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 30, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00026
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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










Special to the SentineLChattanooga Queenstown 29.The American Tallahassee bills Special to the Sentinel I Ii Ii
Mr S. J. Sligh who has already May May 29.-Many i New York, May 29.-At a spial
Tenn., May 29.- I liner Haverford is : have been the House of Marquette, Mich. May 29.George
loads of tomatoes reported today passed by i|i ,
shipped two car meeting of the Board of Health his
from his Orlando field, is in receipt of Proudly bearing tattered battle flags ,to have struck Daunt's Rock, near the I I Representatives during the past week, Shiras, host of Theodore Roosevelt, afternoon Commissioner Ernest* J.

of letters making enquiry i i dimmed by powder smoke and time, mouth of Cork Harbor, where she remains among which the more important ones who is suing George A. Newett for Lederie wil
a number i introduce a resolutioil to
of the Con- I
Florida tomato culture and ask- ;, the gray-clad survivors fast. She sailed yesterday from Hof' a general nature are the following libel, is receiving a heavy mail everyday
prohibit further
about any inoculation \ ithi
ing for photos of the field. These let- .: federate army today marched through Liverpool for Philadelphia. i|1 : owing to the prominence given i the Friedmann serum or Uutle\
streets walled each side with cheer- any
from various parts of the on Several tugs have been sent out to I I Submitting Constitutional Amendments the case in the newspapers. I vaccine
ters come containing live bactilli. he
United States and show the great interest : ing thousands. Standards borne by the Haverford's assistance. The liner I I providing for the Iniative,l Letters to Mr. Shiras are mostly of I I resolution will provide that this (

cavalrymen almost encountered over said to have struck the rocks dur. and Also the begging variety, probably inspiredby po-
. Mr Sligh has awakened iii>, was I Referendum Recall. for the j I II I hibition shall continue in effect until
arches formed of entwined Confederate I
soil. One letter comes ing a dense fog. She is commandedby ratification of the Federal income taxi pictures of his big home here. One, Dr. Friedrich F.
Orange county Friedmann has given
published and United States flags. Capt. Evans. i amendment to the Constitution of the I of them asked him for money to pay I the Board
from an Agricultural paper samples of his vaccine and
in Chicago and said to have a circulation Nearly a thousand of the gray- The Haverford suffered from a serious -| United States. I an installment on a farm. Colonel 'I until the Board experts have thoroughly
200,000. This newspaper haired veterans were mounted on the explosion on board at Liverpool in A "blue sky" law regulaing the operation I Roosevelt and Mr. Hewett are receiv- 1
of tested these
samples and given
of the field and alII i prancing horses of the Eleventh Unit- July 1906, when twelve persons were I of investment companies in II ing many letters which for the most
pictures assurance that the
requests serum be injected
that will enable them to ed States Cavalry, tendered by Fort killed and forty injured. i the State. part are full of advice as to how the I may -
the data I without endangering the
write intelligent and reliable ar Oglethorpe officials offering another She was built in 1901. Her length 1 j Several bills for the protection of!! case should be conducted. I tient. ea-
mute testimonial of the burial of the is 531 feet and her I Additional witnesses for the H
breadth of beam I i I birds, fish andgame.Prohibiting plain The
ticle for publication.Mr. Board of Health consists of
Sligh has done Orlando a great bitterness which characterized the 59 feet. Her gross tonnage is 11,635!I minors from playingor tiff will be heard today. Tomorrow I} Dr. Lederie Health Commissioner

service in the starting of this great war between the States. and her net tonnage 7,493. : loitering in pool and billiard rooms. (Memorial Day) will be observed as a Dr. Joseph J. O'Connell, Health Officer ;

j Hundreds of applauding spectatorswho She is of the holiday. Colonel Roosevelt has under I
enterprise and this locality will gain one vessels of the Memorializing Congress to open of the Port, and Rhinelander Wal
witnessed the impressive sight American line of the consideration a pressing invitation to ':
from his efforts International ,, lands in Choctawhatchee Forest Re do Commissioner
greater publicity I of Police. Dr. Led-
were moved to tears by the flood of Mercantile Marine '' address the veterans.
than from any other source. Company. serve to settlement erie naturally would vote for the
memories it aroused. I I re o.lution's -
from several agri- Authorizing suits for damages for Charles Willis Thompson, of New :
Requests come adoption. Dr. O'Connell will
No division in semblance
| appeared a the death of minors the York, for nine years a Washington
for data, and these go INDIANAPOLIS it
cultural papers AUTOMOBILE I support Mr. Waldo's attitude is
of its few staunch ,
entirety. Only
into the hands of people that Florida i a RACES !i'!I negligence of individuals or corpora-! correspondent, and since 1908 a po unknown, but it is believed he will
i survivors left of the than
were more
: litical writer for New York
I tions. newspaper -
reach. Such make the
wants to vote unanimous. The
six hundred thousand soldiers who powerof
I testified next.
substantial advertising as Mr. Slighis Special to the SentinelIndianapolis Prohibiting the unauthorized wearing the Board to issue this prohibitory

sending out by way of solid carloads { represented the Confederacy in the I May 29.-With the of badges and insignia of secret "As Washington correspondent," he order is unquestioned.Dr. .
fiercest struggle of modern times. said1 used to to the White House
list orders. go ,
of tomatoes rivets attention on entry showing thirty-one speed i iAn Lederie wrote to Dr. O'Connell
From the General Bennett
Orange county and will invite people moment experts, the track thoroughly tested Act authorizing makers and ;: to see Mr. Roosevelt I saw him usually yesterday in reply to the latter man's
H. commander-in-chief of the
here as nothing else will. Young, and pronounced sound, every thing is sureties of notes to be sued in one I alone, sometimes in the morning!' letter announcing that the time had
U. C. V., appeared, accompanied by ; and sometimes in the afternoon '!
in readiness today for the 500 mile and the same action. us- when the
his staff, until the last detachment of I { ually in his office, but sometimes when 1 come Board should insist
DR. POULSON AND RECIPROCITYThe International Sweepsteakes Race at Prohibiting minors and females ] upon such regulation and supervisionof
veterans passed, the firmament was in order to lose not minute in his !
from where a
i the International Motor Speedway to- frequenting places liquor ] the Friedmann enterprise would
rent with shouts and applause. [ work, he received visitors while as
is sold prohibiting the shipment lyingin
Bluffton, Indiana Daily Bannercomes morrow. ; ofj "prevent the perpetration the
General staff followed I upon
to our table overflowing with Young's was Motor enthusiasts from all parts of liquor intended for sale into dry coun- the barber chair. I never detected public of a cruel and dangerous

good words for the Rev. Dr. Poulson, by the Eleventh Cavalry Band, the I the United States and Europe are ties, and for the labeling of liquors i! the odor of liquor on his breath, nev- | fraud.

who has resigned his pastorate in that survivors of the trans-Mississippi de- here awaiting the event. Many of the shipped into dry counties for the per- er saw him in the slightest degree I, Dr. Lederie wrote that he had
the of Northern j I pre.
city to accept a call to the First Bap partment, Department visitors have been on the scene of the sonal use of consignee. under the influence of liquor, and nev- !;I pared a resolution and had extended
Virginia the of Tennessee
tist church of Orlando.Dr. Department race for several days, to witness the Regulating the manufacture of spir- er saw his manner in any way changed'from invitations to Surgeon-General Blue

Poulson reciprocates by sayin one thousand, Forest's mounted Cavalry veterans.Corps, and Interspersed :'speed trials and the tuning up-of cars ituous and other liquors. its ordinary one." i i il I of the United States Army and Dr.
such nice things about the city he is by the many noted European an a, Prohibiting the soliciting of orders Mackenzie. Dr. Blue will reach this
the different
leaving and the city to which he goes were among the of the commands divisions : American drivers. It is freely pre. for liquors in dry counties, except by|I t[l WOMAN SUFFRAGE RESOLUTIONKILLED :''city' from Washington today and the
that it would do the soul of the moststaid (,dicted today that tomorrow's race will mail and newspaper advertisements. i': other guest is also expected.

old sinner good to readit of the Confederate Veterans, in M I'j: surpass anything of the kind ever run I. An Act prohibiting screens, blinds,I'I'I I:i iI I
each instance followed by aged soldiers
and every Orlandoite may feel proudto in this country or abroad. chairs, tables, etc., to be used in con- I TallahasseeIay 29.-Woman's THE LAP DOG HABIT
riding in automobiles. The Rich- !
,1 nection with saloons. The sealed suffrage in Florida is dead again.
have such a man as Dr. Poulson Great interest is displayed in Jules ( ]

praise his city. mond Howitzers, Pelham Guards, of I i Goux, the marvelous Frenchman, who package feature of this bill, and that'! This time the solons believe the' Every rational American
The writer is familiar with Dr. Macon, Company.D. Alabama National ,:''in a Peugeot, broke all records for limiting the hours of sale were rejected -: movement will fail to show the "comeback" -like! applauding Dr.
al Guards, and two companies of Tennessee i Harvey Wiley
Poulson's labors in Indiana and we 1 speed on the Brooklands track in Eng by the House.) 1 proclivities of the "proverbial i i for his strictures
militia, acted as official military upon women who
acquainted in the city of Bluffton and escorts to the veterans. I[ land. Goux will drive a Peugeot car Submitting a constitutional amend; cat. : have formed the "lap dog habit." He

can say truthfully that Dr. Poulson tomorrow, and is very optimistic oft ment exempting from taxation homes i i An attempt was made yesterday calls their attention to the fact that
The ranks of the
veterans in
riding : In to the value of $1,500 and personal'! afternoon to pass the resolution
leaves a mighty good city and a success. some of his record breaking pro- there
automobiles t are thousands of homeless
mighty good church and the Orlando time by were those who had believed I I runs in England Boux averaged property to the value of $500. I I posing an amendment to the Con- ; babies and thousands of babyless

people will find in him a most excellent j 109 miles an hour. | Appropriation for the employments stitution to give women the ballot, : wives, each needing the other"
themselves equal to marching in the and
Christian gentleman and a strong, j Bob Burman has been working his two rural scohol inspectors. which had been defeated in the House. : he expresses pity for the who
but who woman
parade, unable to stand
were :
preacher. i car slowly He has with him Tonyi | A second bill for the abolishment of This time, however, friends, or en- elects
to tote a dog with
the trying ordeal. of these a pink nose
stag I i Janet, his young Italian mechanic, butI 1 the convict lease system, the bill previously -, emies, tried to win favor or opposi- I and silky hair instead of an infant.

GIRL AND MOTHER BURN maintain gered along bravely with the attempting to I will have no relief driver, as he plans 'I passed. having been rejected' "tion by adding to the resolution the I Some of the best loved children he
step more vigorous "
to the entire distance by the Senate. randrather clause, which would
comrades. go at the wheel I i has ever known he says, have been

Atlanta, Ga., May 29.-Mystery sur- I himself. Burman will drive a Keetoncar I Repeal of portion of law relativeto have permitted only white men and adopted babies and there are thous-
they were forced to fall out
rounds the finding by neighbors early hands the manufacture of which he grant of State lands to railroad I' women to vote. This addenda provedthe ands of them of excellent genealogy
ready were extended by the
today of two charred skeletons in the supervised in the Keeton factory. companies. death knell of the movement, and who today are without homes. "They
veterans in the automobiles and amid i the of the the resolution, after much argument I
smouldering ashes of a house which renewed cheers from the Fixing salary Governorat would fill a woman's lap and heart
spectators $6,000 and the railroad commissioners was lost by a vote of 16 to 13.
had stood on the McDonough road, much "
better than
they were hauled aboard to continuethe BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG any dog, he says,
two miles from the Federal prison, at $3,600 per annum. "no
march under less trying condi- LEAGUES ; matter what his pedigree or ac-
and'which had been occupied by Mrs.' 1 Appropriation for taking a census HAS THIRTEEN CHILDREN AND : complishments."
William Stephens, her son, 20 years 'of the State in 1915. 20 GRANDCHILDREN The
!Special to the SratineLNational I dog is one of the most faithful .

old and her daughter, 16. UNVEILING I An Act to define and prohibit unfair of the dumb animals, possessing
The three were seen at the house MONUMENT Pittsburg, 5; Chicago, 4. i competition and discrimination. I Paris, May 29.-In a competition characteristics entitling it to a kind

about dusk Tuesday, it is reported, I New York, 7; Philadelphia, 6,14 in- Providing a reservation for the Sem- conducted by the'Farmers' Association -i treatment; but the dog has its place,
New York, May 29.-With thirteenof inole Indians. of the Department of Loir-et- '
but no one has been found who saw !I nings. I and that lace is not in a woman'slap.

the house burn during the night. Mr. Uncle Sam's battleships and one Boston-Brooklyn, rain. I Reorganizing the State Reform Cher for agricultural workers who 1 In the eyes of the average man

Stevens left Atlanta Tuesday for I belonging to the Cuban nation lying St Louis, 10; Cincinnati, 13. I School at Marianna and changing its'have brought up the largest familiesall there is nothing more disgusting than

Chattanooga to attend the reunion of:.I I in the Hudson River today, the naval American I i! name to the State Industrial School. the members of which have remained -! the spectacle of a woman burying her

contingent taking part in the unveil "on the land," eleven '
the United Confederate Veterans. Washington, 5; Boston, 2. \ I j I Creating the Everglades Drainage grandmothers face in the wool of a fuzzy dog or kissing
ing of the National Maine Memorial i District and providing for the bond- having ninety-five children!
Cleveland 3.v' the
I 6; St. Louis, ; animal on the mouth. More-

ITALIANS BUILD DIRIGIBLES'Monument tomorrow afternoon is in Chicago, 3; Detroit, 2. ...-.. I'i j. ing of said district for drainage. (This and one hundred and thirty-eight 1(over, the doctor declares that, aside

readiness for the event. Philadelphia, 6; New York,' j I i i Act places no obligation upon the I II grandchildren were among the con- I from the sentimental point of view,
j Although the ceremonies proper, do State.) testants. The prize went to a woman
Rome, May 29.The Italian gov- Carolina I I I I: there is grave danger from rabies in

ernment today decided upon the con- j not begin until tomorrow, Mayor Gay- Ashville, 7; Winston-Salem, 1.. ;I i Providing for the submission of a who has thirteen children and twenty ]I!I the practice.-Wheeling, (W. Va.)
the members
of the
nor, National grandchildren.
struction during the coming year of' Raleigh, 5; Durham, 4. ( constitutional amendment enabling ,I Register.

thirteen new dirigibles, of which ten'I Maine Monument Committee and Rear Greensboro, 5; Charlotte, 1. I cities of 3,000 inhabitants or more to .t..

will be for the use of the army and Admiral Charles J. Badger, commanding South Atlantic -*. i! make their own charters without reference AWAIT HAPGOOD'S NEXT MOVE j',, SIR RUFUS ISAACS RESIGNS

three for the use of the navy. The ;( the North Atlantic Fleet, exchanged Savannah, 6; Jacksonville, 1. I I I to the Legislature. 1 -

[ official visits today at the City I Washington, May ?President
superiority of the dirigible over the Albany, 2; Charleston, 1. I Acts providing for the disposition London, May 29.-The Jewish Express
j Hall and on board the Wyoming, the I Wilson and friends of his administration !
for actual of juvenile offenders and the appointment -
aeroplane war purposes, as Macon, 3; Columbus, 1.AT today states that Sir Rufus Is-

demonstrated during Italy's war with': newest and largest dreadnought in i I of probation officers. are rather anxiously awaiting the aacs, the attorney general, recently
Turkey in Tripoli, is responsible for the fleet 1 | A "full crew" bill affecting rail- first appearance of Harper's Weeklyin I i tendered his resignation on account of

the present increase. j About noon tomorrow, the 5,000 orl, THE LUCERNE roads.. I this city within a few days. Theyare ':the controversy over the transactionsby

t 'more jackies will leave the fleet and, During the week a large number of t curious to see what attitude Nor- him and Chancellor of the Exchequer

L. SCHMIDT LOSES AT GOLF assemble in readiness for the start of 1 The Southern Cinderella, at the less important measures of a general man Hapgood and his associates, new ; Lloyd-George, in Marconi shares-

the parade at 2.30. In the parade will i Lucerne last night drew a large house !nature were also passed by the House owners of the Weekly, will assume to- but that Premier Asquith declined to,

I also be some of the States and drew a generous applause from ward the administration.
St. Andrews, Scotland May 29.- troops, the i as well as many local bills affecting ''accept it."Women.

W. Heinrich Schmidt, the young naval militia, regular troops from the I the crowd. It was an entertainment various counties and cities of the Important changes are contemplated I

army stations near New York and 1 of high character full of touching incidents .( State. both in appearance and nature of
player of Worcester, Mass., was beaten i j were to wear socks thil
Spainsh-American War Veterans. and pathos. the contents.
today in the sixth round of the year, but the few casual glances we
world's amateur golf championshipby The pictures were of a Southern I THINKS DEAD BOY HIS SONs I I have taken while the dear creature
AN ATTRACTIVE SALE i battle field during the stirring days
H. H. Hilton, of the Royal Liver-I I, PRESIDENTS BROTHER GETS POSITION were in the act of boarding street cars

pool Golf Club at the nineteenth hole. The sale now being conducted by I of war and a battle raging under mos i Washington, May 29.-George M. I(enable us to say that the socks are not
Brown & Lartigue at their gents' fur- ; dreadful were intensely 'Steele, a clerk in the Postoffice De- "
!!'interesting and drew a sigh from yet being worn, says the New Orleans -
WRONG IMPRESSIONThere nishing store on Orange avenue i is partment, believes that George Steele, Nashville, Tenn., May 29.JosephR. States. This testimony is good,

seems to be an impressionthat proving of special interest to the many a breast and moistened manyan aged 19, who while driving with his Wilson, brother of the President, but not entirely satisfactory to the

today, which is Memorial Day, wise buyers who are taking advantageof eye. It was Dixie Days over again ', sweetheart last Sunday, near Toledo, : announced today that he had accepteda hundreds of thousands of men who

May 30th, is a legal holiday under the the ridiculous slaughter of pricesto with the happy reunion that followedand ;, Ohio, was held up by a highwayman : position with a prominent bonding I I pose as Missourians.-Chattanooga
the richer national life. It
laws of Florida. This is a mistake replenish their wardrobe. A visitto sand I killed, was his son. Steele asked company of Baltimore. His work will 1! Times.

and the State Banks at least are their store will convince the most an exceptional entertainment. the police today to investigate. be of a developing and publicity char-

obliged to keep open today as usual. skeptical. I acter. I It is pretty hard to convince the

Tuesday, June 3rd, is however, a legal I Insurance, real estate, loans and I WEATHER REPORT I average boy that the bath tub i|

holiday. Subscribe for the Sentinel rentals. Curtis & O'Neal t Fair today and Saturday. Subscribe for the Sentinel. superior to the old "swimmin



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EARLY GRAPE FRUIT PREDICTED f fI" .". ". tI"h .' .... -.
I HMIHH +t '1011M 9 i C>e H '.

According the East to Coast packers that and locality growersof will Gifts to Please : Bargains !

have ripe grapefruit by Sept. 1, according I t BargainTTSpecial
to a statement made by Mr. i
A. L. Hearn, a prominent packer of %
the Miami locality the entire crop will Bargains during the remainder of this month.
be ready for market in October and Maybe safely purchased from : Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
the number of boxes will be about r and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every I
the same as last year. '; ,:* body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
There are a fewer number of grape- us where everythingis Ladies Shirtwaists from ISc up.
fruit to the tree this year, he says,' I Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
but they are larger, and since the majority guaranteed. :;' Gingham, from 9Sc up.
of the groves in that section of! Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
the country are young, they will be from 25c up.Ladies' .
enough larger this year to make up I I a.. ;, ( Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
the difference. Many groves that, .- styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
were too young to bear any fruit last': Dry Goods at a special reduction.
year will have quite a crop this year.i| Allen & Co.I "" Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
The groves of Dove Allison and I I _c a Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
Joe Griffin bloomed in December and' Hats from 25c up.
the first part of January, and these'i' Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
It Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and
will have fruit ripened in August. i! up.
is believed. Many other groves bloomed -: JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
in the month of January, and it is' : Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
believed the movement of grapefruit, Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
from that section will be in full blast i, j and colors, from 50c up.
by the middle of September. ; Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up.
"Farmers in our section are pay-', i Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.
ing no attention to the greenfruitrules iI Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. ;.
," said Mr. Hearn. "The rules; I Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition r
which troubled up last 'ear-that of| we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
holding all grapefruit until the first trades with us.
day of Cctober, we do not believe will; We want your trade and we assure you that we will
be enforced this year, and the fruit'} Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee ; a f
J satisfaction or refunded. Come and I
your money
will move just as soon as it is ready i
The attempt made by the state au-! convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. '
thorities to make trouble for us here: your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

last fruit year we because were shipping of the alleged has come green toj'< | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando

naught. We are perfectly willing to i
stand the inspection of the government -j "" " " " " " '" " '
under the pure food laws, and if '''iftfMIIMIIIIiMIIMtMMHMMMIHtllitfttltlttllEverything I t++
anyone can find anything inimical to,
health in the fruit we ship, we will in DrugsWE HIIIIIIIMIIIHMtHHitlttHMIiaitlMIOIimtlMI1,
stand the penalty. | I
"It is not a fair proposition to per-
mit the other fruit-growing countries'to '' LISTEN THE OAKLAND
ship fruit into the United States;:,' DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

under the United States regulations, 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
and then to hamper this state and Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
keep its fruit out of the market with Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. I THE CAR
more stringent regulations. The same
rules should apply to everyone,and all!' We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
we ask is a fair deal with the other'i : WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO -2 ; ; pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
cerne. TALKING
fellow. I i II .

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PERSONAL HYGIENE cess. In moderation they may not,I A number of improvements are to, NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS I .

(State Board of Health) I I be harmful; they may be beneficial I be made on the Polk County National' If you miss your paper, don't get I
under certain conditions and for cer Bank, in Bartow, which when completed mad, as it it next to impossible for I
i I For the Next Fifteen
The State Board of Health, alwayssolicitous I DaysWe
I I tain individuals. 'I will make it one of the pret-' our carrier boys not to miss someone'once '
for health conditions in Be careful in eating. Don't gor- tiest and most modern banking houses'in '' in a while. Just call 24 over'i
Florida, is giving some good advice 1 I;,':I mandize Too much is worse than that part of the State. The bank r the 'phone, 'give your street address;(
for summer use. 'j i:none at all, especially in summer. Eat proposes to extend the present building -:, and name. We will be glad to sent I II
The dangers of the warm season af-I'I ripe fruit, but be sure it is not over-(I about forty feet and entirely re-i I you a paper II I IOMtlMMMIIMIMMM I will sell Lime at 90c
fect the digestive system and the ripe. Eat vegetables well cooked. model the interior, providing a tiled
mentary canal more generally than I I Remember that a meat diet is heat- floor, marble wainscoating and mahogany -I f I i iI per barrel delivered
the respitory or the circulatory sys- ing. It is like the fuel under the boil- will be used in all the woodwork.:j I I
tems, although pneumonia is not an!i r I I er that keeps steam up for working. A new fire and burglar-proof vault i 1 five barrel lots. .
infrequent summer disease. For this But there are other kinds of fuel. will also be constructed. :
reason everybody should be especially I I Meat is especially harmful when it
careful with regard to the diet, both,I is cooked with a large amount of fat. i Jacksonville members of the organization THE ONE CIGAR THAT
as to eating and drinking. I j'Too many persons believe with all I are preparing to entertain the Florida Metal Co.
The first and fundamental rule is,i I I'I their souls that meat is a necessity, I annual Southern convention of the
be clean, keep clean, inside and out-i j i but it is really surprising how well a Fraternal Order of Eagles, which will EVERYBODY LIKES
side. A bath every day is a necessity,!strong, healthy person can exist and convene in that city June 17 for a. McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
just as much as the daily breakfast.'work hard with no meat at all, or with session lasting several days. Plans i ,. "
An all-over bath in the morning anda very little, taken at only one meal a are being made to make this one of( Phone 41.MtMMMtHMIMMIMMmttMMMMIMMHIII.
sponge bath at night are none too!'day and that the dinner or heaviest the most successful conventions in HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS II'W'
much. The increase of the visible I meal. Most of us eat too much meat, the history of Jacksonville. A grand
perspiration leaves unpleasant excretions -' a good deal more than we need. parade has been arranged for the' ---
on the skin, which become un-' When meat is fried, it retains a evening of the opening day, and, fr
healthful if not removed frequentlyand I'I large proportion of the fat in the I grand prizes will be awarded to the i
thoroughly. Massage the skin;I form of grease. It is not wholesome. aerie having the greatest number of Get the best cigar at five I i
keep it lively and glowing.The I|'I In large quantities it imposes a heavy members in line. Prizes will also be cents, the next time you Keep Cool j
average person should drink'I'burdent on the digestive organs. offered for best uniform, best band, want to smoke-judge for
more in the summer than in the win I I Florida people as a rule eat too much best drum corps and the most unique yourself. ,
ter, to supplement nature's efforts to:I fat with their food. They would be costumes in the line of parade. .
wash the body through the pores of I II better without it. j

the skin. Better cooking would save a good Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, ,
What should be the summer drink? I I deal of suffering and probably a good Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. Made in Orlando and sold 1, Fireless CookersAND
Water, ice water if you want it::i many lives. It would make manyI 5152w. by all dealers.
and don't drink it to excess. Most of I I men more efficient, more productive I
the soda fountain beverages are pala-i j laborers, whether they work with I
j I
table and harmless,but with the aver-.their brains or their muscles. Cooking Subscribe for the Sentinel. .MMMilMMIHMillililNEW .
age person any drink that contains is an art, but it is too often made:
I( I
a flavor of sweetening is a thirst-I I a drudgery. II ELECTRIC FANSTO
producer rather than a quencher, soj i I In warm weather dress light. Don't
after all, water, just plain, clean, cold|'wear heavy clotheing. Don't follow COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
water is about the best of all summer
I the dictates of fashion when they prescribe KEEP COOL WITH
j j garments unsuited to the climate -
The great and only danger from ice and the prevailing temperatures.
water is its excessive use. To persons'j Heat has killed than cold.
Goods and Kimonos
who are overheated or who work in( Don't hurry. Start a little sooner Crepe
high temperatures, ice water is ser-[and you won't have to run. Be moderate -
iously dangerous. It produces congestion -( in every way and living won't
better known as cramps in ibe, nearly so burdensome as excesses GOWNS ETC. FOR COMFORT
the stomach. Acting on the nervous'''and carelessness make it. ,
system, it has a tendency to bring -

about paralysis. Men working be-I GROVE FOR SALE 2000 Val. Lace Insertion 1 and 2 .
fore the furnaces in rolling mills or I yards at Tne rl[ [ [L[ Tm L dnc.
as stokers in the holds of steamships,#j $1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres,, 150 cents per yard at HI,
soon learn the of ice
danger water,l trees-orange, grapefruit and lemons
although some lose their lives in j in bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken HAND BUILDINGSEASONABLE
learning. I from it last winter. 5 miles Southeast McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Excesses of all kinds should be'1"i of Orlando at Conway. 5 room house,
avoided. It goes therefore without 3 churches, school and store right at -
saying that over-indulgence in alco-,door. No commission-deal direct STORE
holic drinks should be shunned in with owner. Will trade for city prop- SEEDSCOW
summer or winter. This is not advis-I
Address, R. J. PIATT
erty. ,
PEAS-Clay,Whippoorwill and Unknown f2.65. Iron and New Era
ed from the temperance viewpoint,, R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla. 124 South Orange Avenue $3.00. Splendid Mixed 2.50. California Blackeye $8.75. Spanish Peanuts $2.00.
but from that of the best physical V 5-22 tf Chufas 14.00. German Millet and Sorghum 11.So.'e1nt Beans$2.oo. Pecks
welfare. I I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE sold at bushel rates.

Don't drink malt beverages to ex- Subscribe for the Sentinel. j KILGORE SEED CO., PLANT CITY, FLA.



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South Florida Sentinel
Speaker Farris has lost control of Tampa Tribune says:

I MORNING AND WEEKLY the House, just as he did in 1909. The "The Lakeland Telegram, usually

Entet the -poet office--;- Orlando, proceedings Monday proved it, and as sensible and logical in its editorial I JUNE WEDDING

J10rida as Second Class Mail Matur. proof of it is only necessary to citea utterances, takes this view of the leg-I[
quotation from the journal as follows islative press bureau which was rec

SUBSCRIPTION RATES J : "I vote no," says John High, ently born at Tallahassee, but which

TIlE DAILY SENTINEL of Hamilton, "because the bill was has, as yet, given no evidence of its While "Dan Cupid'' never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

One year ..... ... .............$5.00 read when the House was in such usefulness or justification of its exist. seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

Six Months .. .. ... ... ..... 2.50 confusion till no one could tell what ence. The Telegram says: weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Giftsa

tfhree Months .. .............. 1.25fu was in the bill. The entire house 'Mr. Darnell, of Key West, pro- for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
was in confusion Monday, and half poses to establish a bureau
press ding Gifts from all friends if
I your you happen to be the principal, and to
newt carrier in Orlando 60 tents perEonth the time Speaker Farris was not in among the members of the Legislature friends if they the
your are principals, are very much in order.
> Daily and Sunday. the chair and he had Darnall and to exploit the deeds of that body. We offer
you our magnificent metropolitan stock for selection
The Orlando Morning Sentinel raD be found Spencer in the chair, and they were We believe it would pay the legislators your a .
stock in
which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest
en nit in Orlando at Curia A O'Neal' Book unable to hold the house down just to go ahead and attend toe Silversmiths -
Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries
6tore. in the
------ -_ Spencer made a brave effort. Ii the people's business the best they country.
W-riil appreciate prompt complaint if hammered for order repeatedly, but can, and not devote any of their good
tlelivel7 ia not properly made by our ranieR. The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description
there The members time to "
was no "moulding public
response. opinion.
is out of the question. We only ask that visit
you our store
lUbe furnished
on ap- carefully
were in a state of revolt against or The final verdict of the people will
yllcation inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make purchases
your the feel
der. Many of them sit with thei be based on what the Legislature has
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the
feet their desks and there is accomplished when it shall up-
on nc have finished -
I'M year, by mail postage paid ........11.00 to-date merchandise.
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. condition of decorum whatever lion ; its labors, and will not be affected -

Oftice 107 Court Street Arcade Building day night's session was the terns,i by the newspaper comment that
Phone U limit. The full crew bill was up for may be proven not to have been warranted DEPARTMENTIf

-- ---- ------ discussion, and Kite, being the author,i' by the facts. 'B)' their fruits

J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor thought that he had to defend it on I'I ye shall know them,' and the advice you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor every point. Newlans had a speech of this paper to the thin skinned pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or .

prepared, and when Kite continued to I statesmen, who are spuirming under mountings, bring them in and let us show yea what wonderful transforma

FRIDAY, MAY 30TH, 1913. interrupt him, he state that his blood what they regard as undeserved criticism tion can be wrought through the skill of out workers in gold and gems. .

was hot to the boiling point and he I is to produce all the fruits pos- Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.

When she is a bride a woman doesDot didn't propose to be insulted, and that sible between now and the hour o f

want to leave her husband long, he was going to deliver that speechin adjournment. The Telegram feels

and after that she is afraid to. spite of any interruptions, andhe that it can sonsistently give this advice -

o did. After he had stated the not being one of )Ir. Darnell's

An Ohio exchange reaches the sensible state of his blood there were few "corporation-owned papers," and not

conclusion that the only thing members who had the hardihood to having given expression to any par

that prevents recognition of ?tlexicob say anything to him. The gist of ,' ticularly unfavorable comment on Jeweler

)' this government is Mexicans. the speech was that the farmers paid' legislative proceedings.. "

o the freight, and if the full crew bill

Only point unanimously accepted in was passed that it would be an additional ORANGE COUNTY CRIMINAL to

connection with the reorganization of tax levy on the farmers in an COURT OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

the Republican party is that it needs indirect manner. The argument appealed I

it. to some of the farmer members The Criminal Court of Record of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

o but it amounted to nothing i in Orange county which has been in ses- .... .. .
The circuses have discovered some the end, for the bill was passed by soion this week with Judge T. P. .

remarkable freaks, but they have nev an overwhelming majority.-Press Warlow on the bench, L. G. Starbuck .

er found a man who could outtalk Bureau. Prosecuting and Frank Gordon Sheriff .... -::

his wife.If has finished its labors and the criminal

o THE FAIR GROUND AS A PARK records have been cleared of 1a

reports are true that come to thisoffice I large number of pending cases.
there are several scales in this Our atention is called to the fact The JuryA.
city that can not be condemned for that the Fair Ground is rapidly assuming T. Arnold, F. C. Rails, G. C. STOCKINGS
ovens-eight. the properties of a park. Superintendent -
Partin, P. Sanbon, R. C. Dann, H.
Allen has
o planted manyjp| McClure, H. C. Robertson, A. A.
If it were not for some of our laun- trees, and palms that are now reaching> Massley j Il:. C. Moore, R. C. Pounds,

dries in this country, shirt and collar goodly proportions, and has set out I I A. D. Wills, J. H. Wilkenson. '

factories now in existence would runonly many roses and flowers that add much Cases TriedS. f
half time. to the appearance. I
on Burcoff was found guilty of petit
Most of the grounds are nicely sod For Day E',
o -
larceny and given a fine of $300 and .' : ;
Nat Goodwin is again married. Press ded and by a very little work a fine I costs, or six months on the road. .t 4yh

associations are already getting out tennis court can be built, likewise a William Field was found guilty of

the advance sheets and photos for croquet grounds, ,and quoit plat main petit larceny and given sixty days and and

the next divorce suit. tained. costs.at .

o There are one hundred benches th ;i Preston: Goulsby, breaking into
Last year the growers of sweet could be used for the comfort of the ;!private pound, was found guilty and a EveningWear d ,, : ,

potato draws made a big hit. This people who come to watch the games. : fined with costs of court.

year so many went into it that they And the ladies rest room could be Lucius Mitchell, on a charge of fY
glutted the market. utilized to great advantage.It -
carrying concealed
weapons, was giv-
o is a pity to see such a fine property -
ne thirty days, counting from time of
Isn't it about time for the legislature in actual use only one week in I arrest.

to announce another ball game? the year and if the civic societies of I Ernest Porter for breaking and entering -

They are liable to be lost sight of if Orlando were to take this matter up I. will be given a term in the
some move isn't made. with the Fair Association a venice ''ry reform shool.

o park could be brought into existence R. S. Our
Singleton, found guilty of Personal Guarantee
Tonight the high school debati by the time the touristof reselling, liquor, was given four monthson
Society will settle the question turns next winter. I the road.

Whether or not Mexico should be annexed There are many indications already I Arnold Baxter, on the charge of as- Accompanies Every Pair

to the United States.o that the number of tourists that will | sault and battery, plead guilty and
come to Orlando next winter will
o exceed was fined $25.

!. Theodore, Teddy Roosevelt any former season. The large Henry Nolan, colored, allis Joe)

finds himself in a place where he cannot : number of people who stopped off Burnett, was convicted of robbery Marion B. Ives

% do all the talking. He is suffering here on their homeward journey who and given eight months in the peni-
declared their
. greatly under the strain.A intentions of spendingnext tentiary.
winter in Orlando, and the number James
-o Morgan, assault with intentto
lecturer at a farmer's institute ot letters that tom from various kill, was given three years in the:
In Nebraska parts of the country all point to the pentatntiary.st EXCLUSIVE
the farmers that! great interest MILLINERY PARLORS
is being ? W. P. West
the first best crop to raise was boys ed in Orlando and Henry Parker, whould <
and girls and the second best and every means sho were tried on the charge of fightingict ]
crop beTFas
employed to make the city attra
at the Seaboard
alfafa and passenger station
corn. Second
ive and pleasant.A Floor
o some weeks ago, when West shot at

the darkey a few times. Henry Parker
The Baltimore and Ohio rail A GREAT
PAPER for his part in the melee, was
Company are issuing $10,000,000 of
Improvement The Chattanooga Daily Times with given one year on the road. West's
bonds. The
Will equip their main lines company with all commendable enterprise published a case is still in the hands of the Judge. JAPAN VS. CALIFORNIA

Hew special Confederate Reunion Editionon Nathaniel Lamps, colored, on the r

passenger rolling o stock. May 27, that not only does creditto charge of stealing H. M. Webb's horn, There is reason to believe that Cali-

the newspaper but to the city in was given one the road.
One year on He fornia will get the worst of the con- AUTOMOBILE
of our brilliant statesmen t at which it is is still
Tallahassee published.The to be tried on two other test with Japan. Already there is a
likens democracy unto the haired
grizzly veterans will charges.
appreciate well organized movement on foot in
Sturdy oak. He should have continued the effort
made in
his their be- Japan to cut out the port of San Fran-
oratorical flight to the point half.
Where he Subscribe for the Sentinel.DELICIOUS cisco and divert the over sea traffic to
would have said "and the|. BULLETIN
Sound Those familiar
legislature is the woodpecker." Puget ports.
MMMIMMIMiMMIHMIMMM. with the immense traffic between the
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Pacific Coast and Japan can realize -
New York City is contemplating the the heavy blow that would thus be

largest court house in the world and dealt California. In addition to this These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one b I

world.two of Now the largest if the right churches kind in of law the a Japan proposes to decline any partin guaranteed to be in flrst-class condition, is fully equipped
the World's Panama Exposition to
and gospel is dispensed from these and ready to run.
be held at San Diego.In .
there will be hope for the city. GEORGIA
as much as Japan regards the
o California legislation as an affront to 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition

Mayor Gaynor says that women PEACHES the oriental it is likely that country ,

need husbands worse than the ballot| will be able to enlist the sypathiesof $550,00

and that many of those now clamor. China, who, will follow the example -

ing for the ballot, if they had it, of Japan and give California

Would gladly exchange it for a husband Received Fresh Every Day"THE a cold shake. 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

Mayor Gaynor is not an old Beyond discrimination against
bachelor $500.00.
either.It .
United States Missionaries resident in I

o SANITARY GROCERY" Japan and China it is not likely that --- -....
is reported that citizens of FlorIda the states as a whole will feel any
have entered a protest against the effect of the move.CHEAPER. 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Ca4-
poor equipment of the Coast Line, 6 and 8 East Pine Street

and Seaboard railroads and will ask illac, $150.00

the railroad commission to compel: PHONE 200 MEATS .
these companies to equip with more "
and better passenger coaches.An Tariff reduction will bring the pric 1 Studebaker 30" 1912, run less tht
of meat and meat products down for
o 4,000 ; extra tire etc. $800.
a short time while Australia and Argentina -
interested reader wants to knowhat
ship in meat in competitioto
the lobbyist does during the CARUTHERS & GORE American packers.But +

long season when there are no leg this will not last long. The meat
islatures in session. We do not know.
trust will cross the pond and egt control San Juan
Judging from his works, we concludebowe'er Garagi
; of the meat output in those countries -
that he takes a course of
with as much ease and audacit
training in the devil's finishing school. t
ftll '
as they did it in this country.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

i white and colors. Don't fail to see them. want to be able to give EXTRAORDINARY VALUES in all
lines we carry. If you will just price our goods and compare

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

India and Persian Lawns. The quality we run is exclusive to. Many people think (until they know us) that cater you will find they are of better texture. There is a reason for

this store this season, and absolutely first choice goods. And we this. We sell for cash only, and we can AFFORD to give
exclusively to the feminine sex, but this not true. Our stock you
We positively assert that the values we offer have seldom been of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls better values, AND WE DO. Call and see us and examine the
are as
equalled anywhere, and NEVER beaten Prices, lOc, 12V-, complete find goods.: i
as you can 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.) t

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Mr. F. X. Schuler is erecting a very I Mr. Arthur Kirkland, of Tampa is LETTER
WADE f fine dwelling on Ridgewood avenue. spending today in Orlando. I i

THE TUNER I I A letter from Mr. F. A. Purdy of The N. P. Yowell ten day sale will :
Do you want to pick up an auto Mr. F. M. Drennen left last night'for Ashtabula ,
ORLANDO. FLA. Ohio, under date of May close tomorrow. It has been a great
J i bargain? If so, read the advertise- his home in Birmingham, Ala. i !25, says that the weather is very wet sale. It has been great from every I j
ment of the San Juan Garage. ____ I I
sand cold
up there and that they have point of view. It has been great inI
I I Mr. C, J. Joethe, of Gainesville, ]had four frosts and one slight freeze bargains, great in attendance and I AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.
Cincinnati 0.,'i Dr. K. E. Kilbourn, Mrs. W. R. Fla., is a late arrival at the San Juan. the E. L.
:Mr. Henry Judson j is in the city on business. : !'Kilbourn i and Fred and Nettie Kil- Mrs. Purdy long for the comforts of These special sales are a great bene- Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541 i

I iI i il bourn left yesterday for Detroit. Mr. Palmer Walthour, of Atlanta, '!their home on the banks of lake Ivan- fit to the public, and especially in a

Miss Ethel and Lois Overstreet leave I is in Orlando today calling on the 1 hoe in Orlando and it is a safe bet community like Orlando where the

today for their home in Eustis. i|j i I Miss Marion Jones, who has been in automobile and bicycle dealers. ''that i they will not return to Ohio so summer months are employed in large I CONSIDER REAL FLORIDA
I attendance at the Cathedral School I
i I early next spring. part in preparing to entertain sever-
Thomas left:'' has returned to-her home in May- Mr. H. L. Beeman went to Jacksonville J Mr. The numerous letters that come
Mr. and Mrs. Carney up Purdy writes that many people al thousand winter guests. These
from various of the
last night for their home in Nebraska.;;i field, Ky. yesterday to take in the Convention \from that section of the country who sales enable people to lay in the supS telling of parts cold and disagreeable
of Shriners, which meets:' ]have never visited Florida before will ply for personal and home adorne-
Mr. A. H. Fuller, one of Altamonte's Mr. C. W. Goodrich of this city, there today. I!11 be interested visitors next fall and ment at small cost. In a latitude like weather and backward crops, oughtto

energetic business men, was among: manager of the Orange County Abstract I that Orlando will get her full shareof Orlando where summer and winter I i iI make every resident of Orange

the visitors to Orlando yesterday.I|I 1 i Company, made a business trip Dr. P. P. Pillians and Mr. Bate < them. This is the kind of news we j,I walk arm in arm the year around it;; county proud and thankful that their
I ; ]l lines have been cast in such pleasant
up to Sanford yesterday.Mr. Barnes returned last night from a trip : ]like to hear and is almost a daily occurrence i is easy to lay in ones supplies for:

James J. Chrysler and family, who: to Chattanooga where they had been < that a similar letter comes :months ahead with easy calculation j!;I places.
There is for
I I [ no more.desirable spot
have spent the winter in this vicinity II. J. Lobean and family will attending the Confederate Veterans',:from some parts of the United States. at a time when the home or hotel is!:
1 a home than in Orange county. No man
have gone to their home in New leave early next week for North Carolina Reunion. I There are thousands of people who :not filled with guests.
need ever apologize for inviting his
Hampshire. ': and other points north. They will hunt the shade of the orange tree Today and tomorrow is the last opportunity -I
to come to Orange county and
will be gone most of the summer. It is said that Apopka is planningfor i next winter for the first time. i ; at Yowell's Sale. i
II establish a home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin and Mr. i j a "big day" on the Glorious i;
I There is one thing however, that
and Mrs. T. N. Buttner of Ocoee, motored The State Association of postal Fourth. If she does, Orlando and all'! NOT A LEGAL HOLIDAY IX If I jj For Sale
I I must be borne in mind by the ne v-
over to Orlando yesterday and clerks meet in Sanford today. Our Orange county will join her in celebrating f j FLORIDA j Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. comers and that is this: conditionshere

spent the day. j!.esteemed townsmen, Mr. W. C. Mc- I {I Would consider real estate in trade are different from any other
(Lain, treasurer of the Association, is The Sentinel, in common with a I for same. Address Automobile, Care I and
country a man must not expect:
Mr. Geo. E. Armstrong arrived last I number of in this state! Sentinel.
Mr. M. H. Bowler claim agent for in attendance. newspapers I i L-page-5-26-tf too much the first year. He has got
night from Sanford and will do the published the fact that today is I
the A. C. L. with headquarters inj i a
I to learn in the school of experience.If .
Sanford was among Orlando's visit-' Remember the chicken pillau dinnerat night trick at the Postal Telegraph j! national legal holiday and that banks ,! WHAT is A DEFECTIVE SCALE ? he ever had any ideas of farmingin
office, handling the press reports for!j and business houese will close. It appears '
ors yesterday
I the Orland Hotel Saturday evening I i II any other country, these all haveto
the Daily Morning Sentinel. however that Florida does
i, from 6 to 10 o'clock, by the ladies i I not I Orlando has an ordinance against be made over here. He must not

A dozen happy students from Rol-'of the Methodist church. Ladies will recognize the day as a legal holiday( short weights and measures, and an''(be afraid to ask the old cracker and
i Dr. J. S McEwan left last night.| and that business house bank]
tins were in Orlando last night taking! give you a square meal and by patronizing no or I inspector of scales and measures. he must expect to make some failures.
I for Jacksonville, where he will closed in Orlando other than
in the theatres and giving the city : them you will help a worthy : spend will be Yesterday he inspected the scales of I Come prepared to learn the ways of
,the next few I
I days enjoying the sights the Post office.
a parting salute. 'I,:cause. 'j l Caruthers & Gore and found that they Florida from actual experience other
II i of the metropolis and meeting with I
I --- I I, I were giving seventeen ounces for a than depending on the glowing literature

Mr. J. G. Webber, who has been' Dr. H. F. Ferguson of Leesburg has : the State Convention of Shriners. ,i NEW MEAT MARKET 1 pound and he ordered the scales out I of real estate companies. Come to

spending the winter at St. Petersburgwas I i arrived in Orlando and will take a'(!' Cowart & Pigue is the name of the I of commission until corrected. Now;be a part of Florida, to give and receive

in Orlando yesterday and left:position in the DeLaney Drug Store J I: The Fort Myers Press says: "Last firm who have opened a new meat mar-i! the question arises, does the givingof I and none will be disappointed.

last night for his home in Minnesota.I I'|:where he will assist Dr. James DeLaney Sunday' afternoon W. Ashby Jones ket on Boone street in the new Graham : too much for a pound come under
I II I in his large drug business. Mr. II'i I caught the largest shark while fishing i block. These men are going to endeavor .l'I the ordinance of short weights and MORE ABOUT THE ACME TOUCH
I in Four-mile cove, that has ever to please their patrons by'I measures? This is a new readjustment of
is of excellent'reputation my
: Ferguson
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, a young man
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.i and will find a royal wel- I''been' landed or perhaps seen in the keeping a strictly first class market I I Not many people will object to receiving own for the action of upright pianos,

5152w. come in Orlando. waters of the Caloosahatchee, the fish in every respect both in cleanlinessand a seventeen ounce pound. which in results is most gratifyingto

i I I being eight feet three inches in length in the quality of meats offered. the performers. The extent of the

and of the remarkable girth, considering r They opened up to the public last improvement in touch is really surprising -
Mrs. C. W. Perry, of Fruitland Parkwho Capt. J. A. RatlifF, one of the most FOR SALE
its length, of fopr feet six inch- night. and approximates the action
came up last Saturday to spend I popular conductors on the AtlanticCoast :I I ies. Mr. Jones, who has caught any Practically new Rambler Automobile of the most expensive Grand piano

commencement with her daughter,I Line was among the welcomevisitors number of sharks of every variety, equipped with Presto lights, top, and really affords a wider of,
These Who Go Down to scope
Miss Doris, leaves today for her home to Orlando last night. The A Boon to curtains, windshield speedometer
I 'I stated that had never seen one even dynamics. With the ACME TOUCHyou
accompanied by her daughter. genial Captain has lots of friends in approaching the shape of this fish, the Sea In Ships clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra can play louder and play softer

this city and the "boys" greatly enjoyed -I which was apparently of the man-eat The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy tire, tube and complete set tools and and play easier and play better than
Farmers having him spend the evening that is guaranteed to cure Sea accessor!**.
complain that the public ing species and which had a short, with the original factory adjustment.
drinking fountains for horses are not with them. I blunt nose and a mouth capable of; Sickness. If you contemplate a sea Also has auto trunk with two suitcases Try it and see. Price of tuning U
trip, be sure and take with you a bottle for touring., Reason
running half the time. The Church taking in a good-sized man. for sell five dollars. Fox the
summer only
street watering place at least ought to I ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll I f of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If ing have no further use for car. the ACME TOUCH included without

be kept in good condition all the time I Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for I It's contagious, everybody b i tak it does not cure money refunded. tf I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.LpageS26tf. extra charge.

for the convenience of farmers who the month of June. Dr. Bennett Jing I I it, The Daily SentineL Only for the Sentinel. WADE, the tuner

drive to town. I Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm I costs ten cents a week. Subscribe 6-29 3t

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a distributing center for the West

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AN ELUSIVE LAKE. FOR RENT BUSINESS BOOSTERS bona fide fruit or produce growers or who
CLASSIFIED I is, or are bona fide representatives of fruitor
produce growers within the territory next s-
Queer Antics of an Erratic Body of furnished. Convenient Business Boosters (classified adver- adjacent to the headquarters of this Association
Nice large rooms, tisements) received after 10 o'clock 'I may become a member ef this Association #e

Water In Switzerland./ for business people, also lighthouse midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto I ; but this Association will not at any
In the canton of Valais. in Switzerland location Classify" column. 'time receive into its membership, members ef
keeping. Delightful
any kindred Association whose fruit or produce
at the foot of the great Aletscb with or without board. Terms very Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately lands are located nearer to such other ; 4
,lacier, lies a small body of water. 30 words-one time, 25 kindred Association than they are to this ;
reasonable. Address "C" Sen- Association, without the consent of the
take care cents three times 50
Marjelen. of which the Journal ; ; one week! next adjacent to where said l
des Voyages reports a strange fact tinel office. 5-22 tf (six daily and one weekly editions) located. holdingsare I

At irregular intervals every three or j $1.00; one month, $3.00. ARTICLE I jH **
I Nothing in these Articles shall be
construed I
four years Lake Marjelen completely YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE
FOR HIRE-Nice seven as to interfere with the bona fide sale
and suddenly di"appears. The phenomenon passenger of real estate; the transfer of property, together
touring and
car. Large roomy. with the fruit other '
or produce grow. I
always occurs during the lastlays
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. ing thereon at the time of such sale; that is
of August Without warning the to say; That if any person who has signed

fake empties itself. and the great quantity is your business that we want BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice his name for any particular year for placingthe

of water that it contained disap- Ours is the service that you need in suburb in east part of the city. Carl the crops hands then of the growing Association on his or shall her land sell or in i i

pears through fissures in the rocks to your business. Jensen. dispose of his land in good faith; then
well the waters of the river Rhone. and in that event the said seller //I A Vacation HintBefore ri
Now is the time to make -i
your plansso OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis_ and purchaser are released, if they so ,
So rapidly does the lake empty itself desire, from the obligations of I I
having fruit
share in I
to Orlando's ion
as prosperity to the Northeast of the city and 'Ii '
that the water level of the I'hone rises I or produce grown upon the land so sold. t you buy a railroad ticket
-good printing brings good business. have some choice lots there. marketed or handled under the authority of
several meters in a few hours, and the Carl Jensen. this Association. I for this or that summer resort. '
talley is flooded An old custom We are only an arm's length from ,
ARTICLE VII I come in and look at our MidSummer -
fronts a new pair of shots to the first FOR RENT-Five room cottage with That the place where the principal business Woolen line
youReach of said Association is to be transacted is !I and let us make
peasant who come to announce the for the Telephone. all modern conveniences. Garagefor Geneva, County of Orange. State of Florida. a cool Summer

disappearance of the lake to the inhabitants The Sentinel, 107 Court Street, auto, or horse and buggy. Apply And the annual meetings of the members of I''i( Outing Suit for JA t
515.East street. this Association shall convene at said placeon I
of the valley.All 5-15 tf
the I Phone 24. the first. Tuesday.. in May,.of each.. and-. every. I I you.We make a specialty of NorSave
autumn after the disappear year at which time ana place its Directors ; -
once of the waters the basin of Lake I GROVES TAKEN CARE OF shall be elected and inducted into office. i j folks and will be pleased to ,Ilr'!

Jlarjelen remains dry. but during the Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy ARTICLE VIII show you a few of our latest
That each and every member of this Asso- !
following winter and spring it grad hauling, etc. Having been engaged elation shall place the packing and handling ;; l ; models h .
Gaily fills again. 5 all my life in caring for groves, I am of all citrus fruit and such other produce as ,I l I II I
EVERYTHINGIN prepared to please Satisfactionin may be handled by this Association, and
Scientific men believe that the you.
phenomenon line of work. L. M. grown or controlled by him, her or them Men's Fashion
is caused in some way by every HALL, into this Association, and that this Associa- Shop
the 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. tion shall charge for the packing and handling -
neighboring glacier. Little by little 5.111 mo. of such fruit and produce, such reason- Hand Building'I
the melting Ice raises the level of able compensation as the Board of Directorsof ,

the lake until at the end of three or FOR SALE-Large Lot Metho- this Association shall fix and determine. Cor. Church and Orange Orlando
near But any member of this Association shall
four years the accumulated water exerts FEEDFOR dist Church. Whole or part. Withor have the right to withdraw his fruit and pro-

such an enormous pressure upon without dwelling Address or wire. duce without, for penalty any one, by year giving, from in said writing Association to said, IIfIIfIIiiII I / IJlnl'l'L' / :i:"" ,r, -<1: ;r 1.

the sides and bottom of the lake that E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf Association, notice within the ten days next

the basin gradually becomes as porous before the annual meeting of this Association -
that he desires to withdraw his fruitor
GAS so
IS a At SALE-High
sponge. some point or other up
other produce from the same; but in that
the water begins to escape. Then it eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and event said members so giving said notice,

flows more rapidly until at last itpours" Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. ceases to be a member of said Association and Half
LIVE STOCKLAUBACH Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm ill rights and privileges in said Association,
through the fissures
on every belonging to said member shall thereuponcease
dde. and determine. Provided, however, andit
FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers is hereby agreed and fully understood by IiIiI4MiJ1Get | |
Owner call at Sentinel Office. all persons joining this Association, that any f
Ptolemy's Big Boat. member of the same withdrawing from this
WANTED-Farm of Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce -
( fond of about 100
Ptolemy Phllopator) was acres through any other source than through i

building big boats. One of these Is near Orlando. Give full description this Association or withholding the same
aid to have been 420 feet long, 57 feet The Grain Man and price. Address "Farm" from this Association, and without giving the Better Walls and
notice, as hereinbefore provided, shall forfeitto
broad and 72 feet deep from the high, I Sentinel Office. 5-27-7t this Association, as and for liquidated dam-

est point of the stern. This vessel had Church Street Phone 18 ages to this Association, for such withdrawal, Ceilings With BishopricWall
FOR RENT-Nine room house, close the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus
four rudders or what some would call in rent reasonable fruit or other produce, produced by him during -
not fastened or un- the of said withdrawal and withdrawn Board
leering oars, as they were year so -
furnished. Apply 10 Gould. 29-3t [ by him. It is further hereby understood ,
each forty-five feet long. She cared -
and agreed that in case any member of
4,000 rowers, besides 3,000 marines this Association who has withdrawn his Easy to ApplyIdakeyoutbnildingmoneygofarther
a large body of servants under iMMIIIIMHMIIIIMIMIAutos fruit or produce from this Assocation, as On Any Building Job
above described, afterwards wishes to return Mastic and surfaced with heavy .
ber decks and stores and provisions.Her Paul A. Horn and rejoin this Association, and exercise the board. Makes an ?? ?-,
oars were fifty-seven feet long. rights of a member, that he may do so by, save time and get better results by usdaIl' smooth. Will not warpashrlin,
and with the consent only, of a majority of tug Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate, win
and the bandies were weighted with For Rent at the Board of Directors of this Association, ceilings. Costs SO per cent less than ter or summer. Is moisture-pr. of, rat-

lead. There were 2,000 rowers on a CONTRACTOR and BUILDER and upon his paying to this Association all plaster to apply-looks better and lasts proof, sound-proof and fire-resisting.
penalties that have been assessed against him Sheets 4 ft 4
x ft come ready to
side, and it is supposed that these were Any Hour and not previously paid.ARTICLE. as long as the building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apply ap

divided Into five banks. That this extraordinary REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. IX No More Cracked wallsl Prices low.

vessel ever put to sea Is That the term for which this Association
hall exist is fifty years from and after the "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere
doubted but that she was launched P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fk. date of its incorporation. affected by the jars and moisture which

and used at times, if only for display Seven Passenger ARTICLE X crack plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
a smooth hard surface that
several) historians are agreed. That the officers of said Association who tatisfaction. Is displacing gives lasting f/
shall transact its business, shall be Boardof lathandMartiowallBoard 1 Roofing Mfg. Co.
STEVENS : plaster everywhere for cottages, bungaDear Sirs-Inckwod find
*" Directors, a President and a Vice-Presi- lows fine homes, public buildings, gar15o'AI spoors feet of Bithoprie Wall Board bhip(3
A CM In Arithmetic. dent, and said President and Vice-President ages, out-buildings and every kind of Theotbeewegotfrom!
shall also be the President and Vice-President structure you we h...on tw.rooot.
The teacher
was hearing her class or sad it looki fine.
OF INCORPORATION OF THE respectively, of said Board of Directors, and
mall boys In mathematics. : Ride in a Good Car.'Phone : : GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S ASSOCIATION each of them shall at the time of filling said Saves a Month's Time FRISK HAVZN8TKITIMofoow, Pa

"Edgar," she said. If your father I office, be a member of this Association, and a

can do a piece of work in seven days : .. we Know, the undersigned All Men By citrus These fruit Present growers;of That the hall director also in have the same.a Secretary And this and Association Treasurer, bare for Comes use. In Goes sheets and on walls dry.4 feet Just square nail, readi it to Investigate t This Todayl I

and Uncle William do it inBine State of both of which officers may be filled by one and studding and ceilings are ..
your can I Florida, at least three of whom are ready for decorators the same day. Yon can see this .......
days bow long would It take both : residents and citizens of the State of Flor- the same person And the number of Direr Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful non- ""w
tors of this Association shall be three but the
: da, have this day voluntarily associated Ko skill needed fire-re-
34ttMIMIMMiliimilliM'l cursives to apply it Saves a warping s
of them to do it 7"I I together for the purpose of forming a said Association, without amendment of its month's time in building. slstinj wall board at
"They would never get it done." answered : orticoltural corporation and association enter charter, may, at any time, by a two-thirds the store of any of the
the laws of the State of Florida, provid- vote of the Directors, increase its Directory, $5 000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below.
the boy earnestly. "They I ng for the incorporation of horticultural and I and may at any time, after so increasing the Examine It carefully and Ant
would sit down and tell fish stories.-I tffricultural non-profit associations and cor- same, and by a similar vote of its Directors, Bishopric Wall Board Is the only Wall learn how you can make I.w' lIMris'
porations, in accordance with this proposed I decrease its directory as said Directors shall Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried bolding money go farther by h soli
New York Post harter and we hereby adopt these Articlesof : see fit But at no time shall the number of lath are Imbedded in toughened Asphaltusing"Bishopric"lorwaMsandceiliuga..

-- Incorporation, which shall become the ,said Directors be increased to a number greater -
What the Teacher Taught Him. Charter of said corporation, upon the issuance than nine, and at no time shall the numberof FOR SALE BY A
of> letters patent, according to law, and we do said directors be decreased to a less
The Email boy had just returned hereby certify. number, than the original number of directors -

home after a most tumultuous day at ARTICLE I herein specified. That the names and
r"'" 1 That the name of said corporation is the residences of the growers who are hereby
..chool"What WELCOME TO Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. appointed by the incoroporators of this Association -
lesson," asked his father -, ARTICLE II and who shall act as Directors to Orlando Novelty WorksThe
That this Association in organized under said Association for the first year of its
"was the most impressed on today
you ROYAL PALM the laws of this State as a horticultural association existence, and until its other directors are
by the teacher?" and entitled to all the rights and legally elected and qualified, are.

"Dat I need a thicker pair of pants." privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon Names Residences.A. .
W. Davis GenevaJ.
corporations, and the voting
-Ladies' Home Journal BARBER SHOP and all other rights and privileges of each power of II. Huddleston Geneva

f; ..--.... certificate the members of of this Association holding a A. Moran, Geneva Mastic Wall Board and Roofing ME g. Co., CincinnatiIOh ireSpecials
membership in the same shalle ARTICLE XI J
t. Friendliness. > equal. That the Directors of this Association shall
It is not wise to rush into violent Modern and Complete>> II ARTICLE III have the right and power to charge and collect '
That there shall be no capital stock of said from its members and other fruit vegetable -
friendships with every one you meet Everything new, individual Association but the same shall be organized asa and produce growers, represented or
but it is a great mistake not to be on horticultural association and corporation,not served by this Association such compensationand WALL BOARD
friendly terms with those with whom electric attachments at every for profit, and it shall not issue any sharesof remuneration, to be paid to said Asso-
chair. No stone has been left stock whatever, and shall not at any time elation, as said Directors may fix and
you come In contact. I declare or pay any dividend, or other profitson charge for its services to him, her or themin
unturned to make this shop any holding in said corporation, but all the picking, packing, handling, marketing .
moneys coming into this Association, for services shipping and selling of any and all of the
Talk. I meet th erequirements of the rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by it produe and material, which this Associationis

Why Is talk cheap The reason why most particular. Plenty of for paying the expense of, and otherwise maintaining herein authorized to handle and market HHMtlMIMIMtltlilimMimmiimii III'
this Association, and any surplus ARTICLE XII
We all should utuici stand. room. Courteous attendants. thereof remaining in its hands, shall be usedas It is hereby mutually agreed, and fully
It is because the ,".r"i'ii.\; the Board of Directors of this Association understood by and between all the persons
Exceeds the MIIMM ,'..,! ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, shall deem to the best interest of the Associa- becoming members of this Association, and nat Should Interest r
-, "1"1 .. ,",'r tion, and said Association shall issue to each furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by ou
Proprietor. person who shall become a member thereof, a all persons who may hereafter become members -
Why Is t'llo\! ........,. a.1 t .. I certificate of membership, and shall receivein of this Association, that one of the pur-
'''e'n rime ..ur "t. Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla. return therefor the sum of One Dollar poses and objects of this Association is to
It is ttu- I. ($1.00)) to be converted into the Treasury of bring about the carrying into effect a systemof
Has I said corporation; but no person shall at anytime mutual co-operation between the citrus
Dmr't II 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 I i $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus shipping and marketing, of all citrus fruit $10.00
fruit become or remain a member of this and other produce owned, and controlled by
Association. the members of this and kindred Associations
ARTICLE IV in the State of Florida; and to that end this
That the purposes for which this Associa- Association is created and organized in con- : Good Tin Roofing Put on Complete
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA tion is formed are to bay, lease, rent sell, nection 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 $5.00
or convenient for the conduct of its business as a part of the system of exchanges per Square
and to build, lease and rent packing which go to make up, control, and operate
houses for the packing of fruit, also to pur- said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose head-
chase all material that may be necessary or quarters are now located in the City of
Regular DownpourOF convenient for the purpose of packing or pre- Tampa and State of Florida. And that all I 20 Ib. Tin Roofing Put on Complete
in the ,
paring citrus fruit, or other Florida grown citrus fruit and other produce placed
products for market _Also to sell as agents, hands ..of.t. is Association,. .shall be marketed -
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of exclusively through said l'lonaaltrus $6.50 per Square
I fruits and produce, which may be grown.or Exchange. I
controlled by members of this Association.Also ARTICLEXm
to own stock in any other incorporationor That the names and places of residence of
association similar to this Association, ex- the subscribing members and incorporatorsto
isting for the advancement and protectingof these Articles of Incorporation and Associ-
BARGAINSgtf fruit and produce growers in the State of ation, are as follows: I THE
Florida Also to purchase and sell to the Names Residences.E. .
members of this Association such fertilizer, Curlett Geneva ;
and fumigating and spraying implements and Ceo. E. Mathieux Geneva \
materials as may be thought by the Boardof Geo. Duchardt Geneva
Directors of this Association, from time to And each of said members of this proposed
time, by their resolution, to be necessary or Association, and incorporators who has
By securing your personal convenient for the fertilizations of lands,, or subscribed his name thereto, has paid into COMPANYMMIMMMMMMMMMMIHMMMHMMMIIMMMMI
the fumigating or spraying of trees'and plants, the treasury of this corporation, now being
which belong to the members of this Associa- created, the sum of One Dollar, for member-
needs now, you can make more tion. Also to buy and contract for the pur- ship thereof, which will entitle each of them ,
chase of anything, that is considered by the upon the issuance of letters patent to this ,
clear than by day's Board of Directors useful or necessary for the Association, to a membership in the same,
money any
prevention of insect pests or for the destruc- and a certificate of such membership, upon,
tion 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 necessaryappliances his or her fruit to said Association, as provided
in store is being sold that the Board of Directors, at in said bylaws.In .
our !
Witness Whereof, Each of said incorpor- SFEOI.A.L
any time, may think necessary for the fertilization
of groves and fields, the fumigationand ators and members of this proposed Association
at a sacrifice. 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-
ing to the members of the Association, and to poration and Association.
Be sure and visit our store. It charge therefor, and collect such reasonablerates Names Residences.E. .
for said services, as may be established Curlett (Seal Geneva
will eventually pay you. Remem by the Board of Directors from time to time, Geo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva
for the uses above mentioned. And said Association ', George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva
shall be empowered to engage in i a STATE OF FLORIDA. FRIDAY allif ll SATURDAY
ber lookers are welcomed as politely brokerage factor and commission selling busi- COUNTY OF ORANGE.
ness, to purchase: boxes, paper, nails and other Before the undersigned authority personally
packing material; to engage in and conduct appeared E. Curlett Geo. E. Mathews George
as buyers. a 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,
wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars, that he subscribed his name to the above propos
wagons, drays, trucks boats, vessels, and other ed Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growen'Association 25c Crepes at 18c
vehicle, 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 Char-
transportation business of all such produce, ter, and In order to validate and acknowledgethe
Brown & material and other commodities as may be same.
Lartigue owned or controlled by it, but not as 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. :MISSES HAMILTON & DOT
mortgage on real estate, or otherwise, and Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the
generally to transact carry on, and perform 6th day of May, 1913.
Men'sand Boys' Outfitters all such other business operations as are H. H. PATTISHALL,
germain or incident to the purpose abovementioned Notary Public. for
My commission expires on 13th day of Agents Barclay Corsetst
ARTICLE V July 1915.
I That any person or persons who fa, or are (>tal

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GEORGE AFVVATER Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. MOTION PICTURES

Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
I was ath'iulinj a vaudeville bow
ine eU'iiin ill a small town ju Nevadatherein I Statement of the Orlando Bank and
a part of the itcrforAauie was R --- Trust Co, at Cloak of Business
knife throwing Dau Weather!!! threw !' I
the k lines at tI ward against which j i I I April 16th, 191J-The Sey.i TO-DAY'S PROGRAM

his wife stood t'uJius a knife about I' 't '
i Y I nth Aaniverury of
4 t
two inches from her body till they i;
marked her outline. The erfyruier5: ;i I I Its Existence "TIlE GIRL AND THE GRAf'TEU" _______ ThanhouserA

were a young couple and Mrs. \\'t lth.I I ,. Dramatic Masterpiece. "Don't :Miss It"
erill was very jiiettj. i I-
Such jiertoriuauies were not to my I :I n' .".,. II i RESOURCES hI LOVE YOU" . . . . . \Iajestic: .
taste, and instead of watching this I A Very Beautiful and Interesting Story

one I looked eNewhere. Weatherill j 'c'i Loam and Discount..... '
I '3 ,197.81 "THE GRAND PISA
t OF
had pinned his wife in with knives almost I ITALY" . . \Iajestic:
I 1 .r < A 4 ; Overdraft .............. 92241
completely wben what was supposed Scenic and Educational
Real Estate
to be an amdeut occurred. nut'it
had a detiuite cause which I, looking i -. .. -R i y and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 ,: "IN AXOTIIEU'S XEST" . . . .American

up at a stage box directly opposite the I i /' + t j r I Stocks and Bonds ........ ,Ol8.U I An Excellent California Staged Social Story,

knife thrower witnessed I saw a I % -' -, Cain on hand and in Banks 36,267.61 illustrating the old wag that red blood never
man partly concealed by a curtain take

something from his pocket that at first V7i Total ................$789,2 O.08 flows in blue veins. Truly a picture story that t
1 supposed to be a pistol He turnedIt $ i I you will certainly) appreciate
in the direction Weatherill, but .' t- l LIABILITIES t
not taking sight as with a weapon. 1 x5i I
saw a flash of light; from one end of i .. Capital Stock ...........100000.00 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
the thing in the fellow's hand whichI 4- Surplus and Undivided I NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M. "

now saw was a cylinder and almost Profits .. .............. 24,14158

instantly there followed a cry from the __: Deposits ................ 665.115.58 1000 $2 Books for
audience. Turning my eyes upon I 50 cents Each
Weatherill saw him give a momentary
glance up at the box where I had seen ? 1 Total ................$789160.08 GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST

the light then run forward to his wife.I V
noticed that one knife sticking in the

board near his wife's side was out of Depositi April 1, 1)13..3592,87L61 I Admission 5 and lOc
line. She smiled at him to show him ,
that she was unhurt. Deposits April 18, 191*... MSAIUS ENTIRE BALCONY FIVE CENTS TO EVERY ONE

I think I was the only person !n the Surd muwBi, State and Cotatj Deloatt.q IneretM In 12 sign ....?.. 2lM,11
audience who was cognizant of the L J HMIMM .. !

cause of the knife being thrown amiss. _ _,__
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for every eye except mine was at the 11111111111..IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII.III.III.I..IIII.I.tTHE '
time of the flash filed intently on what

was going on on the stage. To me all IttlfilltliMIMIItillMIIMMtttttMltilllilllimiHIIMItfttlllMi lMMiMI .
was at once plain. The man In the
box had flashed an electric light in MARKETOf
Weatherill's eyes at the moment he I

was throwing a knife with intent to W. M. SLEMONSDo
cause him to injure his wife. The

curtain was lowered, and when it was ; Of Cleanliness Quality
raised again the next piece on the pro-

gram was produced
After the show I asked where I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Weatherill was stopping and found I you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00. j
him in the of his hotel. 1 told I
lobby Crosset Shoes 4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at Tan GunMetal I FISH AND GAME
him that I had witnessed the attemptof I at $3.50; Pumps, $3.50, I

the man in the box and asked if be I or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3,50.Ve have new styles and i Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
would give me the reason for the :
man's inhuman act. He said that it I' best quality. I
was the old story of a mail turned i i : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
down by a girl and marrying his rival. '! !
and '
At the same time Weatberill apologized ,' : Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants pure.

for his wife's ever having been j'
: We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything
mixed with such > :
up a man by saying \\'e have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by I
that it was all the man's doings, he |I' in the Meat Line.

baring forced himself upon the woman '! : Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
J asked Weatherill if I could be of ; I I
service to him as a witness and after : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate i The
considerable thought he said that very merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. -We recommend them.
likely I could. i
The next evening curiosity led me Ito The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and

If attend the Wea\herills the show again.would I have wondered the :I we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. j H. M. Self & Co.

hardihood to repeat their perform :
ance and if the man who had flashed I
the light would be there. Both of : Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits : 18.20 PINE, STREET

these occurred: though the light 6ashI I i

er this time occupied a box facing the I
No. 80WW1Wfrrri
wife instead of the husband. I did i

not see him till the knife throwing
commenced, and then he drew aside W. M. SLEMONS +MMIMMfMMIMMIIIIMIIMMIMililllllHiMLIGHT

the curtains only sufficiently to show __
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his face. :u".u. ..... :-. ..
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Weatherill bad about half pinned in .IIIMMIilllltlltMIMIMIMItMltltllMtllMlfMMilMiimtMIMIIIIIill lll r

his wife and was about to throw the THE

next knife when suddenly he turned MtMitlflllMllllltlllttlllMltMMMMIIIMMMMMtMtiMMMimiMMIMUIF .
and sent the knife at the box where 'I
his enemy sat. Of course there was a PATH TO PROSPERITY
commotion in the audience.
Thought will sometimes act with
lightning rapidity. It was so at this
time for me. I saw that Weatberill Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
would be tried for murder and could 1
their by choosing the road
only get free by producing evidence way wrong to suc-

that his enemy had tried to destroy THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
his aim the night before with a viewto
cause him to kill his wife. I sprangto HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric.Sign. It acts

the box and. pushing my way like an irresistible drawing all the
through others to the'1nJured 'I man. DRESSES OF, DESCRIPTIONS,- COME-- TO B..SALO magnet,

searched him and found in his pocket MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason

an electric lamp. The audience and I they command the attention of buyers.
bad witnessed a duel fought In two REFUNDED.

successive evenings.As i
soon as a policeman came in 1 i For Every Store Owner:!
five him the lamp, and I noted the _
names and addresses of those wbo had B. Saloiwn'Orlando
seen me remove it from the wounded No matter how small his business, the Elec.. ,
nan's pocket: He was carried to his
tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
hotel but died on the way
Weatherill. leaving the theater walk- MIMillliMillMilMIIIIIIIIIHIIMMIIIIIMIIMMIMIMaMliMMMMIMtMMI advertising. "

ed to a police station and five himself
Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit \
up. He was taken to Jill and I went SMALL INDEEDThe embarrass the governor and the reunion last night A fine program was enjoyed. -
to sec him to inform him that I:bad I I committee at Chattanooga by a sketch.

-aiy's taken pocket an electric and bad lamp the from names his of ene-several committee in charge of t' having it appear that the veteranS'1 I w No Trouble to Us-..No Expense to You.
did not want the governor The two big structures which are
who had seen me do so. He grasped preparations for the big Confederate
the address because chance he erected in the
per being Tampa, Knights -
my hand with fervent pressure reunion at Chattanooga, Tenn., this l I I
realizing the favor I had dope him for week properly asked Governor Hooperof is a Republican. The effort failed of Pythias Castle Hall and the Elks'

say having seen the flash the night ignominiously as it should have. new home, are said to be progressing
Tennessee, to make the address of
before which "caused his knife' to goniss welcome to the visitors. The gover- Good veterans all over the state" rebuked rapidly. [ & lI T CO.
and the fact that his enemy had it and thus showed that they
the invitation.The .
tbe lamp ready for use when be was nor accepted were not the small men that the so- Ralph T. Martin who has been as-
billed would be sufficient evidence for public generally is familiar with
called regular Democratic organs I sistant city engineer of Tampa, has COOK WITH-GAS
an acquittal by any unbiased court the political conditions that exist in
tried to make it appear.-Greenville,i been made
The man who had been killed was a the state of Tennessee, where the so. I city engineer, succeeding eeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeee
leader of a rough element who threatened called regular Democratic party is S. C. Piedmont. J JI I I I.Fred T. Warren, who recently re

to take Weatberill out and lynch I signed.
controlled by the whiskey element)
Mm, but the sheriff prepared for them I THE NUMBERYou I II
and has therefore become a minority
and feeling sure of a conviction of the I I Prof. R. S. Bauer, of the University
party with the law-enforcement Dem. should call whenever you want!
prisoner, they finally concluded to let ocrats and Republicans automobile is 360, C. W. Willsey. i of Montana, has been engaged to teach REDUCED LIVERY RATES
the law take its course. But they did composing a an ; DURING SUMMER
in Stetson College of Law, in DeLand,
sot know of the testimony I was to fusion party as the majority party. 5-29 tf I'
grve. Indeed if I had not happened to The whiskey branch of the Democratic next year. Prof. Warren S. Gordia,

fee looking, away from the stage and In party is naturally very bitter towards STATE NEWS I Ph. D., who has recently been teach! Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50 .

a certain direction on the evening tbe who ing in the State University of North .,
Hooper, although a Republican, 1.2 day 1.50
temp was flawed I fear nothing could Carolina, will have charge of the chairof
was elected by votes of good Demo Auburndale will soon have a musical
have saved W sther1n. As it was, my and Pair
English at Stetson next Carriage day
tory was corroborated by the finding cratic citizens and who is himself a organization which will be known year. per 4,50

.f th*, lamp In tbe pocket of the man splendid man, one who tries to en- as the Auburndale Orchestra 1.2 day 2.50
bJ was k111WeathertA force every law to the letter. One thousand two-dollar ticket-

nnd his wife could not do When it was,announced that Governor Improvements and alterations are books, Lucerne Theatre, for fifty cents
I econsth to show their gratitude for my Hooper had been invited to deliver being made to the Tampa Yacht and each. Biggest amusement bargainever I J. B. Magruder & Son

lion in the matter, and we became the address of welcome at Chat Country Club which will cost $6,000. offered, demonstrating the quality -I /0
warm HMIMHtllliMMttillllMIIMMIillimillllMHSubscribe
knife throwing friends But there was no more tanooga some of the newspaper organs of high grade and classy shows.
for I took Weather.
Into my employ of the so-called regular Demo Closing exercises for the "Little Don't fail to get one. You'll never regret -

I cratic party made a big effort to(Italy" school in Ybor City were held.I it 5-28 3t For The Sentinel.

ni rY


11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I PROGRESSIVE LUNCHEON

Louis C. Massey, President The closing entertainment of the
Rosalind Club for this season, was
T. Pfcton Warlow, Vke.PimHowari g. Rem Eov, CMh. !held yesterday at the always attractive -
C. Bkbeock.Aw't Caikicr Samuel A.Newell Aw't CataUr I! Club rooms, only the members
I being privileged to share therein.
Under the very efficient management -
THESTATE I of the committee consisting of
I Mrs. Dolive Chairman Spencer, Mrs. What is theCHRISTMAS
Woodruff, Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Mrs.
I Miller and Miss Kilmer, who had
BANK I charge, every detail was delightfully
I arranged, the ladies present considering -I SAVING
this one of the most enjoyable of
all Rosalind gatherings. I
Cards formed the chief attraction h
of OrlandoTHE from noon to one o'clock, when a delicious -': CLUB ? .
four-course luncheon was gladly -i
welcomed, a novel and entertaining

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND feature of this being its "progressive-;
ness"-for it was served on the card
Merely a number ol people who
arrange systematically
tables, the participants being required,
to move for each course in turn. save certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance -
The first tables held I
a fruit course[
The Bank which transacts more business than the the second, ham, deviled crab, Saratoga .! that they will receive a check two weeks before

chips, asparagus on toast, pickles -! Christmas for every penny they have saved.You .
Jacksonville and
Bank between
any Tampa rolls, bread and tea was enjoyed;I|
the third held tomato salad with cher
ries and nasturtiums added, while I
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up marsh-mallow souffle with whipped;i

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound cream formed the finale, a dainty
can save any amount from 2 cents a week
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate rosebud being given each guest at up.
this last table.
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis The committee who had proven un The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. tiring in providing for all present, s11.22
were then taken in charge by some of week "club" nets
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. those who you
had completed the "pre
scribed course," and after being seat
ed together at one of the tables, these
were merrily served to the en

tire menu. |tIT IS WORTH WHILE!

correspondent banks are located in every part of COMMENCEMENT DAYS PASSED
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Commencement exercises at Rollinsand Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully[ ,

United States. at the Cathedral School are nowa or better still join some club now.
matter of history.For ;
illilllllllMlimilllMIIMimiHIIH illllt the next few days there will

--------- --------- be quite an exodus of young peoplefrom
: DRAL SCHOOL number of fine young people step The
Peoples National
into the open and declare tehir willingness Bank
Among the announcements made Hawkins Moves ............Powers to grapple with the great-I
Rev. R. P. Cobb Charming comedy ,
by Wednesday even- problems of life.
ing regarding the next term of the Regeneration of Worthless Dan...... i These young people who have been "It is a pleasure to serve you."

Cathedral School, was the very wel- ........................NestorA in our midst for the past two to four
come one that arrangements have been Powerful DramaA years have endeared themselves to
definitely made to include a Domestic Large Evening ............EclairA the people of these communities and I I' minmmimiiimimmmmmmmmiim
Science Department as a regular feature comedy that will make you laugh good wishes and God speed you is*
of the school work with the Watch for dates of Sheridan's Ride the
reopening message of the people to these AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE QUICK WORK
the First of October. This in three reels, Coming Soon. young conquerors in the realms of FOR SALE
has long been desired by the Principaland I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. learning and business. Good Horse, buggy and harness-
he has promise of a very capable Five cents to all. Those wishing to make trips for When Eve held forth in ParadiseShe Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or-
instructor who will take charge of business or pleasure, should see me found much pleasure in it, lando, Fla. 5.27 tf
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, for prices. Prompt service guaran- For when she did her Monday washIt i
this important training of the girlsin Phone 24 and say"Send me the Daily Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla., only took a minute. Money to loan
practical domestic duty. Sentinel." on improved prop-
I 5152w. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf -Milwaukee Sentinel. erty. S. Y. WAY.





last opportunity to save money by attending YOWELL'S Greatest .

Sale. We want to make Saturday our best day, and in order to do so are

| going to give our customers the best values for the money ever offered in

I Orlando. We do this in order to express our appreciation of the liberal

patronage we have enjoyed during the past days of our Hidden Hand Sale.Great .

Money Saving in our Silk De 1000 yards Lonsdale Bleached Muslin,

partment. One lot of Silks includ- 100 Sheets, size 81 x 90, regular 80c value, Green Ticket, the very best quality, at the 36 inch Auto Linen, regular 50c quality I
ing Messalines, Foulards, Rajas, Pongeeand
Taffita. Come early as they won't while they last extremely price everywhere. Saturday, only28c

; J last longAt 58c. each 10 yds for 95c yard

Half Price
Limit ten yards to customer



9 to 10 a. m., 36 inch check nain- 200 towels, lOc values, After Supper You will be the loser if you let this sale

sook, regular 15c values 2 to 4 p. m., 150 Pillow Cases 42 Sale. pass and don't get a pair of our $3.50 to

x 36, 18c values forFor 6c each $4.50 Ladies Shoes at the extraordinarylow

I 10 yds for 95c price of

I i 9c each 100 pair ladies' black Hose, 15c value at .
| Limit ten yards to customer
7cpair $1.89


Special Prices throughout.. the entire Store for Saturday

N. P. YOWELL, The Big White Store .

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