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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE, 1915. NUMBER 97.

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! BULGARIAN ARMY ON TURK FRONTIER ;






;: "MORE MUNITIONS ESSENTIAL"--GEORGE



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' HUGE ARMY CONCENTRATING 29 FRENCH AEROPLANESDROP WITH MORE MUNITIONS

> AND CONSTANTI- GERMANS WOULD HAVE I,500 AMERICANS BEG 10LEAVE

NOPLE ALARMED 178 BOMBS AND 1,000 BEEN EXPELLED



BULGARIA MAY ENTER WAR TODAY ARROWS ON THE GERMANS FROM BELGIUM SAYS MINISTERTo

MEXICO CITY AND

Is Re- Bring Triumph to Great
Effect of Concentration PARIS, JUNE 3.-A FLOTILLA il ILl SHELLED, BUT ALL RETURNED -

calling Turkish Troops OF 29 FRENCH AEROPLANES BE- I\ TO THEIR BASE UNIN Britain More Munitions of

From the Gallipoli TWEEN FOUR AND FIVE O'CLOCK' JURED. War Must Be Man
THIS MORNING SWOOPED DOWN THE LOCATION OF THE CROWN: ( MTOIiraSTHTESJACKS'VILLE A

Peninsula UPON THE HEADQUARTERS OF PRINCE'S HEADQUARTERS IS ufacturedManchester

THE GERMAN CROWN PRINCE :NOT MENTIONED, BUT IT IS BELIEVED
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London, June 3.-An Athens dispatch AND DROPPED 178 BOMBS AND 1 TO BE ASTERN A PORTION Eng., June 3.-David -

via Rome states that Bulgaria, SEVERAL THOUSAND STEEL AR- OF THE WESTERN FRONT. Joyd-Georpe, the minister of munitions BRYAN HAS ARRANGEDFOR

is concentrating a huge army on the ROWS. OUTSIDE OF THIS DARING of the newly created office 0: SENATOR FARRIS A SPECIAL

Turkish frontier. IT IS CERTAIN THAT MANYj, ACTIVITY ON TilE WESTERN the new coalition cabinet, in a speech

This has occasioned great alarm in BOMBS AND ARROWS REACHEDA AERIAL RAID THERE IS LITTLE here tonight declared that it "depends TRAIN

Constantinople, and the result is that MARK. THEATRE TODAY WORTHY OF more upon the masters and men in

troops in large numbers are being recalled THE MACHINES WERE IIEAV- )IE IION. the workshops of Britain than almost CANDIOATE FOR WILL! BE TAKEN TO GAIVESTON
from the Gallipoli peninsula. any other section of the community

They are being rushed to Adriano- if Great Britain is to emerge from the
FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE CO. DESPERATE CRIME AT MIAMI
j pIe and Kirk Killisch to meet the FINANCIAL STRAITSThe WEDNESDAYMiami colossal struggle triumphantly" Yaqui Indians Attack Ameri-

- eventualities anticipated in that quar- In referring to the fall of the Prze- GOVERNOR

ter ni of the threatening mysl fortress he said the Germans cans on the Western Coastof
consequence
distressing affairs of the Flor- Fla., June 3.-Deputy Sheriff -
the Bulgarian frontier. had achieved this great success not Mexico Near
aspect on
ida Life Insurance company, with Wilber W. Hendrickson, PatrolmanJ.
because of the superior valor of their
headquarters at Jacksonville, is caus- R. Riblett, and Bob Ashley, a mem- MAN THROWS GuaymasWashington
soldiers; but because two hundred
Przemysl Falls ing some local concern, for Orlandomen ber of the notorious Ashley gang, are
thousand shells were concentrated in HAT IN RING TO SUC-
London, June Przemysl has been and women hold about $15,000 dead as a result of an attempt by June 3.-The next de-
the course of a single hour the
reclaimed by Austria. Official an- stock. For the size of the city thereis the latter to liberate his brother, John Russians. upon CEED TRAMMELL I velopment in the Mexican situationwill

,- nouncement was made at Vienna that more stock represented in the com- Ashley, from the county jail here, I be based upon whatever answer
"Had we been in a position to apply
" the great Galician fortress won by ,pany from Orlando than any other where he is confined under sentenceof the heads of the three warring factions -
- the same process to the Germans on AMBITIOUS SINCE HIS CHILDHOOD
the Russians ten weeks ago, after along city in the.state. There is some hope death for the murder of DeSoto in Mexico make to the pre -
our own front he concluded I
"they
struggle, had been recaptured. that the company will pull throughthe Tiger, a Seminole Indian. I dent's note of warning to those fac-
would have been turned out of France
,--- With Przemysl in their hands, the present crisis. A local stockholder Ashley, who appeared to have made I II : Will Start Campaign at Once tions.
& and we should actually have
Austrians and Germans have concluded said last night that he was doubt- I a careful preparation toward carrying penetrated An intermediate step of the govern-
into Germany and seen beforeus and He in Race Until Final
. the first phase of their new Galician ful if the company would be able to out his plan, approached the front ** ment announced today was to get out
+ the end of this
campaign, launched in the drive pay more than 20-cents on the dollar. I,door of the residential part of the jail Desires Volunteer war. Count of Votes, lie of Mexico all Americans who desiredto

from Cracow. I I shortly before one o'clock yesterdayand Recruiting return to this country.
I Declares
David Lloyd-George, to
referring
. Przemysl's fall has not been con- MR. WILDER WANTS STANDARD knocked. When Jailer Hendrickson Secretary Bryan announced today
the proposed conscription decree, saidit I
ceded at far cable BOXES FOR CITRUS FRUIT the that arrangements
Petrograd, so as appeared at door, Ashley By C. F. Johnson were being madeat
would be a great mistake to resortto
advices show, but the latest Russian ALL OVER COUNTRY asked: Bureau Mexico City for a train to bring
The Sentinel ,
conscription 'Unless it absolutely
official statement admitted that the "Are you Hendrickson and when The number proves of Tallahassee, Fla., June 3. I i destitute Americans from there to

besiegers of the fortress had won Tallahassee, Fla.-Mr. Wilder, of the jailor replied in the affirmative, necessary. recruits Vera Cruz.
Senator Ion L. Farris of Jackson-
raised voluntary basis he ,
on a
dome successes, including capture of Hillsborough county, wants a stand- fired a shot from a Savage .380 rifle It is estimated() that 2,500 Ameri-
said, "are far ahead of those recruits ville, today gave out a formal state-
two outlying forts. Dispatches yesterday ard shipping box for fruit men all ; into the officer's body, the bullet passing be candidate to cans are in Mexico City.
secured by the conscription method.'" ment that he would a
- from the Austrian front to Vi- over'the country.In I; close to the heart, and producing succeed Park Trammell as governor.Mr. The department's advices indicate .
enna said the Russians had removed the house this morning he intro- death within a few minutes. that only about 1,500 desire to leave. :
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Farris said: "It has been my
men and supplies from Pnemysl in duced and secured the passage of a Later, in a fight with a posse omen f ambition since early childhood to These will be eventually taken to Gal-

antipication of its fall, and that they memorial to congress looking to the Ashley and Riblet were killed. veston.
of state. From
National League serve as governor my
considered it not improbable that they securing of such a box. The resolu- Secretary Bryan indicates that the
Brooklyn 1, Philadelphia 2. the-time of adjournment of the legislature -
woud lose Lemberg ,as well. tion follows: AUTO LICENSE BILL PASSED BY nationals of other countries who wishto
Boston 3, New York 10. I will make vigorous campaign -
Concurrent resolution: Memorializing leave Mexico City will be allowedto
BOTH HOUSES AWAITS
; St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 5. and will be in the race until
FOUR HUNDRED EXPECTED TO the congress of the United Statesto EXECUTIVE ACTION: do so on this train for which he is
All that were scheduled. the final count of the votes.
. BE PRESENT AT DINNER IN pass such law or laws as will fix a Kissimmee Bulkhead Bill Passes arranging.

HONOR OF SENATOR standard size for boxes or carriers i in Tallahassee, Fla. Senator Igou'r American Leagues Kissimmee's bulkheading bill passedthe Bryan said today that at presentthe

' D. U. FLETCHER which grapefruit, and New York-Boston, cold weather.PhiladelphiaWashington food proposition is
. oranges automobile license bill, completely senate today and will be approvedby entirely one
citrus fruits too wet. for the Red Cross. Consultations
are shipped. changing the system now in vogue of the governor Friday. The city is on

. Jacksonville, Fla.-All arrange- Whereas, apples and other like registering as a state proposition, automobiles Federal Leagues authorized to build a bulkhead and re- this question are being had by Miss

. ments have been completed for the I fruits are required to be shipped i in was passed by both housee Buffafflo 7-1, Brooklyn 10-3. claim the lake front of Lake Tohope- Mabel Boardman with President Wil-

dinner which is to be given in honor barrels and boxes of standard siz and now becomes law with receptionof Chicago 2, St. Louis 3. liens son.
kaliga, taking against abutting
..1 of United States Senator Duncan U fixed by law, and, whereas, there i is the governor's signature. Kansas City 1, Pittsburgh 2. property for cost of construction.

Fletcher, at the Mason hotel next no such law regulating the size of The bill was amended in the house All that were scheduled. Americans in Peril

Y Monday evening, beginning at eight boxes or carriers in which oranges, this afternoon to require a license of Southern League Legislature Thanks Scribes Washington, June 3.-An alarming

o'clock. When the committee i in I grapefruit and other citrus fruits are $2 on motorcycles, otherwise it went Memphis 5, New Orleans 2. For the first time in the history ofa message was received tonight from

charge of the affaiffr met yesterday 'shipped on account of which the I through as the senate had passed the Mobile 10, Chattanooga 3. Florida legislature so far as can be Admiral Howard by the navy depart-

morning the plans were gone over and growers and shippers of citrus fruits measure and this is acceptable to the Little Rock 3, Atlanta 2. learned here tonight, a resolution ment indicating that about seventyfive -
reports made. Everything was declared from the state of Florida are made to senate. Nashville 12, Birmingham 3.
commending the members of the leg- American citizens on the western
satisfactory. Invitations had suffer loss in the sale of their products The measure provides for one license South Atlantic League islative press bureau for the fair, full coast of Mexico, about 40 miles from
previously been sent to GovernorPark in the markets of the country, to be in the
tag paid county Columbus 5, Jacksonville 1. and comprehensive reports of the pro- Guaymas, were again in danger of
Trammell and the members of therefore be it resolved by the houseof where the license is issued for a ma Augusta 3, Charleston 1. ceedings was spread on the journalsof their lives

- his cabinet, the justices of the supreme representatives the senate concurring chine in that county, and abolishes Savannah 5, Columbia 4. both houses. These Americans were attacked

court, members of both houses; that the congress of the United the state registration fee of $2. Macon 5, Albany 3.
The resolution was introduced in savagely by the Yaqui Indians about
- of the legislature and the editors of States be memorialized to pass such The county license is graduated
I on the house by Mr. Goldstein, and the two weeks ago and forced to concentrate -
the state. law or laws as will fix a standard size the
j seating capacity of the
automo
CHURCH CONFERENCE AT ATLANTIC senate resolution by Mr. Hudson. It for protection at a little villagenear
Twelve' replies have already been for boxes or carriers for the shipmentcitrus biles, instead of the horse
,lof power as CITY was as follows: Guaymas. The dispatch from
received to these invitations all of fruits, defining the dimen- heretofore.The .
I I'| "Resolved, that the thanks of the Howard was taken from the Lansing, ,
which were acceptances. The committee ions of such box or carriers and requiring senate bill certified '
the
was to
Atlantic City, N. J., June 3-With house of representatives is hereby after which instructions were sent to
. expects that between seventy- all shippers to have stampedon house and then introduced and pushecto the object of still further uniting the tendered to the correspondents of the the admiral. He has ample discretion -
five and one hundred people will be such box or carriers in a conspicuous .
passage byIr. .Edge, of Lake efforts of Christian churches in the state press in attendance at this ses how to act in case of an emer-
present from out of the city. No invitations place the number of pieces of
county. United States the Federal Council of sion cf the legislature for the fair, gency and it is not understood that j
are to be sent to local fruit contained in the box or carriers
people. the Churches of Christ in America i s full and comprehensive reports of the his discretion will be hampered by the ;
Any desiring to attend Be it resolved further, that the
one may SOME HOLIDAYS TO BE OBSERVED holding here today and tomorrow a proceedings of this session of the legislature instructions sent him tonight. y yo
do so by purchasing a ticket from the Florida delegation in congress be and
I conference on inter-church activities which is just now drawing t
members of the committee on ar are hereby requested to use their best 4
I' of denominational and inter-denomi- a close, and we resolve' further, that DEAD-LEAVES $20,000,000 BE-
rangements. The committee c.Jevers to have ccngrass of the i
expectsat Next national holiday will fall on national organizations. this resolution be spread upon the HIND
least 400 at the dinner. United States such law .
Plans have pass as referred -
Monday, July 5. Labor Day comes on The denominations represented in- journal of the house of representatives. -
been mad by the management of the to in the foregoing resolution.A. l
September 6th. Thanksgiving Day, elude the Baptists, Congregationalists New York, June 3.-DeWitt Clin- i
'Mason hotel to seat this number
com Thursday, November 25th; and Disciples of Christ, Reformed Max" Bridge Bill Dead ton Blair, the senior member of the J

; fortably. B. NEWTON RETURNS TO WINTER Christmas Day on Saturday, Decem Episcopal, Friends, Lutherans Mennonites The Jacksonville bridge bill sleepsthe banking firm of Blair & Company, ';

GARDEN THIS WEEK ber 25th. Methodists, Moravians, Presbyterians sleep of the dead, finding that a died today of pneumonia, aged 81. Atone j

THE WEATHER lion. A. B. Newton sends a, postcard As has been the custom in the past, Seventh Day Adventist, .reconsideration of the vote by whichthe time Blair was connected with a '1

?" -- to the Sentinel requesting thatthe : when a holiday of a national character United Brethren, and Welsh Presbyte senate defeated the propositionTuesday great number of railroads and corporations
.E Florida: Fair Friday and Satur paper be sent to him in Winter I falls upon a Sunday, it is celebrated rian. I night would avail nothing at as a trustee, director and I

day. Garden instead of Tallahassee where i on the day following. The The organizations participatingwhich this late hour of the session. Senator officer. His personal fortune is supposed -

he and his estimable wife have been same may be said of the Fourth of hope to further co-operation by Calkins, who introduced the bill in the! to be fully $20,000,000.
. . Others
S t i t spending the past two months. I July, which this falls I
They year on Sunday, the conference are the International 1 senate and fought brilliantly for it estimates run much higher. j ja

WONDER OF WONDERS expect to reach home about Saturday but will not be observed until the day Sunday School Association, Interdenominational passage, decided not to move for

BRITISH SUB SINKS I Mr. Newton has ably represented Or following, Monday, July 5th, and the Sunday School Councils reconsideration. . . . . .

_. GERMAN SHIP s ange county in the Florida legislature day will be observed the same a International Committee of the Young KING GEORGE OF ENGLAND .

s I which adjourns today, and will Memorial Day in regard to the closing Men's Christian Association, National Presents for Davis and Hardee FIFTY YEARS OLD. 1

London, June 3.-A British submarine s have to offer very few apologies, if of banks, the postoffice and business Board of Young Women's Christian Senator Drane presented a hand TODAY jS'

t. operating in the sea of :any, for his stewardship. places generally. Association, United Society of Chris some silver service to President Davis s

Marmora torpedoed a large Ger- tian Endeavor, Epworth League, of the senate tonight. The attaches London, June 3-King George

man transport in Panderma bay s FIRST HALF HOLIDAY YESTERDAY HOVEY TO GLENS FALLS. FOR Baptist Young People's Union, Broth presented a cut glass punch V. of England, who was born 1.

-,. '' yesterday morning. VACATION erhood of Saint Andrew, Brotherhoodof bowl to President Davis also. Members June 3, 1865, is fifty years old J
This announcement was given Yesterday most all the stores and Mr. C. A. Andrew of the house
Hovey, Orlando's public and Philip, Denominational presented a silver today. Ordinarily this would be j ja

out officially in London today as business houses in the city were closedfor benefactor, was among the pioneer Brotherhoods, Brotherhood Bible service to Speaker Hardee, and the day of great festivities throughout ?

having been received from the the first of the Thursday half holidays winter residents leaving Orlando yes Class Movements, Laymen's Missionary attaches presented Mr. Hardee witha the British world, but because 1

vice admiral in command at the that will continue through June, terday afternoon to spend the summer Movement, Missionary Educational fine cane. of the war the king has requested 1

Dardanelles. It is said also that July, August and possibly September. months at his old home in Glens Movement, Home Missions Council, 6 that all celebration with the exception j

this submarine was one of sev- The afternoon presented a Sun. Falls, N. Y. He will be greatly! Religious Press Association, State The Ingersoll Watch at $1 is fully of the flying of flags be '

eral operating in these waters} day aspect. Business generally was i I j missed by many in this city and his Federations, and Local Federations or guaranteed to give you correct time. dispensed with. '1
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the basin. I AFFAIRS OF FLORIDA I
maggot trap which will practical- Another difficulty experienced arose LIFE INS. CO. II i
the breeding of the house from mosquitoes using the water in
' is described in a new bulletin of the basin and the cistern to breed in.I Jacksonville Fla.-The Florida Life !
department, No. 200, "A Maggot This was overcome by cleaning out Insurance company of this city is said :
in Practical Use; An Experi- the basin at regular intervals and by to be insolvent, on the basis of the '1
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in House Fly Control." The investigators sprinkling al ittle oil over the surfaceof audit report which was read at a : !
&.' who carried on this exper- the water in the cistern. i 1'meeting of the stockholders yesterday i i
iment at the Maryland Agricultural Properly constructed, such a trap morning in the company's offices but : .
f' College declare that,during August offers no obstacles to the convenientand |I was not declared as insolvent, it appearing ,1
r and September at least 98 per Cent of economical handling of manure : that there is every opportunity -'
the larvae breeding in the manure It is essential, however, that each j I to pull through the existing en -
were dstroyd, and although the trap day's addition to the heap should be ,sis.
was not so efficient when the weather sprinkled with sufficient water to''! The company is said to be a little
became colder, even then it greatly keep the manure moist but not enoughto !j(short of its reserve and while there
reduced th numbr of flis. cause leaching. The details of the |;was ad eficit it is alleged of $100,000
The principle' of the trap is simple, construction of the trap are containedin t at the time the audit was started a I wish to announce to my friends and

it is easy to construct, and the expense the bulletin already mentioned.This month ago, this deficit, it is also said,
I is said to be probably less in particular trap was designed to has been reduced to $75,000.A customers that after June 1st my store
the long run than the investment hold the manure produced by three number of the large life insurance -
which many farmers now make in horses for three months, but there is companies have under consideration will be located
screens for their dwellings and sprays no reason why larger quantities I the proposition of the purchase
f- and fly nets for their live stock. In shoud not be treated in the same way .of the Florida Life and several have
its roughest outlines the trap con- by building larger traps or by building stated, it is said, that this plan can ,
sists of a concrete basin with a latticed several of smaller size.E.AXS be worked out successfully, but no
l wooden platform erected upon it deal has so far been closed. 9 W. CHURCH ST.Do .

to hold the manure. The basin is con- DISTRIBUTING BOOKLET i o

nected by ad rainage pipe with a I WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of
small concrete cistern. The bottom of "Mental Nuts-Can You Crack Elder Spring Water. When you
the basin is filled with water into 'Em?" is the appropriate title of a think of Elder Spring Water see
which the maggots breeding in the little booklet which is being distrib- Wright. Phone 444. / 6-2-tf not forget that the same fair dealingsand

manure drop, as they are about to uted by T. II. Evans, the jeweler
turn in the pupa or chrysalis stage, The pamphlet is filled with riddles and TO EXCHANGE high grade service that has character-
High class property, well developed,
and are drowned. At frequent inter- conundrums, which will help to pass I
vals the water is run off into the cistern away many an idle hour. Incidentally at Pine Castle, for stock of goods. ized business in the will be
Pine Castle Realty Co. 5-SO-Ctc my past con-
and is then pumped back on the the booklet is a booster for the Wal-
In this all the tham watch, which is also "distribted" -
manure pile. way I
I IIF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring tinued in new It will
my quarters. pay
liquid manure is saved.. by Mr. Evans.FELLSMERE II Water. Phone Wright, 444. .
The successful operation of this
trap rests upon several facts connected GROWERS COMPLAIN :6-2-3t you to buy drugs from this store.

with the habits of the house fly
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which have been thoroughly estab-
lished by observation. The adult fly Mr. W. E. Boddie has returned to USE
lays-its eggs in fresh manure. There Orlando from Fellsmere, on the East
they remain until the larva stage is Coast, where he has been spending Courteous
Prompt
almost over and the insects are aboutto some time looking after the marketing G ECOINSECTICIDE'
enter the pupa or chrysalis stage. of tomatoes. Mr. Boddie says
'. At this time a pronounced tendencyto that the season has been a very hard Dependable
migrate is evident. In consequence, one on the growers in that section. '
if the manure is placed upon a plat- The recent rains have caused them toot I
form with a latticework bottom the in the fields, and it was almost .
larvae, while migrating, will fall impossible to get off a decent ship- .in and around your houseto
through these openings into the waterin ment. kill

the basin below. In the case of I MOSQUITOES\ BED BUGS FLEAS, ,
the experiments at the Maryland Agricultural I MAKES COLLAR BUTTONING MOTHS MITES\ ANTS AND :
College a careful count : EASYA I
ALL 'OTHER INSECTS :
showed that between July 25 and October -
1, about 112,000 larvae were clever little thing in the way of GE-CO is a stainless liquid used with! :
a spray and guaranteed to do the f Store
Killed in this way. This, however, a collar button is the invention of work. Don't set up and fight mos : City Drug
does not include the number that were Charles Formage of New Rochelle, N. quitoes all night. SPray your room ,
picked up from the basin by sparrowsor Y. The button is an ordinary stud of with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have '
poultry. Altogether it is estimated solid your Groceryman get it for you. Or ,
metal but has a tiny hole
screw
that during the warm weather the efficiency in its center. Into this a taperingpeg direct up by the if he will not supply you. Put J. L. DEAN, Prop. -Orlando, Fla.

of the trap was probably 99 is screwed. This goes through '
per cent. Later when the temperature the buttonhole of a collar without any I GSCCO ORLANDO
was lower, the trap's success was difficulty or' breaking of nails or ., FLORIDA! t
not so marked. This was accountedfor swearing on the part of the owner. I Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341.

by the fact that when the air is When the collar is on the peg is unscrewed -I Use REX BRAND Sweeping Corn-
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much colder than the manure heap the and the button remains. I pound and keep down the dust.

larvae will not attempt to leave the II I -- -

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If you have not found a et ant for Elder Spring Water. When ;you ,more"plum"satisfaction trees.-Fremont if they Messenger grew up into |i I WE DELIVER THE GOODS

C Colollial l ] HilI your room, there's no despairing and think of Elder Spring Water, seeVright. I'I I

m publishing scare headlines.the fact all There over are your just face as ., Phone 444. G-2-tf I The want ad.'s the thing. I Orlando Delivery and MesseogeiSeivice
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good tenants in the city as have ever 1
been gotten. The best way to reach I II i I Harley-Davidson TruckFOR

them is to place jour "For Kent" ad.
You hear about Co- in the paper that the tenants read. I ORLANDO ROOFINGAND j QUICK SERVICE

lonial Hills. In Orlando nearly every one takes the ;!
Daily Morning Sentinel and read the
You read about Colo- Sentinel want ads. ; SHEET METAL CO. PHONE 444
Get busy and send that ad. in today. !
nial Hills.

nial You Hills.talk about Colo- A REAL NECESSITY 1! Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, i i Good and Bad Cigar Stores j :

Vo individual with anything to sell j and Rubber Roofings .illMMIMMMiailliMMiMMMMMMIMMIIIIIIIMlOF
Sooner or later you or trade can successfully find a buyer:

will in Colonial or trader without the aid of the Sen- i
buy Cornices Skylights. Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings
tinel want ads. Remember that its
Hills. NOW! I The 14aLet:
Why not circulation represents five-sixths of I
the Orlando community.Get Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
It: will give you satis- t CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

faction and profit. I I II OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE .
the news In the Sentinel first. I II
I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
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Everything: screened,away from the flies, and kept fresh
CARL DANN and pure.
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i r- 'ft A SALE EVERY DAY\ IN JUNE! Isn't it typical o! this

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The Big Store is The Store ahead that does just the right thing

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The opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last May, n which

everyone said they never had bought goods so cheap before. WELL, THIS JUNE SALE will be as goodor

better than last year and that is saying a lot. We have over $100,000 worth of stock on hand now of the

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

turn its stock every season and while we have had a good season, we still have lots too much on hand I

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

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 is showing all the new things in Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles and models in the famous Modart Front Lace, La-
kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table 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 woman wears. 1
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OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the greatest assor.tOUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT has just received OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that 1
ment of foot wear :for Men, Women and Children in 1
South Florida. a great assortment of big bargains in the newest Headwear delight the heart of the I lady of the house, for she can get .J
of the season. everything to furnish and beautify her home from the 1
OUR GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT is a
marvel completeness for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT is well stocked in all x>f kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves j
Collars Ties, Uuderwear, The Famous Kuppenheimer the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use* and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Draperies '1
Line of in Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair
Suits. Clothmg., for Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware, and everything
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everything a man to wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to. '
else you can think of in large variety. This entire I
OUR GROCERY :DEPARTMENT has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was :J
. to eat' nd much Blouses, Hats and Array of cfoice merchandise is offered you now at savings -
things so fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Romper
had at other places. that are wonderful.DON'T .
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CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful! soft finish with
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ONE LOT SILKS, consits of 'I esse Foulards I
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shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price --------$1.19
SILK POPLINS full wide wide in black and fancy Taffeta and Silk '
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price'___________89c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to 51.50, Special to clean Crepes up in worth our June up
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75
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saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38 ------------------------------ _
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price $1.00
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CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, for this sale: :
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price _________________5Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
quality, June Sale Price _
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soft METIORS shimmering, 40'silk h.with a high, a radium beautiful fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _____:. ___________9oc select from, worth regular I 65c and 75c,
ish,black,white and all colors, $2.00 and $2.50 CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy special to clean up inour June Sale ------__25c:
quality, June Sale Price ----------------____$1.69 shades, 50c. quality ___*___________________.__42c

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i THE DAILY I ; Hoosier Editor Tells Of I
Veteran
South Florida SentinelMORNING THE WIND] UP SALEOF

AND WEEKLY
Orlando Race Fans In IndianaEditor
,. ::. GLENN .............._.....Editor
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w C. ESSINCTON .B tn Manager
OUR BUSINESS YEAR
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Entered at the poetoftice at Orlando. Flor- Sentinel: to "sit down!" had no more effect on
Second Class Mail Matter.
ida as
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES During my three trips to OrlandoI them than to sing psalms to a dead STARTS TODAY-FRIDAY

.. Dafly. 1 Year ........................ $5Daily. have met many good people and horse.
6 M Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 formed some valuable friendships. It
........... mad of any of the bunch. Otey was
Daily. 1 Month ............ .50
also Sale. books close July 1st. Our stocks must be reduced to
has always been my pleasure to do a the least. Rush betting root- This is a Pre-inventory Our
..................... was or
Weekly. \ Year 11.00 favor for a friend, and so when the ing for DePalma, the Italian driver their lowest ebb and our price reductions should do it. TEN DAYS is the allotted time. Dare you

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN good wives of Gray Rush and J. P. while Holbrook placed his hopes on miss this exceptional opportunity? EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. These are just a

t. ADVERTISERS: Holbrook commissioned me to guard Rista, the Englishman. When De few of our emphatic Reductions ?

and chaperon their husbands while Palma came under the flag a winner

adTtrtiainr Copy f.r moat display be handea and all in at other the hand-set tooinrosoffice. out on a "Northern lark," I gladly as- Rush was beside himself. When De EMBROIDERIES AND LACES READY-TO-WEAR

o( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... sumed the job, but realizing from the Palma and Rista had finished the
the day before puMication. This jvl applies LADIES SUITS
to changes for contract advertising: it U start that it was a strenuous task. caurse I tried to get the boys to go Are extremely fashionable, but their being
Invariable and will be strictly adhered teef' Rush and Holbrook and J. C. Otey, down out of the grand stand and cool None must be taken into stock.
so much in demand will not deter us from
f'-- Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued you know, came North to attend the off their nerves. "No, sah!" came IN SILKS-

the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be races at the Hoosier Speedway, and quick the answer, "we intend to see putting the knife into them deep. Regular $22.50, Sale ___________________*16..t''.
continued at the regular subscription rates from there went on to Detroit to en- this whole thing finished if it takes We quote a few specials 1 "-7'in. FlouncingsRegular Regular $ 5.00, Sale _________________SlT.til;

until Telephone notice Nsmb-r to stop .is...received................... joy the hospitality of the Ford and all summer." 65c. and 75c.,.Sale ______48c Regular $:;5.00. Sale __________________S2: :{ 4i. __
Regular 339.50, Sale ____________--____S24.4ti,
Hupmobile people. It was a pleasureto A few days when these fellows
ago 45'inSwiss Batiste, embroidered patterns IN 'WOOLS .
FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1915. have Rush and Holbrook at my left for the North the Sentinel proph- __ __ __ _______ .
in lengths of 5 yards. Regular$18.50, Sale ___ $14..
.home Sunday. That was easy. While esied that before they got back they Regular $ ;.50, Sale ----_------ ----__-$i:..J''>
Seems like Monday today, doesn't their nerves were a little tense, yetI would be speaking German, French Regular values, $8.75, $9.75 to Regular $_".00, Sale________--_____--__$17.4 ?

it? sobered them off by driving them and Italian. They have acquired these $12.75 for __________________4.96 Regular $40.00, Sale ____-_____________$24.i;
PALM: BEACH SUITS-
o out through cemetery.But languages by absorption and inspira- 2000 yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges .
our
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make Regular $. <>0. Sale____ __ $4.J>f;
The incompetent generally the task of my life came Mon- tion. And now I predict that when and insertions, all widths, values I up to o'?-:>C. Regular $12.50. Sale ____________________$!>.<*;
the most noise. day-the day of the races. I don't these men return to the "City Beauti- a yard. PALM BEACH MOTOR COATS

o think they slept any Sunday night, ful" that they will be seen trying Regular $12.50, Sale ---- _______________$9.96
What's the use of John Bull gettingon unheard of the 5 yards for ---- 46e., or lOc. a yard WOOL COATS
at least they were up Monday morn- some stunts on sand J. : A
the water wagon? Somebody ing before the crowing of the Hoosier dunes of Florida with their Fords, Other lines equally price facinating. Regular $12.50, Sale __-_______--_-____.$!).W;
it. Regular $14.50 Sale ___________________$10.4 i
", might torpedo roosters. They were about the first i Dodges and Hupmos.
o of the 60,000 who entered the gates, I I have done the best I could to keep
There should be a rule of the war and the last to leave. They wanted these fellows in the "straight and narrow SALE OF MILLINERY
de Chene .
In voiles OrgandiesWAISTCrepe ,
game that trenches regained the same the worth of their money and got it. I way," but the next time they go AND UNTRIMMED HATSDIMITY
Taffetas.THDDIED
day were not lost at all. At 10 o'clock, when the 24 speed away from home I would advise their Georgette Crepe, Pussy Willow

o demons were given the "go," was wives to go with them. In fact, I am BED SPREADS The strict policy of the store must be
The trouble with the most of the when these sports from the South lost "a heep" favorable to the ladies any- adhered to-"Nothang carried over from

advice is that it has generally been their heads. The feverish thrill was way and would prefer to entertain The ideal covering for hot weather. one season to another." These prices

offered at the wrong time. 1 so intense that their teeth chatteredlike them to the "stags." Come on, ladies! White, Regular $1.35, Sale ____$1.05 should make a complete clearance.

o I' a "Cracker" in a hailstorm. They WILL H. CRAIG. White, Regular, $1.50, Sale ____$1.23 Every trimmed hat in the store at one
The East may soon be getting its insisted on standing up, and the yells Noblesville, Ind., June 1.AN of three prices.
Sale I $1.43
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White Regular $1.75,
wine by tank ship from California, ----- No. 1, Values up to $5.00 _________.t98cNo. ,
via the Panama canal.-Columbus THEY'RE ALL ANNOUNCEMENT.Arrangements White' Regular I $2.00, Sale I -----$1.1':3 2, Values up to $7.50 ________$2.98

t Dispatch. COMING. have been made with White, Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93 No. 3, Values up to $20.00 ________$-1.98

o White, Regular, $3.00, Sale ____$2.43 Every untrimmed shape in the store at
"Orlando will play host to the Cen- Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr whereby he
,. Certainly we get sense as we grow Colored Stripes one of four prices.
older. Every man can remember tral Florida Highway Association, re- will write a weekly musical review No. 1, Values up to $1.25 ___________50c
Regular $1.75, Sale ___________$1.39
< when he wanted a revolver and a cently formed at Kissimmee," says for the Sentinel. The first of these No. 2 Values up to $2.50 __________$1.00
1 Sale I ___________$9.46
.. mandolin. the South Florida Sentinel. A large articles will appear in the Sunday Regular $2.90, No. 3, Values up to $4.00$1.75

o number of good roads boosters from Sentinel, June 13. In his inimitable Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$_.96 No. 4, Values up to $8.50 ____-$3.75
e How easily could get a good
you various places will be present at the manner Mr. Carr will throw into the
looking front lawn, if you could only meeting on June 10, and among them feature his personality and his thor- TABLE LINENA
make the believe it was the
;> grass will be a number of automobile loads ough knowledge of music, local, na- R[AOY-TO WEAR ;
back yard. department without Regular $1.00, Sale ______86c
from St. Petersburg. Central Floridais tional and international. He is per-
.- 0 rival. We ask for a comparison Regular $1.15, Sale ______98c
doing big things in the way of road sonally acquainted with many of the
Some restaurants seem to think -that's all. Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.26
building, and the gathering in Orlando theatrical and musical leaders in this LINGERIE DRESSESin
that a lot of flies hanging around for Regular 50c. Sale________36c Regular $1.75, Sale _:__$1.46
will likely add to the enthusiasmthat and foreign countries. There is no
a feast is a demonstration that the Linen Batistes, OrRegular 75c., Sale ______5Gc Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56
is shown in keeping the good one in the state better equipped to Silks, ,
food is good. None must be taken Regular 85c., Sale_______66c Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.96into
work before the public.TimesUnion. discuss musical happenings, events, gandies. -
o and the many and varied phases of stock. PURE LINEN NAPKINS, per Dozen .
One argument in favor of equal .
o music than Mr. Carr. He will not restrict :Muslin Linge50rie Dresses Sale ___96c Sale
$1.25 Regular $2.00 __
suffrage is that then all our wife'srelatives Sale ____$4.46 Regular $1.56
Conscription is somewhat abhorrentto himself to one subject but Regular $7.
would at least have to go any Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.26 Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.96
the British mind, but unless the response his review will include those matters Regular $12.50,
home to vote.
for recruits for the army is dear to the hearts of musical fovers. Linen Dreses

.' 0 better now than it has yet been, it Watch for this new feature. Regular _7.50, Sale ___$4.46 :
Some amateurs never seem to real- Sale ___$7.96 Wash 'Goods
may be resorted to. Conscription in o Regular $12.50,
ize that make .
a poem on peace can
Britain would almost certainly, although Florida is always sending some- Silk Dresses
an editor fighting mad.-Pittsburgh not necessarily, be followed by thing to market for the feeding of the Poplins, Crepe de Chine, THESE ARE SPECIALS IN

Gazette-Times. conscription in Canada. Every man nation. She is now sending peachesand Radium, etc., etc. WHITES AND- COLORS
.-....-.. 0I in Canada fit for service can demon- watermelons. She has just fin- Regular $8.75, Sale ____$5.96 1500 yards Lawns and Ba tistes and Crepes, 27-30in,
Things we don't care to be-a blind strate that it is not necessary by en- ished sending oranges, grapefruit, Regular $16.50, Sale$9.96 Values up to 15c.6 yards for 59c; 8 yards for 78c

Orlando tiger, a knocker, Dr. Dern- listing.Stratford (Ont.) Beacon, of strawberries and pineapples. Every EXTRA SPECIAL IN 2500 yards Voiles, Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40, in

I burg, or Ralph DePalma running 90 May 29th. month in the year she is sending out UNDER'VEARl1ites and Floral effects, values up to 35c..

,miles. per hour. o her sweets and her substantials.- 2 dozen fine Muslin Conbina- 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36

o Get the news in the Sentinel first. Ocala Banner. tions- 2000 yards Organdies, Voiles, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-42 in., ,
The June bridegroom who marries $1.50 to $3.00 at i/j price in white and colors, values up to 75c. yard.
merely a pretty face will live to find .
See Special Table Underwear. 5 yards for $2.46
himself wed to a powder puff.-Baltimore -

American.The THE, CAIN OFNotice NO EGIETS
o Min's: F1.LrJl.ishingsUARTSCUAffNtR& :
man who does not advertise be-
cause he doesn't know how to writean PALM BEACH SUITS
should quit eating MARX CLOTHING
advertisement
Regular $6.00 Suits for 4$4.90
because he can't cook.
o NEED NO EULOGIES-TOO WELL KNOWN-NOTE Regular $8.00 Suits for _______$6.50

Chicago tailors suggest that mem- THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for _______$6.90

bers of the city council should wear EVERY 20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .f 1 j-Jo Regular $10.00 Suits for ______$7.50

evening dress at their sessions. Who EVERY 22.50 SUIT FOR . . . . .51a.4t>

;. says that humor is dead? EVERY 25.00: SUIT FOR . . . . .$17.i PALM BEACH TROUSERS
o EVERY $30.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$19. Regular $3.00for _________+_$2.50 '
One comforting reflection is that of BOYS' SUITS

course the neighbor women may be THE FAMOUS "RIGHT POSTURE" MAKE. WORSTED TROUSERS

mistaken in their estimate of any giv- REGULAR 6.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$4.25 ,

en man.-Ohio State Journal. REGULAR $8.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$5.00 Made from fine grades of Botany and

o REGULAR 10.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$6.00 Merino Wools, newest styles.

Efforts to bind men to .your inter- BOYS' PANTS Regular $4.00 for ____________$2.90
ests through gratitude are generally
unsuccessful, because gratitude is not REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . . . . .$1.10 Regular $5.00 for ____________$3.75

a common characteristic among men. REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . . . . .$1.20 Regular $6.00 for ____________$4.75

o REGULAR 2.50 FOR . . . . . .$1.75 Regular $7.00 for _________4-_$5-25

That after dinner speaking course

for Annapolis students must be to HATS MEN'S OXFORD SHOES
train the future admirals in the art STRAW
of talking agreeably without saying Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords, e

anything.In Every Straw Hat in the store reduced. Note $3.50 for _________________$2.90 .

o WE HAVE LEASED THE NEW SHOW ROOM: NOW these drops and'ake advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25
Kansas they are worrying about
getting enough harvest hands. The< BEING BUILT BY MR. HOVEY AT ORANGE AYE- EVERY $2.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$1.50 White Canvas Oxfords, $3.50

FOR . . . .$1.75 for $3.25Gun
unemployed have been thoroughly EVERY $2.50 STRAW -----------------------
NUE AND JACKSON STREET, AND WILL OCCUPY . . .1.90
warned about the dangers of going EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . Metal Tan Oxfords, $4.00

into that state. EVERY $4.00 STRAW"FOR . . . .$?75 for ______________________ $3.90
WILL
o SAME SOON AS COMPLETED THEREFORE EVERY $5.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$3.MEN'S .40)

Back yard farming is said to cut.I NOT MAKE ANY ALTERATIONS OR OCCUPY SHOWROOM HANDKERCHIEFSONE OXFORD SHOES FOR :MEN
the cost of living. Also the para- Stitched
Hemmed
Linen
Pure
LOT
graphers of the country couldn't get AT ORANGE AND PINE STREETS. SPECIAL VALUE FOR 25c., FOR{ .18c Black and Tan Kid Oxfords, $5
along without it for a single season. EXTRA for 3.90
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-Detroit News. SPECIALS !
Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
Every day during the sale we will put on 'an
fords, $5.00 for _______ -_____$3.90 ,
Editor C. E. Howard of the Orange "EXTRA SPECIAL" item. :
County Citizen is a poor prognosticator GOODEN & SCHNARR WATCH THE WINDOWS Gun Metal and Tan Russia Oxfords -

: "Tomorrow, Orlando's first' MEN'S AND BOYS' RAINCOATS $6.00 for -----------$4.90
Thursday half holiday. Bet it rains!" Black and Tan Kid Oxfords
This was dashed off Wednesday after- BOYS REGULAR 4.00 FOR . . . .$ .25 ,
It didn't.From MEN'S, REGULAR 6.50 FOR . . .$o.40 $6.50 for -----------------$5.25
noon. MEN'S REGULAR $8.50 FOR . . . .$6.90 Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf

o MEN'S REGULAR 12.50 FOR . . .9.90 Oxfords, $6.50 for $5.25
the deepest depth of the I ---------

ocean to the highest height of the AGENTSOur

land is about 60,000 feet, or some- Demonstrator has been shipped
a; King "Eight" CO.
Dickson-Ives
: thing like the distance a fellow's best
girl makes him feel there is between and we expect same to arrive first of next week. n.

her Journal.merit and his deserts.Milwaukee -I "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE" ORLANDO FLORIDA



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GRANDTODAY 1111111111111111111111111.1 Academy, at College Park, Ga., I PROVING OF GREAT

(@rlauhn Snrietj iiFAVORTE THEATRE ; has returned home. lie will take INTEREST
care of his father's local insurance A '?

Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission i ir.IIIII.llllllaal..III' while the latter looks after two state The great June sale of the Yowell-
insurance agencies of which he has Duckworth company opened up "1 a
ON THE SOCIAL CALENDAR cream and cake, each plate decorated 5 Centa
{ charge. Wednesday morning on schedule time. A
with fragrant pink and white four- i *
fhurs June 3. The big store was filled with bargains
o'clocks. x
Annual picnic for pupils of St. Joseph's The move that has been made to from "cellar to garret," and outside ;
Mrs. S. E. Ives invited the club to
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4 Academy.Twentieth
TODAY'S PROGRAM place the beautiful Confederate monu- long before the doors were opened
Century Club, Mrs. M. O. ;have and social afternoon
a picnic on
Dovel hostess. 5-Big Reels-5 ment in Eola park is highly commend- crowds were gathering: to take advantage -
Friday, June 4. (Wednesday, the 16th, at her home on Broncho." "The Chinatown Mys .able, as a fine setting of water and of the exceptional values whichare
Gore tery. A drama, in two parts.
Anniversary reception for Dr.and Mrs. avenue. will enhance the
t greenery greatly being offered.
I The annual election resulted'as follows Beauty. Comedy, "Mrs. Cook'sCooking.
Stagg, 8 o'clock, at Presbyterian -
." beauty of the white marble monu- All day long the store was throngedwith
lecture room. : President, Mrs. W. H. Robertson DANIEL FROHMANPresents Pathe. "Exploits of Elaine." The :ment. It needs just such a back- customers, and the present
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GOLF I ; vice-president, Mrs. J. B. Ma- seventh episode of Elaine, in two
TOURNAMENT ground. promises to be one of the most successful -
gruder; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. parts. Don't fail to see this episode,
YESTERDAY. of the famous June sales of
it each
as gets more interesting epi-
i IW. Sr: Coleman. Those the
Yesterday afternoon the first of the enjoying HAZEL DAWNIn sode. We also have a good comedy. Misses Laura L. Lewter and JennieE. the Yowell-Duckworth company.
I!'afternoon were Mesdames Hudson, Admission, children 5c., adults lOc.
series of ten golf tournaments was Baas will leave soon for Tallahassee -
Robinson, Dovell, Branch,
played at the Country Club links anda I j jMagruder, to take a six weeks' course of } An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a
Whitman, Ives, Robertson, and Misses
large number of enthusiastic golf- I leave. They are always sure of a training for teachers. safe investment __
Eunice Ives and Hope Starbuck.
ers competed for the three prizes of- hearty welcome upon their return in -- -
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charge. at 0. =:
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The first'prize, a silver loving cup, I SOUTHERN STATES WOMAN\ Ind. [F A reo
SUFFRAGE CONFERENCE.Chief .
was won by Mr. Louis Dolive, with a --0-
net score of 72. The second prize Justice Walter Clark, of A MERRY PARTY
was a tie between Dr. J. W. Stagg I I North Carolina, is authority for the LAST NIGHT.

and A. C. Hart, net scores of 73; this statement that, "Under the constitu- Miss Elizabeth Robinson entertained

prize being a dozen new golf balls. ,I tion of the United States woman. twenty-four boys and girls last even-

The third prize, a pair of golf shoes, equally with man, is eligible to any ing at the home of her parents, Capt.

was won by Mr. P. C. McNeil, with a I office from that of president or judge, and Mrs. B. M. Robinson, on East
net score of 75. of the supreme court down. In fact, Jackson street. Games were played Q )
Play commenced at about 2 o'clock I women have held many positions un- and elegant refreshments were served.
and continued throughout after- der the government, postmasters and The youngsters had the time of their

noon, and quite a large crowd of spec- other positions, including, I believe, lives and voted Miss Robinson a royal
tators were on hnad to witness the collector of internal revenue. To the hostess. Several in the party were
contest. Below is given the names of credit of the makers of that instru-. from out of the city.

the contestants and scores: ment, they wrote into it nothing -
HIGH IN HER
'Names. Sc. Hcp.NetP. branding one-half of the race with the TO PANAMA-PACIFIC ADMIRATION
C. McNeil ____________83875 stigma of inferiority to share in the EXPOSITION.Miss o It comes from being used to admir-
Louis Dolive ____________80- 8-72 The word 'male' does ing beautiful things in the shape of 0
Dr. J. W. Stagg _________831073C. government. Eva McQuatere left this We .
B. Robinson _________881078T. not appear as a requirement of com- week for Oakland, Cal., where she cut glass from our emporium.
P. Warlow ___________93-12-81 petency to hold any office. Yet there will visit Mrs. Alexander, formerlyMiss force this habit on all the ladies because -
A. R. Wrenn ____________971285Jos. are those who believe that society will of the remarkable specimenswe
L. Guernsey ________931479S. Maurine Berry, of this city.
In the Fanciful Comedy before them. They also
K. Guernsey _________951481S. resolve into original chaos, if within Miss\ McQuaters will take in the at- put appreciate !_
Y. Way -____________103-18-85 their own states, woman is permittedto "NIOBE"An tractions of the big expositions at our prices because they are
J. D. Barnes ___________ 991881T. hold the smallest office. and San Francisco and so reasonable. :
II. Evans ___________ 951877Jas. Exceptional Production. San Diego "
L. Giles -__________107-20-87 --0- other places of interest in the Golden ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
S. W. Howe __-_______1012081A. GRADUATES IN State. She will be absent from Or- Ib ,
L. Cole _____________110-20-90 STATE SCHOOL. -** **- lando until faIL = _
M. O. Overstreet _______1022082L. I
B. Giles _____________116-25--91 Invitations to the annual commence- ri -
C. G. Westcott1162591 :ment have been received by numerous MISS BRANHAMTO r Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar
Walter, Essington ______121-25-96 Orlando people from faculty members ALABAMA.Miss \ .
J. C. Lawton ___________ioilg83 ''as well' as students of the Florida I
A. Haden --___________114-25-89 Elizabeth Branham, the accomplished :i PATTON'S SUN PROOF PAINT
A. C. Hart _____________ 91-18-73 State College for Women. The exer- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. 1Aurf -
--0- cises will be held June 9, at 8 o'clock, G. Branham, left yesterday after- J'
W. C. T. U NOTESBY at the Auditorium in Tallahassee. The FOUR ACTS noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for f ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co I

MRS. J. M| PEDRICK.The candidates for graduation are twenty- 10 cents 20 cents Auburn, Ala., where she will be the 205 S. Orange Avenue
annual "flower mission" ser- seven in number, and there are two guest of friends. Miss Branham will i

vice will be held in the ladies parlorof candidates for certificates in expres- be away nearly all summer and she Phone 261
the Methodist church Friday Afternoon sion. For the normal school degree, is expecting to have a most delightful

at 3:30 o'clock. :Mrs. W. W. teachers' course, there are eleven and beneficial outing. I
Wright will have this meeting in graduates, and six for the kindergarten a Pratt &. Lambart's "61" Floor Varnish
The ROOf GARDNTODAY [ Pat ton's Velumina, the Modern Wall
course. young ladies attend-
charge, as she is the flower mission I SOCIETY NOTESOF ;
.. superintendent. Let every one bring ing from Orlando are the Misses Min- INTEREST.Mr. ,ty ) Finish.
Harris VITKALITE, the long life Enamel
flowers. I na Dorothy Slemons, and El-
DeLaney Way, who graduated COLEMAN & RHAN
The "literature" meeting held in j I beth Mulholland.
the Presbyterian church :May 27th -0WOMEN'S -

was well attended and very much enjoyed -:' \ FEDERATION I
1I-
by those present. Mrs. J. L. (I DISCUSSES :MANY MATTERS.

Guernsey was the leader. :Mrs. Portland, Ore., June 3.-The council -
I "THE TORRENT"An FRANK A. CURTIS! Ullll/lM/ R. Q'NEAL
Benschbach gave a reading. Mrs. of the General Federation of Wo ,

Story read an article on good litera- I men's Clubs began today what promises I astounding dramatic spec-
ture, how to use it, etc. The meet- 'I to be the busiest session of the Established 1886
ing closed with a talk on kind of lit- I present meeting. Addresses and discussions tacle in two parts.

erature to be used in our work and I! were on the program and the --
"A SHOT IN THE DARK"A
how to use it effectively. The ladies' i(subjects included conservation, home

quartette sang twice in response to I economics, agriculture; minimum- Military Drama. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
encore. The committee on refresh- 'wage, eugenic marriages, prison reform -
ments were Miss Lizzie Matthews, public health and plans for the
Mrs. :Manuel, Mrs. Forage, and Mrs. next biennial convention of the fed-
I lam rick. Many posters telling tem- eration to be held at New York. LOANS
"HE FELL IN THE PARK"
perance truths were placed about the -
room by Mrs. II. T. Sanders. BACK TO Nestor Comedy. .

--0-- (THE NORTH.Mr. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Eddie Lyon, Victoria Forde Lee
THE TWENTIETH and Mrs. L. II. Gedge and fam- ,

CENTURY CLUB. ily expect to leave today for Petos- Moran.A .

The Twentieth Century Club was key, Mich\ where they will spend the
entertained on the spacious screened summer.months. This popular family
porch at the home of Mrs. M.\ O. have been coming south for a num-

Dovell yesterday afternoon, the read- ber of years to spend the winters at beautiful Silk Parasol given
ing being Act V. of Tennyson's Queen their pretty home on Hillcrest, and
Mary. The hostess, assisted by :Miss many friends will regret to see them away at nine o'clock. For aleHouse

Mildred Dovell, served delicious ice (Continued in fourth column)

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10 cents 5 cents eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

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you e eyour' Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $4500.00. A bargain'

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Purest and freshesDrugs J ( PEACH COBLER
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CHOCOLATE
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VANILLAICE

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Do you want to be SURE that your prescription.. will IN THE WORLDTheHardware.Storeon

be filled right ?
OUR OWN MAKE

Then bring them to us. Not only are we careful about .

the right quantity but also about the quality of the com the Corner

pounds we use. OPEN TILL 11 EVERY

When those dear to your heart are ill take no chances.Do NIGHT

your drug business with us.
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HOLDS I SPRAYINGFor
Taft, Fla, various substances used to keep
Bray, of Oshkosh, I i away moths, such as tobacco camphor White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
I .
the McKnight The annual napthalene cones or balls,tarred secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites
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street, which she 'X j the Florida paper, and cedar chips, have no effect j infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
winter home at ,I for the Compound.
permanently when 1|[I was held if the eggs are already present in the I These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
with our I clothes. Entomologists in the depart- be done at one and the same time. This w.absolutely -
Jlrs. \Yo E. :\ the exchange ment therefore recommend a thor- insure clean trees and bright fruit. r?
:Mrs. H. D. 1 I Winter Ha- ough beating shaking and brushingof Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing:;
daughter, Evelyn I Other all articles likely to attract moths cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
idents but now of you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
before they are laid for the
away
I
Rev. W. E.
charge of the j I YiCe-presi-1 summer. The brushing of garments
place, are in town is especially important in order to re- 1. 'SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers
for a few weeks 'II T. Haizlit move eggs which may have escaped ,
and enjoying the F. J. Skelly; notice. If the articles are quite free Orlando, Florida
and pleasures of j l ; attorney, W. from eggs or larvae when laid away
here a while there :\ the odor from the various repellants JIW
factory to the the reorgani- already mentioned or from cedar - --- -
The Ladies' Aid much busi- chests and wardrobes will serve to
at the chapel next to keep the moths away. This odor.
They will also I The however lessens with age so that the CAREY HAND
; McKnight I monthly pe- protection it affords is greatly de-
evening. All I day of each creased after a few years. For this ,
dimes. Herbert end. Board reason when furs and other valuable
FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
:
from Pitman, N. I held on the garments are wrapped in tarred pa-
called by the : I I month in- f>er or placed in sacks of tarred paper !) EMBALMERAll
his father, J. II. I of the these containers should be renewed
When reading I from July 31 every year or two.

wave crops and in the fruits. I their seats THE REXALL NEWS-HAVE YOU calls answered Promptly Dayor
der why all the Pinellas SEEN IT?
pack up and .1 of Sarasota, Night. Hand Block.
frosts are a rarity i l of Ar- Ever see the Recall News? Well
and crops growing I E. E. Stew- you've missed something good. The Orlando Florida.
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: and a nice warm I county. News is a live little monthly gotten ,
the year. : I out by X. J. Merck's Drug Store,
PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
not know about it. I : ) filled from cover to cover with inter-
:
What is it that I esting and useful facts. Mr. Merck
apples growing in a small distributes them free of charge. Have I
Tompkins has an I be fitted to you called for yours? 'If not, don't I
yard three years j rubber bulb .fail to get it before they are all gone.
ples on it, nearly I cracking. You won't regret the time it cost to o WL f-
eggs and several I j useful- I step in and get it after you have A REPEATING
The rain is time. looked it over. ICU t{1'I (
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new road ---- --- -- --
I SHOT GUN
laid about half
AND RETURN
.. and the grading I I a, FOR Is all right for hunting
long distance |
wild But for
game.
ers. We think I Ae1 YoUi.
hunting business we find
when the road is the most efficient means
pecially the auto 8US E.5S
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to beGOOD
to pick their way VIA -
GOODS. GOOD
on any old road j LINE" f, F1 SERVICE AND I.OWJUICES.
2'n. ,
guessing as to I } .
also to pry out of I
I j I LINE FROM: JACKSONVILLE Again we call :your attention Tampa Special for hen: ,
i and :Mo-Life for horses and mules.
meals and stateroom berth
A dog doesn't
to hear the \j Good on any Ship The Co-Operative Produce Co.
some other ': Return Limit October 31st
been discovered. I EXCURSIONS W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447

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schedule and further particulars
) WHEN YOU SEE
Elder Spring Florida Passenger Agent THE VERY LATEST IDEAS
think of Elder Pier 1, Foot of Liberty. ,

Wright. Phone Jacksonville, Florida In Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. We also
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++ carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.

I Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted on

\ "postcarditis." Just now we have some very new ideas in

$31.50 birthday and general greeting cards.
Louisville I f All Around :
and retm \v. S. BRANCH
Low rates to all : ,
H.Suit C. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

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quality A. YANCY, Manager
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Stoves and Gen- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
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Florida and Western Meats

House Furnishings
Oysters: Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.'

I ; Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
all the year far below
f Business 135 '.P. O. BOX 226
t To the < special sales. A call l PHONES l Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. "

i', Men of you. .

t'. and When gets a his good I -

f a flying start : WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ?
Likewise a .. .
g collar and shiny To Our Cust( 'rne1."
; homes the fresh
i local pride cannot Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in
f.-' merchants'sales soft pleasing colors or a white and blue wool and fibre

i same size,
Do you use Aluminium Ware?
t Dutch HAND & SON See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
: Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutely ,
r. I House Furnishers free.
F, and Dutch Boy CallFINLEY'S '
r dealer cheap in today.the long I i PIONEER

r and see our Premium Table.

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"-.4umbeJLa1h $ and Shingles: SENTINEL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING Lake Site 1

Today's Sentinel is replete with the

advertisements of most of the mer- I

WANTS chants of Orlando, and there are some I

i : HAIR LUMBER rare shopping opportunities containedin II I
'
these advertisementshich care-
ful and discriminating buyers will Two

The Morning Sentinel Want readily grasp. Read all the advertisements :
Directory is the Greatest Want
ORiCAJSTDO Ad Medium in Orlando. carefully.
, Real Bargains I
Terms Cash in Advance. BUYERS AND SELLERS
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeTIJE RATES estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla. 136
For One Day ______________25t over 30 years. Have handled over acres with beautiful fron-
For Three Days ____________SOc $20,000,000. Call and. see mi.lM tage on two lakes. Knock Out.
For Six Days ______________75c -3m F. A. LEWTER.
For One Month ____________$ .50 >$15 per acre.
This rate applies on all ads of HOME BAKING OF ALL KINDS
25 words or less. If the ad con- Orders solicited for anything need- 60 acres, mile off brick road.
WANT YOU TO GET PERFECTVI tains more than 25 words the rate ed in that line. Received first awardat
will be one cent per word for Subtropical Midwinter Exposition.Can Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in- please the most fastidious. Mrs.
sertion.If M. E. McPhern, 915 Kuhl avenue. $20.00 per acre.
GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to Phone 612. 6-4-U
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
TO EXCHANGE See E. B. Bradley Quick.
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. Best close in lots at Pine Castle
for light second hand car. Pine Castle

r. Every Home-Every Business Realty Co. 5-30-6tc

Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,

OUR DESIRE .
Located in the Arcade
BuildingAll
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FOR SALE tf tkn! Block PHONE SO4
Very nearly every gas consumer is our' satisfied work guaranteed and neatly -
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, 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; exceptionalvalue This is the place to have your
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas.
good word for their gas service. 5-8-lmoc old clothes made new.
Dr. S. S.
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Jones

OUR ADVICETo FOR SALE-My Cadillac car. Price dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

$250. Dr. Porter, 403 Magnolia pressed _____________40c. CHIROPRACTOR
bring about this desirable condition, the Company avenue. 6-3-Gtc All Palm Beaches scrubbed 18 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College;: 17 and
... building; phone
advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete FOR SALE-Coca-Cola vending ma- and pressed ____________SOc 209. Intelligent people everywhereare

and appliances that are now behind these days of chine. Capacity 5 dozen bottles. Mohair suits pressed ______25c. being restored to health by chiro-
ranges Cost $150. Will sell for $25. Can be
practic adjustments, the new scienceof
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as seen at Ramki's Bottling Works. Jno.S. removing the cause of disease. Examination -
McCamy. 6-2-6t* a trial and be convinced. free.
wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you Clothes called for and delivered. 1224lmoOSTEOPATH

will be surprised to see the changes for the better that FOR SALE My famous Duroc Jer-
sey hog (The Shrew), with pigs. -- -
have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc. Also my Duroc-Poland China boar Phone 613.
(Beechy-Wootsie). Will sell both for
OUR OFFER $40 NOW. Also Berkshire and Poland DoctorsBliekiiiaslcr
China shoats, 4 months old, $6.50a
I head. C. E. Filbert, Pine Castle.
Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew 5-30-6t & Bnindasc DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin Office corner Orange Avenue and

operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story OSTEOPATHS church St, Davis & McNeil Bldg,
Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
offer them: to you at very low prices and on the easiestof cottage, seven rooms and bath, Phone 419.
modern conveniences roomy porches, Kirksville, Mo.
terms.ORLANDO. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
2-23-tf National Bank. Phone 578.

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FOR RENT PHONE 646 Picnic PartiesShould

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
the for
Yancey. 3-28-tfc get good things
WATER & LIGHT CO| FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- their lunches of us.
Three furnished!: rooms and bath, in
Greylynne, 3 East Robinson avenue. BARNARD & SON PIMENTO CHEESE
GAS DEPARTMENT Also, for sale, a gasoline oil tank, 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
120 gallons with Bowser pump, all 12-10-lm CREAM CHEESE

new. POTTED MEAT .
E. R. HOTALING,
C-2-3t* 3 E. Robinson Ave. PORK AND BEANS

--2 WANTED Orlando Wood Yard CRACKERS

BREADBUTTER

WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any Removed from Pine St. two blocks
variety: ,but must not be mixed. Will
pay $1. a per thousand at my packinghouse north on Railroad, west end Wash- JAM
in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres "
JELLY
ton. 6-3-d&w-tf ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

all times. HONEY :
WANTED-To rent house by the
year. Must be modern, have sleeping GRAPE JUICE
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY COir porch about five or six rooms.and LEMONS

must location he and well rent located in answer., close in.Address State B. W. KINGSLEY
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Resident, care the Sentinel. ;-La-tf

WINTER GARDEN FLA. PHONE 3UDON'T
WANTED By: a lady position as CARUTIIfRS & GORE
stenographer, or office work. Ad-
dress C. J., care Sentinel. C-2-t: *

. I WANTED TO EXCHANGE house. Hew Modern G Grocery f
and lot in Gainesville for real estate II y
Can supply your want in every- of equal value in or near Orlndo. Ad- WORRY .
dress J.1.. Sellers, 618 W. Central Phone
avenue. G-2-3t* 200
thing to eat and wear. New things

WIDOW WANTS position as house- 6 and 8 East Pine St.
.
keeper, at once. Will work for ,
and good things always Give If are disappointedabout
us small wages and pleasant home. Address you ;
Box C, Sentinel, or phone C56. getting a new Eas- ,

a trial. 6-2-Gtc ter Suit,we can put your

WANTED POSITION young man old one in good condi-

having fifteen years experience in tion for just such occas $40.70
department stores desires position
where ability and merit would war- ions.
rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY LOST-One bicycle wheel, between ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. TO
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please
line.return to Morton Jones & Son, bus :? Dry Cleaning New York andPhiladelphia '
5-13-tf Steam Cleaning

LOST-Nose glasses, with chain Pressing and Repairing
somewhere between Orange and W.
1 Pine. Reward. 613 West Pine St.
G-2-3tc AND RETURN
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FOUND-A mileage book. Owner From ORLANDOVIA
may have same by paying for this Cut Flowers
advertisement. Inquire at Sentinel .
Pure Ice Creat11 office. .

and Plants
TO ECII.-\XGE-For house and lot
in Orlando, 'lake front 1 mile fromr Atlantic Coast LineStandard
" I road and brick road; 12 acres, 9
st. to budded trees two years ago; 3 Floral Designs
When you want PURE ICE For acres unimproved; extra good land. Railroad of the South
CREAM\ call for HAND'S. If Party Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc

you don't believe that we take Club Umbrellas recovered and repaired Tickets sold daily. Final limit

the greatest care in its manuWe make Ice Cream from "while you wait," at Young's Repair October 31st.
our Stopovers.Variable .
Church Social Sbon. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc -
Violet Dell Florist.
facture come up and watch us
tubercular
tested cows. All .. routes.
make it. You will be surprised School 1 Social TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
cans, moulds and everything
repairs of all kinds done
at the care every detail is given. For reservations call on
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; J. H. CARUTHERS i
used in the manufacture of
Any kind you want, any time our Lodge screen doors and windows a specialty' ; D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
I want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly sterile garages, office fixtures; window and Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
you PicnicOrder door frames made to order. Get our
from a quart up. ized. prices. 18 East Church street. A Orlando
postal will bring us. 5-10-lmo
You are cordially invited to
Hands Pure CLINT BASSPHONE
inspect our factory at any SHOE HOSPITAL

time. Ice Cream' No. 8 E. Church St.-C. F. Bouton. 375WestJefferson
Bring your repairs to the Shoe Hos- -t
pital for repairs. I pay parcel post Street
one way.%
Men's half soles, sewed__________SOc. Successor to
Men's half soles, nailed ________ 60c-
ICE Ladies half soles, sewed ________ 60c. Hand Wood CompanyWood
HANDS CREAM CO. Ladies' half soles, nailed _______ 45c. ,
Leather heels ________-_________ 20c. DR. L. H. RAMSDELu
Rubber heels, all kinds ______'__ 40c. of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST
Shoes repaired while you wait. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson PROMPT SERVICE
'A Street
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
IF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring
PRICE
Water. Phone Wright, 444. REASONABLE AND DO ALL KINDS OF
6-2-3t OPTICAIREPAIRING



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Enjoy yourself see the Wild West
0s Q show Thursday, Fair Grounds. 30-ttc THE KEY To SUCCESS

Mr F. R. Breedow, a popular citizen /!
of Glenwood, was a visitor to Or- S/ MONEY IN THEASKANYMAN

s Indo jesterday.Jlrs. .
vC s '

i \V. J. Campin expect to leave a 4BANK ,

today for Rocheter, N. Y., where she
will remain until fall. CCti \
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Mrs. Eugene White one of Taft's -, "
estimable ladies, spent yesterday in '
Orlando, the guest of friends. ;(
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f Mr. Louis Wellhouse president of .. .
-i r 7 the United Paper company. Atlanta, J *. .
$. Ga., is spending today in Orlando, a .. -

ka guest at the San Juan. .- s.
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"Do not put off for tomorrow IF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring ..
Water. Phone Wright, 444. ,
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; what you should do to- 6-2-3t / ; /

day"-for tomorrow never .:. .
WHO IS ?
comes! Mr. H. E. Swabey, one of Kissim- SU'CCES5FULHELL
mee's energetic citizens, spent last
evening in the city, attending a meeting TELL YOU.

Doing is the great thing. The man of Seminole Encampment.Miss ,' ,- ._.. :. Llfr. -

who acts accomplishes. It may be
too late if you wait. \Vhy not de- Dorothy Slemons is expected
home today from Tallahassee where
posit a dollar today and start on the she has been attending the State College :::OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

acticve road to prosperitythousands for Women. Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
-'
are traveling happily that way. started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit

Put aside a little a week and see how Messrs. J. D. Bustard and Harry now; in a few years you will be the man ready with
Kleman, well known business of
men
easily, faithfully and steadily your the money.!
Roanoke, Va., were in Orlando yesterday -
account grows. business We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
on a trip.
put in our bank and compound the interest every three .

THE STATE BANKOF Mr. M. O. Overstreet and familyare months.
going over to the coast today
ORLANDO, FLORIDA where they will spend the next several -
weeks enjoying the delights of

bathing and fishing.Mr. The Peoples National Bank .


J. Ralph Peebles, general man- "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroad,
left yesterday afternoon for Atlanta
- ---- ---- Ga., where he win several
--- -- -- --- ---- --- -- spend days
CRIMINAL COURT HAS AD A SUCCESSFUL TILLER OF THE looking after business matters.
JOURNEDThe SOIL
.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Baldwin, who
Orange county criminal court Mr. G. P. Featherstun, who with have been in Orlando for some time

of record, which has been in session his wife resides just south of the city, were among those leaving yesterday'or I IMiMIIIIIMt''. MIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIMMIIIItMllllllllllllliUmifita
since Monday, May 24, finished its near Lake Holden, is truly a success Lansing, Mich., where they will
business and adjourned yesterday ful tiller of the soil. Mr. Feather- spend the summer.
x morning.The stun moved to Orange county the first
attention of the court was occupied of October from Plant City in Hills- Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles Hall were

most of the day with the trial borough county, where he had been among the departures yesterday THE NEW FAWA TWIN-SIX
of J. R. Johnson, charged with cheat- engaged in trucking for fifteen years, morning, taking the Atlantic Coast
ing. Jury trial; verdict, guilty. Sentence and at once sought out a desirable Line for Jacksonville, where they will
not yet pronounced.Other spot where he might continue to pur- make a short stop, and then visit
cases disposed of since last sue his chosen vocation. That he se- points in North Carolina before goingto

report were: lected wisely is proven by the daily their home in Owasso, Mich. FULLY EQUIPPEDThe
Ed. Williams, cruelty to animals, visits of his wagon to Orlando loaded
$50 and costs, or four.months on the with choice products fresh from his Mrs L. H. Todd, who has been
road. farm. For some days; he has been delivering spending the winter and spring sea-
Gus Rockwell and Jake Banks, gam- fine tomatoes and corn to the son with her daughter Mrs. J. A. Ab- best value
bling; verdict, guilty; costs of court, merchants which finds a ready sale berger, at her home on the corner of ever producedin
or thirty days. here on account of the quality. Mr. Church and Liberty streets, left last
L. D. Chadwick, permitting gam- Featherstun is a practical farmer, the night for Philadelphia, Pa., where she high grade MOTOR CARS
bling; verdict, guilty; $100 and costs, kind that always succeeds. will spend the summer months.Mr. .
or three months. Like all others who wish to keep in
Joe Kirkland, assault and battery; touch with the happenings in Orange and Mrs. J. W. Fisher are on
verdict, guilty; four months: county he has the Daily Sentinel to their way to the Pacific coast, with For Orlando .
Booker T. Miller, highway robbery; visit his home. San Francisco as their destination.

two and a half years in the state pen They will stop in Asheville and then $2,725.00

itentiary.W. ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL IMPROVE go to the Golden State, where they
Albritton* secreting with in- ]! MENTS will take in the sights of both expo

tent to embezzle; found guilty first The management of St. Luke's hos- sitions, the San Diego and the Pana-
count; $500 and costs, or six months. maPacific.Mr. -
j pital are planning several improve
Willie Barnes, grand larceny; verdict : ments to the buildings which will add Sold By .
guilty; nine months. ':to the comfort and health of patients. and Mrs. L. C. Kavanaugh and
I two children, who have been
making
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY j Any reputable physician may enter their home in Orlando since early last i,
,his patients and have exclusive charge San Juan Garage Company
'!'of them, patients not being cared for fall, left yesterday over the Atlantic j
FOR RE\"r-Furnished five room by outside physicians will be looked Coast Line for Tennessee where they;
flat close in, flowers and garden,
will the
to couple without children, for sum- after by the medical staff of the hos- spend summer. Mr. Kava- 'I'II" iMIIiiitlMMMiMtlilMMt .
mer months. Reply "Pat," care of pital. naugh is the commercial representative -
Sentinel. 6-t-6ts of the Memphis Sugar Feed
com- -- -
I The staff is divided in two groups
i which serve alternately for three pany. f;==-
RUMMAGE: SALE !
The ladies of the M.\ E. church will months each. Drs. Christ Sylvan Me
hold a rummage sale Saturday at the 1: Elroy and Cassius Boone form the Among the young men returning THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
Laubach building, on Church street. : first diivsion; Drs. Edwards Pillan from school last evening over the At-
Any one having donations will please and Beardall the second. Dr. W. lantic Coast Line was Mr. Allison E.
C.
call try 2t either Mrs\ Curtis or Mrs. Giles. I Person is president of the staff andI Palmer, who will be here during June persons of wealth select .a corporate ;

I Dr. Porter vice-president, both win' and July. He has been attending the executor because they know it insures I !
Want anything? Ask for it through I act as consulting physicians when Episcopal high school at Alexandria, faithful and capable performance of the .= --s.
Sentinel "Wants." called upon. Va. He has made a brilliant recordas trusts they create. '
student and has become
a affiliated
Whether the estate be large or of mod'r I R 'r {
.'lllllllllllllllllllllllllr'llet" II'el'la"el"I'f the with institution.many of the leading activities of erate size, it is to the interest of .both > t..

heirs to name this Company .: .
yourself and :;. _' r
as executor and Trustee. ,'r-r.-
Guests registering at the San Juan ,.....,
hotel yesterday included Louis Well- The Records of our Trusts are convinc- :-.. I
evidence of the community confi- ...
house Atlanta; J. W. Cook Savan- ing
nah; E. T. Hulme, New York; 1{. G. dence in our capabilities. I I'VIIl"
Seabroatt, Georgia R. V. Kuble V. .
Valuable Diamond LostHow ; B. THE TRUST COMPANY ? i
Sipe, Tampa; Hal Estes B. Collins.
D. D. Batcheller, P. E. Hutchinson
Because of the necessity: for efficient
B. E. Chamore Jacksonville C. B. '
;
banking organizations to care for the fidu- i
Murphy, Lakeland; J. Sency Palatka; ciary business, the Trust Company has de- :
often this appears in the newspapers, the result B. C. Webb Kendrick; A. T. Guy veloped, in half a century, the highest type '
Gainesville C. H. Smith New Orleans
; f
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing :your jewelryby of banking institution.
; W. F. Wilkerson New York;
having it examined at our store at least once every Harry A. Weinberg, Baltimore. Primarily chartered to handle trusts, ;, -"--
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds the Trust Companies of the United States f P-

of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin WILL HAVE .\ HANDSOME HOME have developed l such efficiency that not one $ f. "

our shop, thereby: saving :you time and a middleman'sprofit. I cent of trust funds committed to their 1
have been lost failures.
A trial will convinec you. The new residence which is fast care through
nearing completion and will be occupied Have you investigated the service of t
about the first of the month by j| this institution, '
Prof and Mrs. W. S. Coleman. on i[
South Orange a\enue. is one of the

T.. H. EVANS The handsomest building in, that which section is two of the stories citv. 'I i
B & Trn
n l
contains with fire places seven ,rooms baths and and, other is replete mod- 0111111110ORLANDO Dill n

ern conveniences. The house is beau-
JEWELER: tifully arranged, and from the enI I I FLORIDACapital
,
trance upon the large verandas to the '
I last detail is most inviting. The and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
building is in the hands of ContractorS. Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.r' .
R. Hughes, who has shown that he
.w. .. - M.III H.III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" .,"" is capable of excellent workmanship.
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