corporation the issuanceof
bank was telling."I said directors be decreased to a less
letters patent, according to law, and we do
happen to know a celebrated con- hereby certify. number, than the original number of directors -
herein specified. That the names and
cert artist, he said. "One eveningshe ARTICLE I residences of the growers who are hereby
That the
of said
name corporation is the
was in the city and had nothIng : WELCOME TO Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. appointed by the incoroporaton of this Association -
and who shall act as Directors to Orlando Novelty WorksThe
do. she to ARTICLE II
to so came up our very
That this Association in organized under said Association for the first year of its
bumble flat in Harlem to spend a quiet the laws of this State as a horticultural association existence, and until its other directors are

homelike hour or two. The night was ROYAL PALM and entitled to all the rights and legally elected and qualified, are. 1 I
privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon
warm, the windows were
open Geneva
A. W. I
. I
similar corporations, and the voting power I
After dinner she sat down at the piano SHOPModern and all other rights and privileges of each of J. Huddleston, GenevaA. i
and sang several songs for us. The the members of this Association holding a Moran, Geneva Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
certificate of membership in the same, shall ARTICLE XI : a a (9';' )
next day I heard that one of our neighbors be equal That the Directors of this Association shall

complained loudly about the 'yell and Complete. ARTICLE III have the right and power to charge and collect I I
That there shall be no capital stock of said from its members and other fruit, vegetable
Ing' in our fiat and said that such nui Everything new, individual Association bat the same shall be organized as and produce growers represented or WALL BOARDtmmti
sauces ought to be prohibited. Two a horticultural association and corporation,not served by this Association, such compensationand
nights later that neighbor electric attachments at every for profit, and it shall not issue any snares remuneration, to be paid to said Association
same paid
chair. No atone has been left I of. stock whatever, and shall not at any time as said Directors may fix and
$2 a seat for himself! his' wife and his declare or pay any dividend, or other profitson charge for its services to him, her or themin
daughter to bear our friend sing at a unturned to make this shop any holding in said corporation but all the picking, packing, handling, marketing, s
i moneys coming into this Association for servo shipping and selling! of any and all of the
concert"-New York Sun meet th erequirements of the ices rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by it product and material which this Associationis HMMtMtMIHiil tMIHttlMIMMIt

-- ---- most particular. Plenty of for paying the expense of and otherwise main- herein authorized to handle and market.
taining this Association and any surplus ARTICLE XII
Things don't turn np in this world 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
until somebody turn them n\\ .I"1I1"Q ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, shall deem to the best interest of the Association becoming members of this Association, and S Specials nat S Should Interest You

A. Garfield and said Association shall issue to each furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by
Proprietor. person who shall become a member thereof, a all persons who may hereafter become mem-
certificate of membership, and shall receivein bers of this Association that one of the purposes
An accu>:;t ill:' "I! "" 'j j Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. return therefor the sum of One Dollar and objects of this Association is to
ilMi ($1.00) to be converted into the Treasury of bring about the carrying into effect, a systemof
should not I ..
..- said corporation; but no person shall at any mutual co-operation between the citrus
-Seth BrIJ"u. time 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 S12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00
s 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 Associa- Association is created and organized in connection Good Tin Roofing Put on Complete
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA tion is formed are to boy, lease rent, sell I with and under the Florida Citrus ,
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 -j 5.00 Square
or convenient for the conduct of its business as a part of the system of exchanges per
and to build, lease and rent packing which go to make up, control, and operate
houses for the packing of fruit, also to purchase said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose head-
all material that may be necessary or quarters are now located in the City of ,
RegularDownpour convenient for the purpose of packing or pre- Tampa and State of Florida And that all 20 lb. Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,
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
-OF- fruits and produce, which may be grown or Exchange. ,
controlled by members of this Association.Also ARTICLEXIII j,
to own stock in any other incorporation That the names and places of residence of !
or association, similar to this Association existing the subscribing members and incorporators ;
BARGAINSF for the advancement, and protecting to these Articles of Incorporation and Association !. THE
of fruit and produce growers in the State of are as follows:
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the Names Residences. I
members of this Association such E. Curlett Geneva
and fumigating and spraying fertilizer'l Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
materials, as may be thought by Ceo. Duchardt Geneva i I {
of Directors of this Association, from time to And each of said members of this proposed
time, by their resolution, to be necessary or I Association and incorporators who has
11? securing your personal convenient for the fertilizations of lands, or subscribed his name thereto, has paid into
the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, the treasury of this corporation now being
which belong to the members of this Associa-I created the turn of One Dollar, for member-
needs now, you can make more tion. Also to buy and contract for purchase I ship thereof, which will entitle each of them : ,1,1,111111111111111111111111111"111,1 ..
of anything, that is considered by the I upon the issuance of letters patent to this
clear money than by any day's Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the Association, to a membership in the same,
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
work you have ever done Everything fruit and produce growers. Also the right to said Association including the contract for
own contract for, and operate all necessary I his or her fruit to said Association as provided I JUST RECEIVED I

in our store is being sold appliances that" the Board of Directors- at I in said )bylaws.In ._ __ .
any: time, may think necessary for the fertilization Witness Whereof. Each of said incorpor-
of and fields, the fumigationand ators and members of this proposed Association
at a sacrifice.Be spraying of trees and plants or the ex- has hereunto subscribed his name and
tinction of insect pests, on the lands belong affixed his seal to these Articles of Incor- TUB SILKS| S L CREPE[r [ CHIFFONSCREPE

sure and visit our store. It ing charge to the therefor members, and of collect the Association, such reasonablerates and to poration Names and Association. Residences.E. ), S

for said services, as may be establishedby Curlett (Seal) Geneva
will eventually pay you. Remem the Board of Directors from time to time, Geo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva t
for the uses above mentioned. And said Association George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva I. '
shall be empowered to engage in a STATE OF FLORIDA,
ber lookers are welcomed as politely brokerage factor and commission selling busi- COUNTY OF ORANGE VOILES .

ness, to purchase boxes paper, nails and other Before the undersigned authority, personally
as buyers. packing material; to engage in and conducta appeared E. Curlett, Geo. E. Mathews George
drayage, transfer, forwarding and shipping Duchardt, who being by me duly 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 he 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 for
equipment for the same, and to engage in the the uses and purposes mentioned in said Charter
transportation business of all such produce, and in order to validate and acknowledgethe
Brown & Lartigue material and other commodities u may be same. Latest Styles in Millinery
owned or controlled by it, but not u a com- E. CURLETT,
mon carrier. And to dispose of the same at GEO. E. MATHIEUX.
wilL To borrow and loan money by or upon GEORGE DUCHARDT
mortgage on real estate or otherwise and Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the
generally to transact, carry on, and performall 6th day of May, 1913.
Men'sand Outfitters
Boys' such other business operations, as are H. H. PATTISHALL,
gwmain or incident to the purpose abovementioned '' Notary Public. MISSES HAMILTON & DUNNI
e My comaUiion expires on 13th day of
ARTICLE V July, 1915.
That any person or persons, who is, or are (awn .

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EDYi ARD. L BlSSEU.I I::1: Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. ) MOTION PICTURES

j Total Resources over Three-quarters 01! a Million.
How Ilt't-OIl'. who t' daily truth -ar

ties with it lilt nfl'tof the mi" of I Statement of the. Orlando Bank and TO-DAY'S PROGRAM 3
rather |>ei>on.s ever became ami.stouied -
to it 1 don't know I huge Uvn one : r Trust Co, at Close of Business .

Of them, and I eti iildu't d II it. though b i ; j r.. April 16th, 1913-The 3ery : MAMMOTH IILIT.HYVAn PRODUCTION
confess 1 had ta esitriem that took t Y '
r 4 A : eath AftniTenary of : : "A SOUTHERN CINDERELLA" Broncho Feature ;
away all W) confidence. Those 1 refer -I .
In Three Reels
to are engineers' pilots and the its Existence '
like 1 was> a drnjr; ;;i t. I wa oMijrtHl I i 4 i % : A dramatic
staged during the Civil War, in ;
to put up prescriptions: all day and often which
k' a prettySouthern girl has an experience :similar to
at night Most: of them were harmless RESOURCES ii the fabled Cinderella, winning a handsome northern of
but in some: were ingredients cal- ; I ficer.
|I Portraying the )love of a Southern Colonel for his
dilated if given in large enough doses I I Loan and Discounts.....$368197.83a home changes the
4 plans of an and results
to kill. We bad a system about the j; : : Overdraft..II ......... 922.82 unexpected army in an
1 charge upon the city captured by the Union
poisons but 1 defy any system ever s i Real Estate, Furniture forces which
are utterly routed. A massive
invented to work every time. Sooner' ;,1f A; and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 that will production
long be
I I remembered, showing
or later something will go wrong I {, Stocks and Bonds ........ 25,018.33 battle and many thrilling
with it scenes captivating climaxes. Over one thous-
I J' : Cash on hand and in Banks S6.267.61 and people in this
I marvelous
was putting up a poison one day j i iI picture. i
for vermin killing purposes. I had an !
engagement to meet my wife at a rail.,-j I Total ................789260.08 ONE DAY ONLY *
Way station at a certain hour to go to i r t iii.: : LIABILITIES WAR PRODUCTION v
the country with our little boy, who

was ill and who we feared was slowly I,I t Capital Stock ...........100000.00 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
dying. It is such situations as this .+
I ; Surplus and Undivided NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.

that will break through systems andI ? Ff $s t Profits .............II 24,14165
cause accidents. 1 had just so many
minutes to reach my train and put up X11a' Deposits ................ 668.115.5S 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each !
two the
prescriptions one a poison
the other harmless. My mind was pre i, Total ................$789.260.08 GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST
occupied. If I should not reach the ? V
station in time my wife with our sick ,
child would be in distress. 1 -- I I ,
great -
4 8l7l.S5. I' Admission 5 and lOc
was thinking of her while I was doing I Deposits April UlI..t : I

my work and delivering the packagesto Deposits April 16, 1913... .,111.11 : ENTIRE BALCONY FIVE CENTS TO EVERY ONE1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllll..ltlt

the twp different persons who were I UiltW States Gwenmtat, State and County Dtfodtary Inmua fa 12 days ......$.
waiting for them. This done. I seized .7249.88J :
hat and for the station.I .
my ran .
..- .., 0
barely reached it in time, and. havIng ,0 .1IIIelltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lllllllTHE
put my family aboard the train.at ,
down l beside them, mopped my MimtllMtMtMiMIMmilltMMtttlMMIItlMMMIMMtfttMliltltlltIMM :
brow and my mind settled back to
what I bad been doing before I left MARKETOf
the store. A horrible suspicion came
to me. I doubted if I had not given W. M. SLEMONS
the poison to the wrong person. An-
other suspicion followed on the heels Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
of the first. Had 1 not neglected to i
paste the label marked "Poison" on -
the bottle? AND SALT MEATS

My first iinpuUe was to Jump off the Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, 4.00 or 500.
train, though it was moving at a rate
of fifty miles an hour. This of course. Crosset Shoes at -4,00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, Gun FISH AND GAME

I controlled. I must remain for no Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $350.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
one knew bow long in suspense.( I
had Intended to stay a week with my best quality.
wife in the country before leaving her I! Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
there but I resolved to return
now ;
the nest day. If the blow was to fall Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe and pure. !
upon me I preferred that it should I'
fall while I was at my post than We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
when away. Besides I hoped that i I have a new stock to select from The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.

work would help to relieve me of the Schloss Bros. well known all the
are over country. They are worn by Lawyers,
burden on my miud. I
Not being willing to give my wife an I Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate

additional trouble 1 refrained from I merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. The PARLOR MARKETH. H
confiding to her my horrible suspicion
but I told her that we were so busy at The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and

the go back store the that next I would day. he This obliged in itself to t j we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. M. Self & Co.

was a bitter disappointment to her.

and when my the boy time was came so ill for that my I lost departure Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits 18-20 PINE STREET

much of my worry on account of my
suspected blunder in my worry about
him Phone No. 80

Several days passed and 1 beard
nothing indicating that any one had W. SLEMONS MMIIMIIIIIIMMMIIItllMiMtimiMmimtMMLIGHT

taken poison though I studied the -- --- -.-- -
newspapers regularly! seeking for '" .itiW+IWNWW/4tili i..viriKr4GVV1/41111G1r: WW-.iiKii- ( -YY4-
what I feared to find. Then it occur HftlMMMIMIimmtMIMMMMilllllltlMMIIIUIIilMMHftttmimilllt
red to me that the poison might have THE
been taken but the one who had swallowed -

have been reported at the store; but PATH TO PROSPERITY
owing to my distressing situation,
they facts.might for a time withhold the YOU WANT THE LATEST :

A week passed. My boy was much Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
better, and I returned to the city. On IN
the way while scouring a newspaper their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

as usual my eye fell on a heading, THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
"Fatal Mistake of a Druggist" I
could read no more. I covered my HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
.eyes with my hands and groaned.
like an irresistible all the
Thrice I tried to muster up courage to DRESSES OF ALL,DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO magnet, drawing
read my fate but was unable to do io trade within its reach: That is the reason
and at the end of my journey left the MON. SATISFACTION
they command the attention of
newspaper in the train. Time enough buyers.
.to know all that had happened when REFUNDED.
I jo to the store.
For Store OwnerNo
Wben I went to the store there was Every
.o evidence of anything hating hap-
,jpaed I didn't dire uk about ,the B. Salomon Orlando matter how small his business, the Elec-
cut of poisoning I had seen in tbe ,
Htwipaper, for the druggist might not tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective

JtTt been' located, and there was noMe IMMIIMMMMIM advertising.
in siring myself away. But I
Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit
'Worried all the same.
PINE CASTLE bert who happened to be on the r charge of the work. His work already
The two customer to whom I hid
grounds.Mr. done here, attests his capability as a a sketch.
given the medicine were an I old man
jad a young woman. The poison was Pine Castle, Fla., May 28-Miss A. J. Wilkes has purchased a I carpenter and builder and his kind No Trouble to Us--.No Expense to You.
intended for the man the ordinary Ethel Tanner of Kissimmee is visiting handsome new touring car, and his ness in undertaking to build the
dose for the young woman. I believed I relatives here. 'family and friends are seeing the church is appreciated greatly by the

I had given her the poison. Her feature I Mrs. I. M. Aten and Mrs S. Frank country for miles around. ladies of the Baptist Aid Society who

were firmly fixed on my mind.. Phillips were guests Thursday of Mrs. :, Those on the sick list at this writing have worked long and hard to build '
though I had never seen her before, church of their denomination. W T[ ni T CO1
the being not a regular but a cunal I Sam Griffin in Orlando. I,( are Mrs. Edna Sullivan, Mrs. Nan a own
.e tomer. I did not suppose that ahe Mr. Jos. Johns visited with his nie T. Hansel and Wm. Wigman. .

ru getting the medicine for herself., daughter, Mrs. Lina Tyner a few days The Baptist Ladies Aid Society CHANGE THE ADJECTIVEIt
for abe was the picture of health. last week. 'i gave an ice cream social Saturday

One morning I heard the store door i Mrs,A. T. McCulloch of Orlando, is evening the proceeds of which were i would be a real relief to occa- eeeeeeee+eeeeeeeleeeeee

close, and looking up. there was this 1' spending some time with relatives given to the family of Jesse Fender,I sionally hear some one of our legisla-
woman coming straight for me. My
'who in sad circumstances.Mr. .
here. are I. tive and congressional, orators lift
her with
Imagination pictured an accusation
of murder In her eyeM ?; j Mrs. C. Hall left Tuesday evening Paul Macy is erecting a new himself into new fields of literary expression IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
heart stopped beating. I stood waiting (I for Springfield, Mass. Her son had residence on Division St., which promises .I when referring to Florid 0\

for the blow to fall. She stood beforezne met with a terrible accident, but at to be a very handsome affair. and substitute something more virile : : REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i \
on the other side of the counter, I last reports,has prospects of recovery. Mr. J. C. Sweet has opened his new I than the monotonous insipidity 01 .
--- -- -- -
With an effort I controlled myself, Mrs. Chas. store at the corner of Division and "
Mrs. D. B. Sphaler and "Our fair state. Call it "Our bull
though I am sure I wa deadly pale. Hartley of Taft, were dinner guestsof Main streets, and Is welcomed back I state," "Our cracker-jack state" mos t Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50 :

about Pid two yon weeks sell ago me?"some medicint S Mrs. E. L. Sphaler, Wednesday.Miss into business as he is very well liked i any old thing to save it from trespass -, 1-2 day 1.50 ;

"rol ?" Anna Scholhamer left for New among his neighbors and associates.I on the literary domain of the swee
on I gasped.
Poison! No. medicine! I want yoi I York City Friday evening, called there Recently a meeting of the Baptist I girl graduate and make it sound lik: Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 :

to five me some more of It-the same I by the serious illness of her aunt. community of Pine Castle was held it had some backbone-Lakelend Te. 1-2 day 2.50 :

kind" .. I an't rt'<'alllts name.: I'I Pine Castle and Lockhart baseball at the home of Mr. E. ..\. Johns, a I egram. - -- ,

Oh. the happiness of that moment* '' teams were in the midst of a game building committee was appointed and I If we are to judge by tht old be,
The Mme afternoon I went to th B Friday afternoon when it was calledto plans accepted for building the First I whiskered laws now on the books an< J. B. Magruder & Son
count"and my little boy quite re sudden by one of the Lock- Baptist Church Mr. Fleming of
tored.caine running to meet The a stop some of the "near" statesmen now a1 t
I told tnv wife what a foolish worrj hart boys having the misfortune to Hartwell, Ga., who has recently come Tallahassee, "Mossback" would be th
1 had been through' brake his leg. He received immediate among us, and who is thinking of sane word with which to displace th .i1( '..

attention from Drs. McEwan and Fil I making his home here, will take adjective "fair." Subscribe For The Sentinel.


I .
C. Massey, President A'large crowd gathered in Cluett
Hall last evening witness the
T. Pkton W&rlow, Yicc.Pra. 8. Witen How* CA b IIr presentation
of diplomas to the graduatesof
Howard C. Bibcock. Au't Cuhicr Samuel A.Newell,A* 't Cubist
the Cathedral School and to hear
the splendid program and excellent I
addresses with which the term of :
THESTATE 1912-1913 was concluded.On What is theCHRISTMAS

the stage, which was tastefully "a
decorated, sat the Principal, Reverend
R. P. Cobb and by his side, Bishop &
I BANKof W m. Crane Gray, founder of the initution. SAVING
st On either side were the
graduates and seated to the rear ofthe I I

stage were Deaconess Parkhill, a

: Orlando a the former faculty.principal, Dean Sherrod and CLUB ? .

After the Creed and Collects ready
b :Mr. Cobb, the hymn, "Guide Me,
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Oh Thou Great Jehovah," was heartiy -
Merely a number of people "ho arrange fo'systematically;
l sung. Miss Marion Stouder, in the |
Salutatory, welcomed the audience and save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-
spoke of the warm greeting which
had been given% her and the other .. surance that they will receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than members of the class upon their entrance ::;"V: Christmas for every penny they have sa\cd.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa into the school family. Following -
i ths; Miss Stouder gave a well
written essay upon the "Dignity of
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Labor."

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound "The' Miss Outlook Doris for Perry International, in her essay Peace"on You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate made a stirring plea for the doing

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis away of warfare, for "the upliftingof The 2 cents the first 1313
man, rather than his anhiliation "
reuected in the large amount of deposits. $11
week .ft &
backing her statements with telling "club" nets you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. arguments showing keen knowledgeof
...... A C.lid.
her subject.A
piano solo, "Le Primtemps" was
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur prettily given by Miss Lois Overstreet.Her .

delivered sister,the Miss essay Ethel which Overstreet won, next the |lIT IS WORTH WHILE.!

Cluett Medal. "The Stimulus of 0position" P- .
correspondent banks are located in every part of was the rather unusual sub

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ject chosen by Miss Overstreet, who E.Cal ;attb;. ;CbrislmasSavings Club;\Vindow and let us explain it more fully,

United States.iiliiiililtlllimiT'. showed the greatest most conclusively enterprises that of manyof the -. orbetter[ still join some club now.

world were aided, not hindered, by
opposition.The .
essay "Humble Origin of GreatMen"
NORTH HIGHLANDS received with close attention from the l/Ihe Peoples National Bank

Mrs. M, Overstreet entertainedthe audience. In the valedictory, lissNuckolls ,
---- -
members of the Twentieth Cen- Tuesday night an invited audience spoke affectionately of the L;
--= ; "It is "
;. a pleasure to
for the last you.
tury Club at her pretty home yes- time this season, were kind influence of the school, addressing -
terday afternoon and the meeting given an educative program of song the farewell first to the Bishop, ;I 1
which was well attended, was unu- and story. Mrs. Hudson and Miss then to the Principal and Mrs. Cobb,
sually pleasant. Hamblin added to the evening's enjoyto the School Board, the Faculty and fHHiMHItHIIMM
The reading of the "Midsummer ment by their interpretation of the lastly, to the students.
Night's Dream" was completed and it i immortal Bach and Mozart. I Miss Stouder played with great expression
was decided to take up the study of Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg not only !. an exquisite instrumental ,1111111111111111.1111.,111111.1.1111111,1".1.1.!kiIfiitN##
"Romeo and Julfet. charmed the guests with rare stories number from McDowell.The )
Mrs. Wm. Davis and Mrs. Over- by well known writers, but also honored Bishop conferred the diplomas,
street, of Eustis, joined the guests in i them by reading extracts from his the names inscribed upon them being: AT THE
time to share the dainty refreshment own original short stories and from a Marion Sarah Stouder, Colona Pauline
chocolate and peach ice cream and book (in manuscript) which he is preIQuckolls, Ethel Ruby Overstreet, Lois '
cake, served by the hostess. paring on Southern Problems. A Estelle Overstreet and Aurelia Doris
The next meeting will be held with laughable tale he gave was about a Perry.
Mrs. S. R. Hudson when the electionof Baptist Deacon who had died leaving The Honor Medals
officers will take place.AFTERNOON behind him a very unenviable record by the Principal, and were the announcement presented- aimm L Hang : al i
At the funeral the Colored preacher of the awards were greeted with n
TEA wound up his remarks by saying"us Le much applause on the part of the
belieb dat
our brudder had gone other students and visitors.
Mrs. Van Ness was hostess for a whar we know he ain't. The Principal's Medal for the highest I
pretty party at the Tea and RestRoom Mrs. Robinson Murphy gave a glowing record in the Academic Department S
yesterday afternoon her guests tribute to her famous Maestro, < also the Convocation Medal for IT-
being Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Dean and Mrs. Signor Achille Errani of Milan, who Mathematics were won by Miss Ruth
Sherrod, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mrs. taught for so many years in New Bourlay.The .
Holt of Green Cove Springs, and Misses York. At the close of the concert Cluett Essay Medal went to MONEY SAVING
Catlin, Atkinson, Morris, Broom, Miss Edna Arnold and Mr. Edgar Miss Ethel Overstreet. The best PRICES
Rust, Beers, Helen Warlow and Sara Thompson were prevailed upon to sing; ord for the Primary Departments ecras

Yancey. a stirring duet, "When the i of made by Miss Frances Jones, thus LIES IN INTELLIGENT
After the Desert Grow BUYING
9 a delightful musical programiven Cold. This was so winning her the medal offered bywith thee
by Dean and Mrs. Sherrod, Miss appreciated that they responded Woman's Auxiliary.The .
Catlin and Mrs. Van Ness, the guests a fetching encore. Preparatory Department m dalguests

were served fruit salad, sandwiches, During the intermission the given by the Cathedral Chapter was .- :r .. WE HAVE INAUGURATED THE GREATEST VALUE-
nut bread, tea and delicious grapefruit were regaled with cakes and punch awarded to Miss Winifred Brown,
sherbet and cake.ANNOUNCEMENT. This was gracefully scerved by Misses while Miss Helen Hoskins
Frances Taylor, Rose Hamblin and close second that she was was given such Honorable a- ,I/ GIVING SALE EVER ATTEMPTED IN ORLANDO. COME

PARTY Edna Arnold. Mention when the .

Since the Club de Martes was first i LUCERNE THEATER THURSDAY I Two pleasing numbers on the program '
organized, its weekly meeting has I were given by the C. S. OF THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LADIES' MERCHANDISE EVER -
several times been the occasion for: Mammoth Military War Production."A Club, which, under Prof. Pope, has
announcing the engagement of a member I Southern Cinderella" ,Broncho become a chorus of sweet and well OFFERED AT SUCH SACRIFICED PRICE REDUCTIONS.
and Tuesday's gathering at Mrs. Feature in Three Reels trained voices.
Joe Bumby's proved a similar celebration A dramatic subject staged during' Dean Sherrod's address was on the \
Miss Eula Smith receiving the civil war, in which a pretty Trinity, that of human life, mind, body
merriest wishes for a bright future.. Southern girl has an experience simiand soul; that of duty to God, our
The groom-to-be, Mr. Banchbach, is: bar to the fabeled Cinderella, winninga neighbors and ourselves; and that of
favorably known here, and is to be handsome Northern officer. Portraying God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
jrarmly congratulated. the love of a Southern Colonel His talk was both helpful and practical -
for his home changes the plansof closing with an appeal to the
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE an army and results in an unexpected young ladies to "Remember their N. P. YOWELL
charge upon the city captured Womanhood."
Those wishing to make trips for by the Union forces
which are utter Bishop Gray, just before presenting
business or pleasure, should see me ly routed. A massive production that the diplomas, made a short and ear 1<<'
for prices. Prompt service guar ,n- will long be remembered. Showing nest address to the graduates, impressing -
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla., many thrilling battle scenes and cap- upon them the value of the -i
Phone, 360. 5-29 tf tivating climaxes. THEe
Over one thousand influence of women in the affairs of .
people in this marvelous pi cture.the. I world, and bid the girls before Whimto
i keep high ideals, ever "seeing
The Hospitality Committee de Special Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. things which are invisible.
to inform all members that the game 1,000 $2.00 Ticket Books for Fifty The blesing was pronounced by the BIG WHITE
will call promptly at 12 o'clock cents.
to day Bishop, after which the friends of: the '
and refreshments will be served
at graduates
thronged upon the stage togood "' -
one.A Emmanuel Baptist Church offer to the graduates their
full attendance is requested and The ladies of the Emmanuel Baptist wishes and heartiest.congratulations. STORE
those who do not play bridge can en- Church will give a measuring party
gage in other games to their likingor at the residence of Mrs. Cook's 101 GOLF TODAY I -

can bring their fancy work along. Orange, Ave., Wednesday night, at The event, according to the
It is to be a social afternoon. 7:30. Refreshments will be servedand schedule, at the Country summer Club- "III IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I' III'IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
a good time awaits those for -
who today, is a contest in a mixed
A Boon to All Those Who Go Down 1(0 come. All are invited.ANNOUNCEMENT. I.four-some. It is expected that the One thousand two-dollar ticket-, GROVE FOR SALE I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY
the Sea In Ships lady players will books Lucerne Theatre, for fifty cents i
out in force. Of $1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres,, 150
The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy late a good many ladies have taken up each. Biggest amusement bargainever trees orange, grapefruit and lemonsin Edwin August in "The Tramp Re
that is guaranteed to cure Sea Dean Sherrod is very desirous to the game of golf. These mixed four- offered, demonstrating the quality bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken porter,"-Powers, a powerful two-
Sickness. If you contemplate a sea have all persons thinking of Confirmation somes are intended to encourage the of high grade and classy shows. from it last winter. 5 miles Southeastof reel drama.
trip, be sure and take with you a bottle -. or who are in any wise interested ladies to play golf. The links are Don't fail to get one. You'll never regret Orlando at Conway. 5 room house,. "Saved by Parcels Post,"-Imp, an
of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If in the subject, however slight, now in fine shape and it. 5-28 3t
some good 3 churches, school and store right at immense burlesque enacted by all star
it does not cure money refunded. tf to meet with him in the dean's office scores should be made in the tournament door. No commission-deal direct cast.

in the Chapter house Thursday even- this afternoon. The public is THE NUMBERYou with owner. Will trade for city prop Watch for dates of Sheridan's Ride,
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, ing at 8 o'clock. invited witness the play. should call whenever you want erty. Address, R. J. PIATT, Three reel feature coming soon.

Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. an automobile is 360, C. W. Willsey. R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla. Open to 6 and 7 to lOp.m.
6152w. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for the Sentinel. 5-29 tf 5-22 tf Admission five. cents to all