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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 29, 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 )
 Notes
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, SATURDAY, MAY '_'9, 1915. NUMBER 92.





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AUSTRIAN -BOAT HIT BY 900 On Champagne rENTERS PORT-OF HUSO AND


' ITALIAN GOES TO DESTROYER BOTTOM ; Imperiled DESTROYS AND LANDING BARRACKS : DR. A POLICY OF CONQUEST BY



{ RAID NANTES, FRANCE MAY 28.- BUSO C COMMANDER SURR NOERS I EXG&IllENT !
i ITALIAN AIRCRAFT IN BIG TIlE STEAMER CHAMPAGNE OF
KINDNESS TO REPLACE ONE
TilE FRENCH TRANSATLANTICLINE :

'. Hits Several Torpedo Boats at IS ASHORE NEAR ST. NA- Hoists White Flag-:Mobs in
ZAIRE. SHE IS BADLY DAM- ADDRESS
Mouth of River Ruduc, AGTTO. THE 900 PERSONS WHO Trieste Have Wrecked

Causing Some TAKEN WERE OFF.ABOARD HAVE BEEN" Italian Shops, Killed Of "WATCHFUL A WAITING"

Damage Many AT 30th ANNUAL E'.E

PARIS MAY 28.-OFFICIALS OF TELLS OF GRO\\ I -
ROME :MAY 28.-IT IS OFFICIALLY I ROIE1..\Y 28.-A DETAILED

ANNOUNCED BY THE THE FRENCH LINE HERE SAY REPORT FROM THE COMMANDER OF ROLLINS I Steamer Is WILSON ABOrT TO SPRING
ALL THE PASSENGERS ON LA
MINISTRY OF MARINE THAT OF THE ITALIAN DESTROYER
CHAMPAGNE HAVE BEEN LAND- NEW POLICY TO HELP
TWO ITALIAN TORPEDO BOATS SEEFIRO, WHICH BOMBARDED Sunk By Sub
ED AT NAZAIRE AND THAT SHORT SESSION OF I
ST.
ENCOUNTERED TWO AUSTRIAN TIlE PORT OF BUSO, ON TilE MEXICO
THERE IS NO NEED ANXIETY
SUBMERSIBLES OFF VENICE GULF OF TRIESTE SAYS THAT
AN ENGAGEMENT AS TO THE SAFETY OF THE VES- THE :;, MAY 28.-THE BRIT
YESTERDAY AND THE DESTROYER ENTERED Fif
Prof. Berkeley Blackman WILL SEND TO MEXICANSBy
ENSUED. SEL. THE STATE SHE WAS NOT PORT UNSEEN AND DESTROYED STEAMER SI'ENNYMOOIL

ONE OF THE AUSTRIAN BOATS TORPEDOED. THE BARRACKS AND STEAMSHIP ed President for TONS, BUILT IN 1903: HAS

WAS REPORTED HIT AND AN LANDING. THE COMMANDER Year-Other Notes SUNK BY .\ GERMAN SUB This Means lie Hopes to Win

EXPLOSION" RESULTED. A GREAT OF THE GARRISON HOISTED .
Reprieve For Five the CollegeThe Hearts of and Looks
CLOUD OF BLACK SMOKE WAS : A WHITE FLAG AND SURRENDERED CAPTAIN AND FIVE OTH People

EMITTED AND A COLUMN OF Mexicans WITH ALL OF HIS MEN WERE DROWNED. for Improvement in
exercises attending
WATER THROWN UP. THE VES- SPENNYMOOR WAS BOM

SEL IS BELIEVED TO HAVE TRIESTE MOBBED tieth commencement of BY 18 SHELLS FIRED Conditions

SUNK THE ITALIAN BOATS FLORENCE ARIZ, MAY 28.- ROME, VIA PARIS, MAY 28.- lege were held in the :\ TilE GUNS OF THE SUB- Washington, May 28.-President
WERE NOT INJURED.AN I TilE STATE BOARD OF PARDONS E AND THEN SHE WAS
AUSTRIAN MOBS IN TRIESTE Knowles Hall on Thursday
I'I Wilson today issued an appeal to the
ITALIAN DIRIGIBLE YES- THIS AFTERNOON GRANTED A .
HAVE WRECKED ITALIAN SHOPS attended by a large company general public to relieve the general
NOT TO EXCEED
TERDAY FLEW OVER CABENICO REPRIEVE
HOUSES. MANY ITALIANS
AND
and distress in Mexico
) AND THREW MANY BOMBS, HITTING NINE WEEKS, FOR TilE FIVE mer students, friends and suffering
THEIOBS' ,
HAVE FALLEN VICTIMS TO MACKINAW ON FIRE i'I caused by famine conditions.
SEVERAL TORPEDO BOATS MEXICANS WHO HAD BEEN SENTENCED of the institution. The
) VIOLENCE. Francisco, May 28.-The steam- Coincident with the issuance of thepresident's
AT THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER TO HANG HERE TODAY. TilE AlTIIOIUTIIRE REPORTED memorable in an unusual I
:\ is reporetd on fire off I appeal an authoritative
RUDUC. THE LAND BATTERIES TO HAVE FLED FROM fittingly closed another year 12 miles north of the
Keys, announcement was made from tho
FIRED ON THE DIRIGIBLE WITHOUT BAXTER CASE POSTPONED( I
TilE TOWN. history of the school. Gate. The Mackinaw was White House that the president may

RESULT. Sheriff Gordon received a message The faculty and graduates to Portland in ballast for in a few days issue a statement ron

yesterday afternoon from Sanford, LondonIay 28.-Sharp advanceswere various departments gathered of grain. She carries a crew the present situation in Mexico."

INDIANAPOLIS RACES POSTPONED informing him that the Baxter case, made by the allies on both wingsof negie Library, and marched i thirty. The public action of the presidentand

which was carried from Orange to the western front today. across the campus and into his promised statement causes

A telegram was received by Manager Seminole county, and was scheduled The British drove forward by an torium, to the Sentinel will be of extra size friends close to him to see an impor-

Moore of the Postal Telegraph for trial at this term of the court,has impetuous advance in the direction of War March from Athalia, Watch for it. tant purpose in solving the whole

yesterday stating that the annual In- been postponed. LaBassee on the left, and with the delssohn, played: by the Mexican situation by winning the

dianapolis- Motor Speedway- races had Alsace French Alpine troops fighting chestra under the direction Huerta people Mexico by generous

been postponed from today until Monday among the Schepfenreith peaks progressed Dyer, whose success in this
K SO 0 N-IVES GO. WILL help.The
May 31, on account of inclementand BUT SIX MORE WORK DAYS several hundred yards. been remarkable. The new policy of conquest by kind-

unfavorable weather conditions. The heaviest fighting of the day, opened by the Rev. Harold ness is said to be substituted for the

This is the first time in history that FOR LEGISLATURESenate however, won nothing on either side.It Billerica, Mass., a graduate BUILD WAREHOUSE old policy of "watchful waiting"

the races have been postponed. occurred near Angres, north of College, who had returned to It is believed if Wilson succeeds in

:Messrs. Rush, Estes, Holbrook and Arras, where the Germans are apparently family in Winter Park and getting into Mexico enormous amountof

Otey, of Orlando, who are at the Hoosier Discusses Bill for Co. De- apprehensive and constantly where so many of his Being ConsideredSructure food that will be necessary, and

capital, will be forced to wait un- to Replace Co. increasing their strength.The ter. at A. C. L. Railroad avoid its being commandeered by irre-

til next week. They will be given an positories French offensive took the ini- Dr. Blackman .\ and Pine Street sponsible leaders, there will be pro-
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opportunty to see where James Whit- Treasurers-Day of tiative last night and after extensive American reaction through the revo-
Dr. Blackman then
gave ; Feet
comb Riley lives and shake hands Quibbling artillery preparations of a violent 72x123 lution-ridden land.
the morning. He said that
with former Vice-President Fairbanks, character began a series of assaults 4)A Great gratitude is feeing manifested
not to be an address, but consid-
and probably hob nob with Gov. Ral- By C. F. Johnson :which shook the French front but Company are toward the government of the United
i Taking up a copy of the plans for the erection of a two
ston. The Sentinel Bureau, failed to pierce it.BASEBALL.
dress given by himself nearly States and its people by the rulers
warehouse the
fireproof at cor-
Tallahassee Fia. May 28.
and starving millions of Belgium and
I years ago, on assuming of the A. C. L. railroad and West
there remains still six
Although
FIRE! LITTLE DAMAGE RESULTS :dency of Rollins College, Poland, and this has led the adminis-
I street. It is expected a contract
more work days for the legislature,
tration to that similar
hope a feelingof
About 12:30 yesterday afternoon a man proceeded to read the construction of the building
the senate today consumed almost the
fire alarm called out the department.Some National League tions of it, and review be awarded in a short time and friendship may be created in Mexico -
entire session, both morning and af- New York 11, St. Louis 4. by similar service.
difficulty was experienced in light of the past thirteen } the work will be hastened. The
ternoon in getting through a bill pro- 1 3. If such feeling be created the
finding the blaze as the directionswere Brooklyn Pittsburgh His words of reminiscence a can
will be 72 feet wide by 125
viding for county depositories to re- Boston 5-6, Philadelphia 2-4. administration is inclined to believean
confused.
After driving out the treasurer whose of- ment on the past history of in length.1.. S. King is the
place county
East South street the fire was finally American League and on those who had been understanding may be reached be-
fice was abolished at the last Novem- Philadelphia 5, Boston 8. tween the United States and the war-
located at 408 West South, the homeof with him during those The structure will be entirely of
ber election. Chicago-Cleveland, rain. :ring factions Mexico which will result -
Joe Merrit. The fire was started rious capacities, were
and will be as nearly fireproof
the bill which
Late this afternoon ,
by a spark from a pile of burning St. Louis-Detroit, rain. teresting to all, and possible. The ground floor will be I ni a restoration of peace and or-
had been sent to the engrossing room
trash in the of Pearl Federal League der.
yard Henry. who have been
present
many
at the morning session, being the a level with the floor of freight
Fortunately, notwithstanding the delay Pittsburgh 4, Buffalo 0. ed with the institution for all which will be accessible to the
Woods bill, was returned, and after
the department arrived in time to All others rain. of that time, and for as the siding runs directly SPECIAL MEETING OF WATER
some argument as to the expediencyof
put out the flames, only the roof of certain provisions in regard to requiring Southern LeagueBirminghamMemphis who have been near enough of the proposed warehouse. The COMMITTEESAt :

the dwelling being destroyed. interest balances rain. intimately many of the thin will be equipped with an
daily ,
on was
New Orleans 4, Nashville 5. tioned. elevator. the city council chamber last
SKATING RINK put on third reading.The Mobile 2, Little Rock 3. M. O. Overstreet
WAS OPENEDThe Okaloosa county propositionwas The most gratifying point Although the greater portion of the evening, presided ata

skating rink in the new Hovey taken on Senator Lindsay's Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 0. out was the growth of the will be occupied by the Dick- special meeting of the City Commis-
up South Atlantic League sioners and a Board of Trade committee
building on South Orange avenue was resources, and the Company for storage -
motion to reconsider a vote by whichan pur-
Savannah 1, Augusta 0. standards of character to consider any defects that might
formally opened to the public last amendment was adopted yesterday hgh a part of the ground floor will
Jacksonville 1, Albany 1; 8 innings, exist in the city water It
evening and a large crowd of skaters and upon reconsideration the duct which have always sublet. The cost of the structure supply.

was present. Everybody had a good amendment was killed. darkness. within its walls. be several thousand dollars. was a meeting of great interest and

time and the new rink is destined to Columbia 1, Charleston 0. Dr. Blackman Presents matters pertaining to the present and
Another amendment was offered to
become one of the most popular places I Only games played. After concluding his OBITUARY future of the Orlando water supplywere
allow a vote to be taken on the ques- ,
in this section of Florida. tion of forming the county, separate I Blackman called up to the Renslow Crosby passed away at his discussed. Judge J.1.. Cheney,
GREAT JUNE SALE OPENS NEXT the various graduates, and of the Orlando Water and Light com-
balloting in each county effected, and in this city May 25th, after a
PRESSURE GAUGE NEARLY requiring a majority in both the partsof WEEK them with their diplomas illness patiently borne. pany, was present and explained the

BURSTED Walton and Santa Rosa that are to For weeks the Yowell-Duckworth cates, with appropriate He was born in Billerica, Massachu new filtration plant, the present

4 #0: When the fire alarm sounded yesterday form the new county. Some disagreement company has been preparing for its and amid loud applause in 1833 where he lived with his source of the water supply, and vari-

at one o'clock the recording over the wording of the ref- great June sale which opens Wednesday friends and well wishers in till fifteen years of age when ous other questions which were asked

water pressure gauge at the city: hall erendum clause caused the bill to go June 2, at 9 o'clock. The store ence. Those who received went to Boston and apprenticed him. Another meeting will be held in

spun from 40 pounds to 94 pounds over until Saturday. will be closed all day Tuesday, June ognition of the completion to a manufacturingjeweler, the near future. Everybody left the

and remained at that figure for twen- Senator Cooper introduced another 1, to prepare for this remarkable sale. work were: until he became of age, meeting with a clearer idea of the

ty minutes, or until the blaze had drainage bill to replace the measure The closing of the Big Store for one Baccalaureate Degree from he formed a partnership, con- numerous problems facing the water

been extinguished.Miss vetoed today by Governor Trammell, day means that a great amount of lege-:Miss: Annie C. Bellows I in the same line of business.At company.
I
which was upon a waiver of the rule trade will be lost for that one day lando, and Mr. Donald H. :\ the age of twenty-six he mar-

:\ Mary R. Scofield arrived in given final passage in the senate and alone. The sacrifice is made to make Fort DuPont, Delaware. Clarissa. Crosby who survives THE WEATHER

Orlando yesterday from Winter Ha- sent to the house. preparations to' accommodate the Certificates from the After thirty-five years of suc-

ven and is the guest of Mrs. L. G, Mr. Cooper has eliminated the partsto monster crowds that will take advantage pressionlissIaude :\ business he retired and spent Florida: Local thunder showers

Starbuck, at her home, 15 East Livingston which the governor took exceptionin of the sale. Every effort is be- Enlow and Miss Clella ) time in travel for several years. Saturday and probably Sunday, except -

avenue. vetoing the first drainage bill, and ing made to handle the throngs of ery. Ten years ago he came to Orlando fair Sunday in northwest.

the will the buyers who will accept the opportu- Diploma from the he spent his winters till five
new measure
accomplish I
. . . . purpose of validating certain drainage nity and secure goods that are markedat Katherine Y. Dotrsrett, of I since he made this his perma- . . . . .

NOT BOMBS JUST EXPLODING bonds. unheard of prices. Read the Yow College, S. C.; Miss Sadie I residence.Mr. LONG SESSION-ONE ITEM -

TIRES The only other bill passed was a ell-Duckworth advertisement in this Jacksonville; Miss ) : Crosby Was a gentleman of OF BUSINESSThe ,

There are no Zeppelins hovering bill entitled "An act to authorize the issue. Then secure a copy of the Sun- of Daytona; Miss: Florence ) i worth, always kind and help- city council met yesterday '

over Orlando. The occasional board of state institutions to grant day Sentinel and read what the com- of Winter Park; Richard C. in his daily life, meeting his many afternoon and following; a two 'I

bomb-like reports one hears on permits to any person, firm or cor- pany has to offer you in the four pa especial of Okeechobee: John with a warm cheery greeting I hours session ordered Amelia .1

Orange avenue and various city poration to make use of the watersof section devoted to the Great of Winter Park; James remained with them as a pleas- I avenue to be opened up from Keel {!

streets are merely exploding au- the Atlantic ocean adjacent to the June Sale. Maitland; Robert incident never to be forgotten. i street west to Kentucky avenue. '. 1 11

tomobile tires. Two blew up on state of Florida." This is to permit New Bedford, Mass.; Ralph His familiar figure on the street I Engineer Ramsey was instructedto 1

Orange avenue yesterday after- certain experiments in an endeavor to Forour summer reading, 1,000 of Palatka; Francis Bolton long be remembered by many of mark the street lines. Council

harness the ocean waves for generat- books to select from. Come to Curtis of Batavia, 111.: William E. who were so fortunate as to have I then adjourned.
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COLLEGE Jean Wagner, Ruth Ellen Barze, Frank J. Booth, of Clearwater; Sam- :SPANISH-AMERICAN ATIIENEUM
Grace Margarete Tilden, Ethel uel S. Sadler formerly of Mount Dora
Lillian Rose.Blumenstuck '
The graduating exercises of the Op. 19 ______Schumann but now in Canada with the forestry I Washington.-With its object the
senior class of the academy, which Bergers et Bergeres, Op. 55, No. 6 advancement of Spanish-American art I
I takes place annually on Tuesday even- _________________________ GodanMargaret service; Wm. F. Ronald of Daytona; :and letters, the Spanish-American THESE
of commencement week, took the ) Matilda Shaw. Worthington Blackman, of Orlando; Athenaeum held here :
ing Catavina ____________________ Bohm I today a meeting
form this year of a play, in which the Maiden's Song _uuu____ Musin and Mrs. C. H. Abbott, of Daytona. j I which was attended by distinguished
r characteris were taken by the various Elizabeth Kedney Krauss Many friendships of long standingwere .students of artistic pursuits of the I HOT DAYS
members of the class. The play selected Elegie __________________ liassenet Latin-American peoples.
renewed, and in one case of at
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Sing, Smile, Slumber Gounod
entitled "The Adventure to the fact that the Pan-
f was Owing
"
Irene Gurney Thoren least one graduating class, that of
of Lady Ursula," and was one admir- (Violin obligato by Miss Dyer) American Financial Conference,which '
\ ably adapted to the class, and one Finale Valse _________________ Lack 1910, four members were present and 'is in session here this week, has at- PHONE
much to the Jean Wagner, Grace Margarete held an enthusiastic class reunion.
which appealed very au tracted to Washington nearly a hun-

dience. The play was given under the On Tilden.the Sea __uu________ Buck These members were Mrs. Florence dred of the most distinguished citi-
direction of Miss Deaderick, who once Messrs. Pope, Greene, Noxon and Moore Windham, Miss Agnes Clark, !zens of the South and Central American ,
more proved her ability to take mate- Blackman. Miss Winifred. Wood, and Worthington countries, there was an unusually Us to send you a dozen bottles Ice Cold
______
Moment Musicale Schubert Blackman.
for u
rial not remarkable any special Two Spanish Dancesu\loszkowski 'I large attendance of natives of the
dramatic talent or experience, and War March of the Priests (Athalia) Spanish speaking states of the Amer-
F r-o work it into a very good cast. Only ______uuu______ Mendelssohn WILL APPEAL ILLEGAL FISHING ican continent.
S one or two of the class had had pre- Rollins College OrchestraAt CASEIn j Dr. Glen Levin Swiggert, professor SHIVAR
vious experience in such work, and the close of the program the j lof Roman languages at the University
that the performance was as credita- audience passed across the campus to the illegal fishing case there j of Tennessee, and Lincoln G. Valentine -
bly performed as it undoubtedly was Carnegie Hall, where as in past years, were five defendants, three of whom an expert on LatinAmericanaffairs
speaks highly for the natural ability President and Mrs. Blackman held I were acquitted. In the case against were among the speakers, Mr. Ginger Ale
of the class, their faithful work, and final reception of the year, which in Adrian Sewell and Dennis Wing an Valentine delivering his address in
Miss Deaderick's skill as a director of this case was also the last reception appeal will be taken to the circuit the Spanish tongue.
J such plays.Although. !as head of the institution. Amongthe court, and after that to the supreme Senora dona Rasario Munoz de Mor
each well played, many friends of the institutionwho court, the counsel for the defense said i
part was rison, wife of the late Prof. E. W. S1.25 Per Dozen f..
f. perhaps especial credit should be given gathered there on this occasionwere yesterday.The Morrison, of the department of modern -
t en Miss Grace M. Tilden who played the faces of many of the former two defendants convicted are I languages at the United States
the difficult part of Lady Ursula, and students who returned to their alma out on supersedeas bond, pending ap I naval academy, gave an exhibition
I played it admirably. Mr. Bolton Mallory mater to bid good-bye to the presi- peal. dance of "Las Sevillanas." She was
carried off the honors among the dent under whom they had taken their I accompanied by Wilbur Stutz. Senor

young men, and gave an interpretation work here. Amon gthose who were LACE AND EMBROIDERYYou : Don Manuel Prieto, Washington, City Drug StoreJ.
which present on this occasion were Miss
of Sir George Sylvester will find just what you want I sang Spanish songs.
could hardly have been better. Mr. Mabel F. Janeson, Winifred M. Wood, here. Among the new ones is the 'I

Hill, as the parson, and Mr. Darrow, and Kathleen Layton, of Tangerine; yard wide alt-over lace.Ye have'! New line of ladies' waists and Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA
as one of the friends of Sir George Mrs Patty Howes Christiancy, of these from 38c. up. Slemons' Millinery I middy blouses at Slemons' Dry Goods \
Sylvester, also made the most of their Port Orange; Miss Agnes Clark, of and Dry Goods Store. 5-27-3t jColollial 1L j and Millinery Store. 5-27-3t
parts, second in importance as they Geneva; Miss May Eleanor Moremen,
were. The senior class of the acad- Maitland; Miss Kathleen Hill, of
emy has shown a large measure of Maitland; Miss Irene Fuller of Alta- FORAGE GROCERY CO.

class spirit all during the year, and monte Springs; Miss Amelia R. Kendall -
has crowned a successful career by of Crescent City; Miss RobertaF.
this final triumph.The Hobbs of Daytona; Misses Mabelle Specials for Saturdayand
cast was as follows: O'Neal and Eva McQuaters of Orlando CAREY HANDFUNERAL

The Earl of Hassenden ________u_ ; Mrs. Addie Niemeyer Bistline,
________u_ John William ShannonSir of Longwood; Mrs Josephine Sadler Monday
George Sylvester _______u__ Simpson, of Mount Dora; Mr. and
_________ Francis Bolton MalloryThe Mrs J. E. Windham of DIRECTOR
Orlando
Rev. Mr. _Blimcoe ________'___ ;
f -- -_.: .: _=_ James Harold Hill 0 __ 15 Ibs. Sugar . . . . . . . . .$1.00 AND EMBALMER
Mr. Dent___Richard Gordon DarrowMr.
_______________ Kinghan's Sliced Bacon per Ib . . . .. . 30c .
__CastletonGerald William FroemkeMr. Sliced Boiled Ham per Ib . . . .. . 35c: ;
Devereaux __________________ RIZK BROTHFRS
______u___ George Bisson RobertsMr. Queen City Creamery Butter, per Ib. . .. . .35c answered
: Ward _____John Sherwood Foley Fine Creamery Tub Butter, per Ib . . . .35c I All calls Promptly Dayor
Sir Robert Clifford ______________
_____u___ Bertram Keener Walker Pure Ga. Butter, per Ib . . . . . . 30c Night. Hand Block.

Quilton __.______________________ Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen . . .. .. . 20c I
_____________ John Kaeter Boone
:Mills ____________Ralph Henry Lape Large Pail Snowdrift Lard . . . .. . .$1.00 Orlando Florida.PHONE
Parker ____Benjamin Chandler Shaw Special for Satur- -1 Cans 2 lb. Tomatoes . . . . ... . 2oc; .
Mrs. ______________
___FentonGeraldine Dorothy Barbour day and 7 Cans Small Globe Cream . _ .. .. 25c; 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457.
________________ Monday
., Dorothy_______Fenton__ Florence Mercedes Stone 2 pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes. . . . ... .. . 15c;
Alice Fenton __Edna Louise Galloway
The Lady Ursula Barrington .____ FEED
________ Grace Marguerite Tilden

On Wednesday afternoon the var- 15 Ibs. Sugar . . .$1.00 Corn per sack . . . . . .. .. ... . $1.90 Try Sentinel/ant Ad
sity baseball team crossed bats witha Oats per sack . . . .. .. .. .. .. . .$2.30 i I a

team made up of former students Large Pail Snowdrift $1.00 Shirts, per sack . . . .. .. .. .. .. ._ .$1.7.; I|,
and members of the faculty, and
a Large Pail Beet Pulp per sack . . -. .. ._ .. .. .. . $1.80 I .
close game was finally won by the Cottolene .$1.30
younger men by a score of 9 to 8. Large Pail Crisco . . 85c; Mule Feed per sack. . . . .. .. .. .. ._. .$1.85

The battery for the varsity at first : Scratch Feed per sack . ._ __ . $2.20

was Roberts and Dancy while for the I 21 lb. Gold Medal Flour ..51.1; Cotton Seed Hulls, per sack . . . .. . .$1.05

old students Jimmy Windham, who 21 lb. Pillsbury Flour .$1.15; Very Best Tuxedo Mule Feed per sack .. .. .. . "$2.15; EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
pitched Rollins to three consecutivestate .
championships in 1907-1908- 21 lb. Panama S. R. Flour $1.00 Bran, per sack . : . . . . . .$1.65; j .

4909, did the pitching, and Worthington Cotton Seed :Meal per sack . . . . . ..51.10lJHONR
21 Ibs. Eagle Flour . $1.00 C
Blackman, who played about the

,same time, caught. The varsity piled One gallon Alaga Syrup .65c Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne
up five runs in the first half of the 638IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMUMIMMIMIIMMI on
One gallon Fla. Syrup . 60c
first inning, owing mainly to errors
by the infield of their opponents, but One gallon Karo Syrup 50c; with plenty of Foliage ti
after that Windham settled down,and
showed something of the old form 1 lb. Whitehouse Coffee. .33c WE DELIVER THE GOODS and Trees.

which formerly made him almost in- \Iaxwellllouse
vincible. The old students soon forgedone Coffee. .33c

run to the front, after which Ja- 1 Ib. Bliss Coffee . . 2Sc Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service ; Price $2000.00
cobson relieved Roberts in the box.
1 lb. Cresto Coffee . .28c '
The game then became a see-saw af- i
fair, with first one side leading by 1 lb. French Market Coffee .2Sc : Harley-Davidson TruckFOR
one run and then the other, until the
1 lb. Luzianne Coffee..2Sc QUICK SERVICEPHONE
end.The C A. HOVEY
line-up of the two teams was Best Ground Coffee . 20c :
as follows:
Varsity-Roberts, Jacobson, pitchers Arbuckle Coffee . . 20c : 444

; Dancy, Roberts catchers; Foley, Pet. Van Camp Cream big
first base; Jacobson, Mallory, second

base; Mallory, Roberts, Dancy third I I can . . . . 8c I Good and Bad Cigar Stores i
base Thoren, shortstop Stone, leftfield :
; ; Small Can . . . .4c Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
; Wheldon, center field; Fletcher

right field.Faculty. Eagle Milk . . . 15c .IIMIIIItllllMiaiilllllliilliMMIIIIIMIillillliMi
t and former students->>md- .
P Van Camp's Pork and Beans l:
ham pitcher; Worthington Blackman

catcher; Berkeley Blackman, first 2/2 Ibs . . . .I8cHi
base; R. W. Greene, right field and L l ) Hill

I second base; Girard N. Denning, third I Ibs.. . . . .13 Pure Ice Creerr1When
base H. S. short Dean
; Pope stop; lib. . . . . 8c
Enyart: left field; Sam Sadler, center

field; Walter Schultz, second base and Wesson Cooking Oil . 27c .
right field.
3 pound can Tomatoes .25c
Wednesday evening the annual i I You hear about Colonial you want PURE ICE For Party

, faculty concert was replaced by a con- 2 lb. can Tomatoes for ,25c; Hills. CREAM call for HAND'S. If

cert by the school of music, which was don't believe that we take Clubthe
you
1 lb. can Tomatoes, 6 for .25c;
one of the best ever heard in the aud- You read about Colo- greatest care in its

t itorium. An audience which taxed Can Cherries . . . 15c nial Hills. facture come and watch manu'We make our Ice Cream from Church Social
up us
the seating capacity of the auditorium .tubercular tested cows. All
F was present, and all felt well repaid 3 cans Corn . . . 25c; You talk about Colo- make it. You will be surprised cans, moulds and everything School Social

for coming by the excellent performances 2 pkgs Grapenut . . 25c; nial Hills. at the care every detail is given.
which The used in the manufacture of
were given. pro- our Lodge
Any kind want, time
1\ gram was admirably varied, and well 2 pkgs Cream of Wheat .25c; Sooner or later you I want it.you In any Ice Cream is thoroughly steril-
you any quantity
selected, and each of those who took PicnicOrder
part outdid himself in the perform 2 pkgs. Shredded Wheat 25c will buy in Colonial I from a quart up. ized. 1

f ance. The musical side of the college 7 pkgs. Shredded Cocoanut. .25c; Hills. Why not NOW! You are cordially invited to
life has always been particularly I Hands Pure
. strong and especially emphasized at 1 peck Sweet Poatooes . .30c It will give you satisfaction inspect our factory at any
time.
Ice Cream
t Rollins, and this final concert showed Everything regular ;3c., 6 for 2icE"eQthing : and profit.
beyond question that the same stand-
ards of performance and the same regular lOc. for 9c. I

quality of performers are still a [
J' prominent part of the college work
HANDS ICE
and personnel.The CARL DANN' CREAM CO.

program was as follows:
Deutscher Tanz ___u u_ Dittersdorf Rizk Brothers
Minuet _____-___--______ BeethovenMiss PHONE 566 W.
Dyer, Mrs. Krauss, Mr. Chicken supper, Baptist L. A. S., Jefferson StreetP
. Gould, Miss Shaw. 39 W. Church Saturday night, 25 cents, Pine street,
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FIRST 100 PERSONS ENTERING THE SOUTH DOOR ON ORANGE AVENUE THE OPENING
DAY OF THIS SALE WILL RECEIVE A NUMBER AND AT TEN O'CLOCK WE WILL HAVE
DRAWN BY SOME CHILD FIVE NUMBERS FROM THIS ONE HUNDRED.
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FIRST NUMBER WILL BE LADIES' PARASOL
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 $100,000 worth of stock on hand now 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 much on hand

now. To do the business we do our assortment has to be big! and we naturally have 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

prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all is showing all the new things in Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles; and models in the famous Modart Front Lace, La-
kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table
Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H. & W.
Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits,
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears.

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assortOUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT has just received OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that
ment of foot wear for :Men, Women and Children in
South Florida. a great assortment of big bargains in the newest Headwear delight the heart of the I lady of the house, for she can get

of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the
OUR GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT is a
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 the wools,threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Draperies -
Line of Clothing in Woolens, Palm Beaches and :Mohair
Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and everything -
Suits. In fact,everything for a to
man wear.
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT: is a godsend to.
else you can think of in large variety. This entirethings
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT: has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
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 savings
had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. that are wonderful.





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sheen, inches wide, all the new
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ONE LOT SILKS, consits of lesseJine, Foul-
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Sale Price $1.19
shades, $1.50 quality, June
SILK POPEINS,full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth up
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price ______
S9c better, fine soft
----- CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK 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 _______
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saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38
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
quality, June Sale Price ---:------------:----$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________8ic and fancy weaves, large line of colors to
CREPE METIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautiful select from, worth regular 65c and 75c,
June Sale Price 93c
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DAILY! ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. A "DR. STAGG" SIDELIGHTBy AN ORLANDO BOY MADE GOODDr. -

Florida Sentinel Fred W. Kettle, who the W. S. BranchIt
South spent
A. M. of this ,
Harper city received -
past two days in this section lookingover is told that after Dr. Stagg had
MORNING AND WEEKLY word yesterday that his son,
.'. ?:. GLENN .....................EJiUr the country, left yesterday for finished his speech in which he invited Ivey, won the medal for being the
W. C. ESSINGTON .....O.alnna Manager Jacksonville.That the Presbyterian general assem-
best athlete the Vanderbilt Train-
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bly to hold its next meeting here, one
Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando FlorIda Sunday: dinner can not be suc- ing School, at Elkton, Ky. This will Hot Weather
ma Second Class Mail Matter. cessful unless you have Hand's ice of the commissioners from Kentuckyarose
cream. be pleasing news to the young man'sfriends 3
ltc and said, "If one-half that Dr.

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Marshall, of Stagg says about his town is true, I in Orlando.Mr. .
Daily. 8 Month ,_.......,.....eo..... 2-60 Oviedo, were among the prominent wish to offer a resolution that Orlando -
S Month ,.....,.,... ..... 1.25 Ba-I
DaUr.Daily 1 Month ..,...........eo......:.: ,68 residents of that place visiting Orlan- be made the permanent and per- and Mrs. A. D. Hallon, of Sale i

Weekly t Year ...................... $1.00 do yesterday. petual meeting place of this body un- tavia, Ill., was among the passengers I 'I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 25 cents gets chicken supper, Sat- til we meet in the next world, and I leaving Orlando yesterday for their 4
ADVANCETO urday night, opposite postoffice, Bap- doubt if even that can be much finer home in the North.
tist Ladies' Aid Societ5264tc
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ADVERTISERS: than Orlando. ..
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Copy for display and all ether hand-vet DR. BLACKMAVS EXCELLENT
adTCrtiung- mast be handea in at the bauneufficc The finishing touch to a superb Sun- SATURDAYO
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ADDRESS
the day before publication. This rule applies day dinner menu-Hand's ice cream WANTED-Salesman and collector,
to chances for contract advertising: it is and ices. 5-29-ltc with auto, for Orange county.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. (Continued from page 1) Singer Sewing Machine Co., 43 East
Pine St. 5 9-:3tc
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Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued Winter Park; and Bertram Keener
Mr. J. A. Hansell who has
been
should notify the office in writing on Walker, of Orlando. ,
the date of expiration otherwiae it will be spending some time in Orlando, was FOR SALE--1 cylinder, 45; horse The items we chronicle here for the
the subscription rates Certificate from the Business School
continued at
regular power motor, as good as new; suitable fail to be of
until notice to stop is received. among those leaving yesterday for his week-end selling cannot exceptional -
Telephone Nvmb-r ."..,..,......"....... 21 -Louise Miss Leada Bucher Neininger, College, of Park Wheeling, Ga.;, Middleton, Conn., home where he will cheap for if motor taken boat at once.or auto.L. II.Will Finlay.sell interest to a great number in all

spend the summer months. 5-29 Gta probability have been waiting for
many
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 191;) W. Va.; Charles D. Sherman, of Cas- .
these specials.
tile, N. Y.
The sale of TRIMMED MILLINERY
If you buy out of town, and we buy Beautiful Music
should create a sensation among women .
,
out of town, and our neighbors buy Following the presentation of diplo-
of discrimination and taste. EVERY
out of town, what in thunder will be- mas and certificates, the famous and
SkateTHE trimmed hat in the store goes on sale at
come of our town?-St. Cloud Tri- lovely Ave Maria of Bach-Gounod was
one of three prices, AND EVERY HAT
bune. played by a quintet consisting of Miss
IS THIS SEASON'S PRODUCTION. Positively -
-o Susan H. Dyer, first violin; Mrs. Eliz-
nothing carried over from last sea-
Looking ahead-when you receive abeth K. Krauss, second violin; Mr.
next year's calendar, make a ring Stewart Gould, cello; Mrs. Berkeley son. EVERYTHING NEW !

around May 18. That's the date for Blackman, piano; Mrs. Roy Lenfest, TO-NIGHT LADIES TRIMMED HATS

the Southern Presbytery to meet in at the organ. The players renderedthe LOT 1-Dainty Tipperary and Sailor

Orlando. beautiful number in an artistic shapes in black and colors, some of the t

-o and impressive manner, and seldom latest close shapes among the number,
The man who is always smiling is I has a more beautiful piece of music regular values up to $5.00
considered frivolous. The man whois been better given at Rollins. Miss

always solemn is thought of as a Dyer's work this past year with the Saturday $1.98LOT

schemer. Take your choice. In which orchestra has been a wonderful suc-

class do you prefer to be listed! cess, and one of the most delightful 2-Beautiful conceptions of dainty

o features of the college life. French models expressed in Hemps, Mi-

Orlando will have the meeting oft The orchestra then played a second lans, etc., exquisitely trimmed with

the general assembly of the Presby- number, a march by Franz von Blon, beautiful garnitures. Regular valuesup

terian church next year. The Presby- and the exercises closed with a bene- to $8.00.

.. terians have a good conception of the diction by Dr. Nathaniel M. Pratt, ORLANDO SKATING RINK

proper place to go to hold their big vice-president of the institution, after Saturday $3.98LOT

meetings, and Orlando will take the which the audience remained stand

; best of care of them.-Jacksonville ing while the faculty and graduates 3-Exquisite hardly expresses the .
should in these
word one use describing
Metropolis. marched out.1leeting .
.;. beautiful exclusive creations of the mo .
o Cor. Ave. & Jackson Sts.
of Alumni Association Orange
; The legislature would do an act of distes art. They need to be seen to forman
Immediately after the exercises, the and
opinion. In Panamas, Leghorns
justice by repealing that fool statute
which prohibits newspapers from exchanging annual meeting of the Rollins College McCRACKEN & GORE Proprietors what we have left of the KNOX.
Alumni Association was held. In the
values to
advertising space for trans- Regular up $20.00
absence of the regular officers, Prof.
portation. A prohibition of exchanging -
Berkeley Blackman
was constituted Saturday $5.98SALE

would space be for potatoes and syrup I temporary chairman, and Miss Ma- 8000 feet as smooth as glass. Ma-
just as sensible..TaspeiF ; belle O'Neal, of Orlando, secretarypro square OF SHEETS

News.strong, The but language the News may is right.-Su-be a little time tern. Owing to lack of much ple wood floor to glide over. 300 pairs of Look ahead of your requirements a little -

the meeting was a short one, the at these exceptionally low prices on

i F: wanee Democrat. 0 chief business transacted being:: the skates from which to make your selection.music' fine grades, you cannot have too many.

election of Prof. Berkeley Blackmanas The famous POPLAR make, 72x90, regu-
TOO HORRIBLE president for the ensuing year, and Fine furnished by Electric Piano. Re- lar value 59c.
TO BE TRUE! Miss Annie C. Bellows as secretary-

Viscount James Bryce, British am- treasurer. Those present were very freshment stand presided over by Charley 39 Cents
bassador to Washington from 1907 to enthusiastic
t the
over
success and PROSPERITY make, 81x90, regular value
1912, has made his report on alleged pleasure of the commencement activi- Rock, Jr. General admission to night 75c.

f German atrocities in Belgium and ties, and eager that active efforts

J t. northern France. There is no ques- I should be made next year to expandand sessions will be 10 cents, skates 15 cents. 59 Cents
tion that Mr. has made thorough
Bryce a I vitalize the work of the associa-
t and trustworthy search for accurate tion. The incoming officers have No admission charged to morning and after- FANCY AND FLORAL LAWNSSo

t information. The Bryce com- promised that steps will be taken to- many have asked us to repeat this

t mission's report is based on more than ward this end, and plans are already noon sessions. Three sessions daily 10 to special, that we gladly do so, although

r., 1,200 eye witnesses of the incidents being made and discussed for next there is a loss to us on every yard-but- .

r 'described, and upon the corroboratory year 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10. we like appreciation-and we get it.

evidence found in diaries kept by German Annual Alumni DinnerAt 50 pieces Fancy Lawns, Batistes, Crepes

soldiers. I one o'clock, the trustees, faculty and Organdies, in all the new styles,

After five months investigation the graduates, parents and invited guests shades and colorings. All this season's

commission submits the report, briefly gathered in Carnegie Hall, and i goods. Worth 12i/-C. and 15c. a yard.

summarized as follows: marched in procession around the I ..

f, "((1)) That there were in many parts campus to the dining hall, where the Children Under 14 Not Admit! Saturday 8 yds. for 79c.

of Belgium deliberate and systematically annual alumni dinner was served. The
organized massacres of the civil DOUBLE FOLD SHIRTING CHEVIOT
6 iso- dinner was, as usual, delicious, testifying -
population, accompanied by many '
ted the Floor
lated murders! and other outrages. eloquently to the managementof on at Night We have just received a shipment of 50

r "((2)) That in the conduct of the war Miss Wilde, the housekeeper, ando pieces of this famous hard-wearing

F generally innocent civilians, both men the culinary skill of Will Hoffman, Cheviot Chambray. Every pattern dif
and women, were murdered in large
is numbers, women violated and chil- who, incidentally, was the college chef J- ferent. Every wanted color in the as-
dren murdered. I at the time that President Blackman sortment. The special price is 10 centsa

t "((3)) That looting, house burning, first came to the college, and now, after yard.Saturday.
r and the wanton destruction of prop- 1 1
erty were ordered and countenanced several years absence away, is 10 yds. for 85c.See
c by the officers of the German army, back again to see Dr. Blackman re- .
that elaborate provision had been tire. Window
Display. ,
F made for systematic incendiarism at
Eloquent Speeches
GivenA
the very outbreak of the war, and that
IRISH TABLE LINEN
: the burning and destruction were frequently number of eloquent and interesting -

i where no military necessity speeches were made, among the Every Thread pure flax, 72 inches wide,
t could be alleged, being indeed part ofa speakers being Rev. J. H. Dale, of Fine Damask weave in several dainty

system"(4) That of general the rules terrorization.and usages oft Billerica, Mass.; Prof. J. H. Brinson, conventional patterns. Our regular 85c.

war were frequently broken, particu- formerly for more than three years quality
;,. larly by the using of civilians, includ- head of the Rollins business school;
ing women and children, as a shield Thomas Willingham Lawton, of Ovie- Saturday 56 Cents
for advancing forces exposed to fire,
to a less degree by killing the wounded do, the first graduate from the college FOR RENT AND SALEThe

and prisoners, and in the frequent after President Blackman as- SALE OF NOTIONSDon't
i abuse" of the Red Cross and the whiter sumed his office; Wm. Francis Ron- I

flag. ald, of the class of '06; Mrs. Patty miss the Notion Counter Saturday!

f Passages of the report are incredible Howes Christiancy Port Orange, Nucholls residence located at No. 110 America I We are putting on a few more money

J and, yet if the subject were less Fla., whom President Blackman intro- savers that cannot fail to appeal to work- .
vital we should omit it. Even from Street. Lot 67Vr x332. House is modern and contains ; basket economies.Saturday.
duced as the most brilliant student
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J the pen of a man like James Bryce who had been at Rollins during his seven rooms comfortably furnished. Plenty of shade and ,
the following extract from the report
t does not seem probable: thirteen years as president; Miss bearing fruit trees. Ornamental plants and shrubbery. i I Is the Last
Amelia R. Kendall, of Crescent City. II I
"In Malines bodies
many were seen.
One witness saw a German soldier cut daughter of the dean of the collegeat
p' a woman's breast after he had mur- the time Dr. Blackman came to it, DayFor
dered her, and saw many: other dead and several others.
bodies of women in the street. Two Those the Dollar refund on Men's Shoes on
present were Miss Susan T.
i young women were lying in the backyard Gladwin values of $-1.00 and upwards; take advantage -
., of a house. One had her breasts of Titusville, class of 1899;
of it.
cut off, the other had been stabbed.A Rev. J. Harold Dale of Billerica,
:young man had been hacked with Mass, 1900; Miss Grace Boone, of Or- S. Y. WAY
a bayonet until his entrails protruded.
lando, 1907
He also had his hands joined in the ; Prof. Berkeley Black-
attitude of prayer: In Sempst the man, Winter Park, 1907; Miss Ma
corpse of a man with his legs cut off, belle O'Neal and Miss Eva McQua-
Insurance and Real Estate [
Agent OICKSO N N-IVESCO.
who was partly bound, was seen by a I ters, of Orlando, 1909; Miss WinifredII.
witness, who also saw a girl of seven-
Wood of
teen dressed only in chemise and in Tangerine, and Miss Ag-

great distress. She alleged that she nes Clark, of Oviedo, ( 1910; Miss PHONE 172
herself and other girls had been Kathleen Hill, of Maitland, and Miss
dragged into a field. stripped naked Florence Betts, Winter Park STORE.
; Miss .DEPARTMENT[
and violated and that some of them
had been killed with a bayonet. At Annie C. Bellows, of Orlando, and .. ..
Elewyt a man's naked body was tied Donald II. Marvin, of Fort DuPont, C
up to a ring:: in the wall in the backyard Del, 1915. I
of house. He Ii ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
a was dead, and
At the close of the i
his corpse was mutilated in a manner banquet all stood II The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
too horrible to record. A woman's and sang with heartfelt fervor one I
naked body was also found in a stable verse of "For Auld Lang Syne," af- tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

abutting on the same back yarc. ter which the guests departed, and the U chandise, at right pricesf
At Haescht a child of three with its
final event of the
college year passed
stomach cut open by a bayonet was
I lying near a house." into history. ?

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i will be unable to return to their work five o'clock a number of guests joined
GDrlanfcnOXTHE Snrtrtll ijFAVORTE THEATRE ;here next year. The four instructors the card players for a social chat and E

who are leaving Cathedral are :Misses refreshments, which included brick

I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I May Hardin, Helen Nicholas Ruth cherry cream, nut cake and hermits.

SOCIAL CALENDAR SLEMONS-ARNOLD Admission 5 Cent Holley and Zillah Shepherd. Miss 'Mrs. Haile was presented with a silver -
1 INVITATION. Hardin has taught in the school for picture frame and Mrs. Magruder
PHIL TAEA % ten years, and she with her fellow j was the winner of a handsome bunch
NEW CLASS MEETINGIN I The following invitation is being r'" ...1 it II. a.. M I1II teachers carries away the best of I jof pink gladiolas. The invited guests
BAPTIST CHURCH. received by friends of the contracting
i TODAY'S PROGRAM\ wishes from students and faculty for :1 included former friends of Mrs. Haile
The
Philathea class of the First |parties:
Domino. "A Modern Noble." A continued success in future years. :'and wereIesdames Louis Dolire,
Baptist church held its first meetingin I Mr. and Mrs. GRANDTODAY drama, in I
two
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parts.
Leon Forte, Dave Rogers Earl: Gore,
the new church last Thursday even- William Melville Slemons Keystone. Comedy, "Hogan, tho
'ing. Plans and suggestions were I request the pleasure of your company Porter." I Mrs. Alston Haile, formerly of Orlando James Magruder, Jr., W. M. Murphy,
made for furnishing the new class I at the wedding reception of their K. B. "Secret Lode." but now of Palatka, was yesterday ; Harry Root. Joseph Cheney, Ralph
II Five cents to alt. i Yearby, and Misses Eliza and Alta
room, and quite an interesting meet- daughter, afternoon honor guest at a
ing was held.Several Antoinetteand pretty party given by her hostess. Wright, Sarah Slemons, Jean Person,
new committees were ap x.---::...,'------.... An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a I Miss Roberta Branch. There were Beth and Mary Branham. Millie and
safe investment. i Lillian Smith, Laura and Zelma Lew-
pointed. Mr. John Skillman Arnold, junior, !three tables of bridge pla"ersIrs
First, the Misses Claudia DeLaney, !! on Thursday, the tenth of June, .James Magruder/ making high score. ter. Mary Guernsey. Ruby Platt
Blanche Barnes and Ruby Allison j'j at half after eight o'clocy/ "IN THE LATIN QUARTER"A Punch was served during the after-

were appointed to select the furniture 123 West Church treet, OSTEOPATHYDR. ---- -- -- .

for the room, and have it ready fort I Orlando, Florida.I Vitagraph Special Feature, .. O >. _
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next Sunday, as we are expecting a ;I r
complete in two parts. J. C. HOWELL
large attendance on the first day in i ir I MARRIAGE OF FORMER Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U
our new church. 'I ORLANDO YOUNG LADY. Edith
Featuring Storey and An Kirksville Graduate |
Second, the Misses Martha Weeks, I!! A quiet wedding was.solemnized Consultation Free i <
Carol King, Roxana Irvine and ;yesterday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at tonio Moreno."A Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan I -'

JT Blanche Barnes, as the new social ]j{i the home of the bride's brother-in-law HoteL i "
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committee. I I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grant Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

Third, the Misses Blanche Barnes Moore, on Oak street, Riverside, when LEAP FROM THE \YATERTOVER" Orlando, Fla. .
and Ruby Allison were appointed as :Miss Fay Yoland Nokes became the
welcome committee, and we trust that bride of Mr. Earl Garfield Smith, Rev.C. .
by this committee meeting the young L. Collins, of the Baptist church, A Kalem drama, featuring Helen I t \
ladies as they come and go out from officiating. i' Holmes. L : l
the class, and giving each a "hearty i --0-- LucerneTODAY ..
welcome," will not only be the means RECEPTION FOR "- .. ,I \\' \\\t-/\

j 1 of bringing back each Sunday the REV. AND MRS. STAGG. -t' -, _..".'.>...-- i
members of the.class but will add new i The ladies of the First Presbyterian "SWEEDIE AND HER DOG"

ones every week. f i church will give a reception for Dr. An Essanay Comedy. 0 TABLE SILVERWARE 0
After quite a lot of planning and and Mrs. Stagg at the lecture room
chatting, "as girls will do," we were 'on Friday, June 4, at 8 o'clock. in chests for presentation purposes,
forced to adjourn by having the lights I This date is the twenty-fifth anni- or silver tea sets, odd pieces. etc., all
I 5 cents 10 cents "THE RAINY DAY"A of the latest designs and best qualityare
turned out by some one who was kind versary of their wedding. All the D on display at our store and we in-
enough to remind us that it was time congregation are expected to be pres- Lubin special feature com- ,iteOU to come and examine these
for all good Philatheas to go home. ent. articles. They are really works of
Last, but not least, of course, Bertha plete in two parts. art and yet most moderately priced.
Goddard was appointed press re SOROSIS CLUB. 10 cents 20 cents
& CO. JEWELERS.COLEMAN
ALLEN .
porter. J The regular business meeting of I _
-0- I Sorosis will be held Tuesday. June 1. "THE KIDNAPPED LOVER"A .d)
at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Mrs. S. E.
Selig
Comedy.
Ives. Instead of an all day picnic as
I STEP BY
STEI-
1 planned, there will be luncheon servedin -
the cool of the evening. I! ? have we climbed in the paint business
All members and season membersare "THE CALL OF HER CHILD"A until now we are at the top. Hard

l requested to meet at 3 o'clock. Biograph Drama. i ,; } work, honest prices fair dealing and
I n pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
SOCIETY NOTES -- contributed to our success. Every
OF INTEREST.Miss article you purchase from us is backed
Ella Taylor Slemons, of the FOUR GOOD PICTURES =1A1 cwt by our personal guarantee. Just

graduating class of Cathedral school, .. name your wants and leave the rest
OUSE
finished her course with high honors.In to us.
the awarding of medals Miss Slem- PAIN1'Orlando Paint & Wall Co
ROOf GARDfNTODAY FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS Paper
ons received two of the seven offeredin
the school. The school medal, of- BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL I/ 205 S. Orange AvenueC=
fered for the highest average in the
& RHAN Phone 261
classical course for two years, became
"Miss Slemons', as well as the Bishop's r

I medal, given for the highest class average -
': for three years. Miss Slemonsis

'I to be congratulated on making sucha
splendid record as a student at r.!U H IYERSAL, FRANK-A.. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
I C. S. G.
In the academic department Miss

Winifred Brown won the rector's Universal-Serial, 2 Reels Established 1886
medal, for highest average of schol-
arship in her department. Miss Brown "THE BLACK BOX"

also won the convocation medal for The House of Mystery. CURTIS
& O'NEALINSURANCE
:
the best record in mathematics.The <
Cathedral Chapter medal, of-
ATTENT ,-. I fered in the intermediate department,
L-Ko Comedy Billie Ritchie
BARACAS. was awarded to Miss Corene Walton. LOANS
Every member of the First Baptist) The medal offered in the primary "FATHER WAS NEUTRAL"Imp.

Baracas is earnestly requested to f j department, by the Woman's Auxiliary I
meet with Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, their was won by Annie Barr. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
teacher, next Sunday morning in theBaraca The committee appointed to exam- .
Drama, Violet Merseveau.
room at 9:30.I Please note the ine the essays of the graduating class
time and be prompt. A very important awarded the ten dollar gold piece, of- "THE BLANK NOTE"
meeting is to be held, and Mr. fered by Mrs. George B. Cluett fort ,
Tenny is very desirous of having a the best essay by any member of this
least 75 present on this occasion, so class, to Miss Alice Braly. Largest Ham in the store to
let every loyal Baraca not only come Mr. Cobb, in his announcements, ex-
himself, but bring some one with him pressed the regret of himself and as- be given away tonight. For Sa.leHouse
Geo. T. Wingfield, class reporter. 4 (Continued in fifth column) r (

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Keep Beautiful 10 cents 5 cents eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price

"We Have the
RequisitesBe \ Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. 450000. A bargain.



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it is easier to keep your hair than to restore i it

when it falls; USE REXAL 93 HAIR TOXIC. 50c. and $1.00. The Hard war eStor eon the CornerERNSEY'S
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Assuredly we may build our hopes I CHANCES OF LIVING TO GREAT! ASK UNITED STATES
s GARY DECLARES FOR and expectations on the opportunities j AGE DONT IMPROVE j .:\' JAPANESE SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
which this country offers. It seemsto I) POLICY

f me at the moment the outlook for New York"While the average I .-The Federal Council of
BIGGER ARMY AND
improvement in our lines of activityare I duration of human life has been of Christ in America
better than they have been for Protestant denom-
I many
more than a year. This is undoubtedly -t j greatly extended during the past century upon the United States Here we go, here we go, where do we go? To the Kentucky Grocery Co, ;1'-
NAVYNew there has been no material addition -
in part the result of increased exportations -\ i "adequate Oriental pol everybody knows.
at fair prices, due to the i to the span of human life," said i j issued today.

York, :May:\ 28.-Elbert H. European wars, but in my opinion I.' Dr. Eugene L. Fisk, director of the I declares that our atti- Sugar, 16 Ibs _______________$1.00t cans best Tomatoes __ \_ _25c

Gary, chairman of the board of direc- also because of a change in sentiment Hygiene Life before Extension the delegates Institute to ,the in Japan and other Oriental Best White Meat, per Ib ______I214e 3 cans best Kraut _________u__ :J5c
toward business, which now seems ap- a speech determine whether we
tors poration of the, in his United address States here Steel today Cor-at I parent. The captain of industry will convention of the National Associa- I with them and suggests Best Lard, per lb. 9c 3 cans best Hominy _______--_--_J5c .

the opening of the eighth general :again become popular in the United tion Manufacturers here. I consider carefully the Best Flour, per sack ________$1.05 2 cans Libby's Cherries ______h-_,,-,

meeting of the American Iron and States, and this sentiment has been such"It as is true Sweden that, England in certain and countries Wales,, I I accords to all aliens. 5 gallons Best Coal Oil __-____GOc 2 cans Rosedale'! Table PeacheJic: :
brought about the efforts of business -
Steel Institute, of which he is presi- by I ago the council sent
dent, declared that the nation must men to satisfy the public in regard Prussia and Denmark, there has been consisting of prominent 3 cans Best Corn _______.___25c Best Hams, per lb. _______u__-- 1't

provide immediately an adequate to their reasonable demands. i a gain in vitality at every age period I Japan. They were well 3 cans best Feas ______________25c 5 Ibs. best Coffee ____________$1 i 00
and navy to protect its trade The individual, or aggregation of individuals of life during the past quarter century -I I. and assured of Japan's
army but in this country, so far as we i
position among the nations of the or the nation, whose standard friendsship. The
earth. of conduct conforms to the golden can determine from our exceedingly I today is a comment

While criticising the governmentfor rule will on the average secure the unsatisfactory registration records, of this embassy.
there has been not only a failure to
destroying rather than building largest pecuniary success"The Co.
. wasteful clouds of distress, suspicionand lengthen the span of life, but a posi- I Kentucky Grocery
up business and for being want a corset Jet one
tive loss in vitality at middle life and
in its expeditures, Mr. Gary said hostility are breaking. In the not to rust break
own
desired of right we may see the sunlight of bet later, notwithstanding the fall in the I Warner's. Sold at 17 W. Church Street Phone ;-J29
' the country no question
ter things and better conditions." I general death rate. Goods and Millinery __ _
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"This conquering of death, in the I
t. preparedness for war.
KAISER'S BROTHER NOT IXGERMANY earlier age periods of life is due to
"We have an effective navy, but its man's success in meeting the massive 'I .
, capacity is much below the standard Copenhagen. has been rumoredin frontal attacks of such enemies as Where Is No. 10 E. Church St.? .
that should be," he said. "It is post I
diphtheria tuberculosis, typhoid fever
Germany and abroad that the Kai-
sible that not uncommonly a member ser's brother Prince Henry, is no and diseases of infancy. The elimina- OPPOSITE DEAN'S CITY DRUG STORE
of congress has been wiling to vote longer in Germany. The prince has tion of such plagues as "black death,"

t' for a large appropriation to provide now sent a letter denying the rumorto yellow fever, smallpox, has also left WHAT IS THERE ? FEED OF THE BEST QUALITY

a local improvement in which he was the Chomnitz Allgemeine Zeitung its impress on the general death rate. AND AT RIGHT PRICES. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS
.i particularly interested and at the follows "But we have been less successful
I
:
[ time has opposed the building as PRODUCE CO.W. .
same in guarding against influences agencies THE CO-OPERATIVE
"In reply to your letter of April 15,
of an additional ship or the equip-
which I did not receive until and infections which may be com- PHONE 447
yesterday L. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street ,
ment of another regiment."We (April 28) because I had been pared to submarine attacks or to sap-

should especially maintain a for some time in Flanders, I beg to inform ping and mining operations that reveal -
fl better navy-one equal, at least, in you that since the war started I '! no enemy until an explosion oc

every respect to that of any other have been continually at the post assigned curs. Under this class of agencies we MILK
nation. So far as the army is con- to me by my supreme war lord. include faulty living habits which tend I
cerned, a large force of reserves, This fact is a sufficient denial of all to disturb the functions of the body Every Day.
properly trained, with adequate sup- I i and impair the efficiency of our organs -
rumors.
( plies for use in times of emergency, Prince Henry is now at Kiel. ultimately causing them to glass ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
i such as General Wood and others ad- break down; also chronic infections gallon
vocate, would probably be sufficient. which unnoticed often for
Just :"n: bungalow aprons cut very pass years
t-' But we should be prepared at al1t full, perfect fitting, and we believe until announced by illness and physical AND MILK METAL CO.
times to protect our borders on the the best you will fcnd for 50c. Slem- failure." BUTTER SHEET
ons' Dry Goods ana Millinery Store.
sea and also our commerce whereverit
t extends. 5-27-3t ROME CALM AND CONFIDENTRome. Homemade
: "The nation with an inadequatenavy Metal Slate Til
DONT FORGET SANDWICHES ,
must always labor at a great I BOAPvDMAN'S SELLING OUT SALEis .-Except for the flags which
disadvantage with respect to its commerce AND CAKES and Rubbe :
1
on the HOME STRETCH. Only a fly from almost every window, Rome
in times of trouble, or even in short time left, and the following extreme gives little indication of being the : "
times of peace. prices are quoted to move the capital of a country which has enteredon Cornices, Skylights Heating M
ben balance of the stock quickly:
"We have inexcusably negli-
l Everything in yard goods at just a great war. A spirit of calm con
gent in this respect. half price. fidence has followed the period of DEPOT Works: 14 E. Church St. yrrk
"After the troubles growing out of Children's rompers, half price. stormy demonstrations for war, which :I
Ladies' skirts and shirt waists half
the European war are over, there will preceded the actual opening of hostil-

be a general struggle' however good- price.Boys' shirts half price. ities. j E. M. PARRY
natured, for export business. Our exports Men's hats half price.
should materially increase and Any ladies' hat for 35c. 1
Boys' suits and extra pants at half
the
large numbers of ships flying
American flag should be placed in price.A .few ladies' coat suits that were The Orlando
service, and they will be if appropriate $15 to $25 now $5 for your choice. THE WAYVia
governmental encouragement is Get busy while there are any left. .T. A. YANC
CHURCHES
F. N. BOARDMAN.:
extended. We must not remain in a 523212729. Orange Ave. Atlanta Nashville
position which permits the navy of Through a thousand miles to Pacific Coast Wholesale and Ret
any other country to dominate the and -
.. seas. Whatever the disposition and Specials for Satur- Florida and
intention of the rulers of other nations -

or those in high authority maybe day and MondayFlour You have always wanted to West" why Oysters, Fish, Poultry, ::

there would be occasions when ar- not take advantage of the excellent train ser- Special Attention to Hote '
bitrary action by local officials coming vice offered by the
I in contact with those pecuniarily 24 lb sack ________$1.00 Nashville Railwayand J Business 135tResidence
interested in a special question, pre- Flour, 12 lb. sack __________50c connections and go Dixie Flyer! PHONES 133
cipitated by circumstances, might be Fancy Prunes and Peaches, Tickets on sale daily until and bear final limit
very detrimental to the interests of lb. 13c., 2 Ibs for ________25c three months from date of of liberal stop-
an American merchantman involved. Tomato Catsup, pint bottle17c overs and side trips.
Scratch Feed Meal and
"Without an adequate navy we may X., C. & St. L Agents
Grits 9 lbs. for _________25c
expect to be sneered at by other nations know how to arrange a
in time of crisis. Even this we Nice Hams per lb. ________18c : Trip of comfort and de- WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ? I.

might endure; but sometime when : Best Breakfast Bacon, per ( light for you,and their Customers
least expected, we may be imposed i lb. _____________21c. and 22c I I help costs you nothing. To Our
upon beyond endurance. We should Orange Blosom Honey, Bot- i Descriptive folders Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in

.keep the olive branch extended in tie 30c., comb __________22c .'' t 0 mailed free with full soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre

front so long as possible, but when it Fresh Country Coffee, __doz.25c information as to fares same size

is smitten from our hands without Pure Ground per lb I' expenses, routes, sleeper Do you use Aluminium Ware?
cause or provocation by a hostile 18c., 23c. and 28c reservations and ail See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
power that seeks to destroy us, we Good Rice, per lb. ___6c. and 7c 1 travel particulars. Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutelyfree.
should be prepared to protect our- Good Tomatoes, per can 5c., 7c. Communicate with .
selves, and this promptly and continuously 8c., 10c., and 12c. CallFINLEY'S
J. A. Von Dohlen,
Honest and
weights.
so long as present methodsare measure I PIONEERand
Fla. Pass. Apt 124 W.
in vogue. I
Bay St., Jacksonville.Diie Premium Table.
"It is not too much to believe that see our
after the close of the war, there will Cash Grocery Co. i Flyer Leaves p. m. Daily. Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
I
be a feeling almost universal that Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. i
there must be established and main- I I r
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tained a court of arbitration-simple, I


nent-that comprehensive all future will differences secure effective the without and adjustmentof perma-any USEFUL GIFTS fOR GRADUATES


protracted or general contest by
armed forces. A majority of the nations -
will, to use an ordinary paradox. .May\ be found on our book shelves. Standard Fiction, Booksof

'secure and maintain peace if they Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty SUPPLY CO.
APOPKA
SOUTH
have to fight for it.' made for gift purposes. We also have special

"It is unthinkable that we should Cards for sending to graduates, either separately or to accompany
become involved in war with any of other gifts. 5c. lOc. and 15c. each.

the foreign countries at this time W. S. BRANCH, WINTER GARDEN, FLA. '
We have no inclination, nor have we !
the ability, to engage in war. We THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE '

can and we should prepare as rapidly .
as possible'! so that if obliged to defend -

ourselves we can not be over Can supply your wants in every-
SPRAYING
come. Some of the belligerent nations -

are now suffering because their thing to eat and wear. New things
soldiers are not furnished with ade- For While Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
quate equipment or supplies. They secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites
were not prepared at the beginning I infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur and good things always, Give us

of hostilities, perhaps because war I Compound.
was not expected. But even so, they These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan a trial.
probably did not immediately after I be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
war was declared use the diligence required insure clean trees and bright fruit.

to supply their necessities as I Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
they now appear. We may learn by cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
their misfortunes. But war should be i you will have no regrets at the end of the season.


tne years couraged"As-- ast I you"ivave resort.' Ito know not the, during been immediate especially the last future three en-, I 1. SCHNARR & CO.J ManufacturersOrlando SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLYv COMPANY I


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but as to tho !long future I have beena
: Florida
great optimist, for reasons which i I
have been given from time to time. .J

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l'. Dumber Laths and S11inrles SENTINEL :I We buy LADIES our hats HATS from week to Lake Site
I week, so when you buy a hat from us
you get the very newest. We are now
t.f 'showing hats for summer, come in
WANTSThe I and see them. We sell hats at prices
that you can afford a new one now
and then. Slemons' Millinery and
f -# Dry Goods Store. 5-27-ot Two

Morning Sentinel Want The Daytona Beach Hotel, under
, Directpry 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 acres with beautiful fron-
and Perfection Lime For 'One Day _____________25t
Royal Cement, Agatife Plaster For Three Day ___________50c RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB tage on two lakes. Knock Out
: For Six Days ______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 $15 per acre.
Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
This rate applies on all ads of
... 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 f reach and our prices are the lowest. Over 1500 feet lake shore.
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 pressed75c.j See E. B. Bradley Quick.

! GAS IS THE FUEL Of i DISAPPOINTMENTS counts opened by telephone will be Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc.

: payable the following day. Suit pressed _____________40c.;
Every Home-Every Business- All Palm Beaches scrubbed

Every Man has use for a and pressed ____________50c ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Sentinel Want Ad. Mohair suits pressed ______25c. ,
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
FOR SALE a trial and be convinced. W.tkin Block PHONE 104

I Clothes called for and delivered.
1.
I FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car,
5 passenger, in good condition; ex-
I tra equipment; extra tire; exceptional Phone 613. FOR 90 DAYSYou
You can be sure you will never be disappointed by I value, 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 foundation

RANGE. A is always under control it runabout stone building blocks, side-
,
gas oven your. Hupmobile recently over
hauled. In best of condition. A real walk tile, or anything in my
f may bi made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of Dr. S. S. Jones
bargain. Address "Hup, care of the line at reduced. Call around
bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out Sentinel. 5-28-3tc CHIROPRACTOR and let me'surprise: on

just right. FOR SALE-A BARGAIN graduate: Davenport College, 17 and prices.
AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you need Six room house and one extra lot 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone F. D. GORE
adjoining, 66x140 near in house in 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ,
; ;
it-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor
Price cash restored health chiro-
good repair. $1,000 or being to by
ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch. terms. Worth looking into. Fred B. practic adjustments, the new scienceof Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
You will be interested in knowing all the improve- Dale, opp. San Juan hotel. 5-23-6tc removing the cause of disease. Ex- Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.
amination free. 12- 4-1mo
ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic A clean, nice cash business for a -----

lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man small hustler cash, on easy payment terms, balance; 'requires to only suit DoctorsBiiehiiiastcr

to explain.ORLANDO. purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
.!-9-tf & BriindageOSTEOPATHS

I IJ.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story DU. JOSEPHINE HARPER
I cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat Office corner Orange Avenue and
... excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Kirksville, Mo. Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.,
2-23-tf 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Phone 419.
I National Bank. Phone 578.
FOR RENTFOR

RENT-One nice, cool,furnished I PHONE 646
room, cheap, for the summer; ladies Peaches, Green
WATER & LIGHT CO,! only.5-23-6t Apply 206 East Church. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Corn, FreshTomatoes

FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
GAS DEPARTMENTService
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.. BARNARD & SON
Yancey. 3-28-tfc
17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
We carry a full line
BUYERS AND SELLERSI 12-10-im
buy, sell rent, and exchange real of Fresh Vegetables.Call .
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over and look them over
$20.000,000.; Call and see me. Orlando Wood Yard
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

WANTED Removed from Pine St. two blocks Hams and Bacon

r WANTED-To rent house ,by the north on Railroad, west end Wash-
year. Must be modern have sleeping Comb Honey
ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
porch about five or six rooms.and
must be well located, close in. State all times.
will Service will' !location and rent in answer. Address Strictly Fresh Eggs

Start Pllr S rinu Wat r Start Resident j care the.. Sentinel. 5-25-tf Jams and Jellies

May< having fifteen in
years experience Olives and PicklesCARUTHERS
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department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war- PHONE 3UDON'T
rant advancement. Best references. -
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf
all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who & GORE
I \V\NTED furnished house of 6
: specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands I 7 rooms by the year. Large yard or

to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER I preferred. Address C. P., care the New Modern G
service in this line, and we are going daily to Sentinel. 5-26-tf WORRY I Grocery

the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
WANTED-One first class mule for
lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs. farm. State price size, and condition Phone 200
Address Box 553, Orlando, Fla.
Each business house or office that uses the water will -be supplied with a 5-26-6tc
If you are disappointedabout 6 and 8 East Pine St.
COOLER Free of Charge.
WANTED-To buy good clean rags getting a new Eas-

Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles at lOc. pergallon.No at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf ter Suit,we can put your

LOST-A small black velvet purse, old one in good condi-
containing $5 bill and some small tion for just such occas]
deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots. change, between Central avenue and
$16.60
Church street, on Orange avenue. ions.
Reward. Return to Sentinel1.
5-23-tfc.

SIS .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.
A 1N.A.hY LOST One bicycle wheel, between .
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please RICHMONDVA.
THOMAS R. BAKER, Ph.D. return to Morton Jones & Son, bus Dry Cleaning

Rollins College, Flo da. line. 5-13-tf Steam Cleaning

Winter Park, Florida, April 19, 1915 GET OUT on the porch and enjoy Pressing and Repairing .
yourself while you liv winging in
H. B. CONEY, ESQ., Orlando, Florida. an easy porch swing.. et one at
Dear Sir:-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you Tracy & Moore's, 18 Church St. And ReturnAtlantic
brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results: Only 250. Come a at them.
5-23-6tc Cut Flowers VIA
SPRING WATER ,
TO ECHANGin and lot

COLOR ______________________,______Clear. Orlando, 'la nile from Coast Line
REACTION ___________________________'______Neutral railroad set to budded and br, s acres, 9 3 and Plants

:- FREE AMONIA ____________________________None. acres unimpr od ago land.;
i ALBUMINOLD AMMONIA _____________None. Mahlon Gore 4-28-tfc Floral Designs Standard Railroad of the South

CHLORIDE _____-__________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0,35 grains per gallon. Umbrella

TOTAL SOLIDS ____________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. "while y Repair paired Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd

NITRATES _______________________.L________Trace Shop, 21 -4-lyre
Final limit by extension June 30
HARDNESS ______________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
The results' of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am- TRACY. 'TERS Stop-Overs Side Trips
--Ho u done .violet Dell Florist.
monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.of promptlscreen roofs; Variable Routes
the body. dgarage ialty; SPECIAL TRAIN MAY 30
The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small ; v and For reservations call on
door fr t ourprices. J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood A D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
quality. 509. 408 South Lake St.
postal lmo
W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
A very desirable feature ol tms spring \>.mr is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and PURE rom I OrlandoI

just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the lime and magnesia requirementsof used Choi and M.Coole I

the body. Yours respectfully, WChur CLINT BASSPHONE

(Signed) TH03 t.. nAKER. 6t3I I
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N West Jefferson Street I j;
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nnour. Successor to

ELDER SPRING WATER CO. aahorn 11Ch grkn Hand Wood CompanyWood .

L. H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE; v of All Kinds


: W. \Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444 post iSoci PROMPT SERVICE ORLANDO FIT GLASSES, -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES

REASONABLE PRICE AND DO ALL KINDS OF '

Ge OPTICAI. REPAIRING :

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Varied selection of choice ice creams AJSI1MONEY

and Sunday ices dinner.at Hand's. Order now 5-20-ltc for THE KEY TO SUCCESS

Mrs. A. E. Beardon, of Kissimmee,
was among the welcome visitors in IN THE

Orlando yesterday.Dr. lllt) '!1''lj A ."i
and Mrs. J. A. Thompson, of ANA ,
Windermere, motored to Orlando yesterday -
I mingling business with pleasure. -

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Peach, cherry, pineapple ices, and
banana and bisque ice cream at Hand's .
forour Sunday dinner. 5-29-ltc

Loyalty to the StateThe Mr. Street Lightfoot, one of Tam- I. I \

pa's representative citizens, was in I
the city yesterday transacting busi-
Laws of Florida
rigid State Banking I ness and greeting friends. .
...
must be complied with to the letter or we Miss Francis Gonzalez, who has ,
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. P. t'j;
lose our charter. Under their safe pro- I t'- o.
Bliss, at her home on Jefferson street,
visions the depositors' money goes largelyto left yesterday for Sanford. i1ljASKr NY ,
:
/ MAN }
O-o-oh, how fine! Cherry ice, direst / .
the development of home industries. from Hand's Ice Cream Factory. WHO IS ...
Order today for Sunday dinner. Itc SUCCESSFUL
Loyalty to the State-and the advancement .
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hamilton, who HE'LL
of your own personal interests- have been spending several weeks in TELL YOU.

: Orlando left yesterday over the Atlantic '''M- 4
should induce to an account with
you open
Coast Line for Jefferson, Mo.,
the where they will spend the summer

months. OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
State Bank of Orlando Mr. J. A. Von Dohlen Florida pas- Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
senger agent of the Nashville, Chat-
started a few years ago would come in handy now. Start
tanooga & St. Louis railway, with
headquarters in Jacksonville, spent it now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

yesterday in Orlando in the interestof the money.

t iJt his road. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you '

Mr. F. B. Mallory, who has been put in ou.r bank and compound the interest every three
attending Rollins College, left yesterday months. '
for Champaign, Ill., where he will
spend his vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mallory. This estimable -

popular family winter are residents.among Orlando's The Peoples National BanK


"ITiS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
ORLANDO SOCIETY


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Mary Holt, Claire Robinson, Sarah
t
Stagg, Antoinette Slemons and Leona


Benner.The young ladies of Mrs. S. E. : .

J 24apr. Ives Sr.'s Sunday school class gave avery .I I I' r I 1.111.1 t III I I I I II 1.11 I11I1I MIIIIIMMIIMM 1111. 1I111 .11ft. ....__
successful social last evening in :
the church parlors. The guests were :
fined small sums for "extras" such .

; 1 orch S.hades1t as jewelry, new shoes, lack of an :
apron waxed mustaches, etc. Nevin :
Sloan acted as judge and as each offender +I'
was called before him much PACKARD MOTOR CARSThe
merriment ensued. Punch and cake :
were served and several musical num- :
bers closed the program. A good sum
was realized which will be used for :
missions. :

j Invitations have been issued by Mr. : .J
and Mrs. Endor Curlett of Chuluota Best at Any Price

; requesting the presence of friends at
the wedding of their sister, Miss Isabel ,
Eichner to Mr. Charles Stratton Ask the Man Who Owns One
Si Brumley aJSo, of-((huluota. The wed- '
; ding will f fake-place: at high noon on
Wednesday: June 2, Dr. Stagg offi-

ciating. ,\'\S. Branch, Jr., will render -
g- b
the wedding,march. After July
15 the happy couple will be at homeat

46 Bay street St. Augustine. Sold By '

Miss Antoinette Bersing Miss Helen ,

Summer Pleasures without Summer .; midnight Nicholas last and night Miss over Hibbs the Atlantic left at : I San Juan !

Discomforts! Indoors it's sticky and Coast Line for Jacksonville where Garage Company | :

moist. On the porch it's cool- ,: they will take passage on the Merchants .
when the Vudors are down. and Miners' Line for their .

, Why not eat, sleep, live there this summer? nrthern homes. Miss Hibbs is one of .
Thousands do it. The cool air gives appetite and t the teachers at Cathedral school hav- .
forces you to dreamless sleep because it bathes the
i nerves while sleep. It them. } ing charge of the department of expression -
you cures .MUM \ ittllllllMttMtiiMIMMIIiniiltWHO 'III'
Vudor Porch Shades cost little. They give air but at that popular institution.The .
. keep out glare. You can look out through Vudors, I 6 .
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1 not through They last-they keep
"that new look,"for they're stained, not painted nor issued:
l dipper You are invited to be present at the

t Closing Exercisesof l WILL BE YOUR EXECUTOR?
? Phone us the size, we will hang yours today


t OSCAR HAND & SON St. Joseph's Academy ANSWER NO. 1- .
Tuesday evening, June first -.,
t When you appoint an individual as your exe- i
nineteen hundred and fifteenat
: cutor you do not know who will eventually carry
PHONE 35 eight o'clock
.
out the provision of will. <>' .
your
At the Convent Hall '-
A PERSON nominated to execute your will may .t, '
r -- Mrs. John M. Braly and the Misses -
not long survive you. Sickness may delay or prevent -
i i. .. . IMillMMIIIIMIMIiiliiinValuable I Alice and Marian B.raly left last night the beginning or completion of his service.In ;- r .'
on the 12:30 train for their home in : :,'
E J. either case, another person will be appointed 1r ,
: Spring Lake, J. The young ladies j.
., by the Court, possibly the last person :; .
were in the 191\ graduating class of b:.. ,
t whom you would have selected to cary out the ...' .
the Cathedral .1
scKtool, and expect to '
,
will. .
wishes expressed in
your
specialize in music\ Boston Mass, : ....
: next year.Mrs. The Service of a TRUST COMPANY is con- ,. ,:

; Diamond Lost L. B. Forte ItVives today for tinuous. .tl a y .
: points in New York aiNd New Jersey Sickness and abesnce do not delay. You may '
'
!, where she will visit unt'l fall. The begin now to cultivate a'n intimacy and consult -. ,

,, greater part of the time still\ be spent freely with the officers of the company about
with her parents, Mr. and\Ilrs. O. L. your affairs, and know that the information and

How often this appears in the newspapers, the result Badger, formerly this city. wishes imparted to them will permanently influence -

of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry Mrs. J. E. Truckett and Miss Sabre and facilitate the accomplishment of your b
dearest preferences in the settlement of your estate -
by having it examined Wilson left yesterday over th \
at our store at least
once every Coast Line Attan-I as the CONTINUITY OF SERVICE WILL
tic for
I points in
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof BE UNBROKEN.
where they will spend the s comer, I II
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing I returning to Orlando early in tfte fall. i Answer No. 2 will appear in the future issue : A .

in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's Miss Frances McCamy leans this of this newspaper. }
tiOrlaildo
profit. A trial will convinec you. morning for Anthony, where shfe will j Come in any time and freely ask for further

be the guest of her aunt before toing i, information on this vitally important subject. You
to Tennessee, where she will pend '! are welcome, and our officers are always glad to
the summer. \ give advice.

Mrs. David Rogers will enteAtain ;i
T.D.EVANSJEWELER in honor of Miss Augusta Wright\ '!

is whose the social marriage event to of Mr.next Louis Tuesday Hewitt n Blllk( & rot t Coffipally n

Bishop I
Cameron Mann was in I is- !
simmee the first of the week visit ng ORLANDO FLORIDA
Rector W. I
I II. Ball. Bishop Mann \ ill -

I preach in Kissimmee tomorrow.Mr. i Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three I I

and Mrs. )Mather-Smith of 0 lk- Quarters of Million.. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. ;
land, I leave
today on their
private
ar !
!1'I __" .J for their summer home in Chicago I



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