The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00275
 Material Information
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 3, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00275
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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i Committee Reports Time Is In-

Enter the Conflict-Late Indicates That Results Mexico: sufficient to Gather Information -

OF U.C.V. PRIZES -Matter Will
., Developments in the Ger- Should Now Re Obtainedin Be DroppedBy TAFIKAFORMER

man Situation. a Very Short _

The Sentinel Bureau. PRESIDENT ADDRESSES -
BULLETIN: Washington, June 2.-President Tallahassee Fla., June 2 LETTER TO
ROME, JUNE 2.-TIIE ITALIAN ERTSON OF TEXAS'STONEWALl'jMSON Wilson's note to the leaders of the THIS AUTUMN: The joint committee of the legislature -
TROOPS HAVE CAPTURED STO- warring factions in Mexico, which was consisting of Senators Calkins

RO, IN TRENTINO. HONOREDSons sent early today, has caused consider- MEETING OF LEAGUE YESTERDAY and Donegan and Representatives
able discussion already among the of- Bussey, Cook and Turnbull, appointed
, Storo is an important city in the ficials to the effect that the one man to make an investigation into the af-

above named province, and will serve of Veterans Elect W. N. who would fill the requirements of Interesting Reports of CommitteesEducath'e fairs of the state board of health for
the Italians ,as a valuable base in an the administration and bring order seeralears up to 1915, reported to- Wishes the Present War Were
offensive movement. Brandon, of Little Rock, out of chaos in Mexico is General Fe- Health day in both houses that due to the Prompted by as Moral an
Ark., as Their Com- 'lipe Angeles.The Program WasRendered lack of time they would not be able to
Issue as the Civil
Bulgaria and Roumania Ready manderinChiefRichmond president however, does not summon witnesses and make a detailed -
for. War disclose either the persons or the plan report of the workings of the War

London, June 2.The addition of Va., June .-With the he has in mind in case the suggestionshe For several minutes yesterday state board of health before the ad-
Bulgarian and Roumania to the ranksof selection of Birmingham, Alabama, has made are not carried out by clouds of spirited yet pleasant dis- journment. Since Dr. Byrd has madea I. Taft, Fla. June Memorial services -

the allies is indicated by a Bucha- for the 1916 reunion, and the reelection Mexican leaders He indicates that sension hovered over the regular public statement that he knew nothing were held here on Monday, May

rest dispatch to Paris, saying Bulga- of General Bennett H. Young, of results should be accomplished withina monthly meeting of the Civic Leagueat of the proposed investigation un- 31! which were very entertaining. TheWomen's

ria has obtained territorial grants Louisville, Kentucky, as commander- very short time. Graycroft, the pretty home of Mrs. II he read the reports of the press on Relief Corps served a bountiful -
from Roumania and is about to con- in-chief, the business session of the Secretary Bryan declined to com- T. Picton Warlow, on America street. the: subject and reports in Tallahassee dinner to the veterans and all
clude similar negotiations with Rus- twenty-fifth annual reunion of the ment on the president's note. He said For the other two hours of the meeting are to the effect that Dr. Byrd"urnished who were to take part in the exer-

sal Under this plan it is said fRou Unite Confederate Veterans came to copies of the note had been sent to all harmony prevailed. Interesting the information that started cises, in the hall at the Nelson House,

mania will go to war against Austria an end this evening. Mexican leaders. The hope of the ad- reports of the various committees the investigation it is likely that the after which a line was formed by the

and Bulgaria against Turkey. Because of a downpour of rain all ministration is that a man or groupof were given and a most pleasing and mater is ended. Every member of the veterans, school children, Women's
Roumania aspires to possession of day all outdoor festivities proposedhad men within the meaning of the educational "health" program was state board of health courted an investigation Relief Corps and others and marchedto

Transylvania, and the Austrian gov to be omitted and will be intermingled president's message will be found to rendered. as they stated there was the chapel, which was elaborately
ernment is reported to have decided with tomorrow's program, get the popular elements in Mexico The "dissension" was over the nothing in their transactions to con- decorated with flags, bunting and
her demands. together.The ceal from the public.BASEBALL i flowers for the occasion, where an interesting -
against granting Tur- which includes a mammoth parade amount of the prize money that is tobe I
key already has made preparations at and the laying of the corner stone of sugegstion that Angeles was awarded this autumn in the "Best program was presented, in
Adrianople and elsewhere south of an equestrian monument to General the one man the administration has i in Kept Grounds" contest, which will be RESULTS part by the G. A. R. ritual service,

the Bulgarian border for possible in T. J. (Stonewall Jackson. mind of the great task came from a under the auspices of the league. lacing flowers on a monument in

vasion. General Young was re-elected over high authority. Angeles' qualifications Mrs. Westcott chairman of the civic South Atlantic League honor of our dead by the commanderand

Rumors are rife that Roumania is I It General Felix H. Robertson, of Texas were discussed today in high cir- art committee, gave her report, and ina Colnmbia 8, Savannah 1. the school children.

mobilizing 1,000,000 men. by a vote of 1,166 to 584. cles. general way sketched the outlines of Jacksonville 2, Columbus LMacon Remarks and recitations by the chil-
The United Sons of Confederate It is stated that although Angelesis the proposed contest. For several ::\ 2, Albany' 2. dren and others, interspersed with

Both Enter War Simultaneously Veterans today elected W. N. Brandon just now aligned with the Villa minutes there was a deviation from Charleston 4, Augusta 3. splendid music by the choir and closing -
of Little Rock Arkansas faction, he has innumerable friendsamong the contest line of thought and then with an eloquent address by the
Paris, June 2.-Bulgaria and Rou- as their Southern League .
commander-ir.-chief he 222 all the factions, and he is Mrs. Westcott arose and asked that Rev. R. J. Brewer, and singing "My
mania have arrived at a complete un receiving Chattanooga 3-3, New Orleans 2-1. "
derstanding, according to a Bucharest votes as against 104 for Garland P. unique in this regard. lie stands for some action be taken by the league in Nashville 12, Atlanta 2. Country 'Tis of Thee. After this

dispatch to the Petit Parisien Rou Peed, of Norfolk, Virginia. By the the best things under the old regimeand authorizing an expenditure of $130 in Little Rock 4, Birmingham 3. everybody was invited to march backto
is a graduate of acad the hall for supper as the W. R. C.
mania having agreed to cede territoryin withdrawal of Mr. Peed's name the a military cash prizes. No others scheduled.
Dobrudja. The two countries will election of Brandon was made unani- emy in Mexico, and above all he hasne'Ver Mrs. Mann made a motion that the I I National League had such an amount of eatables that
been charged with violatoinof they did not know what to do with
enter the war simultaneously, the dispatch mous. international rights any league grant the amount asked by Boston 5, New York 5; ten innings, them. Where each one did their partso
or an Mrs. Westcott. There
Roumania against Austria oppres- was a discus- darkness.
says Southern Women Ask Prayers for sion of corporations or individuals in sion of the motion. Several members perfectly it would be diffiffcult to
and Bulgaria against Turkey. The
Brooklyn 7-4,
Philadelphia 2-3.
Peace in U. S. the cities he has occupied during the suggested that merchants donate specify any one particular.A .
staffs of the two
army powers are St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4.
Richmond, Va.. June Veterans revolution. letter from our namesake ex-
said to be busy co-ordinating military prizes such as lawn mowers and other -
plans. of the Confederacy on the second dayof Other men like Gamboa, a memberof goods; it was also suggested that Pittsburgh-Chicago rain. President Wm. 11. Taft, was read

Negotiations between Roumaniaand i their 25th annual reunion, awoke the Madero family, and the Diaz bulbs, seeds and plants be used as American League mica follows; :

r Rusia over the lines of the Pruth after a night of cold, drenching rain family, and many other clans in Mexico prizes;, and another member declared New York 1, Boston 7. New Haven Conn.,

v and of Banat are said to be virtually. that reminded them of the days of have been considered, but apparently that $130 was too much to give for Chicago 1, Detroit 4. May llth, 1915.;
complete. If Russia accepts Rouma- war time. Notwithstanding the down- have been disposed of in favor prizes, as the treasury only showed a Cleveland 0, St. Louis 4; six innings My dear Adjutant Tompkins:

nia's proposals the latter country is pour, the thousands of old soldiers at of Angeles. balance of $233.03. rain. I have your letter of May 5th. 1

declared to be ready to begin hostili Camp Henry S. Stuart were well 1 Most of the officials think that "Cash will appeal to most of the Philadelphia-Washington rain did not know what honor had been

ties without delay. cared for and reports of medical offi- there is little chance of Villa and Car- contestants, whereas other kinds of Federal League done me in the naming of your Town

cers wer that the enthusiasm of the ranza getting together and the ultimate prizes will nbt," emphatically averred Newark 3, Baltimore 2. and G. A. R. Post after me. I have

Work reunionists had not been dampened by solution will be a man or groupof another woman, and another member Chicago 1, St. Louis 2. heard of the growth of Florida-indeed
Queer by Bryan I the storm and that their health had men whom the people will stand said the ways and means committee Kansas City 4, Pittsburgh 0. I saw it on my last visit there-

Washington, June Secretary o f: not been impaired. for. The message of the presidentseems should raise the balance in the treasury Buffalo-Brooklyn' wet grounds. and I can readily understand how and

State Bryan late this afternoon mad : Prayers for peace of the world' were to commit him to active moral and then the vote was taken. An why your Town has expanded. I am

the admission that four affidavits again a feature when the convention support of such a man or set of men. oral vote was not sufficient in the DEATH OF :MR.: OMER DORAN glad you hate a GA.. R. Post and

stating that the Lusitania was armed I opened today and will be repeated at opinion of the president, Mrs. John T. that you are going to celebrate Memorial -

had been received by the department. each session until the close. This was THURSDAY IIALF HOLIDAYS I Fuller, and a standing vote was or- Mrs. Elijah Hand left Orlando yesterday Day. These traditions of the past

Early today Secretary Bryan denie determined upon as the result of a START TODAY dered. At least twenty women voted afternoon over the Atlantic which develop and keep alive the spirit -

that the affidavits had been received. petition sent to Acting Commander in I yea by standing, two signified their Coast Line en route to Shelbyville. of patriotism we can not afford to
Secretary Bryan's later admission Chief Harrison by a company of The first Thursday half holiday disapproval by standing, and the re- Ind., where she was called on accountof lose. The present 2war in Europe
that the affidavits had been received Southern women, who wrote: comes today and Orlando is celebrat- maining ten or fifteen women re- the death of her brother, Mr. Omer doubtless revives your memories oft
by the department followed the visit "It seems to us that prayers for ing the event in earnest. The clerks mained seated not voting. The mo- Doran which occurred in that city a our war. I wish I could think that the

of the German ambassador to the peace coming in the midst of the bus- and tradespeople who have been con- tion was carried. The contest provisions an early hour yesterday morning.Mr. coming on of that war was promptedby
White House, where it is understood iness of the session would recall to fined at their tasks heretofore will follow in the notice upb- Doran has spent several win- as moral an issue as the one that

Count Von Bernstorff talked with the the men the blessings of peace our 'I' have Thursday afternoon off and will lished below which was submitted by ters in Orlando and has many friends stirred our country. .The legend is

president and referred to the affida- own country enjoys; that it would bea thus be able to get a little much need- :Mrs.:\ Westcott, chairman of the civic here who will regret to hear of his de that Ponce de Leon went to Florida
vits as a justification for the German great help to all who hear it and ed recreation. The banks, and many art committee. mise. Mr. Doran, wife and daughter with the idea of finding the fountainof

request that there be an investigationinto would be an inspiration to those in :|( of the leading stores will close for the "The art committee desires to inform Miss Carlie spent the past season perpetual youth. .1 sincerely hopes
the facts concerning the Lusita- other sections of the country who afternoon and will continue to close the public that prizes ranging here and he had just reached hi that you survivors of the Grand Army

nia before a decision be made on the< might read it." ( on Thursday afternoons throughout from five to ten dollars will be awarded home when the final summons came. hate found that fountain and that it
demands of this government. More than five thousand 1 the months. He 45 is somewhere near the Town of Taft.
wearers of summer to the persons both white and col- was years old and the imme-
President Wilson, it is understood, the gray now are registered at the I The Country Club is enjoying a ored, who enter the 'Best Kept diate cause of his death was tubercu Sincerely yours,
was surprised: by the Bernstorff statement camp ground where a fireworks dis- I golf tournament today and no doubt Grounds' contest. losis. WM. II. TAFT.
that such affidavits were before play with a reproduction of the battleof the grounds will be crowded with "There will be $130 in prizes, thirty Adjutant C. A. Tompkins.

the state department. the Crater will be produced to- i| players and spectators especially dur- dollars of which will be awarded The Ingersoll Watch at $1 is fully Post No. 37 G. A. It..
Presumably after the departure of night. Because of the inclemency of i I ing the afternoon when the holiday to the colored residents. The prizes I guaranteed to give you correct time. Taft, Florida.TO .

the ambassador from the White the weather unusual precautions were i crowd seeks relief from the dull mo- will be awarded some time during the ,Curtis & O'Neal.
House, President Wilson made an inquiry taken to protect the aged visitors. |jnotony of life by chasing the elusive winter. The conditions are, that con- VISIT EXPOSITION

at the state department and this i golf ball around the course until it testants must oversee or do their own I- . * .
led to the location of the affidavit. .
i : : j I seeks relief from such persecution by] gardening. THIS CHECK IS FOR $63,000,000: Mr. and Mrs. John S. King and son,
and then Bryan admission.It I I
came "YOU NEVER MISS THE hiding away in some unseen covert of "The general condition of the exterior i. Master I Steve, will leave today for

is believed the modifications developments to- -. SUNShINE" ETC. grass. of the house and grounds will ; New York June 2.-.\ check I|New York city where they will spenda
to and .
day point clearly
i The picture shows are giving the I count in points, and the committee i. for $63,000,000; regarded by New | week or two and then start on an
in the intention
important changes of .
Probably no one in Orlando usual good programs and a trip to the I suggests that some attention be paid I York bankers as the largest ever :extended trip west. They will be absent -
the president as reported to send I
realized until yesterday afternoon :i movies will wind up your enjoyment: j i to harmony of color, in other words, !;: drawn in this country was on de- ,j from Orlando for about three
substantially an ultimatum to Germany what a boon gas is to civilization : of the first half holiday in fine I that :months, and while
I' shape each contestant confine the flowers | s posit to the credit of the Pennsjl-I away will visit the
., in reply to her recent note. and mankind generally. It was and send you home ready for a good! I used to some one color. It is also vania Railroad company in a local Panama-Pacific exposition at San

Revelations of the past twelve just another of those little instances i, night's sleep. understood that all persons who already -|i bank today. It was drawn by ;i< Francisco. Mr. King has a brother
hours that has fur- I'
Germany i
where !
"You never miss I have large and handsomely'kept s Kuhn Loeb & Company yesterday ;i residing in Oakland, CaL, and will
nished the state department affidavits the sunshine until the shadows j E.MPIE, WITNESS IN CRIMINAL !also him .
lawns and grounds are ineligible in payment for general mort- pay a visit while in the Golden -
of farts those which S I. '
on fall. The temporary cutting off COURT I
for of the State.
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the president framed his s | any prizes. II |I. gage 4 1-22! per cent. bonds issued
previousnote. S of the gas supply while repairs .* :Mr.: Guy Empie was up from Tampa I ",\U persons who enter the contest by the railroad company and sold -

were made at the plant only yesterday greeting his many friends. wil! please! send their names to any s on public subscription after being s WATCH FOR SUNDAY SENTINEL;

served to bring home to a busy ;, Mr. Empie, who is manager of the of the following committee, none of underwritten by a syndicate of i The Sunday Sentinel will consist of

THE WEATHER populace the fact that gas is one Western Union Telegraph company in whom are contestants: s bankers. It was deposited by officials sixteen pages. One of the 8-page sections -
of the
Florida greatest blessings of the that city, was called to Orlando as a ":\Irs. C. P. Dow Mrs. Louis Dolive, of the Pennsylvania in the will be devoted to a feature of
: Fair and Friday twentieth
Thursday - -century.- - . witness in a case which was on trial i Mrs. Edw. G. Hauselt Miss Kilmer, bank on which it was drawn. unusual interest. Watch for it and
\\i the criminal . .
: court. Continued S. 5 i .
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kI LINOTYPE WAS A GREAT INVENTION habitations under the polar circle' and CONSTANTINOPLE: SAID TO BE I'I

t they band the earth along the equa- I IX STATE OF PANIC

i To the younger newspaper men off tor.The typesetting machine which Edison I Athens.-Latest advices reaching j

the United States the batteries of has called one of the ten wondersof here from Constantinople say the bat- j

typesetting machines in all the composing the world, has done a great deal tie cruiser Sultan Scum' formerly the

rooms are inseparable and natural more than to set two lines of type Goeben, virtually has been disman- :
f parts of the institutions. They where only one grew before. It has I 1;r tled. : Announcement! i.

could not very well vision a newspa- so increased the feasibility of print- Recent developments at the Darda- !' ,

I. per produced without them. Even ing and publishing that today there nelles are described as having cast a !
publishers who print double sheet are scores (more probably hundreds) gloom over the Turkish capital, where'

l newspapers in country towns that of newspapers that owing to local a strong current of opinion in favor '

r have less than a thousand inhabitants conditions could not possibly have of opening the straits and negotiating -

no longer calculate to do their compo- been started without it and could not for peace has set in.
t sition by hand. exist without itIt has made possible During the recent British subma-

i" Yet up to about thirty years ago the erection of hundreds of job I rine raid in the sea Marmora and

newspaper was set by hand. It offices and independent printing off Constantinople, there was a condition -
is every difficult to believe now that from p'iants in places that before its advent I of panic in the city. The people I wish to announce to my friends and

the the first was pub- would never have learned to use shouted that the Russians were com-
day newspaper
:F lished until less than a third of a cen- print. I ing and vessels hastily were with- customers that after June 1st my store

tury ago men had been content to Thus: it has proved itself to be that drawn to the far end of the Golden

struggle with hand set type to produce ideal form of labor saving machinery i Horn. Troops on board transportswere will be located
whose advent has saved from i disembarked and
f this one thing that depended so men some guns
completely on swiftness of issue. In dmd-.ery and has increased the demand were fired at the submarine. .

r every other department the newspapers for workers by increasing the ---
t had become highly modernized, demand for their product and by mak- :NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR

and they continued constantly and ea- ing the manufacture of that product FINAL DISCHARGE 9 W. CHURCH ST.Do .

gerly to seize every new means for possible an"Where-in the middle of
In Court of the County Judge, Stateof
the jungle, if desired. It contains the
news gathering and news publication.As Florida, Orange County-In re
fast as got" >d roads were built they whole composing room within itself. Estate of J. A. Kirkwood.
As Notice is hereby given to all whomit
pony NEW STUDY OF n.TELJI may concern, that on the 23rd day that the fair
soon as steam came in they utilized of September, A. D. 1915 I shall amply not forget same dealingsand
the locomotive and devised the special LEAVES to the Honorable
train. judge of said court, as Wm.lartin'I'' high grade service that has characterized -
ate, for my final discharge as '
They chartered steamships. They Washington, D. C. In connectionwith istrator of the estate of J. A.admin-I'::
developed the telegraph. They improved the importation of date palms wood, deceased; and that at the same I my business in the past will be con-
the presses. But the type was time I will present my final accounts '
into this country, the department of administrator of said estate and
as :
of the civil
set by hand. The news tinued in It will
agriculture! has just published a pro- ask for their appro..al.Dated my new quarters. pay
war was set by hand as the news of March 23. A. D. 1915.J. .
fessional Bulletin No. 22:;
the Napoleonic wars had been The paper B. WALKER, Adminstrator.
from this
great fire of Chicago was described in which describes in detail the structureof 3-2-f-Gmo you to buy drugs store.
the leaves of the date palm and the
type set by hand. The stories of Pres-
manner in which these can be used to
ident Garfidd's' assassination and
distinguish between the various culti- USE
death were set by hand.
vated varieties. The possibilities of
The world had waited a long timeto
date palm culture in the United
be relieved from the drudgery of Courteous Prompt
States, especially in Arizona and Cal- E-CO -
type. For 432 years after Gutenberg
ifornia, have not been definitely de
printed the first book with movable
termined. The new bulletin, there
type there was no improvement in Dependable
fore, will' be of interest to date grow-
the mechanics of composition. The .
ers in the country in aiding them to I INSECTICIDEin ;
process of typefounding was improved ...
determine what varieties seem best
printing methods were improved I' .A
and around
adapted to American conditions. your
men improved and became kill '1v .
skillful but the work
constantly more ; i
of setting type remained the same. TO EXCHANGE MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, :f:t..

From cases containing innumerable High class property ell developed, MOTHS. MITES, ANTS AND :

separate types the printer's hand ex- at Pine Castle, for stock of goods. OTHER INSECTSGECO I..
tracted letter by letter the type he Pine Castle Realty Co. 5-30-6tc L.L
is stainless 1 liquid used witha
variteJ and assembled it letter let-
by NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR. FOR FINAL spray and guaranteed to do the I Store
ter to compose the sentences and par- DISCHARGE work. Don't set up and fight mos CityJ. Drug
agraphs.The quitoes all night. Spray your room :
In Court of County Judtre. Orange County. with GE-CO and .
to Have
speed that men achieved in do- State of florida-In re Estate of Isaac O. go
Barber. your Groceryman get it for yo.u. Or '
ing this insufferably tedious labor was Notice is hereby given. to all Whom it may direct if he will not supply you. Put L. DEAN Orlando Fla.
remarkable. The accuracy that they concern, that on the 22nd day of November.A. up by the Prop. ,
D. 19}3, I shall apply to the Honorable
maintained through hours of such mo- Wm. Martin. Judge of said Court as Judgeof PA ORLANDO '
Probate, for final Admin f '
my discharge as B
notonous and harassing toil was phe istratrix of the estate of Isaac O. Darker and : G S U. UU. FLORIDA' '
nomenal. The excellence of composi- that at the Rams: time I will present to said I .t .
Court my final accounts as Administratrixof r
Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341
tion that they accomplished was said estate and ask for their approval. !
But all these Dated :May 21. A. D. 1915.ELIZABE Use REX BRAND Sweeping Compound '
great. perfections were h! J. CUSWORTH. " "I"'I'I'IIIIIIIIII
reached by the unremitting fight of ;-27-lamo-60; Administratrix. and keep down the dust.

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ing mechanical antagonism.There MiMIOif MttitHlilllltlMMMtHltliMMM IIIIMi .

the full are prosecution many compositors of their profession still in Bead The Sentinel! I WE DELIVER THE GOODS

who worked at it when the sole Sunday

.. equipment of any and every compos- Orlando and eServiceHarleyDavidson j
Delivery e |
of ing type room cases.in the world was the array I I i

What a difference today! The TruckFOR *

news of the great war is being set by
machine in the language of every nation I QUICK SERVICE .
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that is taking part in it or is ; ;nS
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p" -' \ ,/ ; :
interested. The typesetting machineof :- '" 'i..(. .tr :-: i'
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American invention and American 1Pi2 1\' r r w%
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    development today is composing the I 3 i: {iy.I
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    newspapers in English, French, Ger- ,.... }:'fi.- .. r z j. >y : !t* "--- v"ftfeJWi "
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    man, Russian, Arabic, Hungarian, nO-I :L ."' t.II"'k 5SJ3:'it* ,--*; __,>.,rjXi t7T'jc.'s- == 'I..t.. __, ? ."',! : Good and Cigar f fOF
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    hemian, Slavic, Slovak, Ruthenian. t-_ } 4.r ...rl { ? t,.". I_M 1'l& 91 e-" -fiMtosgsessiMake
    Lithuanian and Polish.It '. _' .', -Jai._ ",.";3J '. . . . "
    is the neutral nations the i., 1 f' :**!- '* 5 ?? W ;'* I.._
    telling {; ji:1J
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    p u
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    news in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, 'S"f '

    Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, l11.3J"' ;: JWt1t\ >>
    Dutch, Greek and Bulgarian. It is / \ ) :" : '1 \ 'tfj' The aJ'ket

    composing today in

    Welsh, Hebrew and Yiddish. Your Florida Home Beautiful } I Nr CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
    There is no continent in which it is I ) tj' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

    not working. Its product greets the FRESH AND SALT MEATS

    traveler in every, city of the United Value the best conditions.
    : Increasing Ca&fort and Cash Kept under sanitary
    States, in Africa, at the headwatersof ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept frees
    the Amazon, in Singapore, in New -
    Mr. and Mrs. Old and the children motored throu florid; Q,5J and
    Zealand, and in the West and East In- ::: last fall in search of -: pure.
    dies. They clack at the limit of man's :I a ready-made property. )fr. OM: 11:1'1: 1 in mina! a pHre with ho.iuliril strrt un lin and _._ ""- I We Unite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

    out-of-door. attractions.. Mrs. Oltl.wa:1tci. a comfortable: home, with: spac". '>us prj'._ i:!o ," "! everything in the Meat Line.
    .; where she could' spend the s."-, tri' amid the tr,.... vii's, plants and flowers. The '; |
    Old children wanted a Florida home that hut the shade: and lv'a-ity of t' -..;r former one ff ;. ..:** IT :HVdC. Self s Go.

    ARCADEMILK :::; m:: at the North. The Oltls l looked at several pipT: -s \vith i woa; panhel.; houses, .hut' ( ; there was always sons t.I.I..1" *'i l.i/j: it (.: i'*, /.. .. .. > .-.. .,--.\- s t : o pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

    ;: :. ::::4 l places sarrouatljJ by charming lake, river and woodland: scenery, but the appealing V'i.. .''_ -

    I .J .. '.. touch in home ana grounds w..s missing. Finally they came to a well planned house W.r : ,\
    .r : located in laid out with beautiful walk and decorated with } ,
    .: : grounds ; ? shady! }pahis: and : : y
    ( .. other trees, and gn ups of Ho.verin. plants busies! and! vines. They paid twentyfiveper f.
    :: ). cent more for this property because it had i bv en in tie autiful and attractive than -.- : I

    DEPOTBUTTER "1. that at which they were o F red another just as good but n >t so improved by planting. ..ri"J I Iy

    e-4: : ?- Plant Your Groimis During; Warm\ Weather, .. : I I If EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

    ,...} There are lots of people like the O 1 Is who a-:? looking for attractive Florida places, .' I
    MILK :: .':, but there are very few }horns f'>r > let' .: it h i',,' t'ie l rig'.t s.>rt of s"ttin;. It is a very I
    .j':: .... simple and inexpensive p'an! to a:M hua.ire.l is of d.>lars! t j the value of your place j

    Fresh Every Da)'. ':""t through the expenditure of a f,*v dollars for tre-<. palms an I {p'ta' ,.". Tli3: i investment: "!;'''' Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne

    ::,*:.. :; will pay big In cotnfort as lI1 as you ().\-:1 til? Ii'..LCZ a id iu c i \v-iea you waut to sell. t ',': !
    5c. per glass There i is a large group of nursery stock Hut! i is s.l tahh for war.u weather planting. **. .*? I

    25c. per gallon Plants establish themselves more quickly uurin.; t'l e su.amT than ia winter months E EIr. './II I with plenty of Foliageand

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    CREAM AND MILK -t' Use Trees from Royal Palm Nurseries t.,t:..:V.".",'.;:.jf j!i Trees.

    BUTTER Royal Palm Nurseries have a full as>+)rtuzIt of trees and plant peelall.: : .: adapte '. i iii r

    Fresh Homemade ii:; to Florida which may be- p :t o'it during the warm weather.: Th roomy acres devote 1 L..j ; Price $2000.00
    ::. to these nurseries at On '; '. : 1 the la-i.l of Mn lase, c.:1t.tin n: t>:l llr-s va'iity: of planting ?

    SANDWICHES "'- material from-wil'l' I to select tint n- ':lt ll 11 make yo-ir home nod' pround? 11: :

    eautifil and val.;'.lh. '. Custome.-s: are furnisu\l! with neclfic; informitioa: ,

    PIES AND CAKES ,4ry t about varieties and planting pth ) l Is w:lich i is of g- it vale Decide / i .

    P%REAShafR to beautify your place; write n.>%v Cur the Royal Palm Xurerae3lr"Oj"'cp.' = ,\,
    +hri PRFO HERyv catalog and see how much you can: da on a very small outlay. '4r L.? 1H.i ": !,i C. A. HOVEY

    l r ARCADE MilK DEPOT 1lr Reasoner Brothers, flog! Pain Nurseries \ ,\ Ij\ .f'
    270 !f"h. t
    o ,rrr+ J; Benedict Avenue:, Oneco: Florida

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    .. 2nd. at 9 o'clock. Store will ,, .

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    June 1st, to prepare for this remarkable Sale.

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    opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last 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

    :t'". very best new goods of this season, which we have to move out and move now. The Big Store must

    ;t turn its stock every season and lhileve have had a good season, we still have lots too much on hand

    Ii now. To do the business we do our assortment has to be big and we naturally have to have a let left, so

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

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    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 Headwear -
    assortment of in the newest
    South Florida. great big bargains delight the heart of the lady of the house, for she can get
    of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the
    marvel of completeness for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT is well stocked in all of kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves
    Collars, Ties, Uuderwear, The Famous KuppenheimerLine the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Dra- .
    of in Woolens, Palm Beaches
    Clothing Mohair
    and peries, Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and every-
    Suits. In fact,everything for a man to wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to
    thing else you can think of in large variety. This entire j
    OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
    things to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers, Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at sav-
    had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. ings that are wonderful.



    CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
    STARTLING SILK PRICES high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new
    shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________$1.19 ONE LOT SILKS, consits Messeline: Foul- ;
    ; ; SILK POPLINS, full wide wide in black and fancy ards,. Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth -
    colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price ___________S9c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June up
    BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 -
    saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38 Sale ----------------------------______
    finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price
    --------- CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially priced
    CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, for this sale: 1
    black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________;3Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
    quality, June Sale Price ------------------__$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________Sic and fancy weaves, large line of colors to J
    CREPE METIORS 40 inches :
    shimmering silk with a high, a radium beautifulsoft fin- $1.25; quality, June Sale Price _________________93c; select from, worth regular Goc: and 75c, i
    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 ----____2.3c;
    quality, June Sale Price ----------------____$1.69 shades, 50c. quality __________________________42c 1 1I
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    + i IE DAILY I LETTER FROM FORMER CIVIC LEAGUE TO GIVE $130 IN appointed to arrive at a decision and I

    South Florida Sentinel lnESIDETAFT.. PRIZES award the $1 prize to the winner.
    On page 1 today's Sentinel is a let- "
    "Made in Orlando, "Let Us Help
    MORNING AND WEEKLY ter written by former President W. II.

    c.: 1:. GLENN ..............?......Editor Taft to C. A. of (Continued from page 1) "We Live to Uplift," "Cleanliness, I
    Adjutant Tompkins
    W. ....Bothies. Manager
    Miss Starbuck and Mrs. C. G. West- "
    Health and Beauty, and "Awake to
    Post No. 37, G. A. R., at Taft, one of

    Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida Orange county's prosperous towns. cott, chairman." the City's Welfare," were some of the 4
    .. Second Clan Mail Matter. The reports of the various commit- I It
    lie rejoices that memorial day was mottoes received.
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES tees were heard first. The treasurer
    observed at Taft and alludes pointedlyto
    Daily 1 Year ........................ 55.00 reported a balance of $233.03 in the Mrs. Bourne, chairman of the improvement -
    Daily 6 Months .........u........... oliO the European war in these words: stated that the
    Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 "The in doubtless treasury.The ,
    Daily 1 Month ....................... 60 present war Europe corresponding secretary said Orlando opera house would be repainted -
    revives memories of our I
    Weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 your war. she had written a letter to the Annie and improved. This was good
    wish I could think that the coming on
    ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. ad- news, and called for agreeable discus-
    ADVANCETO of that war was prompted by as moralan
    vocating the removal of the Confed-
    issue the that stirred sion.Then
    as one our
    ADVERTISERS: erate monument at the corner of Main came the most interesting and

    Opr f.r display and all other hand-set country. street and Central avenue to Eola highly educative program concerning-
    In words the former
    advertising must be handen in at the eu..inss so many presi- health. The were
    Reasons for the removalwere public papers
    park. given
    office of Jbe. Sentinel! not l later than 2 p. m. dent of the United States condemnsthe
    the*baT before pohlkation. This i rule appliea that the monument was a men- lengthy and ably prepared. No wordsor
    to chances for contract advertising; it i. present horrible struggle in distracted -
    minced and they
    to traffic and that Eola language were
    biTaria le and will be strictly adhered to. and bleeding Europe. His utterances ace park nowa i
    civic center, would be greatly beau- : were most emphatic.Mrs. .
    Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&continaed on the present war from the
    the "What
    tified by the monument.The Sperry, on subject
    should notify the office in writing on first have been notable and in distinct
    the date of expiration otherwise it will be membership has been increasedby j I the City Is Doing for Public Health,"
    continued at the regular subscription rates, contradiction to the fiery remarks of
    read the texts of six recent health or-
    until notice to stop is received nine members.The .
    Telephone I Numb-r ............"......... 24 former President Roosevelt. Taft is educational committee chair- dinances passed by the city council. 4c
    honored to bear his name. __ '1'IJ.E'!
    man, Mrs. Gedge, said it had been "Tuberculosis and What the Fed-
    THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1515.; The former president is not with- -
    suggested that a savings bank eration Is Doing in Regard to It" was ,, ll-g -
    out some humor in the letter. lie system =:=
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    be introduced in the Mrs. subject.
    "The sweet girl graduate" may bea adds: and I can readily under- public :
    American schools. Such a system, she said, "The Fly and Its Relation to PublicHealth" wPrf ;;.
    joke, but the average man stand how and why :your town has Mrs. Ensign Q
    discussed by -
    would have a tendency to make the was
    can take a joke. expanded. Named after such a pon- .\
    young boys and girls save their pen- ;: and the keynote of her paper :
    o derous personage as himself, Taft is I "
    nies. She stated that the ordinancefor was to screen and use every effort to
    The man who marries a woman desti">ed to increase in size, and the '
    medical for kill the flies. '
    inspection public -v-
    with an independent fortune also getsan allusion is quite obvious.
    independent wife. schools had been passed by the city I Mrs. Edward's paper dealt with
    o council. j"Hookworm, Treatment and Preven
    -o XOT SUCCESSFUL.Though .
    the life of Mrs. Beeman, for the charity com- tion." WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE
    One reason average a you may be able to draw I
    mittee, called attention to the meet- I i"Modern Ideas as to Home Sanitation" -
    chicken is not very long is because your check for millions, if you are I THAT OUR
    was ably presented in a lengthypaper
    ing of the Associated Charities set
    they over little things-such as not master of
    worry yourself, you are not
    for Monday night at the San Juan by Mrs. Sanford. She declared
    mites. succesful. You may control thousandsof
    hotel. Every Civic League memberwas that Florida's greatest problems were
    o employes, but if you can not control
    urged to be present. concerned with pellagra, tracona, bubonic ANNUALSPRING
    They say every cloud has a silver yourself, if you are slave to pas- .
    Mrs. Woodruff for the plague, typhoid and hookworm.She
    but in it is public improvement -
    lining, some cases just as sions or appetites, you have failed.
    well not to rub the silver too vigor- You are not successful if you chafe committee, stated that the urged pure water, fresh air and AND SUMMERCLEARANCE 1
    sunshine in all cases, and for all classes. -
    vacant lot east of the Cook Automobile -
    ously.It and fret if discontented and
    you are
    Company's building would be improved She declared that the city should
    o unhappy and of
    out harmony with
    tomorrow. The corners will have an incineration plant; that all
    is said that a moonshiner in one your environment.
    be graded and a fence will be east housewives should sun mattresses,
    of the counties in West Florida has If your voca'ior: rbsorbs all your
    then keep the refrigerator scalded and
    and south the lot.
    installed a periscope on top of one of energies, leavimr 1"tJ1nat: the close
    Mrs. Woodruffff of clean, cover everything,
    gave report
    his stills. of
    each day for your home and family
    "clean-up' week." fruits served raw. The paper was a
    o but lassitude and
    irritability, you
    treat. "Diseases come to Orlando
    Mrs. Warlow for the
    The campaign for one cent postage have no claim to the character of a WILL COMMENCE .
    from the outside and do not originate
    stated that the delinquentgirls'
    is being kept up. In the meantime successful man.
    here. Cleanliness is the basic
    detention school was favorably
    there are fellows who would be You I
    many ir3: not successful, though
    you of sanitation. A littered
    willing to see the "war tax" get the own a fine house and wear broadcloth, passed upon by the legislature. ., principle
    and dilapidated house means a l l.t- NXTFR1DAYJUN4,1915[ {
    first blow. In the absence of II. C. Robertson,
    body if the
    you grind life out of those under -
    It is
    city commisisoner, who was unable to I tered *>rd dilapidated mind.
    o you in order to increase
    Edison says the United States can wealth.If your be present, Mrs. Fuller, president the duty of every citizen to promote
    I cleanliness. Good health means AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS
    spoke for him, stating that the small-
    lick any nation in the world. lie evi- you neglect self culture if
    you good morals. Florida will not ap-
    and typhoid cases were under ONLY
    dently has something up his sleeve do not develop your higher faculties, pox con-
    trol. She said that Mr. Robertsonwas Iproach her ideal until standard com-
    that will beat the Germans a mile in but live down among the brute quali- "
    annihilating the going to address a mass meeting munity hygiene is raised.
    enemy.PensacolaJournal. ties of nature
    your you are defeatingthe
    The health closed with a
    : of colored citizens this week on the program
    : 0 growth.Very object of your being subject of public health. paper by Mrs. Christ on "Typhoid:

    Mrs. Westcott read a lengthy and Cause and Prevention. The speakersaid
    r "Jitneur" is the French soundingword
    0 in part: "Typhoid is called the .
    now being used to signify the FLAG DAY scholarly letter from Alice Daetwyler, 5' -
    dirtiest disease in the world, and the ---
    t f driver of a jitney, and as "jitney" is COMES SOON' president of the colored civic league, ..c:::: :J =-E.
    most disgusting. Only education will
    said to be slang originally from the The next occasion telling of conditions in West Orlando. I
    after >>
    : 'The communication urged the observance eliminate it. It stands fourth in thej ; \i i.1.J -
    i' back country of Louisiana it may be day, for a general ttemonstraion WI'-
    j list. It is caused flies, -
    of a curfew law and declared mortality by -r=
    quite appropriate. patriotism, is the official flag day: -
    i 0 throughout the United that a drainage ditch needed urgent i( defective drainage, impure milk and ,. -\.F Z.1
    States June
    While fellows and immediate attention from the cityto I'water, and dust; typhoid carriers" are = ..,.1
    aspiring are jockeying 14. This is the jSSth anniversary of "
    safeguard health. J uncooked food, raw oysters and flies. .
    for a position in the next gubernatorial the adoption of the stars and stripesas I

    i race, it is noticeable that the the national emblem and people are Slogans or mottoes for the leaguewere !
    received, but no agreement was The rains fall alike on the fields of
    jockeys are all stalwart Democrats. requested to display:: flags on homes,
    f The Republican stable hasn't produced places of business ar.d public build reached and a committee of five was I the just and the just_shiftless. Of A Marvelous Season'sSelling

    who ---- ----- -
    f a runner promises enough speedor ings.

    endurance to warrant him taking o

    to the track.
    0 Skate This is a pre-inventory event, and a
    k Recently a doctor was run down bya By W. S. Branch

    speeding automobile driver and sus- The New York Herald is insistingthat stock-clearing event. .

    t, tained-severe injuries. This leads one Dernburg go-it is not particular

    !. to explain in concrete manner what is where.-Tampa Tribune. DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WILL '

    Q an evil in almost every community: He can go to any dern berg he PREVAIL

    f "There are entirely too many one-cyl wishes to so far as we are concerned. TONIGhT3THE

    ; inder drivers running sixcylindercars For instance, Hamburg, Nurnburg,
    Everything in the Store Reduced !
    t for the public safety." Strassburg, Augsberg, or Heidelberg

    0 Goods will be priced for what they will

    J. Many people with incomes of over From the vantage ground of the fetch, actual costs not considered.

    $4,000 have been through the arduous |,choir loft in the new Baptist church

    F task of filling out their income tax is a splendid place to observe the hats

    F blanks, which according to good au- of the ladies in the congregation, and SEE LATER ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

    f thority is very complicated, but it isf we know just which lady had on the FULL PARTICULARS

    << probably needless to suggest that not very prettiest hat in the big congre-

    publishers of country gation that was assembled last Sabbath -
    f pers are included in that number. morning. Oh, no, we did not REMEMBER THE DATE

    o study millinery during the sermon,

    If Albert Williamson will impart but we looked it over quite carefully ORlANDO SKATING RINK

    f- to his brethren of the press his recipe while they were raising that six thou-

    f for securing legal advertisements, he sand dollars.

    will confer a greater benefaction upon -oIt -

    : humanity than he ever could by going is just as necessary to be neutralin

    t" to congress. Albert's paper assays writing editorials about the Frank Cor. Orange Ave. & Jackson Sts.

    about thusly: Legal advertisements 95 murder case as it is in expounding the I'

    per cent.; editorials, 5 per cent.; news, European war. If you doubt it ask McCRACKEN & GORE Proprietors I'!

    f. trace.-Lakeland Telegram. Gerry of the Tampa Tribune.

    f n Yesterday's arrivals the I
    at San
    The cry for help has come from Ok-

    i lahoma. That state has sent an ap- Juan hotel included W. H. Ling, W. 8000 feet smooth as glass. Maple !
    E. Johnson, Sunny Jim Robinson II. square
    r peal to the rest of the country for

    ; 18,000 to 20,000 harvest hands. And E. Allen, W. T. Haizlip, C. P. Rice, wood floor to glide over. 300 pairs of
    T. Moore
    this time it is no "phony"; appeal. It I Jas. Tampa; E. H. Webb,
    W. P. Chambers, Atlanta; J. A. Mc- skates from
    comes through the government freeemployment which to make your selection.
    bureau, and postmasters Lemore, R. McKnight, Leo Tyler, !

    all over the Central States have been L. D. Rouse, II. L. Parramore O. Y. Fine music furnished by Electric Piano. Re-

    1- requested to help get the men. The Elder, Jacksonville; C. D. Keeler, Savannah -

    harvest hands will be paid $2 to $3 a ; C. Stephens, DeLand; G. R. freshment stand presided over by Charley !
    Croft Winter
    day to help harvest Oklahoma's record Garden; Wm. Schen-

    t; breaking wheat crop. thal Allandale., Baltimore. ; Cornelius Christian- Rock, Jr. General admission to night ;

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    t; ALAS, HOW TRUE.Every Mr. A. R. Sandlin, of Ocala; II. L. sessions will> be Ju cents, skates 15 cents.

    town has a liar or two, a Borland, Citra, and W. T. Haizlip and

    smart Alec, some pretty girls, more H.lando C. Allen, of Tampa, were in Or- No admission charged to morning and afternoon ': DICKSO N NIYfS CO.

    yesterday en route to Eustis.
    loafers than it needs, a woman that '

    tattles, an old fogy the town would be They were traveling in a large auto- sessions. Three sessions daily IOta'

    better off without, men who stand on mobile and had been attending the an- I

    the corners and make remarks about nual election of officers of the Flor- 12; 3:30 to 6, and 7:30 to 10. 'i ir

    women, the man who laughs the idiotic ida Citrus Exchange in Tampa, of iI .DEPARTMENT[ STORE.
    which they are prominent members. I
    laugh every time he says anything, I .. ..

    scores of men with the caboose of I Mrs. Theo, Aulin, Mrs. I. L. Cook, !

    their trousers worn smooth as glass, Mrs M. A. Smith, and Capt. B. G. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

    men who can tell you just how the Smith, of Oviedo, autoed to Orlando The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

    foreign war question ought to be set- yesterday and spent the day shopping Children Under 14 Not Admit- of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

    tled, foretell the weather and how to among the merchants. They were
    chandise at right pricesT
    , run other people's business, all oft attracted to the city by the many bargains ted on the Floor at Night

    whom have probably made dismal that the merchants are now ad- H

    failures of their own. vertising in the SentineL

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    MMMIMMIMMIIieftlttatijFAVORTE L. Guernsey, Mrs. Florence Hudson, | Young Women's Christian Associa- i

    and Miss Sarah Slemons, the hostesses i!tion. After June 14 she will be at i

    (@rluu n nrirty THEATRE : : served delicious Russian tea, j Bat Cave, N. C.. where she will assist
    angel food cake, and marshmallows
    I I as councillor in Camp Minnehaha, a I
    I Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. stuffed with candied ginger. About I summer camp for girls, personally

    forty young ladies enjoyed the after- conducted by Mr. and Mrs. William
    ON TIJ E SOCIAL CALENDAR tervals, the rain poured in torrents, Admission 5 Cents j
    noon and the affair proved one of !j Roxby. A party of girls from Orlando II
    and phone were exchanged .
    Thursday, June 3. I the most delightful of the many givenin II and vicinity will be safely conducted -
    Annual picnic for pupils of St. Joseph's as to the possibility of hav- 'IIII' i
    r..I I'IIIIII'I.I' honor of so popular a bride-to-be. to this delightful inJu1)
    camp early
    t Academy.Twentieth ing the meeting, the officers hopingfor
    TODAY'S PROGRAM Out of the city guests were :Mrs.: j
    Century Club, Mrs. M. O. I at least a and brought back in August or
    Dovel hostess. quorum. GRANDTODAY "THE STUDIO OF LIFE"A Richard P. Marks, of Jacksonville, early in September. For information,
    The meeting was held in the broad .
    June 4. Reliance drama in one part."IMITATIONS" and Miss :Mattie: Nelson
    Friday, of Bruns- I call at No. 9 North Hughey street
    south porch, the loyalty and devotionof
    Anniversary reception for Dr.and Mrs.
    the An American Beauty production, featuring wick, Ga. phone 213)), or write to Miss Bellowsat
    Stagg, 8 o'clock, at Presbyterian the members being proven by
    lecture room. Ed. Coxen and Winifred I Bat Cave, N. C.
    full attendance. After the business,
    PRETTY GENEVA the members wandered through the "THE VETERAN'S SWORD"A
    WEDDING large comfortable rooms while luncheon Princess production, in one part. CONFERENCE Y. W. C. A. I EPWORTH LEAGUE

    YESTERDAY. was being served by deft and "A BIRD'S A BIRD"A Miss Annie C. Bellows leaves today j PICNIC.
    A wedding of special interest was Keystone comedy, with Willy
    willing hands.A for Blue Black Mountain i Leaguers and friends do
    solemnized at the home of Mr. and Walrus. One you can'tafford Ridge near not forgetto
    Mrs. Endor Curlett, in Geneva, at the long table stretched itself almost WORLD FILM: CORPORATION to miss. N. C., where she will attend the pack a hoe box with good things

    hour of high noon Wednesday when the length of the porch and was laden presents FIVE CENTS TO ALL Southern student conference of the (Continued on page S.>
    I with delicious viands contributed by .
    Miss Isabella Eichner, of Baltimore, -- -----
    was united in marriage to Charles S. i I the members. One great interest was UEATRIZIICHELENA: ans, 18; W. S. Branch, Jr., 25; W. D. C

    , Brumley, of St. Augustine, Dr. John I the program for next year, and all Rodgers, 18; Walter Essington, 25; IF" -i "CII1]

    W. Stagg pronouncing the ceremony I whose names appeared thereon looked W. W. Wright, 20; A. L. Cole, 20; C. r.t

    which made them one. forward to their work with great zest. ati G. Westcott, 20; M. O. Overstreet, 20; \.t '

    Miss Eichner has spent the past I The quiet surroundings, great oaks E. II. Johnson, 18; O. Lorraine, 25. .

    year with her sister, Mrs. Curlett, and I with their gray scarfs flung lightlyover Those whose names do not appearon ; '

    during her stay the romance began I them, but showing glimpses of rrb this list may enter this contest by

    which culminated in her marriage I broad stretches of vividly greengrass applying to the handicap committee

    with Mr. Brumley, whose parents re-I showing lake. and distant or- zr at today at the Country Club grounds.The d

    side at Chuluota. The maid of honor ange groves, seemed to bring an at- prizes for this match have been 1., ,

    was Miss Emma V. Eichner, who was I mosphere of peace all around, of resta arranged for and are on display in the .

    gowned in pink crepe meteor and car- I- pause in the work and strain of show window at T. II. Evans' jewelry

    ried an arm bouquet of bride roses. this working world. I I6ftiAU store. Go and look at them this morn-

    The bride, a dainty blonde, wore white "There is no music in a rest, but M CMELENa II I Inrttnrctv ing.
    there is the making of music in it. mrn r
    crepe meteor cut in the prevailing -
    ankle length, with a flowing veil of In our whole life's melody the musicis FOR MISS ANTOINETTE
    , broken off here and there HIGH IN HER ADMIRATION
    tulle caught here and there with val-i! by rests. SLEMONS.
    How does the musician read the rest? It comes from being used to admiring -
    ley lilies, and carried an exquisite j o
    Miss Antoinette Slemons was honor beautiful things in the of 0
    him shape
    shower .See beat the time with unvary-
    of orchids
    bouquet and valley
    in guest at another beautifully arranged cut glass from our emporium. We
    lilies her hand- ing count and catch up the next note,
    only ornament being a
    party yesterday afternoon when Miss force this habit all the ladies be-
    and on
    true and
    steady, so will Sorosis
    some lavelier, the groom's gift. Mr. "THE LILY OF POVERTY
    students catch the strain next autumn Mary Guernsey and Mrs Waters cause of the remarkable specimenswe
    Sidney Harrison, a life-long friend of A
    and the FLAT" Howe entertained at the home of the before them. also
    the groom, was best man, and Mr. carry on music of their minds put They ap-
    hearts.To former on East Central avenue. prices because
    and preciate our they are
    Lambert J. Eichner Baltimore
    the bride o{ our hostess, Mrs. Ives, we owe a From the story by Bret Hartc, The reception hall and living room so reasonable.

    gave The away. debt of gratitude for an afternoon of in five acts were bright with many vases of cultivated -
    passed through the
    party N & CO. JEWELERS.
    sunflowers and marigolds,
    living room from the stairway to the indoor sunshine while the world out- b.AL :,
    lOc. 20c. while comfortable chairs were arranged .d]
    west porch, where the ceremony took ,side was dark and cloudy; and to her JLtm .
    the screened
    on delightful
    p place amid decorations of magnolias, ,sister, Miss Gilchrist, who cared first
    bamboo and blossoms for our material needs, and after- porch.
    palmetto the j j Each guest was given a hemmed STEP BY STEP
    lovely ring ceremony being used. The charmed us with many songs,
    Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin sung in her own sweet sympatheticstyle. tea towel, and red thread with which have we climbed in the paint business
    was I to; work an initial. All styles, sizes ;i
    until now we at the Hard
    played by Mr. William Branch, Jr., of are top.
    Those and descriptions were handed in, some i work honest prices fair dealing and
    Orlando, who played the Intermezzo present were Mesdames War- ?f/
    low Beardall artistic, others merely markers, and pure, satisfaction-giving goods, have
    from Cavaleria Rusticana during the'' Cheney, Bliss, Fuller,
    Miss Margaret Hart, who acted as i contributed to our success. Every
    ceremony and Mendelssohn's wedding Gedge,O'Neal, Branch, Christ,Thompson -
    march at the close. I Gore, Starbuck, Ives, Robertson fudge, was somewhat at a loss to de-I article you purchase from us is backed

    The entire house was beautifully Deaconess Parkhill, Misses Branham, i cide as to which was most deserving -_ by our personal guarantee. Just
    Ilanner Gilchrist of the beautiful silver thimble which = name your wants and leave the rest
    and the
    decorated with bamboo, magnolia and t winsome I
    oalmetto blooms. Handsome candela little daughter of Mrs. Victor Star- was given as a prize. :Mrs.: Davis OUSE to us.
    Fishback the fortunate artist and
    bra held white candles gaily burning, buck. was Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
    ROOf G4RDfNTODAY her work was indeed worthy of the
    and the dining room table was at- -
    reward. With every towel was a 205 S. Orange Avenue
    tractive with Cluny lace, roses and GOLF TODAY AT
    favorite recipe of each guest.
    candles. CLUB.
    Assisted by Miss Hudson, Mrs. Jos. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
    The punch bowl stood on a prettily I Every golfer in Orlando will jour-

    appointed table, and an elaboratemenu ney to the Country Club links this afternoon -

    was served by well trained I to enter the first of the ten -

    household servants. The wedding summer handicap tournaments, which

    cake and other viands were providedby the handicap committee have arranged MARY FULLERin
    the well known caterer, Fledderman for the Thursday half holidays WILLIAM .

    of Baltimore.Mrs. during the summer. There will be i

    Lisette Eichner and three sons. but one flight today and play com- 'THE GIRL WHO HAD A Established 11886
    mother and brothers of the bride, also, mences any time after noon. Handicaps i-

    a sister, who was bridesmaid, came will be posted on blackboard at SOUL"A

    from Baltimore to be present at the No. 1 tee. All cards must be turnedin feature in three parts.'UNCLE'S .

    wedding.Mr. toIr.. J. D. Barnes after the
    and Mrs. Brumley left by auto match. The list of winners and prizes

    for Sanford where they took the train will be published in Friday morning's NEW IJLAZER"An

    for a tour of the Great Lakes and Sentinel.Go .

    . Thousand Islands, to be gone several to the Country Club today. Imp. comedy. LOANS

    weeks, and on their return will go to The following are the names and

    housekeeping in St. Augustine where handicaps of the players who will

    Mr. Brumley is bookkeeper for Jas. participate in today's handicap tour- WM. GARWOODand REAL ESTATE ;RENTALS

    E. Ingram, of the Flagler railway nament:

    system. P. McNeil, 8; Louis Dolive, 9; II. .

    C. Dann, 8; Dr. J. W. Stagg, 10; T. P. VIOLET MERSEREAUA

    LAST SOROSIS Warlow, 12; Jos. L. Guernsey, 12; C.

    MEETING OF SEASON.The B. Robinson, 10; S. Y. Way, 18; J. D.

    last regular meeting of Sorosis Barnes, 18; A. C. Hart, 18; S. W.
    A gentleman's straw hat
    for the season was held in the homeof Howe, 20; A. R. Wrenn, 12; J. P. Holbrook given

    Mrs. S. E. Ives, on Gore avenue, 18; L. B. Giles, 25; T. II. Ev- away. For Sale

    at 3 o'clock, June 1. All day, at in- (Continued in fourth column)

    l- 10 cents 5 cents House'eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

    After you et- e Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. 450000. A bargain.

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    ENDEAVOR DEATH Ward Richardson, "The Sighs and SPRAYINGFor
    The name "Japanese Cane" has very "
    Proof of Death, were applied and a
    We would be glad to get items from i unfortunately been applied to two different London.-Dr. Arthur WigelsworthOrwin bell was attached to the dead man'swrist White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
    crops now well established in secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other :Mites
    the Pesbyterian societies of Orlando a noted throat specialist, who in such a way that a slight j I Ii
    the United States. The name was I infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
    in Winter with has just died here leaving a fortuneof twist would have given forth a loud
    : and the Congregational ones first used in connection a varietyof i I Compound.
    Park also hear about the true introduced from about half a million dollars, had ring. ;,
    ; to more sugar cane These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan ;
    at Winder- of an almost overpowering fear of being At the end of this test period a sur- !
    new reported organization Japan by the department agriculture I' be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
    mere. in 1878. This is a slender buried alive or prematurely cremated. geon severed the spinal cord high up insure clean trees and bright fruit.
    Following the directions in his will in the body, which was then cremated. '
    have come that not
    just stemmed
    Kindly greetings sugar cane was i Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
    Miss Nannie Golden, introduc- found to for his body was kept in a well warmedbed t
    from profitable grow sugar cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
    . tion superintendent for Alabama. She but it is now extensively cultivated in for thirty-six hours after his WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of : you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
    invites us to her state which she Florida and along the Gulf coast death and then placed in a warm Elder Spring Water. When you I
    thinks is a fine one, excepting that it mainly for forage, but to some extent room with the windows partly opened think of Elder' Spring Water see I
    does not raise orange blossoms. Please !I for syrup. Recently several other and watched for twelve days and Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf I J. SCHNARR & CU, Manufacturers

    let us know when Endeavorers go to similar varieties have been secured nights. ,
    -I Alabama, or anywhere else, so that I I from Japan. Japanese sugar cane is Throughout that time the tests giv- Get the news in the Sentinel f.rst.1 Orlando, Florida
    our Florida introduction departmentcan 'highly valuable for forage where it is
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    send the word along that they are I'I adapted, both because it produces very I-
    President D. B. Curry has just dis- large yields and because plantations
    tributed a call to the Chicago conven- !remain profitable for 6 to 12 years
    tion, with a printed "all-about-it" circular -I I without replanting. It rarely pro- ORLANDO ROOFING I I
    gotten out by three unions, Ten- ,,duces flowers nda seeds in this country I CAREY HAND
    nessee, Georgia, and Florida. Theyare except in northern Florida. AND
    to go on the "Big Four" route, I The second plant to be called "Jap- SHEE1METAL ,
    L. & N. railroad, via Macon, Atlanta, anese Cane" or "Japanese Seeded
    Knoxville and Cincinnati. Fare, for Ribbon Cane," is a sorghum, more _
    round trip, but not including sleeper known "
    properly as "Honey Sorghum. EMBALMERAll
    from Jacksonville is $43.50. Those This variety is of unknown origin but Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
    wishing to join this delegation should it did not come from Japan. It is one
    write D. B. Curry, Box 910, Jacksonville of the sweetest varieties of sorghumsyet and Rubber Roofings
    soon. found, and south of the Ohio riveris calls answered Promptly Dayor
    We ought to have 125 societies for, one of the best of all sorghums for Cornices Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
    seniors, and fifty of the children be- syrup and forage. This sorghum pro- ----- Night. Hand Block.

    fore April, 1916. I duces large, loose heads of seeds, and Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOHam0nre
    The Daytona Halifax Journal recently the seed is as cheaply grown as that I Orlando Florida.PHONE
    quoted from the Orlando Sen- I of any other sweet sorghum. It is I .

    tinel an editorial about the fine this plant that has recently been much I'
    --- ---- : 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
    churches in Orlando, and added a advertised as "Japanese Cane," but .
    comment about the Daytona ones. Re- on account of the confusion that this I ''''';;,''' ,oQor ;dI

    minded us of the self sacrifice of the name makes with the Japanese sugarcane i r- --- -- --- --- -- -
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    Christian church society which gave seedsmen are urged to call it by I --
    seventy-five dollars toward the new its older name, "Honey Sorghum." It :
    concrete church in that beautiful city is a very desirable late variety, sure 'rlt
    by the Halifax river. to be more widely grown when it is I i Q ASr A REPEATING[ [



    w f R Is all right for hunting
    COMPARE wild game. But for
    The administration bill to strengthen London.-The city coroner, in his YOUR hunting business we find

    the Everglades drainage laws annual report, says the darkening of 4 .; the most efficient means
    the house this hav- OUR FURNITURE (
    passed morning I I I
    the streets at night because of the to becoon
    ing been introduced Saturday in both I
    ; houses. This puts the drainage bill fear of Zeppelin attacks has resulted I We provide the quality of furniture that has I long ,', ttt / Goons AND, coonSERVICE LOW
    in shape to be passed at this session in a noticeable increase of traffic ac I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the itlV 41 PRICES. ."
    and enable the I. I. Board to sell the cidents.Of I standard of merit. If an article is here it is pood. .
    bonds for completion of the project. 46 fatal accidents last :year. I It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make Again we call your attention Tampa Special for hen-:;,
    Senator Donegan's bill to validate the seven occurred in the first quarter; this point too clear it is one of the foundat on stones i and :Mo-Life for horses and mules.
    bonds of drainage districts formed ten in the second; nine in the third. I I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I I I
    under the acts of 1913 passed the and twenty-one in the fourth. Of the I I The Co-Operative Produce Co.

    house this morning and has been sent 21 fatalities in the last quarter seven UcNEQl & DAVIS BLOCK I W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
    to the governor for his approval.The teen occurred at night. ---------------- --- -

    hotel protection bill was given Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando, Fla. I
    in the house. Have a good time-go to the Fair ,
    passage today locor. oJ :
    The Wells banking bill to punish Grounds Thursday and see a real Wild D THE VERY LATEST IDEAS
    West show. Big time. 5-30-4tc '
    false statements
    persons making regarding -
    any financial institution rn Post Cards are always to be found: on our racks. We also
    passed the house today and is expected -
    carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.
    to be approved by the governor "
    this week.A Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

    over our cords frequently if you wish to keep ported on

    REAL NECESSITYNo "JOYLAND'Wants "postcard it is." Just now we have seme very new ideas in

    individual with anything to sell birthday aid general greeting cards.

    or trade can successfully find a buyer
    " or trader without the aid of the Sentinel \v. S. BRANCH,
    want ads. Remember that its
    circulation represents five-sixths of
    the Orlando community. I

    Want to laugh? All right, take in
    to be visited by ben- .
    the Wild West show at the Fair everyone
    Grounds Thursday afternoon. A biz; The Orlando Meat Market

    time and your money's worth. Don't efitted by the half holiday today.
    fail to see the trick roping. 30-4tc T. 'A. YANCY, Manager

    C CoIollia l ] Hil1 Battling Dancing Wholesale Florida and and Retail Western Dealer Meats in Choice

    Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc..

    - Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
    You hear about Colonial PHONES ( Business 135 'P. O. BOX 226
    l Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. .

    nial You Hills.read about Colo- Music By McIntosh OrchestraAutos --

    You talk about Colonial WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ?

    > Hills. leave Estes' corner every half To Our'* ('iastr)m 'r1

    Sooner or later you : Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 3Gin. x 72 in., in

    I will buy in Colonial hour, beginning at 1:30 P. Pn.Admision !I soft same pleasing size, colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre

    Hills. Why not NOW! .I Do you use Aluminium Ware?
    t See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
    t It will give you satisfaction Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutelyfree.

    f and profit. Free< CallFINLEY'S

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    "'- u.IT1ber9 Laths and shingles SENTINEL I OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING Lake Site

    Today's Sentinel is replete with the

    advertisements of most of the merchants -

    I WANTS I of Orlando, and there are some
    rare shopping opportunities containedin

    -- these advertisements, which care- Two

    . ful and discriminating buyers will
    I The Morning Sentinel Want
    readily: grasp. Read all the advertisements -
    Directory is the Greatest Want .
    ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. carefully.Get
    t Real Bargains

    Terms Cash in Advance. the news in the Sentinel first.

    Royal Cement, Agatife Plaster and Perfection LimeWE RATES BUYERS AND SELLERSI 136 with beautiful fron-
    For One Day ______________23t and real acres
    For Three Days ____________50c buy Have sell rent resided, in exchange Orlando, Fla., tage on two lakes. Knock Out
    For Six Days _______________75c estate. Have handled
    For One Month ____________$2. 0 over 30 years.. Call and see me. o"er$2Q.OOO.000. $15 per acre.
    This rate applies on all ads of
    lO-G-Sm F. A.
    25 words or less. If the ad COn- 60 acres, mile off brick road.
    TO GET PERFECTvy tains more than 25 words the rate
    WANT YOU FairGrounds
    will be one cent per word for Wild ,West Thursday Show, June Orlando 3. Admis- Over 1500 feet lake shore.
    each additional word, for each in-
    the shirt
    sion 25 cents. See night $20.00
    sertion.If per acre.
    GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to race. 5304tcTO I
    ___ the office telephone No. 24. Ac- EXCHANGE j See E. B. Bradley Quick.
    counts' opened by telephone will be nest close in lots at Pine Castle
    . payable the following day. for light second hand car. Pine Castle.
    Realty Co. 5306tcRACKARD'S
    7 Every Home-Every Businees-
    i Every Man has use for a

    OUR DESIRE o Located in the Arcade Building .
    IV..tklns Block PHONE 504
    FOR SALE All work guaranteed and neat-

    Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, ly done. Our work is the best::

    friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will 5 passenger, in good condition; extra and our prices are the lowest.

    not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a equipment; extra tire; exceptional This is the place to have your
    word for their service. value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. old clothes made new.
    gas 5-8-lmoc Dr. S. S.
    Suit scrubbed and pressed__75c.

    OUR ADVICETo FOR SALE-CocaColaending ma- Suit dry cleaned, pressed___GOc CHIROPRACTOR
    chine. Capacity 5 dozen bottles. Suit pressed _______ 40c.
    --- --
    Cost $150. Will sell for $25. Can be graduate Davenport College, 17 and
    about this desirable condition, the Company All Palm Beaches scrubbed
    bring seen at Ramki's Bottling Works. Jno.S. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone
    advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete McCamy. (G-2-6t' and pressed ____________50c 209. Intelligent people everywhereare ;
    these days of Mohair suits pressed ______25c.; being restored to health' by chiro-
    ranges and appliances that are now behind FOR SALE-My famous Duroc Jer- \Ve do ladies' work also. Give practic adjustments the new scienceof

    progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as Also sey my hog Duroc-Poland(The Shrew),China with pigs.boar. us a trial and be convinced. removing free.the cause of disease.1224lmoOSTEOPATH Examination -

    wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you (Beechy-Wootsie). Will sell;; both for Clothes called for and delivered.

    will be surprised to see the changes for the better that $40 NOW. Also Berkshire and Poland .., -
    China shoats, 4 months old $6.50a
    have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc. head. C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle. Phone 613.Doctors.

    5-30-6t -
    I FOR SALE-1 cylinder, 45 horsepower ;;

    Come to our salesrooms and see. the remarkable j I; able for motor motor,boat as good or auto.as new Will; suit-sell Biickiiiiislcr: l & firiimliigcOSTEOPATHS DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

    new ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfect cheap if taken at once. L. II. Finlay. Office corner Orange Avenue and

    in operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We 5-29-Gt Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,
    Personal instruction under Dr. Still
    offer'them to you at very low prices and on the easiestof FOR SALE OR r.ENT-Two story at Kirksville, Mo. Phone 419.
    cottage seven rooms and bath,
    terms.ORLANDO. modern conveniences, roomy porches, 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
    excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden. Ndinnal 1 Rank. Phono 57s.
    2-23-tf I

    FOR RENT PHONE 646 Picnic PartiesShould

    FOR RENT-Four room cottage, For Eight Cylinder Csdillac: get the good things for
    south of Lake Lucerne. Rent rea
    WATER & LIGHT CO sonable. Apply 107 Gore avenue ort ,FIRST CLASS REPAIRING their lunches of us.
    : East Pine :street. (6-1-31*

    GAS DEPARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two five room cottage, 11 Ilughey Street Jrlando, :Fla. CHEESE
    with modern conveniences; $!=> a 12-10-lm
    month each. One situated on North POTTEDIEA T
    Orange avenue and the other on north
    Lake Eola. S. G. Dole & Son. PORK AND BEANS

    I P-1 3t i Orlando Wood Yard CRACKERS

    FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- BREAD
    mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. BUTTER .
    Yancey. 3-28-tfc Removed from Pine St. two blocks
    north on Railroad, west end Wash-
    Three furnished rooms and bath, in JELLY
    Greylynne, :'J East Robinson avenue. ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
    Also for sale, a gasoline oil tank, HONEY ,
    all times.
    120 gallons, with Dowser pump, ah GRAPE JUICE


    fi-2-3t* 3 E. Robinson Ave. B. KINGSLEY


    PHONE 311 I IOON'T
    WXTEDTo rent house by the & GORE
    year. Mast be modern, have !<'Ie ping -
    porch about five or six rooms,:.nl
    must he well located dose in. State
    ''ocation and rent in answer. AH lix-: New Modern G Grocery
    Resident, care the Sentinel. -2.-tt: f
    Can supply your wanto in every WORRY

    WANTED-By a lady position! a:< Phone 200
    stenographer, or office work. Address "
    thing to eat and wear. New things C. J., care Sentinel. 6-2-01*
    6 and 8 East Pine St.

    and good things always, Give us WANTED and lot in TO Gainesville EXCHANGE for real! estateof house! If you are disappointedabout
    equal value in or near Orlndo. Ad-
    dress J. :'1. Sellers, 618 W. Central getting a new Eas-
    a avenue. 6?:Wit': ter Suit we can put your

    WIDOW WANTS old one in good condi- f I
    position as house-
    keeper, at once. Will work for tion for just such occas, $40.70 1
    mall wages and pleasant home. Address ions.
    Box C, Sentinel, or phone C5G. i: I
    6-2-6tc j

    having fifteen years experience in .
    department stores desires position New York and
    where ability and merit would war- .- Dry Cleaning :
    rant advancement. Best references. Steam Cleaning
    Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf PhiladelphiaJ
    Pressing and Repairing
    1)I LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
    I Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please AND RETURN
    return to Morton Jones & Son bus - '
    line. 5-13-tf Cut Flowers From ORLANDO

    'LOST-Nose glasses: with chain
    I Pe Ice Cream 1 I somewhere between Orange and W. VIA

    6-2-3tc Pine. Reward. 613 West Pine St. and Plants Atlantic Coast LineStandard

    -For house and lot
    \ in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Floral Designs
    When you want PURE ICE railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 Railroad of the South
    For Party set to budded trees two years ago; 3
    CREAM call for HAND'S. If -
    acres unimproved; extra good land.
    you don't believe that we take Club Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc Tickets sold daily. Final limit

    the greatest care in its manu- We make our Ice Cream from Umbrellas recovered and repaired October 31st. Stop-ov'ers.

    facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. All Church Social ...:_: :. "while you wait," at Young's Repair .violet: Dell Florist. Variable routes.
    Sbop.: 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
    will be
    make it. surprised
    cans, moulds and eerythingused School Social
    I at the care every detail is given. TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS J. M. CARUTHERS For reservations call on
    Any kind you want, any time in the manufacture of our Lodge -House repairs of all kinds done D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. j
    Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'N EAL, C. P. & T. A.
    I you want it. In any quantity screen doors and windows a specialty;
    ized. garages, office fixtures; window and Orlando
    from a quart up. door .
    frames made to order. Get our
    I' You are cordially invited to prices. 18 East Church street. A .
    i Order Hands Pure postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo CLINT BASSPHONE
    I inspect our factory at any ii

    time. iI i Ice Cream The want ad-'s the thing. 375

    j I I SHOE HOSPITAL West Jefferson Street y r t tt

    No. 8 E. Church St.-C. F. Bouton- Successor to
    Bring your repairs to the Shoe Hos- 1
    HANDS ICE CREAM CO. pital for. repairs. I pay parcel post Hand Wood CompanyWood ,
    one way.Men's DR. L H.
    :: half soles, sewed _______SOc.
    Men's half soles nailed ___u___ 60c. of All Kinds QVTOMETRISTORLANDO
    Ladies half soles, sewed 6Oc. FLORIDA :
    PHONE 566 ''. Jefferson Street Ladies' half soles, nailed _______ 45c. PROMPT SERVICE "E FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES '
    Leather heels _______u_______ 20c. REASONABLE PRICE
    Rubber heels all kinds uuu 40c.
    Shoes repaired while you wait. OFTICAIs -


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    Enjoy yourself, see the Wild West
    Q show; Thursday, Fair Grounds. 30-4tc THEKEYTOJSJfe&ONEY

    T Mr. J. A. Murphy has returned
    h from Jacksonville where he spent a IN THEis

    t few days on business. {1 -
    .. ,. ,F .. j t
    )Ir. J. A. Ryder left yesterday for a ,

    0. \F Tampa where he will remain until the y/ ,
    week end on business matters.IF '
    t _
    : a.
    N _
    .. BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring i
    : -;
    Water. Phone Wright, 444.
    6-2-3t -
    I _
    Miss Agnes Evans has returned to ,j 6i1 \
    :: her home in Bartow after spending a r
    week here with relatives. "

    r'r. Messrs. J. H. Estes and Frank ? ,;., \ p:

    Locke, representative citizens of Taft,
    "Do not put off for tomorrow were county seat visitors yesterday.IF .
    AS .iAN'Y MAST .
    what you should do to- k
    : tomorrow never BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring '' ,
    day"-for WHO IS ?
    Water. Phone Wright, 444. SUCCESSFUL
    comes! 6-2-3t

    Mrs. Cary Hand left yesterday for
    Doing is the great thing. The man Jacksonville where she will visit ...'M---.Jr.' .

    who acts accomplishes. It may be friends for a few days.

    too late if you wait. Why not de-
    posit dollar today and start on the Mrs. Nelson' McLaughlin left yes- OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.
    terday for Bangor, Me., where she ex-
    acticve road to -prosperitythousands Has yours come savings account
    pects to spend the heated term.
    are traveling happily that way. f started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit

    Put aside a little a week and see how WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

    easily, faithfully and steadily your Elder Spring Water. When you the money.
    think of Elder Spring Water, see
    account grows. Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you

    put in our bank and compound the interest every three
    Mrs. E. H. Giles left yesterday for
    THE STATE BANKOF Arcadia on a visit to relatives and months.


    Mrs. W. P. Pillans is enjoying a The Peoples National Bank -
    visit from her sister, Miss Claire Rob-

    inson, of Orlando.-Lakeland Tele-

    6 gram. .

    J Mrs. C. O. Harvey left yesterdayfor

    Daytona Beach where she expectsto
    ORLANDO SOCIETY Mrs. Horton and Mrs Fuller and spend some time enjoying the de-
    daughter will auto to Arcadia tomor- lights at that resort. .
    (Continued from page 5) row.

    for and come to Wright's, -- WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of
    yourselves . .. II..1t.1IJ..tITHB
    Elder Water. When
    on Rock lake, tomorrow afternoon fora Unable to attend the reunion in Spring you HIIMIIM
    think of Elder Spring Water, see
    swim and supper. A business meet- Richmond, Sister Esther Carlotta, Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-t
    ing afterwards. Do not forget your president of the Florida division, U.

    reports, as conference is only a week D. C., has appointed Mrs. F. P. Flem- Mr. and Mrs. Macclenchey left

    off. ing, of Jacksonville, to serve as ma- last night on the 12:30 train for
    -- tron of honor for the division, and Brooklyn, N. Y., where they will re- NBW P A KARD TWIN-SIX

    SOCIETY NOTESOF also to be the official representativeof main until fall.
    INTEREST. the state president for the time of

    Mrs. Allan Weathersbee entertainedthe the reunion. Mr. C. A. Tompkins and grandson,

    Younger Matrons Card Club at Chas. F. Tompkins, were among the
    her home on Lucerne Circle Tuesday The Woman's Relief Corps will hold' business transactors from prosperous FULLY EQUIPPED

    afternoon. The games were playedon their regular monthly meeting Thurs- Taft in the county metropolis yester- _

    the screened porch, Mrs. W. C. Es- day, June 3, 1915, at the home of the day.

    sington, who substituted for Mrs. president. No more meetings after

    ,- Clarence Brown, winning the prize, a this one until September. Mr. Fred M. Preston, of Pine Cas- The best value ever producedin

    dainty fan. Bavarian cream and cake Mrs. Laura L. Allen, secretary. tle, was in Orlando yesterday looking

    were served. Mrs. Dave Rogers sub- 'after business matters. Mr. Preston

    stituted for Mrs. Gordon Wright, and Mrs. Seth Woodruff was hostess for reports his section as enjoying an era high grade MOTOR CARS

    the club members present were Mrs. the Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday af- of prosperity.The .

    DeWitt Miller, Mrs James Magru- ternoon, when the members met for
    der, Jr., Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. Davis their final session for the summer. i wide awake people of Orlandoare For Orlando
    Fishback, Mrs. Thos. B. the ones who take the Sentinel

    and Mrs. Allan Brodwater'l and pay for it. Satisfactory results
    Want anything? Ask for it through $2,725.00Sold
    from "want ads." are the natural con-
    Sentinel "Wants"T00
    Closing exercises of St. sequences.
    Academy were held Tuesday
    the music hall of the Mrs. Mary Matchett was among the

    prettiest feature of the program was 'I passengers on the Atlantic Coast Line
    SALE-My Cadillac car. Price
    drill the Dressedin afternoon route to Flat By
    a garland by girls. yesterday en
    $250. Dr. Porter, 403 Magnolia
    white and carrying garlands of !avenue. 6-3-6tc Lick, Ky., where she will spend the

    green, the girls executed the various summer months.
    figures of the drill with precision and I' FOUND-A mileage book. Owner San Juan Garage Company jj
    in perfect rhythm with the music. A may have same by paying for this Mrs. Elizabeth Breidenbach, who
    1 advertisement. Inquire at Sentinel
    number by the Cecilian orchestra office. has been spending some time in Or-
    i 1111 i I i 11111 H M 11111111M 1111 11111 II lit. I Jill I.
    closed the musical program, after J lando, left yesterday afternoon over 11111.11

    : which Rev. Father Fox made an address j j W AXTED-Sweet potato slips. Any j the Atlantic Coast Line for Cincin- ----=
    and awarded the medals and I j variety,but must not be mixed. Will nati, Ohio, where she will spend the -

    diplomas. I j jI pay $1.25 per thousand at my packinghouse summer months.
    I j in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres-
    -.p- ton. 6-3-d&w-tf: CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
    Mrs. Frank Horton, of Arcadia, I ; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Leavitt left THE
    who has been the guest of Mrs. Park HOME BAKING OF ALL KINDS yesterday for Boston for a three
    Trammell, at the executive mansion I Orders solicited for anything need- months vacation. They will visit New n
    in Tallahassee, for the past week, arrived ed in that line. Received first awardat York and several other Eastern cities. persons of wealth select a corpor- "
    Subtropical Midwinter Exposition ate executor because they know it insures "c- _'! !
    in Orlando yesterday for a short "
    Later on they will to Indianapolisto _
    Can please the most fastidious. Mrs.M. go performance of the .
    visit with her sister, Mrs. John T. faithful and capable "
    E. McPhern, 915 Kuhl avenue. visit relatives. I
    Fuller, at her home on Lucerne Circle. Phone 612. G-4-4t trusts they create. .'(;; ,/ :.U'..
    of mod- "' < .j >,j""
    be t1.
    ---- estate large or
    -- Whether the '
    Mr. Henry L. Parramore, a former
    ,. IIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllljValuable popular young gentleman of this city, erate size, it is to the interest of both )Sf Jd' > l

    f but now making his home in Jacksonville yourself and heirs to name this Companyas .. ,
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    executor and Trustee. .
    spent yesterday in this city in J I
    f the interest of Frederick Stearns & The Records of our Trusts are convinc- _} '''- ;' : ,

    Company, wholesale druggists, De- ing evidence of the community's confi- "\ J,_ ...J4..I

    troit, Mich.Miss dence in our capabilities. -> -'I''I I
    Diamond Lost .- ; t I
    Maude Kempwell, sister of WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? :':_ : Mt I' -

    Mrs. C. W. Townsend, left yesterday I :
    Because of the necessity for efficient .
    afternoon over the Atlantic Coast '
    banking organizations to care for the fiduciary ii it
    Line for Gadsden, Ala., where she will I y tx
    business, the Trust Company has de-
    visit friends for a while and then j
    How often this in the the go in half the highest typeof '
    appears newspapers, re- ; to points in Pennsylvania to spend the veloped, a century, .
    suit of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry remainder of the summer. banking institution.
    f by having it examined at our store at least once every Primarily chartered to handle trusts, ,

    ' month-examination cost :you nothing. We do all kinds Dr. and Mrs. John McEwan leave the Trust Companies of the United States ti T o .

    of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing today for a three weeks visit to Chi- have developed such efficiency that not one
    cagb and New York. Dr. McEwan cent of trust funds committed to their
    in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman'sprofit. i
    have been lost through failures.
    goes to attend a week of surgical care
    A trial will convinec you. !
    'I clinics under Dr. John Murphy, thegreat Have :you investigated the service of f fi
    surgeon, and also the reunion of this institution,
    the class of 'Northwestern L''ni-

    r'r. H. EVANS I I I. versity.Y.Miss, where her F.old she S.home Borland will in spend Chautauqua left the yesterdayfor summer, N_ i Orl ll B llk & Trll t ID n

    with relatives and friends. Before

    JEWELER; returning to Orlando, Miss; Borland ORLANDO, FLORIDA

    will visit the principal cities in the I

    North and East where she will pur- II I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three

    chase a select stock of goods for the r I t Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,300.00.

    I Woman's Exchange which she will reopen tI I tI
    I about the first of October. I
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