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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: June 1, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME THREE., ORLANDO, ,FLORIDA, 'TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 191o. "' 3 f f NUMBER 91.
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Sf DREAD) ZEPPELIN ATTACK ON LONDON ;




WILSON DEALS :SEVERELY' RETURN NOTE



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::3IORNING:,DISPATCH: ''TELLS' OF: MYSTERIOUS"\ RAID .ON 'WILSON H
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[-r., :" LONDON. WILL. BY"'ALLOW SQUAD'NO OF NEWS,:,ZEPPELINS. OF DAMAGE--CENSOR. BORROWM 0 NEVI-DRAFT- TO ,- D DE[ PAlMA AVERAGES[ [ 89.84



T>r ,; British'' .Admirality: -Trying 4o. To 'Minimize?,' ,' PAYMENT MILES PER "HOUR BREAKING .


: Alarm By Repeated 'Warning. AN

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WARRANTS
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k..'l rj: Damage f MayJBe.*> 5!:.''7'Great Long- Expected Zeppelin_ ,Raid.,'Culminated. J; AlL \WORlD TRACK RECORDS

.:......., It -- _" ,Last.* .'*.. ghtLonclon Newspaper: Hat'e.Been, .. ,CO. BD. PUBLIC INST. MAY Following-
,:- : ::x*:' -:* Cautioned to Put on Lid -v ,. .' BORROW MONEY TO [ :.
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; BULLETIN: *, : PAY: WARRANTS \'NOT AN ACCIDENT' MARRED

London, June 1 (1 :A.t M.)-Zeppelins passed over'the outlyingt.i. GREAT 500 MILE .

", districts:of London last,night, according to an official announcement wArn THERE ARE NO $'S IN TREAS May, Reunion' j SPEED CLASSIC

: of the press bureau'shortly after midnight.:, r.r press: bu- _______- *; I
; appends the following note in its bulletin: '- Va., May 31.
reau
Bill to Establish Hog Cholera Washington : : the Southern Memorial !75,000 WITNESSED SWEEPSTAKES
: "Further:: particulars: will be issued as soon as collected and col Wilson has,
Serum Plant.Is Now in the the Sons of
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lated. his reply to !
the annual
The bureau .then.reminds. ,the newspapers" of" London in a further House for Final in a position were held Hollywood here : Was Fastest, Cleanest and Most }

warning: Action tion declare: : to the twenty-fifth Exciting in History of the

:- "No statement must. :be.,:published- .' dealing, -with the places in the By" C.-'F. Johnson .. ing Germany to : 'in which of the begins United Indianapolis Motor

.neighborhood, -of- .London. .reached" ,by the aircraft- or the-course; sup-' i The Sentinel Bureau, guage 'than through Thursday. SpeedwayIndianapolis _
: ;;--jKJisecHo,have been taken.by th m." And adds: ', Tallahassee, Fla., May 31. The GerD 'that'60,000 persons
-'The. ,admiralty-in communique will give.all the,news which can The senate committee substitute for appointment reunion. Ind., May .-Break- 1
,.." '!':';properly'jjublished." -. house bill No. 98 authorizing the;. ence with : ing all speed records for track-world
.. : board of public instruction to Therefore it I and distance-Ralph De Palma, in a
county IN FEARFUL ;
: # ;This intimation is published explain the absence of de
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; more borrow money. for the payment of the ,president Mercedes, won the 600 mile sweepstakes -
h.tailed reports. \ warrants, when there are no funds jn definite shape Washington, May 31.- in the average time of 89.84
r- From the above, which'is,all! the censor would permit to pass to the treasury passed this *afternoon with* the American miles per hour, and to share the honors ,"'1.

t. 'the cables up to a I late'hour, it would appear that the<<: long.dreaded and provides'that after taking up out- storff, who through reading of the was Louis Fontaine, his mechani-

', ;Zeppelin raids on London had occurred, and the .British admiralty standing warrants now issued no expenditures declarations European war. cian. ';
..Ai. in excess of a certain percent from his members of the cabi More than 75,000 people witnessed -
is making-every, ffo''to'm4 ize the alarm. "
(. of the levy shall be. contracted The fact people of this country the race, which: ,was the fastest, cleanest -,,
in one year. talk with shocked by the and most exciting in the history.
f'; FORMAT DEDICATION OFt BILL:TO ELIMINATE'MANY The house bill containing the provisions for the hope adminstration is about of the speedway.
for the budget system of county might be prvailing in Dario Resta who earlier this year
finances and making every' mem' Wednesday Wilson will won the Vanderbilt cup and Grand
k BAPTIST CHURCH NEGRO VOTERS ber who votes for any" expenditure in .conditions in a, Prix at Los Angeles, was second, in 1
excess of,the tax levy liable for suchgipendjture ;Salient statement will be a Peugot. Gil Anderson, in a Stutz, -J.

# ;and places the penalty The. impe .a meeting of.the. : was third. .
t SUNDAE ": ; :HN.STATEBILL 'L. # ., a*'flrsd;<>FfnJm: lOa-t6":?500'wilh'sSr: :! 5ted .4thY' + 'The details'wilt ..Twenty-fouTjCars'started,'and. '" lev'I.
months in jail, as well as any clerk American of the en finished. "
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'. of the circuit court 'who violates this investigation. ': the' facts,says that Not an accident marred, the,day j
:' ALL DAY:: {SERVICE STARTED -, PASSES SENATE SIMILAR act was passed-this afternoon in the keen wish to can not' fail to though there were'two' 'terribly' close -
4;..'. J5Y SUNRISE! SER- TO N.'CAROLINA;' senate.Xhfs bill, it is stated, will and friendly in the hearts and a calls.' .... "
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r TICEAT6:30Beautiful MEASURE eliminate the over. expenditure of sible in the::maids of the The first Jour to finish and time,of ? ::
'- county funds in,the future. -, have arisen in bringing each were: ,
and-Forceful 'The bill providing'for the establishment = the two end. Mercedes, De Palma, 5:03:55. ,
Music to an
House Appropriates
Money for. '
of a hogcholera serum plant events is what President Peugot,Resta 5:37:24.StutzAnderson j
Addresses Made Dedication Reform -
Marianna School passed,the senate this afternoon and government 5:42:27.
Day a,Notable,One for Express Co License is now in the house,for final action. will terms suggest Stutz Cooper, 5:48:04. ; {
Church and Orlando Tax Killed 'The Woods bill say .. i
county depository "Regarding will outline his plan' *" f>
passed with amendments and has sinking of proposal .it is The races'were watched by several .' i
:Under the most favorable and auspicious By, c. F. Johnson '. been sent- -to the house for concurrence steamer have the people of Orlando. people, among. them being
circumstances.the new Bap- The Sentinel" Bureau, .- This; bill provides for the performance ernment has 1"D come' to the gene Mr.and Mrs.. V. W. Estes Gray Rush, :'I
s:, tist" ,church was, formally dedicated Tallahassee; Fla.., May_31. of the duties o t county neutral of the Red Cross in Ji, C. Otey, and J, P. Holbrook.
Sunday, an'alt day..service constituting The resolution calling;for"a consti- treasurers, whose office has been keen regret foodstuffs and Messrs. Rush and Holbr09kVilt con j
:- the:program,,in which many well tutional amendment adopting the abolished, to take effect-at the expiration states lost to properly care for tinue their trip to Detroit before. returning ''01!!
"known' and brilliant- speakers partici-- 'grandfather"' clause qualification for of the term of the.present,hold- "On this people !Mexico. ". "Jagow"I partieipatng in. a boat trip
pated:. A strong'effort was made ,to voters that will eliminate practically ers',of that office in each county. & ernment, It, was after a given by the Hupp Victor Car com :1

secure Gov. Park' Trammell as one of. every negro.voter in. the state after ,. impression- officials of the d pany. ..
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the speakers' but other arrangements having passed the house severaldaysago HOW:: THEY PLAYED, '* facts having the" full approval of Local interest was very keen in the
'prevented him 'from being 'prsent. "was __' ... and ,
today given final passage in ,- ;, bearing on Miss Mabel race bulletins were.flashed every
.;.. : The. Sunrise service, which,'-was the senate.; This bill is said to be -National League nia may Red Cross, ,sent her few, minutes at;W. W. Wri b.ts-'G od -"
held .at. 6:30. o'clock was filled with. practically the .same as the measure New 'York 2, Brooklyn 6. -. ,of the to:the.governors.f of, and B d'Cigarst re, the Postal Telegraph ., .:!
sentiment, the finest.and_most sincere in effect."in- '. .the- state of North Carolina Boston 2, Philadelphia 5. "* -statement President. company supplying theiervice.. "
'worship. being indulgedin -:.by' the"; Pittsburgh 1, Chicago 0.) Ilnited- the United States rg !I
large .congregation. The Rev.' Dr. ; Marianna'AppropriationsIn ""St.'Louis 1-4 Cincinnati 2-4;"seg.ond -, sumption see that aid which the POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WILL
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P 'ulSon 'delivered a beautiful" prayer, the house today Representative .'game called, darkness._ regarded as for Mexico's WED TONIGHT
followed by a ,strong address. Other Bryan succeeded. in passing a bill in '. chantman. distributed The wedding.of Miss Augusta Cornelia J'
}' speakers included*Mayor E. F. Sperry keeping with his committee recommendations American 2, Boston LeaguePhiladelphia R allows itself of ,the Red Cross Wright daughter of Mrs. Clarion -
p' and M. 0."Oversfreetj chairman" of,the ,for 'rebuilding the :Mari- Washington 1,,.New:York 9. : point that 1, C. Wright, _to Mr' Louis Talleyllewitt -
building committee. : anna reform ''school. Appropriationsof ; the largest The stock of the features' the social l calendar
t The dedication service proper began .$60,000 for buildings, $$80,000' for Chicago- :3sDetroit1. c. -. chantshipS, on West Church this week:;' The marriage will take "
at 10S-o'clock and continued for maintenance 'for_two years, and $8,500 federal.League ,* funds as aly damaged by a fife place this evening at 8 o'clock at 'the ;
.t several hours;, the; 'Rev.Dr." .. B. D.: for paying the presentdeficit were' Buffalo SV Baltimore 5.l3rooklyn,5 %, carried, morning. The source bride's home,411- ,Gray; 'of, Atlanta,, secretary of the carried,in the bill. Newark 3. list issued unknown. The. stock matron;. of :honor.will-be Mrs. Gordon '
'_ homemission board of,the South de-: License Tax, on Express Companies Chicago- 2-2.. Kansas, City 3-1 y Wright, ,and'1J s 'Prudence. 3falone
liyered a masterly-dedication sermon, lulled St, Louis :3 t-0, Pittsburgh 2sec- .ing' to will t be maid of honor. The bridesmaids -1
ond called in 'ninth, darkness.' .
His theme three The J. canhon are the Misses Elizabeth BranhamAlma ,
was divided into measure that would have reduced in a list.of -
r groups, the 'temple, or church, 'beinga the license tax: on express companies :* Southern League t ... nd'con in February; 1915 DeLaney, Mame Thornton,
place,of worship, teaching, and giv- was killed.in the house today, :Mobile.0-2. ,"':Memphis 4-1. \4. "The shipping Jean person Guilds Happersett, and .,
) ing. Following Dr. Gray's addressMr. in spite'of strenuous efforts'of l lobby, Atlanta: 3, Nashym '4. ':*.*.... has-the k. protection under: Lillian.Smith;of the"Bachelor Girls"
.' Overstrielbriefly'told'hf the history ists to have the bill enacted. The Birmingham 3-0/LittIe,Rock.24. attention .of distinguishing and Eliza Wright' _and Louise Smith.
>::,t: of the vement.whidl. resulted !'measure' would',have reduced the" .license _. New Orleans-Chattanooga- ... ; 'rjain.- ment,, to I thus disguised to }Ir. Lawrence Lawton will.act as Mr.
in the church. Hewitt's best man. Several selections
new .He paid tribute provided at the session of-1913. submarines by -
,'i.. .to L.-C. Townsend, superintendent of FRENGH.fiAlN Gk < *.' will be rendered by Miss Alta Wright,
construction: Ley, of the Methodist. chu-'ch, and Drr "The imperial g :Following the'wedding there will. bea
::1 Theunvedingof the windows was a Gray of Atlanta. Dr. Gray again & its"final, de( .reception:atwhich the Eachekn "
feature of the service and.was:'accompanied spoke'at: the-evening's service. BLOODY fcEUVILLE nds advanced in ;Girls, ;and Mrs* Thos. 1;. Brodwater
r by impressive :Scripturereadng :All the services were marked by! :- ": sinking of-the will assist in serving. nWlf be
_by the pastor,and music ,.by the beautiful' music from the choir under'I .... ,.., of,an answer from served by Miss Cora Holland..:
1 choir.: One of the windows was''given the direction of Mr. Geo. W.'Phillips. LONDON, MAY* 51 FfG TIXG FRENCH t. feels Miss Wright entertained at luncheon .
by Mr. and Mrs.'J. L.-DilIard.of Winter Mr.." Witt. Branch, Jr-. is organist. FROMTRENCH:TO.TRENOlVlTH.fn& .l' TiE' : : sion to recall here and 'yesterday the young women who '. 4
Garden, and the other was the At. 'the dedication service twenty--: 'GERUANS BITTERLY: CONTESTING ::THEIR. -cognizance with will be attendants at her wedding. : ..
Hull memorial.,given by members of two neiv-.members joined the church ING AND; mediatory proposals .su
Then ; EVERY FOOT'OF THEIR : Nashville Tenn., May 31.-:.At midnight -
the Hull families im memory:of heir Baptist _church. is destined to -j MA"N TRE United States '
t 'mother, and f father. ,'Ur., and .Mrs. W. steadily increase: _its : already, highstandard ADYANCE.THE; F'RENCH PUSHED*!MILL j I AND and,. London, as a- tonight. Tennessee's" :, new law -
B. Hull. ," ,and continue to be a .power FORWARD STILL FURTHER TO-j j[FACTORY.. "Vivendi ,for. .I which prohibits social' or",fraternal .
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"Th "DilJard 'window. = to the. north fob:; righteousness .in Orlando. DAY"IN:? THE REGION AROUND r- FIFTY 'warfare dubs from dispensing Intoxicants or -
represents Easter Mornn'and the Hull The Sentinel haspreviously reviewed pNEUVILLESAINT YAAST AND'iREMAINED. : Great Britain.". The I maintaining lockersJfpr-ztoring i.iquors -

window to the. west represents the .,the history or the. church and BETWEEN :SOUCHEZ".' ND -CA/:TIIE .,n 'by its r adine I f becomes effectIVe. stie'. .,.*. ,. '
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Gethsemane scene.. _Both are;; :very, given, a'description of:its beauty:! ,A RE'- j a discussion .of" these I :ru&J.ttATltEJt"
beautiful. '. -. further'.discussion. *vjould 'beysuperfluThe ; 'THE .JIOST' VIOLENT F FIGHTING.TINUES! IN : demonstrated its.good -Florida i- --SBowers Tuesday ..and s
At- 3'.9'cI kn the.afternoon' Rev ons, -- *t.- OCCURRED IN THE BATTLE'JOK:; I.L :\ ,ample fashion. The probably **..
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C. T.: Douglass-of Winter Park, de- Sentinel joins'with-' the entire SHE.--PO SESSiQx OF MALON: SYSTEM -> proposals was .. ,
livered"the 1"invocation' ; and"brief'.ser city,county and,state in,congratulat MILL, ON THE,- CARENCY-SOUV.. JGEBMANS 1kno-w.: by the For your- ,summa b r'e'aj'ing- ,::1,6p0books (
mops were given'by Rep.SCagg,"pastor ing'he'church-upon' attainment ofa CHEZROAD.AFTER. : j LTIFIED: ''TO: of:the'British to-select f rorn.'fr'me-to Cyftls' ;" ;'
,of the. Presbyterian-cHurch";' Rev. hew and'modern house of 'ATBRRIFie FIGHT'THE : ,
.., .worship* J rU!l'14E- 'iV"-- (Signed) '. & O'Neal, book, store. '-- .. :

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ITALY'S CAMPAIGN INVOLVE TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT u. S. MUST SAVE ITS MONEY TO ItHMflltllMllltllllllMIIIIMIMM

SWITZERLAND IN Paris.-By September 4 the ad- BUILD UP COMMERCESan
THE WAR?
vance guard of the Prussian army

Geneva, Switzerland, :May 29. was within eight miles of Paris. What Francisco May .-"We will
Will Switzerland become a second would have happened if there had never become a great financial nation,

Belgium? Will this lithe state be been no battle of the Barne? A dep- loaning money to other nations and

able to maintain its neutrality? Will uty, M. Dariac, today told something financing our own foreign trade until

she, moreover, be able to feed her about the arrangements made for the American public has learned to
Announcement cL
people and her many guests when all feeding the people of Paris in case ofa save.
nations which surround her are lockedin siege. This was the statement made here

life and death struggle? All persons who could leave would tonight by Dr. Edward Ewing Pratt,

The entry of Italy in the war pre- have first of all been sent out. There chief of the federal bureau of foreignand

sents these questions. It is an anx- would have remained a population of domestic commerce, in a speech
ious moment for the nation of William -
about two million people. For these before the California Bankers' Asso-
Tell.Consider.
the present military position large stocks of provisions had been ciation.
of the Teutonic allies. On the laid in-frozen meat, flour, preservedmeat He pointed out the difficulties of
. frontier Austria and their en- international trade and
Italian and coffee, and also flel building up
> sugar
emies barrier have nine between thousand them, a feet mountain high. of different kinds and provender for internationakbanking and outlined the I wish to announce to my friends and
duties of the banks of the United
These mountains are pierced by only horses.
two railway passes. In addition to Towards September 5, when the States in siezing the opportunity pre- customers that after June 1st store
the natural defenses, both nations sented by the war. my
battle of the Marne was only just be-
forts have added bastions an and immense field fortifications.system of ing foreshadowed, the mayor of each "Where can be got trained bankersto will be located

Similarly on the other side of Switz- ward of Paris sent round papers to carry on American international

erland the Vosges stretches north be filled up by each householder.The banking?" asked Dr. Pratt.
have proved a stumbling block to the number of rations "Frankly they are not to be found.In .
required was
French and the Germans alike. These
two mountain lines of battle can not thus determined. Women were to a conversation recently with a man
be turned-except by a violation of who is in charge of a considerable
draw three-quarters of a man's ration 9 W. CHURCH ST. :
the neutrality of the Swiss. children under 13 a half ration, foreign banking business, he made the
By cutting across a little corner of statement that his
organization was
southeastern Switzerland, Austria children under 2 1-2 years two pintsof
coudl pour an army through the En- milk daily. Persons over 65 were willing to establish branches just as

gadine and suddenly emerge on the also to receive that quantity of milk fast as men could be obtained to take
plains of Milan, dealing a blow to the charge of them, an dhe pointed out
of few over and above the ordinary rations. Do not that the fair
heart Italy. By invading a that he could not only not find men forget same dealingsand
miles of northwestern Switzerland the Each household was to be providedwith
Kaiser might hope to approach the a book available for one month, who know foreign languages and who
French fortified district of Belfort containing tickets of various colors- know international banking, but that high grade service that has characterized -
from the south. he could find woh
not well
The same advantages would accrueto white for bread, pink for meat, yellowfor men are
in the field of business in the will be
Italy or to France by using the milk, blue for groceries. Persons qualified domestic bank- my past con-

territory of this mountain people to not eating at home were to be given ing."The
flank Germany and Austria's forces restaurant tickets. banking interests of this coun- tinued in my new quarters. It will pay
and thus avoid the costly and slow face .
try an unparalleled opportunity.It
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These carried
arrangements were
"frontal attack.
Would it be worth the cost to the !out in every detail for the military is an opportunity for expansioninto you to buy drugs from this store.

belligerents? That is what Switzer- .camp of Paris-that is to say, not the world's markets and it is the
land is wondering. Switzerland would opportunity of making the United
fight bravely as Belgium did-and she only the city of Paris itself, but the
States the financial
center of the
is prepared. However, the few hun- whole department of the Seine and a
dred thousand troops, hardy and good I portion of the Seine et Oise. world. It has come upon us with extraordinary -
marksmen though they be, would suddenness and it has
probably not suffice to check the great Courteous
"THE YOWELL-DUCKWORTH'S found us unprepared. I believe, however Prompt
masses now engaged in the world
war, especialyl as no attempt wouldbe STORE"By that American bankers will rise
made to invade the heart of Switz- Paul Berlock, the Negro Poet to the opportunity."
erland but only to use a handy corneras Is you bin down to Orlander town, Dependable
a roadway.The In de las two er three years?
entry of Switzerland in the Dey's usin every inch er groun- HOUSES AND MULES HAVE AR-
war on either side would be a great Got de bildin craze I hears. RIVED FOR THE AUCTION
shock to the sympathies of a large Dey's built en built I do declare, SALE THIS TUESDAYMagruder's I
share of the Swiss populace. Here in Dey built up some fer sho; .
the north the Swiss peak German and But none I seed I kim compare Stables has received a
are Teutonic in their sympathies.Other Wid Yowell-Duckworth's store. car load of good strong farm horses ,
parts of Switzerland are French and mules, that are to be sold this
speaking and still others Italian. The I gazed en gazed en stopped right Tuesday at auction to the highest and
United States alone presents a parallel still, best bidder. Those who have seen
to the unanimity with which these I sartinly wuz surprise- the stock pronounce them a very use-
people of diverse race stocks have so Thought dat I wuz in Jaxonville ful lot of good business horses and
lar stuck together.On Couldn't hardly bleeve my eyes. mules. They are all in hard working StoreJ.
the whole, even here, a German Five stories high, dats gwying some, condition, ready for the hot summer City Drug
invasion is considered more likely Roof Garden top Ise sho, business. A couple of extra fine sad-
than a violation of Swiss territory by Ise bin up dar en seed, begum, dlers are in the drove, and some big
either France or Italy. There is first Dat Yowell-Duckworth store. mules. The stock can be seen and
the precedent of Luxemburg and Bel tried by any one who is interesteduntil
L. DEAN Orlando Fla.
gium. Then it is well known that Deys got a thing built lak a cage, satisfied of the goodness of the Prop. ,
Gefmany has in the archives of her Fer ter take up or down, animal. They will be sold privatelyor
wonderful great general staff at Ber- To ride in dat is all de rage they will make exchanges if youso
line complete detailed plans for en- Wid folks fum out er town. desire. On Tuesday evening every
tering Switzerland should this be ad- Ise bought dey goods, dey fits me remaining horse or mule will be sold ,
judged expedient.The stount, to close them out, no matter what
first plans of this sort were Deyll suit de rich er poor. price they bring. If you need a good
made in 1875 at the time of a Franco- 1st gwine right back when dem gives horse or mule of any kind, don't miss 0 M; MtHltllltlBIIHMMMIIIMIIIIillllliiHIMItMt MllilllMIMMttitii
German war scare. The late Prince _out, this opportunity.
Frederick Charles of Prussia, the con- To Yowell-Duckworth's store.I .
queror of Bazaine and Metz, worked
out the idea roughly. In the forty knowed dem each one fum a kid ttttllltMIIIMII liltMlltlllltltlilliiMMItl
!
years since then the plans have been Ed wearin dey little kicks,
amplified.The Never thunk dey'd do what dey has f WE DELIVER THE GOODS
scheme contemplates the cross- did, .
ing of the Swiss border at Basle and En buy up all dem bricks.I .
also between the river Aar and Lake thinks dat Ise bout told you nuff- Orlando Delivery and Messer erServiceHarleyDavidson
Constance. By way of the Glatt Zu- I guess I'll say no more.
rich, Olten, the western Swiss rail- Go dar, you'll find d:.t deys "hot
road system and the Jura pass an stuff," TruckFOR
advance would be made upon Dijon. At Yowell-Duckworth's store.
Belfort and Besancon would be turned.
The French know this, of course, and You could almost walk in glory QUICK SERVICE
it is understood here that if Germany Ef you had on thir famous shoes,
should attempt anything of the sort En chile, I tell you (taint no story) .
Joffre's soldiers would immediately Dey sells mos anything cept booze.I .
blow up the Jura railroad.To specs when Gabriel comes dat PHONE 444 '
gain Italy the AustroGermansmight mawnin, w
cross the upper Engadine and After two blasts he does blow ORLANDO Message
might attempt to seize the St. Goth- He'll toot agin while we am yawn To the BusinessMen No. 1 Good and Bad Cigar Stores
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ard tunnel.In One blast fer YowellDuckworth'sstore.
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extracts of the instructions regarding of Orlando

the German war plan in ques- .II.III.II..I..I..1 I 111. . . .
tion, made public here, occurs the following BLOW AT KOREAN MISSIONARIES Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is

ominous passage: the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town ea-- s
"Switzerland being a mountainous Seoul, Korea.-It is reported here
country, the action of francstireurs show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their
the Japanese authorities will soon extend -
would be particularly dangerous to a principle of the Japanese pub- homes are well painted. The :bvdarket
the progress of our troops and conVO's. lic schools that religion must be
sep- shows lack of lack of
." Nothing a pride, a prosperity, like paint-
arated from education to all private OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
The methods used in Belgium are schoools. This would be a serious hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and

evidently to be repeated, for the plan blow to the Christian mission economical paint, we recommend OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

dwells on "the necessity to punish schools, which now teach history, geography FRESH AND SALT MEATS
with the fulelst rigor any breach of English and the Christian
the peace by the population, which religion to their pupils. It is hard to Kept under the best sanitary conditions. '
would have to be kept quiet by means see how the missionaries could combat Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freob
of wholesale executions. The Swiss the order, however, as it would apply
benig excellent' marksmen, the great- to Buddhism, Shintoism and any oth- ir and par*-

est care should be taken to disarm the er religion the same as to Christianity. and Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your We Invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
population. Every inhabitant foundin I painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of everything in the Meat Line.
the
posses ion of a rifle must be I painting you have in mind. Today's the day.
shot, irrespective of age or sex, and !
Wild West Show, Orlando Fair
his house razed to the ground. The H. 2VT.: : Self & Co.
hostages of the particular town Grounds, Thursday, June 3. Admis- i NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
or
sion 25 cents. See the night shirt !
village with where he resides" must be dealt race. 5-30-4tc pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
in the same way.
Germany is feared, too, because of i -
the well known Teutonic policy of always -

Germany striking first.will It allow is improbablethat Italy to C Colollial l ] Hill
pound at the barriers of Austria with-

out such attempting as carried a Von lightning Kluck offensive to the, CAREY HAND ..

gates of Paris in August, and such as
has so often resulted in the crushing EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
defeat of Russian masses. The vio-
lation of Swiss neutrality would opena 'FUNERAL DIRECTOR
You hear about Colonial
door to a raid even as did the vio- -

lation the war.of Belgium at the beginning of Hills. AND EMBALMER

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NEW CONNECTICUT WOMEN'S: You read about Colo- mAll- t I Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne


London COLLEGENew Conn.-The new Con- nial Hills. calls answered Promptly Dayor with plenty of Foliageand

necticut College for Women will open You talk about Colo-

here women this under fall with instruction fifty-nine, of young whom nial Hills. Night. Hand Block. Trees.

thirty-seven will be resident students. ,
There are two dormitories, a well Sooner or later you I
equipped science hall, with adminis- Orlando Florida.i
will in Colonial Price
tion and class rooms, and a refectory buy :i $2000.00

Thames occupying river.two houses overlooking the Hills. Why not NOW! PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457, : i

Morton F. Plant gave more than
It will satis-
$1,000,000 for the endowment fund. : give you
" The college will confer the degrees of
B. A. and B. S. Each county in Connecticut faction and profit. C. A. HOVEY
is raising a fund for college
scholarships.Have f


a good time-go to the Fair
Grounds Thursday and see a real Wild CARL DAMN Sentinel Want Ads Get Results ,,
West show. Big time. 5-30-ltc !

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t THE FIRST 100 PERSONS ENTERING THE SOUTH DOOR ON ORANGE AVENUE THE OPENING
t DAY OF THIS SALE WILL RECEIVE NUMBER AND AT TEN O'CLOCK WE WILL HAVE :
iIV DRAWN BY SOME CHILD FIVE NUMBERS FROM THIS ONE HUNDRED. I. I';

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The opportunity of the year. Everyone remembers th rPat sale" we gave' last..May in hire

everyone said they never had bought goods so cheap before. WELL, THIS WNfi jAfciSvTilTbe 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 .


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DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT consists of the OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENTis OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT: has all the latest '

prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all 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 the H. & W.
Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and
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Suits Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits,
c! Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears.
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OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assort- OUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT has just receiveda OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that
ment of foot wear for Men: Women and Children in
South Florida. great assortment of big bargains in the newest Head- delight the heart of the lady of the house, for she can get

wear 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, Uuderwear, The Famous KuppenheimerLine the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Dra- '
of Clothing in Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair
peries, Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and every- ,
Suits. In fact, for
to
everything a man wear. to
OtJR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend
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
l 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. ings that wonderful.
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STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new t
________ ONE LOT SILKS, consits of l\Iesseline, Foul-
POPLINS, full wide wide in.black shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price $1.19
and fancy
ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth ,
f colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price ___________89c up
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special clean up in our June
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale I :_ : ___50C I
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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 jlf
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CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, this sale: ;;,
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________58c SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain 1 1
CREPE quality, June Sale Price ------------------"$1.1? $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________84c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to J i
METIORS 40 inches wide
soft shimmering silk with a high, a radium beautiful fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________95c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c, J!
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 ________:2ocThV ;

quality, June Sale Price ----------------____$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _______________________:_42c Ii
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f : E DAILYj I NOTE IS FIRE ALARMSSYSTEMATIZED. WHAT THE AUTOMOBILE BLUE --- ,

EVASIVEThe BOOK SAYS
South Florida SentinelMORNING
German note dispatched to the When the fire bell rings who knows
AND WEEKLYV. United States;replying to the Lusita- where the fire is? Would it not be a "Orlando is known as the automo-

.. C.!. ESSINGTON GLENN ......BBUHCM_.Manager EditorW. nia case, is decidedly disappointing.The good idea to divide Orlando into four bile city, since there are more auto-
note plainly and purposely evades sections, southeast, northeast, south- mobiles owned by private drivers in
Entered. a* Second at the Clara postoffice MU Matter.at Orlando. Florida the issue raised by President Wilson west and northwest, giving one, two, this city than in any other place of
that the attack and sinking of the three and four distinct and separate its size. Orlando has fine drives, one
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cunard liner was not justified, thatit rings of the fire bell for the above respective of the best being the Lucerne boule-
Dail 1 Year 15.00
Da 7. 6 Months 250Duly. was contrary to the principles of sections of the city. vard, a beautiful picturesque road. ,
.. 1 3 Month Month....125Daily humanity, and that it violated the For instance, if there were a fire at Drives may be taken along the shoresof
rules of international law. Instead, the corner of Jackson and South Main Lake Lucerne, amid the of
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 groves
the note seeks to justify the attackof streets, one ring of the fire bell, following palms, oaks and magnolias, or to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS P A PAYABLE IN
ADVANCETO murderous submarines by allusion' the general alarm, would be Lake Minnie, where there is a fine
ADVERTISERS: to the technical issues involved. In intelligence that fire existed in the park of natural pines. Boating and
no line of the note is there any evidence southeast section of Orlando; the fishing may be enjoyed on Lake Eola. '
Copy for.display..t be handeo and all in at other the bandsetsdmtisisg hutneM that the finer emotions of human same system being used for the remaining Each year at certain times there are i i
office, of fibs Sentinel not later than t p. m. sympathy actuate the German sections. the automobile parades and water
the dW before puMkttion. This rule applies
U chances for rpntrtet advertising: it i. Empire, except several "regrets." Orange avenue should be the divid- carnival, and exciting driving races.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. The president's future action, in all ing line between the east and west The orange and banana plantationsare

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued probability will be a stronger reiteration and Pine street the dividing line be- interesting sights to the visitor."
should notify the office in writing will on be of the first note demandinga tween the north and south. Such a The above is taken from the official -
the date of expiration otherwise it
continued at the regular subscription. rates direct instead of an evasive answer. system would eliminate the whirligigof automobile blue book for 1915,
'
Telephone IIlItil 'DOtice N to..stop l>-r eo is n.received.................. 24 The German note accentuates its spirit vehicles up and down and around just off the press. The account con- .
of evasion by throwing the blame and over the streets every time the cerning Orlando is not exactly authentic .
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1915. entirely to the British government.The fire alarm sounds.MEMORIAL as regards certain drives, but ---- i, .

o o its reference to Orlando being the t:5-: ---:'. D--_ .
: Let us have Peace? Birmingham Barons are in sec- DAY OBSERVED automobile city is correct. Orlando's
o ond place in the Southern Leaguerace SUNDAY mention is among the few places de- WJ1i@J
Who will act as a baseball boosterin the Chicago Nationals are in scribed in Florida.DECORATIONS .

Orlando? first place in the National Leaguerace Memorial day was fittingly observed ....,-- !f
o and the Louisville Colonels are Sunday with patriotic exer- NOVEL FEATUREThe cJ.']
... Heard every day: "They are fresh in second place in the American As- cises by the U. S. Grant Post, G. A. t'

from our own garden. sociation. All three teams trained in R., and the Woman's Relief Corps. Tampa Tribune in its accountof
o Florida last winter. It does not require Promptly at 2 o'clock those partici- the twenty automobiles which will
_ The open season for weddings was much mental effort to under- pating assembled at Mayor Sperry's leave there on June 14 for the Phar- WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE
ushered in this morning. stand why these teams are well to the residence and vehicles drove them to maceutical gathering in Atlantic City, THAT OUR
<;I front in their respective leagues. the cemetery where the ceremonies says:
I
This has been an excellent season, Florida climate did it! were held. I The cars will be decorated with

so far for us to plant more sweet potatoes o Post Commander S. R. Hudson act- I pennants, mottoes and slogans according -
If love rules the world why doesn't ed as master of ceremonies in place of to their own individual ideas, ANNUALSPRING
o Europe get a little of it? Post Commander J. II. Wilkins, while I and as there is a loving cup offeredby

Even the graduate smiles when he 0STOREKEEPER Mr. F. A. Curtis acted as chaplain.Gen. Mr. Stanford for the slogan which AND SUMMERCLEARANCE
reads his essay after a lapse of fif- BLUE Logan's first order for the ob- I. has the best advertising value for the

teen years. servance of Memorial day was read i town from which it comes no doubt
Sleepy eyed merchant, awake, blow
0 your horn, by Peter Palen. He was followed by I this feature will be very interesting.It .
March on Mexico City is about to Remove from your business that as- W. R. O'Neal, who delivered a strong I is not definitely decided yet SALE
be resumed, but the dispatches do not pect forlorn, address. "America" was sung, following whether they will stop in Lakeland or
say by whom. If the attain heights of success you hope to which the graves of the Blue Bartow for lunch, but the party expects -

o To you we suggest Want Ad. cam- and the Gray were decorated. I to reach Orlando in time for
The trouble with the man who paign.To I supper and for a treat which is being WILL COMMENCE
knows it all is he knows a lot that is the Sentinel office phone, call or ASSOCIATED CHARITIES WILL arranged by the druggists and the

of no earthly good. "To build write up, my business would be a MEET MONDAY, JUNE 7 i Board of Trade of Orlando.
0 delight.' I The roads are in fine condition and
Great Britain hates to see the One of our experts will make you a At the meeting of the Associated there is every reason to believe that NXTftIIIAYJUN4,1915{ [ ; .

American gold eagles crowding the callA Charities Saturday night a constitution -I the trip will be made without any
flourishing business have be-
you'll
pound sterling off the map. fore fall. was adopted. Another meetingfor trouble whatever as there will be a AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS !
o o Monday, June 7, was announced :I pilot car and a guide who has made
Only a few more days for the leg- FROST DAMAGES CROPS IX at the San Juan hotel' and at this I f the trip a great many times and ONLY t
islative wheels to turn-then "off MANY SECTIONS time the permanent organization will : knows the road perfectly.
with the old love, on with the new." be perfect election of officers I

o Mr. F. A. Purdy, who left Orlandoa will take pl HHfeMH 've. citizens -i 1 DR. McEWAN TO CHICAGO- I
"Coldest 27th in the of -- -
history
May -
will bePOSTOFF .
couple of weeks ago to spend the /
- the weather bureau," headlinein -- .
a
says ,
summer at his old home in Ashtabula, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. McEwan left --
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esteemed northern _
an contemporaThe -
Ohio, sends us a copy of the Star, D NA. yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
.. published in that city on Thursdav: THOLIDAY Coast Line for Chicago. The Doctor '
---. "Ashtabula county crops the clinics while 11ril 1
suit will attend Murphy .
parents of a baby are the only wetu a\11y a rage last night:, as the Yesterday was a national holidayand Mrs. McEwan will visit Mrs. Mather- 'UJJ! jp"Of

successful conversational opponentsof result of a disastrous drop in temper- the same was observed by the Smith at Highland Paik, near the ... = /
the man who wishes to talk about ature. In practically all parts of the postoffice. It was closed all day,with Windy City. On their way home they .

himself. county the mercury went below the the exception of the general delivery will pay a visit to Dr. McEwan's 'v .. ,
.' o freezing point and froze ice to a thick window, which was opened for a short mother in New York city. They expect -
Crops in Orange county never ness of one-eighth of an inch. The while in the morning and after the to be absent from Orlando about
looked better. From corn to toma- mercury dropped as low as 31 degreesin arrival of the mails in the afternoon. I two weeks. A Marvelous Season's
there has been healthier
toes
never a
places near here. It
many was by ---- -
condition. Corn acreage is increas- far the most fatal set back that local SellingThis
ing every year. crops have had in years and farmers
--.- will lose thousands of dollars as a re-
Where is there another city the sult." SkateTONIGHT is a pre-inventory event, and a
size of Orlando that can produce
stock-clearing event.
three such beautiful edifices as the ORANGE COXTY GETS $1,700.80

new Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian FOR SCHOOLSThe
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WILL
churches? Again Orlando leads. .
PREVAIL .
o apportionment of state school .
Men who have special togs to wear millage was Saturday given out by
when working about their homes are Superintendent of Public Instruction Everything in the Store Reduced !
hardly recognizable in such regalia to V.
N. Sheats that
showing each county -
Goods will be priced for what they will
the friends who are accustomed to gets 80 cents per pupil. Orange .
seeing them down town in citizen's county's part of this apportionmentis fetch, actual costs not considered.SEE .

clothes. given at 170080.
o More than hundred
one thousand
f Orange county people may very dollars was on hand when the esti- THE LATER ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

, properly regard the Sentinel as the mates were made, and a balance of FULL PARTICULARS
advertisers' directory for Orlando. Every 1050.39 will be left when each country -
I enterprising merchant in the City is sent vouchers for their share of
f Beautiful uses the advertising col- the one-mill school tax. REMEMBER THE DATEDICKSONIYESCO

umns of the SentineL
ORLANDO SKATING RINKCor.
o CIVIC LEAGUE WILL HOLD A ,--
-. An Atlanta amateur scientist claims MEETING TOMORROW
t that the wind may be seen by holding

! a hand saw, teeth upward, at an angler The meeting of the Civic League

r:i 45 degrees slanting away from the yesterday which was to have been Ave. & Jackson Sts.
t' direction in which the wind is Mow- held at Mrs. T. P. Warlow's residencewas Orange

r ing. And Georgia is supposed to be stponed until Wednesday on
l a dry state. account of the inclement weather con- McCRACKEN & GORE Proprietors

f o ditions. A public health program "-iIIbe
Congratulations to Orlando for its
tomorrow
given
I afternoon and a
f- success in securing the next general full attendance is expected.
} assembly of the Presbyterian church. 8000 square feet as smooth as glass. Ma-
This will bring many visitors to Glorious RICHARD BUNCH IMPROVEDMr.
t;. Florida who might not other- ple wood floor to glide over. 300 pairs of
wise come. It will help Orlando and Richard Bunch's

; in so doing will help all Florida. I Will be glad- to know that many the-H-friends young skates from which to make your selection.

i' -- man, who has been very ill for some
i
All the fools in the world are not time, is greatly improved and he is Fine music furnished by Electric Piano. Refreshment -

in Europe. There are some in America now able to be up and around at the
r Sunday a man jumped 185 feet home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. stand presided over by Charley
} from the Brooklyn bridge to the river L. Bunch on East Central avenue.
'; below and met death. lie was trying Rock, Jr. General admission to night

j to attract attention so that he could REV. LEY TO OCALA THURSDAYRev.
F.; enter the moving picture actors' fra I sessions will be 10 cents, skates 15 cents.

r ternity. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist -
a o church, will go to Ocala Thurs- No admission charged to morning and afternoon N

t The Windermere board of trade has day to attend a meeting of the boardof
r two women among the officers. That church extension of the Methodist sessions. Three sessions daily, 10 to -

t- progress.organization One appears of its to recent be makingt effortsI him.church.The His trip family will be will made accompany by automobile 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10. .DP[ ARTMNI[ STO'Rt.

I was the preparation of a "memorial" /
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presented to the legislature recom- ..
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; mending that a centennial exposition GONE ON SAD MISSION
, FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
be held at Orlando in 1919 commem- ORLANDO'S
orating the Florida purchase. Any Mr. D. B. Raubon left yesterday afternoon The Store of true service of never-failing cour-
one wishing to question the argumentthat over the Atlantic Coast Line Children Under 14 Not Admit- tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

women do not make good executive for Waycros, Ga., in response to a chandise, at right; pricesr
l officers should hasten to Win message announcing the death of his ted on the Floor at Night
dermere and attend a board of trade father, Mr. W. F. Raubon, which occurred ..
session. in the Georgia city Sunday.
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WILL RING 1
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THE SOCIAL CALENDAR The Misses Alice and :Marietta Drew Admission 5 Cent 1J
have returned from the Cathedral
I.O Tuesday, June 1. ***+*, J
l&sjness meeting and lawn school in Orlando for the summer va w .allalll..la..I&.II.' for many couples during the next sixty days and those who send

,- *oMocoQ at S. E. Ives. cation. They will be with their par- # TODAY'S PROGRAM out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Stevens
:??"- o 1rSt.. Joseph's:ents at Dinsmore until about Juiy 15, # -j
"HEART BEATS"A
Co., 47 Whitehall Atlanta Ga. and
ck. Convent Hall. 'I s *, Engraving St, Samples pricesare
when they expect to go to Chicago Reliance special feature, in two j
,
Club Mrs. Allan furnished Be and the
upon application. sure get proper .
for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Her- : parts.
ss.
June 2. I[bert Howe Sherer.-Times-Union. "A WIFE FROM THE COUNTRY" thing by ordering from them. J

jding at Geneva. A Reliance comedy.

.tertain and Miss at Mary Missin I I Mrs. Richard Marks will leave JESSE L. LASKY "CAUGHT IN THE PARK"A 1.

honor of Missis 'shortly for Orlando, where she will Keystone comedy.
at 3:30. be present at the marriage of her sister Presents Five Cents to All

:Club, Mrs. M. O. Miss Antoinette Slemons, and BLANCHE SWEET Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
Mr. John Arnold, of Jacksonville, ADDITIONAL LOCALS 1
June 3. which will be an event of June.- 1
;pupils>> of St. Jo- Times-Union. Miss Sarah Stagg left yesterday .J

uneI.. afternoon for Chicago where she will tI A==oI: IJIJiI:

n for Dr.and Mrs. Mrs. Richard P. Marks will arrivein visit relatives and friends. She will "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U
at Presbyterian Orlando today from Jacksonville be met in Jacksonville by her brother, ,

r for a three weeks visit with her par- Mr. Jno. W. Stagg, Jr., who will accompany -
ents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons.0 .f.f'i her to that city.
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Card Club J. G. Manuel (nee Miss Merle II. Rolfe, who has been at T t'
en-
ns anniver- Chance) will entertain her Presbyterian Orlando for the past six months, is
unique after- Sunday school class Saturday afternoon once more back in this citylookingas
i yesterday from 3 to 5.
of He contem-
irden of the Yow- smiling as yore.
plates remaining here from now on.-
building.
pany's
EN ROUTE TO CONFEDERATE
es of players, the REUNIONMiss ] Palm Beach Post.

four o'clock fol-
Mrs. Leonardfor Miss Irene Johnson left yesterday
Dn. Mrs. Glenn May Bradshaw and Miss Ophelia for DeLand where she went to attend
Gray, of St. Petersburg, sponsors the graduation exercises at the Stet-
of the Roof Gare -
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. .to the Confederate Veterans Reunion,
University. Her cousin, Miss
club, which was 3 0. son
A view will pass through Orlando this even- Helena Nutt, of Tavares, being in the TABLE SILVERWARE 0
splendid
ing en route to Richmond, Va. After 1
from the
of
io was obtained. 1915 class graduates in chests for presentation purposes
bracing air made the reunion they will pay a visit to academy. or silver tea sets, odd pieces etc., all 1
Orlando. Miss Bradshaw will visit In the extraordinary dramatic of the latest designs and best quality
joyable one. The Col. and Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw, and D are on display at our store and we invite Ii
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McCain left today
by Mrs. Hal Bear- and these I
you to come examine
Miss will be the of Hon.
Gray guest success
>nd was captured for Orlando, where they will stop articles. They are really works of
and Mrs. John C. Jones. before art and most moderately priced.
weeks
e club will be en- "THE CAPTIVE"IN for a couple of going to yet
Mr. J. F. Watkins left yesterday
June 9, by Mrs. their home in the North. They have
y afternoon for Richmond, Va., to attend ?***** been in Lakeland about a year, and & CO., JEWELERS_ _
J the Confederate Veterans Re- we shall look forward to their returnin I lbiALLEN .en 1 1I
union. # the fall-Lakeland Star. : : i omi szi
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IMPORTANT LEGAL CASE AT w LITTLE GIRL PASSED AWAY STEP BY STEP
lies A. Carson, of ARCADIA I ..
'- :e the engagement i have we climbed in the paint business I
narriage of theirh Little May Calhoun, twelve year old I, :;;:- until now we are at the top. Hard
Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney and of Mrs. J. C. Calhoun, diedin
Bryan to Dr. FIVE GREAT ACTS daughter work, honest prices, fair dealing and
Mr. Victor Starbuck left for
,
Sunday
Ocoee yesterday afternoon. The I pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
of Lake City, the j
ice June 30. Arcadia. Judge Cheney and Attor- funeral will be held today at. that contributed to our success. Every
ney Starbuck represented Mrs. S. place, Undertaker Hand having chargeof article you purchase from us is backed
Maxwell Mcintyre in a case in that 10 cents 20 cents I
the arrangements. + by our personal guarantee. Just
county which was tried yesterday be-
name your wants and leave the rest
fore Judge Whitney in which the sale TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS: .. OUSE tous.
g of Mr. and Mrs. of 30,000 acres of land in DeSoto : w II
ss Ruth Kinney, county was involved.E. PAINT Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co .1
The COil' ..ations
n and daughter, will beg t1 ........ 8. De- 205 S. Orange Avenue J
Irs. A. A. Morey, A. CIIISIIOLM ELECTED PRIXai" ne e}er
ROOf ARJlENTODAY tails of ; -ions will be announces -
:y, motoied-tiQia- "-- AL-UIINGERFORD. \1\.ter. __ COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
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ojo ed luncheon ate [ SCHOOLAt -- -- -

: Dora_and after .the annual meeting of the trus- ,I
iful lake and sur- of the Robert Hungerford Normal "

ng some pictures,I and Industrial school, May 13, J
;. Mr. and Mrs. 1915, Mr. E. A. Chisholm was elected
'avares, were their principal of said school, to take ef- FRANK A. CURTIS UlLJLliM R. O'NEAL

and went to Eush fect June 1, 1915.BARTOWITE .
"WANTED A CHAPERON"An
Established 1886
SPENT SUNDAY IN
uproarious farce complete in
of June, the pro- ORLANDO

i, the social calen- J. F. Alexander, of Bartow, who recently two parts.
with weddings and purchased an interest in the '
CURTIS & O NEAL
planned in honor Wright Seed company, was in Orlando -

girls whose wed- Sunday, the guest of Rev. Ley and King Faggot in a Tense drama
mounced for June. family. He returned to Bartow )'es-
of engagementsneed terday. "TONY""FATHER'S INSURANCE LOANS
and several
: ally announced to- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR 4

the month. MONEY"A REAL ESTATE RENTALS

I>- RENT Four
room cottage,
3 Hammond are ex- south of Lake Lucerne. Rent rea- comedy Drama with Harry
week from Newy sonable. Apply 107 Gore avenue, or
have been enjoy- 32 East Pine street. 6-l-3t Myers, Rosemary Theby.

le tatter's parents, FOR RENT-Two five room cottages,
thaniel F. Brandt. with modern conveniences; $15 a
omond, since their month each. One situated on North Ladies Beautiful Silk Waist given -
Orange avenue and the other
on northof
ly spring, have re- 6-1-3t Lake Eola. S. G. Dolive & Son. away tonight. For Sale


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SIDELIGHTSBy ADVANCE IN CHILD LABOR REGULATION ITALY WILL HAVE NAPOLEON TO EXCHANGE

IN THE SOUTH High class well
Geneva, Switzerland.-Italy will property, developed,
W. S. Branch have a Napoleon to fight for her. at Pine Castle, for stock of goods.

We are probably old fashioned. San Francisco, Cal, May 29. This is Prince Louis, who after a long Pine Castle Realty' Co. 5-30-6tc

Anyway, we have never learned to ad- Speaking before the eleventh annual joum near here has left for Rometo
offer his .
services.TO
.
mire the nerve of a young gentleman .conference on child labor at the expo- O-o-oh, how fine! Cherry ice, di-

(?) who goes into a public dining sition grounds here this afternoon, rect from Hand's Ice Cream Factory.

room and when he has his meal par- Dr. A. J. McKelway told of the remarkable EXCHANGEBest Order today for Sunday dinner. Itc

tially finished, lights a cigarette and advance in protecting the close in lots at Pine Castle,
for light second hand car. Pine Castle
compels all the rest of the patrons, lives and health of young workers Realty Co. 5-30-6tc l Get the news In the Sentinel first.

both ladies and gentlemen, to partakeof which has been made in the South in I

their repast mixed with, his cigar- the last decade.
I 580.50 $89.00 $98.90 1 .
ette smoke. Any man, young or old, "Ten years ago five Southern States

who can not stop smoking his cigar- had no child labor law upon their SPRAYINGFor JACKSONVILLE TAMPA MIAMI

ette or cigar long enough to eat his statute books, while in others a 12- AND RETURN AND RETURN AND RETURN

meals should not eat where there are year limit with an exemption to 10
White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In
real ladies and sure enough gentlemen. years for the children of dependent secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites To the Great California Expositions

parents was the extent of legislation.
infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
Nearly all of these states were with- Compound. Proportionate rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges

Before some one else says it we out factory inspection, so that even These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan enroute ad free side trip to San Diego from Los Angeles.

hasten to announce that it will be well where these low standards existed be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely Direct and divert routes by way of New Orleans, St. Louis and

-for the other gubernatorial candidatesto they were constantly violated," h'J insure clean trees and bright fruit. I Chicago. Go one way anJ return another. Fast through trains and

keep their Ion L. Farris. Further-' said. Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing I I personally conducted tours.

more, up there at Tallahassee is a "Today a 14-year limit prevails in cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and r SUMMER EXCURSIONS
to hatch out political all Southern States North and '
great place am- except you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Manufacturers. I '
bitions and build political fences. We South Carolina, and Mississippi\ ,where I TO NORTH AND WEST

shall not be surprised if Sam Griffin the 14-year limit applies to girls only. I tour trains daily-South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and ( ins ::>-

comes home expecting to run for con- The 66-hour week has been reducedto 1. SCHNARR & CO. nati, Ir-ie Flyer to Chicago, Montgomery, Route Express to M nnih.-+G .

gress or vice-president. a 60-hour week, the 8-hour day for and St. Louis, New Orleans Special to Mobile and New t Orlr.t -

-- children under 16 has been establishedin Choice of routes, superb steel trains and superior service are L. & \

The Times-Union has quite a a few states, and factory inspection Orlando, Florida features. Many others make this road n favorite ith traveler i'tit

lengthy article on the many and varied I' has been inaugurated in all of routes, reservations, literature, etc., 'phone, wire or write to

uses of chloride of sodium (com- them except North Carolina, with the
-- -- -- 'EY Florida Louisville and Nashville Railroad
- -- H. C. BRET Passenger Agent,
mon salt), but the writer carelesslyfails result that the laws are reasonably ".'1 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167) Jacksonville, Florida
to mention how very useful it is well enforced. I

.to catch wild birds by putting it on "The South needs the stimulus' ofa I

their tails. federal child labor law to equalize

-oWe i competition between the states and to llanimond&QoreFUNERAL

hope that ere this Phil Arm- standardize the measures of child protection WE.
o f-
strong, the T.-U. Sunshine editor, has and I make bold to say that A REPEATING

written up enough Sunshine copy the majority of the people of the I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I' }//IItTI r

,
ahead so that he has gone fishin'. lie South are in favor of this law, thoughsome SHOT GUN

has been writing such enticing and Southern representatives in congress VALUES LOW PRICES a

plaintive litlte pomes about it for the will stand in awe of the cotton
tu. Is all right for hunting!
past month that we are about readyto manufacturers who are the chief opponents COMPARE fOR
wild But fr
buy an outfit ourselves and hie us of federal legislation." Y BI/t game.
hunting business we find
to Lake Conway. Wiley H. Swift, National Child La- I OUR FURNITURE
I I the most efficient means
-oA bor Committee's secretary for North B S tSS to bM' eGOOD

shrimp cannery employing sev- I and South Carolina' said: I We provide the quality of furniture that has long fi GOODS, GOOD

eral hundred hands has been started ': "When I consider what remains to I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the SERVICE AND LOW

in Fernandina and a fertilizer factory be done for the protection of the chil- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. il, r'I- I hl 1 t PRICES.

utilizes the heads of the shrimps. A dren in North and South Carolina I It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
I
Again we call attentionto Tampa Special for hens,
your
whole lot of people in the world thinkit am forced to conclude that up to the this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
and Mo-Life for horses and mules. .
is a great waste of good fertilizerto present we have not progressed very I this business, and that means much to jny buyer. '

eat the part of the shrimp that is far. North and South Carolina have The Co-Operative Produce Co. i .

left after the head is removed. a larger per cent. of child workers in I IV

-- the manufacturing industry than any Mho IL& DAVIS BLOCK, W. I. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 I

Some has laid out a new suburbin other state in the If
one country. the
Tampa and named one of the persons engaged in these industries Cor. Orange Church St., Orlando,
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streets "Roosevelt avenue." We dou- should march by, every ninth person ; ,

ble dare any realty man in Jackson- would be a child under 16. These children W '

ville to addition of leave ------ ---- ------ ---- USEFULGIFTS fOR GRADUATES
plat an name one school forever at 12-often .

the streets "Roosevelt" and ask the younger in North Carolina, where _..- :;3

Times-Union to publish the plat. there is practically no enforcementto -

work eleven hours a day in our fac- \

There's a charming little June bridein tories." May be found on our book ghelres. Standard Fiction Books

the offing, boys. Now guess. of Poems, Handsomely Bound Booklets, and many dainty books
0G Want to laugh? All right
I :n'r1 + "' '' made for gift purposes. We also have special CongratulationCards
'p
1' ) 11 r" .t.v.. at: the FairGrounds
for sending to graduates, either separately or to accom-
Thursday afternoon. A big
pany other gifts. 5c. lOc. and 15c. each. 1
G. W. Saxon, the Tallahassee mem- time and your money's worth. Don't

.' fail to see the trick roping. 30-4tc
Dixie Commis-
ber of the Highway
W. S. BRANCH
sion, has written Secretary Dickie of ,
HERE IS ANEW
the board of trade, promising that he ONE. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

will attend the meeting of the Central
From the Dayton (Ohio) Daily -
Florida Highway Association at Or-
News we have taken a new expression
lando June 10, if it is possible for him
which we, like the News, believe has
to be there.
come to stay. "Lung thinker" is the
Mr. Saxon is friendly to the Central ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
latest. The fellow who talks a lot
Florida idea and it is believed will en-
and says nothing, the one with a good
dorse the plans of the highway asso-
voice and who relies' on it to gain at-
ciation if they come to Orlando with .
tention by talking so loud that no one SHEET METAL CO.
one plan and not with diverse ones.
i else can be heard, the one who thinks; A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor
There is considerable talk now of
with his lungs instead of his head
,
changing the routing of the road as
he's a "lung thinker." It is compara- the Man or Woman who says, I
L. laid out at Kissimmee so that instead Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
,
of heading due east from Arcadia tively easy to determine how much a "Now, if I only had a Typewriter!

man knows by the tone of his voice.
t across the Kissimmeeriver, it will runt know how fast the dates grow o\d\ on your pught-to-be-answered letters. and Rubber Roofings
south from Arcadia into the FortMyers When you hear a man talking in a YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a
public place such street of the Spanish "-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which
as a car, so
Metal)
Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating
Ceilings
section either that
to
Ii or near almost It is ,
loud that he can be heard from one makes letter-answering as pleasant as letter-receiving. not a large
city. From there it will turn east Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
end to the other, you know right away is is is for home
to Lake Okeechobee, tracing the compact. It easy-running. It absolutely complete corres- 1
banks of that lake to the southeastand that he is a "lung thinker." You have pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

heard men who tried to win an argu- machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.
reaching the Miami canal. From

;' there it is the plan to run it directlyinto ment by voice rather than by reason, Don't pen it-type it
well, he is another and possibly the -
Miami along the spoil bank of phase of modern life bas its buslInk Marathon to a type-clicking hundrednessaide.Inwriting.especiany.itpays
most common species of "lung thinker yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score
the canal. to be business-like. with the"prof."
Maybe you are secretary -
This course has the beauty of ob- for he has nothing else to depend of a club lodge or society. Take tbe Ministers authors and newspaper men
cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
viating the necessity of a bridge upon. tip a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notheir fingertips when they tkm*on an easy- The Orlando Meat MarketT.
tices of meetings records minutes.or running typewriter the Remington
across the Kissimmee river just north letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
Varied selection of choice ice has the"hundred-<1onar" look. And do not overlook Important business -
of Lake Okeechobee and will also creams
tra- and ices at Hand's. Order If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies A. YANCY Manager
verse the heart of the Everglades now for your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
Sunday dinner. 5-29-ltc They will race through the machine to the say."I don't remember what I wrote."
which will be a decided novelty to merry music of the type- With no extra effort the Remington Junior Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
-------- -- Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates
: most of those who travel the high- chance: "paper"writing from the pen-andt whenever you wish.
Florida and Western Meats
way.The ARCADEMILK Something New in Typewriters-the
Tampa board of trade is ad-

vocating a large attendance at the Or- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

lando meeting. Assistant Secretary R
RetningtonJUNIO Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Dickie
and probably others will at-

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tend.G. / Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
W. Saxon, the Tallahassee mem- PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.WE'RE ".
ber of the Florida commission is T'HIS compact machine is not equipped with $5 00 down and the cam amount each-month.
pres- DEPOT 1 theaUachment'necMI?to the 1101).00 RemIngtoa adding S3 CO only 1 to the purchase price. .
ident of the baHine. typewrit- The Keminetoa Here voor nr t opportunity to boy an abm- ... .
Capital bank. A. .
City S. Junior Is"imply a Iallv-eqnipped home-letter- lately first-grade personal rwntllurandmanuOCnptlngm"ne.
iortheaepurpontx at a low price \\n\e today for descriptivebooklet.
Belcher, the other commissioner, is a you will find u. everjd use un Loa t wait Investigate now.If *
limited. you have immediate wnua to do.send wIt
Miami man.-Tampa Times. ex-copies little pace on your desk It ilight. r:UO in rash check or money order and we will L
.1 ou can easilj mow It from place to place. rend roa the Remington Junior at once. Then
l'oaUI find It .time-saving Investment yon can see for voui.elf how soon yon learn to
for yourself and other members our family write rapidly. If you wish to return It after 19 GETTING GOOD ? ? ?
BRADDOCK MONUMENT IS UNVEILED BUTTER MILK who han ng to do. You will find it aa days tna1.you may doss We will refund your
excellent educator for your children. &>(.less the cost of transportation.
The Kemtngton Junior uthe horn*typewriter Remember.theRemtoRtooJanrorrsagene-
Fresh Every Day. you have been waiting for Our terms are f-0.00 ine durable Kemirurton* tyro-n..r-&rT7.. To Our Customers '
cash or it you prefer the Easy I'ayme..t plan. the ironclad Kenuncton Uuarante .
Alexandria
Va.-The first of a series t
of monuments to mark the trail 5c. per glass Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in
Remington Typewriter Company
of the tragic Braddock expedition t soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre
against the French and Indians was 25c. per gallon i'J
unveiled by the Colonial Dames in 4. 226 West Bay Street same size, I'

Braddock Heights, just northwest of CREAM AND MILK .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Do you use Aluminium Ware?

this city, May 26. FiO ill tlu aJJ4ulud- roapotr. aa4 aaaxem. See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
The base is composed of cobble- BUTTER Mail it and alPrXl ttark Dishes. All the above will be given absolutelyfree.
stones from the streets of Alexandria, .. toMaday the p O per ell uare ___ : Gold away
said to have been laid by Hessian Fresh Homemade \ \a __ _- Call -. 4
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prisoners in the ,end \heT .
Revolution. These i ,\ea e ret'1 :
stones are surmounted by one of the SANDWICHESPIES ltetniDGtoG fl\h$td)..00.0"t preceipt 1._ot e witieh recei\hat 1 ana n a$JOG wilt FINLEY'S PIONEERand I
cannon abandoned by the expedition. oft
giro
.1 General 0 1 "JwiOt TIlxwtya tearsat t ytional
Major
Edward Braddockset AND Premium Table.
out from Washington April, 1755. CAKESARCADE :.....tme tS oo.\_tiw tor see our
e His troops tried to meet the French pti'a t1ae menU 01 Z''or of the gestsava Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67 I Ii
and Indians in the mass formation ..oo.a JIIoa\h1J tail aeacziPtloau4 i
which was effective on European 11>-bIOkl ai !
fields at the time. Fogies se 'ter.Joyot .
Their foes hid 'Jtpe..n
themselves behind stones and trees MilK DEPOT ,-
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and the Redcoats finally fled in disas- Sentinel Want Ad
trous retreat, leaving. many dead and Try a
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La-ths and Shingles SENTINEL I Beginning tomorrow NOTICE! the Lucerne Lake Site
theatre will close its doors in order to
make necessary repairs for the han-
dling of large legitimate attractions
WANTSThe coming.here next season, among which
; / may be mentioned Henry W. Savage's '1
production, "Sari. 1
GRAND AMUSEMENT CO., '
By Mac Tallman, Mgr. Two
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want The Daytona Beach Hotel, under
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. the new ownership and management,
offers special summer rates. Hotel Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. refurnished and redecorated throughout. -

Royal Cement Agate Plaster and Perfection Lime E. Sea foods a specialty.Beach W.Fla.F. &
rl RATES R. Ayres, Daytona: ,
For One Day _____________25t<< 5-26-2tw-wktf. 136 acres with beautiful fron-
For Three Days ___________50c tage on two lakes. Knock Out,
For Six Days ____________75c RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
For One Month _________$2.50 $15 per acre.
This rate applies on all ads of
i Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
25 words or less. If the ad con- 60 acres, mile off brick road.
tains more than 25 words the rate work guaranteed and neat-
will be one cent per word for ly done. Our work is the best Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in- and our prices are the lowest.

GAS IS THE FUEL Of NO DISAPPOINTMENTS sertion.If the office you. can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to This old clothes is the made place new.to have your $20.00 See E.per B. acre.

counts opened by telephone will be Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Bradley Quick. j jj
payable the following day.
dry cleaned, pressed___GOc. j

- Every Home-Every Business Suit pressed _____________40c. .!
Every Man has use for a All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

f Sentinel Want Ad. pressed ____________50c ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO,

Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
FOR SALE We do ladies' work also. Give Wttklns Block PHONE 104

us a trial and be convinced.
FOR SALE-Studebaker] touring car, Clothes called for and delivered. t
You can be sure you will never be disappointed by 5 passenger, in good condition; ex- FOR
90' DAYS
tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue
your oven failing to do' its share if you "use a GAS Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Phone 613. ;

RANGE. A gas oven is always under your control, it 5-8-lmoc You can buy foundation 1.
Get the news in the Sentinel first.
may be made "quick" or "slow" at will. When a batch of FOR SALE-My famous Duroc Jer-- I stone building blocks side-
bread goes into your Gas Oven you know it will come out sey hog (The Shrew), with pigs. walk tile, or anything In my
Also my Duroc-Poland China boar Dr. S. S. Jones line at reduced. Call around
just right. (Beechy-Wootsie). Will sell both for and let mc:surprise 'you on
, AND TOO, it is economical. Turn it on when you needit $40 NOW. Also Berkshire and Po- CHIROPRACTOR prices. ,
I land China shoats months old, $6.50a I
-off when finished. Gas is clean-no coal, dust, sootor head. C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. graduate Davenport College, 17 and !
5-30-6t 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone F. D. GORE,
ashes-no fires to build or drafts to watch.
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
You will be interested in knowing all the improve- FOR SALE--I cylinder, 45 horse : being restored to health by chiro- Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts. j

ments to be found in the new ranges-such as automatic power motor, as good as new; suit- practic adjustments, the new scienceof Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.
able for motor boat or auto. Will sell removing the cause of disease. Examination ai
lighters, etc. Drop in at our office or let us send a man cheap if taken at once. L. II. Finlay. .. free. 12-24-1mo, J i
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FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story Doctors
I I cottage, seven rooms and bath, Biickinasfcr &
III I modern conveniences, roomy porches, > Brnndagc
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. '
II 2-23-tf OSTEOPATHS DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
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Office Orange Avenue and Ilurch
I Personal instruction under Dr. Still corner
- FOR RENT' at Kirksville, Mo. St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.. i

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Phone 419.
. mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. National Bank. Phone 578.

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT Yancey. 3-28-tfc i
CO| BUYERS AND SELLERSI PHONE 616

buy, sell rent, and exchange real
For Cadillac Picnic Parties
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Eight Cylinder
GAS DEPARTMENT over 30 years. Have handled over -FIR T CLASS REPAIRING- I
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Should get the good things for

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. BARNARD & SON their lunches of us. ;

WANTED 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
12-10-1m PIMENTO CHEESE
WANTED-To rent house by the CREAM CHEESE t
year. Must be modern, have sleep
I ing porch, about five or six rooms,and POTTED MEAT i
J.I must be well located, close in. State Orlando Wood Yard PORK AND BEANS 1
location and rent in answer. Address
.j Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf CRACKERS 1

WANTED-To make ladies' hair Removed from Pine St. two blocks BREAD

switches, puffs and curls; made north on Railroad, west end Washington BUTTER
from the combings of your own hair. J
of Veneer Coresat JAM
St.
Prices reasonable; work guaranteed.Mrs. Plenty "
E. Roberts, 307 Hughey street. all times. JELLY

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY CO. 5-30-St HONEY
WANTED-Salesman and collector. GRAPE JUICE

Singer with Sewing auto, Machine for Orange Co., 43 county.East B. W. KINGSLEY LEMONS

Pine St. 5-29-3tc
WINTER GARDEN FLA. PHONE 314 -
WANTED POSITION-A young man
having fifteen years experience in
department stores desires position CARUTHERS & GORE
where ability and merit would war-

i Can supply your want in every- I I rant Address advancement."Y," care Sentinel.Best references.4-28-tf OON'T WORRY New Modern G Grocery

WANTED furnished house of 6 or
thing to eat and wear. New things 7 rooms, by the :year. Large yard
preferred. Address C. P., care the Phone 200
Sentinel. 5-26-tf

and good things always Give us WANTED-To buy good clean rags If you are disappointedabout 6 and 8 East Pine St.

at the Sentinel office. 5-19-tf getting a new Eas-

a trial. LOST-A small black velvet purse, ter Suit,we can put your
containing $5 bill and some ,email old one in good condi-
change, between Central avenue and
tion for just such occas, r
Church street, on Orange avenue.
5-23-tfc.Reward. Return to Sentinel. ions. $16.60


SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY LOST-My Jersey cow, dark red,
white spots, fat milking. Strayed ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
t from pasture on 26th inst., 18 Mark RICHMONDVA.
street, C. B. Thornton Place. Infor- Dry Cleaning
mation and return home, and receive
reward. Jack Brennan. 5-30-3t Steam Ckanlngl \

Pressing and Repairing .
.J LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
r. return to Morton Jones & Son, bus And Return
line. 5-13-tf
Cut Flowers VIA : .
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot ;
Pyre Ice Creat11 in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 '
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 and Plants Atlantic Coast 'line
acres unimproved; extra good land.
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc

- Floral Standard Railroad of the South
. When you want PURE ICE Umbrellas recovered and repaired : Designs
A For Partyyou "while you wait," at Young's Repair
CREAM call for HAND'S. If Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd

don't believe that we take Club I Final limit by extension June 30 "
TRACY & :MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
the greatest care in its maneWe make our Ice Cream from repairs of all kinds done Stop-Overs Side Trips
facture come up and watch us Church SocialSchool I promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Violet Dell Florist. Variable Routes
tubercular tested cows. All doors and windows
f screen a specialty; ..
.. make it. You will be surprised SPECIAL ]
TRAIN MAY 30
cans, moulds and everything 1 Social garages, office fixtures; window and
ate care every detail is given. ( door frames made to order. Get our For reservations call on
used in the manufacture of our prices. 18 East Church street. A J. M. CARUTHERS
Any kind you want, any time Lodge postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Ice Cream is J Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
you want it. In any quantity thoroughly steril- W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
PicnicOrder I
.
ized. NEW NEPTUNE HOTEL. DAYTONA -
from a quart up. BEACH, FLA. OrlandoDR.
. invited to Mrs. W. H. Delmore wishes to an-
You cordially
are nounce that the Neptune Hotel dining
Hands Pure'Ice
inspect our factory at any room is now open for the summer sea- CLINT BASSPHONE
son. Your patronage solicited. All
time. Cream home cooking. 5-27-ltw-2w 315

West Jefferson Street
SHOE HOSPITAL
No. 8 E. Church St.-C. F. Bonton- Successor to
Bring your repairs to the Shoe Hos-

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. pital one way.for repairs. I pay parcel post Hand Wood CompanyWood

Men's half soles, sewed_-_______80c. L H. R'AMSDELL
Men's half soles, nailed ________ 60c. of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST
Ladies half _______
soles, sewed 60c. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
-
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street Ladies' half soles, nailed _______ 45c. PROMPT SERVICE l
Leather heels ________________ 20c. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES +
Rubber heels all kinds _______ 40c. REASONABLE PRICE AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Shoes repaired while you wait. i Or"1TCAh REPAIRING .





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the bucking steer contest at
.. the Fair Grounds Thursday. 30-4tc: << THE KEY TO SUCCESI

Mrs. Harriett F. Kent left yesterday -
for New Smyrna where she will SffMONEYrf/ IN THE

visit for a time. I '
JI\

BANK
\ Mr. Randolph Cobb leaves today fora

trip to Birmingham, Ala., and other
points in that state. \\cctei:1
,$ : ;: VifT .
Enjovourself.. see the Wild West p.J
show Thursday, Fair Grounds. 30-4tc ) ; ,
::;-;
';;., _
.I'
Miss Nellie King, of Oviedo, who \
T r g f-J><' *'Z. 't S* 1 I ;
F. has taught the Tangerine school for '

the past two years, is a visitor in Or- ..
lando. '\ ,; .
-11 43
&. 4 -
...
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stephens left .I 3 :9.

yesterday for Henderson\, N. C., "
i:' "Do not put off for tomor- where they will spend the summer bo/ASKr!/ : NYMAN .
+
=- row what you should do to- months. .

: day"-for tomorrow never WHO IS SUCCESSFUL .{,
comes! Peach, cherry, pineapple ices, and -
banana and bisque ice cream at Hand's :
for jour Sunday dinner. 529ltcMr. HELL TELL YOU. ,

Doing is the great thing. The man ... r
: and Mrs. G. W. Wofford, of
who acts accomplishes. It may be Lockhart, were in Orlando yesterdayen

too late if ;you wait. Why not de- route to Chattanooga to visit their

posit a dollar today and start on the daughter, Mrs. II. II. Miller. OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

acticve road to prosperitythousands Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
Mr. L. C. Townsend, the well known
started few would come in handy Startit
are traveling happily that way. a years ago now.
contractor and builder, left Sunday
now in a few years you will be the man ready with
Put aside a little a week and see how afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine ;

easily, faithfully and steadily your on a business visit to Iva, S. C. the money.
account grows. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
As June is our regular stock taking put in our bank and compound the interest every three t:
month, we will allow a discount of 25 .,
THE STATE BANKOF per cent. on all goods in store until months.
the 15th of June. Hammond & Gore.
6-1-3t
ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Mr. and :Mrs. T. I. Arnold, former The Peoples National Bank
popular residents of Orlando, but now
living in Jacksonville, are visitingMrs.
"IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
:M. A. DeLaney, at her homeon
t
South :Main street.

_. .
----- -
---- Messrs. Charles J. Caldwell and

Roy P. Hahn have gone to Philadel-
phia, where they will attend the intercollegiate I II I
0 meet and the Universityof
HORSESANO MULES
Pennsylvania commencement. liiPACKABD fllllIllllllllIllIl' IIIII" :
: ii 11 illinium lit\ I

As June is our regular stock taking
month, we will allow a discount of 25
cent. all goods in store until
on
per
FOR SALE OR I: CHANG E the 15th of June. Hammond & Gore.
G-l-3t

Auction Sale This Tuesday, June 1st Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Spencer and MOTOR CARSThe
daughter, Miss Rosalie, were among
those leaving Orlando yesterday for
points in the North. They will sum-

mer in Madison, Conn.

.
< Mrs. J. L. Feinberg left Sunday afternoon -

over the Atlantic Coast Line '.
Best Price
for Asheville, N. C., where she will at Any
i spend several weeks enjoying life in
iI I the "Land of the Sky."

.- I Ask the Man Who Owns One
As June is our regular stock taking
month, we will allow a discount of 25
per cent. on all goods in store until
the 15th of June. Hammond & Gore.

I II 6-1-St

Mr. M. O. Overstreet left yesterday

I afternoon for Jacksonville where he Sold
will spend a couple of days on busi- By
ness. He will attend a meeting of the

,1 Florida Life Insurance Company.Mr. San Juan Garage Company 1MIMMIMMM 1-

A. N. Goodwin, representingthe
i 4 *. wi Dodson Printers' Supply House,
Atlanta, Ga., was among the business .
visitors spending yesterday in the
city. I

MIIIHMtilMIMiMIIMMHgfM ,Ctfr& M IIO''wt M I ii (

.......' To reduce our stock as much as
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the 15th of the -- - -----=
1 possible by month, we ---------- -
will give a discount of 25 per cent.
;. Carload just arrived at Magruder's Stables, Orlando. This is the best I off our regular cash prices on any r;.
car load of Farm Horses ever brought to Orlando. Private Sales and Exchanges -'goods in stock. Hammond &. Gore.
6-1-3t CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
can be made up to time of Auction Sale, when every remaining THE
animal must and shall be sold to the highest and last bidders. Come, look
Mrs. Joseph :Mizelle and daughter
them over now and try them in every way. Auction Sale Promptly at 1.00
i o'clock, this Tuesday, June 1st. arrived in Orlando yesterday after- persons of wealth select a corporate F ,__. ,.,..,,..,..., ,. --
noon from Tampa and will visit Mrs. executor because they know it insures = .' j
Magruder's Stables Orlando FloridaIIIHIMiMlilMilllMMIMMIMIMillMlillMM Mizelle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. faithful and capable performance of the ''.
Arnold, at Conway. trusts they create.

Mr. Harry P. Leu, of Orlando, who Whether the estate be large or of mod's' '
i alii 'proposes at an early date to put in erate size, it is to the interest of both : ,t
r- an ice plant in this city, is spendinga yourself and heirs to name this Companyas
f few days here looking over the sit- executor and Trustee.-. .

uation and attending to personal mat- The Records of our Trusts are convinc-
ters.-Lakeland Star. ing evidence of the community's confi- r
dence in our capabilities. -
.
To reduce our stock as much as y
Valuable Diamond Lost possible by the 15th of the month, we WHY THE TRUST COMPANY: ? _
will give a discount of 25 per cent.

off goods our in regular stock. Hammond cash prices& on Gore.any Because of the necessity for efficient r -.
6-1-3t banking organizations to care for the fiduciary -, '

business, the Trust Company has de- ,: + ;
How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- Mr. J. E. Phipps, the popular com- veloped, in half a century, the highest type .. {
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby mercial agent of the Mobile &. Ohio of banking institution. ;,

having it examined at store at least railroad, with headquarters in Jack- _
our once every Primarily chartered to handle trusts, itc ,
sonville, the _
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof was among popular the Trust Companies of the United States } t,,, ,,.
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin day transportation in Orlando.To .men spending yester- have developed such efficiency that not one
of trust funds committed to their
cent
our shop, thereby saving :you time and a middleman's
care have been lost through failures.
profit. A trial will convince you. reduce our stock as much as
possible by the 15th of the month, we Have you investigated the service of .
will give a discount of 25 per cent. this institution,
off our regular cash prices on any
goods in stock. Hammond & Gore.
6-1-3t

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Williamsand

Frank their and two Douglass manly, leave sons this, Masters morn- Orl n Bank & Trust C ill an e

ing for Sanford where they will take
the St. Johns river boat for Jackson- ORLANDO FLORIDACapital
ville, from whence they will sail on ,

the Clyde Line for New York. Later and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources. over Three
they will go to New Rochelle, N. Y., Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
where they will spend the summer _
-- *II'LII'IIIIs. M- months.
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