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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 31, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 31ST, 1913. NUMBER 95.

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AX ARMY OF MEN AND TRAINLOADS I EXERCISES OPENED BY SINGINGOF ( AUTOMOBILE PARTY OF ORLANDO THE MARVELOUS FRENCHMAN
I 'I AFTER ROYAL AUDIENCE UNITED TAKES OLD DESK IN HUDSON
OF MATERIAL ARE RE- I "AMERICA," FOLLOWED II FLA., ARRIVED IN GREENVILLE DID NOT LOWER WORLD'S RE- STATES REPRESENTATIVE I
j NAVIGATION COMPANY'S OF-
QUIRED TO COMPLETE THE BY SPLENDID ADDRESS LAST NIGHT AFTER CORD NOW HELD BY JOE i IN ENGLAND CALLSON FICES-HIS SON, HARRY,

CITY SEWER SYSTEMIf y I BY JUDGE CHENEY EXPERIENCING CYCLONEAn DAWSON BY 10 MINUTES I FRENCH CONSUL
I I : NEW
two solid train loads of pipe, The U. S. Grant Post No. 10, of j j automobile party composed of Special to the Sentinel.Indianapolis SECRETARY
I London : Hines'Page
May W.-Walter New York
fittings and cenent were to roll into the Grand Army of the Republic, the \ Mr. J. P. Holbrook and wife, Mrs. D. Ind., May 30.-Jules United May 30.-Charles W.
States Ambassador
to
Orlando on any tine day to be un '''Woman's I.Relief Corps and a number!I C. Thompson and John Boone, chauf- Goux, of France, driving a Peugeot, the Court of St. James, was received Morse took executive chaise> of the

loaded at this station, it would bea ,| of loyal friends of both the "Blue and j jI feur, of Orlando, Fla., arrived in won the 500-mile auto race here to Corn-
I Ipresented
today by whom
.King George, to he
sight sufficient ,to attract sightseeers. :I the Gray," left the city at too clock | Greenville yesterday afternoon after day. Spencer Wishart, in Mercer, his letters of credence. ,

Yet this is about what will be [! yesterday afternoon for the Orlando : experiencing the severe cyclone that second; Charles Merse in a Stultz, rived at 9 o'clock in the morning and
Sir Edward Grey, the British for- I went
transpiring in Orlando by piece meal ![ Cemetery, where they held their an-, visited Honea Path and that vicinity. third. I at once to the rolltop desk at

during this summer as the amountof ': nual Memorial services. After the The automobile party were on their The winner's time, six hours and I eign Secretary, presented the new I which he sat five years ago, since
Ambassador.
Then
Mr.
Page went used when
materials cessary to constructthe I I graves of all veterans had been beautifully way from Due West to Honea Path 31 minutes and 43.45 seconds. I i only someone required an

sewer and make the connectionswith decorated with fragrant blos'soms : when the storm broke upon them. Goux's time was ten minutes slower through the formality of presenting I extra place to write1} Department
j I to the King and Queen the membersof heads greeted him
adjoininglproperties will require, the visitors pattered in the I II They had stopped under a tree to let than last year's record when Joe Dawson with congratulations
the Embassy staff, most of them and then he
all told, better than ninety cars of i building at the entrance to the ceme- I the engine cool, when the cyclone finished in six hours and 21 minutes settled ifcwn to a
ha 1 Attended courts and levees
many good
material.It i tery and here, Mr. S. E. Hudson, i in struck them. The heavy wind abso and six seconds. Goux took the day's work.
in
company with the late Whitelaw His
is estimated that it will require ( the absence of Dr. Washington Kil- lutely lifted the heavy touring car lead at the start and maintained i it Reid. j present position is in a measure

153,000 feet -of four inch sewer pipe, I mer, Post Commander, conducted the from the ground and threatened to throughout. I Ambassador that of the representative of interests

51,000 feet cf one-eighth, four inch ; Ritualic service. This was opened by turn it over at any minute. Many of the entrants dropped ou Page and his secret that have obtained control of 20,000
taries
wore ordinary evening dresswhich shares
I of
pipe and- 51,000 feet of four inch caps : the singing of "Americaand after Mr. Holbrook stated to a News reporter as the race progressed on account of i American the company's stock, from

and 3,000 pounds of oakum for calk- a prayer by Chaplain .F. A. Curtis,II last night that the cyclone was trouble with tires and machinery. sume at levees. diplomats With the always naval as-I, the Assets Realization Company,
which
ing and twc cars of cement to make : Judge John F. Cheney gave a short I one of the worst that he had ever Several cars caught fire, caused by 1(I ran the business but could not
I military attaches in uniform
t they make it
the connections from the sewer to the but splendid address. experienced and that he expected to overheated machinery, but no one was i I yield dividends. Formerly
drove from the hotel where the Am : he held
property line alone. > The Judge spoke of the .fitting date I see his car demolished at any minute.None injured. bassador is i i i $2,000,000 of the capital stock

This estimate is based on actual at which decoratiot day is observedthe of the occupants were injured, The other drivers who finished win staying to Buckinghampalace I of $8,000,000 and his family held about
,!I in royal carriages with the
1
construction necessary to connect}; month of May being symbolic! but all were considerably frightened.Mr. ing prize moneys were in the following coachmen I II $1,500,000 additional: There are no
and footmen I
in the scarlet
present buildings with the sewer and j i i. resurrection. "Let ois," said he, "re- Holbrook and party are on their] order: Pillette, in a Mercedes; Louis definite plans for the future except

is entirely(independent from the sew- ,[I member of the jarring past only that I way to Waynesville, N. C., to spend Disbrow, Case; G. H. Clark, Tulsa; livery The of the British court. I to restore the company to a paying
I of
string
royal
er itself. i I I|I which can do us good and guide us i in the summer.-Greenville, S. C. Daily \\'. Haupt, Mason. carriagesi I basis through his genius.

The city estimates that these con- the future. !, News, 28th. Another year went into motor racing i passing through Malfair to Bucking I Mr. Morse inspected the company'snew
i; i ham palace attracted considerable
nections can be made by the city for : "The great war is over. The manor I history today with the 500-mile tention. at- : steamer Berkeshire, which lay at

property owners on an average of woman who would revive its .memory -i MRS. PANKHURST RELEASED race without loss of life. Only one 'I I the pier, dressed in holiday finery.

$5.85 connection to foster prejudice or bitternessis accident marred the racing, Jac k' I Speaking of the audience, after- i The other boats of the line are the

About fifty to sixty men will be em- entitled to the scorn and condemnation -I Special to the 'Sentinel Tower, driving a Mason Special and I i wards ur,. ,,..Ambassador?" _/ ,U Page_ __said__x _:1-_= I.Adirondack. _. and._. C.. W.u Morse of the
ployed aB summer. This will givean of every patriotic soul. A few I London, Eng., May 30.-Mrs. Emi- Lee Gunning, his mechanic were a. naa VIIC IM lilt; IIIUSl pleasing Hudson Uiver Night line and the Trojan

,idea of what a big job the City narrow minds, some in the north and I line Pankhurst, the Militant Suffragist thrown from their car on the south experiences of my life. The King and and Renssalaer of the Citizens'line.
Queen spoke frankly, cordially and
Council and City Engineer have o some in the south,:still vent their seen leader was released from the east turn of the course and the car .

their hands and it behooves every citi tional hatred, but, thank God, there 'Holloway jail under the provisions of overturned. Towers' leg was broken. kindlyon asked after a number of subjects. They It is under stood that the reinstate-

zen to be a helper instead of a knock : are but few of such. The men who the "Cat and Mouse" law, after serving Gunning suffered three fractured ribs, President Wilson and his ment of Mr. Morse will enable him to

er. : fought are today living as brothers a second period five days of her Neither is in danger of dying accord- family" and also after my own fam- divide his time between the pier and

under one flag.- three -year. sentence- -- -fnr-- rnncntrina.-..Yt'u....". ing to the official.report by the Speed- !! ily.Harold Fowler I his Wall street offices.
DIXIE FLYER COLLIDES WITH "We have an .army of immortals, The Militant leader will be allowedto way management tonight secretary to Ambassador -
: Page, made his first NEGRO SAW FRANK WITH DEAD
FREIGHT TRAIN a larger and more glorious host than recover her health before being re- appear-
ance as a diplomat at today's audi GIRL'S BODY
ever Persian poets sang of. Their arrested. Since being imprisoned for MEMORIAL DAY IN NEW YORK I.

Nashville Tenn., :May 30.-The St. raiment is the plain garb of the American the second time, last Monday, .she.. ence.)lr. Atlanta, Ga., May 30.-After he
Page has
Louis and Jacksonville Dixie Flyer, .citizen. Their only weapons are has been on a hunger strike and when New York, May 30.-The Grand!1 I invitations both received innumerable "! had been sweated for more than four

southbound, collided early this morn- love and forgiveness. They are sur- released today, was unable to walk Army veterans, loking a trifle older, to public and private hours Thursday afternoon, James

ing three miles north of Martin, Tenn., : rounded and protected by the great from the jail. It was necessary to ,:.a little less spry and reduced about tions affairs, which, with the court func- Conley, the negro sweeper at the National

with a ocrthbound freight. The collision tenderness and love of this nation. Our call an ambulance to remove her to twenty per cent from the number that during the season, will keep him 'I Pencil Factory, confessed, according -

occurred on the Illinois Central ceremonies today are for the dead.j her home.iDUCHESS. paraded a year ago, and wearing their busy. to the detectives, that he saw
After
Line.It. Here they are encamped. These white 1!i faded blue uniforms, drew loud cheers j I,I the royal audience, Ambassador Mary Phagan's body after she was
1i Page called Paul I
is reported here that the engineerand stones are their tents. i OF ORLEANS WANTS from the huge crowd that lined the I I 1 I the on Cambon, I murdered.

fireman of the passenger train "They were only men, but their ; DIVORCE streets today to view them in their i French Ambassador and dean of According to the detectives, Con-

and the baggage master, Thomas simple heroism and brave deeds touch- !i annual parade.In (: the diplomatic corps. Within the next 'I''I'I ley lays the murder at the door of

Dickerson, of Nashville ed with their I' I few days he will pay his respects to.,.I Superintendent Leo M. Frank but has
were injured. glory names and graves,! Brussels, May :)0.-The Duchess of addition to the veterans there I the other Ambassadors. ,

A telephone message says some so that to us and to our children, and ( Orleans, it is announced here, intendsI were detachments of United States ''admitted: his own complicity.

passengers sustained minor injuries, : to our children's children from generation -i I I tomorrow to start a suit for separation troops, sailors and marines, national II I VASSAR Conley explains, according to thei

bruises or cuts from flying glass, and to generation, the place of alimony and the restitution of guardsmen, Spanish War veterans, LIFTS TANGO BAN i i detectives, that he refused to tell the

such were carried to Fulton, Ky. It their resting will be holy and rouse ':large sums which it is affirmed she associate societies of the posts of therand i I while story before because he thought

is said the; assenger crew saw the oncoming crated ground. We have met to place | has advanced against her husband Army and Boy Scouts. Gover- Poughkeepj, N. Y., May 30.- II I that Mr. Frank was wealthy enough
Great
is the
freight and stopped their flowers on their graves. They will' Prince Louis Phillippe, Duke of nor Sulzer and other State, National joy at Vassar. The ban I to get him out of the scrape.At .

train. Tfa freight, on a down grade,I'I fade, their essence will fail, but the I I leans, the French pretender. : and Civic dignitaries reviewed the parade has been lifted on the turkey trot and 5:50 o'clock Conley was still being -

could not stop. Eighteen freight cars memory of the dead will ever live t The Duchess of Orleans before her: which while distinctly a Memorial the tango, and at the senior "Prom-p I sweated by the detectives. Only

were ditched. :I and blossom freehand fragrant in our I marriage was Archduchess Marie Do- Day one, took part in the dedication I today the young women may dancethe I a few words had been given to the
heretofore
The wreck was cleared by ten hearts. May that memory teach us ; rothea of Austria. She was married ceremonies of the National Maine forbidden steps to theirhearts' I reporters at that time. The detectives

o'clock. : to love our country and its flag. I! to the Duke in 1896. Meorial Monument.A I o t.The I college .dances. I I were reported as sa'ingthat Conley

"Another year we will repeat our I i I chorus of boys from DeWitt Clin- I nave nut oeen iargeqauenuea by I admitted having seen Frank with the

DESPITE HOLIDAY, SENATE ';labor of love, but ,we must then remember ton High School sang at the Solidier'sand men this season because of the ban I, girl's body. The detectives refused to
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG on the new dances, and the girls ]let I
BUSY to increase the num-I j Sailors' Monument in Riverside ; say whether or not Conley admitted

:Iber of our wreaths for death is LEAGUES Drive immediately after the parade. it be known that they were through I having assisted Frank in carrying the

Washington, May 30.-Both houses ; ever thinning our ranks. Within a I I! The evening exercises, literary and I with the old ones. : giI rl's body to the basement or whetherhe
Special to the Sentinel
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of Congresswere in adjournment today i i few years were the roll of all those mu-ical, are to be held at CarnegieHall 1 carried the body there by himself.
National
but'it is no holiday for the mem I vast hosts to be called on earth, not I' St. Louis, 3 Cincinnati(Morning.)5. !, where Thomas W. Churchill, GIBSON JURY UNABLE TO AGREE I I Chief of Police Beavers would not

bers of the Senate Finance subcommittees one would answer, "Here." We do f j i ; I i President of the Board of Education, ON A VERDICT deny the seemingly authoritive report -
Pittsburg, 2; Chicago 1.New .
burial in tariff testimony and I not know, but we may hope that somewhere will preside. I II that Conley had admitted to the
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briefs, endeavoring to revise the Un- i within the circle of God's love Boston York, 1 8; Philadelphia, 6. I Newburgh, N. Y', May 30.-The |!I|. detectives that he attempted to dispose -
; Brooklyn 2. I
derwood schedules for the consideration they may be gathered, not a comrade BRICK HITS NEGRO'S HEAD I jury in the case of Burton W. Gibson I of the body of Mary Phagan.

of the entire committee next" missing, and enjoy to the full are- American (Morning.) : after deliberating for nearly I j I The detectives declared that Conley
Chicago, 2; Detroit, 3.
week. '1 union in some blissful region where I Washington, May 30.-William twenty-five hours, was discharged late steadfastly had denied that he saw
Philadelphia, 3; New York 2.
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Senators Stone, Johnson and Williams !I peace and love and happiness abide Washington, 6 Boston, 3. t Moore, a negro, was annoyed by a yesterday afternoon, unable to agree i the actual crime committed.

chairmenof the three subcommittees :'eternally., Cleveland-St. Louis; rain. slight headache today when physici- as to the guilt on a charge of mur-I i I Little if any credence is placed by

and Senator Simmons, the Lincoln's address at Gettysburg, delivered National i;''ans I expected he would have been oc. dering Mrs. Rosa Menschik i the city detectives in the theory of the

committee chairman, had hoped td I l just fifty years ago was impressively -! Boston, 5; Brooklyn(Afternoon.6. ) I copying I space in the morgue. He a previous trial the jury was unableto I i I officials and employes of the National

have the schedules ready by Monday,, :, read by Veteran Wm. L| Pittsburg-Chicago, rain., !j I: stopped a brick yesterday after it had agree. I Pencil Factory that Mary Phagan was

but that has bten found to be im Coryell. I New York 5 i'fallen: ten stories and was traveling Ii killed by James Conley, the negro
; Philadelphia, 1. '!
possible. Work must be rushed if 1' The exercises were concluded with j St. Louis, 6; Cincinnati, 4. I with; the velocity of a cannon ball. BULGARIANS ATTACK GREEKS j i sweeper, and that his motive was rob-
the bill is to be ready for the : benediction by the When bery.
entire a Chaplain. i iI American (Afternoon.) :,: it hit Moore on the top of his I f i .
committee on June 9. ii head, it broke London I
into bits.
i i i I Washington, 0; Boston, 1. Moore sat May 30.-Bulgarian artillery -
1 i UNVEILING OF MAINE MONUMENT 'i I Cleveland, 5; St. Louis, 4. 'down j i!!i suddenly and apparently was a at Prava opened fire on the Greek I t HOME RULE BILL PASSED

MOTORCYCLE RACES BEGIN 1 I Philadelphia, 7; New York, 5. 'subject of the coroner. i positions in the direction of Eleuthera i; Special to the Sentinel

New York, May 30.While bands :;, Chicago, 9; Detroit, 1. i' Workmen on the building from I, last night, according to Exchange : London, Eng., May 30.-The House

Brighton Beach, N. Y., May 30.-i played the Star Spangled Banner the I!i Southern which the brick dropped sent for a Telegraph Company's representativein j i Committees today passed the Scottish -

Fifty nights of high .class cycle racingat 'huge flags, which draped the NationalMaine ;I Memphis, 5; Chattanooga, 4, first i!' physician. When the doctor arrived I Athens. ,I I Home Rule Bill which differs a

the Brighton Beach Stadium Mo Monument fluttered to the ,, game. Memphis, Chattanooga, 4 Moore sat up. I; The Bulgarian commander refused ;; l little from the provisions of the Irish
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tordrome form the program which I ground this afternoon and the great.' second game.Nashville "What d'ye want to do that for" to enter into negotiations with the I. bill. The bill provides for the establishment -

will be inaugurated tonight. The shaft shone forth as a memorial to 7; Mobile, 2, first he demanded angrily of a workmanwho Greek commander for the purpose of(I of single Chamber Parliament

schedule includes every sort of event the brave men who lost their lives in;Nashville: 1; Mobile, 6, second game.game. was bending over to catch the stopping the firing. Details of the j I I on Scotland and subordinate

from special match rates, handicaps,I the disaster which was one of the New Orleans, 3; Birmingham supposedly dying man's last words. engagement have not yet been receiv- lof Imperial Parliament.
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sweepstakes Championships for individuals i- causes of the war with Spain. The i:
:,first game. New Orleans 6; Birmnig.', Examination of Moore today revealed ed. II This executive power shall continue
and Warns to intersectionalraces United States was not alone in honoring ham, 12, second game. no serious injury. Owing to this aggression by the I to be vested in the crown and power

between the premier motorcycleriders her dead heroes, for a detach I Atlanta, 13; Montgoeryf 2. I I Bulgarians, a portion of the Greek for levying all taxes excesses and cus-

of the East and West ment of Cuban soldiers, sailors from 1 South Atlantic NO SESSION IN ROOSEVELT CASE fleet has been to Eleuthera. toms. This will be conferred on the
1 the warship Cuba, and a commissionformed
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; Savannah, 7; Jacksonville, 0. !j I I proposed parliament.
MURDER JURY FAILS TO AGREE of members of the Cuban Senate
( 1 Albany, 4; Charleston, 3. i I j Marquette, Mich., May 30*--Thij TWENTY HURT IN STREET CAR l

participated in the ceremonies. :' Macon, 4; Columbus, 2. 'being Memorial Day, there was no CRASH TO HANG MINISTER
Nashville, Tenn. The The sailros and marines from the
30. jury !
May I :i Carolina [ session of the court in which Col. Akren, Ohio, May 30.-Twenty per Fort Smith, Ark., May 30.-Unles*
trying the caae.0f Mrs. Leola Jones thirteen battleships of the North At '
.Ashville, 6; Winston-Salem, 4. Roosevelt is suing George A. Newett sons were injured, some very seriously his sentence is commuted at the last
charged with the !lantic Fleet in the Hudson
murder last of lying River
year I Raleigh, 9; Durham, 4. i for libeL The former President had in a street car collision on the minute, which is thought unlikely,
Mrs. Alva Can widow of the of and the sailors and soldiers from the
son Charlotte, 6; Greensboro, 1. I,; no set program for the day, except Akron, Bedford and Cleveland Lines Rev. Marion Capps, recently convicted
former Chaplain General R. Lin Cuban Warship Cuba, landed at
Cave noon
the negative one that he would not near Akron today.WEATHER. of the charge of burning two of his
of the United Confederate Veterans, today and assembled in Forty-1 fth I I I make
a public appearance. children to death in an oilsoakedbed
failed to agree-asd.was discharged to street near Fifth avenue in preparation l Insurance, real estate, loans and
I i REPORT dies today by hanging in tht
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Says dertaken The: latest by the advertising SL Petersburg project boardof un- Gifts to Please g 0 g insI !

trade is to put a man on the road t
with a motion picture machine and Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
about 4,000 feet of film and 100 slides May be safely purchased from "" Shoes for men, ladies, muses and children, in all styles I
depicting scenes and life in Florida and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
and particularly in the Sunshine City f f t body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
.F. C. Walters will leave for Scranton,: us where everything u Ladies' Shirtwaists from -ISc up.
Pa.,tonight and after a few days'visit i i Ladies' Dresses, in all stIes and colors, French
with relatives and friends will go onto '! Gingham, from 9Sc up.
New York to make ready for the I! is guaranteed. : i/-h Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
trip. }' from 25c up.Ladies' .
Mr. Walters will secure a fine motion -i i|[ i 4 Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
picture machine in New York as: styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
part of his equipment. He will also: Dry Goods at a special reduction. .
take with him the pictures of the! ,.' Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
Washington birthday celebration in:i Allen & Co. ':' P'i.. Ladies' and Children's Read-to-Wear and Trimmed
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St. Hats from 23c
Petersburg. In New York a reel; up.
of 'The Rubes in Florida" which has:' .Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
been made especially for Mr. Waters,: Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. .
Will be delivered to him. He will select -! JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up. Jl
another reel to make out his 4- : Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. _
000'feet of pictures.A Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles r
member of the board of trade will ; and colors, from 50c up. a r
join him in New York from which Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up. .
place they will leave about June 20.' Men's and Bojs' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up.
The pictures will be shown in hundreds -j Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. ;'t.
of the northern cities and towns Notwithstanding our exceptional prices, in addition Y
i we give premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
this summer. Churches, clubs and!] away
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other organizations trades with us. "
wishing to make:
money for various purposes, will bd: We want your trade and we assure you that we will ,
given an opportunity to secure these, Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-
pictures attraction antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and]
as an on a percent.!
age basis, Mr. Walters and his convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
partner -
service always.lllilMMIIimtlllllllliilimMIMMIiiilillilll Agent for the Snow Shoe.
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your If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
retaining enough to pay expenses.' Ii/

these Upon same returning pictures to will St.be Petersburg shown in,I) H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando \

the city hall, this show to be free to I
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has been done and what kind of M;
a representation and impression has
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Walters said this morning that he ex-' I
pected that the tour would embody a
trip of approximately 10,000 miles.' LISTEN.! THE OAKlAND
Mr. Walters had intended remaining;! WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

in St. Petersburg through the summer,I.; 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now ,.
but pressure of business matters has Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
made his return north imperative, and Delaney Drug Co. Theater and MagrudePs Livery Stable. THE CAR
le has consented to do this work for, .
the city. We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
r; ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
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I Wetherill Pike and Landstreet did the \VISII TO AVOID HARD TIMES ; If you miss your paper, don't get 1

!I most of the hitting for the students.The The trouble-when there is trouble'' mad, as it it next to impossible for' For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
Tuesday evening of Commencement game was witnessed by a good -isn't with business conditions, but our carrier boys not to miss someone <
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Week is has always been taken by,'crowd, who derived much amusementfrom with the man in business. He isn't once in a while. Just call 24 over''!
the exercises of the Senior Class of'I the unexpected turns of the keeping alert. He doesn't study the the 'phone, give your street address'and ''
the Academy. This year the class: public taste. lie takes it for granted
game. name. We will be glad to sent'
Lime
will sell at 90c
decided to give a play, and selected i i| The teams lined up as follows: that because a certain type was popular -j you a paper. I
the popular farce What Happened to and Prof. when he II
j i Faculty-Prof. Pope : twenty years ago began I 1 _
Jones. The gymnasium was completely -I j I i Palmer, pitchers; Prof. Berkeley business, it must be popular today.So |I per barrel delivered, I
filled by one of the largest,Blackman, catcher; Profs. Palmer and he fails to adapt himself to the t..I.IIIIIIIII..III.1 i
audiences of the week, and everybody -I,Pope, firstIr.. McCardell, second; changing requirements of the day, ii I five barrel lots. <
went home with aching sides'|I i Rev. W. L. Barze, short; Dean En- and he finally goes to the wall. 1 I
and merry hearts The roaring yart, third; Mr. Bucher, left field; The situation isn't confined to any 1I I
comedy of the play was irresistible,:Rose, centerfield; President Black particular line of business. It develops THE ONE CIGAR THAT \ .
and the young people who essayedthe .man right field. in every line of business. A man Florida Metal Co.
various roles surprised even their: Students-Pike and Inman, pitchers who was highly prosperous a decadeor
intimate friends by their admirable ; Wetherill, catcher; Inman and two ago sees his business slipping EVERYBODY LIKES
acting. Pike, first; Bryant, second; Kilngler,I from him, and complains about 'hard I McNEIL-DAYIS BUILDING 1
The central character of Jones, the short; Landstreet, third; Marvin, leftfield I times'. But his live competitor does- -
travelling salesman of sporty ten-, ; Betts, centerfield, Ward, right n't find times hard. ?M Phone 41. I I fS i iI :
rencies, was played by Fayette Froe- field. In whatever line of atcivity a man IAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS I .
mke to perfection. His work alone I On Wednesday evening, the Com- may be, if he begins to find business
would have made the play funny. mencement Concert of the Faculty of poor he had better examine himself --- - ---
Miss Helen Drew as Helma and Miss i the Schools of Expression and Music to learn where the trouble is. Ten to IMMMMfj
Lucy Lee Clark as Miss Alvina, the took place, and gave gratifying as-"one the fault is with him, not with
sentimental old maid sister of Mrs.I.surance to the friends and officers of business conditions. What he needsis Get the best cigar at five ,
Goodly, wrung tears of mirth from,the college that the members of the I to get out of the rut. Other men cents, the next time you j Keep Cool |
their hearers. Elmer Harris as the,I_faculty___H" _in__ charge of these important. are making money.. He has just- as want to smoke-judge for ;
professor, and Ralph Jacobson as the(departments are highly qualified and good a chance as they if he will use yourself. a
real Bishop, were also very good. InI'talented in their various lines. It his head-Augusta Herald.Dr. .
fact, each and all of the actors contributed would be difficult to find a school of
his lair share to the total the size of Rollins
anywhere near
Bennett's office phone is No.227,
of the play, and together they made,,.where the program of this concert Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. ; Made in Orlando and sold Fireless CookersAND
of it one of the best things ever put:,;could be duplicated with such artistic 5152w. > by all dealers.
on the stage at Rollins of its kind. !! ability and perfection of finish. -
Once more Miss Deadrick's direct- The members of the faculty have aI-I
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,tofore in public appearances, on;
comparatively a short time, but they;this occasion they all outdid the selv-I ELECTRIC FANSTO
attained to a perfection of detail remarkable -|es, and made a remarkable .
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under the circumstances,; Prof. Pope, who has been with the I i I NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN I
and indicative of much hard work and college I four years will return again.' KEEP COOL WITH
efficient training.The I Mr. Pope is a strong man and the
annual baseball game between,college is fortunate in holding him.
the faculty and the students of the! Miss Mabel Daniels will also return I Goods and KimonosGOWNS
TOASTERS[
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morning, and resulted in a victory music, which is very satisfactory to
for the students by the close j the faculty and students.
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score of 13 to 11. Prof. Pope, who .
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started pitching for the faculty, took THE NUMBER ,
about three innings to get under I You call whenever
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during which time the students piledup I I an automobile is 360, C. W. Willsey. 2000 yards Val Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 ePERCE :
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nine runs; after this he struck his j I I 5-29 tf TOB

stride and showed that in his 'colloge I'I cents per yard at
days he could serve them up with the GROVE FOR SALE
.best Prof. Palmer relieved him at $1,600 cash needed-21-3 acres,, 150 HAND BUILDING :
the beginning of the fifth, and held trees-orange, grapefruit and lemonsin I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
the students down to a brace of runs bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken I II +411 iMiiMllimiHIIilIMMSEASONABLE
through three innings. Pike started from it last winter. 5 miles Southeast -
well for the students, but in the third I of Orlando at Conway. 5 room house, STORE
inning the members of the faulty 3 churches, school and store right at SEEDSCOW
team hit him hard and consecutively, door. No commission-deal direct Iron and
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and mixed hits with 'number-of errors with owner. Will trade for city prop- :124 South Orange Avenue '3-00. Splendid Mixed 2.50. California Blackeye $3.75Spanish Peanuts f 2.00.
for eight runs. The hitting star erty. Address, R. J. PIATT, Chufas f4.oo. German Millet and Sorghum $2.50. Velvet Beans f 2.00. Pecks
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
of the game was President Blackman, R. F. D., No.1, Orlando, Fla. sold at bushel rates.
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The Daily STATE LEGISLATURE WITHOUT L. A. SPENCER ON TilE SEMINOLE I-

South Florida Sentinel FRIENDS INDIANSThe
Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
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MORNING AND WEEKLY The conduct of the present state Department of the Interior,

------- has been such to call JUNE WEDDINGWhile
----- legislature as Washington, D. C.
Entered at the post office at Orlando, :
JTcrida u Second Class Mail Matter. down upon itself the criticism of every Sir: I have the honor to submit

newspaper of any importance in the the following partial report of con-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : state. The legislature is not only un- ditions existing among the Seminole

progressive but bull headed, settingup Indians in Florida: "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month,of June

THE DAILY SENTINEL the personal wishes of the membersof DescriptionI seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
One year .. .................. ,$5.00 .
that body against the wishes and believe that less is known of the weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
Six Months .. .... ... ......... 2.50
judgment of the people of the state. Seminole Indians in Florida today for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
:Three Months ... ... .... ... .... 1.25
i With the majority of the membersof than of almost any other tribe of ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

By news carrier in Orlando, 60 tents per this legislature the wishes of the people. It is rather startling whenwe your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

toonth. Daily and Sunday. people amounted to nothing when stop to think that within 200 milesof We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be founden those wishes are contrary to ,their a city of at least 40,000 populationthere stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver

ale in Orlando at Curita &; O'Neal'i Bookstore own personal inclinations. is a people, savage or at least smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

----- ---- ----- There were many important meas- semi-barbarous, speaking a distinct country.The.
We will appreciate prompt complaint if4Iivery ures in which the public were greatly language and utterly 'different in stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
is not properly made by our carriers
-- -- -- -- --- interested some of which the people manner, dress, and customs from any tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully .

Adevrtuinff rates will be famished on application. were almost unanimous for. But the other people in the world and whose inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel

------.--- bosses were not for these and as a history is almost unknown. The Sem- ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up-

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL consequence they were ruthlessly inole is distinct in type from to-date merchandise.
Tot year, by mail, pottage paid ........$1.00 any
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. brushed aside by the job serving leg- I j other Indian. Usually he is a magnificent -

Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building islature. j I specimen of manhood, hand- REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT

Phone 24 Good roads was one of these subjects I some to look upon, but very uncom-

-- -- -- - and yet the legislature did municative because he hates the If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor for that no-I
thing important subject. white man with a bitterness that time
pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor Jacksonville Metropolis on this seems to have intensified. Throughthe mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -

ject says: generations they have steadily can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
SATURDAY, MAY 30TH, 1913. The State Highway Commission bill
refused to adopt customs
our or Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
has been slaughtered and its remains
speak our tongue except in cases
Don't trust to luck advertise in the flung out on the sandy roadways of where it is absolutely necessary. In

Sentinel.No the State to be gazed on by every appearance they are very striking, a

o passing eye. Many a Brutus thrust I clear, reddish-brown skin, perfectly

home in Orlando is complete was given as they cried, "Hail Caesar formed limbs, jet black hair, a pierc-

:without the daily visits of the Sen- !" ing eye of an eagle, aquiline nose, and

tinel. Cried for by the coming generationsof prominent cheek bones They stand 1

o the State, urged by the wisest very erect and when speaking look the Jeweler :

The open season for the idiot who heads of the present day all over I you squarely in the eye impressing ,

locks the boat will soon be in our Florida, endorsed by the Boards of I. you with the fact that their every

midst. Trade of almost every city in the statement is truth and they expect

o State, and drafted by the State Good your answers to be the same. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

"Do not hire pretty teachers," ad- Roads Association, a body of progres- To reach heir camps vast tracts of I
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
vises an authority who never was a sive, patriotic citizens, after which it uninhabited wild must be traversed,

Joy himself.A was approved by every intelligent man many times only to find the camp deserted .
who knew of the bill, the so-called
o for, while these Indians have I

Pennsylvania undertaker tendered wiseacres of Tallahassee set their I regular settlements, the entire camp : -- .
a banquet to the doctors of the judgment up against all the rest and frequently assembles at some distant I ----

town. There's nothing like gettinga killed it | point where game is abundant, and a

"stand in." By their action they have crippled "big hunt" will occupy several weeks.

o : progress and improvement in the I Social Relations T

The police of Pittsburg are arrest- State for at least two years. I Their home life is always happy andno SILK STOCKINGS

ing the mashers of that city. Orlando friction is ever seen among the iJl

has a few "specimens" who ought to FLORIDA'S NIGHT SONG different members of the family; each

be given the same treatment. member, even the small children, having

o clearly defined duties, which they
No spot within the realms of the
Georgia potato growers complainthat never shirk. Their genealogy is always -
United States presents such a charm-
there is poor market for their i traced through the female line, A
ing night song as tropical Florida.
early potatoes which are now ready { and when a brave marries into a clanI For
Day ,
Immediately upon the sinking of the
for shipment. I he always goes to his wife's clan and f
sun behind the western hills, dark-
o remains a member of her tribe. Their
ness draws her sable curtain and a I
Over in Europe they show as much { names are rythmic and beautiful and and
cool refreshing breeze begins to play
excitement over a royal wedding as I are bestowed in a romantic manner
her pleasant part in the inspiring II
the people do in this country over a when the child is born, being the first I
night drama.
;World series of baseball games. I thing that impresses the mother. As Evening
Such a stillness previals that the I
Q : an example we have-
trebble voice of the cracker from
Sanford has learned that by the pro- frog j Asse o ho lar (Osceola), The Rising
the far side of the lake
comes across Wear _
cess of division a minus quantity is Sun.
the waters with the clearness of the
often obtained. This is the situation of Efauleharcho, The Little Owl.
military fife in a regimental drill. I I
Sanford now and the boasted twenty- Hatulcahatsee, The May Wind. 2
The sweet variations of the mock-I f ,
five miles of brick street are minus. White men have given them English -
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ing bird as she swings in her leafy
-- I nicknames which are ridiculous,
hammock greets the hour
The boy who goes about the streets ear every and while they answer to them they I
of the night and quickens thoughts of:
sucking a cigarette or squirting tobacco look upon them with disgust. The
long ago and days to come. While I Our Personal Guarantee
juice between his teeth will dress of the male consists of a blouse .
the meek night songster descants her
never see his name written in the list I I with a kilt skirt falling to the knees, I

pf the world's great men.o sleeping consoling world.lullabies to the.drowsy, limbs bare, sometimes wearing moc- Accompanies Every Pair

I casins of dressed skins, but usually
Thus through the live
long night
Sometimes we wish we could have a barefoot. This costume gives him a
out o'er an atmosphere burdened with I
Jprarship to help collect what people graceful and pleasing appearance. The
floral fragrance floats the music ofnature's I
owe us.-Wheeling Register. costume of the women is simple and
night choir. With the break Marion B. Ives
We wish we had an airship that we consists of but two garments, one a
I of day there comes the gentle cooing I'
might fly above men who owe us accounts short jumper with sleeves, the othera
I of the morning dove as she sweetly -
that are stale with age. skirt reaching to the ankles whichis
greets her little one while major
o fastened low at the waist with a
dove drums the morning tatto and
Those members of the state legisla- drawstring, leaving quite a space be-
Bob White calls for wifee EXCLUSIVE
loudly to MILLINERY
ture who suspicion that bribery has tween the two garments which is en- PARLORS
arise and the
greet new born day. :
been practiced during this session tirely naked. The hair is drawn up
Such is night in Florida and those
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Should bear in mind that by follow- on top of the head in a knot with

Ing quietly and slowly after suspicion who have been permitted to enjoy the 11 bangs in front. The wearing of beadsis Second FloorMAKES
of Florida
glory a night
appreciatesthe
jthe reality is sure to be located.o extraordinary and excessive. One
bounty of God in providing rest
and comfort for his children. string weighed nearly 30 pounds and .
We are especially capacitated to do measured 80 _Yards. The neck n___ and___
No where does learn to
man keep
book, magazine and newspaper print- shoulders become somewhat deformed
time to the music of nature and note BRIBERY ACCUSATIONOur I -
Ing. Our and other machinery
presses from wearing them.Continued .
the retards and "fTs" in the -F
as trop- legislators are in a fight I
is the same as that used in the ( Tomorrow.)

largest printing offices in the country, ics.At among themselves and are makingsome
Our workmen are experienced and our no time and in no place is God's ugly charges. If the people will .AUTOMOBILE i
love made certain and FOR SALE-A good boarding house,
so so reasuringas stand back and holler "sick'um"a
prices are reasonable. Phone 24, centrally located. Call 105 West just
Sentinel. at night in the tropics. Pine street 313t. while, may be they will unearth

o some of the things that have been

The United States Supreme Court Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for thatMIIMIMIillliHilMliilMMIiiiiiMIMHiiMMt Sentinel suspicioned. BULLETIN
in of facts which
'We are possession
bas decided that the owners of a pat
ent cannot fix the price at which prove our contention that money was
the bill in the house"
used in defeating
retailers must sell articles manufac-
i said Senator S. J. Blitch, chairman of
tured under his patent. This decis- the senate temeperance committee, These are Bargains in Re-Built Care. Each one Is
ion reaches in a measure the high
cost of living as patentees have sought "and if we can only secure absolute guaranteed to be in first.class condition, is fully equipped .

to and have to a large degree fixed proof prosecutions will result"That and ready to run.
house is the richest and
prices of food products that are the DELICIOUS third
result of manufacture.A GEORGIA busiest in the law making body. Go

o after them Senator! 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition,

base ball game between mem- PEACHES $550.00

bers of the House and Senate at Tal- LUCERNE TODAY I

lahassee Saturday afternoon developed "Pedro's Revenge" (Majestic) A delightful

a skill in ball passing that bore a and interesting story portraying 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car complete
strong resemblance to a lot of the Received Fresh Every Day"THE vivid scenes of some of ,

"bill passing" that has been taking Florida's most Beautiful orange $500.00.

place up there. It would probably groves.

>not be out of place for the constitu- "Retribution" (Thanhouier) A story

ency to go into the local leagues next SANITARY GROCERY" of strong and powerful drama. A 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-

season and cast about for legislative moral teaching full of pathos. A
timber.-Pensacola Journal. 6 and 8 East Pine Street picture that you certainly will en- iliac $150.00

o joy.

Hereafter when a man tells you PHONE 200 "Tie Golden Horn" (Mutual) A fabled "

that he cannot sell you a certain article story by Mr. Richard Dodds, 1 Studebaker 30" 1912, run less than

for less than a certain price, be- This picture must be seen to be 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800.

cause the manufacturer thereof will appreciated.

jiot allow a cut rate, you may consign "Willie Prcfere's Liberty" (Mutual)

him to the Ananias club, for no CARUTHERS & GORE 1 A comedy child study, one full of .

less an authority that the supreme > mirth, many amusing incidents
I San Juan
court of the United States has declared Ij through ont the picture. GarageI

that the patentee cannot control Perfect Projected Pictures, Please

the re-sell prices of his patented artide. I Particular People. That's why the

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wearer and restfullness to the eyes. Look at our Embroideries, and convince yourself that our lower. than elsewhere.

Everything pertaining to Women's wearing apparel is with stock is as complete and comprehensive as any Metropolitan Look at our wash goods, with its range upon range of new

us here, and those that have a distinctive individuality a shade Store, and at prices much lower than most of the Ietropolidesigns and colorings, that are equalled by but few stores in

above the ordinary are most in evidence in our stock. tan Stores. the state, and are beaten by none. Prices from lOc to $1.00

Look at our New Linguerie Robes and Dresses, from $3.50 Look at our Laces. The best factories in Continental per yard.to .


$10.50. Europe are represented in our assortments. Prices from 5c Look at our shoes. They are the kind that give comfort,

Look at our Children's Dresses, with all the new Swiss em- to $2.00 a yard. wear, and style to the owner. Let us show you, if you are

broidery effects, Prices from 65c to $6.00 Look at our ready to wear hats. The New White Effects from Missouri, and if not, then let us show you any way. It

Look at our Ready to Wear Skirts, in Pique, Serge, Pana- just in, and also the model hats that are priced to fit all won't cost you a cent to look. That is what we have clerks

ma, San Toy, Voiles, etc. Prices from $1.50 to $10.00. pockets. for, to show you.





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solmen thought will steal over you Pa., is a guest of the San Juan. i I I

WADE that you are one day older today, but Dr. J. C. Merritt leaves today on a Jesse Allen, who for four years

THE TUNER not one day wiser if you neglect your Mr. R. W. Dodd, of Lynchburg, "I Va., i[! northern trip going first to Chicago, has been one of Orlando's winter res-

ORLANDO. FLA. last opportunity at Yowell's.Any is in Orlando today a guest of the I i j II where he will spend several weeks in idents, left yesterday for his homein
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I man, black or white, red or I go to Walton Park Pa., where he will him about two weeks ago. Mr. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Henry Carmony and wife of Detroit I: yellow, who will go into Brown & your program for today include!,join Mrs. Merritt and spend the summer Allen is very fond of Orlando and is L. Murray

Michigan, are spending a few days in ; Lartigue's and look around will be chicken pillau and ice cream at the returning to Orlando early in loathe to leave even during the sum- Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541
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the city. { convinced that there is no longer any Orland Hotel this evening. I the fall. mer months, as he enjoys the cool,

i' excuse for going poorly dressed. I I The Merritt's have a beautiful pleasant nights here, but he has a
I Miss Agnes Person has returned I country home near the Beeman Mansion large business in Tennessee and the THE GRAND TONIGHT
Cathedral I
Miss M. M. Rust, of the .I
L School, left yesterday for her homein I' The Junior Civic League will not home after a delightful visit to rela- north east of this city. only daughter lives there, consequently -
'hold their candy and flower sale this tives and friends in Gainesville and both Mr. and Mrs. Allen feel an "The Pursuit of Smugglers" one of

Washington. i week, but will be in the market again Ocala. OFF TO TALLAHASSEEDr. interest in the old home notwithstanding Kalem's specialties at the Grand tonight .

law- I next week. These little candy merchants their fondness for Orlando. Mr. will be a production of real
Writ, Duhurst, a prominent
of St. Augustine was in the city i' have won a place with the peo- Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Ireland, prominent I P. Phillips, E. F. Sperry, L. W. Allen and his son-in-law own a lime I worth. The pictures are supposed to

yer yesterday on business. ':pIe. I Tampa people, are spending today :I Tilden, of Oakland and W. L. Storyof kiln in Burns that turns out 800 bar- I have been taken from actual scenes
I in Orlando guests of the San Winter Garden left Orlando yesterday rels of lime per day. The soninlawis I in and about New York. Pictures that

The Junior Civic League is prepar- 1 :Mr.V.. P. Johnson, better known as Juan. i I for Tallahassee where they go in charge of the business, as Mr. !I have real body to them, true to life
Carnival in : Pete, who has been attending the I[! to protest against House bill number I and :Mrs. Allen spend most of the] and of clean selection are both edu-
ing to hold a Rose early I
June. Watch for announcements.Mr. 'Drexel Institute of Civil Engineering Mr. A. E. Lang, superintendent of' 370, which proposes to change the year in Florida. They will return cational and entertaining. Those

: at Philadelphia, is home for the the Western Union Telegraph Com- :''I date of the open season for oranges. again in October I II sickly sentimental pictures that appeal

J. E. Turner, left yesterdayfor I 1 summer vacation with his parents, pany, with headquarters in Jackson- These gentlemen are expert growers' I I only to the foolish and irreverent -

Atlanta, Ga., where he will join Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. ville, is spending today in Orlando. and will be able to talk first hand to WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO,I side of life are a positive detriment .
i I i I the law makers. ; HIGH to society and ought to be
SCHOOL BOY ? con-
few week'sstay.
his wife and family for a i I I I
If the young white lady who called Don't forget to go to the Orland I demned by all good people. The pictures

I lat the Sentinel office a few weeks ago Hotel this evening and get some of that ;I ENJOYED THE TREAT I Every high school boy should make I at the Grand tonight will be
search of home in chicken and ice cake The night force engaged in making i exceptionally good.
and i in a a good familyI pillau cream and himself useful
daughter
Mrs. L. A. Spencer during vacation. Find i
will leave today at one o'clock for Detroit -I will call at the Sentinel office now, that the ladies of the Methodist,. the Daily Morning Sentinel greatly ]I something useful to do. If you can 1

where they will spend the sum-I' she will be put in communication with church are going to serve. I i iI I i:I enjoyed a bountiful supply of deli- find no other employment enter NEW COLORED PHYSICIAN

mer. 'lone of the first families of the city. I i cious ice cream sent around to the office -I ture's great university and na-I, -
Mr. S. Preston Carpenter v.illleave 'I last night by that prince of good birds and bees i

Bishop Gray went over to the East Mr. James Magruder, secretary of i today for his home in Salem, N. C. !: fellows, Dr. James DeLaney.For I j squirrels and gophers, bugs; even and the beetles fam-j I a Dr.graduate J. H. Thompson from the, Boston colored, college who is,

Coast last night. Tomorrow morninghe the Polo Club is energetically engaged Mrs. Carpenter will not go north for i ily dog will be a book of to of physicians and
I and
Sale I I surgeons, who
will preach at Courtenay and in 1 in putting the club on good some time, preferring to remain a you if you will just observe him : comes highly
I 1 recommended both
'!
the evening at Titusville. : footing for next winter. Orlando I|while longer at their pretty home on Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. ly and follow his movements. close-I physician and as
a
i I .Would consider real estate in trade''II surgeon has locatedin
Lake street.Remember .
South
Polo players are anxious to make a i Plant life will furnish a book Orlando for the
,
practice of his
Hon. J. L. Drennen, who has been: record next winter and hence begin I; for same. Address Automobile, Care lustrations rich in truths that parallel I fession. pro-

of his father Dr. Charles early to I thine Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf\;, human experiences. The
the guest prepare. now appearance grape 1 I At present he is making his home
Drennen for the past week returned'! I in the days of thy leisure, before the vine alone has a summer's study in I with Rev. Hill on Lime street. The

to his home in Birmingham yesterday.1 j i There seems to be a difference of I hot days come when thou shalt say I I Methodist The Junior church Civic: lecture League met room in the it, and a thousand useful lessons may colored people will find Dr. Thompson
I I I I1 have no pleasure in them. Go thou yesterday : be gathered from it. I all right AMORE
to what constitutes scale
II:opinion as for the transaction of business
'I The who
I boy
straightway to Boardman's and i gathers from nature'sgreat
Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Salsbury, who testing: and what is a violation of i' and to lay plans for their future work. I
I store house
will
clothe thyself in the garments that find life full
have a grove at Ocoee, left yesterdayfor I\the ordinance. Mr. T. J. Shepard, the There were twenty-seven present and ABOUT THE ACME TOUCH
;of
meaning that will ,
become and impart richness
( thy person present thy
their home in Kansas City, Mo.'grocer his scale was condemned
says all so enthusiastic in their work that ; to his life.ELECTRIC. -
self and spotless before thy i own
They enjoyed the winter in Florida I because it gave seventeen ounces for pure. when it was proposed to discontinuethe I Ii i This is a new readjustment of my

and will return. I a pound which he thinks no violationof I neighbors.Oak weekly meetings during the summer Ii i I TREATMENTS own for the action of upright pianos,

the ordinance. the little enthusiasts voted unan- I which in results is most gratifyingto

Mrs. H. R. Smith, of Orlando, spent i Hill subdivision to Orlando is imously against the proposition to I All Kinds the performers. The extent of the

Commencement week here, guest ofMrs. Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Miss"Atkinson I II making a rapid stride in improvementand discontinue. So the good work will the month ,of$1.00 June.per Treatment for improvement in touch is really surprising -
I Dr.
Bennett
W. C. Watts. Her son, Frank, Miss Elizabeth Smith, Miss a Sunday school of thirty or go on. Phone 227. and approximates, the actionof

was one of the college graduates this Hilda Morris and Miss Vivian Beers forty scholars has been organizedand a!I L-Pageo-26-lm .the most _expensive_ Grand piano,
week.Volusia County Record. left yesterday for Jacksonville, where the ladies have a sewing circle. I and really u affords a wider of
scope
A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to I RACING AT BELMONT
they will take the M. & M. T. Steam- The residents of that progressive partof dynamics. With the ACME TOUCHyou
Orlando want to be of the I the Sea In Ships Belmont Park, L. I., May 30.-
Mr. N. H. Fogg, the busy man of ship, "Merrimac" for Baltimore. Mr. a part can play louder and play softer
Altamonte Springs was in Orlando and Mrs. Cobb expect to spend the Sentinel and will furnish news items' The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy Bright weather greeted the thousandswho and play easier and play better than

yesterday transacting business. Although summer in Mt. Gretna, Pa., and they of doings out there. that is guaranteed to cure Sea gathered here today to celebratethe with the original factory adjustment
If contemplate a sea revival of
Mr. Fogg will celebrate his .with Miss Atkinson, will return to r Sickness. you thoroughbred racing in Try it and see. Price of tuning i*
seventy-fith birthday in two weeks he I the Cathedral School in September. I It's contagious, everybody is taking trip, be sure and take with you a bottle If- I I New York State after a lapse of thir- five dollars. For the summer only
of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. ty-three months.
Today's
events
is yet as active as the average man i I it, The Daily Sentinel. Only were the ACME TOUCH included without
it does not cure money refunded tfMI.MJ.UAMJA under the auspices of the Westchester
in his fifties. I Subscribe for the Sentinel. |costs ten cents a week. extra charge.
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; FOR RENT BUSINESS BOOSTERS bona fide fruit or produce growers or who 1 1'j- -- --:

CONCENTRATION. I is, or are bona fide representatives of fruit.
CLASSIFIED or produce growers within the territory next rL
-at Business Boosters (classified adver- adjacent to the headquarters of this Assocfa- !
Do Only One a Time, but Do Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient tisements) received after 10 o'clock, tion may become a member ef this Associa- I F-
That One Thing Well. business also tion; but this Association will not at '
for people, ligh midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto receive into its membership members anytime ef _
The man who makes good is the house keeping. Delightful location Classify" column. any kindred Association whooe fruit or produce I i I '

man who can shut out of his mind all with without board. Terms Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately lands are located nearer to such other /-.A- .; g::.rLI

but one thing/ .\n unsuccessful prlodpal or very 30 words-one time, 25 kindred Association than they are to this f:. :_ -__ -
reasonable. Address "C" Sentinel Association without the consent of the Asso I L
care l -
of a school once said that every cents; three times 50 ; one week ciation next adjacent to where said holdingsare I ;( ;; ,. r :=--_.. S', .,, .
1 office. 5-22 tf (six daily and one weekly editions) located. '. ''f" ...... -
teacher ought to be able to do three :I 4 I _- ... 4. :
things at Of he wa $1.00; one month, $3.00. ARTICLE '::" ::' '.;; : .. "" .;
once. course .. ,r. -. . .
Nothing in these Articles shall be ...'. .': r..' ''iif1"x-- .
wrong. The teacher who does one YOU ARE THE MAX WE ARE con : : .. ti: r -- y -d .:_ -
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger strued as to interfere with the bona fide sale ; : J : ..
thing at a time and does it well is gir i AFTERIt touring car. Large and roomy. of real estate; the transfer of property, together '. dj ;.. f.. ;. ::.:......:
L ; \
Ing the pupil the beet [xx :;Ible object I 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY ing thereon with the at the fruit time or of other such produce sale; that grow-is'I _; A. .!'''4.'..Qo/.''''", .. Jt ??,...

lesson in concentration I to say; That if any person who has signed m :. W ;;.. itA" "
learn think is your business that we want. a lot in Thornton Park nice his name for particular for # ..;: 1 I; ]IJ, /-. .. (ft
We hare to to clearly a any year placing I ( ;. .... .., ; .. .:.
amid distracting ""j'i .... to so forwardon Ours is the service that you need i in suburb in east part of the city. Carl the the crops hands then of the growing on his or her land in "I g;: ,
Jensen. Association shall sell or $\
a straight and narrow way with your business. dispose of his land in good faith; then i\

cut diversions and excursions: that Now is the time to make your plansso and in that event the said seller : A Vacation HintBefore ;!u
OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis_ and purchaser are released, if they so I
waste our time and our substance and as to share in Orlando's prosperitygood ion to the Northeast of the eity and desire, from the obligations of having fruitor Illiiliiyj I H
to keep at work rt'tfdlt'Ss! of the"tired" I still have choice lots produce grown upon the land so sold, I you buy a railroad ticket
printing brings good business. some there. marketed or handled under the authority of I
!.
feeling/ the "sprim: feeling Carl Jensen. this Association. for this or that summer resort,

and whether the fishing Is /good or not We are only an arm's length from ARTICLE VII I I; come in and look at our MidSummer f

When the soft breeze comes in at the FOR RENT-Five room cottage with That the place where the principal business i Woolen line and let .
make
youReach of said Association is I us ;
to be transacted isGeneva
window we must stiffen! the moral for the Telephone.The all modern conveniences. Garage
County of Orange, State of Florida. I a cool Summer Outing Suit for !
fiber against its allurementVe ;past Sentinel, 107 Court Street, for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply And the annual meetings of the members of iI '

pin our attention firmly to the turgidand Phone 24. 515 East street. 5-15 tf this Association shall convene at said place I' you.We
on the first Tuesday in May. of each and. every make of
a specialty Nor-
dry geometry of a legal brief or yearat which time and place its Directors
the serried figures of the daybook or GROVES TAKEN CARE OF shall be elected and inducted into office. I'i a folks and will be pleased to .

the busy system of a mercantile establishment Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy ARTICLE VIII : show you a few of our latest

and let every other thought hauling, etc. Having been engaged! ciation That shall each and place every the packing member and of this Ast'O-l (I I models.Men's .

await its turn at the end of office all my life in caring for groves, I am of all citrus fruit and such other produce as II
boars. EVERYTHING prepared to please you. Satisfactionin may be handled by this Association and I

every line of work. L M. HALL grown or controlled by him her or them, Fashion
Shop
You may have heard a great lawyer into this Association, and that this Association -
608
Division
In action in a crowded courtroom. -IN- street, Orlando, Fla. shall charge for the packing and handling
5-141 mo. of such fruit and produce such reasonable Hand Building fI
What was the secret of his power? It compensation as the Board of Directors'of i(:

was that he would not let the Jury's FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- this Association shall fix and determine. Cor. Church and Orange OrlandoSave .
FEEDFOR Jut, any member of this Association shall ;i
attention or the witness' tongue wan dist Church. Whole or part. Withor have the right to withdraw his fruit and produce

der from the relevant facts. He kept without dwelling Address or wire. for any one year, from said Association, JIIIIIIIIIII 111111I'&f'! '! t liiIJ'Jjflllr' ;: -' Illr '-
the is E. N. Coy N. Y. without penalty, by giving in writing to said
Insistently to straight line that Irondequoit, 5-10-tf Association, notice within the ten days next
the shortest distance from point to Before the annual meeting of this Associa-

point He curtly dismissed all that GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up ion, that he desires so to withdraw his fruitor
other produce from the same; but in that
was superfluous, immaterial and cat eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and event, said members so giving said notice,

dilated to blur the salient outlines of LIVE STOCKLAUBACH Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. I ceases to be a member of said Association and HalfPlastering

the matter In controversy.-Philadelphia Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm all belonging rights and to said privileges member in said shall Association thereuponcease ,

Ledger. and determine. Provided, however, andit
FOUND-Pair of
nickle-plated plyers is hereby agreed and fully understood by Cost
Owner call at Sentinel Office. all persons joining this Association that any I
Wasted Medicine. member of the same withdrawing from this

'There is one loss sustained by druggists WANTED-Farm of about 100 acres Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce -,
____ through any other source than throughthis
that very few people know about," near Orlando. Give lull description Association or withholding the same
Get
Mid the experienced clerk. "That Is iJ The Grain Man. and price. Address "Farm" from this Association, and without giving the Better Walls and
notice, as hereinbefore provided, shall forfeitto
ID the prescriptions that have to be I Church Street Phone 18 Sentinel Office. 5-27-7t this Association as and for liquidated damages -
made over the same as clerks stenographers to this Association for such withdrawal, Ceilings With Bishopric
FOR RENT-Nine room house, closein the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus ,
writers and artists, no matter rent reasonable furnished un- fruit or other produce, produced by him during -
bow painstaking occasionally have to or the year of said withdrawal and so withdrawn Wall Board .
furnished Apply 10 Gould. 29-3t ,
by him. It is further hereby understood -
4o their work over. The most careful
and agreed that in case any member ofthis
drug clerk In existence is bound to IIIMMitlMIIIIMIMiHAutos Association who has withdrawn hisfruit Easy to Apply
O
make mistakes sometimes In measure or produce from this Assocation as D Any Building Job
above described, afterwards wishes to return Make building farther Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre,
ing and mixing Paul A Horn and rejoin this Association and exercise the time your money go board. Makes an enduring surface that
"He In too much of some rights of a member, that he may do so by, cave and get better results by usstays tmooth. Will not warp, shrink
may pour : and with the consent only, of a majority ofthe ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose' in any climate, WIn-
kind of liquid or sift in too much of a For Rent at Board of Directors of this Association ceilings. Costs SO per cent less than ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat-

certain powder. In most cases the 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 x 4 ft. come ready to ap
overdose would not really affect the : Any Hour and not previously paid. as long as the building ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apply

value of the medicine, but the condentions : I REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ARTICLE IX No More Cracked WallsIt.. Prices low."Blshopric" .
That the term for which this Association
clerk Is not going to take I
shall exist is fifty yean from and after the walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere
chances on murdering anybody so he : P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fit. date of its incol'POration.ARTICLE. affected by the jars and moisture which
throws away the whole mixture and Seven Passenger X cracks plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
a smooth, hard surface that gives lasting 7/
makes another New That the officers of said Association who
up prescription. tatwfaction. Is displacing lath.andKutlo Wan Board* Roofing Mfg. 00-
,York Times. STEVENS DURYEA ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION i shall transact its business, shall be a Boardof plaster everywhere for cottages, bungalows Dear Birr-Indexed please find remittance tot
!t Directors, a President and a Vice-Presi- fine homes public buildings, garages 1SJ tqiure feet of Bishopric Wl Board. Ship at
dent and said President and Vice-President out-buildings and every kind of once if possible.The .
Neighborhood shall also be the President and Vice-President structure. ud it other looks we Sea got from you we hare on two rooms,
The Traveler. iRTICLES OP INCORPORATION OF THE respectively, of said Board of Directors, and FRISK HAVEJSTRITKMocoow.
It is written, and the world believeJt Ride in a Good Car.'Phone GENEVA CITRUS GROWER'S AS- each of them shall], at the time of filling said Saves a Month's Time .P;*
SOCIATION office be a member of this Association and a
that travel is the Infallible exclu Comes In sheets 4 feet
in the And this Association square read
director
Know All Men same.
By These Presents ; Thatwe Investigate This Today
for Goes
use. on dry. Just nail It to
live for provincialism PerhapsUltimately shall also have and
cure the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the a Secretary Treasurer, bare studding and walls and
ceilings are
that depends on what the State of Florida, at least three of whom are both of which officers may be filled by one and ready for decorators the same day. You can see this ......
resident, and citizens of the State of fords the same person. And the number of Directors Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful, non-
(man takes with him in his wanderings 34iiHMHIIIIIIIIHHMMM have this day voluntarily associated our- ;. of this Association shall be three but the No skill needed to apply it. Saves a warping, fire-re'y
'Merely to go accomplishes naught In elves together for the purpose of forming a said Association without amendment of its month's time in building. sistint wall board at
xrticnltaral: corporation and association enter barter, may, at any time, by a twothirdsvote the store of any of the
'fine, one need not travel at all. If the the laws of the State of Florida, provid- of the Directors increase its Directory, $5 000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below.
man with the common eye will but DI' for the incorporation of horticultural and and may at any time, after so increasing thesame Examine it carefully and Aew
tgricnltoral non-profit associations and corporations and by a similar vote of its Directors, Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make ..."EisL.y
use his eyes he may bring all the worldto in accordance with this proposed decrease its directory, as said Directors shall Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money?o farther by .ass
{ him. The Alps and the Rockies are charter, and we hereby adopt these Articles see fit But at no time shall the number ofsaid lath are Imbedded In toughened Asphaltusing"Bishopric"forwaiisandceilings.
of Incorporation, which shall become the Directors be increased to a number great-
worth seeing indeed but the man whoIs
Charter of said corporation, upon the issuance er than nine and at no time shall the number FOR SALE BY
capable of really seeing them, if of letters patent, according to law and we do If said directors be decreased to a less
among them is capable also of beholding hereby certify. number, than the original number of directors -
11 ARTICLE I herein specified. That the names and
landscape and glory in his own % That the name of said corporation is the residences of the growers who are hereby
nelgbborhood- ooklcnere' Magazine. WELCOME TO Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. appointed by the incoroporators of this Asso-
6 I ARTICLE II n ation, and who shall act as Directors to Orlando Novelty Works
r That this Association in organized under said Association for the first year of its
Slightly Inconsistent the laws of this State as a horticultural association existence, and until its other directors are
ROYAL PALM and entitled to all the rights and legally elected and qualified, are.
"A patriot should not be concerned Names Residences.A. .
privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon
with matters of mere pecuniary com similar corporations, and the voting power W. Davis Geneva ..
BARBER SHOPModern and all other rights and privileges of each of j I J /, H, Jluddleston, GenevaA.
,pensation. the members of this Association holding a Moran, Geneva The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co. Cincinnati 0hSpecials
: "And Set," replied Senator Sorghum, certificate of membership in the same shall ARTICLE XI ; (Sfl

"when a man is rich enough to be Independent and be equal. That the Directors of this Association shall
!! Complete. I ARTICLE III have the right and power to charge and collect -
of iiicb considerations, they That there shall be no capital stock of said from its members and other fruit, vege-

won't let hkn run for ot ("e" Washington Everything new, individual Association but the same shall be organized as table, and produce growers, represented or WALL
a horticultural association and corporation,not served by this Association, such compensationand BOARDMMItMIIIMMtMMMHMMtMIMMMMMMHMtM
Star. 1 electric attachments at every for profit and it shall not issue any shares remuneration to be paid to said Association
'" --- chair. No atone has been left of stock whatever, and shall not at any time as said Directors may fix and
... 1. declare or pay any dividend, or other profitson charge for its services to him her or themin
Adven1tY' i- >" ,'\ I. ..". 'I' I unturned to make this shop any holding in said corporation but all the picking, packing, handling, marketing,
but for..:u' 11 '\1,,., I. moneys coming into this Association, for services shipping and selling of any and all of the -- --
c man, '.. I meet th erequirements of the rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by it irodoet and material, which this Association
prosperity here I" 'I ; most particular. Plenty of for paying the expense of, and otherwise maintaining I is herein authorized to handle and market. *
'" this Association and surplus ARTICLE XII
tit vr.tr. any
Vlll stand :
room. Courteous attendants. thereof remaining in its hands, shall be usedas It is hereby mutually agreed:, and fully
the Board of Directors of this Association understood by and between all the' persons
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, shall deem to the best interest of the Association becoming members of this Association, and Uat ul Int r st r You u
EVERY BODY'S DOING IT I II and said Association shall issue to each furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by
Proprietor. person who shall become a member thereof, a all persons who may hereafter become memo
I Automobiling, we are open for dates certificate of membership, and shall receive bers of this Association, that one of the purposes -
I Orange Are, Orlando, Fla. in i return therefor the sum of One Dollar and objects of this Association is to
picnic parties, or a crowd for ant I (11.00 to be converted into the Treasury of' bring about the carrying into effect a systemof

evening drive Call 360 or ask for said corporation; but no person shall at anytime ; mutual cooperation between the citrus
1 I have, own or control more than one and other produce growers of the State of
C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf certificate of membership in said Association Florida in the picking, packing handling, $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00Good
1 nor shall any person not a grower of citrus shipping and marketing, of all citrus fruit
fruit become or remain a member of this and other produce owned, and controlled by
Association. the members of this and kindred Associationsin
ARTICLE IV the State of Florida; and to that end this
That the purposes for which this Association Association is created and organized in con Tin Roofing Put on Complete
is formed are to bay lease, rent sell nection with and under the Florida Citrus ,,
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real Exchange, and will at all times cooperatewith
and personal property which may be necessary and through said Florida Citrus Exchange $5,00 Square
or convenient for the conduct of its business as a part of the system of exchanges per
and to build, lease and rent packinghouses which go to make u 4 control and operate
for the packing of fruit, also to purchase said Florida Citrus Exchange, whose headquarters
all material that may be necessary or are now located in the City of
Regular DownpourOF convenient for the purpose of packing or preparing Tampa and State of Florida. And that all 20 lb. Tin Roofing Put on Complete
citrus fruit or other Florida grown fetnu fruit and other produce placed in the ,
products for market Also to sell, as agents, hands of this Association, shall be marketed -
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of exclusively through said Florida Citrus $6.50 per Square
fruits and produce, which may be grown or Exchange. .
controlled by members of this Association. ARTICLEXIH .
Also to own stock in any other incorporationor That the names and places of residence of
association similar to this Association existing the subscribing members and incorporatorsto
for the advancement and protecting these Articles of Incorporation and Association .
'
BARGAINSj of! fruit and produce growers in the State of are as follows: THE
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the Names Residences.
members of this Association such fertilizer, E. Curlett Geneva
and fumigating and spraying implements and Ceo E. Mathieux Geneva
materials as may be thought by the Board Ceo. Duchardt Geneva HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
of[ 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 incorporator who has
By securing your personal convenient for the fertilizations of lands orthe subscribed his name thereto has paid into
fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, the treasury of this corporation BOW 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 purchase ship thereof, which will entitle each of them, tlMllilltttltflttllMMMIIIilHIHItlllllHMHMIT
of anything, that is considered by the upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the Association to a membership in the same, ___ u_ _
clear money than by any day's prevention of insect pests or for the destruction and a certificate of such membership, upon
thereof for the benefits of its members as however such person signing the bylaws of
work you have ever done Everything fruit and produce growers. Also the right to said Association including the contract for
own, contract for, and operate all necessary his or her fruit to said Association as provided
appliances that the Board of Directors at in said bylaws.In .
in our store is being sold any time, may think necessary for the fertilization Witness Whereof Each of said incorpor- s P E C .ALJ
of groves and fields, the fumigationand ators and members of this proposed Association .
at a sacrifice.Be spraying of trees and plants or the extinction has hereunto subscribed his name and
of insect pests, on the lands belong- affixed his seal to these Articles of Incorporation -
I ing to the members of the Association and_to and Association. .
sure and visit our store. It charge therefor and collect such reasonable Names Residences.
rates for said services, as may be establishedby E. Curlett (Seal) Geneva
Remember the Board of Directors from time to time, Geo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva
will eventually pay you. for the uses above mentioned. And said Association George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva
shall be empowered to engage in a STATE OF FLORIDA FRIDAY allif n[ SATURDAY25c A
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 conducta appeared E. Curlett, Geo. E. Mathews George
as buyers. drayage transfer, forwarding and shipping Duchardt who being by me duly sworn lid
business; to purchase, bold, lease or other each for himself, depose say and acknowledge
wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars, that he subscribed: his name to the above proposed -
wagons drays, trucks, boats vessels, and other Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers'Association Crepes at 18c
vehicles and the necessary motive power and and affixed his seal to the same, for
equipment for the same and to engage in the the uses and purposes mentioned In said Char-
transportation business of all such produce ter, and in order to validate and acknowledge
material and other commodities as may be the same.
Brown & Lartigue owned or controlled by it, but not as a com-I E. CURLETT,
mon carrier. And to dispose of the GEO. E. MATHIEUX,
will To borrow and loan money by or upon GEORGE DUCHARDT. MISSES HAULM & MM
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
Men'sland Boys' Outfitters all such other business operations as are 1913.H. H. PATTISHALL,
i germain or incident to the purpose above Notary Public.: for Barclay Corsets
" mentioned. My commotion expire on 13th day of Agents )

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When Sheridan Made a Hit. 'i
One often has amusing t'Il'crit'D+'l'S, Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. MOTION PICTURESTODAY'S
writes Mark Sheridan, the :ju-tor in the C ,
London Str.iud, the humor of which Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
only strikes one afterward U.lti

one ominvd tome Statement of the Orlando Bank sad PROGRAM"PEDRO'S I
a uumlr of -
years ajro; at avery '''''j'! ':_' ,, ; ,; -- : Trust Co, at Hose of Badness REVENGE' .Maiestic

r In the small proimt's hall, ;I { "- .'to" '\ : :. .' ..; ,_.... I I:I April 16th, 1915-The Sv- A delightful and interesting story. Portraying

t where the vjajjeaccommodation;: : : .: ', :.;..:.. ... ,'' .' nth Anniversary of vivid scenes of some of Florida's most beautiful
I, : '' f"L
Orange Groes."RETRIBUTION".
was so Mniiteil fl.w -v:. ..-, its Existence t

\g\b.\ and of swli a t .. uiL ;::; :.;.> ........"_.':_,',:,>'- f. . . . Thanhouser
primitive kind ;. '
t A strong and powerful drama. A
; moral
*t teaching,
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that !d i ; ... \ ,.
of
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some : e'
us : *:;: RESOURCES "Full of
{ pathos. A
picture that
: :: c. you certainlyjll
had to use the -, it- :&f'I I

0.1 Lack of the stage I Ins ; :,f,.." .:. $." .-.-; Loans and Discounts......$3 8t 97.oe H enjoy.
J LISTENED A MOMENT It dressing J! I. 1' .f .. 4'j."{- +3k Overdrafts .............. 922.82 "THE GOLDEN lIon .3htualA
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after the show room being sometimes our ablutions I 1r "' ...",'- Real Estate, Furniture fabled story by Ir. Richard Dobbs. This picture

performed iu n basin or a ;garden : .L";J.b,.-" ". and Fixtures .......... 25, 53.44 must be seen to be appreciated.
1 -If' Stocks and Bonds ........
bucket placed oil a chair. One ni bt- 1 i I .. f 26,018.33Cash "WILLIE PREFERS
it was winter, and the audience was t r s'A on band and In Banks 36,267.61Total LIBERTY" MutualA

almost as chilly as> the \\eatherI had comedy child story, one full of mirth, many amuse

finished my turn and, stripping to the ................$789,260.08 l ing incidents throughout the picture. !
waist, was "abluting" violently in the .- I
Old tin basin when ouieliody made a R LIABILITIES PERFECT PROJECTED PICTURES PLEASE PEOPLE
mistake, and, instead of lowering the > THAT'S WHY THE
curtain, the backhee.t\ was pulled up, ,- Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus r UL LU'\. LUCERNE LEADS, OTHERS
disclosing ma to view ,, ? ; and Undivided I

As 1 had my back In that directionI k'' ;4 u I Profits ................ 24444U
R r ; st
did not at first realize what had hap- :; i Deposits ..:............. W.IlIJITotal MATINEE 3:30 '
pened, and hearing shrieks of laugh- TO 5 P. M.

ter, I listened a c ; i: ................$789.260.0 NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
moment and remarked -
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towel folds in of which the Deposits April 4, 141$645,678,65 I.. i 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each i

my face was I
burled, "My i Deposits April 18, 1111... 6ffUU GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST

word somebody's eftel States Gmrueai, State and Cwatj Dtptittorj Increase In 11 days ......I.tMIMIiMMMimilMimitMIMIMMMItltillimtllMHUMiMMItlMlliMM.TJUUI "MM
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ping mane 1 was standing in full view ,
of the audience! W. M. SLEMONSDo

I was pressed very much immediately H Hsports Of Cleanliness Of
afterward to enter for the 100 yardsIn Qualify
the following years theatrical
as it was thought that I might 1
establish a record. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
you want to buy 'Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00. I

The Present. Crosset Shoes at -4.00Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, Gun FISH AND GAME
Seen by memory's magic
Yesterday is golden. Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Hope Illumes the morrow. a
Eyes are only holden best quality. ,
From some fair illusion Everything screened away from the flies, and kept
When they view today fresh
With its mist of morning Do You Want Suit PantsWe and pure. .
Bitter blown away. a Boys' or Boys' *

Yet of all the morrows We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

All That the from bright me days are ended hidden. have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.

Coming back unbidden Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
None or was or will be s
Richer in its way Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and who
men appreciate -
Than this
open handed. The PARLOR MARKET
Slightly prized today.Margaret merit and correct style in the clothes they wear.Ve recommend them.
E. Sangster.
The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
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Mark Train's Knew Father's daughter Game.Susie kept a we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. E M. Self & Co.

diary, at one time in which she noted '

the occurrences In the family and, Just Received Mens9 Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE
among other things, the saying of her STREET
parents. On one page she wrote that
"father sometimes uses stronger words
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when mother isn't by and he thinks
we don't hear him." Mrs. Clemens
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her husband, who afterward kept a
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he does things to have me notice him, .
and I believe he reads this diary."- PATH TO PROSPERITY i

Kansas City Journal.r IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN


Peter the Great A Mean particularly Trick. delighted Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

In drawing teeth and he strictly their way by choosing the wrong road to success -
enjoined his servants to send for him
when anything of that sort was to be THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, You simply cannot fail to attract new

cbambre done. One seemed day very his favorite melancholy.valet The de HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an ElectricSign.: Itacts

cur' asked him what was the matter. DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SAL like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
''Oh your majesty," said the man trade within its reach: That is the .
reason
** MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR HONEY
my wife Is suffering the greatest ago -
- refuses to have the tooth taken out" REFUNDED. r
-If that Is all" said Peter, "we will
soon cure It Take me to her at once." For Every Store OwnerNo
When they arrived the woman declared
that she was not suffering atalt B. Salomon Orlando
; there was nothing the matter with matter how small his business, the Electric -

ker. Sign is the cheapest and most effective
"That U the way she talks, your IIHIIIIiilillllllllllllllllimtMliMMIMIIIiilillllMIIIIMM Ml advertising.
maJesty said the valet -She la suffering -

tortures." I, tllilMMIIIilllMIMMItllMMMHtlliMMIMIIIM Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub ,
"Hold her head and hands," said the THE REAL ISSUE sa
cur. "I will have It out In a minute.'" Ownership of a small area of land I mit a sketch.

Aid he instantly pulled out the indicated by a few Japanese is not the big issue WE OFFER YOU I No Trouble to Us--No Expense to You.
tooth with great dexterity amid ; growing out of the California inclI -
profuse thanks from husband.
the
I dent. As the London Times and the
What wag Peters indignation to discover THE MOST OF THE BEST
Pall Mall Gazette point out, and as
i, little later that his valet had
used him as an executioner to punish Americans recognize, the larger issueis

tact the and world adjustment.question Naturally of racial ,con-the For the Least W T[ & lI T CO.


Japanese regard themselves as an -
Clothes and the Man. equal people with the races of the COOK WITHGASHltHlimmiliMMIMIHIilllllliiiilllllllltli
It Is doubtful if Uncle Joe Cannon Occident and it touches their national Tender Juicy Meats
ever owned.a silk hat. Nobody around eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeieeeeee
honor to have them considered infer-
Washington/ remembers seeing him
Whether not the races of the
ior. or
wear one. Next to his cigar nothing I
is quite so familiar to his friends as East and the West shall mix is the You can always depend on getting the best at our
,
the type of black soft hat which he has real question involved; the California I market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ
made famous. It recalls an amusing matter is small in comparison with
: REDUCED LIVERY RATES
in meats. DURING
once SUMMER
incident that occurred In the old Arlington the main issue, which affects the
hotel a few years ago. Mr. people of the entire Pacific Coast, the -.
Cannon strolled into the place one
Canadian Coast as well as that of the Horse and Buggy day
per $2.50
evening; with his secretary, L. White
Busbey Now It happened that Busbey United States. WA& PlGUE 1-2 day 1.50
iras always a good deal: heavier on ,
dress than his chief. This particular One thousand two-dollar ticket- Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50
BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA.
Bight he was immaculate.
books, Lucerne Theatre,for fifty cents "
A man in the lobby was showing a 1-2 day 2.50
amusement bargain
each.
visitor the sights.There's Biggest
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offered, demonstrating the quality -
ever
retie Joe Cannon" be said
ncdglng the stranger. of high grade and classy shows. J. B. Magruder & Son

"You don't tell me!" exclaimed the Don't fail to get one. You'll never regret IIMMimilMM6MiMHMMIMIttltttttllllilMHttfRead
visitor looking at Busbey. "Who la it 5-28 3t! niiiiiHiiniiiioiimminiiiiiiiMiiiiimiMHSubscribe
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Louis C. Massey, President

T. Picton widow v1ce.Pree. 8. with &.., Cep St. Luke's Cathedral .
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.I t .
Howard C.Bibcock Aw't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Au't Culver
Second Sunday after Trinity
Services for the day as follows:
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
THESTATE 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. What is theCHRISTMAS
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and
sermon. Subject, "Excuses." It is
BANK hoped to make the eleven o'clock service -jj I
a sort of re-union for all membersand SAVING
friends of the church. Please:
come if you possibly can. j
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and
of Orlando lecture. The evening lecture will be H CLUB ?
the second on the Apostle's Creed, the
subject being"Belief in Jesus Christ.
Everyone will find a cordial welcomeat
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND all services. i!! Merely a number ol people who arrange systematically

First Baptist I save certain odd pennies each week with (the positive assurance -
Dr. C. T. Douglas will preach in' .
thai will receive
they a check Iwo weeks before
the morning. Subject, "Walking mj:
The Bank which transacts business than '
more
His Christmas lor
Steps. I I every penny they have saved.You .
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Sunday school at 9:30, Otto Link,'
superintendent.B. I
Y. P. U., at 6:30 p. m.
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Everybody cordially invited to all .

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound services. can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Emmanuel Baptist Church.

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis .Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Pres- The 2 cents the first | r\r\
reuected in the large amount of deposits. ton Boyd at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. $1
week "club" 1.&
subject of morning sermon, "LaunchOut nets you ft
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. Into the Deep.

No evening service as we join with
other church in a union service at
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Methodist Church.

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. F. N. IT IS WORTH WHILE!
Boardman, Supt.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even- :
correspondent banks are located in every part of ing at 7:30. '

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the All the services of the church are : Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more folly,
United States. held in the Rest and Tea rood and : or better still join some club now. ...
the public invited to attend. :

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MEETING OF THE CATHEDRAL AT THE FAVORITE were
TODAYA
first class in every respect and :
SCHOOL Great Feature ProgramThe pleased this popular playhouse's greatly : The Peoples National Bank"It
The members of the. Cathedrals patrons.
hoo Board, consisting of Bishop Ironmaster ....Union FeaturesIn many
Gray, President; Judge Warlow, Mr. two Great ReelsA Mayor W. H. Reynolds, Alderman is a pleasure to serve you."
George McCulloch and Mr. W. A. thrilling and dramatic labor storyof J. B. Walker and Engineer G. R. Ram- j
Dade, met yesterday in the Principal's today left
study and were much gratified over Pearl's Adirers ............Crystal Jacksonville.sey on the midnight train for 4 ub1i1
The nature of their .
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the excellent financial report given for Featuring Miss Pearl White
the year just closed, This showed The False Alarm .........Crystal I trip to the metropolis was not disclosed -i I ,
to the Sentinel. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,
FOR
A SALE
that all expenses of the School had side-splitting comedy
Open two to five and Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. Good Horse, buggy and harness-
been met, with a small surplus remaining seven to tenp. Do
; and the prospects for the m. you want to pick up an auto Those wishing to make trips for 5152w. Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or
coming year to be most favorable. Admission five cents to all. bargain? If so, read the advertise- business or pleasure, should see me :FOR SALE-4 horse power station lando, Fla. 5-27 tf
ment of the San Juan Garage. for prices. Prompt service guaranteed ary gasoline engine, practicallynew.

Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel. I I[ Subscribe for-the Sentinel. I Phone,C.360.W. Willsey, Orlando 5-29, Fla.tf, taken. at Will once.sell at a S.big G. DOLIVE.sacrifice if Money to loan on improved prop-
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last opportunity to save money by attending YOWELL'S Greatest

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


I : 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 W e- 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

ing Messalines, Foulards, Rajas, Pongee while they last extremely low price everywhere. Saturday, only28c
and ta. Come early as they won't '

last I :: 58c. each 10 yds for 95c yard


At Half Price Limit ten yards to customer
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HOUR SALES AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS

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200 towels, lOc values, After Supper You will be the loser if you let this sale
From 9 to 10 a. m., 36 inch check nainsook : ,.
regular 15c values From 2 to 4 p. m., 150 Pillow Cases 42 Sale. pass and don't get a pair of our $3.50 to

Ladies Shoes at the extraordinary
x 36, ISc values.for 6c each $150

10 yds for 95c low price of

For 9c each 100 pair ladies' black Hose, loc value at
Limit ten yards to customer $1.89Special
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