The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00031
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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






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When it became known that a bill I Friends paid their last tribute oft I I Special to the SentineL i Washington: June 4.-With the in- ; Special to the Sentinel. i Atlanta
was pending in the legislature which respects to Dr. Charles Drennen yesterday Durham, N. C., June 4.-Following tention of having the national capital New York, June 4.-Wall street experienced Georgia, June 4.-In
I j : a room at the New Piedmont Hotel
would prohibit the drainage of sew- during the funeral services at'' the commencement address today, set an example for civic and State I today the biggest raid it :1'; Monday afternoon the
erage into any underground stream, the family home. Neighbors and President Few announced a gift to governments in the framing of marriage ] has had in five years, several hundred method of treatment for tuberculosis

it looked like a blow had been struckat friends in large numbers assembled i i Trinity College of eight hundred laws, Cuno H. Rudolph, commis- thousand shares being dumped on the was applied for the first
Orlando's sewer system which is to and united with the family in the im-j I thousand, dollars by James B. and sioner of the district of Columbia, is 11 floor to be sold at market during first I lanta. The patient was time Alabama in At-

drain through deep wells into the sub pressive funeral services, conducted Benjamin N. Duke. This added to the' at work on a bill which will be presented hour of trading. Practically every matron, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter an of Lock-

terranean stream. The City Council by the Masons. I I hundred and fifty thousand given by before Congress in the immediate stock on board broke heavily and many I II hart, wife of a traveling salesman connected -

quietly got together and got busy The religious part of the service i Rockefeller Institute and fifty thous- future. Fundamentally, the proposed ;I of more conservative values touched with the Jackson Lumber Com

and sent Mayor Reynolds, Engineer' was under the direction of Dr. J. W. and raised by classes, brings the endowment ,. law would make compulsorythe I I the low levels of the panic days of''1I pan).

Ramsey and Aldermen J. B. Walkerto Stagg and Dr. J. E. Wray. I fund to one million. production of a certificate of good 1907-08. Dr. Julius Meyer, of New York,
Tallahassee to show up our sewer The floral offerings were abundant The Duke brothers two years ago health by prospective bridegrooms be- Chief of these was the unloading of I representative of the Friedmann in.

plans and save it if possible from a and rich, conveying in their mute way I offered to raise the endowment to one fore the district government would American securities by foreign invest- stitute, came to Atlanta to administerthe

death blow. When our plans were the tokens of love and sympathy to I I million provided the North Carolina issue marriage licenses. While the t ors, which began shortly after receivership -' treatment to her.

made known, no objection was or could the sad hearted family. Methodist Conferences, which control proposed law has not yet been completely proceedings for the Frisco system Mrs. Carpenter arrived in Atlanta

be made to it for the city disposal The Knights Templars in full uniform !I the College, would raise one hundred drafted, it became known today instituted in St. Louis; another I Monday afternoon, with her husband

plant takes care of all impurities and served as escort. Knights. O'j'I'' thousand each. Rockefeller's gift was that it is not proposed that pros feature credited by many as having :;i, and Dr. J. D. McGehee, of Lockhart.

sends no impurities whatever throughthe Overstreet, B. C. Abernethy, T Pi conditional upon the college raisingone pective brides will be forced to submit much to do with unloading was news !:I I The affection treated was spinal tu

drainage well. The bill had passedthe Warlow, Charles Lord, A. W. Bumby I hundred and fifty thousand. to its terms. from Washington that the Government berculosis. It is understood that a
Senate and had had its first read and T. H. Evans were the pall bearers. The effort by the churches failed With the support of Commissioner was to begin a new investigation fee
generous was to be paid for the
ing in the House. Mr. George E. McCulloch, Eminent I Io but the Dukes came to the rescue, al- Rudolph the National Society for the I against the American Tobacco Company institute's attention to the case. Dr.

When our committee reached the o Commander for the Knights Templar.j though their original offer contemplated Promotion of Practical Eugenics will i dissolution of which company :j i McGehee was asked, Tuesday morning -
they immediatelysought ) and Master I the donation of only six hundred was approved by the former adminis '
Capital City, Worshipful C. P. Dow for be organized here next week. Mrs if the fee was $1,000, but de-
out the men who were the Blue Lodge, led the Masonic ser I and fifty thousand.I Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Thomas R. tration. j dined to reply or comment, saying

furthering the bill and acquainted vices. I Marshall, Mrs. William Jennings Bryan It was felt this move indicated hostile j'! it was a matter of arrangement between
themselves with it and from a thorough The services were held at 4 )1I1.LIOXS DOWER Mrs. John Hays Hammond and feelings against tobacco company, i parties other than himself.

investigation they felt satisfied to enable his sons from Birminghamto I others, it is expected, will be among i and other corporations, affected by tobacco '. Efforts to locate Dr. Meyer, Tuesday .

that with a prudent Board of Health, reach here which they did on the.!l Chicago, June 4.-A check for one the charter members. I decision of several months ago, morning, were without result. lIe
the bill would be 3:33 train. would all be subjected to new investi-
a very proper one million dollars is the wedding present ; is
I + registered at Piedmont Hotel.
and that Orlando's sewer system Many were the friends who folow-"l of Adolphus Busch, the St. Louis 'DROVE MOSQUITOES FROM MALAY !{' gation. Mr. Carpenter stated Tuesday morning .
would not come under the ban of the ed the body to the Orlando Cemetery I brewer, to his grand-daughter, MissLillian I Attorney General is also credited that he and his wife expected to

law and they came home well pleased. where interment took place, and many Magnus, who is to be married with the plan for graduated revenue I leave for home during the afternoon.

Yesterday afternoon they received the were the,loving thoughts of the good I here tonight to Sydney L. Berg. Washington, June 4.-Dr. Malcolm I tax on manufactured tobacco. j Dr. McGehee said that it was undecided -

following telegram: man who had passed on. The check arrived at the home of Watson, of Kiang, the Malay Penin 1' whether a second administrationof
W. H. Reynolds Mayor of Orlando Dr. Charles Drennen is dead, but 0 the bride's I CATERER TO CANADIANS.
,: j parents marked "not to be sula, is in Washington on his way t of the serum would be made before
The Senate Bill No. 30 passed the: his noble influences still lives and a j opened until Wednesday." But the the Panama Canal Zone to study mosquitoes I Mrs. Carpenter left.t 1 o'clock he

House all right. o cherished memory of his life will neverI j bride could not suppress her curiosityesterda and malaria, after having I Washington, D. C., June.-The Uni had not yet re-established communi-
S. A. ROBINSON.The die. i )- )' and after she had counted driven the from the ted States ranks first as a caterer to
I pest Malay I \ cation with Dr. Meyer, he said, tc
committee sent to Tallahasseeby j every one of the six ciphers she hurried I! Canada's needs and second as a cus- determine whether the
second treatment
the City Council consisting of Mayor TRY TO PREVENT A BOYCOTT i:, to tell her betrothed of her grand- sula.Dr.. Watson has apparently solved i tomer of her supplies, says a report would be advisable. -

Reynolds, Councilmen J. B. Walker, I! father's generosity. the problem of health in the Malay I!I just completed by the bureau of foreign i i The Friedmann institute .
and City Engineer G. R. Ramsey b eTokio, June 4. Efforts and domestic commerce. Canada was formed
are being Peninsula so far as the malarial problem recently to distribute the
lieve the bill to be a wise, conservative made Baron j I buys more from this country thanfrom I serum dis-
very by Ei-Ichi Shibusawa, MISS SLOANE WEDS IN MUNICH is concerned. The government is l i covered by Frederick F. Friedmann
and much needed piece of o chairman of the Chamber I i all others combined, having put ,
of Commerce
I spending thousands of dollars to drainlarge I I of Germany obtained from the
ij I I chased 65 cent of its goods here inoe1i
legislation. o' and other prominent men, too I j Munich, June 4.-Miss Margaret areas of low, or swampy, land. per i i ulation of turtles, and claimed by its
Mayor Reynolds and Mr. Ramsey quell the agitation for the boycottin I| Sloane, of New York, daughter of Much of the land is rocky and blastingis last year. j, discoverer to be a cure and
stopped over in Jacksonville and hada 1 of California : The United States in 1912 took fromI preventative -
in connection with Prof. and Mrs. William M. Sloane, required to make trenches. Realizing of tuberculosis.
long conference with Dr. Bird, of' the Panama-Pacific Exposition and I was married here today to Benson B. however, that this means the solution I, Canada 38 per cent of that country'sI

the State Board of Health, Dr. Porter otherwise. The agitation has been I Sloan, the New York broker, in theo of the malarial problem, the I exports. This country today, says the COMMUNICATION '

being in Key West. fomented by some of the Tokio mer- American chapel of St. George's.bridal A government is sparing nothing in the I report, takes almost the entire export i! ... ___ ;
Showing him all our sewerage s chants. breakfast of Canadian minerals, the bulk of for-
followed at the Hotel of assistance either of
way money or I i Orlando Fla. .
plans, which he,assured them he I than half of the 4, 1913.
fully Mr. Nakano is leading an agitationi Bayrischer Hof. Prof. Sloane is men to carry out the plan. J I estry exports, more .! The Sentinel
believed the State Board of Health i for the sending of the finest possible | Roosevelt Professor exported manufactures and a third of City.
at Berlin Uni-i Dr. Watson is a Scotchman. Hei I have read with
would not only approve, but encourage exhibits from Japan to the the fishery exports. I i interest the
exposition versity.
i j i I went to the Malay Peninsula in the action of the Board of Trade. I
us in building, believing ,0 in order II was
our system to show the true state of Ja- I'government service. The solution of
i : absent when the Board of Trade met
to be the latest and best in ,
now t panese civilization. lie is also CABINET RESIGNS
a BASEBALL: problems there interested him
IN THE BIG t: so on my way to Arcadia, but I heartily
use. ranging for a special meeting of Japanese LEAGUES greatly and have resulted so well thati : approve of all that was done. It is
:: Chamber of Commerce to com-I' i he intends now to extend his study Budapest, June 4.-Scenes of great high time that Lake Cherokee
COMMENCEMENT AT COLUMBIA} bat the boycott idea. ,Special to the Sentinel ]I I and will spend some time looking: disorder occurred today when the Hungarian I I cleaned out by the city in the interest was
UNIVERSITY The Japanese government has not National over conditions in the Panama Canali Premier, Dr. Ladislas Von Lu- o
of pulic health, without any regard
o .yet defined its attitude. i 0 kacs, today announced the resignationof
I Pittsburg ; Philadelphia, 4. i district, especially studying the yellow ) to who owns it. When the health of
Special to The Sentinel Chicago 5 Boston the cabinet at the
; 0. fever problem. Hungarian opening
j the city is menaced, the matter should
New York .
June Today is a Cincinnati 4 I of the of the chamber of
| VERSAILLES FETE ; Brooklyn, 3. sitting
I i I be looked after at once, and let the
gala day at Columbia, for it is the
St. Louis, 6 New York: 4. deputies.The I
i i ; ,
SALES MANAGER BURTOEXOX question of who should
passing of the 159th class from the pay it be settled
London, June 4.-Exclamations of I 'AmericanI ERATED Premier decided to resign owing I later.
realm of the University. It was not dismay were heard in society circles Philadelphia, 14; Detroit, 6. I I to the acquittal of Deputy Dessacsin : Yours ,.t'* #
only a big day for those who received here today when it became known thatit I Boston, 1; Chicago, 4. a suit for criminal libel brought truly, '
At well .
their but it much a attended meeting of the : L. G. STARBUCK. i iGOOD t
degrees meant
will be New York 5 him for the Premierof
considered very incorrectfor ; 9. directors of the Citrus held against accusing
"old who
many grads" assemble for ladies attending the great historical I Washington, 6; St. Louis, 2. in Sales corruption in connection with some Ii i
yesterday, Manager i ROADS
their reunions. The was filled I If ,.
campus I with the Bank of
ball Southern
costume "A Fete at \'esailles" Hungary. -M" .
I Burton, was completely exonerated of
the "old who had back
boys" come I I I
: Mobile
to wear face powder. Inasmuch 7; Memphis, 4.
of Editor
meet their classmates of former days, I the charges speculating in fruit for of the Florida Grower
as representatives of most of! Chattanooga, 9; Birmingham, 7. his private gain. SUFFRAGETTES BLAMED FOR! says:
and incidentally to renew their youth. the royal courts of Montgomery, 2 Atlanta 2 7 innings i i FIRE I
The commencement Europe are to be ; The following Orange county mem- I am truly sorry that the legislaturehas
proper was present, and the event to be held at called account of rain. I I who attended the
bers meeting indifferent
ushered in by the procession at 10 returned proven on the question
o'clock this morning from the Libraryto Albert Hall tomorrow is under the Nashville, 9; Atlanta, 0, forfeited. I home last night: Oxford, Eng., June 4.-Militant of good roads. I know what a fine

the Gymnasium. First in line direct patronage of Queen Mary and South Atlantic A. B. Johnson, Orlando; L. W. Til-i} suffragettes are blamed for a fire system of roads would mean to the

the candidates for the various degrees were, the Queen Mother was forced to smile Jacksonville, 5; Macon, 3. I den, Robert L. Boyd, Winter Garden; which today destroyed the biggest ;I state, because I meet folks in all-
then :away its annoyance and comply. I Savannah, 3; Albany, 0, first game. Jas. H. Saddler, Oakland; D. T. N Ic- boat house on the River Isis, togetherwith I! parts of Florida and a great
the marshals
came faculty, as- I I many
sistants, lecturers and instructors. ,, The reason for taboo is that the Savannah, 6; Albany, 4, second game. ; Neil, Gotha; M. F. McDonald, C. W. forty or fifty boats belonging to from the outside. I know that good
use of powder as part of a ladies toilet i Cherleston, 1; Columbus, 0, 1st firstgame. I Smith and J. McDonough, Plymouth. the students of Oxford Universit y.l roads add an immense value to
) them the
Following came faculty itself any
did not come into fashion until Charleston, 1; Columbus, 3. I Cards bearing the words, "Vote for j l community; they
present attraction
and close behind were the visiting II an -
after the period of Louis XIV and the Carolina Women" were found near the scene. for the investor and
representatives from other schools. I NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT give a greatly -
The trustees and teachers from the ;o costume ball is supposed to be a reception Charlotte, 6; Ashville, 6,12 innings: I ; added value to the adjacent prop.
by that monarch as Versailles. called account darkness. i iI WORK ON SEWER Those
Barnard College, th, College of Phar The reception to be tendered Rev. BEGINS erty. who protest against good
The fete conducted in aid of the sol,;I Greensboro, 5; Raleigh, 2. roads
macy and the College of Physicians! t ,, Dr. Preston Boyd and family by the are very short sighted, it appears -'
diers' and 1
Sailors' Society and. will j I i Winston-Salem, 2; Durham, 0..tFTEg The !
and Surgeons were next in line while be I Emmanuel Baptist Church and friends sewer work was actively begun to me, for what would the small'
one of the most '1 l ._. yesterday. There have been additional tax amount to if it
the trustees of Columbia and Presi- gorgeous balls evtT r-- i has been postponed to Friday night many was
dent Butler brought the procession to ': given in London. TilE LOBBYISTS ,June 13. All friends are invited to announcements when it would begin i. much more than offset by an appreciation .

a close. The column wound its {, +I I be present at that time at the Civic I II 1 but the man on the job makes his'' in value, to say nothing of they

way JAPAN i SAYS i! --' I and tea room, at ? -'r OCk own- announcements and gets bl'!!..",'.|I II' : added conveniences. '.
across the campus and into the gymnasium ALIEN LAW IS OF1 Special to the Sentinel.Washington I Leagueest : I -",Iii N+
where pearly 1.000 decrees !1 FENSIVE June 4.:-Ransdell, of evening. Fifty men are at work on Jaeks0l11street 'l

I ----- Louisiana, who, on behalf of the peo- ; I and fifty more. will l be hired! "PIGS ARE PIGS" .
were l
conferred recipients.
in grateful (
I Ssctai to the SentinelWashington pie of his State and those of several if they can be had. Mt. Cobb wants .

_..._.-= : D C, June 4.-Chin i northern and western r states tJ?! re R. R. MAGNATE'S DAUGHTER I all the good men he can get. It is The elections held at Taft and Pine

JACK JOHNSON RNitl&E"D\ OUT da this af termer delivered Japan's! the Senate committee Investigating MARRIED the purpose <>{ the contractors to o Castle Tuesday went against the pigs

'rejoinder 4 Mir)'an's last note. Bryan i I alleged lobbyist ihA @hce. This after- )1: push the \t>rk with all possible speed,I and now the porkers will have to take

Special to the Sent&el \'o ami\ Chinda had several hours' fcetfal I noon Randall admitted every legitimate Special New to York the ,Sentinel June 4.-Bessie Yoakum, and* barring accidents the job will be''to tall timber

Chicago Ul, June 4.-Jack JohnWh discussion over document; at conclusion effort was being made to de-]i,I youngest daughter of Benj. F. Yoak- completed much earlier than was an The days of the razor back are num

the n r0 pugilist, was late this of talk, Bryan sent Japanesenote I feat frS sugar, but declared his peo- ]!, railroad magnate was married ticipated.Harvey. bered. Farmers are learning that

terrivn, sentenced to a year and tmeday to Wilson. Japan asserts unequivocally pie Were only fighting for a continua- ]!: to um Francis R. Ham Larkin, today> & Co. are contractors of ex- they can raise pork of a better variety
\ in the penitentiary and fined one in her note that she occupies tfen of the property they have enjoyed ,+;+ perience and good repute and will make I and at less cast than the piney

'tlwAsand dollars for violation\ of the absolutely\ equal position among through their industry. Most every effort to please the people of wood racer. We are glad to see Taft

:Mann White Slave Act. the sentencewas : first class And leading nations of the i positive statement made today WEATHER REPORT Orlando by giving them a good sewer and Pine Castle join the progressives.

announced by Federal Judge Car- world. Japan holds that occupying )!I I ing to show existence of lobby tend-I I thunde- system at as early as possible a date.It .

penter, after a motion for a new trial such position, California and Arizona made by Pittman of Nevada, who said Local showers Thursday will certainly please Orlando people ;I Mr. M. 0. Ovcrstreet went up to

had been overrule ':alien land laws constitute Offense to I'I he knew positively wool men had intimidated i I. and probably Friday. if the sewer can be gotten out of :Jacksonville last night on business.

the pride, dignity and honor of the their representatives to' the way before winter.

Insurance, real estate, loans and I Japanese. Both Secretary and Am- I support certain measures in the be. The Sentinel is from -every point In the Polar regions there is one

rentals. Curtis & O'Neal. :I basdor refused to discuss note. lief that people favored them. I 'Of view,-a newspaper-for the home. I SubscriW for the Sentinel. .. inhabitant to every ten square mil eg.
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SAD DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM I +NM MimtH80tl '''IttMf "" .

Sad indeed are the hearth of those !

who of ')Irs knew. William her because Knight of which the death occurred Gifts to Please,. Bargains Bargains

at Tampa Wednesday evening .
about six o'clock. About three weeks Special Bargain during; the remainder of this month.
ago Mrs. Knight went down to St. Shoes for men ladies, misses and children, in all styles
Petersburg to make a brief visit to May be safely purchasedjfrom: and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of c\-ery-
her mother who live there. She was It. bod '. .All shoes wIll.seIl at :25 per cent off.Ladies' .
take sick soon after arriving: and Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.
rapidly grew worse. Thursday of last j us whereeverythin Ladies Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
week it was found necessary that an; Gingham, from JlSc up.
operation be performed, which was is guaranteed. F.. .,; Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors
done in hospital at Tampa. She ral-': J; from 2oc up.Ladies' .
lied from the operation and it wa' Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
. thought that she would recover, but '1 styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
the sad news of her death from blood Dry Goods at a special reduction.
poisoning came Wednesday night.I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
Her husband and mother were with Allen & CO. Ladies' and Children's Readv-to-11'ear and Trimmed
Jie1- at the end. f Hats from 25c; up.
"Mi>s Grace" was one of the most Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
lo t-We characters we have ever known Cashmere Suits, all from S.OO and up.
a lady! who delighted in making others' Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
happy, and her loss will be keenly JEWELERS Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. .
felt in the circle in which she moved. Bo\"s' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles '
Besides! her mother and husband and I and colors, from 50c up. s* '
one sister a host of friends do deeply I Boys' Pants from 25c up. k
mourn her death. She was married: Orlando FloridaOur Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from .ISc up. P
to !I!r. William Knight of Sumterville'in Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. '
1 09, at Leesburg, she being :Miss;, Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi.
Grae", Preston Mr. Knight was the': tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody
agent for the Seaboard Railway thereat \\hotrades with us.
the time. They afterwards lived I| We want your trade and we assure you that we will I Af
At Orlando for a while where Mr.j|i give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar ". -'
Knight: held a smiliar position. Later': Repair Department at antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and I"
Mr. Knight returned to Sumterville! convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
.to truck farm and engage in mercan- ; service always.Everything If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
tile business. About six months ago
they moved to Bushnell and Mr.!' I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, OrlandoLISTEN ; : ;
Knight has recently acepted the Seaboard -I
agency here. In her brief stay HMMMMMMHiifMIH'MiMittMiticUntHtt
here she made friends of every one -- -- --- ----- -- - -- '
she met. She was a young woman I MtMMHMIimiHIttttMltMmtttlHlltllliMM
and life seemed to offer so much of i
promise and happiness. It is hard toI I in DrugsWE MMMM MiMHfttfMtMitmi>MHil5tMiMMM
understand God's wisdom some times, !
yet we know that His way is best and 1 THE OAKlAND
that if it was His will we must bow
in humble submission. Words can not DISPENSE ONLY THE Pl'ltl-ST AND BEST
heal! the hearts that mourn her loss 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now I
but lie who marketh even the spar- Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne THE CAR
row's fall will give strength to meet Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
the ordeal. The body was laid to rest:I We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODY
at ?t. Petersburg. pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu.
-'Green be the turf above thee,
Friend of our better days,
None knew thee but to love thee, :It.II.1111II1.t ..tit't I1II t I....4.1 I I I&0.&tM{III1III1I
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Xor named thee,but to praise." : : OUR FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE

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PINE CASTLE that the attendance and "results will Tallahassee, has passed the bill au UNIVERSAL VERDICT"It 1 F- -U

be good. thorizing a bond issue of $150,000 for

The special election called for June,the erection of same. Citizens and, did me yoeman's service"- Fifteen
Pine Castle, Fla., June 4th.-Mrs. For the Next DaysWe
3rd to decide whether hogs militia .
I. M. Aten is at home after a visit or no officers in that city were greatly -; Shakespeare.The
should run at large in this districtwas elated over the news. I universal claim of all advertisers -
with relatives in Kissimmee.Rev.
passed to the satisfaction of thereat in The Sentinel.
Wm. Funk with his daughter, I
majority. Hogs will be pennedup A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to - -
Miss Anna, and sons Henry and ii' will sell Lime at 90c
after this. The destruction of crops the Sea In Ships GOING AWAY?
here for
James, of Clearwater are
the by these animals when people are The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy -I[ I

Mrs.summer.Fred M. Preston, with her sis- trying to make their living by farming that is guaranteed to cure Sea, If so, don't forget to have the Daily per barrel delivered,

ter, Mrs John F. Russell, who has has been a loss and annoyance Sickness. If you contemplate a sea!Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto

spent the winter with her, left June beyond endurance. Also the indecen- trip, be sure and take with you.a bot-, your summer home. No extra five barrel lots.
3rd for West Hartford, Conn. cies of the highways caused by the tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If I charge.
running at large of cattle and swineis it does not cure money refunded. tf''
returned Monday
Mrs. James Tyner -
shocking to all who have the least Shanibarger's for bicycles and
from a visit with her brother,
sense of refinement. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Sundries. tf! Florida Metal Co.McNEILDAVIS
Chas Tyner and family at Plant City. Mrt Jesse Fender passed away .
Mrs. S. Frank Phillips and daughter -
Thursday evening after a wasting illness .
Miss Loradele leave shortly for I BUILDING
leaving a husband and four
the north. Their itinerary includes
small children. This has suf- ,
visitsith relatives and friends in i Phone 41.
fered one misfortune after another NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN .%J4.I .
Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, At- I ,
since they came from Georgia, and f fI I
lantic City, Philadelphia and New I -

York home. City then the ocean voyage the illness circumstances of the wife attending and mother the were last I Goods and U KimonosGOWNS .

Mrs E. L. Sphaler entertained witha pitiful. The request for help given Crepe !
out in the last two weeks was ansewr-
party Monday evening at which the I |
ed by good women who res-
many I
young people of the village and many
ponded with all the abundance their i
from Taft enjoyed the festivities and Keep Cool
refreshments. homes could offer, and among Mrs.I ETC. ;
I. Fender's last words were, "I thank !
Mr Gene Hoffner is entertaining the .

mumps lIe didn't know where he I at you Conway all for cemetery everything., her Laid gentle away uncomplaining I 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 j
got them, but 0, you Orlando! i
Mr. Henry A. Fuller, the blind opet I spirit is at rest. cents per yard at

and lecturer, spoke Sunday morningat Fireless Cookers
the Union Chapel. His words were STATE NEWS

cheering and helpful. Mr. Fuller will I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

speak at the church at intervals dur-;, The growers of Apopka are.busy I L AND
ing the summer. i shipping tomatoes and watermelons.I
E. D. M. Perkins will take charge of I i I II

the organ and choir work at the Union I i The Eustis Citrus Brokers' Asso- STORE ELECTRIC FANS :

Chapel during the summer. We are.ciation has decided to build and equip I !
sorry Mr. Perkins was not allowed to:a new modern packing house. 124 South Orange Avenue

come to the front before this. I TO KEEP COOL WITH
Saturday evening Dr. C. E. Filbert While on his way to the State Hospital -
and the Messrs. Homan sighted an alligator -i, for the Insane at Chattahoochee,

in Lake Conway, rifles were, Charles Clause, of Bradentown, diedon I [ELECTRIC l[ I IKONS$ AND T TOASTERS
secured, several shots went wild, but a train Thursday morning. MttMtMIMMMMMMIMMMMIMMMMtMliMIMMCEMENT !
the fatal one struck it in the left eye.I _

The body of the alligator turning com-:I Last Thursday the Sunday schools: I FOR COMFORT '\ .

pletely over indicated its death, andit I of Sanford united in giving a huge Brick tl! Brick tl! B11Ck. j
sank not rising again until Monday picnic at DeLeon Springs, and a most

morning, rendering the hide invalu- enjoyable time was experienced.
able. The body was landed for a suf-: ?
ficient length, of time to measure it I Orange avenue, in Daytona, west BRICKThese ''llnc
and secure snapshots. The length of I of the railroad, now has a hard surface -
the alligator was a little less than of marl as far as Second street,
eleven feet. That he was hungry was:a much needed improvement. Brick are better than Clay Brick HAND BUILDING4HIIIIIMMMIIIMIIIIIHIIHMttlMlllliMIMtM

shown by his persistent proximity -
to the shallow water of these gentle-: Dr. W. M. Stinson of Jacksonville, and they are cheaper

men's bathing beach. I has been unanimously elected chair- I- -
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The Phillip's motor boat is heard.man of the domestic and foreign commerce I I"
quite merrily on Lake Conway now-a-' committee of the board of
days. !'trade in that city to succeed the late s!i -. Those wishing to make trips for
Maker of Artificial Stone
Revival services are being held at I|E. 0. Painter. I i At about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see me

the Union Chapel conducted by Messrs I prices. Perfectly good casings, ex- for prices. Prompt service guaran
Baldwin and Murphy. They will be 1 I II Jacksonville will get her new arm-! Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R. ''cept for minor defects. I. W. Phil- teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.,

continued for two weeks and we trust ory as the Senate, now in session in .. (lips & Sons., 6 E. Church St. Phone, 360. 5-23; tf

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thosewl1.o Know usWe

Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage of our Store and Await Their Further Commands


We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you

r ,

We bid for your' ': We extend liberal

business on C credit to all and

the merits of : make special

our terms those whomerchandise

j o 1 wish it. .

and the I L hF ''thi, !J? _

ew ''1iv'
t yi Yliw .l O+M !f111rh.INn NON'e "1

lowness of our We do a large volume

prices of this kind of business.


Do you need a Go-cart ? Do you need a Refrigerator?


Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?


Kincaid & SnowdenLow

Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING J. D. Mitchellho so ably We are needing some rain in this

AND WEEKLY I audited the city books and accounts, part of the country. must be confined to /

in making his report to the City Several of the Geneva people came the hours allowed by our rules, 1 FIRESTONE TIRES-
Entered at the pXet office at Orlando, Council n.ajSOnli: recommendations! over Saturday to witness the ball from 6 to 9 in the forenoon and
Florida as Second Claw Mail Matter. !I at it weal! it the part of w.sdom; I game between Chuluota and Geneva from 3 to 9 in the afternoon. Are standard, and represent

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : to follow. Besides recommendations!I' Offenders please take notice as the very best that

as to the keeping of certain accountshe I I boys.Misses Emma and Ruth Proctor, of water'meters will be put on cus- -V-..
THE DAILY SENTINEL makes the following wholesome I I Geneva, were visiting their uncle D. tomers disregarding the above goes to make up a Dependable

One year .. ... ...... ..... ....$5-00( suggestions regarding vital statistics E. Hart this week.G. notice. '"PHE length of',; tire, guar n-

Six Months . .. .... ... 2.50( which are of vital importance to the i i i M. and N. C. Jacobs spent Monday The Orlando Water & Light their service v teed for miles.
.. .. ............. 125B7 I 3,500
.Three Months people of this city: : in Orlando on business.J. Company. 65It I is due to the

new carrier in Orlando. 60 cent per "That undertakers be required to:i W. Peade of Lowell, Mass., is in : strength of their I Ibuildinsr. -1 ----

fccnth Daily and Sunday. make monthly reports and settle-!I Chuluota this week looking after his FOR RENT-Seven room house; fur- 1 Get the ', 4

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found ments for cemetery transactions. orange groves. nished, $15.00 per month. Xo. 214, I book-"What'sWhat TIRE ADJUSTMENTS:.
tn salt in Orlando at Curita &: O'Neal'i Book "That keys to the cemetery be received -I Mrs. C. B. Brumby, having spent E. Church, street. City. in Tires //
Store. from and immediately returned -! the past month with Mrs. J. W. Nix 6-5 2t i Will of course be necessary
;will appreciate prompt complaint il to the city clerk, he to be sole' on, left Tuesday for her home in Ask
delivery.. is not properly---made-- -by--our-carriers. custodian. Augustine.Vrllii St.1 Subscribe for the Sentinel.iMMMMtMHIMMItmi. i the kfor/ sometimes, but we

-Adevrti-- ing- -rate will be furnished on application '! That permits for bunal: or removal uua\-, .ATav.."'J *vvui?fttVi; the normla'cvyiy vi nf "1.i ''' !, on ',,l"G ( will make all adjustments .

I of bodies, gover'}r:'d by city ordinaries community: took their lunch baskets.1, ,t Rims, right here-no expense
THE WEEKLY SENTINELfor I be obtained before such burial or rakes, hoes, etc., and repaired to the I
year by mail postage paid ........11-00 I removal. Such has not been the casein i cemetery, when all engaged in a gen I Gulf Refining Co/ : i'' returning tire to

address 107 THE Court SENTINEL Street. Arcade Orlando Building FloridaOffice I the recent past. I I eral working and remounding that I iviost factory, or waiting to

Phone !< I That record ')f vital statistic as toI beautiful little city of the dead, after I Miles hear from factory.

--- .-- i births and. deaths be immediate which, all of the graves were given a 111111 Per
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor made UP n receipt of physician's re. coverlet of flowers and evergreensand

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor port. That they shall be insisted up- left in peace to the music of the I Kerosene Dollar

jn and prosecution had for neglect"! murmuring pines and the songs of the I ifIlnnmllnlmlnNlNNN////////// RED TUBES
THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH, 1913. These vital statistics are of immense birds.D. Gasoline i 1

importance and the ordinance i E. Hart has moved with his fam-I \\ ii'At' ordinary gray tube

Sentinel want ads advertise.An should be enforced. The birth record' inly into the E. H. Kilbee home place I "
aside from the moral effect in a community Mr. Hart having purchased that from I LubricatingOils *2 prices.
has a l legal bearing. Many I Mr. Kilbee. r r'
exchange asks, "Have you hearda and Greases
limes the title to real estate dependsupon Our community was saddened last I
?" Nit net. I
misquito yet ,
these records and there are many Tuesday by the death of Irene, the little I
o instances on record'h re c\..' r.sive I nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and I Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

Fairbanks has his buttermilk, Bryan litigaticn was entailed ICCUUM' of Ue, Mrs. Dan Hart, which occurred at1 :
his grape-juice and Roosevelt, his fact that no iccord of the birth jf o'clock the 27th ultra. Little Irene I ...... I.1y PHILLiPS" & SONS

tea. some pt-.ior. could be fount was a general favorite and leader : i ,
0 Likewise there are many cases among her little friends of the Sab- :
Marquette is expected to settle where a man's right to vote has been bath School class and Sunbeam Band, :
once for all the mooted question: settled by the birth record and in; being one of the little officers of the PHONESg{ (Temporary Location)
times of war these public records of, I
When is a man drunk? last named society. The funeral ser-
o births are of great value to recruit vices were held at the cemetery and I Orlando Florida i iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMI
6 East Church Street ORLANDO FLORIDA
Welcome the day when something ing officers in determining who are of were conducted by Rev. Hope, of Ovie- : ,
service age. 1 do who touchingly of her litI I
-municipally speaking-gets done, spoke, .
In the matter of burials there are I t -.wstti l r. -
instead of fussed over. the Christian works and assured the --
o reasons why permits should be obtained -,' bereft parents and friends that this -
before a body is buried. It is consolation. Most of the
What will become of the lemonadeand was a great
a wel! known fact that in every community -
her little class-
popcorn stands at Tallahassee, I songs were sung by
when the legislature adjounrs? of any magnitude it is aneasy mates and when the little grave was e
o matter to cover up crime and I finished about thirty of this little band JUNE WEDDINGWhile
immorality in the cemetery if these i
Waiting to buy it "right" Today marched around and placed upon it
permits are not required in advance. I his bunch of flowers and ,
may be the right day, if you consult ever-greens
Practically all of the doctors would I
the Sentinel ads and shop early. singing as their last song, "Jesus'Tender
"Dan quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
welcome an enforcement of this rule I Shepherd," finishing with, Cupid" never
o if it were enforced against all. Most "Take When I Die, to Heaven seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
The tidy sum of $165,000 goes to doctors are for law enforcement and I There to Dwell." weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts .
Jules Goux, winner of the Indianapolis Happy
none know better than they the evil Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aulin, of for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

race. This is making money fast. practices that need be kept in restraint -I Oviedo, spent Sunday here, the guestsof ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
From well-organized sleeping by law enforcement. the lady's mother, Mrs M. E. Ja your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
It is no disrespect to the colored! We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection a

porch you can hear and a rooster cricket crow hasa in population of the South to say that I cobs.Little Miss Lonolee Sutton, who has stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
the next
county very
megaphone.Few ; they need protection from bad prac-, been in Orlando going to school, for smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

tices; all of society is interested in 'I the past school year, has returned to country.
o the keeping every part of the soc:al l body I Chuluota to spend her vacation with The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
are as mean as '
persons clean and free from moral disease. her relatives.Mr. tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
milkman who skimmed the cream on
the and then turned it over, skim- The city of Orlando stands for the I and Mrs. Chester Partin, of inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

ming top it on the bottom. highest type of manhood and womanhood Oviedo, spent Sunday here the guestof ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most uptodate -
and the ordinance is for a good i Mrs. Lizzie Jacobs, Mrs. Partin's merchandise.
U I IIt's UTpose along these lines.A mother.
notAp to June, 1913, to show .
what can be done in breaking the re I

cord as to the number of happy June I happy and serene young man is High cost of living or not, the country -
brides; ditto bridegrooms. one who "doesn't care what the girls will never surrender summer silk If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

--o-- think of him." P. S.-There are no hosiery to return to cotton. Vanityof pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

Science has found a way to elim- happy and serene young men. vanities. mountings, bring them in and let US show you what wonderful transformation -

inate the crow from the rooster. Xolet's \\ o i 0 can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.

have a device for putting on some Walking is a tiresome exercise and I Have you few things on the earthto Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .

more white meat and everybody will not specially beneficial, says a doctor.II I be thankful for? Perhaps one of

be satisfied.A This is printed for people who don't the best is that you don't talk in

o like it.There. I your sleep.
man may go through life in a o o

slip-shod, haphazard sort of way, and are persistent rumors to the I Men jeer at women buying neckties the JewelerOPPOSITE

get along fairly well; but a woman effect that the Standard Oil Companyis for their husbands, but its a rare man ,
must be careful as a watchman in a I about to divide Another surplus, the I who doesn't think he is competent to

powder house. I figures being put at $60,000,000. That buy a parasol for his wife.
o I concern has prospered wonderfullysince I o POST OFFICE

What a hard time a newspaper it was dissolved. I All the Time, Please
would have existing if it enquired of o I "Safety first" says the claim agents EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

everybody who might read the paper, Money to loan on improved prop ''I Why not last and all the time-Bal-
what would, in his opinion, be proper timore Sun.
for the paper to publish. erty. S. Y. WAY.
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A Tennessee preacher having observed -: 1

that "there will be no automo [

biles in heaven," the Atlanta Consti- AUTOMOJILEBULLETIN 1i STOCKINGS

tution remarks that "with wings to !
fly, we shan't need them." I
o I UlJ ,

If anything prevents either the I .r'

lady or gentleman to the contract I!

from becoming a June bride or groom I
y 0rt -
there remains the consolation that '>I"
: I ( Xf}', ,
ties-that-bind are just as legal ii\ I, For Day : (PI .'
July or January.It : I .
o These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is I f' !: "

is said that a new law enacted guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip j and I

in Wisconsin prohibits gossiping. No I ped and ready to run. I: 1.
steps seem to have been taken so far a s 10 ,+

however, tc nullify it by proving that EveningWear '
: 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition (
it abridges the right of free speechor ,
interferes with the liberty of the
press. ,
o I
The attorney-general of Ohio 1 1912 r 6
Touring Car complete
has decided that an automobile, in ; !

point of law, is a two-horse wagon. i $500.00.
Any one who has been struck by an I i
auto and has come out of the mix-up

alive, doubtless, is convinced that the 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad- Our Personal Guarantee .

machine is more like a locomotive

than a wagon.-Repository, Canton, illac, $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair
Ofcio. I
o i
They had to lave the advertisements 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than .

out of the Daily Screech be- 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. I
cause the contract stipulated that it yes
should be run top of column next to ...... -- iii' "TI

"pure" reading matter, and the four

wife top beads scandal concerned a shooting a common in an law evil San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
rat,. has '.Wfcwcutioa of a white I
Second FloorI
slaver, and a suicide following an exp .

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Summer, Glorious Summer, is almost with us, and with it Look at our Silks. In Tub Silks from 35c to $1.00 a yard. Look at our Dress Goods, and-then be frank and admit that

comes everything of a nature that will give coolness to the In blacks etc., form 50c to $1.50. our showings meet all demands, and that our prices are

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 Metropolidesigns 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 tOe 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 1050. 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, Panajust 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.

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE

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I Mr. J. L. Parker, of Valdosta, Ga., NOTICE TINKERING WITH THE BILL HllllillMMIiiiHIMMMMt MMMMMM*

\ is in Orlando today.Mr. .

\ All members and friends of the > It is regrettable that the Democrats :

THE TUNER I J. T. Stephenson, of Atlanta, Municipal League are invited to at-1 of the Senate are permitting the interests :

ORLANDO. FLA. i is .among the late arrivals at the San tend .an informal basket picnic at to tinker with the Underwood :

J1 iI I Juan. Lake Gatlin on Thursday afternoon,'I tariff bill, to the extent of changing I II .

I June 5th.Magruder's. I some of its principal provisions. I Do It Now !
I Mr. J. C. McCraw, of Gainesville, automobile will leave .
Mr. R. L. Starr has returned to St': i I If the Democrats permit the protected
Louis, Mo. j I Fla., is in Orlando a guest of the San the Post Office at 2, 3 and 4 p. m. for industries to dictate changes in
jI Juan.J. .
i I those having no other conveyance. A I(I the tariff bill, the fact will not be

charge of 50 cents being made for the overlooked by the people and will
Mr. Stephen Neal has gone to Jefferson W. Hickman, of Louisville, Ky., round trip. To those going in privatecars react on the party in its next cam- Begin the month aright by

N. C. ,i is among the visitors in Orlando to- and vehicles, take the Pine Castle paign for national offices.

I day. road south to Gatlin's store, then east The removal of meats from the free buying your GROCERIESat
Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Romaine; I I'
to picnic grounds. : list sounds very much like heedingI
have gone to Ocala. Mr. John C. Daniel, of Philadelphia, Take well filled basket set
a your I the pleas of the big packers. It has the Store
arrived in Orlando last night. lie is with in the cool woods, new .
supper us enjoy 'an ugly look and doesn't augur well
J. K. Allen left yesterday for': agent of the San Juan. nature, and forget your troublesfor for future Democratic success.

Zephyr Hill, Florida. ,: one afternoon at least. The Underwood bill is as near per-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sniveley and Mr. '!
Committee. feet as a tariff for revenue only can :
Mr. C. H. Nelson, of Taft, was in I and Mrs. J. A. Green, of Florence Vil- !jbe made. Let it alone.-Tampa THE SANITARY GROCERY

O'rlando yesterday. :, la, arrived in Orlando yesterday.Mr. Tribune.
Among the new enterprises that are I

discussed for Orlando and that
Mr. Bergo Willett of Maitland, was W. W. Wright who under wenta being CARUTHERS & GORE
are almost in sight are another ice- 0. DAMMITI :
in Orlando yesterday.Mr. minor operation Tuesday is recover-
I ing nicely, which will be gratifyingnews factory, an ice cream factory and a I !

C. M. Anderson went to West I: to his friends.Mr. cold storage plant. All pretty cool Nothing Wrong, That's Just a Man's j| |I 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200
propositions, but quite welcome in the i Name and lIe's Going to Have !
Palm Beach yesterday.
sultry summer time. The party whois It Changed ,
J. W. Guthrie and wife, who i,
at the head of the enterprise pro- Elmsford, N. C., June 1.-Orlando i .
C. B. Wetherell has taken his de-! have spent the past six months in I
poses to build a large brick structureon Dammitt of this village wishes toi
this locality started for their home in
parture for Cincinnati, Ohio. ;
Northern Michigan yesterday.For his lot near the railroad track,I change his name and has started proceedings i
from which he can supply not only to that end. Dammit says i 14IIIII >1.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOII.IIIIIIIIIII '.
Mr. D. M. Rudd and family have
Orlando but to other In him : -- ------ ---
ship points. -
that his name has caused a great -
left for Cottage Hill, Florida.Mr. several months, we have missed I I
the Chuluota Sunbeams. We are gladto the same building he will have the 1 deal of work. F.instance, it is a i THE CEMETERYThe I
ice cream establishment and the cold thing to hear some friend ] I
have them will be common ,
D. B. Sphaler the Winter Home again as they .
: of interest to Sentinel readers. storage plant. He is also enlarging- shout: I City Council has decided to,
booster, was a business caller many
terday. yes the dairying plant conducted by him1 j "Dammit1 Come here a second? hire a janitor and caretaker for the I!

I Mrs. E. P. Nolan, of Stanewall, Ga., I at Spring lake and is pushing workon will you?" cemetery, by the year. He will have ':

M. and P. Schwartz, who winteredin who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. his three-story brick block in Orlando i Then again, Dammit says that it is charge of the grounds and digging!
Ida Maltbie left for her home yester- and is also just putting the rather awkward for him when his the graves, and all burials will have' AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.
Orlando, have gone to their home in |
Woodcliff, N. J. day. Mrs. Maltbie accompanied her. : finishing touches on a sixty-room name is being called at lodge meet- to be made according to city ordi- L Murray
I [ rooming house on Church street. Avery 'I ings. The secretary goes down the!' nance hereafter. A fee of $2 will Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541

valuable citizen that.-Tampa 1 list of names and when he comes to be charged for digging graves and
Miss Annabel Kerns, who has beenin :, Mrs. Jennie Simmons and Miss Alice
1 Times. his : !' this, together with fees collected for .
says NOTICE !
the city for several months, wentto Berry, sister and niece of Mr. G. W.
"0. Dammit!" I! caring for lots for individuals will
Holly Beach, N. J. 'Berry, who have been visiting in his
Half the time, Dammit he i nearly or quite pay the sexton's salary i Go
family left yesterday for their home 0. N. Larson and J. II. Donnumare says to Ivanhoe Park Thursday

Mrs. J. E. Foster, Miss Elizabeth,I in Savannah, Ga. among Orlando citizens spending doesn't know whether his name is ,, / L I afternoon. Band concert, fine large
being called or whether the secretaryhas : This is a move in the right tlireei motor boat.
Miss Louise, Master Edwin and John : several days in the city. They took Bathing and other
advantage of the Coast Line's made a blot on the books and is I|i tion The grounds will be better I amusements. Learn to swim. See
off excur-
are to Jefferson, N. C. I Mrs. S. G. Walker and family left '
merely giving vent to his feelings."I kept and the cemetery protected the fun.
last night for Coal Center, Pa., where sion Monday and will visit several of, I 2t,
I the South Florida of interest am getting sick of it," says Dam- 1 against despoilers in this way. I .
)Ir. and Mrs. A. A. Gould and they will spend the remainder of the points
mi,"Good heavens it was bad enough : The city owns several small houses
before returning home.Tampa Trib- FOR SALE
daughter Elmira and
son, Stewart,I summer. They were accompanied by I
when I went to school. I played on on the land they bought for sewerage
left yesterday for their home in Sa- Miss Loretta Chapman, who will remain une. i(,
the football team and whenever I purposes and these will: be moved on I
lem, 111.Miss. i with them until fall. Practically new Rambler Automobile
made a good play the fellows used to to the cemetery grounds for a home I Ii I with Presto
i equipped lights, top,
give me a long cheer. It went some-i i for the sexton. !
Agnes Bothamley, of Sanford,'_ Dane Schooley, formerly connecte I curtains, windshield, speedometer,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ': with the Taylor Drug Company of thi] thing like this: 'Rah, rah, rah, hoo- I I clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
Earl ay! Dammit! Dammit!! 0. Dam- ELECTRIC TREATMENTS tire, tube and complete set tools and
Gore returned to her home yes city, but now a full fledged hotel keeper
terday. of Orlando, was in Tampa yesterday it! "'-New York World. :; All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for I I accessories.Also .

visiting his many friends ant the month of June. Dr. Bennett, i has auto trunk with two suit

Money to loan on improved prop- transacting business matters.Tampa Khanibarger's for bicycles and Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lra cases for touring. Reason for selling

erty. S. Y. WAY. Tribune. ndries. tf I have no further use for car. '

For Sale I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
------- Slightly used
$2000.00 automobile. L-page-6-26-tf
" 1IIIIIIIii ; Would consider real estate in trade

..v.v.v.v.v.v.vaTHE " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llltt for same. Address Automobile, Care Shanibarger's for bicycles and

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HEALTH SUGGESTIONS A gill about fourteen years old, of or produce growers within the territory next I BUSINESS BOOSTERS
II[ adjacent to the headquarters of this Associa- CLASSIFIED
the of
a family by man Kelley, livingnear
of this Association
The Florida State Board of Health tion, may become a member I Business Boosters (classified adver
Cory, was recently bitten by a ; but this Association will not at anytime I
like the health board of every other receive into its membership members of i tisements) received after 10 o'clock tiei
advise the residentsof spider. which came near being fatal. any kindred Association; whose fruit or produce midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto ,
progressive state In fact it is said by her family and lands are located nearer to such other I Classify" column. r ;t ;'f'...'.'.
kindred Association than they are to this ... "'
the state how to keep well and I '- "d
others in the neighborhood that she Association, without the consent of the Association j i Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately =. .t: -
warn them against the evil effects of next adjacent to where said holdings 30 words-ont time, 25 .

certain things. did die. Preparations were being are located. I cents; three times 50 c nts; one week "J '"I,, 7 ( "',"", -'

made for her burial when she came I ARTICLE VI (six daily and one weekly editions) : ( :1 r .> .t;-,

The state is enjoying splendid to life again.-Tallahassee Note in Nothing in these Articles shall be con- $1.00; one month, $3.00. :: ., a:: ''H <
strued to interfere with the bona fide sale
health and these warning bulletinsare as : a
wvX/ -
Times-Union. of real estate; the transfer of property, together li .",..."". .
for the purpose of keeping the with the fruit or other produce grow L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone L -. iWr ':-',7? 1m--
I' .r..r
ing thereon at the time of such sale; that is I 271. 5-28-tf .,' .: i ar. ., '& ''<-*. V 0
people in a healthful condition and if to say; That if any person who has signed'' I II 2, '"6'l':. ;.14'-, : : >'"'" _

the people will just bear in mind that I Money to loan on improved prop- his name for any particular year for placingthe I r-o.- .s,, ? / *: #& ,....
I crops then growing on his or her land in FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger .f fJ :. */ .L/ ""- : L Cm ..
in a hot climate extra precautions are erty. S. Y. WAY. the hands of the Association, shall sell or touring car. Large and roomy. ,. ,; ,1/t.Ifl.'. f\. .*, .# 'sfsfA, ."_ -

dispose of his land in good faith ; then J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY I ) ?:..- M
necessary it will be easy to keep Flor. I 4-20 tf
and in that event the said seller A
ida as she now is, one of the most 4RTICLES OF INCORPORATIONIRTICLES and purchaser are released if they so Vacation Hint w
desire from the obligations of having fruitor a let in Thornton Park, a nice : ? :
healthful states in the Union.A I produce grown upon the land so sold suburb in east part of the city. Carl : ''I r ,
late bulletin says: OF INCORPORATION OF THE 'I marketed or handled under the authority of Jensen. iiI t ; I I Before you buy a railroad ticket :
this Association. I i
"A recent cartoon in a western mag-I SOCIATIONKnow : ARTICLE VII I iI I for this or that summer resort, 'X*

azine devoted to health All Men By These Presents ; That That the place where the principal businessof Do 'you want to pick up an auto : k come in and look at our MidSumfi .
*e, the undersigned citrus fruit growers of the said Association is to be transacted is ? If read the advertisement -
bargain so, Woolen! line and let
mer make
picted the traditional stork arrivingat State of Florida at least three of whom are Geneva County of Orange State of Florida us
an expectant home with the tradi- esidenta and citizens of the State of Flora And the annual meetings of the members of of the San Juan Garage. I 'ji a cool Summer Outing Suit for
have this day voluntarily associated cursives this Association shall convene at said place
tional baby. A companion picture together for the purpose of forming a : on the first Tuesday in May, of ach and every I you. y
horticultural corporation and association un- year, at which time and place its Directors I OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision We make
showed a little coffin bearing thehaby's I shall be elected and inducted into office. I a specialty of Nor-
Kr the laws of the State of Florida provid- to the Northeast of the city andI l f
lifeless form, and this was be- nz for the incorporation of horticultural and ARTICLE VIII still have some choice lots there. ; folks and will bt' pleased to I t
Agricultural non-profit associations'and cor- That each and every member of this Association I.
ing borne away to its last resting porations, in accordance with this proposed I shall place the packing and handling Carl Jensen. !, how you a fiuf our latest -A A

charter, and we hereby adopt these Articlesof ; of all citrus fruit, and such other produce as models.Men's l-
place by a fly. Incorporation which shall become the may be handled by this Association, and FOR RENT-Five room cottage with ... "
"This fly proposition is one of the Charter of said corporation upon the issuance grown or controlled by him, her or them, all modern conveniences. Garagefor + +
of letters patent, according to law, and we do into this Association and that this Fashion
most serious and deadly that the doc- hereby certify.ARTICLE tion shall charge for the packing auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Shop "
I ling of such fruit and produce such Associa-I 515 East street. 5-15 tf .
tors have to fight and their fight is ,
That the name of said corporation is the able compensation as the Board of Hand BUIlding
made all the more difficult by the indifference Geneva Citrus Growers' Association. of this Association shall fix and I
ARTICLE II But, any member of this Association shall GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec L4 Cor. Church and Orange Orlando 0JIIHH -..
of men and women. Intel- That this Association in organized under have the right to withdraw his fruit and pro tions at about one-third less than us- ; ,,,,:
the laws of this State as a horticultural association duce for any one year, from said Association
ligent or ignorant they are alike care- and entitled to all the rights and without penalty, by giving in writing to said ual list prices. Full line in stock. 1.1 / ; If t ''I'W'' ': << I .
less of the health conditions that af- privileges conferred by the laws of this Stateon Association, notice within the ten days next )'. II'.G 1'I'
similar corporations, and the voting power before the annual meeting of this Association W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church -
fect them most intimately. One reads and all other rights and privileges of each of that he desires so to withdraw his fruitor street. I

with horror of hundreds dead in coal the members of this Association, holding a other produce from the same; but in that
a certificate of membership in the same shall i event, said members so giving said notice
mine disaster or in the sinking of aTreat be equal. ceases to be a member of said Association and FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2
ARTICLE III all rights and privileges in said Association Save HalfPlastering
{ ocean liner, but regards with Tbt there hU be no capital stock of said belonging to said member shall thereuponcease horses one two-horse wagon, one
amazing indifference the deaths of AMoetatta tat the SUM shall be organized as and determine. Provided however, andit buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from
a horticultural association and corporation not is hereby agreed and fully understood by Umatilla Lake Fla.Irs.. E.
'one or two or three per cent of the for profit, and it shall not issue any shares all persons joining this Association, that any county, Cost
of stock whatever, and shall not at any time member of the same withdrawing from this J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando,
human family, at least in civilized declare or pay any dividend, or other profitson Association, by disposing of his fruit or produce Florida. tf t

lands, under the of one any holding in said corporation but all through any other source than throughthis
age year. moneys coming into this Association, for services Association or withholding the same
"Next, attention should be paid to rendered or otherwise, shall be used by it from this Association, and without giving the WANTED-Have an inquiry for
the milk for paying the expense of, and otherwise maintaining -' notice, as hereinbefore provided shall forfeitto fifteen acre orange grove, with resi- Get Better Walls and
supply. It is a function of
this Association and any surplus this Association, as and for liquidated dam-
dence. Give and A. R.
municipal to its thereof remaining in its hands, shall be usedas ages to this Association, for such withdrawal, price terms.
government protect the Board of Directors of this Association the sum of fifty cents per box, for all citrus Wrenn, 17 S, Orange, street, Orlando. Ceilings With Bishopric
citizens who pay for protection. The shall deem to the best interest of the Association fruit or other produce produced by him dur D&W. ,
and said Association shall issue to each ing the year of said withdrawal and to with
extent of city authority in such mat. person who shall become a member thereof, a drawn by him. It is further hereby under- Wall Board

ters is hardly yet appreciated and it certificate of membership, and shall receivein stood and agreed that in case any member of FOR SALE-Full Blooded Jersey Cow ,;
return therefor the sum of One Dollar this Association who has withdrawn his Fresh. Apply G. W. Rines resi-
is even less exercised. The highest ($1.00) to be converted into the Treasury of fruit or produce from this Assocation, as Easy to Apply
legal tribunal in this said corporation; but no person shall at any above described, afterwards wishes to return dence, Lakeville, near Clarcona, On Any Building Job
country, the Su- time have own or control more than one and rejoin this Association and exercise the Phone No. 20-22- Apopka, Fla. Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre-
preme Court of the United States, certificate of membership in said Association, rights of a member that he may do so by. d&w 5-31-3t. Make your building money go farther, board. Makes an enduring surface that'save
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus and with the consent only, of a majority of time and Ret better results by usItay. tmooth. Will not warp, shrink
has recently decided that a city has a fruit become or remain a member of this the Board of Directors of this Association ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate Win.

right to investigate all conditions Association. and upon his paying to this Association all GROVES TAKEN CARE OF ceilings. Costs 50 cent less than ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat
surrounding ARTICLE IV him per
penalties that have been assessed against proof, sound-proof and fire-resisting.
the production of milk that That the purposes for which this Associa and not previously paid.ARTICLE. Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy plaster to apply ;!looks better and lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft. como ready to ap
tion is formed are to bay, lease, rent, cell IX hauling, etc. Having been engaged as long as the building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apply
'is sold within
the city limits. If these occupy and use, hold and dispose of all real That the term for which this Associationshall all my life in caring for groves, I am Prices low."Bishopric" .
conditions are found to be unsanitaryto and personal property which may be neces exist is fifty years from. and after the prepared to please Satisfactionin No More Cracked Wallsit
the conduct of its business
sary or convenient for you.
date of its incorporation. unPraIsed
: the degree that the use of the milkis and to build, lease and rent packing every line of work. L. M. HALL, walls and ceilings are Everywhere ,
ARTICLE X affected by the jars and moisture which
houses for the packing of fruit, also to pur-
unhealthful, the city has a right to chase all material that may be necessary or That the officers of said Association who 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. crack: plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
convenient for the of packing shall transact its business, shall be a Boardof 5.141 mo. a smooth hard surface that gives lasting
purpose or preparing
close up and confiscate or destroy the citrus fruit, other Florida Directors, a President and a VicePresident satisfaction. Is displacing lathandMasticwaaanardtRoofing Mf". Oo.

dairy, even though it may be outsideof products for market or Also to sell as agents grown, shall, also and be said the President President and and Vice Vice-President-President,, FOR SALE laws, fine everywhere homes, public for cottages buildings bungallear gar1676 square'feet-Inrlowid of Bishopric please Wall find Board.remittance ship fef"
citrus fruit and all other kinds and variety of kind il possible.
the municipal limits. fruits and produce which may be grown or respectively, of said Board of Directors, and Good Horse, buggy and harness- ages structure., out-buildings and every of The other v got from JOG we hue oa two roomfcad
each of them shall, at the time of filling said It cooks fine.
controlled by members of this Association.Also
'"Sounds rather drastic, doesn't it? to own stock in any other incorporationor office be a member of this Association, and a Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or- Saves Month's Time FRANK HAVEN8TRTTBMotoow,Pt.Investigate .

But it recognizes the principal that association, similar to this Association ex- director in the same. And this Association lando Fla. 5-27 tf a
isting for the advancement, and protectingof shall also have a Secretary and Treasurer, Comes in sheets 4 feet square, read
human life, even the life of a baby, is [ fruit and produce growers in the State of both of which officers may be filled by one and for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to This Todayl!
Florida. Also to purchase and sell to the the same person. And the number of Directors bare studding and walls and ceilings are
than FOR Lot Metho-
more sacred SALE-Large
the gain and profitof members of this Association such fertilizer, of this Association shall be three but the near ready for decorators the same day. Yon can see this.
the individual, and that constituted and fumigating and spraying implements and said Association without amendment of its dist Church. Whole or part. Withor Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful, non-.
materials, as may be thought by the Boardof charter may, at any time by a twothirdsvote without dwelling Address or wire.E. Ko skill needed to apply it. Saves a warping, fire resisting
authority has the right, that it a dutyto of the Directors, increase its Directory, month's time in building. wan board at
Directors of this Association, from time to the N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf the store of any of the
protect the individual against time by their resolution to be necessary or and may at any time after to increasing dealers named below.
pri- $5 000 Bond
and similar vote of its Directors Anti-Warp
convenient for the fertilizations of lands, or same a Examine it carefully and
vate greed. the fumigating or spraying of trees and plants, decrease its directory, as said Directors shall FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make Wr"Eiaops
"Alomst which belong to the members of this Associa see fit But at no time shall the number of house; large lot full of fruit trees. Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money go farther by Yau4s/
as intimately as the waterwe tion. Also to buy and contract for the pur- said Directors be increased to a number greater lath are imbedded in toughened Asphaltu"Bishopric"for walls aaJeettlng*.
than nine and at no time shall the numberof Apply 308, Robinson avenue
drink, is the milk we use connected chase of anything, that is considered by the
said directors be decreased to a less
Board of Directors, useful or necessary for the FOR SALE BY
with our physical welfare. The prevention of insect pests or for the destruc- number, than the original number of directors GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up

period of childhood is tion thereof for the benefits of its members as herein specified. That the names and eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and
peculiarly fruit and produce growers. Also the right to residences of the growers who are hereby
intestinal troubles, such as arise own. contract for. and operate all necessary appointed by the incoroporators of this Association Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
that the Board of Directors, at and who shall act as Directors to
appliances Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm
from the use of impure milk In any time may think necessary for the fertilization said Association for the first year'of its Orlando WorksThe
of groves and fields, the fumigationand existence and until its other directors are Novelty
more mature years by reason of spraying of trees and plants or the extinction legally elected and qualified are. WANTED-Farm of about 100 acres

greater resisting force, the adult may of insect pests, on the lands belong Names Residences.GenevaJ. near Orlando. Give full descrip-
A. W. Davis
ing to the members of the Association and to
withstands attacks from this source charge therefor, and collect, such reasonable H. Huddleston GenevaA. tion and price. Address "Farm"

that would bring disease and rates for said services, as may be establishedby Moran Gene.aARTICLE Sentinel Office. 5-27-71
even the Board of Directors from time to time, XI
death to the infant. for the uses above mentioned. And said Association I That the Directors of this Association shall Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
shall be empowered to engage in a I have the right and power to charge and collect WANTED-Some one to start a laun- J a (97)
Society is criminally negligent of brokerage factor and commission selling business from its members and other fruit, vegetable dry at Winter Garden. Good open

its children. The State has the rightto to purchase boxes paper, nails and other and produce growers, represented or ing for the right party. Address Box \
packing material; to engage in and conducta served by this Association such compensationand
protect the child against neglect, drayage transfer, forwarding and shipping remuneration, to be paid to said Association 27, Winter Garden, Fla. 6-3-6tD-ltw I WALL BOARD
business ; to purchase hold, lease or other as said Directors may fix and
even the neglect of its parents. Theconventionality wise acquire freight and refrigerator cars charge for its services to him, her or themin FOR RENT-Three room apartment
of modern wagons drays trucks, boats, vessels, and other the picking, packing, handling marketing,
days bids vehicles, and the necessary motive power and shipping and selling of any and all of the I newly furnished. $16.00 per month
the state keep hands off unless actual equipment for the same and to engage in the produce and material which this Associationis including lights, water and all conveniences. .
transportation business of all such produce, herein authorized to handle and market '
violence I Apply No. 14 1. Livingston
resulting in death I
or perma material and other commodities as may be ARTICLE XII Ave. 6-5-3t. .11111.e.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIQIIIIIIIIIIIII.III .
owned or controlled by it, but not as a com- ,
nent injury, demands the interferenceof It is hereby mutually agreed, and fullymderstood
mon carrier. And to dispose of the same at by and between all the persons
law. Verily the helpless infant will To borrow and loan money by or upon I
poor becoming members of this Association, and
LOST-On the of
needs protection. He has a hard mortgage generally to on transact real estate, carry or on otherwise and perform and all furthermore,who fully may understood hereafter and become agreed members by- a short principal black silk streets coat. Finder Orlando --
persons Take The
and Go Larn
time reaching the years of individuality all such other business operations as above are of this Association, that one of the purposes return to McCulloch's DepartmentStore e Family in
and germain or incident to the purpose and objects of this Association is to and receive reward.
independence, and too often : mentioned. bring about the carrying into effect a system
ARTICLE V of mutual co-operation between the citrus Daily, weekly It.
his worst enemy is the ignorance and That any person or persons, who is, or are and other produce growers of the State of Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on

carelessness of his loving parents. bona fide fruit or produce growers or whois Florida in the picking, packing handlin,
or are bona fide representatives of fruit and of all citrus fro
shipping marketing ,
and other produce owned and controlled the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
the members of this and kindred Associatior
in the State of Florida; and to that..end th
Association is created and organized in co
nection with and under the Florida Cit
Exchange. and will at all times co-ope

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA with and through said Florida Citrus CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
change, as a part of the system of exch
which go to make up, control and o:

said Florida Citrus Exchange whose CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50
quarters are now located in the Ci
Tampa and State of Florida. And thj

Regular citrus fruit and other produce placed CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50: and up
DownpourOF lands of this Association, shall be m
ed exclusively through said Florida Citr

Exchange. u Wl --- 0- __un___ ----. ---s very Camp cots and everything to go camping.
the names and places of residence of reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-

the subscribing members and incorporatorsto tinel office. 5-22 tf
these Articles of Incorporation and Association -

are as follows: -- --- -- .
BARGAINSgt Names Residences.E. THE H

Curlett Geneva
Geo. E. Mathieux Geneva Paul A. Horn
Ceo.- Duchardt Geneva
And each of said members of this proposed I HELMS HARDWARE
Association and incorporators who has
subscribed his name thereto has paid into CONTRACTOR and BUILDER'
By securing your personal the treasury of this corporation, BOW being COMPANYiMIMiMMIMIHMMIMMtMtMtMIIIHHHIIIIiMI
created, the sum of One Dollar, for membership -
thereof, which will entitle each of them REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
needs now, you can make more upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Association to a membership in the same I
clear money than ban) day's and a certificate of such membership, upon P. 0. Box 624 Orlando Fla.
however. such person signing the bylaws of i
the contract for
said Association including
work you have ever done Everything his or her fruit to said Association as provided MHttllttftaillHIIIMIiAutos

in said bylaws.In .
in our store is being soldat Witness Whereof, Each of said incorpor-
ators and members of this proposed Association sPECI.4L:
has hereunto subscribed his name and
a sacrifice.Be affiiied his seal to these Articles of Incor For Rent at .
poration and Association.

sure and visit our store. It Names Residences. .
E. Curlett (Seal) Geneva Hour
Geo. E. Mathieux (Seal) Geneva Any
will eventually pay you. Remember George Duchardt (Seal) Geneva

are welcomed as politely Before the undersigned authority, personally
appeared E. Curlett Ceo. E. Mathews George Seven Passenger
as buyers. Duchardt. who being by me duly sworn lid
each for himself depose say and acknowledge STEVENS DURYEA
that he subscribed his name to the above proposed -
Charter of the Geneva Citrus Growers'Association
and affixed his seal to the lame for 25c at ISc
the uses and purposes mentioned in said Char Crepes
ter, and in order to validate and acknowledgethe Ride in a Good Car.'Phone :

Brown & Lartigue same. E. CURLETT t I

Sworn to and subscribed GEORGE before DUCHARDT.me this the i :MISSES: HAULM DUNN:
6th day of May, 1913.

Men's and Boys' Outfitters H. H. PATTISHALL.Notary Public. 34 ,

My commission expires on 13th day of i
lab 1)15. i Agents for Barclay Corsets
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J JAMES B. BARSTOW Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total MOTION PICTURES

Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

Mrs I5i.ir.itre: 11111e. tie! Fou and
SIr: ;rina i'.irautola. with a number of I Statement of the Orlando Bank and I TO-DAY'S PROGRAM |

'tLe .. the uiot aceoroplMieti ,i
: J i -.ex was --- -
Trust Co, at Close of Business
t \uiidler I ever had aujtb.ii-; I GREAT SPECTAITLAR PICTURE
of I I i April 16th, 19U The i i"RETROGRESSIOX"
to do wit La iu all m.\ term :crVh.t Ser
.. '
on the !uoliif f ne She must b.nebelonged :::
to a wen to Jo family or Lad : Bath A&&lTenary of ; [ . . . Hroncho Feature i

a talent for languages. for she could IA Its Existence An exceptional two reel feature. A dramatic subject

pose as> a endive of any milized laud of pathetic tenderness, portraying how a wayward son :
One day ui> chief to'd!' ui? Hut tJeI I 1 i ,r. goes through the bitter conflicts of a man's hardest battle

had reli:ible information of this accom I RESOURCES through life to conquer the demon "curse of drink". A
piloted coundei'ce lady; that she was : picture of
I Loans and Discounts..... supreme acting, with a plot well laid and car-
llviug In apartments and Le wishedme ;
/; y at ried, lowing of the
some most beautiful
...... scenery imagin-
to go and arrest her "Go in plain .. .... 92242 able.
Truly moral lesson.
which every man, wo-
"and wits i Real Estate, Furniture
clothes he said keep your I
man child in
about TOU Site i is very slippery and [ r 1 .. !.' I and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 don't should witness. Remember,
: A..w miss this for
lam when
will elude you if you give her the t; ;,, .' II Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01&33 you see a "Broncho Feature"you
I E see the best to be had of the
1 motion picture ..
slightest oppJrtuuily"I i -i+'- Cuh on hand and In Banks 36,267.61 industry.CUPID'S
started out with the intention of' "
being thoroughly on my guard. I knew I CUPIDITY" . . . . . .caumont
t Total ................$789,260.08UABILTnES
: A
to be lively and
that flathou>es are apt con fen. 5i mirthful farce-corned A laugh inevery
lent for those who wish to light out i ; scene
suddenly and took with ratsullkient :
force to watch from every directiou t Capital Stock ...........1100,000.00 This is a picture program that cannot be equaled, no
Having stationed a man in front in I Surplus and Undivided matter where you may go.

rear building and on I rang the the roof bell of the at Mrs.adjoining Bur- Profits ................ 24444J8 "LUCERNE, THE SHOW THAT'S WORTH WHILE-

rage's door. The summons was answered a Deposits ................ 665.115.81Total

by a maid dressed in uniforma MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.!

black dress apron and cap. She ................$789160.01 NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
held a silver salver in her hand for a W

card.But I was not there for a call nor -'"' .;:..t. I II Deposit April -4, UlI..ts92l7l.UDepoalu I 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each : :
did it suit my purpose to send in my I
name. I brushed past tbe maid and April 1S, 1111... _,111.11 GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST

passed through the living room to a I United SOU Gmrue&t, State and Gouty Dtpriterj Inere&M la U days ........Tl,t3l,8a
bedroom, where I found a lady in dis
habille. .
\Vhat are you doing here?" she ...- -0 0 +MIM* .
asked betraying a foreign accent. I
"I have come madam to ask you to
make a call upon the inspector" HimtllliMtllttliMIMBtMMMMIIMItMHItMttltiMmiittlimililiillM I
"The inspector! What does this THE MARKETOf
"That you are under arrest.
She pretended for awhile to be bewildered -
at the idea of being arrested Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH j
but when she found( I would listen to I
her no longer she agreed to accompany :
me without urging if 1 would permit I AND SALT MEATS

her to put oil a costume suitable I you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or $5.00.
to the street. After the
examining outlets i FISH
and seeing no possible way of her Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal GAME

making an escape I consented The I I or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
room was at the end of the suit on the
fourth floor, and no fire escape within I best quality.
reach There was no possibility of her Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

getting out except through the living and
room So 1 retreated to that apartment Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe pure.
but insisted l that the door between
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the two rooms should be sufficiently
ajar for me to hear though ] have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.

not to see.There was. but one door opening+' Schloss Bros are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,

from the suit to'the hall and at this I I Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen,and men who appreciate The PARLOR MARKET
door I bad stationed a man with orders
: merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.
to let no one pass. On one side of the
flat passageway was the living room. I The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
on the other the dining room and kitchen. -I' H. M. Self & Co.
we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them.
But what interested me was the)
bedroom in which I had the prisoner I

cornered.how she could 1 could escape not me.for my life see I Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE STREET

Mrs. Burrage or whatever her name
was, took her time about dressing I Phone
listened for every move and she made
enough: of them for me to know by the
sound that she was still there. This i 1 W. M. SLEMONS

was gratifying for though I saw no
way for her to escape me. I would have I
9vfc lt felt uneasy at any lengthy silence. .MIMftltilttltttllllMlttttMlftMtlllMMIIMMMilliHIilllllMMMMi lllti
When a quarter of an hour had passed -
and she did not appear I asked her if MltlltMMMmimiMMIIMIIMIMIMMMtlMMMMtMMtMlittfllllHMIIMMIF LIGHT THE
she was not ready. She replied thatsbe
had no one to hook tbe back of her
dress. I told her that I had often per PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
formed that service for my wife and ishe t
would come into the living room I ,
would accommodate her. She said she f
IN who use Electric Signs never lose
would prefer that I come In to her.

Resolved not to grant anything she their way by choosing the wrong road to success f
proposed. I told her to come out to m,. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
which she did with evident reln'tance.I I You simply cannot fail to attract new

I hooked her dress for her and when HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign.: It acts f f
she went back to ber bedroom to put
on her coat.and hat: I flung the door like an irresistible magnet, drawing

ber wide toilet open,under so that my sbe.c9uI4.observation.omplet She! MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED;n,OR. 1/>/ MONEY.... ..4.\.. ,'t...ut..., .--t-.. '. trade within its reach: That is. ,the reason. :. .

was so slow about It that I finally told REFUNDED.i : they command the attention 91| !iuy'e fs.
her that I would give her fire minutes
by my watch to finish. She got Into i
her wraps within the time and aid ; For Every Store Owner

,that she was ready to accompany me. B.
But she must ask m. to Salomon Orlando
through :
the rooms with her-if I go would not I,1 No matter! how small hi? business, the Electric / f:

ptrjolt her to go a1 tl-to sw that i JiiHiiiiimiimnmiimiiii Sign is the cheapest ana most effective '
they were in order for locking op. Jassented 1' 'I,
and we passed through the advertising. I'!

..other dining bedrooms room. and My finally prisoner entered passed the I I i I HIMIIMMIMMMIHMMMIIIMIMIIIMIIMM Phone for our Sign Designer to #11 and sub- I

mit sketch.
through It to t pantry between it and WELCOME TO a

:the kitchen and. opening a door WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us...No EXP S !OYoli l
1 ,
looked down a lift used for sending
'UP supplies Thinking she would attempt ROYAL PALM
to escape through It. I caught THE MOST OF THE BEST 15 *

"her: She"Toe skirt turned may take toward me me to and the smiled.inspector BARBER SHOPModern For the Least I W T[ & U 1 CO. I I! !)) i

if yocchoose.." she said "but I am and Complete. I )
not the person you are after. I am the Everything new, individual I1
maid. My mistress yon passed at the electric COOK WfFH-GAS ( ;
attachments at
door. She got word of a visit by the every Tender Juicy Meats L .
chair. No
atone has
I been r
police and Immediately changed clothes i left !)t3detlA !!t)' +IAAt38AS1tI bbf! 0 t
f I
to make this
with me. When you came to me she shop .I
made up for a man went down on meet th erequirementa of the you can always depend on getting the best at our
this lift to one of the apartments below I; most particular. Plenty of I II Subscribe For The
and has doubtless passed out I room. Courteous attendants. market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ-

through the main entrance. I have II ence in meats. .- .
been delaying you In order to plv her WHITEHEAD, ttlllllttlMIMMt .
the needed time Here" pointing to Proprietor.

the servant's room "are her maid's Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla.

I did not take her to the inspector. i i
I went back to him myself and got
laughed at I Horse and Buggy, per day $9.50 1
If you miss your Sentinel, call BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA.
Some years later 1 went to arrest thesame "
woman and succeeded I asked phone 24 between seven and nine day 1.50
ber bow she :' o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou PHONE 105
pot wind of her intended Carriage Pair day 4.50
per .
arrest and she told me that she happened by special messenger. "
at the time to be looking out ofa I .. .. . .. .1.11111111111111111111111111.11111..1111.Read 1-2 day 2.50
window down on the street and
me rating saw i If you have a house for rent, advertise -- ----
my men. she having had 1
: time to(Lange: costumes with the maid. 'i in the Sentinel's classified column J. B. Magruder & Son
I II I and get a tenant. Daily Sentinel i

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A bill to be entitled: an act to
Louis C. Massey, President. preserve the purity of the under-

ground waters of the State of Floridafor
T. Pteton W&rlow. VkeJ'ra. $ WAISTS How* aabiirS
the of the health
protection public
Samuel A.Newell Au't artier
Heard C. Babcock, Aii't Cuhter
Section 1. That the term, Underground -

waters of the State, when

THESTATE used in this act, shall include all un-
What is theCHRISTMAS
derground water within the borders of

the State of Florida whether flowingin
underground channels or passing
BANK through the pores of the rock. SAVING
Section 2. No municipal corporation

person or persons within the State,,

shall, after the passage of this act,,

use any cavity, sink driven or drilled,, CLUB ?

of Orlando well now in existence, or sink any

new well within corporate limits, or

within five miles of the corporate

limits, of any incorporated city or

':THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND town, or within any incorporated city, Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematicallysave

town or village or within five miles certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance
thereof, for the purpose of drawing
any surface water or discharging any that they will receive a check two weeks before

into the underground watersof
The Bank which transacts more business than sewerage the State, without first obtaininga Christmas for every penny hey.have saved.

any 'Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa written permit from the State Boardof

Section 3. Every such permit for

: 'The large patronage of this Bank ,has been built up the discharge of sewerage, or surface

: .during twenty years by conducting its business on sound water, shall be revocable or subject You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

modification or change by the State
careful attention to the legitimate
banking principles Board of Health due notice afteran
wants of customers. The confidence of the public investigation and on hearing, and an The 2 cents the first C[ 11 r> p i

is reuected in the large amount of deposits opportunity for all interests and per- week "club" nets you ." |
sons interested therein to be heard I
Average deposit Pint Quarter tt* 1918, $900,000. thereon; said notice or notices being

served on the person or persons owning
maintaining or using the well, cavityor

i FOUR t PER CENT PAID ION SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur sink, and by publication for two
weeks in a newspaper published in the

county in which said well, cavity or

sink .located.; The length of time
banks. located in- part of
correspondent are every
after,the receipt of the notice within Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more folly, {
the ,world and indude some.of the largest 'Banks in the which it shall be discontinued may
be stated in the permit All such per. or better still join some club now. '
United mits, before becoming operative, shall

be filed in the office of the Clerk of

the Circuit Court for the county in
-- which such permit has been granted.
f SEPJI'S'.AG.tDF\lY I Section 4. For the purpose of this The Peoples National Bank"It

act,.sewerage shall be defined as any
The rej ort.made by.tae.special auditor -
substance that contains of the
';The annual .commencement waste products or creratniitious of is a pleasure to serve you."
:Joseph's Academy was held last evening ''examinatkn-all books.and accounts
human beings or animalsSection
and,the Convent Hall 'was filed I ought[ 'to be very gratifying to every
5. Every individual, muni-
with friends gathered to witness the :dart payer. He not only finds that .... .... -
cipal corporation or company, shall \"' "' ''' ''' ... ... .'\\0'\0'\0'\0'\0'\0\0 "V\o _
:presentation,(f diplomas to those'completing thE accounts discontinue the discharge within. the
their studies in the Grammar finds the (t: ,.has a large balance to
corporate limits or within five milesof
School, Misset Agnes. Karsf. r, Mabel its credit LMiiilMMIiltliiMliilHIMIMIMIiittMMMMIIIttllllHMIIMMIIHIMMMN. "
the limits of
corporate any -corporate -
Lundgren, Marie Floyd, Fcrne Gross, He shows the total assets,of the cityto
vdty or town or within unincorporated -
; ; any
i Ernestine. Pratt,and Alice Bullock. 'Le $161,329.50 and the total liabilities -
city, town or village or
The program was, excellent, including to bt '$67,900 leading to thecity's
within.five.miles thereof, of sewerageor P. YOWELLThe
several rem itations, piano solos, credit The sum of $93,429.50 I
surface drainage into any of the
.Duets and trios, and.a pretty ribbon Of ,a'urse this must not be under- .
underground'.waters of the State within -
.drill. A .chorus(composed of the entire stood to be all actual aih in the
ten days.after having been so ordered -
sfchbol several numbers while treasury. $115,975.70 covers.the valueof
:the.pupils whoseuiames sang .were Fiances city real estate.and other"propertyall by.the State Board of Health. Big White Store
Section 6. Any municipal corpora-
':Terry, Henrietta Rock, Antoinette of which is inventoried at a very
f ion, private corporation, person :or
Mayer, Ella SpeHnun, Bertha Daw- moderate valuation, and part of it,

.son,:MibtiJ Lundgutn, Agnes Kamper, such as the cemetery is income property personsthat.shall discharge sewerageor ;
surface .drainage, or permit the
Isabel gooney, Marie Barksdale, Marie ; Having $45,353.80 available
same to ;flow into the undergroundwaters
'Wes ott, Minnie Voters, Willie and funds,.although the commercial value
of the .State, contrary to the
:Edna Beck, Valeria Nedley, Eleanor 'iof the other Hen; .of assets .if .converted >
provisions.of this act, shall be deemed
'Thompson, Ward and Fern Wads- into cash would perhaps ex-
of misdemeanor and shall .
guilty .a
worth, Shirley Speer, .Lillian Rush, Ruby Gordon, Mary and : inventoried 'thus i increasing this ac- upon conviction be punished by a fine
of twttjtfrMfive .($25.00) dollars for:
'WUUfi'Hawwif,,Edwin McDowell, Otto' tual assets of the cit :. S
each offense .and the of the
Baier, Luther Smith, Edwin Diuau?! But Jew Cities can make as rood .
prohibited act for each day shall constitute -
Robbit Barjs'file and Aaron Kanner showing as Orlando.
The total bonded indebtedness at a :separate offence, or by imprisonme&t -

''trAm: .COMPANY WANTS YOUR this time, is 53,000 and the city's not exceeding one month,
notes for or both ,at the ,discretion of the
ATTENTION street work money is $14,900 .
Mr. Mitchell is a very cqmpetent Court.
Section 7. All Jaws or parts of lawsin
Elsewhere .in this in ning's paper man and has had wide experience as Watch This Space
conflict with .the provisions hereof,
will be found ,a notice .from the : an auditor and he speaks highly ofOrlando's

Water Company orgardinfthe use of financial condition.He are hereby rtpe 1ed.

water for springing pui.poses at males no criticism of the man-
boons forbidden ,by the rates of the ner in which the business .has been LUCERNE THEATER THURSDAY. :
done but MMIMIillHMMI MMtlllMMMtlt*
eompJDY makes some valuable sug foJ'SPECIAL

It is a well know fact that .many gestions. He thinks that the finance Great Spectacular Picture. lilllMMIIIIillM MMMMMMM

people Jet their sprinklers tun half committee should satisfy themselves -RETROGRESSION" (Broncho I

the night while .some leave them run that all bills are Correct and then Mature) An exceptional two reel

all the night. These people do not do I "O.K." them before they are paid. feature. A dramatic subject of pathetic :

it because they enjoy violating the Plenty of evidence can be furbishedthat tenderness, portraying how a '

rules, but because they do not stop he is right about this. wayward son goes through the bitter : PRICES!

to consider wkat it means. Suppose On the whole Orlando's financial conflicts on a man's hardest battle :

every property owner 'would do .that condition is such that every citizen hrougl; life to condemn. Thewrotan :

very same thing. What would happen may point to it with pride. through life to overcome the demon '

to the water company, and what I| With the rapid increase of taxable "Curse of Drink" A picture of supreme :

would happen to the city in case ofa I property and the building of brick acting with a plot well laid :

fire? The rule is a reasonable ore streets which will lessen our annual and carried showing some of the I

intended for the protection of all. Lei I expense for up keep, Orlando will be most beaetiful scenery imaginable. : S

us obey it without the enforcement. able to retire all her bonded indebt- Truly a moral lesson. One which :

of the penalty edness ahead of time. very man woman and child in Orlando :

Every citizen should be stirred with should witness. Remember, I

MISS ROCK'S NAME OMITTED \.enough pride to do something to don't miss this, for when you ice a : f

I bring about the Greater Orlando and "Broncho Feature" you see the best :

Through an error, the name of Miss t hasten the day when we may see the to be had of the motion picture industry :

Henrietta Rock was published in the last coupon clipped. : -
Sentinel of the winners of the music "CUPID'S CUPIDITY" (Gaumont) I -

prizes of the St. Joseph's Academy.Miss NOTICEThe I A lively and mirthful farce-comedy- :

Henrietta has made remarkable rami. a laugh in every scene. :

progress in her studies during the This is a picture program that (an.I N. P. YOWELLThe

past term and her name should have regular monthly meeting of not be equaled. no matter where you : i
the Woman's Relief Corp will be held I
been among the first of those receiving may go.Lucerne. I
honors. at the rooms of Mrs. Sperry on Pine the show that's worth :

: street, Thursday By order, June Mrs.5 at Sperry.3 p. m. while. .. Big White StorePeople .1

i Manager Ludwig has awarded the I

Capt. J. W. Wilmott and family Emmett Porter, who was convicted contract for the Sarasota Ice and :,. " ,. .. .. " ,. " ,... " .1
wish to express their sincere thanks at the last term of Criminal Courtof Electric Company's new 200.horse- ,. .
-- -
the kindnesses shown them breaking and entering a home in power steam engine to the Erie IronWorks
for their many late bereavement in the Apopka was taken last night to the and for the dynamo to the in search of good, clean, A full carload of tiling for the floors I the work. All other
during entertainment will find it of the new Louisville & Nashville work at the de-
Reform School in wholesome,
Mariana Sheriff Western Electric
by Company. Work onthe pot is now
death and burial of Fred, Jr rapidly
I Frank Gordon. new plant will be started within tonight at the Favorite theater. The senger depot, reached the city yes- including the nearing completion } -

sixty days. A boiler plant is being 1 battle scenes of Virginia, a picturef terday and this morning this long delayed the depot, the gates fence enclosing
CARD OF THANKS installed to burn coal instead of wood. Southern life and Sheridan's ride work will be commenced. The furniture installation rAf'
A modern new six-story hotel is tobe and beautifying the
-Sarasota Note in Times-Union. j jShanibarger's for: five cents. delay in laying the floor was caused Within two weeks ground,
erected in Miami. Work will
Words fail us in which to expressour com- most ot the work
thanks for the many kindnesses mence on the structure early in June.It by the sub-contracting firm which was should be finished-Pergolaur-.
l life into business by
shown us in the loss of our little son, will be constructed of steel and for bicycles and Put new your to do the work failing and it was naI
Sentinel ads.Shanibarger's
Frank. May God's richest blessingsrest concrete and will be absolutely fire- Sundries. tf ising necessary to award the contract to -

upon each and every one of you, proof. The building is to cost $70,000 another firm and the latter then had Shanibarge for
exclusive of furniture. This will give Shanibarger's for bicycles and for bicycles and bicycles and
is our prayer. tf to secure the material and for Sundries.
sundries. prepare
'' Frank Pounds and Wife. Miami two new large concrete hotels. Sundries. tf t1