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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 5, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915. NUMBER 9S.

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U. S. MAY BE ABLE TO BRING ABOUT PEACE



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. IF ON FRIENDLY TERMSU. ACCUSED AMERICAN SPY 1 1915 5 SESSION OF

S. MAY BE HELPFULAS REfUGEES Of All NATIONS

MEDIARY DEAD IN BRITISH CELLLONDON I



GERMANY "IS SORRY SHE DID IT" JUNE ".TWO-ALLEGED I DEATH BY SHOOTING. IIAIIN I LEGISLATUREADJOURNS WilL fLEE MEXICO CITY ON

SPIES, MULLER AND ; WAS SERVITUDE.GIVEN SEVEN YEARS PENAL

Sends Apologies to State Department HAHN, ACCUSED WITH ANTON 1
KUPFERLE, WHO WAS AN
for Attack on KUPFERLE, OF BROOKLYN WITH AMERICAN CITIZEN, HANGED

DIVULGING BRITISH MILITARY HIMSELF IN HIS CELL MAY 20
GulllightDiplomacyJust --- .- SPECIAL[ TRAIN TO Y. CRUZ
GERMANS THE TRIAL
Started INFORMATION TO TilE WHILE WAS NEARING ASSEMBLY HAS BEEN CONSERVATIVE -

WERE FOUND GUILTY AN END. MULLER WAS A
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AND PROGRESSIVE I c. =-
AND SENTENCED IN OLD BAI- NATURALIZED ENGLISHMAN, I -
Plymouth, Eng.. June 4.-The steel I
steamer, Inkum, 4,747 tons burthen, ;LEY TODAY. WHILE IIAIIN ADMITTED liE ARMY POSTS WILL COOPERATE -
MULLER WAS SENTENCED TO I WAS A GERMAN. PERSONALITY COUNTS! :
flying the British flag, was torpedoedby I WITH RED

a German submarine without I ALL! NIGHT T U R S CROSSSUPPUESFORSJMINGMEXICANS
and sunk. The crew was SESSIOJHHURSDAY li
warning
This Is Distinctive Feature of

landed at Falmouth today. "LAKE APOPKA WILL BE PROTECTEDBYNEWDRAINAGELAW'ATTYGIIES Principal Features of Session Dickson-Ives Co.-Big WindUp ,

Sale Started
Uncle: Sam May Flirt With Peace
Jusf Brought to a Close i
Dove Yesterday

Washington, June 4.-The new note ( \ Published in Complete I Will Be Handled by the Red

of the United States to Germany will Form What is appropriately called "The Cross-Secretary Garrison

not close the diplomatic door to Ger- Wind-up Sale" by the Dickson-Ives I

the the diplo- Company, started yesterday and will Has Issued In-
many, but on contrary BASEBALL RESULTS By Claud F. Johnson
WILL PROHIBIT ZELLWOOD
matic negotiations over the sinking of The Sentinel Bureau, continue without interruption until structionsWashington

the Lusitania have only just begun, National League FLORIDA FARMS CO. Tallahassee, Fla., June 4. June 15. There is a complete clear-
who sailed for ance of everything in dry goods, millinery -
and Meyer Gerhard June Refugees of
Pittsburgh 2, Brooklyn 8. FROM DRAINING The 1915 session of the Florida legislature -

Berlin yesterday as the personal en- St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 1. adjourned sine die at noon to ready-to-wear, silks, linens, all nations, it was announced today,
of the German ambassador, took shoes, hosiery and men's furnishings.There .
voy :' All that were scheduled. day, after an assembly that has been will avail themselves of the special
with him the views of the ambassador American League JONES OF COMPANY SAYS "NO" is an exceptionally low value
conservative and progressive in matters I
the
train which this government and
basis which attached to everything in the store. I
as to the probable on
New York 0, Detroit 3. of enacting laws to the future
these negotiations can be conducted.The "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place"is British government have arranged for :
Boston 0, Chicago 2. development and welfare of the state.
decision to send Mr. Gerhardto Dredge Boat Will Be Launched applied most aptly to the Dickson- to leave Mexico City for Vera Cruz
5 Louis 3. j
St.
Philadelphia Aside from the volume of local bills
Germany was made at a conference Washington 6, Cleveland 1. Monday at Zellwood and that were on hand today when both Ives Company. It is a favorite shopping within the next few days.
Wilson and Am- because there is
between President place personality -
Federal League Canal Will Be houses convened to wind up the ses- Secretary Garrison today said he
behind member of the firm
bassador Von Bernstorff Wednesday.This every
Buffalo 3-6, Brooklyn 9-3. sion, after practically an all night had issued instructions to the army i
is stated on the highest author- Started and every emp10)'e."Then one enters
Chicago 3, St. Louis 8. session last night, the amendments to
the store there is as much attention posts on the border to co-operate with j
ity.It Kansas City 6, Pittsburgh 3. the Bryan primary law and the IIar-
is supported by two highly important South Atlantic League Governor Trammell yesterday dee validating act were the most important paid to you as though you were being the Red Cross in handling supplies for 1

developments of the day: signed the bill providing that no per- received at a formal society affair.
Savannah 5, Augusta 4. general bills that were passedin starving Mexicans. lie said the offi- 1
First, the receipt of information at son, individual or corporation shall This, combined with courtesy, a pleas-
Albany 9-2, Jacksonville 0-5. both houses today. cers of the army posts would open the
the state department that the United drain the waters or lower the level of ing manner, alertness and service,
Columbus 3, Macon 1. Principal Features of Session doors of their warehouses for the 1
Sates, if on friendly terms with all any body of water in the state of justifies the phrase noted.
Columbia 8, Charleston 2. Florida saw the passing of another of these supplies until they
Florida than two milesin In the sale the storage j
the belligerents, will likely be called more square monster grocery department -
Southern League session of the general assembly today could the border. The dis-
upon within three months to under- extent unless written consent is is not overlooked, and one get across )
New Orleans 5, Memphis 0. I and now looks back on the work however is '
take the delicate task of bringing | given by every one of the property is invited to ask for prices and inspect positon of the supplies, ,
Mobile 6 5.
Chattanooga done during the sixty days of activityto still matter for the Red Cross.
a
abutting the of water the .
about peace. owners on body choice line of goods carried.Do
Atlanta 6 Little Rock 4.
ascertain what benefits, if ,
Second, the receipt by the state department 1 affected, or unless it be wholly included any not allow other matters to inter-
Nashville 3, Birmingham 3; twelve may come to its people as a result of SUFFRAGE LEADERS TO MEETIN
of a mollifying note from innings, darkness.DR. : within a drainage district. this session. fere with your purchases at the Dick-

Germany on the Gulflight case, which The bill was drafted by Davis & son-Ives Company during the next ten CHICAGO
I The legislature of 1915 has been
makes ample apologies for the inci- Giles and it was introduced in the days. Read their advertisement com-
WRAY AT BAPTIST CHURCH conservative and economical. It has
dent and full assurance was given house by Representative A. B. New- pile a list of articles wanted and then Chicago-Suffrage leaders from all

that Germany had no intention of injuring ton, of Winter Garden, and Senator created for itself a record of placingon hasten to the store and receive the sections of the country will meet hereon
Attendance the revival the statute books the most ad-
upon ser- Sunday next to formulate the workto
American vessels or property.The Igou, of Lake county. It became a first opportunity offered. In other
vices at the church is increasing vanced insurance legislation at-
Baptist ever be done for the of
suf-
note to Germany was completed law when signed by the governor yes- words, Do Your Shopping Early. adoption a
and much interest is being tempted in this state, and has given
frage amendment during the next
early today by the president and sub- terday.Mr. con
:man ested- Dr. Wray is a successful due consideration to the educational Dr. Anna Howard Shaw
mitted to the cabinet. Counsellor I. LeRoy B. Giles stated last night BOTH SHOULD BE CONGRATULATED gress. ,
evangelist because he is not institutions of the commonwealth.
a sensationalist Alice Stone Blackwell Mrs. Winston
,
Lansing, of the state department was that the bill would prohibit the Zell-
He preaches a whole gos- Outside local measures but few cam- Churchill Dr. M. Thomas Miss
Cary
present at the cabinet meeting, which wood Farms Company from digging ,
pel. 'I have no set or methods," paign pledges have been fulfilled in
ways Jean Gordon, Mrs. Desha Breckin-
was rather an unusual proceeding.Liner drainage canals that would affect the
There
he said, in speaking of his work. "I measures considered at this session. is an old saying, which is
waters of Lake Apopka. He stated, ridge, Senator Helen R. Robinson, of
different methods at different issue which be very true, that when you have a"goodthing"
use Only one big can
lona Sunk however, that the company might dig Colorado, and Dr. Mary A. Safford, of
it is an matter to shoveit
classed easy
places. with
Kirkwall, Eng., June 4.-The Wil- all the canals they desired so long as popular legislation, was Florida, are expected to attend. The
The subject of his discourse last killed at this session. This the along-or you need have no hesi-
was
son liner, lana, from Middleboroughfor the level of Lake Apopka was not dis suffrage leaders will discuss new
tancy in taling about it. Mr. W. E.
night was the answer to the question, Turnbull-Blitch state wide prohibition "
Montreal and Aberdeen, and the I turbed.On Tuttle has problems that have arisen since the
Am I Christian" His amendment while the other hand accepted the position of .
"Why
a sermon ; on
Nashville convention. It is
the other hand in expected
fishing ship Chrysoprasus have been an interview
characterized his usual the Davis bill has traveling salesman for the Cook auto-
was by package
with C. H. Jones practically they will endorse the movement for
sunk by submarines. The crews were at Zellwood yester- mobile a
sincerity and seemed to have made a eliminated the sale of liquor in coun- and is now putting in his timein
convention of
landed here today..Portuguese day afternoon when told that the bill women voters in San
Orlando
great impression on the audience.At ties that already permit its sale under and elsewhere telling Francisco in
was to have been signed by the gover- September. Mrs. O. II.
the close of the service three about the many good qualities of their
regulation.
Press Aroused nor, he stated that the bill would not favorite P. Belmont is active in promoting this
Lisbon, via Paris, June 4.-Protest- new members were received, two upon affect the Zellwood Florida Farms 1 The question of reapportionment, car, the Buick. Mr. Tuttleis unique meeting. The spectacular fea-
profession of faith, and by letter. which has been clamored for a fine gentleman and a good sales-
ing vehemently against the sinking of one Company in the least, and that they I' throughout man. The Buick-well there ture of that event will be the pageantof
the state for several are no
two Portuguese ships by German sub- wer estarting a canal Monday which years, especially better suffrage, in which 400 women will .
SOME FIXE CANTALOUPESMessrs. I made. So we will let it at
marines, the press of Portugal demands would connect with the old, main ca by South Florida counties, has that, honors go take part, depicting the beginnings of \
: reached of as are even.
that the government nal. Mr. Jones said that he felt cer- a stage legislation at this the suffrage movement and the life of
W. M. Davis and J. D. ;session that indicates such
changing
Susan B.
diately sever diplomatic imme-I I tain the war department would give a Anthony.
Germany. Bepgs made a trip to their truck farm favorable report satisfactory to the 'in the representation in the general A RARE PRICE FOR SIX CYLINDER

near Winter Garden yesterday, and company.On 1 assembly will take place in 1917. Senator OAKLANDA LEMBERG WILL BE NEXT POINT

upon their return were showing their I Fred Stringer, of Brooksville, completely equipped six cylindercar
Metz" and Verdun Scene of Bloody Monday the dredge boat now in"
Conflict friends some samples of cantaloupesraised process of construction will be I and Representative Woods, of Pinel- is now being put on the marketby London, Eng.-The words "Prze- .,.

London, June 4. The bombardmentof on their place, which would put launched amid appropriate ceremo- las county, are due the credit for this the Oakland Motor company, of mysl Lost" constitute the leading

Metz and Verdun by rival bat- the famous Rocky Fords in the shade.If nies. There will be a gala day Monday piece of advanced legislation going Pontiac, Mick, at the attractive priceof headlines in English newspapers to-
their crop averages anywhere likeit through this session. Under this planof $795. Much is claimed for the
teries, coupled with fresh French successes at Zellwood in which hundreds
is thought it will these gentlemen reapportionment the state will be new car and no doubt the !local day.The
north of Arras, and a German will participate. The new fortyfiveroom agent big Austro-German loop around
have a nice thing, and will on doubt represented in 1919 by one senator J. B. Magruder, will receive
claim that the Souchez sugar factory hotel under construction by the many in- Przemysl has been drawn tight whileto

captured three days ago by the Frenchis reap arich harvest They also havea Zellwood Farms Company is making from each county and one representative quiries and requests for further in- the southwest Stry has been left

again in the hands of the Germans, large acreage in watermelons and rapid progress. The foundation is for each 10,000 population, allowing formation. The startling news of this behind as General Lingensen's forces 1

are the most important developments expect to begin marketing them in a completed. It will cost 8000. I at least one representative from big drop in price was received yes 'are pushing northward towards the

reported tonight from Paris and Ber- week or two. I I each county, and not more than threeto terday. Details will be given in a Dniester, with Lemberg presumably x I

lin. "JOE" D.WSOTHE RACE a county. Under this plan, grant- later issue of the Sentinel when Mr. as their objective. Jt is reported

THE WEATHER FIEND, OR OUR ORLANDO ing that the people of parts of Santa Magruder commences his advertisingand 'some of these forces already are within -.

WILL HE ENLIST IX BRITISH Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- CITIZEN? Rosa and Walton counties will vote publicity campaign. twenty-five miles of Lemberg.

ARMY, OH RETURN day. the county of Okaloosa, there will be ....

Our particular good friend, Mr. Jo- 53 senators and approximately 79 . . . TO RESTORE MOUNT VERNON l

. . . . seph Dawson, is the latest recruit to members of the house in the 1919 ,
Mr. Edward Jump, the urbane pro- TAFT OX "JINGOES"Philadelphia. WASHINGTON'S OLD
"CHAMP" ON "JINGOES" join the ranks of the autimobolists in session. HOME 1 1Washington.Further
prietor of the Pearl Gloss Laundry, -
_____ Orlando. He and his interesting family -
The governor's message to the legislature '
was a passenger on the Atlantic Coast .-"If we had had
Jne Train yesterday en route north- I.I.I i. Oklahoma City.Speaker Champ can be seen now driving a Buick contained many recommenda- a jingo in the White House," said restorationof 1

ward. To some of his friends who I Clark in an address: today before car. His friends tell us that he has tions that have been enacted into law S former President Taft, in an address Washington's old home at Mount

were at the depot, he imparted the I' a local Democratic organization completely of mastered his the intricate but few of these had any bearing on at the Bryn Mawr commencement Vernon is being urged by Mrs. Thomas t

sad information that he was bound I 1. said in connection ith Germans workings it silent steed and can" campaign promises. The girls' deten- today, "this country P. Denham, of Jacksonville, Fla., i t

for England to fight for his native i i. reply to the American note: manipulate to the "queen's taste. tion home, provided for at the closingof would now be at war with Ger who is vice regent of the Mount Ver-

I I. "President: Wilson should not the session, was one of the "
country, but we are inclined to believe gover- many. non Ladies' Association of the Union. i

that as soon as his optics rest on the be hampered by an'bodoing DELAND BONDS SOLD SOS TO nor's recommendations.Labor "Instead," Mr. Taft said "our Much has already been done by the {I II

waves of Lake Monroe he will have about the country giving out interviews BRING A PREMIUM OF 1,200 measures have been scarceat chief executive is a man who appreciates I women of the association which was I

visinos of submarines and spend the about what should or DeLand, Fla.-One of the most suc- this session, and the passage of his responsibility and .organized to carry out the work of !

remaining time between trains in should not be done. cessful bond sales of the year was such measures has been prohibited by S realizes that considering the temper restoration. When the estate was I

Sanford, and return by moonlight to "If I could reach out and grab consummated here by the bond trus- many turns of the political game. It of the people, a turn of his purchased by the women, the mansionwas i

his haven in this city. by the neck every jingo in this tees of the city when they sold $20- was believed that every labor measure I. hand would plunge us into an international in sad need of repair and the I
country and put him into the had a job behind it, and not until the I
000 of city bonds, bearing 6 per cent I- conflict. grounds were overgrown with weeds. I
The Ingersoll Watch at $1 is fully trenches in Europe, I would be interest and maturing serially so as latter part of the session did any good Mr. Taft urged establishment Today the visitor finds the grounds ...1

guaranteed to give you correct time. glad to do it." ,to bring the city a premium of $1,200 labor measure have the proper con- I'I- of an international court. beautifully kept in excellent repair inside 1 t

Curtis & O'Neal. . . . . I above par. (Continued on page 4) . .s.s.s.ss. and out.

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BUSINESS IS IMPROVING stills for a number of years without BILLY SUNDAY'S TRIBUTE .IMIIMIMIiMIMOIMIIMMIM lltiMllillltlilllilllMIIMIIIIIIIIill

Steadily expanding industrial op molestation in and about the Okeechobee -;TO THE SOUTH.

erations-due mainly, but not wholly' and Everglades district, until the I "Fifty-two per cent. of the men who

to the big war demands-have a moonshiners believe the illicit workto live south of the Mason and Dixon .

stimulating effect generally, as seen be their inherent right. !dine are professing Christians, north .
I I of the Mason and Dixon line !
twenty-
in Dunn's review. The purchasing| These particular sections are fast |

power of the people is enhanced as being taken up by settlers who, four per cent., and you can put ques- i
tion marks on most of them.
the number of unemployed diminishes, committees and their improvement i
through -
"So south of the Mason and Dixon I LOCATED!
more men finding work as activity at
organizations, are com- line they have got the North beat a !
the mills and factories revives-
plaining of the annoyance. This illicit frazzle in religion and morals. That's ,
while another for .
season
prosperous business is not confined to these why it took thirty million Northerners .
the agricultural community is indi-
districts alone, it is claimed, but isgoing to lick nine million Southerners. .
cated by the favorable progress of in West and Central Florida .
on "There's more pure blooded Americans -
the crops. also. south of the Mason and Dixon [
Apart from the large foreign demands 9 W. CHURCH ST.
It is the intention of the revenue line than anywhere else in this country -
the iron and steel industry
authorities to commission and assign I I say that even if my old daddywas ..
benefits by the broadening activityin
j' special deputies to this work, three or one of the boys in blue and .
departments identified with rail-
four of them, and these alleged violations fought against them. They were hardto
road equipment. Further substan- : (NEXT DOOR FAVORITE PICTURE SHOW)
will be promptly investigated. lick down there because they were
tial orders for wire products have
Revenue Agent Van Voorhis and Collector real Americans." .
been received from abroad, while buy- r
i of Internal Revenue Hayes I II
ing of war materials has expandedwith
Lewis are awaiting instructions from D01WE.R IT. I, .
the broadening of the
scope con- Washington before proceeding fur- Wish the women wearing pure
flict. New mills
cotton
England are
ther into these reported cases. white, who look like they just came I
running close to full capacity, whereas -
out of a band box after being on a
woolen and worsted manufacturersare
WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of full day's picnic would tell us how to
in need of domestic orders.
new Elder Spring Water. When you keep a palm beach suit clean for fif- ...
The shortage in dye stuffs remains a think of Elder Water
I Spring see teen minutes.-.Clearwater Sun.
handicap at the textile centers: particularly Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf

;; on black prints and indigo A Seneca man has learned that Don't forget that I have moved my drug
blue goods. Although wool rules at HOW TO TELL WilEN A TIRE IS gas-
oline can not be used: as a substitutefor
a high position, there is a trend towards -
OVERINFLATEDTime :
door the
even greater firmness.A kerosene in lamps. Prompt action store next to Favorite Picture
saved his house from the flames.

t few of a foot larger wear volume shops of are contracts in receipt -, turer warned was when all every and sundry tire manufac-to inflate -Kansas City Times. Show (opposite Pure Food Grocery). I

E .. and shipments are increasing, while their tires to a high degree of --t, +

e leather, though quiet for the present, pressure, and more probably than not solicit your patronage and assure my .
t gives promise of an early resumptionof this was due to the fact that in those ARCADEMILK

i activity. > days all pumping was done by hand friends and customers that the same fair
Price in
changes cotton goods as a and with very ineffiffcient imple-
t result of the dyestuffs shortage include ments.
dealings and high grade service that has
f a rise of 1-4c. a yard on solid The correct thing to do nowadays,

black staple prints and 3-4c. on 9-oz. of course, is to consult a standard table -
It indigo blue denims, southern makes, of requisite pressures, accordingto characterized my business in the past

11 s while other colors that are now being the size of tire and the load to be DEPOT

t offered as substitutes have advanced carried, and to use this in conjunctionwith will be continued in my new quarters.

slightly. a reliable gauge. But there is

1 also' a rough and ready method whichis -
MOONSHINERS FLOURISHING IN
by no means indeterminate if no BUTTER MILK-
. MANY PARTS OF STATE, IT .
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pressure gauge is handy, and that is

r, IS REPORTED TO REVENUE to take the car out onto a dry road J Fresh Every Day. .

AGENTS I which is in a bad state of repair and
:full of holes. Preferably there shouldbe 5c. per glass

I Jacksonville.-Reports that many no passengers on the rear seats. 25c. per gallon
parts of Florida are infested with'If the driving wheels are pumped up
moonshine or illicit distilleries have CREAM AND MILK
too hard, the driver will experience a
been received by letters and tele- constant sensation of incipient skid- BUTTER
t grams at the office of Revenue Agent Store
ding and though he may not actually
Van Voorhis since the establishing of side slip, he will not find the car by Fresh Homemade City Drug
, the office of revenue agent for Flor-
any means easy to steer. This is evidence -
SANDWICHESPIES
ida in Jacksonville. that the tires are so hard that

I able Communications sources from various received parts from of reli-the I they are of absorbing bumping them over without obstacles leav-instead AND CAKESARCADEMILK i 9 W. Church St. J. L. DEAN, Prop.

r state complain to the revenue officials ing the ground.
t
of the great annoyance caused to the

peaceful, law abiding folk who have WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of DEPOT
settled in different sections of the I
Elder Spring Water. When you I !
t state, by the moonshiners, who, it is think of Elder Spring Water, see j
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opportunity of the year. Every one remembers the great sale we gave last May, n which J

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

better than last year and that is saying a lot. We have over $100,000 worth of stock on hand now of the 1

very best new goods of this season, which we have to move out and move now. The Big Store must 1

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

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

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



DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT consists of the OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT has all the latest
prettiest line of Silks, Woolens, Dress Fabrics of all is showing all the new things in Waists, Skirts, Dresses, styles and models in the famous Modart Front Lace, La-
\ kinds, Laces Embroidery, Ribbon, Hosiery, Gloves, Table Suits, Kimonos, Underwear, Petticoats, Bathing Suits, Victore, W. B. Thompsons Redfern and the H'T" .
Linens, Househould Linens, Staples, and everything in Waists
notions. and in fact, everything a woman wears.

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT has the assortOUR MILLINEY DEPARTMENT has just received
greatest OUR THIRD FLOOR is a store house of things that
ment of foot wear for Men, Women and Children in Headwear
South Florida. a great assortment of big bargains in the newest 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
OUR GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT is a
marvel of completeness for Men's Wear, Hats, Shirts, OUR ART DEPARTMENT is well stocked in all of kitchen to the parlor. Every kind of Furniture, Stoves
Collars Ties Uuderwear, The Famous Kuppenheimer the wools, threads, etc., that are now in use. and Ranges, Refrigerators, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Draperies -
Line of Clothing in Woolens, Palm Beaches and Mohair
Trunks, Bags, Chinaware, Glassware .
and everything -
Suits. In fact, for
everything to
a man wear. OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is a godsend to
else you can think of in large variety. This entirethings
OUR GROW"'?Y DEPARTMENT has all the good most mothers who have boys to dress. There never was
to eat and so much fancy goods that cannot be such a line of pretty Suits, Rompers, Blouses, Hats and Array of choice merchandise is offered you now at savings -
F had at other places. Underwear as we have in this Department. that are wonderful.


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CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish with
STARTLING SILK PRICES a high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the newSILK
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________S1.19 ONE LOT SILKS, conslts ofIessebne, Foul-
' POPLINS full wide wide in black
and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth
.. colors, $1.25! qualiy, June Sale Price ___________89c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June up
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best one :you ever finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale
saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38 ------------------------------50c I
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price $1.00
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CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially priced
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk for this sale: f I
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50quality 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________3Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
June Sale Price
--------------------$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale 1 Price ----------------84c and fancy weaves, I large line of colors I to I
CREPE METIORS shimmering, 40'silk incheside with a high, a radium beautifulsoft fin- $1.25 quality, June Sale 1 Price _________________95c select from, worth regular I 65c and 7oc,
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 I
quality, June Sale Price ------------------__$1.69 shades, 50c. quality ________________________42c
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TOE DAILY 915 SESSION OF LEGISLATURE ,ated for the eradication of the canker

ADJOURNS I disease, and $35,000 annually for the
; South Florida Sentinel ,I support of the state plant board to THE WIND UP SALEOF

If MORNING AND WEEKLY (Continned trom page 1) eliminate crop pests of any variety.
11/. JL GLENN ..............,-.....EdiUr Strict quarantine laws were includedin
w. C. ESSINGTON .....B..fn_ Mantftr sideration, and it was then too late to
'. get it through both houses. Several' the plant act, that will place the OUR BUSINESS YEAR
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida trucker and citrus of Florida
ac Second Clans Mail Matter. members made an effort for some grower
t under better protection than at IS IN FULL
reason or other, to pass labor measures any SWING1AND
SUBSCRIPTION RATES time in the history of the state.It .
1 5-00 but they failed to get along fast
Daily.Daily. 6 1 Month Year ::::::::,::::::::::::: *.-60 enough to become laws. I is not generally known, but it is
Daily 3 Montha .......... ..... 1-25 fact that the state of WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS
l n. n. a Pennsylvania
Daily 1 Month ................. .60 Persons wishing the passage of a
n'n. resolution providing for an amend- 'I appropriated at the sessions of the This is also a Pre-inventory Sale. Our books close July 1st. Our stocks must be reduced to
Weekly, 1 Year ...................... 'LOOALL
: IY ment to the constitution permitting : legislature recently adjourned more their lowest ebb, and our price reductions should do it. TEX DAYS is the allotted time. Dareou

: SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE women to vote early in the session ,than four times as much money for miss this exceptional opportunity EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. These are just a

I TO ADVERTISERS became aware that such a measure j their state road department as Flor- few of our emphatic Reductions. .

\ was an impossibility at this session, i i ida has appropriated for the entire

.,' adwrticiac Copy for.display.. be handed and all in at other the band-set business The absence of suffrage lobbyists was state expenditures. EMBROIDERIES AND LACESAre READY-TO- VEAR I
F office.tI( Jlie Sentinel not later than 2 p. n.Ue noticeable this session in comparison I I I Providing a four mill tax for the
-
dy before pnMicition. This jnl applies
U ehanres for contract advertising: it is with that of 1913. Every attempt to purpose of paying the outstanding indebtedness extremely fashionable but their beingso LADIES SUITS
t Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. provide kind of woman suffragewas I of the various counties, a ,
any much in demand will not deter us from None must be taken into stock.
I bill enacted that makes
i Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued voted down at this session. was any mem-
should notify the office in writing on ber of the county commissioners liable putting the knife into them deep. IN SILKS-
@- the date of expiration. otherwise it will be The most important change made in Regular $22.50. Sale _______--__________S16.4G
Ii continued at the regular subscription. rates the suffrage rights of the people of for any expenditure in excess of the We quote a few specials, 27 in. Flouncings Regular $25.00, Sale __________________S17.64

r til'notice N to.mb-r stop .is...received.Telephone ..............,... J/ Florida was the passing of a resolution tax levy in any one year, provided Regular 65c. and 75c., Sale _____48c Regular SJ5.00, Sale __________________$23.46 S
t ____ __ ______ ,
such member shall vote for such expenditures Regular 39.50, Sale uu $ U6
providing for the adoption of a 45 in. Swiss Batiste, embroidered pat-
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1913.: in meetings of the boardof IN WOOLS .
constitutional amendment to enact the county commissioners. This terns, in lengths of 5 yards. Regular$18.50, Sale ___________________$14.46
"grandfather clause," eliminating meas- values Regular $22.50, Sale ___________' __-____51546
You need not wait until the full of practically every negro vote in the ure will eliminate in future any defi- Regular $8.75, $9.75 to Regular $25.00, Sale___________________$17.46

the moon to plant a few seeds of state. It is certain that this amend- cits in any county. Bondsmen are liable $12.75 for __________________$4.9G Regular $40.00, Sale __________________$2t.46

kindness. ment will be adopted at the next with the members of the boardsof 2000 yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges! PALM BEACH SUITS-
0 gen- county commissioners for such Regular $7.50, Sale--___________________S4.96
Most old joke goes these days.It eral election. A property clause, and overexpenditures.County and insertions, all widths, values up to 35c.: Regular\ $12.50. Sale _______--___________$9.96
any ability to read, write and
interpretany yard. PALM: BEACH :MOTOR COATS-
a
takes fellow's mind off the hor- division has been of the
rors of war.a made section a part of of the the necessary constitution qualifications is- biggest fights of a local nature one at this 5 yards for _____46c., or lOc. a yard WOOL Regular COATS-$12.50, Sale _____--____________$9.96

-o of a voter under this resolu session, three new counties being authorized Other lines equally price facinating. Regular $12.50 Sale ___--______________$9.96
The man who does things may make tion. The resolution passed the house : two having a referendum Regular $14.50, Sale _______--__________$10.46
mistakes, but he never makes the I clause attached to the bill making it WAISTSIn
the
early in session, but did not get
greatest mistake of all-doing noth- necessary that a majority of the tax- SALE OF MILLINERY
the
through senate until the latter voiles, Organdies, Crepe de Chene, .
in the
ing. days of the session. payers territory affected to approve -
o the division. Bloxham, Brow- Georgette Crepe Pussy Willow. Taffetas. TRIMMED: AND UNTRIMMED: HATS
The road problem is believed to
One thing we have learned, never to ard and Okaloosa are the three au
have been settled during the last ten DIMITY BED SPREADSThe The strict policy of the store must be
do anything gratis today that some thorized.
days of this session, by the passagein adhered to-"Nothing carried over from
one is likely to pay you for doing tomorrow for hot weather. "
ideal covering
the house of Himes' road depart- one season to another. These prices

ment bill, creating a state road department NOTICEOf White Regular $1.35, Sale ____$1.05 should make a complete clearance.

o if fed that shall exercise directory White, Regular, $1.50, Sale ____$1.23 Every trimmed hat in the store at one
Some people are peeved not Application for Tax De'd Under
of three
powers in co-operating with the Sale _____$1.43 prices.No. .
White Regular $1.75,
sensations day ,
.: upon newspaper every boards of county commisisoners in Section 8 of Chapter 4888. 1, Values up to $5.00 ___________98c
t. in the week. The public must know Laws of Florida White, Regular $2.00 Sale _____$1.53
each county of the state. It is intended No. 2, Values up to $7.50 ________$2.98
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that there is a vast difference between White Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93
to lead to No. 3, Values up to $20.00 _$4.98
up a permanent -------
system Notice is
it hereby given that Chan-
scandal which
facts and gathers as of state highways under the state cey Avery, of Taft, Florida, purchaserof White, Regular, $3.00, Sale ____$2.43 Every untrimmed shape in the store at

goes. road department, and in the creationof tax certificates named below, has Colored Stripes- one of four prices. '

We are a man of o peace, and whenan this department the good roads ad- has filed made said certificates application in for my tax office deeds, and to Regular $1.75, Sale ___________$1.39 No. 1, Values up to $1.25 ___________50c
vocates of the state feel that No. 2 Values up to $2.50 __________$1.00
they i issue in accordance with
enthusiastic automobile agent referred law. Said Regular $2.90 Sale___________$2.46
have been rewarded in a way, for certificates embrace the following described No. 3, Values up to $4.00 _________$1.75
in our presence the other dayto their years of unrelenting efforts to property situated in Orange Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$2.9G No. 4, Values up to $8.50 _________$3.75
the grease cup as a labor saving .county, Florida, to-wit:
device we turned on our heel and obtain state aid. Under the provisions Certificate No. 362. dated June 2, I
of the federal laws Florida will 1913: Lot 2, block B, tier 4, Taft; TABLE LINENA
strode rapidly away, chokingly tryingto
now be enabled to secure a certain assessed in the name of Zona B. READY TO WEAR(
count 100. amount of support from the federal Stroka. department without a Regular $1.00, Sale ______86c
0 government.The Bal. certificate No. 569, dated June rival. We ask for a compariRegular $1.15, Sale ______98c
3, 1912: Lot 2, block A, tier 4, Taft
One of the advantages offered ;
many son-that's all. Regular Sale ____
county treasurer's office, abolished assessed in the name of Prosper Col- LINGERIE DRESSESin $1.50 $1.26
by the noble profession in which we by the adoption of the amend- ony Co. Regular 50c. Sale________36c Regular $1.75, Sale ____$1.46
have the honor to be engaged is that Certificate No. 589, dated June 3 Sale ______56c
75c.
ment to the constitution in the elc- Silks, Linen, Batistes, Or- Regular Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56
you have to work just the same as us- 1912: Lot 4, block B, tier 3, Taft; 8oc. Sale__ ____6Gc
Sale
ual on a legal holiday and hence don't' tion of 1914, was changed to'county assessed in the name of Albert gandies. None must be taken Regular Regular $2.50 ____$1.96

depositories, and interest on deposits Meinhe. into stock. PURE LINEN NAPKINS Dozen
feel than ordinarily the per
worse on
any
Certificate No. 591, dated June
required of the banks 3, Lingerie Dresses
day following.The qualifying. This 1912: Lot 7, block B, tier 4, Taft; :Muslin Sale ____$4.46 Regular $1.25, Sale ___96c Regular $2.00, Sale __$1.56
saves the state about
$200,000 annu- in the Regular $7.50,
o ally. This big saving coming on top ony assessed Co. name of Prosper Col- Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.26 Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.96

president has let it be known of the general appropriations bills Certificate No. 607, dated June 3, Linen Dreses
that he is going to change his policy 1912: Lot 2, block C, tier 4, Taft
that call for the expenditure of two ; Regular __7.50, Sale ___$4.46
of watchful waiting so far as Mexico million dollars during 1916 and 1917, assessed Cann. in the name of Annie K. Regular $12.50 Sale ___$7.96 Wash GoodsTHESE

is concerned, and that unless the fac- leaves the Unless
;. state with the prospect of said certificates shall be redeemed Silk Dresses
tions get together and stop fighting, having a far greater surplus when the according to law, tax deeds Poplins, Crepe de Chine, ARE SPECIALS
this government will be compelled to will issue thereon on the 6th day of INWHITES
legislature convenes in 1917 than was July, A. D. 1915. Radium, etc., etc. AND COLORS
interfere and establish a stable gov- in evidence at the opening of this Sale ____$5.96
$8.75
ses- Witness Regular ,
my official signature and 1500 yards Lawns and Ba tistes and Crepes, 27-30in,
ernment in that country. seal" this the 4th day of June, A. D. Regular $16.50, Sale$9.96
I sion.The Values up to 15c.6 yards for 59c; 8 yards for 78c

o I largest single special appropri- 1915.Seal..) B. M. ROBINSON, EXTRA SPECIAL IN 2500 yards Voiles, Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40, in
TVe understand that some Lakeland ation at this session was that for the UNDERWEAR
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange Whites and Floral effects, values up to 35c..
people have an interest in the Florida eradication of citrus canker in the County, Florida. I 2 dozen fine Muslin Conbina- 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36
i> Life Insurance company, of Jackson- orange belt. $125,000 was appropri- By M. A. HOWARD, D. C. I Voiles
tions- 2000 yards Organdies, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-42 in.,
I: ville. The company has been declaredinsolvent $1.50 to $3.00 at 1/2 price in white and colors, values up to 75c. yard. .

after an investigation by See Special Table Underwear. 5 yards for $2.46Eri's
the state insurance commission, anda
deficit of $100,000 is reported in its THE CAR OF NO REGRETS :

reserve fund. Bad management and I : Furnishings I

criminal carelessness is charged, and

; those who hold its stocks or policieswill PALM: BEACH SUITS
be the losers. It looks like some- HART SCHAffNER & MARX CLOTHING

body ought to get a berth in the pen- i Regular $6.00 Suits for _______$4.90

itentiary.-Lakeland Telegram.o NEED NO EULOGIES-TOO WELL KNOWN-NOTE Regular $8.00 Suits for _______$6.50

THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for _______$6.90
EVERY $20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$14.7.
Lambright of the Tribune must be Regular $10.00 Suits for ______$7.50
one of those fellows who walk' be- EVERY 22.50 SUIT FOR . . . . .515.75

EVERY $25.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$17.75
cause they have a Pierce-Arrow appe- PALM BEACH TROUSERS
tite and a Ford income. Otherwisehe EVERY $30.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$19.75

would never make the following BOYS' SUITS Regular $3.00 for ____________$2.50

scurrillous attack upon the great THE FAMOUS: "RIGHT POSTURE" MAKE. WORSTED TROUSERS

American vehicle. Listen to this: REGULAR $6.00 SUITS FOR . . . . ..$-.2o
"The Italian government has seized REGULAR $8.00 SUITS FOR . . . . $*.00 Made from fine grades of Botany and

all automobiles. The Italians who REGULAR $10.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$6.00 Merino Wools newest styles.

own Fords are lucky. BOYS' PANTS I Regular $4.00 for ____________$2.90
Drop your grouch, man, and buy Notice !
. . .$1.10 for ________
one of Henry's nice little runaboutsin REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . . Regular $5.00 __ $3.75

time to get the rebate of $50. It REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . . . . .$1.20 Regular $6.00 for ____________$4.75
>, REGULAR $2.50 FOR . . . . . .$1.75
will be like getting money from home. Regular $7.00 for ____________$5.25
o

Cash, of Taylor, has introduced in STRAW HATSEvery MEN'S OXFORD SHOES

the house a bill to prohibit the playing -
of cards in public, in hotels and Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords,

boarding houses, unless there be a WE HAVE LEASED THE NEW SHOW ROOM NOW Straw Hat in the store reduced. Note $3.50 for _________________$2.90 '

placard posted bearing the legend, these drops and take advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25
"Card is allowed here." lie BEING BUILT BY :MR. HOVEY AT ORANGE
playing AVENUE EVERY $2.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$1.50 White Canvas Oxfords, $3.50

hibit ought the to introduce of another checkers bill in to pro- AND JACKSON STREET, AND WILL OCCUPY EVERY $2.50 STRAW FOR . . . .51.75 for ______________________ $3.25

unless playing there be liverystables i in EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$1.90 Gun Metal Tan Oxfords, $.1.00

displayed FOR . . . .52.75
said stables a card saying "Checker SAME: SOON AS COMPLETED: THEREFORE WILL EVERY $4.00 STRAW for ______________________ $3.90
EVERY $5.00 STRAW FOR . . . $3.75
"
playing allowed here. Then Cash
NOT MAKE ANY ALTERATIONS OR OCCUPY SHOWROOM
will have earned his salary and be i I MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFSONE
OXFORD SHOES FOR MEN
entitled to a seat among the sages. AT ORANGE AND PINE STREETS. LOT Pure Linen, Hemmed Stitched

Suwannee Democrat.OF EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE FOR 25c., FOR .18c Black and Tan Kid Oxfords $5

o for $3.25;
SPECIALS --------- -------------

COURSE! the sale will put on an"EXTRASPE'CIAL" Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
Florida will be ah undred years old Every day during we
item. fords, $5.00 for ____$3.90 "
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in 1919 or 1921 and Orlando has already -
made a bid for the centennial G GOOBEN & SCHNARRI WATCH THE WINDOWS Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-

exposition. Xow Jacksonville should MEN'S AND BOYS' RAINCOATS fords, $6.00 for ----------_$4.90

come forward and offer to finance the BOYS, REGULAR $4.00 FOR . . . .$3.25 Black and Tan Kid Oxfords,
z project. 1919 is the centennial
year MEN'S, REGULAR 56.50 FOR . . .$5.40 $6.50 for -----------------$5.25
for the purchase of Florida the
by MEN'S REGULAR $8.50 FOR . . . .$6.90 Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf
United States but the deal
as was not :MEN'S REGULAR $12.50 FOR . . $9.90 Oxfords $6.50 for
,
ratified until 1821, there are some I AGENTSOur ---------$5.25

. who think 1321 is the proper year for ,

r the celebration. In four or six years King "Eight" Demonstrator has been shipped,

I,? Orlando thinks she will have grown Dicl<:son-Ives CO.
enough to entertain all the country. and we expect same to arrive first of next week. i'

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P (@rlutt u Snriell I THEATRE : : VELVET pay BEAN highest SEED mrket WANTEDWill price.- close tomorrow Standard and Barber suspend Shop business will

Wright Seed Store. 6-5-3tc until after moving into its new quar-
I I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I ters in the Boardman building. The 1

PET RABBITS-One six months old management hope to be able to resume -
ON THE SOCIAL CALENDAR ADDITIONAL LOCALS Admission 5 Cents.
i buck, price $2.00; three two months operations some time early in i
ilSSES GRANDTODAY iI, old bunnies, price $1.00 each. Ad-
FOR THE the month of July.RUMMAGE. .j j
Lieut. S. J. Entrican, one of the live I dress X, care Sentinel. 6-5-3tc
SLEMONS AND NELSON. .llllllllllllllalllllllll'lTODA
t wires of Narcoossee, was among the rj
Mrs. Gray Rush and Miss Mary rs PROGRAM i FOR RENT Furnished nine SALE
room
welcome visitors to Orlando yester- The ladies of the M. E. church will
I Thanhouser. "The Dia- !
Robinson entertained thirty-six guests Smuggler's cottage at Windermere. Inquire
day. Lieut. Entrican has recently re- monds." A Western drama, in two ; Rossmore Inn. Phone 1019. hold a rummage sale Saturday at the
yesterday afternoon at "The Rushes, Laubach
building, on Church street.
I i
turned from a business trip to Phila- parts 6-5-3tc
the pretty cottage belonging to Mr. Reliance. "The Miner's Baby." A Anyone having donations will please
delphia, and says he was greeted with : call either Mrs. Curtis or Mrs. Giles.
and Mrs. Rush, overlookingLake comedy. I
Gray FOR SALE-For Saturday, peaches
j returning prosperity on all sides. 6-4-2t
and
Conway. The guests of honor i Keystone. ComedyIabeI's" lOc. to 30c. per basket; tomatoes.
Miss Antoinette who is Fatt"sIarried Life. fresh, 15c. to 20c. basket at 109
were Slemons, I per
| Miss Margaret Hibbs has left Or- This is an exceptionally good pro- West Church street. G. W. Johnson. BUYERS AND SELLERSI
soon to become a June bride, and Miss OF ISRAEL"A gram. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
"A DAUGHTER
lando, Fla., going by steamer to New 651tsWant
:Mattie Nelson. Late in the after- See that Keystone comedy. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla,
York, where she will visit her sister, I
over 30 Have
Five handled
cents all. years.
to over
noon the guests indulged in bathing, Vitagraph special production,
J'I(Mrs. Benjamin Wilkins. Later both anything? Ask for it through $20,000,000. Call and see me.
and following this a delicious buffet Sentinel "Wants." i 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
'young ladies will come on here to '
in two parts featuringVan
complete
GAUDEXOCOEE'TEA
course luncheon was served. The interior I THE WINTER
,visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
of the cottage was prettily dec- \ I VANQUISHES THE
W. Hibbs.-Clipper-Monitor, Browns- Dyke Brooke and Norma 0..
orated in flowers. Both honorees APOPKA TEAM
received -
ville, Pa.Miss IF IcrCj)
dainty sachet bags. I Talmadge. Considerable excitement was mani-

-0- Lily Bell Stevens, who has fested Thursday in the baseball game
:MR. AND MRS. THOMPSON (been attending the State Normal between the Winter Garden-Ocoee

ENTERTAIN.Mr. School at Tallahassee, returned to her baseball team and the Apopka team,
and Mrs. T. H. Thompson entertained home
Friday afternoon the three
on the former winning, 6 to 1. Featuresof
the choir of the First Pres- o'clock train. This
popular young the game were Womble's fieldingand
byterian church at a most enjoyable lady was met at the train
by quite a "THE BROKEN CIRCUIT"A Boyd's pitching when in pinches.
company in honor of Miss Dorothy number of her friends and
given a Apopka got the bases loaded on two
Lamb, of California, whose engagement royal welcome home. Kalem Drama.An 3.HIGH.
occasions with none out and each time
has just been announced to Mr.
Boyd struck out three straight.The .
Ernest Sands, of Bentleyville. Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Young, after a.. box score follows:
Lamb is well known here in musical visit to Orlando of several I
days, during W. G.OcoeeAB R II PO A E''
circles, having a voice that is widely which time they visited several I I. Pounds, 3b ____ 5 0 0 0 1 1 I
admired. The wedding will probably nearby towns, left yesterday after- Sadler, If ________ 5 1 2 2 0 1 IN ADMIRATION
t be an event of the summer.ClipperMonitor Essanay Drama. C. Pounds, ss ___u.. 1 1 2 4 0
noon for their home in Leighton, Wis. Boyd, p u________ 422031 It comes from being used to admir-
Brownsville, Pa. They were delighted with this city "TWO HEARTS THAT BEAT F. Pounds, 2b ____ 4 1 2 2 3 0 o ing beautiful things in the shape of 0
-0-- and the surrounding territory and are Monteith, cf u____ 4 0 1 0 0 0 from
KENDALLAKERS.Mr. planning to spend the winter in the AS TEN" Tanner, c ______u.. 0 2 11 2 1 cut glass our emporium.Ve
Graves, Ib _______ 4 1 1 10 0 1 force this habit on all the ladies be-
Grant Kendall and Miss Flossie Beautiful.Mr. .
City __
Connell, rf Uu 200000 cause of the remarkable specimenswe
Akers, two of DeLand's most popular Vining, rf 200000
uu put before them. They also appreciate -
young people, were joined in the holy G. B. Seaman returned yester- - -
_________ our prices because they are
Totals
bnods of matrimony Sunday after- day afternoon from Fort Pierce wherehe 38 6 11 27 13 5 so reasonable.

noon at four o'clock, the wedding ceremony organized the new commandery of
GOOD BILL Apopka- AB R II PO A E
A
being performed by the Rev. Knights Templar authorized at the Waite, Ib ________ 5 0 3 10 0 9 ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Dr. II. Clark Colebrook, at the homeof annual conclave here a few weeks ago. Witherington, ss __ 4 0 0 1 2 2 Ib cD
the bride's brother, Mr. Henry H. J Mr. Seaman went as acting grand 10 cents I Welch, 2b ____uu 3 0 1 1 3 11 Q :
Wilkens cf
5 cents -------4 0 0 2 0 1
Akers, at No. 22 Minnesota avenue. ,commander in place of Hon. W. R. I Fielding, 3b ______ 4 0 0 0 3 1
Only a few relatives and friends of O'Neal, of Orlando, who was unable Stewart, rf u_____ 400000 I. Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar
the contracting parties were present. I Ito attend.-Daytona Halifax Journal. Jackson, c ___-___ 4 0 1 7 0 0 -
Womble, If ___u__ 400500 /
DeLand News. I Rose, p __________ .J 0 2 1 1 0 I a=t.l ; # I'.t1 EON'S SUN PROOF PAINT
Guests registering at the San Juan ------1 I1 fAUbi i' -

SOCIETY NOTES hotel yesterday included H. E. Swa- Totals _____----36 1 7 27 9 5 I = .
OF INTEREST. bey, Kissimmee; A. A. Rothschild, II. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
By innings- R. II.
Yesterday was the flower mission T. Arnold, W. M. Coble, J. H. Hol- W.G.-O. ____311000010-611 E.I'I'' j 205 S. Orange Avenue

day of the W. C. T. U., and the members combe, Jacksonville; W. T. Ryder, Apopka _____000000001-1 7
of that organization observed it Thos. B. Quimby, II. C. Place, Tampa; Two base hits,'Welch; stolen bases, rr ; Phone 261

in a most appropriate manner by dis- J. W. Shupp, Cincinnati; A. T. Guy, bases W. G.-Ocoee 3, Apopka 1; left on
ROOf GARDNTODAY ( Apopka 8, W. G.-Ocoee 6; baseon
tributing beautiful bouquets over the I Florida; Chas. H. Smith, Atlanta; T. balls, off Boyd 1, off Rose 1; struck Ir. Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor VarnishPatton's
city. The Sentinel is indebted to the B. Ellis, Jr., Gainesville; W. C. Fura, out, by Rose 7, by Boyd 10. Time I'

ladies for two fragrant bunches or I New Orleans; C. M. Stockdell, Petersburg Roper 1:40.: Eldridge.Get Scorer, Sessions. Umpires, 1t: --.- :. Finish.Velumina, the Modern Wall

flowers which have added much to the Va.
VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
pleasure of the office force. Mrs. W. the news in the Sentinel first. COLEMAN & RHAN
W. Wright was in charge of the occasion Mrs. F. B. Stoneman, who has been
and with her able and willing I visiting her mother, Mrs. II. W. Gree-

assistants, made a thorough canvass' tham, for several days, left yesterday -
t "THE BLACK BOX"The
of the city, leaving everywhere a morning over the Atlantic Coast Line

sweetness,which partook not alone of for her home in Miami. Mrs. Stone- Baffling mystery in 2 parts FRANK_ A. CURTIS! 1VHJJTAM R. O'11[ 1L
the delicate fragrance of their gifts man, as Miss Lillias Shine, was one
but more of the beautiful spirit which of Orlando's most popular ladies and

the gift itself symbolized. has lost none of her charm which endeared "THE BURIAL CITY" Established 1886

.- I her to many. She was accorded -
Miss Mary A. Safford, Florida state I much attention and admiration Digging for mummies in Egypt.
president of the Equal Suffrage As- I from her score of friends.

sociation, is to attend the first semi- I CURTIS & O'NEAL
annual convention of the National Mrs. L. A. Spencer and daughter,
American Woman Suffrage Associa- !'Miss Evelyn, have gone to their home "A STOOL PIGEON'SREVENGE"

tion, which meets in Chicago June 6th in Miami. They left yesterday morn ,
to 9th. ing over the Atlantic Coast Line. Sev- II I: INSURANCE LOANS

.eral of their friends were at the depot I
An L-ko Comedy, Nuff sed.
The pupils of St. Joseph's academywill !I to see them off and many were the ,

enjoy a picnic at the camp of Dr. regrets at their departure. Miss REAL ESTATE RENTALS

and Mrs. Hat Beardall, on Lake Gat- Evelyn was quite a favorite in Or-

lin, on Tuesday next. lando among the younger set and Mrs.

Spencer, by her loveliness and charm, 1-8 sack of flour given away tonight
Thursday, at her Lake Conway had many warm friends.

camp, Mrs. Gaston II. Edwards en- at nine o'clock.

tertained some thirty-five friends witha BUTTER AND MILK

delightful picnic. We have it on cold storage. Best
grades of butter, 35c. and 40c. per For' Sale
pound. Milk, 13c. per quart.
Get the news In the Sentinel first. 6-5-3tc WRIGHT SEED STORE. 10 cents 5 cents


. -1J House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.BUTI'S .


After you et- qyour. e $4500.00. A bargain.

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15 cents. Screen your home with our galvanizedwire


Drugs cloth at moderate cost.


PEACIiCARAMEL This will effectively keep out flies,


w gnats, mosquitoes and other insects

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Do you want to be SURE that your prescription will 1 IN THE WORLD

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right LET'S MEET AT BUTTS

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

the right quantity, but also abcut the quality of the come The Hard ware. Storeon the Corner

pounds we use. OPEN TILL 11 EVERY

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JOSe L. GUERNSEY'S

PFrARMAC"Y:

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ST. CLOUD TO BE REPRESENTEDAT pounds of smoking tobacco were madein MOST OF US WEAR IMPROPER Specials for Satur-'
THE DIXIE HIGHWAY the United States last year. Who SUSPENDERS SPRAYINGFor
MEETINGThe had all the pipe dreams? A surgeon lecturing to a class of day and MondayFlour I
Eight and a half billion cigars were hospital nurses in an English train- I II White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In.
St. Cloud Board of Trade and made in the United States last year. ing school recently conjured his hear- secticide. For Red Spider Ruste Mite and all other Mites
the administration, will Who made all the smoke? ers to persuade their fathers, brothers I infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
possibly city Half a billion packages of chewinggum i husbands or sweethearts to wear. 24 lb. sacks- : Compound.
send delegation to the South
a strong
Florida Dixie Highway meeting to be were manufactured last year in I hygienic suspenders. It seems that $1.00, $1.10 and $1.20 I These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
held at Orlando on Thursday, June the United States. Who worked their I the customary braces, which are dual Flour 12 pound sacks- be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
jaws? in front but single behind, bring the lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
wondersis
10th and if this city of many 50c., 55c. and 60c.
Twenty thousand moving picture I.strain in the wrong place and cause Nothing better, nothing more effective, and lushing
included in the route that
j
not 8 bars of Lenox for __25c
theatres paid $25,000,000 for films last Soap
of and
will stooping and narrowchestedness.These cheaper on the market. Get the habit spraying
through now notorious this section highway of Florida, there run|,year and 11,000,000 persons saw the misguided suspenders are even I 7 pkgs, 5c. size Washing Pow- you will have no regrets at the end of the season. -

that will make moving pictures. Where did they get the regulation pattern in the British der for ________________25c
the will commissioners be a howl put tremble up for weeks i the dimes and nickels? army. Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, J. SGHNARR & GO. ManufacturersOrlando
I Ten billion copies of
newspaperswere This is one of the things they do
to come. i printed in the country last year. better in Germany. German per pound, ______20c and 21c ,
army
The information has gotten abroad
Who took the time to read them? Fancy Peaches and Prunes
braces double at the back well Florida
are
that it is the intention of the commissioners -' as ,
Orlando I One hundred and seventy thousand as the front. A separate strap goes per pound,____ 13c., 2 for 25c
to end the highway at -
but regardless of who is be-I clergymen preached in 220,000 churches straight up and straight down over Tomato Catsup, per bottle-
last year,and the congregations, of each shoulder, the strain fair
hind the idea, the people of lower I bringing 10c., loc., 20c. and 25c
all denominations, numbered 40,000- and the of the shoulder.
square on top
South Florida will never submit to it Tomatoes, per can-
000. Who went to church? These are the kind that, according to
being carried out. 5c., 7c., 8c., 10c., and 12c.
It is interesting to know what is
this medical all
authority we to
The feasible route for the highwayis ought CAREY HANDFUNERAL
going on in this country-the things wear. Pork and Beans, per can-
to Kissimmee, and from there
through St. Cloud to Melbourne, on I that people are doing and who are 5c., Sc., lOc. and 121 :,c

the East Coast. The route is much I I doing them- and why.-Leslie's. Practically all of the editors in the Pure Ground Coffee, per lb.- DIRECTOR .

shorter than to go farther south than j state are making themselves blue in 18c., 23c. and 28c
TRUTH IN A
Kissimmee; the people of this coun- NUTSHELL. the face howling "graft" in connectionwith Nice Salted Mackerel and AND EMBALMERAll

ty stand ready to built a short road, Whoever wrote this got the entire the proposed state printery plan. Herring ____________6c each :
the real trouble be
from the Orange County line to St. Possibly may i
Cloud, and from here the road has truth in a nutshell: If you have a lit- found in the fact that there are sev- Florida Cane Syrup, qt.,15c, j
already been layed out and cleared tle farm or business and are out of eral hundred editors and printers in Gallon ------___________55c calls answered Promptly Dayor
for a distance of twelve miles, and our debt, do not fret and work yourself the state and not enough graft print- Honest Measure and weights. Hand PJock.
and good wife into the Night.
county commissioners are ready toI your grave eries to go round.
I for the sate of making You
pledge that the road to the end of money.
the county will at once be put in good I i have but one life to live and that is at IF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring Cash Grocery Co. Orlando Florida.PHONE .
i best brief. Take little comfort ,
very a
Water. Phone Wright, 444.
shape; it is a most picturesque route;
it is much nearer for those on either and pleasure as you go along day by 6-2-3t Telephone 618. 7 E. Church St. i 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
I day, and try to do a little good to
coast desiring to make a cross state -- -
others. A morbid, insatiate desire to
in fact from standpoint it
run every 3
is the logical' route for the West Coast f grab everything in sight is at the i ii r
highway. I foundation of more misery than almost i

As to what character of materialour any one thing. Wealth, if alone, P
delegates will guarantee to con- will never keep your memory green A REPEATING
struct the road from the Orange coun- after you are gone-but a good life EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
and kind actions will.
ty line to St. Cloud we have not yet some
learned, but we think it would be ad- SHOT GUN
IF BILIOUS, drink Elder Spring
visable to pledge themselves to build
Water. Phone Wright, 444. all
Is right for hunting
the road with sand and oil. Brick is w I
exceedingly costly, and has proved a 6-2-3t Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne wild game. But for
bad investment when not laid on a YGvR hunting business we find
solid foundation, whereas sand-oil is with of ,l the most efficient means
plenty Foliageand
cheap, and time has proved that it i g'J' SeJ to beGOOD I ,
C COlOillill l ] Hill I -
GOODS. GOOD
holds up well when laid on sand. I i Trees. a \
With the seven mills allowed the ((1 V ; : ) SERVICE AND LOW
commissioners a sand-oil' road could PRICES.
I
be builded without the county goingin 'I Price $2000.00 Again we call your attention Tampa Special for hens.
debt, whereas it would be neces- and Mo-Life for horses and mules.
to borrow at least seventy-five .
sary You hear about Colonial -
thousand dollars above what the \ The Co-Operative Produce Co.
seven mill levy will net to build the Hills.
" W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
road with brick. You read about Colonial I
But by all menas let us have the C.A.HOVEYORLANDO
road, it matters not what it costsor Hills.
of what character of material' it I You talk about Colo- THE VERY LATEST IDEASIn
I is builded.-St. Cloud Tribune.
THE COST OF HIGH LIVING nial Hills.
Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. We also
Eighty-eight .million gallons of later
whiskey were made in the United Sooner or you carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.

States last year. Who drank it? I will buy in Colonial I Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

ufactured Fiften billion in the cigarettes United States were man-last I. Hills. Why not NOW! ROOFINGAND over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted on

year. Who smoked them all? It will give you satis- "postcarditis." Just now we have some very new ideas in
Thirty-two million pounds of snuff and cards.
faction and profit. birthday general greeting
were manufactured in the United
States last year. Who did all the SHEET METAL CO.
\v. S. BRANCH
sneezing? CARL DANNlltlMMIIilllMillMMiMMIiilillilMIIIMIMII ,
Two hundred and twenty million THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
.
and Rubber RoofingsCornices
WE DELIVER THE GOODS

i Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings The Orlando Meat MarketT.

Orlando Delivery I and Messenger e Service
'
Works 14 E. Church St.
: ORLANDO A. YANCY, Manager
TruckFOR I
Harley-Davidson Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

QUICK SERVICE Florida and Western Meats


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

PHONE 444 Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
DISCOUNT ON fURNITUREI E

Good and Bad Cigar Stores PHONES | Business 135 \\9. O. BOX 226
Residence |133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

_1"IIJII'IIIC'II "I"lr"'I"'fr"T"'A"T."I'. I reduce our stock as much as .

much as possible by the 15th, will
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: Discount of 25 Per Cent
OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I To ( )1..1.1-- Ciisrr.jnersDo

OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE :i i off our regular cash price on any you want a fine Velvet Rug, 3Gin. x 72 in., in

FRESH AND SALT MEATS goods in store. soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre

Kept under the best sanitary conditions. same size,
Everything screened away from the files, and kept frft --- Do you use Aluminium Ware?
" See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
and pare Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutely
We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have Hammond&GoreFUNERAL a free.
everything in the Meat Line.
CallFINLEY'S

:H.: jVdL Self & Co. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. PIONEERand c

Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. see our Premium Table.
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WHEN YOU SEE WRIGHT think of !
; Lumber, La-th and Shingles SENTINELWANTS Elder Spring Water. When you I Lake Site ;
think of Elder Spring Water see ;
'Wright. Phone 444. 6-2-tf I 1

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING .
HAIR LUMBER I 3
Today's Sentinel is replete with the j
advertisements of most of the merchants Two
. The Morning Sentinel Want of Orlando and there are some
Directory is the Greatest Want
opportunities containedin
rare shopping
OBLAN.DO. Ad Medium in Orlando.
these advertisements, which careful Real Bargains
I Terms Cash in Advance. and discriminating buyers will y

Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime RATES readily grasp.! Read. all the advertise- 136 acres with beautiful fron- "1
ments carefully.The
For One Day ________-____25t
For Three Days ____________50c tage on two lakes. Knock Out
For Six Days ____-_________75c want ad.'s the thing.USE .
..: For One Month ____________$2.50 515 per acre.
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- 60 acres, mile off brick road. ;
PERFECT tains more than 25 words the rate .
YOU TO GET
WANT will be one cent per word for Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in- s
WE sertion.If $20.00 per acre.
GAS SERVICE... you can't bring your ad to GECOINSECTICIDE
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- See E. B. Bradley Quick.
a
counts opened by telephone will be j
payable the following day.

I Every Home-Every Business-
Every Man has use for a R
Sentinel Want Ad. in and around your house ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,

OUR DESIRE to kill .
=
FOR SALE MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, ffvtkins Block PHONE SC4 j
Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied
:FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will 5 passenger in good condition; extra ALL OTHER INSECTS -= ---= -
not only be pleased themselves but who will speak a : equipment; extra tire; exceptional
value Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. GE-CO is a stainless. liquid used with
good word for their gas service. 5-8-lmoc a. spray. and. guaranteed. to do the Dr. S. S. Jones
II work. Don't set up and fight mos- .
OUR ADVICE FOR SALE-My Cadillac car. Price quitoes all night. Spray your room CHIROPRACTOR
$250. Dr. Porter 403 Magnolia with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
\ avenue. 6-3-6tc your Croceryman get it for you. Or graduate Davenport College 17 and
To bring about this desirable condition the Company direct if he will not supply you. Put 18 Yq l1-Duckworth building; phone 1
advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete FOR SALE-Coca-Cola vending machine up by the 209. Intelligent people everywhere i i
Capacity 5 dozen bottles. are being restored to health by chiro- 1
ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of Cost $150. Will sell for $25. Can be p ORLANDO practic adjustments the new scienceof

progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as seen McCamy.at Ramki's. Bottling Works.6-2-Gt Jno.* GO, U, IU,, FLORIDA removing free.the cause of disease.12-24-lmo Examination j

wonderfully as all other progressive industries and you Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341

will be surprised to see the changes for the better that FOR cottage SALE seven OR RENT-Two rooms and story bath Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com- '- 1

have taken place in gas ranges water heaters etc. modern conveniences roomy porches, pound and keep down the dust.
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
OUR OFFER 2-23-tf DoctorsBuckiiiaslcr OSTEOPATHr i


Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkable I FOR RENT & Bnmdagi DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER i

' new ranges-beautiful in design and apearance perfectin FOR RENT Cottage, for the summer )ffice corner Orange Avenue and 1
\ operation and extraordinary in features of economy. Yancey., or by the year; cheap.3-28-tfc T. A. OSTEOPATHS Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.. J
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Phone 419.
We offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiestof
FOR RENT-Furnished five room at Kirksville Mo. ]
terms.ORLANDO. flat, close in, flowers and garden 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
to couple without children, for sum- National Bank. Phone 578.
mer months. Reply "Pat," care of

Sentinel. G-4-Ct PHONE 646 Picnic PartiesShould

WANTED
For Eight Cylinder Cadillac get the good things for
IED-Sweet potato slips. Any .3
WATER & LIGHT CO| variety but must not be mixed. Will .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- their lunches of us. !
pay $1.25 per thousand at my packinghouse
in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- BARNARD & SON PIMENTO CHEESE l

GAS DEPARTMENT ton. 6-3-d&w-tf 17 12-10-lm Hughey Street Jrlando Fla. CREAM CHEESE

WANTED-To rent house by the POTTED :MEAT '
----
year. Must be modern have sleeping -
porch, about five or six rooms and PORK AND BEANS
.. must be well located close in. State Orlando Wood Yard I CRACKERS
location and rent in answer. Address
Resident care the Sentinel. 5 25-tf BREAD
BUTTER
WIDOW WANTS position as house- Removed from Pine St. two blocks
keeper, at once. Will work for north on Railroad west end Washington JAM
small wages and pleasant home. Ad- JELLY
dress Box G, Sentinel, or phone 656 St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat -
6- -6tc all times. HONEY


SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY .COi WANTED having fifteen POSITION years experience young man in GRAPE LEMONS JUICE

where department ability stores and merit desires would position war- B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE I l LCARUTIIERS I

rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y" care Sentinel. 4-28-tf I
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. & GORE
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please ---- -- --
. a return to Morton Jones & Son bus IDON'T ,
line. 5-13-tf I New Modern G Grocery y

Can supply your wants in everything FOUND-A mileage book. Owner WORRY
may have same by paying for this Phone 200
advertisement. Inquire at Sentinel
.to eat and wear. New things office.

6 and 8 East Pine St. I I'
TO ECHANGE For house and loin
and good things always, Give us Orlando lake- front, 1 mile from If you are disappointedabout
railroad and brick road; 12 acres 9 getting a new Eas-
set to budded trees two years ago; 3
a trial. acres unimproved; extra good land. ter Suit,we can-put your
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tf old one In good condi-

tion for just such occas $40.70TO
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
. "while you wait," at Young's Repair Ions.
Shop. 21 E.: Pine St. 2-4-lyr

TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse JUNTO STEAM LAUNDRY. +
SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY repairs of all kinds done .

promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; New York andPhiladelphia
Dry Cleaning
screen doors and windows a specialty;
garages office fixtures; window and Steam Cleaning
door frames made to order. Get our
prices. 18 East Church street. A Pressing and Repairing
'J postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo
I AND RETURN
.
HOME BAKING OF ALL KINDS
r Orders solicited for anything need- From ORLANDO
ed in that line. Received first awardat Cut Flowers
Subtropical Midwinter Exposition.Can .
Pure Ice CreerriWhen please the most fastidious. Mrs. VIA
M. E. McPhern 915 Kuhl avenue.
, Phone 612. 6-4-4t* and Plants

SHOE HOSPITALNo. A Atlantic Coast Line i

I 8 E. Church St.-C. F. Bouton. Floral
I' to the Shoe Hos- Designs
you want PURE ICE Bring your repairs Standard Railroad of the South
For
Partyyou pital for repairs. I pay parcel post
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
one way.
don't believe that we take i Men's half soles sewed__________80cMen's .
Club Tickets sold Final limit
daily.
half soles nailed ________ 60c. 1
the greatest care in its manuWe make our Ice Cream from I Ladies half soles, sewed ________ 60c October 31st. Stop-overs.
facture come and watch us Church SocialSchool Ladies' half $soles nailed _______ 45c. Violet Dell Florist. .j
up tubercular tested cows. All Leather heels' _________________ 20c. Variable routes.
make it. You will be surprisedat SocialLodge Rubber heels all kinds ________ 40c. ..
th. every detail is given. cans, moulds and everythingused Shoes repaired while you wait. For reservations call on

kind you want, any time used in the manufacture of our J. M. CARUTHERS D. W. WHITE D. T. A. j

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A. 1
\ ized. PicnicOrder Located in the Arcade BuildingAll Orlando
from a quart up. 4
work guaranteed and neat- I
You are cordially invited to .- ly done. Our work is the best
inspect oar factory at any Hands Pure and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE
This is the to have
time. place your
I Ice Cream 375
old clothes made new. )!
.. Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. West Jefferson Street

Suit dry cleaned, pressed___60c. Successor to 9i j

Suit pressed _____________40c i
HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Hand Wood CompanyWood .

pressed ____________50c DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
... Mohair suits pressed ______25c of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST 1
... We do ladies' work also. Giveus
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson PROMPT SERVICE
Street a trial and be convinced. FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Phone 613. OPTICAl.REPAIRING i

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"Let's meet at Butt's.Iesrs. ."

THE KEY To SUCCESS
:\ J. C. and Jos. H. Jones spent
yesterday in Sanford on professional
matters. MONEY! IN THE

"Individuality" in your job printing \ -
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Dr. O. F. Sims, of Ocoee was !ti'I .'_
among the representative citizens
from west Orange mingling business .

with pleasure in Orlando yesterday.Mr. <-
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and Mrs. J. R. Byrd and familywere \, -- -.t..'
in Orlando yesterday from Lady .
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Lake en route to Taft where they .. :
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$ "Do not put off for tomor- Rev. Mary Safford left yesterday
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.; row what you should do to- afternoon for Chicago to attend the / .r MAN t
National Suffrage Conference which
: day" for tomorrow never -:.
Rai convenes there next week. WHO IS SUCCESSFUL? '
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comes .

Mrs. W. T. Jamieson, who has been HELL: TELLYU. .
of weeks with relatives
Doing is the great thing. The man spending a couple ... -:; .
and friends in Jacksonville, returned .
who acts accomplishes. It may be home yesterday.

too late if you wait. Why not deposit -

a dollar today and start on the "Let's meet at Butt's." OPPORTUNITIES come every day to men with money.

acticve road to prosperitythousands Has yours come? WERE YOU READY? A savings account
Mr. Fred Bass, one of Kissimmee'srepresentative
are traveling happily that way. citizens, was in Orlando started a few years ago would come in handy now. Startit

Put aside a little a week and see how yesterday looking after business now; in a few years you will be the man ready with

easily, faithfully and steadily your matters. the money.)

account grows. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you
Miss Jessie White, who has been put in our bank and compound jthe interest every three
spending a couple of weeks very delightfully '
months.!
STATE BANKOF
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at White Springs, returned
home yesterday afternoon.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Mr. P. M. Shanibarger, one of Pine The Peoples National Bank
Castle's leading citizens, was trans-
acting business and greeting friendsin
Orlando yesterday.Mrs. "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
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George Stewart and son, Rob-
ert, left yesterday afternoon for Detroit -

FORAGE GROCERY CO. the summer., :Mich., where they will spend .


Specials for Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pringle are home
after a three months stay in Florida, '' IMMMMMMMIM IMItfcMIMIIIIMtlllllitll t "_ ._ ___

Monday principally at Orlando.ClipperMonitor : -
Brownsville, Pa.


15 pounds. sugar"QUANTITY. . .AND. .QUALITY". . . . .$1.00 "Let's meet at Butt's." THE NEW P FAW A KARD TIM

Kingan's sliced breakfast bacon, 1 pound box . 30 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson arrived -

Excellent hams, per pound . . . . . .18 in Orlando yesterday for a few
Creamery butter per pound . . . . . .38 days sojourn. Leaving here they will ,
Snowdrift lard, large pail . . . . . 1.00 go direct to their home in :\Monroe I
Gross weight, 4 pound pail lard . . . . .40 Wis. FULLY EQUIPPEDThe
Pillsbury flour, 24 pound sack . . . . 1.15
First class pastry flour, 24 pound sack . . 1.10 To reduce our stock as much as pos- '
sible the 15th, will discountof
. . __ . by give a
Meal 9 pounds -- __ . .25 25 per cent. off our regular cash
Grits, 9 pounds .. .. .. . . . . . .25 price on any goods in store. Ham best value ever producedin
Best head rice, 4 pounds . . . . . .30 mond & Gore. 6-5-tf:
: Tomatoes, 4 cans, 2 pound _. . . .25
Tomatoes, 3 cans, 3 pound . . . . . 25 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Valleon, who '' high grade MOTOR CARS
Good coffee . . have spent the season in St. Peters-
ground per pound . . .18
Green coffee, per pound . . . . .16 burg, spent several hours in Orlando
Arbuckles coffee per pound . . . . .19 yesterday en route to their home in For Orlando
White House coffee, per pound . . . . .33 I' Steubenville, Ohio. ,
Maxwell House coffee, per pound . . .31
Maxwell House coffee, 3 pound can, per can . .85 Miss Mary Daugherty who has been : $2,725.00Sold
Tomatoes, 6 cans, 5 cent size . . . . .25 the guest of friends in Orlando for '
Good corn, 3 cans . . . . . . .25 some days, left yesterday afternoon :
over the Atlantic Coast Line for Lou- :
June
Early peas, per can .10

Crisco, large size : . . . . . . 85 isville Ky. .;
Crisco, medium size . . . . . . .-li) I I By .
Cottolene, large pails . . . . . . 1.30 I Mr. and Mrs. James H. Shipley left ;
Shredded cocoanut 7 . . yesterday for Indianapolis and Pittsburgh :
packages . .25: i,
Cream of wheat . . ._ . . . ._ .14 and thence to Boston Mass., :II San Juan Garage Companyilll
Grape Nuts, 2 packages . . . . . .25 where they will spend the summer
Corn flakes, Post Toasties, Quaker oats, each . .09 months. :
Best corn, per sack . . . ? . . 1.90 I 111111'11 .llillll'II"'I'III'IIIII'III'I'III'I"1111111111. .. . _.4. ..

Best oats, per sack . . . . . . . 2.30 REDUCED and dressmaking RATES, through on lessons the in art ---- -
Best molasses feed, per sack . . . . 1.80 mer. Can do a limited amount sum-of: ---=
Best shorts, per sack . . . . . . 1.75 dress making during dull season. 4 r.
Best bran, per sack . . . . . 1.65 Miss Echols 505 South Main.\
Best beet pulp, per sack . . . . . . 1.80 6-5-6tc CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

Cotton seed meal, per sack . . . . . 1.35; Mrs. T. C. Brannon and Mr. and
Very best Tuxedo chops, per sack . . . 2.15; Mrs. W. II. Howard motored to. Or- .
Cotton seed hulls, per sack . . . . .60 lando yesterday from Oviedo and persons of wealth select a corpor- *.,.,. I '
know it insures
because they
ate executor
GOOD RELIABLE GOODS. HONEST WEIGHT. COURTEOUS spent the day shopping and greeting faithful and capable performance of the '_ :- b -;
TREATMENT. Phone 638. friends. .
trusts create. : _
they -; ,
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Mrs Burnham and Miss Rose Davies Whether the estate be large or of mod- :-- ,
1111111111111"111"11111"1'1"1 who have spent the past six erate size, it is to the interest of both -. .:.- -'
months in Orlando, left yesterday afternoon yourself and heirs to name this Company '. :r -
for their home in Los An- as executor and Trustee. 4 t

geles, Cal."Let's The Records of our Trusts are convinc- :;- '

ing evidence of the community's confidence ...if.
meet at Butt's." in our capabilities. 0 .- ;;'

Valuable Diamond LostHow ..i -
Mrs. P. Phillips and two sons who WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? 4 yw .
have been spending some time on the .
East Coast, where Dr. Phillips has Because of the necessity for efficient .1
been engaged in marketing his large banking organizations to care for the fiduciary '

tomato crop, returned yesterday to business, the Trust Company has developed I
often this appears in the newspapers, the result their home on Lucerne Circle. in half a century, the highest type ,
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby of banking institution. ,

having it examined at our store at least once every A. W. Jernigan and wife, II. C. I Primarily chartered to handle trusts -

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof Baker and wife, J. LeRoy Harden and the Trust Companies of the United States : ? x:
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manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin wife, and Miss\ E. Cruix motored over I have developed such efficiency that not one ,.,, -
our shop, thereby saving :you time and a middleman's from Orlando Saturday morning and I cent of trust funds committed to their _
profit. A trial will convinec you. spent the day on the beach, returning I care have been lost through failures.
in the e-enini.-Da"tona Journal.
Have you investigated the service of

r this institution, ..
Miss Mathilde Niles and brother,
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:Mr. Lotus Niles, who have been ,


T. H. EVANS I for morning relatives spending their over home several and the friends in days Atlantic Miami,in left Orlando Coast yesterday with Line I I DrlaiuloORLANDO n & Trll t C ill an



t JEWELER;
Miss Jeannet Halstead left yesterday -, FLORIDA
J afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine I ,
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for Jacksonville where she will | Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
make a short visit before proceeding Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
to Philadelphia, Pa., where she will I
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