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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MA28,1915.: NUMBER 91.

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IN A PANIC LONDON,BULLETIN MAY-27_-':IT IS OFFI- I,Will NOW? TAKE ABODE IN SPAIN "RINKS" IN I \ \

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SIR HENRY JACKSON
Submarine Approaches Turk Italian Situation Becoming Too
.. HAS BEEN APPOINTED FIRST SOUTH IHE1SI1ILEIRYNEAST
Capital and Ejects Torpedo SEA LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY Dangerous for His Holiness

Alongside Turkish JACKSON'S APPOINTMENT AS -Australian General
FIRST SEA LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY -
Arsenal REMOVES ALL DOUBTAS Dead FORMAL OPENING TONIGHT

TO THE POSSIBLE RETEN- BUILT BY C. A. -- --- -
LONDON, MAY 27.-THE ADMIRALTY BULLETIN: -
TION OF ADMIRAL FISHER IN
ANNOUNCES THAT IN THE POST. BOTH CHURCHILL, MADRID, MAY 27.-IT IS REPORTED IIOVEY U. S. S. NebraskanAt STRIKING SI ('CESSES INFIGHTING :

" OF MARMORA HERE THAT TilE POPE
A RAID ON THE SEA
WHO WAS FIRST LORD OF THE AROUND

THE BRITISH SUBMARINE ADMIRALTY, AND FISHER, WHO HAS DECIDED TO LEAVE ROME HAS MORE THAN 8,000 SO FEET Liverpool PREM\SL:
E-ll SANK A VESSEL WITH A WAS ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET, AND TAKE UP HIS RESIDENCE ,
GREAT QUANTITY OF AMMUNITION IN SPAIN THROUGH THE DURATION _
HAVE NOW BEEN DEFINITELY BULLETIN: :

ABOARD TORPEDOED, THEN A CHASED SUPPLY ELIMINATED FROM THE CON- OF THE WAR. Electric Piano Has Been In- LIVERPOOL, ENG. :MAY :27.-- PARIS REPORTS GAINS AT ARRASBoth
AND
TROL OF THE NAVY. stalled_Refreshments Will THE AMERICAN STEAMER Nr-;
GEN. BRIDGES DEAD
SHIP OFF RODOSTA RAN AN- BRASKAN, WHICH WAS DAMAGE -
OTHER SHIP ASHORE, AND FINALLY LONDON, MAY 27. THE WK Be Serv ed-E\'cry !) BY AN EXTERIOR EXPLOSION Paris and Berlin Agree
ENTERED THE WATERS H. M. S. Princess
OFFICE TODAY ANNOUNCEDTHAT
AccommodationSkating OFF THE FASTNET ROCK : That Germans Purely on
AROUND CONSTANTINOPLE AND GENERAL BRIDGES COMMANDER -
,
TUESDAY NIGHT ARRIVED IN
DISCHARGED A TORPEDO ALONG Irene Blown Up OF THE AUSTRALIAN which has again become LIVERPOOL TONIGHT., Defensive in Western

. SIDE THE ARSENAL ENTRANCETO DIVISIONS ON THE GALLIPOLI popular throughout the North and THE DAMAGE TO THE NEBRAS- Theatre of War

THE SEA OF MARMORA HAS BULLETIN: PENINSULA, WHO WAS MORTALLY various other portions of the world, KAN CONSISTS OF A HOLE IN

BEEN SOUGHT BY THE FRANCO- LONDON, MAY 27.-II. M S. WOUNDED IN AN ATTACK BY has struck Orlando, and tonight devotees HER STARBOARD BOW 30 BY 15 i I London, May 27.-The AustroGerman -

.'c BRITISH FLEET FOR WEEKS. PRINCESS IRENE WAS BLOWNUP THE TURKS AGAINST THE AUS- of the roller glides will havean FEET. SHE WAS DOWN BY THE :,: armies of Gen. Von Mackensen

CONSTANTINOPLE IS IN A PANICKY IN TilE SHEERNESS DOCK TRALIAN ('OSITIONSIA Y 17, opportunity of having their inning. HEAD AND THE FORWARD DECK i,I have pierced the Russian front south-

4 CONDITION. YARD AT 11:15 THIS :MORNING HAS SINCE DIED. The skating rink will be opened this HAS AWASH.MR. I['east of Przemysl, while the legions of

AND MORE THAN 150 PERSONS evening. It is one of the finest rinksto I II Ninsingen, striking from the southeast -

BRITISH BATTLESHIP SUNK ABOARD WERE KILLED. ONLY Immense Advance by Allies at Sed el be found anywhere.It I LESTER .\. BEEMN i have broken through the Czar's

ONE OF THE CREW WAS SAVED. Bahr was built bv' Mr. C. A. Hovey r\INEI; HU MK. .\M ENTEI.I i lines near Stryj.
.: LONDON, MAY 27.-THE ADMIRALTY IT IS BELIEVED SEVERAL MIEN Athens May 27.-The allies in the and has over 8,000 feet of maple wood :\1.\TII EIt-SIITII I These are striking successes reported -
ANNOUNCES THAT THE of Eed el Bahr have advancedten in an official statement issued from
EMPLOYED ON THE DOCK YARD I region floor to glide over Three hundred Mr Lester A. Beeman entertained I
B.TTLESIIUIAJESTIC HAS kilometers (six and a quarter of skates from which to make Vienna tonight.
ALSO I'EIISIIED.YESTERDAY pairs last evening at his' delightful country
BEEN TORPEDOED AND SUNK IN i:i'es' ) and hold a fortified line between i your selection Excellent music from home in honor of Mr and Mrs I I Berlin says little concerning 'the

TilE DARDANELLES, ALTHOUGH Krithnis and Atchi Bahr. I fighting in the east.
$1,000 electric Iath-I
RECORD FOR COLD a piano. er-Smith, of Oakland. The I
THE LIVES OF NEARLY ALL ONBOARD
The German war office, however.
The refreshment stand will be
WEVTHER IN NORTH pre- tertainment of the evening was danc-
WERE SAVED. Allied Fleet of Great Value states that at last reports the troops
s'ed: ov.:r by Charley Rock, Jr. ing, which was indulged in on the
THE MAJESTIC WAS OF 14,900 Athens, May 27.-Counter attacksby of the Teutonic allies were -
Philadelphia.The thermometer in No admission! will be charged to- large and spacious porch overlookingthe progressin
TONS DISPLACEMENT AND NORMALLY Turks have been. repulsed with northeast of Przemysl and in the
night but after this date it will cost
,
, this vicinity went as low as 44 degrees lake. Mclntoah's orchestra furnished -
CARRIED A CREW OF 737 heavy losses; by the allied fleet, whichis district of Stryj.
ten cents to be admitted at the
during last night, a record for you the music which was excellent.
MEN. bombarding the Turkish positionsday I i In the western arena Paris reports
niJ'h! ,
:- May 27. In northeastern Pennsylvania session. During the dancing punch vv<.o scivedfollowed : '
IT WAS BUILT IN 1895; AND and night. The allies have occu- No admission will be to I farther gains of the French forces in
charged
there was a heavy frost. hated by an ice cream course.
WAS ONE OF TilE OLD PRE- pied numerous positions as a result of morning and afternoon sessions. the bloody sector north of Arras
About hundred
one guests were pres- !
DREADNOUGHT CLASS. IT COST a bayonet attack. Skates 15 cents. Children under 14 ent. Here the French troops are said to "'
$4,581,910. Watertown, N. Y.-A killing frost
have taken the cemetery of Ablain
years will not be admitted on the floorat
A WIRELESS FROM BERLIN covered this section last night, doing South End, Eng., May 27.-Another night. There will be three sessions CHILD LABOR CONFLUENCE the position being strongly organizedby
SAYS THE MAJESTIC WAS SUNK great damage to gardens. The ther- raid made this Germans and to have
Zeppelin was upon daily, 10 to 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30to OPENS progressedeven
OFF SED EL BAHR. mometer touched 29. town last night. The entire town was 10. beyond this point.Berlin
San Francisco, :May! 28.The elev-
illuminated by the bursting of shells Messrs. Roy McCracken and Earl annual conference child labor takes an entirely opposite
enth
Turks Terrorized by the Incessant Ogdensburg, N. .-The ground dropped by the air craft, but the ma- Gore, two of Orlando's popular on view. The German statement says
young opened here this afternoon at the Pan-
Dardanelles Attack here was frozen hard last night. terial damage caused appears to have the and the French attacks at this front and
gentlemen, are proprietors, ama-Pacific exposition with a mass
Paris.-A Havas Athens dispatch been less than on the occasion of the that in itself that the"ery against the Souchez and the Neuville
is a guarantee meeting at which Dr. Felix Adler ofNew
says the action of the allies againstthe Detroit.-Frost was reported in various last raid. v best of decorum will be observ ed. York presided. Among the speakers lines were repulsed with heavy loss to
Turkish positions on the Darda- places throughout Michigan to- A revised count shows that only the attacking forces, while to the
were Paul Scharrenberg, of San
A' nelles Straits is continuing vigorously. day, but a high wind is believed to one person was killed, Mrs. May Fa- ESTEKI1 RESULTS William south of Souchez no decision has been
Francisco Mrs Florence
Kelley, -
Reinforcements are being broughtup have prevented serious crop damage. bin, who was here on a visit. A num- reached in the fighting going on there.
E. Harmon of New York and
,
constantly, and the Turks appear ber of people, however, were injured.II. National League Both statements agree, however .
Senator L. Owen, of Oklahoma, and
terrorized by the incessant renewalof
Lockport, N. Y.-A killing frost did New York 5, St. Louis 6. Edwin Markham, the poet. that the Germans are purely on the

the attacks. severe damage to the strawberry crop L RUSH SHOT AND BADLY Brooklyn 2, Pittsburg 0. defensive in the western theatre while

From time to time the British and and ruined millions of tomato plantsin WOUNDED BY DR. E. Boston 0, Cincinnati 6. JOINT MEETING OF COMMITTEES directing all their energies toward

French artillery throw a veritable hail this vicinity last night. Grapeswere LARTIGUE Philadelphia 8, Chicago 5. TONIGHTThe crushing the Rusians: in the east.
of shells on the Turks.
also affected. The damage to Gainesville, Fla.-A shooting thatis American League Board of Trade committee, the

vegetables will reach half a million greatly deplored occurred here Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 8. Board of Health and the City Commissioners 1'laSBrrEHLHUIEN DO .\
Aviators Menace Rhine District
dollars in Niagara and Orleans coun- Tuesday night in the heart of the Detroit 2, Washington 8. will meet tonight at 7::50 GREAT WORK
Basil, Switzerland, May 27.-Near-
ties. The thermometer registered 29 business district, as a result of which Chicago 8, New York 2. o'clock at the council chamber to dis- Newport News. \'a.-The Southern
ly day at almost stated hours
the every German inhabitants of the Rhine degrees. Ice formed on standing II. L. Rush, a well known young man Federal<< League :uss matters pertaining to the city Presbyterian general assembly took

district have seen French and British water. who, it will be remembered lost his Pittsburg 6, Buffalo 9. water. up the remaining business on the

aeroplanes over their towns. The wife by death recently in a sanitariumin All others, rain.Southern. docket early today with the hope of .

' Jacksonville, where she was carried League being able to dissolve the assemblyat
t number is increasing. PUBLICITY BILL PASSES for an operation, is suffering from a Atlanta 9, Chattanooga 3. ODDS FAVOR VILLISTAS the close of the morning session.

Italian Government Secretive bullet wound in the left side, and Dr. New Orleans 3, Nashville 4. Few matters of importance remainedto

Rome. How the of E. Lartigue, one of the most prominent Mobile-Little Rock, wet grounds. be considered, but a large numberof
organization Orlando Bill Will Go to Governorfor physicians in this section of Florida \Iemphis.Birmin, rain. Battle at Monclova Has Been routine items were to be disposedof.
the Italian on a war footing is
arranged is army a secret, and the govern- Signature in Few Days was served by an officer with recognizance South Atlantic League Raging Since Noon of May: There were no social features on

ment has prohibited the publicationof -Has Referendum papers pending an investigation Charleston 2-4, Macon 6-2. 21th-Large Forces* today's program.
Bond was furnished in the Columbia 4, Columbus 5. The subject for discussion at the
in in Conflict
any details relating to it. Without Clause It
of $500. Savannah 3, Jacksonville.
transgressing that order it may be sum devotional service this morning was
The shooting took place about 8:30 August 3, Albany 3; 8 innings, "Thirty or One Hundred-fold Which"with
A
said that the new scheme provides for By C. F. Johnson Laredo Tex., May 27- telegramreceived
o'clock, on the sidewalk, north side of darkness. Rev Eugene Abbott, of Fulton,
Neuvo Laredo
five armies not necessarily of equal The Sentinel Bureau, at tonight an-
strength, each forming a separate Tallahassee Fla., May 27 he court house square and, so far as nounced that a terrific battle is rag- Mo., presiding

command, and ready to take the field The Orlando publicity bill was could be learned, the first knowledgethat TELEGRAM ANNOUNCES DEVTII ing at Monclova between the Carran- The report of the foreign missions
f' came to those in the vicinity at OF MRS. S. B. KUIILA committee showed total contributions
on different parts. passed in the house last night with zistas and Vilhstas which began May
the amendment providing for refer- the time was through the noise of the telegram to )Ir. B. T. Kuhl this 24. The Carranzistas appeared before during the year of $; H,162. of which

i FIRE LAST MGIIT WAS AN AUTOMOBILE ring the question to a vote of the tax morning Monclova and after a battle de- gave $87,165
'A
the bullet penetrated the side, near B. Kuhl who the widow of Mr. The of the women's
AT S. A. LAt nay ers of the city. The bill will go was I feated the Vilhstas, who retreated, report auxil-
to the governor for his signature ina the heart, and up to noon today had Ed. Kuhl, one of the most public spirited -I the Carranzistas occupying the town iary was the most encouraging in the
8 o'clock last evening the fire few da)s. not been removed, although physicians citizens Orlando had during the Resterday the Vilhstas returned witha history of the assembly.. The contributions -

department was called to the S. A. L. The Himes-Wood highway bill was had attended the wounded man early 90s. After his death the family strong force and began. another at- t during the year are as follows -

station where an automobile had passed by the house this morning and several hours. An X-ray was em- moved to Texarkana, Ark, where I tack. The battle has been in progress 1 :
fire. The of the fire
caught source has been sent to the governor for his ployed: this morning and the bullet they have since resided and where since :yesterday noon with odds favoring Foreign missions, $103,570; assem-

was unknown. The automobile was approval, haying passed several weeks was it is reported, located. It is not Mrs. Kuhl's death occurred at the i the Villistas recapturing the bly's home missions, $21,663; synod's
When the
badly damaged. fire start- 'go in the senate. The bill providesfor thought that the wound will prove se home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank place. home missions, $10,177; Presbytery's
ed, presumably from gasoline or oil.
rious. HilL home missions, $23,237 .
the appointment of a state road ; congregational
a woman was in the car, but she escaped ommission to exercise directory pow- I No statement was given out by I CITY COMMISSIONER BUYS LOT home missions, $32,257; ; Christian

injury. The name of the owner ither party last night or so far today GRAND DREW .V FAIR CROWD ( ON LAKE CONWAY education and ministerial relief fund,

was not ascertained, although it is ers.Each other than that Dr. Lartigue said LAST EVENING $10,579 Sabbath school
1 board of county commissioners II. Carl Dann announced yesterdaythat ; extension and
known he was a representative of the are required to report quarterlyo that he was compelled to pursue the Those who were fortunate enougho Commisisoner H. C. Robertsonhad publication, $2,348; schools and col'eees -

Uneeda Biscuit company.TO the state road commission and a action he took. attend the Grand theatre last even- purchased a REAL lot on the $3,007; Bible cause, $654; orph-

state supervisor will inspect all the ing saw a captivating production by ; banks of Lake Conway. Mr. Dann I tns' home, $8,368; miscellaneous benevolences -

MNTAIN NEUTRALITY good roads constructed in the state. DEATH OF GEO. W. STERLINGMr. he World Film Corporation, "The has a few lots left but they are sell- I 8140.r'02. Total, $-H2I ,'.}!\:!.

London, May .-Sweden, Norwayand This is the beginning of the estab- Geo. W. Sterling, of Gibbons lancer and the Kin;;." There were ing fast. Total, 1914, $410,423. Total gain,

Denmark have sent to Italy Ger- 'ishment and maintaining of a good Nebraska, died yesterday in Formosa, ome thrilling scenes in the picturess I 32559.

many and Austria formal notification roads system throughout the state. aged 55 years. He was a member of well as good comedy. KING ON SURPRISE PARTY Amsterdam.Th? city of Ghent

of the Scandinavian nations' determination It is believed the commission will secure an old and prominent family in the i London.-To encourage the produc I now occupied by the Gerr":ns, has

to maintain strict neutrality. federal aid for state highways. state. The remains were prepared by' Columbia records of the world's 'ton of war munitions King George commenced striking iron coins. The

The state barber examination bill Undertaker Hand and, accompanied greatest musicians. Prices ranging and the crown prince are making a first issue consists of half a million

THE WEVTHER assed the senate today., being a law ;0)y his widow, left yesterday over the from 65 cents to $7.50. Get the latest series of surprise visits to the works. fifty centime pieces, half a millionone

Florida: Thunder showers Friday "nshioned after the Georgia law on Vtlantic Coast Line for his old home catalogue. Curtis & O'Neal, book They are received with great enthusiasm franc pieces, and 2 OOOO two"raic

1 In3 .looably Saturday. same subject. : -':ere the interment will take place. store. _: : pieces.






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PINE CASTLE NEWS IGOU WOULD TAX AUTOS ON- I
t tt t CARRYING CAPACITY I Edison's Latest Is Telescribe; !

Pine Castle, Fla., :May 26. Mrs. A. Tallahassee.-Senator Igou has prepared I
t N. Crutchfield, after a visit with her a bill to amend the automobile Records Phone Conversations:
t: mother, Mrs. N. T. Hansel, left last !\;'tax law on machines on a basis of the THESE
! Wednesday for her home at Grace- carrying capacity, instead of on the

,. vine.r horsepower of the engines used. The I New York.Thomas A. Edison, at j\I useful, the phonograph more valuable. i[ t
Mrs. Nancy Harris left Wednesday bill provides the following rates Any sixty-eight, announces the perfectionof and both more necessary." HOT DAYS ,
for a visit with relatives at Kissim- car used in the state for a period of telescribe, a combination of tel- Had there been a telescribe at either I
mee.F more than fifteen days shall pay the ephone and phonograph, by which the end of the transcontinental wire
F :Miss Frances May left here on following license tax: For cars of one telephonic conversation of persons between the White House and the .
,[ Wednesday for Tampa and other or two passenger capacity, used for 3,000 miles apart can be perfectly re- Panama-Pacific exposition when Pres PHONE I
places on the West Coast, where she :hire $10; three to five passenger, $20; corded on a wax record. Its comple- ident Wilson spoke the words that
will spend the summer with relativesand six to ten passenger, $30; eleven to tion gives -Mr. Edison the credit for opened the fair, his sentences might
friends. twenty passenger, $40; twenty or more than 1,500 inventions and more have been recorded and perpetuatedfor
I The Misses Vesta and Edna Ward I over, $60. Automobile trucks for patents than ever have been issued to posterity. I Us to send you a dozen bottles Ice Cold
of Lakeland are visiting their aunt I hire: For trucks of 1,000 pounds carrying any other individual.'ith After the words of the telephoning
Mrs. J. B. Smith, at Pine Crest hotel. j capacity, $15; 2,000 capacity, \\ the telescribe, "canned evi- persons are recorded on the wax rec- "
E Mrs. G. C. Miller had as her guest $30; 3,000 SaO; up to 5,000 capacity, dence" of a litigant's own words in ord it, if important enough, may be
l over Sunday her sister Mrs. W. A. $50; over 5,000 pounds, $60. Cars for his own voice may be heard by a jury. preserved or it may be used 100 timesif SHIVAR
. Joiner, and Mrs. T. H. Lamb, of Kis- owner's use: One to two passenger I The telescribe consists of a sensi- the intelligence on it is taken by a
[ simmee, the occasion of their visit be- $3; three to five passenger, $5; six to tive telephone for desk use with controlling typist and the record "shaved." What
ing the celebration of Mrs. Miller's ten passenger, $10; eleven to twenty buttons to operate a record- j is known as a "telescript," a patented
e( birthday anniversary. capacity, $15; twenty-one and over, I ing machine nearby. It is so sensitive form somewhat similar to a telegram, Ginger Ale
; Mrs. B. L. Griffin of New.Smyrna, $25. Trucks for owner's use: 1,000 and so adjusted that the slightest vibration is signed and mailed to one of the
!I. is visiting at the home of her sister, I pounds capacity, $10; 2,000 pounds is recorded. parties that has talked, should he de-
( :Mrs. Jos. L, Sundy. capacity, $20; 3,000 capacity, $30; When he invented the carbon tele- sire an exact copy of the entire con-
r Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall left Monday 4,000 capacity $-10; 5,000 or over, $50. phone transmitter and the phono- versation. In case of a long distance S1.25 Per Dozen
,t[ for New England points where All cars are to be exempt from pay- graph, thirty-eight years ago, Mr. Ed-I telephone call which involves considerable f ..
. they will spend the summer with relatives ing other state or county license .
any I ison conceived the idea of the expense, in the absence of the
; and friends, and look after their tax than enumerated in this bill, dur- scribe. More than a generation of invention I J person desired, one in the office need I .
| business interests there. nig the same in which such tax
year and scientific development is !only to prss a button and the person
f Mrs. Chas. Liverfgood left Monday shall be paid. The bill eliminates altogether centered in the new apparatus, which ,at the other end may speak what he I
for Charleston W. Va., to spend the the state registration tax. :\1 r. Edison says "the world will soon I has to say into the phonograph to be I City+ Drug Store
t Under this law, not than two ,
summer. I more recognize as a great commercial as- [ listened to later by the person for
r Thursday evening some of our I tags will be necessary, the one for set. It makes the telephone more :whom it was intended. I
E young people enjoyed a hay ride tol' state and county and another for city j
J. L. DEAN Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDACAREY !
Orlando, and the "movies. There tax in the incorporated towns levying ,
; were sixteen in the party, chaperoned such a license. The bill will lower the
i by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman. As tax in some cases where high poweredcars
f Orlando was at "Pinafore," our young are used with small passenger -
Y folks had the Grand to themselves. carrying capacity.
, The ride to and from the city comprised I EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
f the fun, and on the homewardway 'PERRY WALL BESEECHES GRADUATES I
the party stopped at the homeof I I TO ACCEPT DUTY
[ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Roberts, at AS THEIR GUIDE r
Drennen, where Mrs. Roberts had pre- I' Tampa, Fla.-Perry G. Wall, in ad- HAND
pared refreshments which were dressing the class of 1915 of Hillsbor- Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
[ joyed to an elegant sufficiency. en-j ough at the Tampa Bay Casino, laid
were played, and then the especial emphasis on the demand for FUNERAL DIRECTOR
t F home was resumed, and the evening !!a steady and never-ending march forward with plenty of Foliage '
r was pronounced one of thorough j: in the educational system of the AND EMBALMER '
t pleasure. I I't nation. He beseeched the graduates and Trees. .,
J Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and Dr. I It j I to always take duty as their guide >
t and l\ rs. G. T. Bennett attended theft .and make their every effort tend to.
commencement exercises of O. II. S., I the betterment of the-nation. ,--- Price $2000.00 I All calls answered Promptly Dayor
ft going up in the former's new auto. I He pleaded for better compensationfor .
a Many from here will attend the dedication the teacher. He told of the importance I i Night. Hand Block.
| services of the Orlando new I of keeping only the best of
f Baptist church next Sunday. :talent in charge of the young men
t Miss Stella Harris will give a party I j I sand young women of tomorrow. Either C A. HOVEY Orlando, Florida.PHONE .
[ Thursday evening for the young folks a pension and provision for retirement -
F of the village at the home of her parents I or a salary that would enable 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
t Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris, on them to save something for the future -
' Lake Conway. I was his recommendation. I.
r Saturday evening, May 29, the Bap- j J I To athletics he ascribed the growing "
tist Ladies' Aid Society will give a ; school spirit and patriotism with i '
fish fry in Aden's There will which the -
grove. :young man and young wo-
e also be motor boating on the lake. |man of this time is imbued. They Try a Sentinel/ant Ad Sentinel Want Ads Get Results I
. The ladies extend a cordial invitation ."develop a spirit of fair play, and the
E to the people of nearby communities !pride in the school develops a com- .
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i the friend fish and other good things I I nto the floiwer of patriotism," lie
: that they will have to sell and also a i said. C l nia] Hill
t ride upon the lake in the moonlight.I 1
The ladies are trying to raise the debt j I DOLT FORGET PUl--e Ice
- on the seats for the new Baptist j! BOARDMAN'S SELLING OUT SALEis I Ii Ii CrearrtI
f church. They were forced to incur ; on the HOME STRETCH. Only a I II
f- this debt in order to have the church 'IsO short time left and the following ex- I! I II I
meetings could be held in it. Everything j I treme prices are quoted to move the i I| !
You hear about Co- When
balance of the stock quickly: you want PURE ICE
i else had been paid for but ;| | For Party
Everything in yard goods at just CREAM call for HAND'S. If "
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: .;;eats so they put the seats in and half price. !lonial Hills.
? now they have to be paid for, and it i Children's rompers, half price. \ 1 you don't believe that we take Clubthe
You read about Colonial
Ladies' skirts I -
and shirt waists, half i
IS a good sum for the seats are very price. j I greatest care in its manu.e'make our Ice Cream from
t. handsome. So it is hoped there will'] Bovs' shirts, half price. j I Hills. I facture come up and watch us Church.Social: ,
tubercular tested All
be a good turn out Saturday evening. i Men's hats half price. cows.
Any ladies' hat for :Coc.Iloys' ; I You talk about Colonial make it. Youil1" be surprised cans, moulds and everything School 1 SOCidIat 1
; suits and extra pants at half Hills. the care every detail is given.
!
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; LACE \\n EMBROIDERY
i price. j used in the manufacture of our Lodgeyou
. You will find just what you want I j I A few ladies' coat suits that were i Sooner later Any kind you want, any time .
here. Among the new ones is the :j| $15 to $25 now $5 for your choice. or you Ii want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril
yard wide alt-over lace. We have I Get busy while there are any left. will buy in Colonial ized. PicnicOrder
from a quart
these from 3Sc. up. Slemons'Iilli- F. N. BOARDMAN, up.
nery and Dry Goods Store. 5-27-3t 5-23-24-27-20.!) Orange Ave. Hills. Why not NOW! You are cordially invited to
Hands Pure
. It: will give you satis- inspect our factory at any

$8050 faction and profit. time. Ice Cream
to CALIFORNIA I r

BOTH EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG I
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For tickets, reservations, descriptive literature, and CARL DANN HANDS ICE CREAM CO.
full Information 'phone, wire or write to ,
H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent

134 West LOUISVILLE Bay Street &( Boll NASHVILLE Phone 1G7)) RAILROAD Jacksonville, Fla. Chicken supper, Baptist L. A. S., PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street
Let Us Plan Your Tour and Arrange Details Saturday night, 25 cents, Pine street,
opposite P. O. 5-26-4tc

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1 v' FIRST 100 PERSONS ENTERING THE SOUTH DOOR ORANGE: AVENUE: THE OPENING
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A 1 i DRAWN BY SOME CHILD FIVE NUMBERS FROM THIS ONE HUNDRED.

... 4 ; FIRST NUMBER WILL BE LADIES' PARASOL
11 SECOND NUMBER: WILL BE DRESS PATTERN ,< ,!...
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everyone said they never had bought goods so cheap before WELL, THIS JUNE SALE will be as goodor

better than last year and that is saying a lot. We have over $1GOCGO worth of steel en hard LOW of the

very best new goods of this season, which we have to move out and move now. The Big Store must

turn its stock every season and while we have had a good season, we still} have lots too iruch on band

now. To do thebusiness we do our assortment has to be big! and we naturally]] :rave to have a lot left, so

we are going to give them to the people at UNHEARD-OF PRICES.



OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT consists of the- OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT has all the latest ;. 1
., prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all
is showing all the new things Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles and models in the famous Modart Front Lace, La- *;-;
kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits, Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H. & W.Tr; I
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears. Waists

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assort- receiveda '
OUR MILLINEY
DEPARTMENT has just
OUR THIRD FLOOR is store house of things that
a
ment of foot for Men
wear Women and Children in 'i
South Florida. great assortment of big bargains in the newest Head- delight the heart of the lady of the house, for she can get

OUR GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT is a wear of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the

marvel of completeness for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT is well stocked in all of kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves
Collars, Ties, Underwear, The Famous Kuppenheimer and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Dra-
Line of Clothing Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair I the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use.
Suits. In fact, everything for a man to wear. peries, Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and everyX?
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to .
thing else ;you can think of in large variety. This entire
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT: has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
} things to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers, Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at sav-
had at other places. liderwear that wonderful. ;
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tt | STARTLING SILK PRICES CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha .
high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new
________ ONE LOT SILKS, consits Messeline:: Foul-
i. SILK POPLINS, full wide wide in black and fancy shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price $1.19
ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price _____89c up
------ CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, better, fine soft
none to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale __________50c
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finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price $1.00
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CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially priced
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, for this sale:
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________5Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
June Sale Price
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CREPE quality ------------------- $1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________84c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to
METIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautiful
soft shimmering silk with a high radium fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________93c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c,
ish, black, white and all colors, $2.00 and $2.50 CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy special to clean up inour June Sale ------__2oc
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l DAILY WHAT HEADLINES OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING NOTICE I:

CAN DO.There .
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Florida Sentinel
' South
are many ways for Orlandoto Today's Sentinel is replete with the Section 8 of Chapter 4888,

: MORNING AND WEEKLY get into the limelight and news- advertisements of most of the mer- Laws of Florida

: r:. GLENN .............._.......Editor paper headlines, but there is no better chants of Orlando, and there are some Notice is hereby given that Vine
"* C ESSINGTON _Bucinn Manager
way than to secure conventions. Dr. rare shopping opportunities containedin Harding, of Orlando, Florida, pur-
chaser of* tax certificate No. 1228,
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida went to News he will these advertisements, which care-
Stagg Newport
;
as Second Class Mail Matter. dated the 5th day of April, A. D. 1892,
. return in a very short time. When it ful and discriminating buyers will has filed said certificate in my office
SUBSCRIPTION RATES was announced that Orlando would readily grasp. Read all the advertisements and has made application for tax deedto

' Daily.Daily 6 1 Months Year .:::::::::::::::::::::: JS.OO 2.50 get the Presbyterian assembly for carefully.; issue in accordance with law. Said OUR SHOES
............. certificate embraces the following described -
Months ......... 1-25 thou-
Daily. 3 1916 the flashed to ten
Daily. 1 Month ..._................... .W news was property, situated in Orange
and cities and as newspapers TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY county, Florida, to-wit: Southwest
-Weekly-1-Year- ...................... $1.00 many of northwest section .
will have such headlines as below: quarter quarter _
ALL SUBSCRIPTION'S PAYABLE IN :31, township 22 south, range 29 east.
) ADVANCETO --ol'RESBYTERIANS- WANTED QUICK-Second hand ice The sad; land being assessed at the
TO GATHER IN box, 300 lbs. capacity. Apply this date of the issuance of such certificatein
_ ADVERTISERS: have turned stock five
ORLANDO office. 5-28-1tc the name of unknown. We our over

CVPT. for display. and all other haadsetadverUsinr Unless said certificate shall be redeemed times since we started just fourteen
mnt be handeo in at the boniness
office .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Florida City Is Chosen for Next Contention LOST-Pink cameo brooch, with dia- according to law, tax deed
the day before publication. This rule applies by Assembly mond pendant. Good reward if left will issue thereon on the 29th day. of months ago. We haven't a pair of shoesin
. to chances for contract advertising; it is at Sentinel office. 5-28-3tc June A. D. 1915.
Invariable and will he strictly adhered to. -Tampa Tribune. stock now that we had then. There's
Witness my official signature and
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f- Subscribers desiring; The Sentinel discontinued --0- FOR SALE seal this the 28th day of May, A. D. a reason, of course, and one not very hardto
! should notify the office in writing on ORLANDO PLUCKS FINE "PLUM"
the date of expiration otherwise it will be 1915.Seal. of leather absolutely the
find.
Types
f continued at the regular subscription rates Hupmobile runabout, recently over ( ) B. M. ROBNSON,
until notice to stop is received. Will Be Meeting Place Next Year of hauled. In best of condition. A real Clerk Circuit Court, Orange latest and last
L Telephone Numb ...................... 24 the Southern Presbyterian Gen bargain. Address "Hup," care of the County, Fla. best, styles absolutely the ,

F. Sentinel.' 5-28-3tc 5-28-4wks. but not least, being able to fit comprehensively -
eral Assembly Selected ,
FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915. ;
Today -- any form of foot.

The more fault you look for the -Tampa Times.PRESBYTERIANS Can you wonder at the phenominal popularity -

_ more you will find. --0-SELECT of these two departments, Ladies
GRANO
o OPENINGTONIGHT
Because a man talks shop it is no ORLANDO AS CONVENTION and Men's? .

sign that he is revolutionizing trade. -CITY TimesUnion.DAILY IN 1916.

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In traveling the road to success o
FORD JOKE.
some people always want to cut across
Smith and Jones each decided to

lots. o buy a car., Jones said that he was In the Ladies' ShoeDepartment

ir going to get a Ford, but Smith said,
from
A man must suffer frightfully
"No jitneys for him"-he was goingto
: insomnia when he can't sleep even in
buy a $2,000 car. They both bought -
church.
their cars and after about two months
o
Jones was driving down the street in We.feature exclusivelyJ. -
After its retirement to get up
his Ford when he overtook Smith
steam it is nearly time for the Rus- THE T. COUSI SKRIPPEXDORF
walking ,and asked him if he didn't
sian steam roller to start again.
want a life. Smith got in and they & DITTMANN
o had about block when he said,
t In these days of automobiles, the gone a THE NATHAN D. DODGE.
"For the love of Mike, what is that
man who walks three miles along a
rattling?" And Jones sez, sez'e,
country road is regarded as a pedestrian
of great ability and endurance.If "that's that $1,500 in my pocket thatI ORLANDO SKATING RINK

saved when I bought this car!"-

o Clearwater Sun.ADDITIONAL.
Men's ShoeDepartment
In the
you know of any school boys or o '.

' girls who want to work during the

i vacation you should make an effort to LOCALSMr. Cor. Orange Ave. & Jackson Sts. '
for them. Ambition
procure places F. S. Russell and a party of

)i of this sort should be encouraged. friends arrived in Orlando yesterdayin McCRACKEN & GORE Proprietors

o their touring car from Jacksonville. We featrue exclusively-
S An that the life of
exchange says
After spending several hours with
shoe is about six weeks. But
an army friends and driving about the city, JOHNSON & MURPHYC.H.
the Detroit Free Press hastens to de-
they left for Bowling Green, intend- 8000 feet smooth Ma-
f clare that some army men only wish square as as glass. ALDENJ.
.
ing to spend the night at Kissimmee.Mr.
: they were sure they could live that S. FRENCH
wood floor 300 of
long. ple to glide over. pairs
Herman Hassler who has been

r o spending some time in Orlando with skates from which to make selection.
; A man's greatest cross in matrimony your
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hassler, at their
r is the torture of having a woman home on East Anderson street, left Fine music furnished by Electric Piano. Re- J
around the house forever picking
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic A Refund for the

: up things and putting them in their Coast Line for Connorsville, Ind., freshment stand presided over by Charley
t- "right places" where nobody can find
where he will spend the summer I

them. 0 months. Rock, Jr. No admission charged on opening MenThe


Tallahassee has given a banquet to Miss Bertha Huelsenkamp, of Havana night. After this date general admissionto
t the men who secured the Dixie high- popularity of refunding ONE DOL-
Cuba, and Miss Nina Phillips, of
way for that city-Commissioners Key West, graduates of the Cathe- night sessions will be Oc.t skates 15c. LAR of the purchase price on Men's
Belcher and Saxon and Ex-Gov. Jen

: nings. Belcher and Saxon certainly yesterday.dral school The returned young to ladies their homes have :I No admission charged to morning and after- Shoes over the amount of $4.00 exceededour

displayed the neutral spirit they *.
; yes been attending school here and have expectations on Saturday.
did-not! sessions. Three sessions daily 10
many friends who regret to see them noon to "WE'LL CONTINUE THE REFUND FOR

A pretty girl dropping o into an editorial i leave. 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10. THE WHOLE OF THE WEEK"

t room for a chat can cause I Miss Pearl Patch, sister of Mr. A.
more smiles in five minutes than a ftI
A. Patch, the efficient and accom-
whole day will bring under the gen- modating teller in the Peoples National -
teral work-a-day grind. The old fellows -
l Bank left yesterday for the mountains -
try to look set and solemn but of North Carolina, where she i
they are usually listening to what is will spend several weeks. Children Under 14 Not Admit- I

being said. 3

o Mr. Paul R. Banks left TtIE
yesterdayfor
ted the Floor
Terry G. Wall has been at Tallahassee on at Night
Toledo, Ohio, where he will join
looking the boys over. When
his mother, Mrs. G. R. Banks, who
Mr. Wall gets into the senate race in III
left Orlando a couple of weeks ago
earnest he is quite likely to eat all 1 I
or that state. They will spend the
other candidates. Mr. Wall 'has
summer there, returning to this cityin
brains, and this coupled with a silver 1
the falL I.
tongue similar to Demosthenes makes

him the most formidable man in the
Miss Nell Kinzel, one of the popular 1IIp1lllUUtttt
''
senatorial arena.A f
teachers in the Cathedral school, .

o this left yesterday for her home in Council nr l
Minnesota paper reaching
office yesterday contains the follow- Bluffs, Iowa, where she will spend

the greater part of the summer. Her
have
ing: "During the last week we Ill//iii
the brilliancy many friends in Orlando hope to see
enjoyed or suffered rather,
her back in the falL'
weather the again
of ideal May ,

chills of December, the winds of
Mr. and Mrs. M. McCain leave
March, and the rains of April. Some A.
variety, well' I guess, and it keeps a today for Orlando where they will FOR RENT AND SALEThe The necessity of a hose combining dur-

person on the fence most of the time spend a couple of weeks, after which ability and quality is now recognized by .

they: will proceed to Cleveland, Ohio, !
whether should HOSE
wondering they return everyone. In the EVERWEAR you '

to their furs or continue with their summer home. They expect to obtain not only a article of standard merit ;
in the fall have Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America
return early as they
the B. V. D.'s accepted about a month of relief from t,
but a positive assurance
ago. We have had frost three nightsthe interests here and are much attachedto Street. Lot 671332House is modern and containsseven i
further hose .lOur
Lakeland.-Lakeland Telegram.Mr. annoyances.
past week, and it was raining a
,1
rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and
includes the latest shades '
stock
new
great part of the time Thursday.
oCOXGRATULATIOXS I Fred W. Kettle, representingthe bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. k and weights for men, women and children. 1-

Thomas Advertising Agency, of I ki Try a pair and be convinced of the superior 1:
Jacksonville the visitorsto '
ORLANDO. was among i
merit of this hose.DICKSON"IYES. ,, .
Pleasing indeed was the announce- Orlando yesterday. lie was herein

ment received yesterday from Newport the interest of the Florida Citrus ,

News that next year's meetingof Exchange, which is to hold its annual

the Southern Assembly of the Presbyterian meeting in this city June 11th. Mr. I

church would be held at Orlando Kettle is a member of the Florida
S.Y.WAYInsurance
the Beautiful.The Press Association, and is connected

decision is cause for congratu- with the Homeseeker and Florida

lations to Orlando, and even greater Farmer, St. Augustine.

cause for congratulations to the Presbyterian -I and Real Estate Agent N CO. i

delegates who will have the I I Guests registering at the San Juan !

pleasure of visiting the progressivecity. hotel yesterday included: E. Simpson -i

A. E. Hartcorn, F. L. Zills, New : PHONE 172

Both Orlando and Florida are hon- York; H. T. Howard. M. A. Vogel. D. .DEPARTMENT\ STORE. \

ored, and it is hoped that other or- P. Simpson, A. G. Payne. E. Dennis ..

ganizations of the same grand type : Jacksonville; L. A. Gobel, Tampa; W. .. t tORLANDO'S

will select Florida cities as meeting B. Gallagher. Ocala; B. D. Hiers, I 1
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
places in future 'ears.-Tampa Times. Gainesville; T. B. Boatright Dayton, I
o Ohio; L. C. Scheffnacker, L. C. Mars- ::1 The Store of true service, of never-failing cour- :

It is thought the Maitland-Winte ton, Baltimore' ; L. C. Utley, O. G. I tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer- ;

Park road will be completed August Elder, Harry Jarrett, Hal Estes, A. E. chandise, at right prices t

1. The work of laying brick on the Harris, Fred W. Kettle, L. II. Baker, \ .

Maitland end of the road started Jacksonville, and C. IL Jones Zell- "-
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s 'f J I Sanford today, where they will em- of the sweet girl graduates at* the Ca-

9""I bark in Mr. Beeman's trim pleasure thedral school and she and her father

I rkni thwirtj IFAVORTE THEATRE j : 'yacht, "Lucile," for a cruise in the 'have many friends in Orlando who

waters of the St. Johns river visitingthe hope that they will continue to honor

I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission I i famous fishing grounds, and Jrlando with their presence.0 .
points of interest. -
0. THE SOCIAL CALENDAR the members were properly appreciative 5 Cent !
\ of the efforts which had been put An interesting program has been
SOCIETY NOTES i: for the 5th of
prepared July at the
Friday, :May 28. forth for their comfort and pleasure. .. . . . . ..1. OF INTEREST. !! and the
Club, is
Executive board meeting of the Civic Yesterday's luncheon marks the clos- Country day being
\. League, 10:30 o'clock San Juan ing of Rosalind activities until the TODAY'S PROGRAM Mr. A.1.. Jones and his accom- !.eagerly anticipated by club members.
; hotel. GRANDTODAY The sixth episode of "Exploits of plished daughter Miss Mdrian, of An all day tournament will be held,
in October.0
first "
Thursday "
-()- Elaine, entitled "The Vampire.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES \I j -- "Shorty's Adentures in the Mayfield, Ky., who have been resi- 1 and a large crowd is expected both
AT CATHEDRAL' SCHOOL. ;KIL KARE KLUB. A Broncho special feature, Cit.1 dents of Orlando since early in the for picnic dinner and supper. Card

Wednesday evening marked the Yesterday afternoon the Kil Kare parts. fall will leave tomorrow for Tampa ; tables are to be placed on the porch,
"A Ride for a Bride. A Keystone where they will sail on the :Mallory and at some time during the day an
closing exercises of commencement Klubr met with Mrs. W. E. Gore at comedy.
"reek at the Cathedral'! School for her home number 3 East South street. Five big reels in all. Line steamship for New Orleans and amusing mock trial will be had over
Prices, 5 and 10 cents.OSTEOPATHY. from thence will cross the continent which Judge Cheney will preside, and
Girls. Cluett Hall presented a bright i Eleven members of the club were .*****?
to the Western coast where they will prominent lawyers participate. After
the hour
and animated appearance as predfent and a delightful time was enjoyed -
: t take in the sights at the Panama-i'a upper a three-act auiie\iUi. com-
for the presentation of diplomas to by all. The guests were entertained ii.BOSWORTH
class i 11 r <'ifk exposition. Miss!! Jones wau'i. *i.", timed on pace: *>)
the drew A
graduating near. \J with music. guessing con-
,Friends and relatives of the happy test also contributed to the merri- -

seniors were gathered from every- ment. The usual literary wprit ivas *v K a i Aom asrrsCT
DR. J. C. HOWELL
where to see the final exercises which accomplished. During th /afternoo IF.
; \ Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon'
"GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
life in / U
should complete their school delicious cake and punch 'e served Kirksville Graduate
1 the C. S. G. ::by the hostess. The next regular \ INC., PRESENTS Consultation Free

... On the stage the nine graduates 'meeting of the club will/ e June 10, : Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
were seated in a semi-circle, with when Mrs. E. H. Nest\ will entertain DUSTIN FARNUMIN HoteL -

Bishop Mann and the principal, Rev. i the members at 8 E .Livingl Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 ID. :

\IMr.. Cobb, in the center. Back of ston avenue. Orlando, Fla. I
i iLJ4jN I i
them were the faculty Deaconess i "CAPTAIN COURTESY"A I
Parkhill (a former principal) and :Mr. UNITY CIRCLE ..
story of the :Mexican
Geo.. :McCulloch, of the school board. :, CLOSES SEASON. occupa- v.t J':
The exercises opened with a hymn, Wednesday afternoon the last meet- tion of California, 1840-4G /' J\i

the creed, and prayers, followed by ing qf Unity Circle until after the L_ '-./ h'i\ ))7
LucerneTODAY ;
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the of the < -
graduates. held. The usual :
essays summer season was + .....
s' as 2. .
Four of the girls had been excused : routine business having been finished, t --.... il,{/
.
at their request from giving their essays -i'an. interesting program was given. At -. ."....... ._s- :.,.- I I.'.f
'r,
the remainder of the program the invitation of Mrs. Mahlon Gore _

being as follows: j'j "be members adjourned to Merck's, o TABLE SILVERWARE 0
Essay (salutatory), "The First where delightfully refreshing cream
Americans," Marguerite E. Hodgson j j nd cool drinks were served. Thei in chests for presentation purposes,
"THE PASSER BY"A or silver tea sets odd pieces etc., all
Essay, "Jacob A. Riis, the Philan- ]i Circle will resume work on the first of the latest designs and best qualityare
thropist," Nina H. Phillips. Wednesday in October. Selig Special Feature com*' D on display at our store and we invite -
Piano solo, "Papillons" (Schumann), FIVE SPLENDID REELS you to come and examine these
Alice Braly.' MAID OF HONOR plete in two parts."BREAKING. articles. They are really works of
art and yet most moderately priced.
Essay, "Dreaming and Doing," Ma- FOR SOUTH.
rian Braly. "The loveliest girl in Tennessee" is 10 cents 20 cents ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Chorus, Cathedral School Glee Club. what Southerners say of Miss Sara IN" ,
[b. .d)
Essay, "Marcus Aurelius," Alice Morris Leach, and because her beautyis A Vitagraph ComedyDrama.THE ==3E==1OE A At
Braly. of true Southern type, she has been
1 Essay (valedictory), "Non sibi, sed named by Gen. Bennett H. Young, j
__ STEP BY STEP
omnibus," Ella Taylor Slemons. commander of the United Confederate I '. __ _
SURPRISE OF MY ; .
i Conferring of diplomas, Right Rev. Veterans, to serve as maid of honorat LIFE have we climbed in the paint business
Cameron Mann, D. D. the annual reunion of the Veterans, An Essanay Drama.A r ;r ) until now we are at the top. Hard
I
Announcement.The to be held June 1 at Richmond, Va.0 i '.\I work, honest prices, fair dealing and
blessing, the Bishop. -- i -J pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
Bishop Mann in his presentation AFRICAN LECTURE, 1 contributed to our success. Every
address expressed his deep interestin METHODIST CHURCH. -_ article you purchase from us is backedby
the school, and especially empha- An illustrated lecture was given at GOOD BILL our personal guaranteeJust

sized his appreciation of the high the Methodist church last evening at ..- OUSE name your wants and leave the rest
standard which the school maintains. 7:30 o'clock by Prof. O. E. Rice of to us.

Each of the fair graduates was almost Sutherland College. The pictures for FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS pA 1JT Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
lost in the masses of beautifuland i this lecture were taken by Bishop
fragrant flowers which friends j Lambuth during a recent tour throughI ROOf GARDNr [ BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL 205 S. Orange Avenue:

r had brought as tributes of love. After South Africa, and are intensely inter-
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the benediction had been pronouncedthe esting when accompanied by Prof.

graduates sang a class song, i Rice's illuminating sidelights.
which brought to a delightful end the |!, r
annual graduating exercises of the |I ASSOCIATED
Cathedral School for Girls for the CHARITIES.
year 1915.ROSALIND. The temporary organization of the FRANK- A. CURTIS WILLIAM' R. O'NEAL
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"THE FAITH OF HER
CLUBLUNCHEON. called to meet at the San Juan
Established 1886
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, to hear FATHERS"
A delightful luncheon yesterday afternoon -j I the report of the special committee oni
marked the close of another i i constitution and by-laws. It is important Complete in 3 parts. A real feaJure. -

season for Orlando's Rosalind Club. that all members of the organization -
CURTIS & O'NEAL
The closing festivity for the year was be present.
one of the most enjoyable of the many I J. B. Ley, chairman. \
pleasant affairs which the Rosalind -()-
.\ has given this season. The hospitality I'MEETING OF THE INSURANCE LOANS
committee for the latter part of I 1M. B. P. A. A. "CAUGHT BY A THREAD"A .

the month was Mrs. Florence Hudson,i I All boys who are members of the new way to find out where
chairman, Mesdames C. P. Dow, W. C. above association will please be at REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Essington, and F. A. Curtis, and Misses 'I the Baptist Baraca room on FridayI hubbby spends his evenings.A .

Hattie Hudson, Claire Robinson, I night, at 7 o'clock. Important business -
Mary Holt and Ada Bumby. I| to come before the club.
The decorations were beautifully" i

arranged peutnias. The guests were J OFF ON ANOTHER ladies' beautiful silk Parasol "
seated at small tables where they CRUISE.

were served to three delightful j I Messrs. II. L. Beeman, Edwin Bee- given away at nine o'clock.

courses. The hospitality committee 1 man, and Jas. L. Giles will go up to For Sale
outdid. itself on this last occasion and (Continued in fifth column) ;
10 cents 5 cents .

t Keep Beautiful House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. PricePONT .,

We have the Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

\ 450000. A bargain. j
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OFFICIALS OF FLORIDA FARMSCO. I ITEMS: FROM TAFT AN ACTIVE DEMAND FOR LOTS '

LETTER TO THE SENTINEL PLEAD GUILTY I CONTINUES'

Word is received that Mr. J. II. Tice Orlando realty is still on the move
FROM STATE BOARDOF Kansas City, Mo.-Pleas of guilt I (whose serious illness was mentionedlast and from the number of sales that Where Is No. 10 E. Church St. ?

were entered in federal court here by week) died Wednesday, May 19, have, from time to time, been reported -

three officials of the Florida Fruit at his northern home in Pitman, N. J. it looks as if this will be the ban- OPPOSITE. DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE

HEALTHScreens Farms Company, to charges of conspiracy The sympathy of Post No. 37, the W. ner summer in real estate. Carl D.nn WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY,
to defraud the government in R. C. No. 6, and the whole community reports three sales yesterday, a lot

the conduct of a lottery in connectionwith I his extended to the bereaved family. t oMr. C. E. Vaughn, and one to M.M. AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT

and Health the sale of Florida lands. The Rev. R. J. Brewer preached an eloquent Evans, both of Concord Park, and
TilE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W.
Screens are as essential as roofs to men and the fines assessed against memorial sermon at the chapel one to J. B. Long, of Conway.The .

Florida homes. them were: E. E. Brevard, Lincoln, I last Sunday. lIe will also deliver an purchasers have great faith in L. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447

And the remark is quite as force- Neb., $500; W. S. Fuller, and AlbertD. address at the chapel for memorial Orlando's future and are buying for

fully applicable to homes in other Cart, of Kansas City, $1,000 each. services next Monday, May 31. Ser- the future.

states as to those in Florida. Indictments drawn nearly a year vices will commence at 2:30 p. m. '

The roof and walls keep out rain, ago against the men charged that Everybody welcome.C. I NEW NEPTUNE HOTEL. H.\Y- .

the dampness of night dews and the they, together with others now under II. Nelson is enjoying(1)) a severe TOXA BEACH, FLA. r -
Mrs. W. II. Delmore wishes to
indictment of of an-
disposed a
glare of the sun's rays. The screen- parts attack of rheumatism.Get nounce that the Neptune Hotel d:. ing
the good screen-keeps out several of tract of 43,000 acres of Evergladesland room is now open for the rummelea-
the common preventable diseases and by a system which was, in effect, son. Your patronage solicited. All Hammond &Gore
the news in the Sentinel
makes them preventable. Therefore, a lottery.
of the home is i I I firs'I
careful screening a
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
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duty, just as much as the roof and Just 'a: bungalow aprons, cut very I'
walls. full, perfect fitting, and we believe 'j
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the best you will Lnd for 50c. Slem-
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
The day has passed-although a ons' Dry Goods ana Millinery Store. ': ,.
good many people haven't found it 5-27-St I I

out yet when this substantial wire ; : COMPARE
IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUDICIAL I
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protection was merely a sort of lux- CIRCUIT.: ORANGE COUNTY. I

ury adding only to the physical com- FLORIDA, I I OUR FURNITURE I
fort of the home occupants. It has Ella E. Turnervs. t I C
Mortjcajre FOn Toture. '
become a necessity which is demandedby Alfred Sandlin and Mary W. San.llin. his \ > provide the quality furniture that has long
state law in hotels and other pub- wife; Walter Drennen Co., a con>oration: been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
C. I'. Wtuppie; Isaac I>. Sayre and William
lic places. Apparently we haven't yet K. Spruame Jr. copartnertrading as C. G. A standard of merit. If an article here it is good.

progressed to the point where we may Justice: and Co.Davul: Gulf LocLhart.Iron Works trading, a corporation as Orlando f.4 It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't nmkfI >

demand by state legislation that every I :..o..nlty'orl.s.. this point too cI'arit is one of thr tbundat on stonesof
To C. P. Wbipple:
man shall screen every outside It appear from the affidavit of J. E. Peacock Message this. business, and that means much to any buyer.
RLANDp I
door and window of his dwelling, but the ,complainant herein duly in filed the that above he entitled is solicitor cause for; To the BusinessMen No. 6 I --- -- .

we may come to it. that it is his belief that the defendant C. P.
Whipple is a resident of a state in the United of OrlandoA McNEUl fi DAVIS BLOCK '
fitted wire is
The carefully screen States other than the State of Florida to- ,
a barrier to germ-carrying insects. It wit: the city of Binerhampton. in the State of doctor making a start in a small town, decided that to be
young prosperoushe Ave.
New York: that there is no person in the Cor. Orange and Church St., Orlando. Fla.
keeps out the fly-the common house State of Florida, the service of a subpoenaupon mast look prosperous. He bought a new buggy and two good horses. Although ; 'a
fly, which has been called man'sgreatest whom would, bind such defendant, and he had only a few patients he always kept on the jump attending to his patients' I 't J
that the defendant is over twenty-one years smallest needs. People began to notice this young doctor driving about town and t '
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of T J'l::
most destructive enemy. This insect 'I You age.are therefore ordered to appear to this they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start-a start I
is bred in filth, and it spends its Bill on Monday, the 5th day of July. 1915. the that led to a comfortable practice. :

entire life in filth. It carries filth and I same U being i further a Rule ordered Day of that this this Court.It notice. be A town, like this doctor must look prosperous to be prosperous. ;

leaves its traces on whatever it touches. II'' published in the South Florida Sentinel a Clean streets, attractive store windows well-painted buildings and dwellings I
newspaper published in Orange county Florida give the prosperous air. Well-painted buildings are greatest of these.
Under any circumstances a knowl- once a week for four successive weeks., I It
edge of its habits and habitat makesit Witness, li. M. Robinson. Clerk of the Cir- ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
cuit Court and the seal thereof this the 17th
disgusting. Its worst crime against :day of May. A. D. 1915. Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead
(Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON Clerk.
humanity is its agency in the spreadof By M. A. HOWARD D. C. "
fever the J. E. Peacock. Atty. for Complt. urand
typhoid carrying germs i-21-4wks SHEETMETAL CO.

from the excreta of the patient and I Dutch Boy linseed oil make a most durable and protective paint that keeps ...
depositing them on the food of its NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR I buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and .
next victim. FINAL DISCHARGE j tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get in touch with your
i iIn dealer in the interests of prosperity. Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Therefore, swat the fly. Kill him. >.
[ Court of the County Judge, Stateof
Avr;d him asou would a pestilence, NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY N
Florida, Orange County-In re and Rubber Roofings
and in as much as even science has Estate of J. A. Kirkwood.
Notice is hereby given, to all whomit
discovered no means of obliteratinghim
may concern, that on the 23rd day Cornices Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
from the face of the earth, it remains of September, A. D. 191-: I shall apply NEW YORK AND RETURN -- -----
our serious duty that we shall to the Honorable Wm. Martin
minimize his work. No weapon i is' judge of said court, as judge of pro- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
more generally effective than the I ,'ate> for my final discharge as admin-
istrator of the estate of J. A. Kirk- $35.00VIA
close fitting screen by which the pest wood, deceased; and that at the same ,
shall be kept from the earth closets, lime I will present my final accounts!

shall be barred from food of every I as administrator of said estate, and
ask for their'approval..
kind, especially that which is eaten ,
Dated March 23 A. D. 1913.)
raw, without cooking; that he shall be J. B. WALKER, Adminstrator. "CLYDE LINE"ONLY The Orlando Meat Market
kept out of the home and away from 3-24-Gmo

contact with human beings, and that
his breednig places-manure heap], NOTICE TO CREDITORS DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLEFare T. A. YANCY, Manager
includes meals
and
and refuse piles, shall be covered se- stateroom berth
In Court of the County Judge Orange
curely. County, State of Florida-In re Es- Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

The mosquito is hardly less a men- tate of Eugene Brewer.To Final Return Limit October 31st Florida and Western Meats
all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu-
ace to human beings than the fly, and
tees and all Persons having Claimsor CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
the screen is effective against that, Demands against said Estate: Oysters Fish Poultry Vegetables G.'lmeEtc.
_
too. The crimes charged to this You, and each of you, are hereby for schedule and further particulars

winged carrier of trouble are the claims notified and and demands required to which present you,any or H. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

spread of malaria, of yellow fever, either of you, may have against the Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St.
and of other diseases. These offenses estate of Eugene Brewer, deceased, Jacksonville Florida PHONES Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
have been proved against the mos- late of Orange county, Florida, to the \ Residence$3\ Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
undersigned administrator of said estate --- ---- --- -
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quito, and its insidious methods of
within one year from the date
working have been discovered. hereof. MIMHIMM frfr millllilQIII MCIB .
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. The spread of these diseases was a Dated March 31, A. D. 1915. WE DELIVER THE GOODS --- -- -- --- ,

mystery, all the more to be dreaded FRANKLIN E. BREWER,

because it was unknown, until the real 4-l-wkly-8t Administrator.

made culprit to was confess dragged his crimes into the against light, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR DISCHARGE FOR FINAL i Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service i NOW'S THE TIMEto


humanity, and robbed of his power In Court of County Jud>re. Orange County I
State of Florida-In re Estate of Isaac 0
for harm, in large measure, becausewe Barber. Harley-Davidson Truck get ready for the rainy season.
Notice is hereby iriven, to all whom, it
may
knew how to fight him. PAINT YOUR ROOF AND STOP THE
concern, that on tlf 22nd day of November.A. LEAKS WITH
It is unlikely that we shall ever be D. 1915. I shall apply to the Honorable FOR QUICK SERVICE
XX'm. Martin. Judge of said Court as Judge FINLEY'S; GRAPHO BLACK ELASTIC HOOF PAINT
free--entirely free-from disease and ,
of Probate for my final discharge as Admin-
the danger of it this side the New istratrix of the estate of Isaac O. Barber, and $1.00 per Gallon atFinley's
that at the same time I will present to aid
Jerusalem, but a kind Providence has Court my final accounts as Administratrixof
said and ask for their PHONE 444
(estate approval.
put into our hands the means for lessening Dated May 21. A. D 1915.EELIZABETH .
sickness.: This knowledge has J. CUSWORTH. Pioneer
!i-!..lam0-60 Administratrix.
started a list of preventable diseases Good and Bad ii iiMIIMM 1
and it is enlarging list slowly and Chicken supper Baptist Ladies' Aid II Cigar Stores

surely, taking them from that other Society, Saturday night, opposite the CORNER COURT AND PINE STREETS

list which we used to regard as inevitable -I postoffice. 25 cents. 5-26-4tc I I.I.I..I.IIIIIH.IIIIII. .

and unpreventable visitationsof
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that same kind Providence.The .

near approach of another sum- IUSEfUC-GlfTS GRADUATES r
fOR
mer, the period in which flies mosqui- f : vi viSOUTh'

toes and other insect life thrive and .

flourish, makes necessary greater I I

caution in the care and preservationof May be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Books i I,

health. It will cost you far less to oi' Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets and many dainty books i i

provide screens-wire screens, for made for gift purposes. \Ve also have special Congratulation APOPKA SUPPLY CO.rWINTER

mere netting isn't worth the troubleit Cards for sending to graduates, either separately or to accom-

takes to put it up-for every out- pany other gifts. 5c. lOc. and 15c. each.
side door and window in your home,

than to pay the bills for even one case \v. S. BRANCH, GARDEN FLA.

of typhoid in your family, and in the ,
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possible eventuality of such sickness

it will cost you infinitely less grief.

And if your Ijpuse is already screened, I

p t, see that the screening in good SPRAYINGFor Can supply your want in every-

working order and that it is likely to

keep in that condition, and then and
thing to New
eat
WATCH IT.Burbank's. White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In wear. things

secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other :Mites

infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur and good things always Give us
Spineless Cactus Is the Compound.. ,

latest fruit, vegetable and forage These two will mix perfectly two
and sprayingscan trial.
wonder. It thrives a Ie.
even on sand,
be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
rocks
and sunshine
and solves the
insure clean trees and bright fruit.
i feed problem right for cows, hogs
r and poultry. Bears delicious fruit Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
and beautiful flowers. Send stamp cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and

for catalogue. Samuel T. Kidder. J you will have no regrets at the end of the season.


F f Monticello When you, Florida.want a corset w-4t-4-6., get one 1. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers SOUTH mm SUPPLY COMPANY


that is guaranteed not to rust, break ,

'. or tear-that's Warner's. Sold at
Orlando Florida
Slemons' Dry Goods and Millinery :
Store. 5-27-3t


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--ull1ber9 Tb acid Sllil11o.: 'SENTINEL We buy LADIES'our hats HATS from week to Site
week, so when you buy a hat from us
you get the very newest. We are now-
showing hats for summer, come in
WANTS and see them. We sell hats at prices
;I that you can afford a new one now
and then. Siemens' Millinery and
-. Dry Goods Store. -2.-3t Two

t The Morning Sentinel Want The Daytona Beach Hotel, under
Directory is the Greatest Want the new ownership and management
, ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. offers special summer rates. Hotel
, refurnished and redecorated throughout. Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. Sea foods a specialty. W. F. &

/..,.. .. E. R. Ayres, Daytona Beach, Fla.
RATES 5262twwktf. 136 with beautiful fron-
t: Plaster and Perfection LimeI For One Day ______________25t acres
Royal Cement, Agatite For Three Days ____________50c RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB tage on two lakes. Knock Out.
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.:)0 $15 per acre.
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
: This rate applies on all ads of
f 25 words or less. If the ad con- work guaranteed and neatly 60 acres, mile off brick road.
tains more than 25 words the rate done. Our work is the best .
will be one cent per word for and our prices are the lowest. )ver 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word for each in-
sertion.If This is the place to have your $20.00 per acre.
you can't bring your ad to old clothes made new.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c. See E. B. Bradlej Quick.
" GAS IS THE FUEL OF I DISAPPOINTMENTS counts payable opened the by telephone will be Suit dry cleaned pressed___60c.

: following day. Suit pressed _____________40c.
t Every Home-Every Business- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

Every Man has use for a pressed ____________50c
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Sentinel Want Ad. Mohair suits pressed ______25c. ,
'.. : We do ladies' work also. Giveus
AT.tkn! Block PHONE 504
FOR SALE a trial and be convinced.
Clothes called for and delivered.
FOR SALE-Studebaker
touring car,
5 passenger, in good condition; extra
equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue Phone 613. FOR 90 DAYSYou
You can be sure you will never be disappointed by Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.

your oven failing to do its share if you use a GAS 5-8-lmoc Get the news in the Sentinel first can buy foundationstone

A is always under control it building blocks, side-
. RANGE. gas oven your FOR S.LEBARGAIX
... may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of Six room house and one extra lot Dr. S. S. Jones walk tile, or anything in my
adjoining, 66x140; near in; house in line at reduced. Call around
bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out good repair. Price $1,000 cash or CHIROPRACTOR and let me surprise you on
terms. Worth looking into. Fred B.
just right. Dale, opp. San Juan hotel. 5- 3-6tc graduate Davenport College, 17 anr prices.
AND TOO it is economical. Turn it on when you need 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phom F. D. GORE
it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal dust soot A clean nice cash business for a 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ,
hustler on easy terms; requires only being restored to health by chiro
or ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch. small cash payment balance to suit practic adjustments, the new scienceof Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.

You will be interested in knowing all the improvements 4-9-tf purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel. removing free.the cause of disease.: 12-24-lmo Eximination I Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.

to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic .- -- ----

lighters etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man FOR cottage SALE seven OR RENT-Two rooms and story bath, Doctorsn11ChIIIUSlI'

to explain.ORLANDO. modern conveniences roomy porches, I
2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. (:, & BnimlarOSTEOPATHS ( ( ,
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DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
;\ FOR RENTFOR
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Office corner Orange Avenue and

RENT-Six room and bath furnished *t Kirksville. Mo. church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.,
bungalow. Apply at Orlando 132: S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples hone 419.
Paint and Wall Paper Co. 5-26-3tc
National Bank Phone S7s.

FOR RENT-One nice, cool,furnishedroom ----- --
cheap, for the summer; ladies PHONE 646
only. Apply 206 East Church. Peaches, Green
WATER & LIGHT COCAS *
> 5-23-Gt
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Corn FreshTomatoes

I FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- ,
DEPARTMENT or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc BARNARD & SON

BUYERS AND SELLERSI 17 Huphey Street Jrlando, Fla. We carry a full line
buy sell rent and excliange real 1210nOrlando I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., of Fresh Vegetables.Call .
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1 I over 30 years. Have handled over
I $20,000,000. Call and see me. and look them over

..I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Wood Yard

WANTED

Removed from Pine St. two blocks Hams and Bacon
WANTED-To rent house by the
r year. Must be modern, have sleep north on Railroad, west end Washington -
; porch, about five six ,and Comb
I intr or rooms St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat Honey
I, must be well located, close in. State
:''fit ion and rent in answer. Address all times. .
Service will Service will Resident; care the Sentinel. 5-25-tl; I Strictly Fresh Eggs

May Start IlOth Pllllp Slllll'fil IT W U tPIl L May Start 10th I Ia' WANTED having fifteen POSITION years experience young man in B. W. KINGSLEY Jams and Jellies

'ienartment stores desires position
Olives and Pickles
where ability and merit would warrant j
advancement. Best'references.. I PHONE 344 I II'
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

In all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who \Y TEU-nL to si. v in office CARUTHtRS & GORE

specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions'that demands \d.lr'ss mornings.Box Will 311.pay moderate,"wages-2j: I I

service in this line and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to 'I WANTED furnished house of 6 or I' DON'r WORRY" New Modern G Grocery

the business houses and residences of Orlando from Elder Springs located on Or- 7 rooms, by the 'ear. Large yard
pref rIed. Address C. P., the
lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs. I Sentinel. cae.5-26-tJ Phone 200
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Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a WANTED-One first class mule for
farm. State price, size and condi If you are disappointedabout 6 and 8 East Pine St.
COOLER Free of Charge. I tion. Address Box 553, Orlando, Fla. getting a new Eas-

Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. per,allon. 26-6tc ter Suit,we can put your

WANTED-To buy good clean rags old one in good condi-
at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf tion for such
just occas
No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots. $ 16.60
LOST-A small black velvet purse, ions.
containing $5 bill and some small
t change between Central avenue and
Church street, on Orange avenue.
.ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
Reward. Return to Sentinel. .
5-23-tfc. RICHMONDVA. '

THOMAS R. BAKER Ph.D. Dry Cleaning
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
Rollins College, Florida. Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please Steam Cleaning
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus Pressing and Repairing .
line. 5-13-tf
II. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando Florida.
Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary GET OUT on the porch and enjoy And Return
brought to me last week and have obtained the foil yourself while you live swinging in
an easy porch 5win Get one at Cut Flowers VIA
SPRING W Tracy & :Moore's 18 East Church St.
Only $2.50. Come and look at them.

COLOR ____________________________ _______cl:, 5236tcTO and Plants Atlantic Coast LineStandard
REACTION _________________________________r.;eu ECHANGE-For house and lot
FREE AMONIAALBUMINOLD _____________________________Non in Orlando lake front 1 mile from
.. \ AMMONIA _____________ Non railroad and brick road; 12 acres 9 Floral Railroad of the South
CHLORIDE _____________________________===6 P set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Designs
acres unimproved extra good land.
TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________________8 pa Mahlon Gore. ; 4-28-tfc Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd

NITRATES _________________________________Tra Final limit by extension June 30
IIARDNESS ______________________________38 Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait" at Young's Repair Stop-Overs Side Trips
The results of a water analysis that especially i Shop 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2.4lyreTRACY Violet Dell Florist.
monia albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses ;f t Variable Routes

of the body. & MOORE, CARPENTERS SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30
The absence of both free and albuminoid ammon House repairs of all kinds done For reservations call on
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs: J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the screen doors and windows a specialty; D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. t
office fixtures window and 509. 408 South Lake St.
good quality. garages ;
W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T.
A.
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.... door frames made to order. Get our
A very desirable feature ot tins spring v> .C' is! t
\, prices. 18 East Church street. A I OrlandoDR.
of the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonate
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo I
just about enough as many authorities think for supp. yi.,,. t I
of the body. Yours respectfully j PURE LElONADEIade from CLINT BASSPHONE I II
(Signed) THO:; __ Df\.KER. I choice lemons; the kind Sheppard. I I
used to make. For sale by G.1 375
C I Cooley, opposite Dann's Transfer, W. j
-- 'Church street. 5-22-6t* West Jefferson Street J I
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLICOn Successor to I
ELDER SPRING WATER CO.LO and after May 31, 1915 the !
undersigned barber shops will close at Hand Wood CompanyWood I ;
7 o'clock p. m., except Saturdays. L H. RAMSDEU. :
:AL REPRESENTATIVE Standard Barber Shop.
Gem Barber Shop.J. of All Kinds I OPTOMETRIST ;

\v. W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 R.. B.W.Harris.Bird.A. PROMPT SERVICE a ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDA LENSES :

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P. Jackson. ,
REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING
Royal Palm Barber Shop.
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== 1 Arcade Barber shop. 5-22-6tc OrnrA1

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Mr. Allen L. Weathersbee is spend-
ing today in Tampa on business.We TI E KEY To SUCCESS


have $1,500 to loan on good city JS-'lMONEY/'
property. Lord & Bradshaw. IN THE

5-28-1wc ;\\\.jil''f\ Jic
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Mrs. J. C. Merritt left yesterday for 'BANK
Walters Park, Ga., where she will
spend the summer. r,

25 cents pets chicken supper, Sat- eJj? -- I
urday night, opposite postotfice, Bap-
I tist Ladies' Aid Society. 5-26-1tc 1

Loyalty to the StateThe .
Mr. William Beardall left Orlando 1. I

yesterday for Jacksonville where he \ .
rigid State Banking Laws of Florida goes on business of a private nature. v
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must be complied with to the letter or we .. ., '*-
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New line of ladies' waists and ':
middy blouses at Siemens Dry Goods Jei\: :
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- and Millinery Store. 5-27-3t lll ,

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visions the depositors' money goes largelyto Mr. A. J. Payne, of Jacksonville, '/ASK'ANY MAN N /:

the development of home industries. was among the popular transportation .:.
men spending yesterday in Or- WHO IS SUCCESSFUL? #
Loyalty to the State-and the advance-
lando. HE'IX TELL YOU.
ment of your own personal interests-
Take your best girl to the rink tonight M V.': "..lrwT
should induce you to open an account with and enjoy yourself. Everything ...
new, clean and bright. 5-2S-lt
the
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Albert Fisher !left
Mr. yesterday
OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
State Bank of Orlando I afternoon over the Atlantic Coast Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account W
Line for Denver, Colorado, where he
will spend the summer. started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start

it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

I While the nights are cool and the the money. '.
L.i is bright out to the rink and '
.llh moon go
.L.i'r skate tonight. 5-28-ltc We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
tI"'r put in our bank and compound the interest every three
Mr. A. L. Mears, of East Orange, months.

., was among the representative citizens
transacting business at the county

metropolis yesterday.Your .
The Peoples National Bank
attention is called to the ad-
vertisement of the Orlando Skating
Rink elsewhere in this paper. 28-ltc "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Notts left yesterday -
for California where will
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attend both expositions, the Panama-
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Pacific and the other at San Diego.


'" The Woman's Exchange will close lot

June for their 1st. goods Consignors before will that please date. call 1'IIIIIIII'III'llll"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"1111111111111 1111111'11..'.. _.
5-::S-lt*

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Mr. J. II. Rafferty, district passen-

Rorch S ales with ger agent headquarters of the G. S.in &Jacksonville F. railway,

t was in Orlando yesterday in the interest -
II of his road. PACKARD MOTOR CARS


: The Orlando Skating Rink will be
thrown open tonight and you are cor-
I dially invited to come. Admissionfree r
--- tonight only. 5-28-ltc
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Mrs. B. K. Duke and daughter. Miss .
Winifred Brown, left yesterday morn- The Best at Any Price

njr over the Atlantic Coast Line for

# ')conomowoc, Wis., where they will
pend the summer months. Ask the Man Who Owns One

i Mr. Al. Ilolden, who holds a respon-
scible position with the Phosphate

Mining company, Nichols, Fla., after
St
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t visit of a few days to relatives and
I friends in Orlando, returned yester

+ day. Sold By

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Adkins, of Chattanooga -
Summer Pleasures without Summer Tenn., who have been spend-
Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and I ing some time very pleasantly in this ; San Juan Garage Company| .

moist. On the porch it's cool- I part of Florida, left yesterday over
i the Atlantic Coast Line for other
when the Vudors are down.
;opints northward.
Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer?
Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and I
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the ORLANDO SOCIETY
while It them. t '' " . .. . .
nerves you sleep. cures A I 11111'11 " " .L. ..
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but (Continued from page 5)
keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, 1 4
but not in through them. They l.ut-they keep posed of local talent, will be staged, -
"that new look,"for they're stained, not painted, nor and tl:..3 will be followed by a dance.


;- dipped.Phone us the size, we will hang yours today Mr. and Mrs.-C.-L. Niles returned I r WHO WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR?

last Thursday from a six months so-
journ in their winter home at Orlan'o I t
OSCAR HAND & SON
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Florida, a flourishing city of six "
or seven thousand population. They
PHONE 35HIIMIIIiMttiMilMtMIIMMIMMMItlM have enjoyed the mild climate. with I
'heir fresh Vegetables and the delicious
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products of nine grapefruit and :: -
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Utilt two orange trees on their own garden | :'t, '
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but after all it
lot seems mighty good ito ,
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them to get back to the old hometown I ; ,4/ '
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I and friends once ... ,- .,> .", ': ;I
mosa (Iowa) Eureka. \
more.-Ana'i Jo'L. ': .tr',... .
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Miss Mary Hyer even !
Valuable Diamond Lost ing from Decatur, Ga., where she has "E' I i "
been attending Scott Institute .
Agnes | :t':
r Miss Hjer was among the popular L !' .
young ladies gratduating from that

t institution this week. j .

How often this appears in the newspapers, the result -o- I
of Miss Pearl Harris, who has been .
a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby
one of the efficient teachers of languages -
having it examined at store at least
our once every
in the Orlando high school, J
I month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds left yesterday afternoon for her homein

t of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin I Okolona, Miss., where she will a

our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's spend the summer months.

profit. A trial will convinec you. -
Miss Zillah Shepherd, of Chicago.
'
end Miss Mildred Reed, of Lawrence.
J 't
-. Kansas who were among the popular
r teachers at Cathedral school, left yesterday -


f F r T. H. EVANSJEWELER tending Miss afternoon Jane the Cathedral Greene-for()-who their school has homes., left been yes-at- ll B Bauk & Trnt t C Gopally ll


i; terday for her home in Tampa where
she will spend the vacation period. OOflaildO FLORIDACapital
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z Mrs. A. R. Haile and daughter, of and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three h
Palatka, are being entertained at the of Million. Dividends
Quarters a Paid since Organization $72,500.00. :J11
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home of Mr.\ and
Mrs. W. S. Branch, t
fl ...-_1 -I - Nt') III '::Jll II I I. . I ...i 319 North Orange avenue. II 4

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