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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 2, 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, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1915. NUMBER 9:1.p. ; !





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i.. OTHER QUESTION AFFIDAVITS MANIFEST MAY TAFT T DRAINAGE DIST. IS BUILDING 0 OPERATIONS.S Sonstantly .r, ''VICTORY FOR ORLANDO FRENCH MAKE CAPTURE IN FIERCE :

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't'I IMPORTANT CONFERENCE- TODAY NEWTON BILL i i I From Day Murry Is to Busy Day S. -King f Architect ,., '.:..:.: ARCAOIA CASE ;iP DRIVE R I V E BETWEEN ARRAS, lABASSEE ,' ;I



< : Von Bernstorff Will Call on the, ','
i ': BLACK HAMMOCK DRAINAGE Architect Murry S. King's force 1 t* :jDGE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ASSOCIATED CHARITIES SOME CONFLICT IX TilE REI 9
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and Will
President Inquire ;
: DISTRICT ALSO assistants are keeping very busy these RULES SIGNA- PORTS FROM BERLIN j ji

3 : .. Just What. .U. S. Wants PASSED days in spite of the heat. This week :, TURES FORGED I
'v AND PARIS ))1 1
:. C;;.: I Germany: to Do they are engaged on plans for the remodeling -:1; Will Perfect Organization Monday i

,ib"W Jones Ousted-$30,000 for Girls' of Mr. B. Beecham's res"iBence. '5: ;*'ase Arcadia Involved 3,300 I Ii -Regular Annual :Meeting : -

r. ; has,received June IT four The affidavits state department Detention Home-Another The of plans the call home for, which a completerenovation wEf*,i" Acres of Land-Was of to lie Held in i REASON FOR WON AIR ATTACK i iIs


declaring that when the Lusitania County- Buzzards bring it up to date in every respect... Great Interest to Central JanuaryAt

.sailed, from New York on her last Doomed to Die as one of Orlando's prettiest rejdlences. : ->"f r- FloridaIn Reprisal for Recent French
a recent meeting of the Associated
A buff colored brick will bused
vO she was armed with four Assault Ludwigshafen 1
4 )age guns 1 on
',' :"'of good size," two of them mounted By C. F. Johnson to veneer the building and the Twill the case of Annie K. McIntyre Charities Dr. J. B. Ley pastorof
the Methodist church -Loss Is Not
;. ::* forward, and the other two mounted The Sentinel Bureau, be trimmed with white. The roof **ts!' executrix of the last will and testa- was elected! Fully 1
:'V the to the affidavits Tallahassee, Fla., June 1. is to be of red slate which, with th T* temporary chairman, and Mrs. II. L... Known
i stern.
on According .
ai .nent of S. Maxwell McIntyre, de- ]Beeman A
!'o :".*" mounted the Representative A. B. Newton, of buff and white exterior, will give *" temporary secretary. reS- ,
on
,they were upstate .
f } ,pez'deek.ya Orange county, introduced and passeda most pleasing effect to the whole. J i-: eased, and Annie Mclntyre indi- olution was presented requiring the I London, June 1.-The French have

> bill validating the Taft drainage Another of the many building operations jkidually versus James i... Black et al., appointment of a committee of five
j: \.. : .; ; department officials it -1 captured the Souchez sugar factory in
: "' also that intimations had district this morning. which Mr. King has in charge sL case which has been occupying the whose duty it should be to draft a I
: ,was learned their drive between Arras and La
constitution and
.'t, o'' ,'. "been" received that these affidavit Forrest Lake's bill' validating the is the two story brick warehousj.attention of Arcadia, Central FloridaLeneral'ly bylawshich were I
.. to be presented to the association at i Bassee, and carried one by one, sev-
Black Hammock drainage district in which the Dickson-I\es Company is '
would be followed bi others, questioning '
-
and J. M.
Judge Cheney
": a called meeting at the earliest possible eral German works in
more Laby-
the manifest of the Lusitania. Seminole county was passed.A soon to erect on the corner of Pine

l:. s The state department does not expect new charter for New Smyrnawas street and the railroad. This building.of Orlando, a decree was issued May moment. The committee as ap- rinthe, southeast of Neuville, and repelled -

. : to charge that the Cunard Steam- passed for Representative Putnam is to be 125x72 feet and will probably ., '1 by the circuit court of the eleventh pointed consisted oflrs.. Dr. Ed- the German counter attacks

: ship company, owners of the Lusita- of Volusia, in the house today. be finished in sixty or seventy days"! /idicial district that the equities were wards, Mrs. Beeman, Mrs. J.1.. Pe- against the captured trenches in the j

nia, made a false manifest and violated EL Z. Jones was put out of a job ar from the time the start is made. i with the complainant, Annie K. Mclnre drick Mayor Sperry, and Dean Rem- woods j

,'.,,: the law in that regard. According state game warden today when the The plans for both of the above 'l'./ and that she was entitled to the sen of the Episcopal church. I' near the Aix Noulette Souchez ,1

1'.,... .. ': to a statement of officials today it senate passed the bill abolishing that will be turned over to the contractors j r'elief prayed. Last Saturday the society receivedthe road. i

.. .i It- Was taken for granted that the steamship office. County wardens will hereafter for them to prepare their bids within I I I The judge of the eleventh judicial report of the committee at a This news was conveyed tonight in

'-. company was not responsible, as enforce the, game laws. the next few days. J r<*ourt ordered, adjudged, and decreed called meeting which was held at the an official report from Paris. The

it proceeds on the sworn statement of Both houses passed the bill today to The Hanner Bros. are contractors j 1[ ':.at the purported deed from Archi- San Juan hotel. The constitution as German report concerning the fight- !

. shippers that the shipments actually establish a girls' detention home and in! charge of the construction of a I ;,\McIntyre and Caroline :McIntyre presented was slightly amended and ing the same region states that the

contain the merchandise described by school in Middle Florida, appropriating residence at Winter Park for Mr. W. I Zas wife, to James L. Black, dated then after discussion, was formally French tried to break through the
for that P.[ Caldwell. Work this [ adopted as the governing organ of the German lines front mile and .
them. $30,000 purpose. on building i,"1SJ::2, was a forgery and that the sig- on a a

. The German ambassador, when he Okaloosa county, the third new was begun the first of this week. The I'ha] ures of the above named were not society.It one-half wide, but the attacks broke

goes to see President Wilson tomorrow county this session, was authorizedand building is to be finished with stucco."tanuine, signatures, and that the said was not thought advisable owingto down under the German' gun fire the 1

will, it is understood, make a created when the majority of the and half timber and no doubt will add i|*r,. ced conveyed no manner of title, and the rather small attendance, to per- French suffering heavy losses while

plea for an investigation of the facts people in parts of Walton and Santa to Mr. King's reputation for the de-I!,,-dered the same cancelled and de- fect an organization at this meeting. those of the Germans were nil.

as requested in the German note.: Rosa counties voted for the proposi- signing of beautiful buildings. j f ared null and void. however, and on motion it was re- Paris admits the German claim to '
solved to call a meeting for Monday,
4 -,' .' He also' will seek to ascertain from tion.The The court further ordered that the success on the outskirts of the Le
IJ 4 the president Just what the Unite house killed the hog serum YESTERDAY'S RESULTS '.sDondents Messrs. Davis Lanier June 7, at which time the orgamzatin Pretre Wood, on the allies' right. Sev-
: ,_ : j A t,. I. ... .. __-t'O .. will beAt o peted- ..
a3' States expects Germany to 9oV; if the p14n. tt. and M"oe, u . investigation is not to be granted, and It passed the pure perfume bill, as Southern League enjoined from claiming any right, title tip ."T- ,I 5 TS t.<: :; 'I ..
r( he furthermore will endeavor to learn well as the Wells "buzzard bill," mak- Atlanta 2, Nashville 5. or interest in or to the property sire of the association that a large the Germans with heavy losses to the .

the president's idea of the basis on ing it legal to kill buzzards. Mobile 0, Memphis 2.2 described in the bill, by reason of said number of public spirited men and French.

which the controversy between these New Orleans 4, Chattanooga 5. deeds, and that they be restrained women who are interested in the relief The Berlin report states that the '

. two nations can be settled. NOTES FROM WINDERMERE Birmingham 5, Little Rock 3. from further slandering the title of of conditions as they now exist Zeppelin' raid on London which oc- ;

The president today asked the news- South Atlantic Leagued the complainant.The may be present. curred last night, carried out the reprisal j

paper correspondents to refrain from Windermere, Fla., June 1.-Mr. an Augusta 4, Charleston 2. decree is considered a notable This is the more important becauseof for the attacks by the French i

conjecture regarding the ,probable Mrs. Win. G. Geier and Dr. and Mr Columbia C, Savannah 3. vivtory for Judge J. M. Cheney and the fact that at that time it is the aviators on Ludwigshafen, which the 1

contents of the reply to the German E. J. Lawrence, of Cleveland, who are Albany 1, Macon 6. Starbuck & Starbuck, of Orlando who purpose of the association to elect Germans claim as an open town.

note, as it might be read in Europe visiting them, motored over to Daytona Columbus 4, Jacksonville 3. represented the complainants. Th permanent officers to serve until thee The progress of the French near i
authoritative last National League regular annual meeting which, under Arras has been made only against the
and
as might create a Tuesday. case has been in litigation for more
Boston 7, New York 0. the: constitution, is to be held early in most stubborn
: false impression. Plans for the new school house have than two years and involved 3,300 resistance by the Ger-

been completed, and work upon same Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 4. acres of land within eight miles of January.The mans. Violent counter attacks have

London, June 1.-Zeppelin airships, 'will begin soon so the building will be Pittsburgh 0, Chicago 2. Arcadia. The valuation of the 'land i is most prominent men and women been delivered by the Kaiser's forces
.' St. Louis 4 Cincinnati 2. of the city are back of the new effort of the French
following
ready for next every
: long expected, reached London last occupancy September. not known but amounts to consider
night, but the several million inhabitants Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lartigue and American Leagued able. organization among them being the and the carnage has been frightful.
> pastors of the churches
representative
New York 3 Boston 4.
of the metropolis Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bumby an ,
slept
{ peacefully the mayor, J. C. Patterson Mrs.
, through the raid, and all they daughter spent last Tuesday at Ross- Philaelphia 3, Washington 5. GENERAL FEDERATION OFWOJIEX'S LITTLE CHILDREN SUFFER IN
J. L. Giles Mrs. John T. andMrs.
,!.>. knew this morning are the brief facts more Inn, enjoying the fishing and I Cleveland 1, St. Louis 2. CLUBS Fuller GERMAN CHLORINE GAS
bathing.Mr. Chicago 4, Detroit 1. Dr. Edwards, who represent the
in the ATTACK
admiralty announcement, which
Civic League, Mrs. Pedrick of the
reports that the raiders flew over cer- and Mrs. S. E. Ives and friends E Federal League Portland, Ore., June 1.-The bien
Brooklyn 2, Newark W. C. T. U., and many other promi
tain outlying sections of the city. spent last Thursday at Rossmore Inn, 7. nial council of the General Federationof London.-A horrible picture of the
The official announcement make enjoying a picnic lunch and spending Buffalo 8, Baltimore 1. Women's Clubs will open here to- nent citizens. effects of the German chlorine gas at-

mention also of numerous fires which the day fishing. Chicago I, Kansas City 3. night. Sessions will be held Wednesday tack and of other frightful alleged

may or may not have been connecter Miss Ruby Williamson, of Indian All game scheduled. and Thursday. The City of Roses BIG GUNS IN U. S. FORTS TAMPERED German practices is printed today ina

with the raid. apolis, who has been visiting Miss will give a rousing welcome to the vis WITH letter from a British sergeant.

None of the evening newspaper Ruth Pansing, had many social atten SOCIAL SIDE OF CONFEDERATE itors. Gov. Withycombe -or Albee, "We have been and still are en-

have yet published any information tions paid her while here. Last VETERAXS'REUXIOX of Portland Mrs. Sarah A. Evans, Port Townsend, Wash-An attemptto gaged in a most bloody battle, ands

or further details to supplement the< Wednesday night Mrs. II. C. Luff entertained Richmond, Va., June 1.-Mrs. Garrett president of the Oregon state federation put out of commission the big early in my letter I take the opportunity

bare admiralty announcement.The with a picnic supper on the Buckner Wall, leader of Rich and other speakers are on the at Fort Worden and Fort Flagler of telling you that all the terrible -

I. ordinary life and business o f launch, and a bathing party after mond society, will be official chaperonfor program for the reception tonight guarding the entrance to Puget Sound charges made against the Ger-

London is being carried on as usual wards. Saturday Dr. and Mrs. A. II the sponsors and maids of honor The regular sessions opened today was made several days ago, it be mans in regard to the way they conduct -
Stafford entertained in her honor and from the various Southern States came known today, and as a result all
except that one sees small groups discussing at with Mrs. Percy Pennybacker president their warfare are true" he
with intense curiosity a crop] Sunday she was the guest of Mr. and the Confederate reunion which opens of the General Federation, pre visitors have been barred from the writes. "I know you are in touch J

of wild rumors. Mrs. L. Chamberlain. Miss Williamson here tomorrow. Before marriage she siding. A conference of state presi forts in this district. It is reported with social workers; tell them all. .J
left on Monday to visit in Bar- was the beautiful Louise Montmolin that breech blocks of four guns were
dents will take place also one of the "They are using, for instance, a
SENATE EXONERATES REMOVED tow. of Lexington Ky., and is a near relative state secretaries. Among the feature removed and the loading mechanismdamaged. fishbone bayonet-an inhuman weapon -

DUVAL COMMISSIONERS Mr. M. B. Ives :Mr.: W. W. Yothers of Gen. Bennett II. Young of of the biennial is the presentation of fairly broad with one edge 1

Miss Bumby and Miss Girard, of Or Louisville grand commander of the the morality play Eerywoman'sRoad sharpened and the other jagged doubly t

f' Tallahassee Fla. June lando, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stannerof United Confederate Veterans. Amongthe by Prof. Josephine Hammond CAMP FIRE GIRLS FROM 13: so that it should make a tearing J
L-Thi s
1 morning, shortly after midnight, the New York spent Sunday at loss widows of Confederate generalswho of Reed college, Portland. Another STATES wound. Then, again, they are using ,
more Inn. are expected here for the reunionare feature is session bullets
f. senate executive session ended a on peace at which explosive which make a small
afte
four hours of deliberation. : :Mrs.: J. E. B. Stuart, Mrs. GeorgePickett Dr. David Starr Jordan will be the Battle Creek Mich, June I.Girlsfrom wound on entry and blow out a great 1

: The executive session had unde MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL Mrs. A. P. Hill Mrs. W. II. I principal orator. Mrs. Pennybacker fifteen states will be instructed piece on leaving the flesh. J

I consideation the acts of Governor F. Lee and :Mrs.: Fitzhugh Lee. Miss declares that the important work of in the lore of the camp fire at the "The asphyxiating gas which they 'f
t r The city council met and Mary Curtis Lee, daughter of Gen. Guardians' Convention of the
, Trammell in removing certain officials i yesterday the hour for women's clubs is that for Camp use hangs over the ground, smells i
. in Florida. In the case of Coun-- received the regular :May: reports Robert E. Lee is also expected. the immigrant and the education of Fire Girls to open here on Thursday. sweet and sickly, and has most disastrous 1 r

Commissioners from the different departments. Otherroutine the immigrant mother in the care of :Mrs. Charlotte Gulick of New York effects upon the lungs and eyes. .
Bowen DT'sdaleand
l
ty Williams of Duval business matters were consid New York June 1.-Princess Evelyn children. She plans to visit the wo founder of the Camp Fire Girls will From personal knowledge, I assure

last December, by county Governo, removed ered. Engalitcheff once a famous beau men's clubs of Alaska before returning take charge of the meeting. you th these charges are true, and,

Trammell after the report of the t f i t . f i tf ty of Chicago filed papers here late to her home in Texas. in addition, they practice the white i
this afternoon in a suit for absolutedivorce 555555 5 i iS flag treachery dodge .
state auditor and the presentment freely."I
o BITTEN BY A MOCCASIN *
against her titled husband CRIME LIGHT IN LONDON BANGS A FAD AT HARVARDCambridge used to regard reports of such
the Duval *
county grand jury, the gov I
Prince Nichola s Engalitcheff, who things as so much ink slinging, but it 1
ernor not sustained, and the I
was
commissioners Yesterday afternoon about two *
named were exonerated. claims blood relationship with the London.-King's Counsellor' Wallace \lass.-IIanard has is not. It is all true and I have seen

..E In the case of Judge Middleton andSheriff who o'clock resides while just Mr.west Belton of the Long, ** royal house of Russia. The complaintasserts in charging a grand jury heretoday several undergraduates who have terrible evidence of it. I have seen -1

Brown of Bay city, the prince had many love af declared there is a wonderful taken up the fad of having bangs soldiers who have distinguished them-
county re 'was in his barn looking for fairs.
a
feeling of the nation's responsibilitiesto drooping over their forehead selves during this for
war weeping
moved the this
f
by governor act o plow point, he was bitten on thee S
the executive was sustained by th hand be noticed among the criminalclasses. The Cambridge students have comrades whom they have had to
by moccasin
a snake. Dr.
The origin of the two minor smallpox witnessed the ;
senate. rise and decline of leave suffocating in the trenches. And
W. C. Person
Other cases pending before the and was summoned atonce cases west of the railroad was I The calendar is the lightest on record the mustach the annihilation of it is an awful thing to see a man
applied the *
body were not acted necessarytreatment determined yesterday, being traced to with only one-fourth of the prisoners the pineapple clip, and the complete S cry." 'i
upon. and at last accounts
Lockhart and Kissimmee, two negroes charged four years ago. Other routing of the pompadour, *
Mr.
Long was getting along verynicely becoming infected at those places and causes for the decrease, he said are but now on the eve of commencement THE WEATHER i
For summer reading, 1,00 although suffering from
your then
a coming to Orlando. s )
Every pre more enlightened methods of dealing along comes a small group
. books to select from. Come to Curti badly smollen hand and .
5.5 t arm.. caution is being taken and the spread with offenders and the reduction ol of students with bangs. Florida: Wednesday rain. Thurs-
& O'Neal i t t i t .
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book store. f .
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SEVEN WARSHIPS LOST BY THE II11111111111111111111111111111111111111Announcement Illl MIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIMMItllMMIII
CONFEDERATE VETERANS RE-
ALLIES IN DARDANELLES

BENI UNION OPENED AT RICHMOND -
i9ur The campaign in the Dardanelles

YESTERDAYOwing so far, has cost the allied fleet six

battleships and a submarine. The
HOMEMADE SAUSAGE MEAT. of lost their
names ships displacement -

to the illness of Commanderin armament and crew, follow:
!
BREAKFAST MENU. Chief Bennett Young who will not Irresistible (Br.), 15,000 tons; 4 12-

FruitHomemade Sausages. be able to attend, Gen. George P. inch, 12 6-inch; 780 men. ,

Fried Apples. Hot Muffins. Harrison, of Opelika' Ala., appointed Goliath' (Br.), 12,950; 4 12-inch, 12 "

Coffee.SAUSAGE by General Young to take his place, 6-inch; 750.Ocean .

I will preside over the business sessionsof (Br.), 12,950; 4 12-inch, 12 .

meat may be made In the veterans. 6-inch; 750.Triumph.

and kept for use U one The corner stone of the equestiianstatue (Br.), 11,800; 4 10-inch
has a cold storeroom. It should be to Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson 14 7.5 inch; 700.
packed In Jars with melted lard or other will be laid the Br. 4 12-inch
Thursday afternoon Majestic ( ), 14,900; 12
fat poured over it to keep out the Richmond's 6-inch 757.Bouvet I wish to friends and
air. A small quantity may be taken site of which is on most ; announce to my
out and the fat remelted when it la required beautiful avenue, on which are the (Fr.), 12,205; 2 12-inch; 2
for use. monuments to Lee and Stuart. 10.8-inch, 8 5.5-inch; 630. customers that after June 1st my store

: May Be Mad Quickly. For the first time in the history of E-15 (Br. submarine), 800 tons; 30

the southern veterans a northern mil- will be located
The is
following a good way to makea men.The
small quantity; of sausage meat itary company will take part in loss of life is not definitely

enough for one meal: Thursday's pageant and occupy a known, but on such information as
: Pork and Beef Sausage.-Take one place of honor. The governor's foot- nas been given, appears to amountat ter
cupful of cbopped pork halt a cupful guard of Connecticut will be here as least half the total complement of

.of cbopped beef,half a cupful of breadcrumbs the personal escort of Gov. MauriceL. the ships lost, which is 4,397, makingthe 9 W. CHURCH ST.Do
a a teaspoonful of Bait, a halt .
be.
Holcomb. The veterans will losses at least 2,200 men.
teaspoonful of powdered sage and a
\ of quartered in a large brick building at
quarter a teaspoonful of pepper.
. Mix tbe pork beef and breadcrumbs the state fair grounds designated for FIGHT ON FIGHT ON BRYCE

salt pepper anJ sage and then make the occasion as Camp Stuart. URGES THOUGH FOR .

into small ("akt.s. Fry slowly over the Among the other features of the PEACE not forget that the same fair dealingsand
fire or bake in the oven convention will be the unveiling of a

tenderloins Lean :au83 of .-lean Take pork.one and with a third four tablet in Hollywood cemetery to the London.-The Chronicle prints a high grade service that has characterized -

women of the South. On Wednesdayat story tht Lord Bryce in writing to
pounds ot any lean cut und two pounds
Of fat Ron it through the meat chopper noon memorial exercises for vet- F. Herbert Stead with regard to a business in the will be
. my past con-
two or three times or until it is of erans who died within the past year meeting held to advocate the aboli-

the desired fineness. For seasoningtake will be conducted under the joint con- tion of war says that to end all' war.
tinued in It will
one teaspoonful each of pow. I trol of the United Confederate Vet- is a tremendous undertaking but you my new quarters. pay
dered dried sage and salt one-third ot I erans and the Confederate Memorial are right to keep flying the flag of .,
a'teaspoonfnl of pepper to each poundof to buy drugs from this store.
Association and all business will be hope for attainment at least, of really you
the meat.\utmeg may be added if ,
halted' at that hour. A committee
liked. Use one-third as much nutmegas on permanent peace, however distant
pepper. Mix tbe ingredients and. designation of stars and bars will an- that happy consummation may seem*

when reqnireed. make into cakes on a nounce on Wednesday its decision as to be. Meantime, we must continueto
floured board and fry or bake. to whom should fall the honor of having work unitedly so to finish this war

Like Grandma Used to Make. first designed the Confederateflag. as to show that the shocking meth- Courteous
Prompt
Old Fashioned Sansaga-Take six ods which have been used by the Ger- -

pounds of lean fresb pork and three The reunion will end Thursday man troops must be finally and immediately -
pounds of fat. Run through the meat night with a ball in honor of the [ expunged. Dependable
chopper and mix with twelve tea- sponsors.
spoonfuls of powdered dry sage six of
CARRANZA DENIES HE TOOK
salt two teaspoonfuls each of ground
BRIEF EXTRACTS FROM THE MERCHANDISE FROM
cloves and mace and one teaspoonful
of grated nutmeg. When seasoning Is GERMAN NOTE TO U. S. COMMITTEEWashington

well mixed pack tn stone jars pour 'Finally' the imperial governmentmust May 31.-The constitutionalist .

melted fat on top and cover. point out particularly that the agency here today made public
French Sausage.-Take lean pork, remove Lusitania on her last trip, as on pre- a personal telegram from General
all skin and bone and chop fine.
vious occasions, carried Canadian Carranza, which said "no merchandise
To -
every pound of pork add threequarters
troops and war material including no has been taken from the international
of a pound of fat bacon a chopped -
I colon a little bopped parsley, half an less than 5,400 cases of ammunition committee."
ounce of salt saltspoonful of pepper a I intended for the destruction of the City Drug Store

quarter of a nutmeg. grated. When i I brave German soldiers who are fulfilling JAPAN TO ENLARGE ARMY
these ingredients have been chopped their duty with selfsacrificeand
Tokio, 31.-The
May budget com-
and mixed together in mortar
put a devotion in the fatherland's
a and pound well. Then mix with three vice. ser- mittee of the house today approved J. L. DEAN Prop. Orlando Fla.
well beaten eggs. Make the cakes as the project to increase the standing ,
"The German believesit
" usual and brown on both sides In the government army by addition of two army divisions -
was acting in justified self defensein
frying pan or bake in the oven. or about 24,000 men.
seeking with all the means of warfare -

at its disposition to the
protect
Have a good time-go to the FairGrounds
r / cv lives of its soldiers by destroying am-
{
t Thursday and see a real Wili
_i b-1I"}, i!L!-jnt1fled.or: yip enemy.. West show Big time. 5-30-4tc: MMMMMt MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMTo
I ,4'Tr"e I
"e British government must have

been aware of the danger to which

f ft iTKITGUENaJPBoARD the passengers aboard the Lusitaniawere II IIIj MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWE
exposed under these conditions. x
DELIVER THE GOODS
a The company, therefore, is wan- Ij!

I tonly guilty of the death of so many

COLD ROAST BEEF. I passengers."There can be no doubt, accordingto Orlando Delivery and Messenger ServiceHarleyDavidson |

beef be served In
roast may a
COLD : the definite report of the submarine's -
many ways that will appeal Truck
commander which is further
to the appetite. It may be used .
In tbe creation of salads or as tile basisof confirmed by all other information : FOR QUICK SERVICE
cooked dishes suitable for luncheon that the quick sinking of the Lusita- ,

or supper.It nia is primarily attributable to the ..
very often happens that after there explosion of the ammunition shipment
has been a roast from which the slices caused by a torpedo. The Lusitania : PHONE 444
of cold beef have been served there is "
passengers would otherwise in all Message

enough meat left to be which sent does to the not table look In well that human probability, have been saved. I II I the Business \T wu-1 D 1vo. 2 Good and Bad Cigar Stores i !

form. From these such dIshes as tile Men of Orlando .
following may be concocted: AMERICAN SHIPS CARRY AN INCREASING .
Cold Beef Salad.-Take cold roast PER CENT. OF I"III'II"'I'I' I'I"'T""T" ,
Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same
beef and chop fine. Serve on lettuce WORLD'S COMMERCE
time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a .
with mayonnaise dressing. Another -
leaves
j dressing may be made of yolk of Washington, D. C.-American ships great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling
. hard boiled egg. melted butter, with carried $53,000,000 worth of importsand shows direct returns in more sales and bigger profits. The arket:
of the United States dur-
L vinegar to bind the ingredients. This exports Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good
1\ may be served on the salad Just as the ing the eight months ending with paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a community I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

r mayonnaise would be. March 31.Guests has won it.Dutch. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

With a Tasty Sauce. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
t- Baked Beef With Sauce.-Take cold registering at the San Juan
. roast beef and put into a dripping pan hotel yesterday included Mrs. Z. Bid- Boy Atl'Atic White Leadand Kept under the beat sanitary condition

i together with a capful of stoak and dle, Tampa; J. H. Picton Rockport, EYerjthinff screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
f.- allow to beat through. Turn and baste Texas; C. F. Young, Plant City; Geo. T and pore

r It often. Place on a hot platter and R. Paschal Jacksonville; William J. We Unite inspectiea and guarantee satisfaction. We have
' tour around it the following hot sauce: Dutch Boy linseed oil make quality-first paint. Put some
; Melt a tablespoonful of butter in a Hudson, Detroit; B. D. Dieder, Day- "lead-and-oil" paint to work for you and your business. Get in everything ia the Meat Line.TEL. .

saucepan. Stir into it a spoonful ot tona; Sid H. Luberman, Cincinnati; touch with your paint dealer today.NATIONAL .

Cour. keeping it smooth. Add a capful Mrs. Anna King, Ocala; W. T. Ryder, LEAD COMPANYHammond "IVdC. Self & Co.
; of stock, a teaspoonful of Worcestershire Tampa, and J. L. McLavery, New
sauce. one-half teaspoonful of York. PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
E. salt a dasb of pepper and any kind of .
f. vegetable that may be left from previous -
meals using two cupfuls or less.
cut fine and added to the sauce. Turnips i C Colollial l Hill '
carrots peas or cauliflower may r
.. be used. When hot pour around the
- meat and serve.
Browned In the Oven. &Gore
t EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
: Miroton ot Beet.-Take thin slices of
cold roast beef three medium sized onions -
a small bunch of herbs half a You hear about Colonial I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

pint of stock a tablespoonful of vinegar Hills.
some breadcrumbs salt and pep-
per. Peel and slice the onions. Melt You read about Colo- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
the dripping add the onions and fry .
them a golden brown. Add the herbs nial Hills. COMPARE

vinegar stuck a pinch ot powdered with plenty of Foliageand
sugar and a seasoning of salt and pepper. You talk about Colo-
Let all boil for ten minutes skimming nial Hills. I OUR FURNITURE"We I
it welL Then strain it and see Trees.
that it is nicely seasoned with pepper Sooner or later you provide the quality of furniture that has long
and salt. Cover the bottom of a pie been accepted'by knowing furniture buyers as the
dish with some of the sauce; then put will buy in Colonial standard of merit. tan article is here it is good. Price $2000.00
in a layer of slices of beef then more It be here it otherwise. We 't make I ri
Hills. Why not NOW! wouldn't i were ca
sauce, and so on. The last layer should
this point too clear-itis dire of the foundat on stonesof
be of sauce. and on this should be
sprinkled a few crumbs. Place the It: will give you satis- I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I

dish In a pan containing boiling water faction and profit.
and put it in a hot oven for fifteen min C. A. HOVEY
utes. Serve hot.ktJJ MeNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, ... I

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THE FIRST 100 PERSONS ENTERING THE SOUTH DOOR ON ORANGE AVENUE TilE 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.
; A .. FIRST NUMBER WILL BE LADIES' PARASOL
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The opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last I May in which

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.buslness we do our assortment has to be big and we naturally have to have a lot left, so

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OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT consists of the OUR LADIES' READY-TO-'VEAR 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 Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits, Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H. & W.
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears. !

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 Head-
South Florida. great assortment of big bargains in the newest 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 1
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- j
of Clothing in Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair
peries, Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and every-
Suits. In fact,everything for to
a man wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to
thing else you can think of in large variety. This entire
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
things to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers, Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at sav- 1
had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. ings that are wonderful. ;
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1 CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha 4j j
STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new ;j
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________$1.19 ONE LOT SILKS, consits of l\Iesseline, Foul
POPLINS, full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth $
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price ___________89c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June up j
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 ____________________51.38CHIti'ESE ---------------------------- ,
finish, 1.25 quality. June Sale Price _________1.00
SHANTUNG SILKS, specially pricedfor
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, this sale: j i
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________58c SILK CREPES' beautiful patterns in plain j
quality, June Sale Price --------------______$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________84c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to f i

CREPE soft METIORS shimmering, 40 silk inches with wide a high, a radium beautiful fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________95c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c, i'A
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 ----____25c 1
quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _______________________._42c
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;:THE DAILY! LOOKING ON THE EVERYBODY HIS OWN WEATHER OPENING OF BAPTIST REVIVAL I c
SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE.A FORECASTERHow STARTED LAST NIGHT
South Florida SentinelMORNING question of great importance

AND WEEKLY I which has been agitating medical and to forecast the weather is tobe Last evening marked the opening of

V. M. GLENN ..............-.......Editor other scientists for a number of years reduced to print by the official the Baptist revival which is to con-
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Business M.n.'enEntered
has only been definitely determined in forecasters of the United States tinue through the next two weeks.
at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Florida the last year or two, and not officially weather bureau. For months they The meeting was in charge of the Z
Mail Matter.
Second Clam
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at that. But the answer is pretty have been collaborating on the book Eev. Dr. Poulson, pastor of the First

SUBSCRIPTION RATES generally believed in at the presnt and the work is now practically com- Baptist church, and the speaker for
........................ $5.00 4
Duly. 6 1 Mootha Year ...................... %.e? time. The question is as to how much pleted. the evening was Dr. J. A. Wray of
Daily. ...................
is intended Miami.Dr. .
Dail,. S Month n' fDaUy. the mental condition of a man can The publication not to
1 Month ....................... .**
J. affect his body. make forecasters out of the public Wray is a graduate of Wake
I Year ...................... '1.00
Weekly Everyone knows that the mind generally, but is designed for the use Forest College, North Carolina Harvard -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYAbLE IN does influence the body but the degree of government weather bureau em- University and the Southern

of its influence was felt to be ployes who have not reached the Baptist Seminary located at Louisville -
I' ADVERTISERS:
TO rather vague. Nowadays, however grade of district forecaster.W. Kentucky. Dr. Wray is notedas

advertising CoPT for su.t display be banded and all ill at.th the r hand-set....aill_ most physicians acknowledge that the one of the most successful of pas-
..Gin,0(. Ibe. Sentinel 1 net later than Z p. .. mind can and does either wreck or OF W. WILL INITIATEFor tor evangelists, and is well known in
f' to Ute day ebangel before for pu"'kation."Dtrad advertising This rule:applies it ishnraria build up the body according to its relative the East and South. Tuesday evening

le and will M strictly adhered te. conditions of sorrow or joy. a month now, :Mr.: Belisario, the large auditorium of the new Bap-

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued o deputy organizer for the Woodmenof I tist church was crowded with Orlando
.- should notify the office in writing on be The Woman's Civic League of Orlando the World, has been recruiting I j people who took advantage of the opportunity -
win
of expiration. otherwise it
_. continued the date at the regular subscription rates. will hold a meeting this afternoon members for his organization in the to hear his opening sermon.

until Telephone notice Numb-r to stop .a...received................... at Mrs. T. Warlow's and a local field. To such good purpose has Throughout the next two weeks Dr.
full attendance is desired. There will he labored that some fifty or more Wray will assist Dr. Poulson in carrying -
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. 1915. be a program devoted exclusively to candidates have signified their intention on the revival in the new church. :-

public health. Not to go means thatso of joining the Woodmen. The I Services will be held every evening at -_ : if -
The early maid catches the bridal much support from the organization raw recruits will be initiated and put seven-thirty, and beginning Thurs- -

train. is lost. Help the women. They through a course of sprouts at a i day meetings hill also be held in ,-= ,_ __J
'. .; :'. .-
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-0- have demonstrated their worth in meeting of the fraternity which is tobe I the afternoon about three-thirty "

The half holiday movement starts civic improvements in the past. Theyare held at the Roof Garden Saturday o'clock. It is hoped that these meet- ---..=-? !

tomorrow, so do your shopping early. builders of cities. Help the cause evening, July 3. ings will be well attended and that V .
o and attend the meeting.The much good will come from them.
Cupid is expected to force the god o lSIIOIIAXX:: TO DE LAND Special music will add to the pleasure -
of :Mars to take a back seat this more you puff a cigar the of the meetings and a large cho-
month. smaller it becomes. Some men are Bishop Cameron :Mann left Orlando' rus choir will assist in this part of WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE

a built like cigars. yesterday en route for DeLand where I the services. THAT OUR
The energy with some men in Or- i he will deliver the annual commence- I Dr.Vray arrived in Orlando over .
<, lando gives them a reputation for be- OFF FOR EXTENSIVE WESTERN' ment sermon at the closing exercisesof the Atlantic Coast Line at three-

ing lucky. TOUR Stetson University. Bishop Mann thirty o'clock yesterday afternoon. ANNUALSPRING
o is much in demand and is constantly His sermon at seven-thirty was
A New York suffragist while mak- :Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen expect to moving about from one end of his strongly evangelistic and was well received -
,
;. ing a speech, picked up and petted a start tomorrow for their old home in diocese to the other so that although by the large congregation. AND SUMMERCLEARANCE

mouse thrown at her by a joker in the Burns, Tenn., where they will remain nominally a resident of the city he is

crowd. until September and then start on an at home only a small part of the WEATHER FOR MONTH OF JUNEIf
o extensive western tour which will embrace time.
The prediction is no longer heard all the historic and enchanting what the prognosticators predictfor SALEWILL

that the war will end in June. Date spots inthe Scenic Circle, winding up PROMINENT CITIZEN OF MIAMI June proves true, we are to havea
; now set for the close of the conflictis in California, where they will' take in CLAIMED BY DEATH variety of weather during the
next fall. the sights of both the PanamaPacificand month.

San Diego expositions. They will ::\liami.-After a long and painful The wiseacres say the first day of COMMENCE '
With the exception the United be accompanied by their daughter and illness, E. Emley Walton a prominent the month is to be ushered in with
States every nation that is now a son-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clarke. citizen of Miami, died Monday morning warm weather, followed by cloudy

'. world power is arrayed against the They will not spend the winter at Mr. Walton was a member of weather on the 2nd, pleasant on the NEXT FRIDAY JUNE{ 4 1915
Turco-Teutonic alliance. their pretty home on East Church the Elks, Masonic and Knights of 3rd (Corpus Christi day), 4th cool and ,
0 street, as has been their usual custom ythias fraternities.S. clear, 5th stormy weather clear on
If Switzerland keeps on preservingits for several years, and this will be universally the 13th, cool on the 14th fair on the AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS
neutrality it may eventually findit regretted in Orlando. G. HARRISON ELECTED STATE 15th cloudy with rain on the 16th, ONLY
as unique and attractive to touristsas PRESIDENT OF POST- I cool on the 17th, high wind on the
its mountains.-N. Y. World.' CALLED TO WASHINGTON OFFICE CLERKS 18th cloudy with rain on the 19th,

o high wind on the 20th, clear and -- ---

Even if the business outlook is still Mrs W. L. Westcott left yesterday Tampa, Fla., June 1.-The State warm on the 21st. Summer beginson

rendered dubious by the war, it is afternoon over the Atlantic Coast Association of Postoffice Clerks elect- the 22nd, and it will be cloudy .
perfectly safe for our cautious farmers Line in response to a message received ed S. G. Harrison, of Tampa, presi- with rains little rain on the 23rd '- !1'iJ.C'!

to decide to keep a pig this sum- from her sister Miss Marie dent of the organization, which was clear on the 24th (St. John the Bap- :

mer. Dallas, Washington, D. C., inform- in session in the federal court room.of. tist's day), hot with rain on the 25th;
o c 1 jng.her that their mother Mrs. A. J. the government building. clear and hot on the 26th, clear on the n1T

It is almost time for the book agent Dallas, had been seriously burned that 27th, hot with thunder showers on the J
morning and to come at once. FOK KENT 28th, clear and warm on the 29th. _=.1'F ,
of the war to .
with a complete history JI
make his appearance or will he wait Mrs Dallas is well known in this Three furnished rooms and bath, in The month will close on the 30th with .- ...........:: ---1. '/
city, having resided here for a number Greylynne East Robinson avenue. summer showers ..
and come along with the "fake pocket Also, for sale, a gasoline oil tank J
book" artist? of years with her husband, Col. 120 gallons, with Dowser pump all
Dallas, and many friends join in the new.
o Want anything? Ask for it through
hope that when Mrs. Westcott reachesthe E. R. HOTALING,
Judging from the criticism of bedside of her mother, she will C-2-3t 3 E. Robinson Ave. Sentinel "Wants." Of A Marvelous Season'sSelling
Jxitchener, some Englishmen are look
> find her very much improved.
ing around for a convenient scape-
.
goat to bear the blame of their country's "BUSINESS CONDITIONS BET-

unpreparedness.-N.o Y. World. TER"-DOW Skate This is a pre-inventory event, and a

stock-clearing event. t
We dislike to predict unpleasantand :Mr.: C. P. Dow the popular cashierof
gruesome things, but if the the Peoples National Bank of Orlando -
speedy Ralph De Palma continues to has returned from a trip to DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WILL

run at the rate of nearly 90 miles per several cities in the East and South PREVAIL
hour he is going to stop speeding one which included New York Philadelphia TO-NIGHT

of these days.It Bridgeport Boston Washington, Everything in the Store Reduced !
a Savannah, and Jacksonville. During
has been a long time since the his travels Mr. Dow came in contact Goods will be priced for what they will
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oldest living inhabitant saw so many with nothing but prosperity. Moneyis fetch, actual costs not considered.SEE .
huckleberries in market as may be becoming very plentiful and the

seen right now, is the way an observ- business condition is good and growing -
LATER ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR
ant resident put it, after a stroll past better every day. THE
the groceries and fruit stands. FULL PARTICULARS
0 CRIMINAL COURT STILL IN SESSION -

is interesting to note that the
Of It
.. great body of Presbyterians recently REMEMBER THE DATE
their Judge T. P. Warlow will likely adjourn -
: in session in Virginia, holding ORLANDO SKATING RINKCor.
general assembly decided to meet criminal court for the term on
next year in Florida. Informationhas Thursday. The court has been in ses-
sion since :: 24 and
been received that the general as- May many cases
sembly of the Presbyterian church have been disposed of during the ses
will be held next spring in Orlando. sion. The time was taken yesterdaywith
Orange Ave. & Jackson Sts.
The occasion will bring to Orlando a several minor cases. .

large number of prominent men and
women and be an occasion of great MARRIAGE LICENSES FOR MAY McCRACKEN & GORE Proprietors

importance and interest.TimesUnion. -
The month of :May was rather a

o poor one in so far as marriage per-
mits were concerned. There were only 8000 feet smooth Ma-
"FAITH. HOPE square as as glass. .
CHARITY." fourteen licenses issued from County
AND
The Associated Charities is organ- Judge Martin's office, seven white and ple wood floor to glide over. 300 pairs of
seven colored. The month of May
ized primarily to remedy certain con-
ditions, to elevate and advance the started off with one for the first day, skates from which to make your selection.
I as did the month of June. As this is
Orlando standards generally.of society Can and this to improve be accomplished i the open season for marriages the Fine music furnished by Electric Piano. Re-
genial Judge may look for a 'land
and can Orlando be madea office business. freshment stand presided
better city morally, religiously- over by Charley

ucationally and physically? Undoubt- ::\11:. DORAN DANGEROUSLY ILL Rock Jr. General admission to night
edly, with the present support that is ,
given it. A meeting will be held Monday -
Dr. J. F. Maddox returned sessions will be 10 skates 15
yesterday cents
night at the San Juan hotel when cents.

the organization will be perfected.The where afternoon he had been from to Shelbyville, Ind.:: No admission and after !
purpose and aim of the Associated accompany Mr. charged to morning OICKSO N .IYfS CO.I
Omar Doran brother of Mrs. Elijah
Charties is manifold and some- d
Hand, who had been in feeble health noon sessions. Three sessions daily 10 to .
what obvious. It will be the aim of I
to his old home. A telegram received
the tween organization the deserving to and discriminate undeserving be- in this city yesterday brought the in- 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10.
formation that :Mr.: Doran had not im- .DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE.
needy to help those in need to bet-
ter help themselves and to systematically proved any, and that he was dangerously I .. .. .
ill.ARRIVED.
serve those who are unable to
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ORLANDO'S
serve themselves. The objects aref'
worthy and it is hoped every altruistic ON STORK SPECIALThe The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
citizen will give the fullest en- stork paid a visit to the homeof Children Under 14 Not Admit- tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise I

couragement to the ideals underlying Mr. and Mrs E. C. Harper Tues- at right prices
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i this charitable society of the apostles day morning and left with them a fine ted on the Floor at Night
a
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greatest of these is charity." at 121-2 pounds. I IAt II i I

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i 1 Florida, at the home of the bride's EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESSIN I
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Mrs. Endor Curiett.St. Augustine j i

I Open 2 : I.. Record. Washington, June 1.-Senator Kern I
the Democratic floor leader, today discussed
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ON TilE SOCIAL CALENDAR j W. W. Wright the mitten. SOCIETY NOTES an extra session of congressin
The decorating throughout the October with President Wilson. The
Wednesday, June 2. OF INTEREST.
Stratton-Eichner wedding at Geneva. house was artistically done by Mr. .... ..... .. president said afterward that the proposal
Mrs. Waters Howe and Miss Mary Lynch, of the Miles company, Jack- The Twentieth Century Club, which was under consideration, but he
Guernsey will entertain at Miss I sonville. The gifts were numerous was to have met today with Mrs. had come to no conclusion.:
Guernsey's home in honor of Miss and valuable consisting of silver, cut GRANDTODAY Majestic. Dovel, has been postponed until to-
Country Antoinette Club Slemons dance. at 3:30. I glass, pictures, linen, and furniture. parts. morrow, in order not to conflict with HASTINGS POTATO SHIPMENTS
Thursday, June 3. The gift of the bride's mother was a man." the meeting of the Civic League this TOTAL MORE THAN 1.900
Annual for of St. Jo- Komis. afternoon at 1lrs.Yarlow's..
picnic pupils substantial one of government bonds, CAR LOADS
seph's Academy.Twentieth I
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and the groom's mother gave a num'ber -
Century Club, Mrs. M. O. '
Dovel hostess. of gold eagles concealed in a RICHMOND Another one of the popular sub- j St. Augustine. Fla.-Totaling- over
Friday, June 4. handsome bouquet. scription dances will be held at the J 11.900 car loads 200 cars in excess of
Anniversary reception for Dr.and Mrs. 'I Preceding the ceremony Miss Alta Country Club this evening. A large |the total for the previous year, the
Stagg, 8 o'clock, at Presbyterian
lecture room. Wright sang "For You Alone" and "I Richmond, I crowd of dancers is expected. There ; Hastings shipments have about end-
-- I Love You Truly." welcomed will be good music. ed.
FIRST JUNE WEDDINGIN :Mrs.: M. C. Wright wore a handsome "DARE DEVIL HARRY"

The ORLANDO first June FOR wedding 1915.in Orlandofor I met the gown guests of as lavender they arrived chiffon, in, and her Another of those screaming Mina old eracy capital today, IIF r o :

the present year was solemnizedat I usual gracious manner. comedies. They're all good. Veterans in )
the home of Mrs. M. C. Wright, on After a tour of four or five weeks reunion. 1(9)A
Lake Cherokee, at eight o'clock last j Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt will be at hometo The
evening, the contracting parties being their friends at their beautiful "A QUESTION OF CON. climax
Miss Augusta Cornelia Wright and home on Lake Cherokee.
Louis Talley Hewitt, both popular The out of town guests were :Miss: SCIENCE"A the General corner
young people of this city. Malone, of St. Louis, Miss Benner, of
Lubin Drama. with an
The ring ceremony was used, the Lima, Ohio, and Miss Louise Smith, son Brown,
solemn words pronouncing them man of Winter Park. The Bachelor Girls, division.
and wife were spoken by Dr. John W. who were the bridesmaids, were Misses I D. death.'I
"THE \VOIANVHO PAID"A Judge
Stagg, of the Presbyterian church. Thornton, Branham Smith,Wright, address,
The lovely little flower girl was Miss Happersett, DeLaney, Person, and Biograph Drama. was turned
Augusta Beier, of Centralia, Ill., a Lillian Smith. i
Harrison, of
cousin of the bride, who preceded the -0-
bridal party down the handsome cola preside by HIGH IN HER ADMIRATION
CATHEDRALMEET. "THE EXPERIMENT"An nett II. .
nial staircase and loosed the white o It comes from being used to admir-
from
ribbons surrounding the arch arrangedfor At the Chapter House, Monday Edison Drama.A I ing beautiful things' in the shape of 0
the attendants of the bride. evening, the Sunday school teachersof cut glass' from our emporium. We
dress for the
The matron of honor, Mrs. Gordon the Cathedral Sunday school held the veterans I force this habit on all the ladies be-
Wright, gowned in white organdie, their regular monthly meeting. On L. Christian cause of the remarkable specimenswe
with pink trimmings, and carrying a this occasion the members of the sen- GOOD BILL; requested by put before them. They also ap- El
large bouquet of Killarney roses, led ior class were among the guests of his stead. preciate our prices because they are
the procession, followed by Miss Pru- the teachers. for so reasonable.
dence Malone, maid of honor, in white Dean Remsen opened the
net over pink and carrying an arm with prayer, Mrs.\ Remsen meeting gave a 5 cents 10 cents 'following by the L! ALLEN & CO., JEW_ :LEPi _s. .dJ

bouquet of Killarney roses. They 1 short review of the address of last marks. == ",_.
1. were followed by eight lovely brides- month. A selection from the book on The old
maids, gowned in white organdie with i'Sunday school work (by Henry
Governor
embroidered garnishing, wearing James STEP BY STEP
I ) which is being studied was
dainty white slippers and each carry- read by Miss Kilmer.Mr. Mayor I have we climbed in the paint business
ing an enormous white longstemmedpeony. F. H. Williams, superintendent +t T -1 until now we are at the top. Hard
of the Sunday school, will be absentin THE I 1 ;; work, honest prices, fair dealing and
The charming bride, in white satin the North for the next three pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
and tulle, with square train and long months. He mentioned several plans The last \ contributed to our success. Every
veil of tulle, carrying a handsome which are to be used during his ab- E. C. article you purchase from us is backed
shower bouquet of bride roses and sence this summer to improve the Canada last by our personal guarantee. Just
valley lilies, came down the stairs on school and increase its value. Mr.\ to visit .. .ei name your wants and leave the rest
the arm of her cousin, W. W. Wright, Williams also mentioned other plans from the late to us.
who gave her away in marriage.The which he will put into operation on M. Fox, of tA Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
groom met her with his best his return. ROOf G4RDNTODAY [ services.
man, Mr. Lawrence Lawton, and the I Dean Remsen expressed for the a resident 205 S. Orange Avenue
S party took their stand under the coming departure of the superintendent friends in
learn of her COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
white latticed arch which was very and his two sons, Frank and
effectively trimmed with Easter lilies Douglass,' whose presence will be .
and great white peonies.At greatly missed. -
the close of the ceremony :Mr. The social hour which followed the
and :Mrs. Hewitt received the congrat- period of study was most delightful, "THE BLOOD OF HIS
ulations of a hundred guests stand- Miss Alice Allen being hostess for BROTHER" FRANK A. CURTIS WUJJAM R. O'flEAL
ing in the living room, while Mcln- the evening. After several amusing
tosh's orchestra discoursed sweet A feature in two
mu- games had been enjoyed the guests parts.
sic. were entertained by some really fine Established 1886
Refreshments in pink and white Victrola selections. Delicious creams
were served by the maids, and and cake were served during the even- "IN THE HILLS BEYOND"A
Clara Holland served punch in the sunroom
which was resplendent in pink ing.The last meeting for the summer Virginia Romance. Sydney CURTIS & O'NEAL

Killarney roses. Monogrammed box will be the June gathering, at which Ayres and Doris Pawn.
es of wedding cake from Dean's, New time Miss Kilmer will act as hostess.
York, were given to all the guests. Miss Carrie Dade will' give the review INSURANCE LOANS ..
The bride and groom led in a merry at this meeting and Dean Rem-
dance and the scene of beautifully sen is to give an address. Animated Cartoons-
gowned ladies and well dressed young
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bered. MARRIAGE. Joker Comedy.A .
The dining room was decorated in Charles Brumley left Saturday for
yellow daisies, and the wedding cake, Chuluota, Florida, for a brief visit scream from start to finish.
on a bank of daisies, was crowned bya with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
bride in latest fashion. After the Brumley. Mr. Brumley's marriage to
cake was cut Miss Malone was foundto Miss Isabella Eichner will take place 3 pairs of Ladies' Silk Hose

have the thimble, Miss Dickson the on Wednesday, June 2, in Geneva, For' Sale
dime, Miss Alta Wright the ring, and (Continued in fourth column) given away tonight.


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KNIGHTS TEMPLAR MEMBERSHIP WHY HE OBJECTEDMr. FRIENDS IN ORLANDO: FULL TEXT OF BILL TO PROTECT

IN STATE IS 1,315 I May 28, 1915. PAVED ROADS IN ORANGE
: Brown had just thrust his feet COUNTYBe SPRAYINGFor
From Lexington, Virginia, we proceeded
I
The printed proceedings of the Beneath his desk and comfortably set-
White Fly and Scale with Schnarr's In-
to Staunton where we stopped spray
Grand Commandery Knights Templarof tled himself for a long afternoon's I It Enacted by the Legislature of
overnight. Leaving Staunton early secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other :Mites
Florida were issued Saturday from work when the office door anda
opened the State of Florida
: infesting citrus trees with the Soluble
the office of the grand recorder Wil- the next morning we proceeded to I spray Sulphur
entered with
woman canvasser a I
Harrisonburg over some rough Section 1. That from and after the I Compound. 1
bur P. Webster in the Masonic tem- very
satchel slung from her shoulder, relates -
ple. The statistics given show that the roads. We took dinner at Harrison- passage of this act it shall be unlaw- These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings
Pittsburgh Dispatch."An I and in the can be done at and the time. This will absolutely
the burg afternoon reached one same -
in drive
of ful
to motor
the total number Templars agent!" groaned Mr. Brown, as or operate any pro-
,Woodstock, Va., where we put for insure clean trees and bright fruit.
state is now 1,315 an increase of 106 she advanced to his side. up pelled, hauling vehicle using metal
the night. Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
the templar which tires any street or road in the
during past year "Good afternoon, sir said she upon
po- cheaper the market. Get the habit of and
The next morning we set out for on spraying
of which street
ended with the grand encampmentheld county Orange or
litely. "Have objection toa
you any will have regrets at the end of the
Winchester Pa. While coming downa you no season.
at Daytona April 13 and 14 last. lady blacking your shoes for you?" road has been paved with brick at a
Forming a part of the printed address "Indeed I have!" responded Mr. long steep hill with a very sharp greater rate of speed than five miles
of Right Eminent Grand Com- Brown, emphatically. curve in the road I ran into a fence per hour. 1. SCHNARR & CO Manufacturers

mander Galen B. Seaman is a bit of "(Th, you musn't mind a little thing post and sprained my left ankle so Section 2. The words "motor pro- ,,
to the badly that I had to be carried to Win- hauling vehicles" within the
historical reference twenty-one like that, said she, reassuringly. "It's pelled
years of Templarism in Florida thatis just a matter of business. I'm intro- chester in an automobile. I had to meaning of this act, shall be held to Orlando, Florida

interesting.The ducing a new kind of shoe polish, and layover there to see a doctor and mean and include any motor propelled, -

grand commander said: I: can't sell' you some unless I demon- have my leg dressed. Monday and metal tired vehicle used for hauling -- -- --- -

Some History of Templarism"On strate to you what it is, can I? So Tuesday were spent in Winchester any load other than passengers.
August 15, 1895 there assem- just put out your feet and I'll black but Wednesday morning I set out whether the same is propelled by a
of Damascus Com at 10 a. m. for Charlestown, West motor in such vehicle, whether -
bled in the asylum your shoes in a moment." or on or
mandery No. 2 in the city of Jacksonville "I can not permit, madam," asser- Virginia, where I spent the night. such vehicle be used as a trailer CAREY HANDFUNERAL
pursuant to a call issued by vated Mr. Brown. "On no account Charlestown the old historic place drawn by another vehicle.
Eminent Sir William where John Brown was tried and Section 3. violation of section
Any
commander
past will I permit you to do such a thing."
A. )McLean eighteen sir knights, "I know a great many gentlemendo hanged, is 84 miles from Washington 1 of this act shall be deemed a misdemeanor DIRECTORAND
representing the six commanderiesthen object to letting a lady do such City. I left Charlestown at 7 a. m., punishable by fine not ex-
in Florida and with and on my way passed Harper's Fer- three hundred dollars EMBALMERAll
existing work, and a great credit it is to their ceeding or by
them Sir Knight M. A. Fuller of Min- gallantry," said the lady sales agent, ry, West Virginia, and reached Frederick imprisonment not exceeding thirty
nesota and Sir Knights Will C. An- simperingly. Maryland at 12:10. After eating days or by both such fine and im

dress of Illinois. "Oh, I don't mind that," asserted dinner I again took to the road prisonment. calls answered Promptly Dayor
"Sir McLean called the meeting to Mr. Brown interrupting her. arriving in Washington at 8 a. m. Section 4. This act shall take effect -

order presented the warrant of Sir 'Why, what is your objection, Here I found Mr. Warman whom I immediately' upon its becoming a Night. Hand Block.
had last seen on Monday afternoon.
Hugh McCurdy most eminent grandmaster then?" law. 1.
and on the observance of "Mine are tan shoes." Was very glad to catch up with him.
proper formalities this grand com- We have spent a very pleasant day See the bucking steer contest at Orlando, Florida.

mandery was organized and began its LIMIT ON DRINKING PUT ON here sightseeing-visited several of the Fair Grounds Thursday. 30-4tc
history. BRITISH ARMY OFFICERS the government buildings. PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,

"Of those who participated in that Very truly ITALIAN PRECAUTIONSRome.

initial conclave, Past Grand Com- London.-"No soldier or sailor H. B. SEE.

manders McLean Keene Tyler and whether officer or private may be .-At Bologna, because of the

Chadwick have rested from their labors served a drink in the seventh district, High class TO property EXCHANGE well developed important ammunition factories there,
and assumed their' stations in except between noon and 8:30 o'clockin at Pine Castle for stock of goods. and at Milan because of its impor-
the celestial asylum. the evening." Pine Castle Realty Co. 5-30-6tc tance as a railroad center special i A REPEATING
Among those still with us to aid This order addressed to saloon lookouts are posted and antiaircraftguns

the templar cause with the wise coun- keepers, was issued today by the brig- STEAMER SEIZED AT MOBILE and defending aeroplanes keptin SHOT GUN
sel and conservative views which accompany adier general commanding the dis FOR BREAKING THE SHIP- readiness.

the dignity of age are Past PING LAWS Also at Milan the gilded statue of Is all for
., right hunting
Commanders W. P. Webster Boyd, trict.Up to the present there have been Mobile Ala., May .-The steamerA. the Virgin surmounting the central f OR wild game. But for
Ware Haskell Keller and Andress. few restrictions regarding drinkingby A. Raven, 2,458 tons, from Pro- tower of the celebrated' white marble YOUR hunting business we find
"The other members of that body commissioned officers. gresso, Mexico, with a cargo of 5,000 cathedral there has been covered with 1, -
most efficient means
were Sir Knights Charles McK. Oert- bales of sisal, on her arrival here last cloth to precent it from serving as a tt BtI5?&SS.the beGOOD

ing Thomas L. Watson, I. E. Baird, SAYS SUBMARINE CRUISED 3,400 night was seized by United States guide to Austrian aviators in their GOODS. GOOD
Charles A. Clark John D. Sinclair, MILES TO DARDANELLES customs officials charged with viola- probable flights over the city. The r SERVICE AND LOW
G. R. Pride W. B. Barnett, WilliamA. tion of the shipping laws by coming stained glass windows have been removed PRICES.
Dunn Charles A. Oglesby and D. Amsterdam.-A dispatch received into an American port from a foreign so they will not be shatteredif
Again we call attentionto Tampa Special for hens
W. Stanley. Of these Sir Knights here today from Berlin says that port on coastwise clearance papers. the city is bombarded. ;your ,
and Mo-Life for horses and mules.
Oerting Clark Pride and Sinclair are Capt. Persius, the naval expert, writ- 'I'
still living the others have passed to ing in the Berlin Tageblatt in praiseof Want to laugh? .All right, take in Enjoy yourself, see the Wild West The Produce Co.
the Wild West show at the Fair Co-Operative
the world beyond. the exploit of a German subma- Grounds Thursday afternoon. A big show Thursday, Fair Grounds. 30-4tc
"The number of fraters enrolled, at rine in sinking the British battleship time and your money's worth. Don't W. L. DeWITT. M'g'r. N.. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
that date in all of the commanderies, Triumph off the Dardanelles, says fail to see the trick roping. 30-4tc Get the news in the Sentinel first.

was 185, the same composing the that mis small undersea boat must

membership of Soeur de Lion Com have cruised upward of 3,400 miles I THE VERY LATEST
IDEASIn
< mandery No. 1, Damascus Commandery from the North sea around Gibraltart I NEW YORK AND RETURN
No. 2, Baron Commandery No. 3, othe Dardanelles and all under her
Olivet Commandery No. 4, Palatka i own power without stopping at a Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. We also
Commandery No. 5, and Plant City supply station.PERSECUTION. $35.00VIA
Commandery No. 6." carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.

Three New Commanderies GEORGIA; SOUTHERN AND FLOR- Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

During the past templar year three IDA RAILWAY WILL OPERATEBIG over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted on
new commanderies were formed at St. EXCURSIONThe "
Lucie, West Palm Beach and Ocala.In "CLYDE LINE"ONLY "postcarditis. Just now we have some very new ideas in

the last 800 years many organ- first personally conducted ex- birthday and general greeting cards.
DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLE
izations have come and gone, but cursion to Valdosta Macon and Atlanta
throughout these centuries the templar over the Georgia Southern and- Fare includes meals and stateroom berth \Y. S. BRANCH
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banner has waved aloft in tri- Florida railway during 1915 will be Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship

... umph until now it is a matter of much I operated on Tuesday, June 8, and Final Return Limit October 31st THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC\ STORE
:
,_ pride that in the United States there from all indications it promises to be CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite .

are now an army of more than 250- one of the most successful ever operated .
000 sir knights embraced in more by this line. for schedule and further particularsH.

than 1,400 constituent commanderies.The G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
< growth in the state of Florida OF JEWS IN PALESTINE of St.
I Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot Liberty
while not rapid or great, has been CEASES; CATHOLICSARE Jacksonville, Florida
,_ normal and select and the result of SUFFERERSNew
JV prudence and farsightedness. SHEET METAL CO.

p Officers of CommanderyThe York.-Persecution of Jews in 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

officers of the grand command- Palestine has entirely ceased, according .

f ery for the year 1915 are: to information received by the I. Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
t. R. E.-William R. O'Neal, grand American Jewish committee and made I ,

i commander, Orlando. public. The greatest sufferers in Ij I and Rubber RoofingsCornices
t' V. E.-Frank B. Stoneman deputy Palestine at present the committeewas .

f grand commander, Miami. informed are the members of the Skylights Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings
,
i( E.--Charles H. Ketchum, grand Catholic religious orders whose property i Look All Around \

': commander, Key West. it was stated has been seized
E.-Henry O. Snow, grand captain by military authorities. Economic Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

general, Tampa. conditions are bad, for strict blockade
f E.-Charles S. Hill, grand senior 'revents imports. An invasion of millions

f warden, Palmetto. of locusts is destroying the
.
E.-Thomas Griffith grand prelate,
Jacksonville.R. .

E.-William S. Ware grand grain.ARCADE Then come in and let us show The Orlando Meat MarketT.

r treasurer Jacksonville.R. .
E.-Wilber H. Rutter, grand you real quality A. YANCY Manager
standard bearer, St. Augustine.

t E.-W. O. Richtmann, grand sword I Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Choice
Furniture Stoves and Gen-
bearer Palatka. MILKDEPOT Rugs, ,
E,-Joseph Dawson, grand captain Florida and Western Meats
of guard Orlando. eral House Furnishingsat l

Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.\\ '
KITCHENER'S ABILITY
Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
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prices all the year far belowso
Not since Carnot has Euope had ;,
/ Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
such a war minister as Kitchener has called special sales. A call: PHONES \Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
proved himself to be and the immense BUTTER MILK I
armies he has created in his ten will convince you.
Fresh Every
Day.
months of administration stand as a

monument to his ability, his efficiency, oc. per glass
his skill and the confidence which the WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ?
25c.
people of Great Britain and the sol- per gallon

diers of Great Britain have in him. CREAM AND :MILK To Our CustomersDo
That Great Britain overestimated its
you want a fine Velvet Rug 36in. x 72 in., in ,
own military and naval power is evi- BUTTER soft pleasing colors, or white and blue wool and fibre
dent. The fault lies not in Kitchener
Fresh Homemade same size
who has nobly, faithfully, ably discharged !-

Post. his full duty.-Washington SANDWICHES i OSCAR HAND & SON | Do ;you See use our Aluminium 14 Piece set Ware, and?our 72 piece set Blue and

PIES AND CAKESARCADE Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutelyfree.

TEMPLARS GAIN 106 MEMBERSIN Complete House Furnishers CallFINLEY'S

TIrE PAST YEAR PIONEERand

Knights Templars of Florida have
MILK DEPOT Premium Table.
gained 106 members during the past see our

a year making the total membership Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

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J-4'u.Inber maths and Shingles SENTINEL TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONSThe Lake Site

county teachers' examinationswill

e begin Tuesday, June 8. Details -

;" WANTSThe of the examinations will be an-
nounced later.

TO EXCHANGEBest Two .
f
A
.. Morning Sentinel Want close in lots at Pine Castle,
Directory is the Greatest Want for light second hand car. Pine Castle
; ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. Realty Co. 5-30-6tc
t' Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. The Daytona Beach Hotel, under

, Royal Cement, Agatik Plaster and Perfection Lime RATES I offers the new special ownership summer and rates.management Hotel

For One Day ______________25t refurnished and redecorated throughout. 136 acres with beautiful fron-
For Three Days ____________50e : Sea foods a specialty. W. F. & tage on two lakes. Knock Out
For Six Days -______________75c ,E. R. Ayres, Daytona Beach, Fla.
For One Month --__________$2. 0 5262twwktf. $15 per acre.
This rate applies on all ads of
I 25 words or less. If the ad con- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 60 acres, mile off brick road.
E WANT YOU TO GET PERFECTvy tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for Located in the Arcade Building Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in- '
All work and neatly
guaranteed -
sertion.If $20.00
per acre.
GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to done. Our work is the best
-- the office telephone No. 24. Ac- and our prices are the lowest.
See E. B. .
counts opened by telephone will be This is the place to have your Bradley Qnick.
payable the following day.
old clothes made new.

. Every Home-Every Business- Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
Every Man has use for a dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

Sentinel Want Ad. I pressed -____________40c ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,
OUR DESIRE All Palm Beaches scrubbedand
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FOR SALE pressed -___________50c Watkins Block PHONE 104
Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
FOR SALE-Studebaker ,
friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who'will 5 passenger, in good condition touring;car ex- We do ladies' work also. Giveus

not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a tra equipment; extra tire; exceptional a trial and be convinced. FOR 90 DAYSYou
value, Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Clothes called for and delivered.
good word for their gas service. 5-8-lmoc
can buy foundation

OUR ADVICETo FOR SALE My famous Duroc Jer- Phone 613. stone building blocks, side-
sey hog (The Shrew), with pigs. walk tile, or anything in my

bring about this desirable condition, the Company i Also(Beechy-Wootsie my Duroc-Poland). Will sell China both boar for Dr. S. S. Jones and line at let reduced.me surprise Call around on

advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete $40 NOW. Also Berkshire and Poland you
China shoats, 4 months old, $6.50a I CHIROPRACTOR prices.
, ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of head. C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle.
5-30-6t graduate Davenport College, 17 and F. D. GORE
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ,

wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you FOR SALE-1 cylinder, 45 horse 209. Intelligent people everywhereare Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
restored
being to health by chiropractic -
will be surprip to see the changes for the better that able power for motor motor,boat as good or auto.as new Will; suit-sell adjustments, the new scienceof I Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH.
have taken in water heaters etc. if removing the cause of disease. Ex-
place gas ranges, cheap 5-29-6t taken at once. L. II. Finlay. amination free. 12-24-lmo


OUR OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT Two story DoctorsBiickiiiastcr
I cottage, seven rooms and bath,
Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew modem conveniences, roomy porches, & Brundiigc

ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfect 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

in operation and extraordinary in features of economy. .. OSTEOPATIIS Office
II corner Orange Avenue and
. \ offer. them to you at very low prices and on the easiest FOR RENT at Personal Kirksville instruction, Mo. under Dr. Still] Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,

01 terms.ORLANDO. FOR RENT-Four room cottage, 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Phone 419.
south of Lake Lucerne. Rent rea National Bank. Phone 578.
sonable. Apply 107 Gore avenue, or
32 East Pine street. 6-1-3t* -- ---- - --
PHONE 646
FOR RENT-Two five room cottages,
with modern conveniences; $15 a For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Picnic PartiesShould
month each. One situated on North
WATER & LIGHT CO Orange avenue and the other on northof .FIRST CLASS REP AIRI G- the
get for
good things
Lake Eola. S. G. Dolive & Son.
6-1-3t BARNARD & SON their lunches of us.

GAS DEPARTMENT 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- 12-10-lm PIMENTO CHEESE
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
Yancey. 3-28-tfc CREAM CHEESE

... POTTED MEAT
.A' BUYERS
-- AND SELLERS
. -. I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Orlando Wood Yard PORK AND BEANS
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., CRACKERS
[ over 30 years. Have handled over :
20000000. Call and see me. Removed from Pine St. two blocks BREAD
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. BUTTER
I I north on Railroad, west end Washington ;

WANTED St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat JAM

WANTED-To year. Must be rent modern house, have by sleeping the- all times. JELLY HONEY '

SOUTH" mm SUPPLY co. porch, about five or six rooms and GRAPE JUICE :.
must be well located, close in. State
!ocation and rent in answer. Address B. W. KINGSLEY LEMONSCARUTHERS i
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf

WINTER ,GARDEN,!;FLA. iVANTED-To make ladies' hair I PHONE 344 I ---?-'.u_... -. : -- .r". -. .:J

switches, puffs and curls; made
from the combings of your own hair. & GORE
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Prices reasonable; work guaranteed.Mrs. .
E. Roberts 307 Hughey street.

Can supply your )want; in] every- I 5-30-3t* DON'T New Modern Grocery ;
WORRY
--- ,1 WANTED POSITION young man
having fifteen years experience in
thing to eat and wear. Newthings department stores desires position Phone 200
where ability and merit would war-

and good things always, Give us Address rant advancement."Y," care Sentinel.Best references.4-28-tf If you are disappointedabout 6 and 8 East Pine St.

trial. 2I r LOST-My Jersey cow, dark red, getting a new Eas-
a white spots, fat,
J milking. Strayed ter Suit,we can put your
( from pasture on 26th inst., 18 Mark
street, C. B. Thornton Place. Infor- old one in good condi-
mation and return home and receive tion for just such occas;
reward. Jack Brennan. 5-30-3t ions. 16.60 :

LOST-One bicycle wheel, between

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY: line.return Oakland to and Morton Ocoee.Jones Reward.& Son 5-13-tf Please, bus ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..

'COMPANYI RICHMONDVA.
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot Dry Cleaning
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Steam Cleaning!
I railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Pressing and Repairing .
I acres unimproved; extra good land.
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc And Return ;


"while Umbrellas you wait recovered," at Young's and repaired Repair Cut Flowers VIA .

I Pure Ice Cre t11.1 Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Atlantic Coast line

TRACY House& repairs MOORE of, CARPENTERS all kinds done and Plants ;

promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty' ; Floral Standard Railroad of the South
,
When you want PURE ICE garages, office fixtures; window and Designs -
. For Party I door frames made to order. Get our
CREAM call for HAND'S. If prices. 18 East Church street. A Tickets sold May 29 to June 2nd

you don't believe that we take Club postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo Final limit by extension June 30

the greatest care in its manu- We mal Ice Cream from Stop-Overs
NEW NEPTUNE HOTEL. DAY. Side Trips
facture and watch us Church Social TONA BEACH, FLA. .violet
come up tubercular tested cows. All :: e t Dell Florist. Variable Routes
make it. You will be surprisedat Mrs. W. H. Delmore wishes to an- SPECIAL TRAIN MAY
cans, moulds and everythingused School Social] nounce that the Neptune Hotel diningroom 30
the care every detail is given. is For reservations call ,
now open for the summer sea- on
in the J. M.\ CARUTHERS
manufacture of
our
Any kind you want, any time Lodge son. Your patronage solicited. All D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- home cooking. 5-27-ltw-2w Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
you want it. In any quantity Picnic W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

from a quart up. ized. SHOE HOSPITAL Orlando

You are cordially invited to Vo. 8 E. Church St.-C. F. Bouton.
Order Hands Pure Bring your repairs to the Shoe Hos-
, inspect our factory at any pital for repairs. I pay parcel post CLINT BASSPHONE
time. one way.
Ice Cream Men's half soles, sewed__________80c. 375WestJefferson
Hen's half soles, nailed ________ 60c.
"' Ladies half soles, sewed ________ GOc.J Street
adies J ,half soles, nailed _______ 45c. Successor to 1I-,
Leather heels' _________________ 20c.
ICE Rubber heels, all kinds ________ 40c. S.
HANDS CREAM CO. Shoes repaired while you wait. Hand Wood CompanyWood DR. L H. RAMSDEU

Wild West Show, Orlando Fair of All Kinds
Grounds, Thursday, June 3. Admis- OPTOMETRIST
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street sion 25 cents. See the night shirt PROMPT SERVICE ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
race. 5-30-4tc FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
REASONABLE PRICE
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
i Get the news in the Sentinel first.
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BILIOUS drink Elder
* 6-2-Ct Water. Phone Wright, 444.Spring TI KEY TO SLJCCE55 ,_


Mr. J. T. Ihldreth, who has been JIUMONEY" IN* THE j

spending some .time in Orlando, left
yesterday for his home in Brattle- \

_boro, Vt. 44\ (BANK \. ;

t .
N F K Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Veronee were
::
departures for Toledo yesterday over 1Ct8MffiASKANYMAN: :

the Atlantic Coast Line, where they
expect to spend the summer monthsin .- ..>I ie: -

the Ohio city. .
11 \ : I '

IF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring \ --...:::: .
Water. Phone right, 444.62.t '"I

.. ;: ; 1
Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W. \ .

Tilden returned yesterday afternoon ;- t\\ ", : 1
"Do not put off for tomor- from Tampa where they had been to .

". .:' row what you should do to- attend Association.Mr. a meeting. of the Florida Citrus '/ /I ?:

day"-for tomorrow nevercomes .;,
WHO IS
SUCCESSFUL ,
and Mrs. Thomas Benger and

daughter, Miss Emily, were CoastLine HE.EL; TELL YOU y

Doing is the great thing. The man passengers yesterday afternoonfor ...
the North, intending to stop in .
who acts accomplishes. It may be
Asbury Park for an extended sojourn. .
too late if you wait. Why not deposit They expect to return about the middle '

a dollar today and start on the of November. OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

acticve road to prosperitythousands Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account

are traveling happily that way. WHEN Elder YOU Spring SEE Water.WRIGHT When think you of started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit 1

Put aside a little a'week and see how think of Elder Spring Water, see now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

easily, faithfully and steadily your Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf the money. ..;

account grows. Messrs. Grover Williams and Dick We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you .;

Smith, who have spent the past six put in our bank and compound the interest every three '"

THE STATE BANKOF months in Olando, will leave tomor- months. s
row over the Seaboard Air Line for
ORLANDO FLORIDA New York where they will spend the
summer, stopping en route at Rich-
mond and Washington.Mrs. The Peoples National Bank

sJ
P. A. Heiser will leave today "IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
a for Indianapolis, Ind., where she will

:. visit relatives, later going to Boston,
-
- -- Mass., to remain with her daughter,
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONSNEXT MYSTERY OF MURDER OF THE Mrs. A. C. Carpenter, until fall, when
WEEK I BOGGS' :NOW CLEARED she will return to Orlando and occupy

Miami, Fla., June .-County offi- her home, 413 South Orange avenue.
By order of the state superintendent cers yesterday announced receipt of
of education the regular June ex- the information of the arrest at Fort WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of 111111 1111111111111" n "* .. r." ii. 'II"-M-
Water. When
amination of teachers will be held' in Elder Spring you .
Payne, Ala., of James Butler
on a think of Elder Spring Water, see .
the high school building for white charge of killing Adam A. Boggs, and Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf .
teachers, and the building of the col- his daughter, Marjorie, here Novem- .
ored school for Negro teachers, Or- ber 15, 1914. The arrest of Butler is Mr. Donald B. McKay and daughter ..

lando, Fla., beginning Tuesday, June said to have followed an alleged con- Miss Gertrude, will leave today .
8, at 8:30 a. m., and continuing fession of Charles :Mayberry who has for points in Pennsylvania and Illi-
through the week. been held here for some time, charged nois. Mr. McKay will stop in Phila- PACKARD MOTOR CARS
Each applicant, not known to the with being an accessory. Mayberryis delphia to look after business mat- .
county superintendent, will be required alleged to have stated that robberywas ters, while Miss McKay will spend ..
to furnish a certificate of char- the motive of the crime. Mr. the summer in Sterling with relativesand .

acter, and all applicants will be required Boggs was a prominent attorney, and friends. .I
to furnish legal cap or similar he and his daughter lost their lives ..
- paper, pens, ink, etc., and to pay an when the house was destroyed by fire. Mr. G. W. Holmes, a prominent
examination fee of one dollar. banker of Lake county, was among The Best at Any Price
Nice board can be had near the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY the visitors in Orlando yesterday. lie
school building at one dollar per day, was en route to his home in Eustis .
including room and meals. from Tampa where he had been at-
LOST-Nose glasses, with chain, Ask the Man Who Owns One
For further information addressJ. somewhere between Orange and W tending the annual meeting of the k
F. McKINNON, Pine. Reward. 613 West Pine St. Florida Citrus Exchange, with whichhe .
Superintendent Schools, 6-2-3tc is prominently identified. .
'
Orlando, Fla.
WANTED-By a lady position as WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of B
I stenographer, or office work. Address Elder Spring Water. When you
MANY VETERANS TO ATTEND I C. J., care Sentinel. 6-2-3t think of Elder Spring Water, see
REUNION Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf :
SWEET POTATO PLANTS-$1 per i Sold By
1,000. J. A. Hudson, 10V.. Gore Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stagg, together I
An army of gray clad veterans cap- I avenue, 6-2-lt with Mrs. E. C. Bonnell, of 435 Fourth
tured Richmond Monday and will remain -I avenue north, have departed over the
in possession of the capital of FOR SALE-Coca-Cola vending machine Seaboard for Watervliet, Mich., their San Juan Garage Company j
the Confederacy until the end of the Capacity 5 dozen bottles.
first stopping place. Later they expect -
Cost $150. Will sell for $25. Can be
week. The occasion of the
gatheringis seen at Ramki's Bottling Works. Jno. to visit a number of points along
the silver reunion of the .
jubilee S. McCamy. 6-2-6t the great lakes, returning south in
United Confederate Veterans I _
together -
mid-September.-St. Petersburg Inde-
with the annual meetings of num- : WANTED-Furnished rooms for light
pendent.
erous affiliated bodies. The probability housekeeping, or furnished flat.
'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIl'II'.11'111'I IIL III..i
Must be reasonable. Address N., care 'IIIII'II*
that this reunion will be the last Sentinel. 6-2-lt Miss Grace Holt, one of the popuar
of its kind to be held in the city I i ____ teachers in the Orlando grammar ___ ----0

around which many of them fought so WANTED TO EXCHANGE house school, has gone to Jersey City, where :
with the added -1! and lot in Gainesville for real estateof
many years, possibility she will spend the next month or so
that the gathering may be the last ,;dress equal J. value M. Sellers in or,near 618 Orlndo.W. Central Ad- attending the training schools, for THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost I
big one of its kind to be held anywhere !avenue. 6-2-3t which New Jersey is noted. Miss Holtis
has spurred the surviving veterans !I the accomplished daughter of Mr.
t of the armies of Lee and Jack- WIDOW WANTS position as housekeeper and Mrs. Chauncey Holt, 601 Magnolia : persons of wealth select a corpor- -
son and other of the great commanders 1 at once. Will work for avenue. ate executor because they know it insures : :
small wages and pleasant home. Address
i to make every effort to be in at- Box 6, Sentinel, or phone Gi>6. faithful and capable performance of the
tendance. 6-2-6tc Miss Matilde Niles and Lotus Niles, trusts they create. _
children of Mr. and Mrs. Garibaldi -
Niles Whether the estate be large or of mod- : A'f .
r iMiiiMiiimiitiiiiiiiiValuable are expected home shortly from
the interior of the state where they erate size, it is to the interest of both
have been attending school. Miss: yourself and heirs to name this Companyas f
r.f Niles has been a student at Holy executor and Trustee.

f Name academy in San Antonio, and The Records of our Trusts are convinc-
Mr. Niles has been attending St. Leo ing evidence of the community's confi-
college at St. Leo. Both young people dence in our capabilities.
Diamond Lost I are at present visiting relatives inOrlando.
t t I .-Miami Metropolis. WHY THE TRUST COMPANY:

I Guests registering at the San Juan Because of the necessity for efficient 1 T4

yesterday included Leo1.. Good, banking organizations to care for the fiduciary -

' How often this in the i Washington, D. C.; Edward Dimmick, business, the Trust Company has developed -
appears newspapers, the result -
in half a century, the highest type
f Atlanta; G. R. Champlain F. W Cook ;
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry of banking institution.
A. R. Haile, T. B. Dean, M. Smith, i
I r by having it examined at our store at least once every Jacksonville; W. M. Stolz, Missouri; Primarily chartered to handle trusts,

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds Mrs. Eva :Mane: :Miller Asheville. the Trust Companies of the United States
l of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing E. Rutledge, C. :M.: Ebbets, Baltimore; have developed such efficiency that not one
! in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's Leslie Alonzo, Ted E. Lyman, C. W cent of trust funds committed to their
{ profit. A trial will convinec you.T. Huggins, II. B. Hutchinson, R. E. care have been lost through failures. rtOrlallilo
Ferris, Jack Stollenwreck, W. II. Ling,
Have you investigated the service of
E Tampa; R. E. Waterman, Winter Gar-
this institution,
:den: II. L. Girtman, Philadelphia; F
D. Gonzalez Sanford; F. L. McSweeney -

t .! New York; H. L. Lewis, .St I
H. EVANS Louis; J. A. Marsh, N. C.; J. A.

r:". Wideman EDITOR,RETURNS DeLand. TO LAKELAND n Bank & Trnst t C Coffipally j

JEWELER;
, Yesterday afternoon Mr. Bryan ORLANDO FLORIDA :
Wilson, son of the editor of the Flor- j ,

! ida Christian Advocate, who has been Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three
visiting at the home of Dr. J. B. Ley I Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
for the last two weeks returned to I
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