The morning sentinel
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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 8, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bryan Believes if He Writes the Austro-German Army Within
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if Wilson 'VroteItConflict French Succeed at O ORLANDO R N D O DENTISTS I AN INCORPORATED

I J. C. Lawton President of Club Tracy Le :Mont ;Rev. Ley Acted as Temporary ORGANIZATION:

BULETIN: for Next Year--Officers Rome, June 7.-Italian sea, air and Chairman 20 Was Do I -

ATHENS, JUNE 7.THE CONDITION and Directors Elected land forces are now engaged in prosecuting nated for Good of LETTER FROM SEARS WAS READ

a vigorous offensive againstthe
Will Attend State Meeting at
Austrian forces protecting the
Pass-a-Grille Which Will
CONTINUES CRITICAL. DOCTORS gateway to Trieste. While the land Says lie Will Work for Larger .
: i t t i i i5 t t i i .'s i the special meeting of the Associated Be in Session ThreeDa"s "
ATTENDING HIM ARE ALARMED. forces, aided by artillery and aero-
CLUB HAS Charities at the San Juan hotel Appropriation for Orlando
THE KING'S TEMPERATURE REMAINS planes, are continuing their concentrated -

104.Washington. NO DIRECTOR attack against Tomino, across last evening a permanent organization PostofTice-'Vants Helpof

SAt the Isonzo, a flotilla of destroyers to- was perfected, resulting in the Several Orlando dentists will attend CitizensThe
the Mendelssohn Club meet- the annual convention of the Florida
bombarded Monfalcone and
7.A cabinet crisis day again W. R. O'Neal
June = election of as president;
ing last evening no director was Dental Association, at Pass-a-
Duino, destroying the castle of Duino State
Board of Trade last
has arisen over the note to Ger- meeting
elected for the ensuing year. It. N. P. Yowell first vice-president; Grille, June 9, 10 and 11.
and silencing of the Austrian bat-
That acute difference of opin- one evening at the San Juan hotel was
many. is customary to elect a director teries. Dean Remsen, second vice-president; I Among those who have signified
ion between the members of the cab- featured by an increased attendance
when the board of directors and :Miss: Corinne Robinson, secretary, and ,their intention of attending are Drs.
inet over the terms of the note exist nearly sixty being present, and by the
officers hold their joint meeting :Mrs. II. L. Beeman, treasurer. The E. W. Lott, A. B. Whitman II. J.
became known definitely this aft-!- Within 18 Miles of Lemberg number of interesting reports from
later in the summer. At the pres- directors elected were Mrs. J. T. Bosse, and J. E. Crawford. Promi-
when Bryan went tome London, June 7.-Battering its way the various committees. It was reported -
noon.. ..Secretary.. ent time Mr. Carr is not the di- Fuller, Mrs. Dr. W. M. Edwards :Mrs.J. : nent members of the dental profes-
White n. House, and after a talk from the south, the AnstroGermanarmy ," that the Board of Trade is now
I rector, it was stated by a member M. Pedrick, and Rev. J. B. Ley. sion from this and other states will
with President Wilson took the note ; operating from Stry, advancedto duly incorporated, and that plans for
of the club last night, as his con- The directors and officers comprisethe be present, and several valuable' lectures
back to the state department to couchit within eighteen miles of Lemberg the new Board of Trade building are
tract expired June 1. Who will board of governors.Rev. will be given during the meet.
in phraseology which he thought according to unofficial dispatches from rapidly being put into tangible form
be director for next year will be J. B. Ley acted as temporary Pass-a-Grille was selected as the '
should be employed.The Vienna tonight. lor presentment in the near future.
determined at the approaching chairman.Ia'or Sperry, chairmanof meeting place this year on accountof
note originally phrased by the According to a correspondent of After Another Contention
meeting of the board of directors the special committee on location its many excellent attractions,
president will be considered by a full the Vienna Reichs Post with the staff The State Dental Association whichis
and officers. reported that a number of offices had such as boating, bathing, fishing. An
cabinet tomorrow and a decision .s ss s. ss..sssB. of this southern army, the Teutonsare being held at Pass-a-Grille this
been offered for the use of the society enjoyable vacation, and much valuable
reached as to its final terms. now advancing north of Rezpwa- week will be urged by the Board of
but action on this matter was information is anticipated by the local -:
Another, and most important ques- dow and are only 18 miles from Lem- Trade to hold its next regular meet-
W. S. Branch, Jr. deferred until after the first meetingof delegation who will leave this af
tion to be considered by the cabinet berg and with their drive unstemmed.The ing in Orlando in 1916. The five local
The Mendelssohn Club held their the board of governors.The ternoon.
tomorrow will be whether or not it is center, according to official dentists who will attend this meeting
annual election of officers last even- committee in charge of secur-
advisable for the United States tot statements, the troops of Gen. Von will be urged to make every effort to
ing, and heard the reports of the work ing an active manager or trained BASEBALL RESULTS
send a firm note to Great Britain de- Mackensen are following in a phalanx secure the convention.
for the fiscal just nurse to conduct the organization'swork
manding that all rights of American accomplished year along the railroad from Przemysl to Congressman Sears, in a letter,
ended which showed that in sipte ofa has been carrying on consider- National League
commerce and international law be Lemberg, the apex of which is stated that he would do everything in
season of so-called setbacks and able correspondence but was not readyto Pittsburgh 6, Brooklyn 1.
observed, and at the same time the crammed with heavy guns, and have his power to secure an increased appropriation -
tightness, the total receipts report last night. St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 8.
note to Germany wilt be forwarded. driven the Russians beyond Wyznia for a new postoffice for
excee ded th ose o f th e pre v's s e a son Mrs. Beeman, the treasurer, an- Others, rain.
Secretary Bryan is of the opinion to the northeast Mosciska, and are Orlando and desired cooperation.The .
by several hundred dollars. nounced that she was ready to receive American: League
that this should be done. surging forward in their tidal wave Windermere board of trade wis
With an active membership of less funds, and several gentlemen present New York 2, Detroit 3.
President Wilson and the cabinet sweep which began west of Tarnowsome given a vote of thanks for the recent
than fifty, the club has done a remarkable made cash contributions aggregating Boston 3, Chicago 8.
disagreed with Secretary Bryan and weeks ago. memorial calling for a centennial celebration -
work in chorals and light $20, as a neucleus on which the society Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 4.
decided that the issues should be made to be held in Orlando.
operas, which would do credit to cities will begin its work. Washington 6, Cleveland 3.
separately. Considerable in
French Gain Two Trenches TreasuryThe
of many times the population, under The next meeting of the society will Federal League
President Wilson himself treasurer's showed
was not London, June 7.-Two thousand report a
the able guidance of its be held Tuesday afternoon June 15
president, ,,
4-3 Baltimore 3-2.
Brooklyn ,
inclined, and the best information ob- German dead left on the field in terrific balance of $761.42 in the treasury. He
Hon. J. M. Cheney, and Director Carr,, a at 5 o'clock. A meeting of the boardof
Kansas City 1 St. Louis 0.
tainable in this is ,
respect that his : battle fought east of Tracy Le made the announcement that he had
both: of whom have consistently refused was called for Thursday
governors All that scheduled.
present intention is not inclined now Mont today after the Germans directed were secured $120 from twelve new mem-
to be discouraged in the face of afternoon, June 10, at 5 o'clock, at
to make the demands of his first Atlantic
note a furious attack against the French South LeagueJacksonville
odds. the House.A bers.The
apparently impossible Episcopal Chapter
1 less vigorous in the second communi- lines in an effort to recapture the t clines 7, Columbus 0. entertainment committee have
The meeting was an enthusiasticone
cation now being framed. of trenches lost in the fighting Charleston 5, Augusta 4. nearly perfected their plans for the
) and prospects are bright for an- CLOSE CALL TO SERIOUS IFNOT
Secretary Bryan told the presidentthat yesterday.The Macon 3, Albany 1. entertainment of the Central Florida
other successful FATAL INJURY
it was his judgment that the demands year. Germans apparently, are fear- Columbia 6, Savannah 3. Highway Association on Thursdayand
Officers elected follows
were as ::
of the United States could be ing the French the Florida Citrus Exchange on
to Southern
attempt penetrate League
President, J. C. Lawton; first vice- Dr. J. F. McKinnon county super-
made just as firmly as before, but their lines and threaten the flank of Memphis 5, Atlanta 2. Friday.
president, J. R. Yearby; second vice- intendent of public instruction, while
with less probability of involving the the facing the French above New Orleans 6 Little Rock 3. itoskins ReportsE.
army ,
president, Mrs.: J. T. Fuller; record- crossing the A. C. L. tracks Sunday I
two countries in war, if they were Arras, and are making desperate efforts Chattanooga 5, Birmingham 2. C. Hoskins, chairman of the
made somewhat different in ing secretary, Miss Mary Branham; afternoon on Fairview avenue, received -
manner. to stem the tide of the offensive :Mobile: Nashville 0. transportation committee
new 9, reported
The cabinet corresponding secretary, :Miss: Alta a sudden warning of an approaching -
meets tomorrow and
before serious damage is done. that the committee
Wrighttreasurer: S. K. A. C. L. was making evei:*
the Guernsey; passenger train,
will have note before it in the two In the sector between this front and effort with
TWO HUNDRED: PLAYERS READY together the railroad sta-
directors, J. M. Cheney, W. S. Branch north bound. The train was 200 yards
forms. 'The form it
given the
by pres- Arras another tions
ident and Jr., :Mrs.: R. P. Cobb, Miss Emma Hai- sanguinary engage- distant and in his confusion Dr. :Mc: between Sanford and Tampa, to '
approved by majorityof ment fought southeast of Hebu- have local
was Memphis, Tenn.-Course conditionswere trains 27 and 28 reinstated
nero F. II. Williams. Kinnon "chocked" his Ford engine on
the cabinet last
at Tuesday's
and the form in which meeting The official board willmeet; duringthe terne, where several hundred German the tracks. The train slowed down,, ideal for fast golf at the start on the schedule. He stated that the

SecretaryBr'an summer and plan the work for the dead were found on the field after the the prow struck the right front wheel here Monday of the fifteenth annual time was inopportune for such action.
would have
I two German lines of trenches were tournament of the TransMississippiGolf Messrs. Bradshaw and Holbrook
coming season, with the expectationof and ditched the car, Dr.lcKinnon ;
the takn, together with 400 prisoners.The Association. Approximately 200 who attended the Dixie Highway
doubling membership November jumping. It
London.-The admiralty announcedthis by was a very narrow escape -
first.Athens.It. German report states that the and brought a hundred spectators players, representing more than a Commission meeting at Chattanooga,

afternoon that a Zeppelin raided French attacks on the southern slopesof to the who score of clubs in cities west of the gave reports.A .
heard the
the east coast of England last night, is reported here that the Lorne Heights broke down un- The car was spot virtually uninjured crash.save Mississippi river, were entered in the letter from the local W. C. T. U. ;

bombs.dropping incendiary and explosive the king of Koumania has signed a der the German fire. Berlin also dis- for a few scratches on the wheel. tournament, and paired to start at asked that consideration be given 1

decree ordering a general mobiliza- counts the French claims to success five minute intervals in the first half them for a special room in the new

Five persons were killed and forty tion. southeast of Hebuterne, but admits ANNUAL WOMEN'S of the 36-hole qualifying round. Board of Trade building. J
were injured. Two fires were caused. that before Tracy Le Mont the French White Way DiscussedA
The admiralty also announced thata were able to penetrate to their ad- "white way" for Orlando discussed

over Zeppelin Belgium had by been British blown airmen.to pieces KING TO ATTEND ANNUAL still vanced is in trenches progress, "where in their the position.fighting" nual Philadelphia.women's lawn The tennis twenty-ninth tournamentfor an- ST. lUKE'S HOSPITAL lo Johnson pro praised and the con.property Commissioner owner 1 1 i

the championship of the United on Lake Lucerne for their initiative in A
present-a beautiful cut States opened :Monday: on the courtsof way" their own,

r CHURCH MEMBERS glass dish. Our prices sell them. the Philadelphia Cricket Club with Jas. L. Giles was alluded to and Mr.

Curtis & O'Neal, book store. 74 entries. Giles subsequently stated that this
Since Rev. Wray, the evangelist, Architects to Meet at At- Building Being RepairedPorteCochere evening he would have his property

has commenced his revival meetingsat lantic Beach Thursday and S i t i i i i i i t i . s. s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s a New Feature illuminated all evening for the bentfitof

the Baptist church, fifty-five new FridaInterestingIeeting UNIQUE METHODS OF SOL- TRAIN STOPPED AND DEAD -Many Other not only :Mr.: Johnson but the en-

members have joined the church. : DIERS TO TELL TIME MULE: REMOVED FROMCOWCATCHER" Changes tire city. On a motion the Board of

Last evening twelve came forward ______ Trade went on record as favoring the

and became members of the church, Mr. Murry S. King of Orlando, will Paris.-The latest tale of the'* Workmen are busily engaged "white way" system.Dr. .

there also being several baptisms. attend the annual meeting of Florida trenches describes the method of The Atlantic Coast Line train modelling and repainting St. re-I Stagg was thanked for his efforts -

Tonight Dr. Wray's address will be, a soldier who has not matches or = :No. Sj. due in Orlando at 6:41 hospital. The entire building is to be in securing the Presbyterian as-
architects which at Atlantic
"Moral Insanity: or Crazy People. It flashlight and who wishes to con- = last evening was twenty minutes repainted and partitions have been removed sembly in 1916. :\I.\L:: Smith was

will repay you many times to hear I Beach next Thursday and Friday. It suit his watch. thanked for his work
With his comrades late. Fifteen miles north of Winter I in the front central rooms so at Chattanooga.A .
this eloquent and scholarly evangelist. I is not known whether other Orlando he fire new of fire
opens on the Ger- Park it encountered a mule on t as to form one large reception room. system alarm signalswas

Bring your neighbor to this evening's architects will attend the state con- man trenches. In a few moments the track and killed it. The train A beautiful porte-cochere is to be discussed. A Chautauqua com-

service. vention.It the Germans, fearing that this ,I' was stopped while the mule was built in front of the main building.The mittee was named. The meeting then

is thought that several civil en- heralds a night attack, immediately removed from the cow-catcher. operating room is to be remod- adjourned. f j

HEAVY VOTE BEING CAST AT ST. gineers will attend as the two profes- I. send up a star shell, which I. The train then proceeded and just ,elled and improved in many ways. The

AUGUSTINESt. sions are closely allied, and recent leg- I. lights the surrounding country before reaching Winter Park the !capacity of the institution will be JUDGE J. TURNER BUTLER APPOINTED I

islation affecting the interests of and incidentally the Frenchman's I. front wheels of the engine ran off !greatly increased by the opening of !

Augustine, Fla.-A heavy vote these professions promises to make I. watch dial. t. the track, necessitating another ,the first building east of the mainhospital i iTllh I i

was cast Monday in the election of the the meeting i i f t f i i i 5 i i i t . .. ..u '11 ... .
: interesting lor
; one. I. stop while they were replaced. building the reception ofi assee'" ', na.-Governor Tram- .

commission manager charter. The result George L. Pfeiffer, of Lemon City, Without further delay the Jinx i private patients. mell Monday morning announced the

will be close. Advocates insist is president of the association:: L. THE WEATHER was torpedoed and "S;>" reached I Following the completion of the im- appointment of Judge J. Turner But- -

that the charter will carry. Elliott, of Tampa and Rutledge Orlando in safety and only a few 'provements in the hospital buildings ler, of Jacksonville, to be the addi-

Holmes, of Jacksonville, vice-presi I. minutes behind schedule time. the grounds will be beautified. flow- tional judge for the twelfth judicial j

Get the want ad. habit-coming and dents; E. A. Ahmann, of Jacksonville, Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes- No one was killed or injured. I ers and shrubs will be set out and circuit which was created by the leg- .

going-it pays real money. .secretary-treasurer. I day. .s. ss .s.assss. :other changes made. I islature just closed.

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L\ NOTICE OF ASSESSMENTS Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 1, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 89.24 FOR THE BIBLE READER NO MORE GIRLS ON WARSHIPS
11. Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 3, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 110.07
The City Council of the City of Orlando hereby gives notice have that been the Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 5, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 When in sorow read John 14. Newport, Eng.-"No more girls on
following described lots or pieces of land situate in the said City Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 7, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 Psalm 27. warships." This admiralty order i is
assessed in the amounts set opposite to each as the value of the benefit and Smith's Subd. 69.00 When you fail
Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 9, block A, Ella & Aubrey
advantage beyond the general advantage to all real setate in the city from When have sinned read Psalm the result of a torpedo running amuck
Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 11, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 you
paving and curbing the streets in front thereof or in the immediate vicinity, Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 13, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 I 51. here. Fortunately the wild torpedodid
t such assessment in no case exceeding one-half of the amount of the expenseof Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 15, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00: When read Matthew 6: little damage.
And notice is further given that the :you worry
the said
municipal improvement.
Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 17, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 I II
The British have l
destroyers been
the Council Chamber the 18th day of June,
said City Council will meet at on Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 19, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 19-34.
1915, at 2 o'clock P. M., and then and there will hear any complaints which I I Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 21, block A, Ella & Aubrey Smith's Subd. 69.00 When you are in danger read Psalm putting in here frequently and the officers -
the owner or other person interested in any real estate assessed may wishto Smith's Subd. 69.00C. have become popular with the
Ella & Aubrey Smith-Lot 23, block A, Ella & Aubrey 91.
make against the assessment thereon. M. Tichenor-Begin 777.52 feet west of northeast corner of south- When have the blues read inhabitants. The evening in M' tiona
List of Assessments east quarter of southeast quarter of section 27, township 22 you prominent citizen of Newprw? hip
OWNER'S NAME-DESCRIPTION AMOUNT south range 29 east run west 129.48 feet, south 336.64 feet, east Psalm 34.When .
Orlando Water & Light Co.-Beg. at quarter section post on west 129.48 feet, north 336.2 feet to point of beginning _uunU 154.05 God seems far away read niece and another young woman were
boundary of section 24, township 22 south range 29 east, and Mrs. A. E. \lcBride-East three-fourths of south half of northeast Psalm 139. aboard a destroyer and one of the
run east 20 chains, north DO links, west 4.45 chains to center of quarter of southeast quarter of section 27, township 22 south, discouraged read gunners was explaining the workingof
branch, northwesterly along branch to the mouth of same 4 range 29 east _____________________________________________ 1,142.12 When you are a torpedo tube. The charge of
chains, west 131-2 chains, south 4 chains to beginning (less Paul B. \Ieinig-Southwest quarter of southwest quarter of north- Isaiah 40.When .

R. R. right of way) --_--_________----_____--_______________$ 616.66 east quarter of southeast quarter of section 27, township 22 doubt comes upon you try high explosive had been removed and
Mrs. G. S. Jouett-Lot 1, Abbott's Add. to Orlando ___u__________ 783.91 south, range 29 east _________u____________________________ 370.36F. I John 7:17. placed to one side when the gunner
Mrs. G. S. Jouett-Lot 2, Abbott's: Add. to Orlando u_____________ 3.15.251 C. Beiler, et al.-West 412.72 feet of north half of southeast quar- fearful was temporarily called away. :Meanwhile : -
Mrs. G. S. Jouett-Lot 3, Abbott's Add. to Orlando _______________ 37.80 ter of southeast quarter (less west 10 feet for road purposes) of When you are lonely or another came along. and i
Mrs. G. S. Jouett-Lot 4, Abbott's Add. to Orlando _______________ 172.38 section 27, township 22 south, range 29 east _________________ -469.10 read Psalms 23. gunner
the had been
Mrs. G. S. Jouett-South 100 feet of lot 13, Abbott's Add. to Orlando 108.98 Mrs. H. B. Myers-Begin at northwest corner of block 11, Summerlin When you forget your blessingsread thinking explanation concluded -
Rolla J. Reel-The east 200 feet of the north 100 feet of lot 8 of Addition, run south 75.5 feet, east 147 feet, north 75.5 feet, replaced the charge and went

Abbott's Add. ____________--____--_--_______________--___-- 115.09 west 147 feet to point of beginning uunuunu_ S0.50 Psalm 103. away.
O. Water & Light Co.-North 100 feet of lot 13, Abbott's Ad.______ 130.21 Mrs. S. M. Yowell-Begin 204 feet south of northwest corner of For Jesus' idea of a Christian read The first gunner returned and, unaware -
O. Water & Light Co.-Lot 1, block C, R. Miller's Add. to Orlando 85.54 block 11, Summerlin Add., run south 91 feet, east 210 feet, north Matthew 5.
O. Water & Light Co.-Lot 2, block C, R. Miller's Add. to Orlando 121.09 86 feet, west 1 foot, north 5 feet west 209 feet to beginning__ 97.03 When faith needs stirring up that the charge had been replaced -
John Cheney-Lot 16, block C, R. A. Miller's Add. to Orlando____ 121.09 Mrs. Martha Worthley-Begin 62.5 feet north of southwest corner I proceeded with his demonstration -
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 1, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _______ 85.54 of block 11, Summerlin Add., run north 62.5 feet, east HOeel, read Hebrews 11. saying: "This is how the tor- ,
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 2, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _u____ 121.09 south fi'JJi" ft:>''_''tMpst, 11O foot' to point; V'nf BeginningW. -------- 66.64 Wh e il you .4'00'.ee i d own clllU,,,,t ou tread "
With that he
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 3, block B, R. Miller's Add. ___u__ 121.09: M.: Davis-Northeast quarter of block 12: ?IJ':....cln Add ____u 223.92C. Romans 8:31-39. pedo is discharged.
Mrs Linney W. Lewter-Lot 4, block B, R. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09 A. Hovey-Lot 9, DeLaney & ;\Jd:>Lermann's Add. __________u 79.97C. When want for pressed the button.
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 5, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09\) A. Hovey-North 15 feet of lot 10, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. 15.99C. you courage your There was a report and the amazed
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 6, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09 A. Hovey-South 20 feet of lot 10, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. 21.32C. task read Joshua 1. litte party saw the deadly torpedo
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 7, block B, R. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09 A. Hovey-Lot 11, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. _____________ 794)7 When the world seems bigger than leave its tube and travel under water
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 8, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09 C. A. Hcvey-Lot 12, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. __uu_ 794)7 God read Psalm 90.
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter Lot 9, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. _______ 121.09 J P. Holbrook-South 15 feet of lot 13, DeLaney & Meistermann's read right across the stretch between the
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 10, block B, R. A. Miller's Add. ______ 121.09 Addition _____________________________________-__-_________ 15.99J. When you want rest and peace pier where the destroyer was tied up
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 6 of Ketcham & Needham's Add. _____ 121.09 P. Holbrook-Lot 14, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. ________u 79.97J. When you want Christian assurance and the next pier. It was makingstraight
Mrs. Linney. Lewter-Lot 7 of Ketcham & Needham's Add. _____ 121.09 P. Holbrook-Lot 15, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. _______n_ 79.97C. read Romans 8:1-30. for Italian steam-
Mrs. Linney W. Lewter-Lot 8 of Ketcham & Needham's Add. _____ 121.09 A. Hovey-Lot 16 of DeLaney & :Meistermann's Add. (west end) 81.04 For Paul's secret of hapiness read a large
John M. Cheney-Lot 3 of Ketcham & Needham's Add ___________ 121.09 Mrs. H. B. 1\lyers-East 47.5 feet of north half of east 91 feet of ship.But
John M. Cheney-Lot 4 of Ketcham & Needham' Add. ___u______ 121.09 block 1 of Summerlin's Add. ________________________________ 98.30 Collossians 3:12-17. for some unexplained reason
John M. Cheney-Lot 5 of Ketch ld i Needham's Add. ___u______ 121.09 Mrs. Louise Gauthier-Lot 17, block B, DeLaney's Add. ___uuu 85.30 When you leave home for labor or the torpedo's course was suddenly de
Lucy L. Dozier! -Lot 32 of Willcox Add. (less west 65 feet) ------- 163.97 S. Y. Way-South 72 feet of lot 21, block B, DeLaney's Add. ;uu 76.77 travel read Psalm 121. flected. Instead of striking the steamer -
May F. Jamison-If* 34 of Wilcox Add.: (less west 128 feet): u____ 104.91 S. Y.VayNorth Z2.:> feet of lot 22, block B, DeLaney's Add. _.__ 24.00 When bitter or critical it crashed into the wall of the
Mrs. Etta Fish-South two-fifths of lot 5 of Geo. Starkey's Add____ 84.04 Chas. E. Rinaldi-North half of lot 8, block B, DeLaney's Add. __n 92.76 you grow pier twenty feet from the vessel's .
Mrs. Isabella Sherman-North three-fifths of lot 5 of Geo. Starkey's Chas. E. Rinaldi-Lot 11, block B, DeLaney's Add. uuuuu 174.55 read 1 Corrinthians 13. stern. Tons of water were thrown

Addition ___________ ______________________________________ 126.00' Church Home & Hospital-Lot 7, block A, DeLaney's Add. _n_____ 252.36 When your prayers grow narow or into the air, drenching many persons
Mrs. Lala R. Butt-Beg. at southwest corner of South Orange ave- Church Home & Hospital-Lot 8, block A, DeLaney's Add. u______ 155.21 selfish read Psalm 7. who happened to be near by. The
nue and Ernestine St, run west 161 feet, south 75 feet, east 161 Church Home & Hospital-West half lot 9, block A. DeLaney's Add. 77.60 pier suffered considerably. There will
feet, north 75 feet to beg. __________________________________ 52.51 C. W. Fields-Begin at northeast corner of lot 5, W. Whilden's Lu- For Paul's rule on how to get along be no more little parties.
Mrs. Etta Fish-South two-fifths of lot 5 of Geo. Starkey's Add. ___ 146.12S. cerne Property in northwest quarter of northwest quarter of with men read Romans 12.
M. Ford-Beg. 428.5 feet south and 20 feet east of quarter section section 36, township 22 south, range 29 east, run west 125 feet, For Paul's idea of Christianityread OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING
post between sections 35 and 36, township 22 south, range 29 north to Anderson street, east to DeLaney street, south to beginning 2 Corrinthians 5: 15-19.

east, and run on an angle to the left (N) of 85 deg. 50 min. east _________________ _________________________________ 122.87C. .. .
190 feet, south 245 feet to center of ditch, southwesterly along A. Hovey-Lot 16, DeLaney & Meistermann's Add. (south side) 138.62W. When you think 01 investmentsand ; ; Today's Sentinel is replete with the

ditch to Kuhl avenue, north 312 feet to beginning ____________ 258.26W. W. l\Iorse-Lot 1, Denny's Subdiv. ___________________________ 67.53A. returns read Mark 10: 15-31. advertisements of most of the mer-
T. Boylen-Lot 7, block B of Schumann Heights ______u_______ 180.46 M. Lesher-Lot 7, Denny's Subdiv. __uuuu___________ 142.59C. Why not follow Psalm 119:11, and chants of Orlando, and there are some
Miss M. O. and A. B. Smith-Beg. at the southeast corner of section P. Dickerson-South 38 feet of lot 1, W. A. Barnes' Subdiv. _____ 39.27
35, township 22 south range 29 east, run north 5.78 chains, west C. P. Dickerson-North 37 feet of lot 2, W. A. Barnes' Subdiv. ____ 384Z3 get some of these in your memory? rare shopping opportunities containedin
8.11 chains, south 5.78 chains, east 8.11 chains to point of F. W. Stanley-Lot 2 (less north 52 feet) of S. A. Robinson's Sub -Selected. these advertisements, which care-

beginning ______________________ __________________________ 303.36 div. of part of Wilcox Add. _nnnuuu___________ 16.53 ful and discriminating buyers will ,
Miss Alice Kimbrough-Begin 28.3 chains south of the northeast P. W. Stanley-Lot 3 of S. A. Robinson's Subdiv. of part of Wilcox "WilY DO YOU WANT TO (KILL Read all the advertisements
corner of the southeast quarter of section 35, township 22 south, Addition __________________________ _______________________ 70.26 readily crasp. -
range 29 east, run west 8.11 chains, south 5.92 chains, east 8.11 Mrs. Mary A. Fuller-Lot 1 of J. M. Wilcox's Add. _______________ 127.59 US? carefully.
chains, north 5.92 chains to point of beginning _______________ 323*42 Mrs. Mary A. Fuller-Lot 4 of J. M. Wilcox's Add. _______________ 105.39 Paris.-The hatred between the
W. A. Slauter-Lot 1, block A, Schumann Heights ________________ 82.77 Mrs. Mary A. Fuller-Lot 5 of J. M. Wilcox's Add. _______________ 105.39 combatants is not universal. To this the mountainsof
W. R. O'Neal, Trustee-Begin 300.2 feet south and 20 feet west of N. Livingston-North 40 feet of west 200 feet of lot 1 of Chauncy the following passage from a British Montreat, among big
the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of section 35, Holt's Add. _______________________________________________ 41.32 'soldier's letter bears witness: North Carolina class, is unique.accommodationsfor Private
township 22 south, range 29 east, run south 240 feet, west 209.68 N. Livingston-Lot 2, of Chancey Holt's Add. _________________u_ 82.64N. I "In the trenches just by us the Ger- family has high desirable adult
feet, north 240 feet, east 209.68 feet to point of beginning ___u 198.67 Livingston-Lot 3 of Chancey Holt's Add. ----_________________ 82.64 mans are only from 20 to 200 yards a comfortable house guests.
Jos. L. Guernsey-The east 70 feet of: Begin 70 feet east of the N. Livingston-Lot 4 of Chancey Holt's Add. ____uu_____________ 82.64 away. They sent some messages Large, < in each new sleeping; run-
southwest corner of lot 8 of N. L. Mills' subdivision and run east Mrs. Sophie E. Wilmott Lot 1, block 24 (less east 50 feet) of R. written on paper to our fellows yes ning water unexcelled room home; cooking.

138 feet, northerly 150 feet, east 200 feet to Summerlin street, Reid's Add. _______________________________________________ 66.24 terday-threw the paper over with a porches; address "Birdwood," Box
north 10 feet, west 408 feet to East street, south 10 feet, east 70 Trustees of Pres. Church-Lot 1, block 23, R. Reid's Add 234.84 stone, saying, "Why do you want to Particulars 5-16-S10t
feet and south 150 feet to point of beginning ________________ 72.49E. Mrs. Minnie L. Acree-North half of northwest quarter of UUUn block 12 kill us?" In another part of the 27, Montreal, N. C.
II. Byrd-Lot 3, Chas. Tremain Subdiv. ___u__________________ 103.00 of Summerlin's Add. (paid $100 on account) 144.00W. trench they asked (in French) for
J. N. Bradshaw-Lot 2, Alice Davet's Subdiv. ____________________ 77.18 M. Davis-Northeast quarter of block 12 of nuuunnn Summerlin's Add. bully beef and cigarettes. Teh officer An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a

Mrs. E. R. Abernethy-Lot 5, Alice Davet's Subdiv. ___ 77.18 (north side) __--___--___-- _--_--__--___----_____----___--_ 145.46 sent them -some over. safe investment.IIIIMIiMllllllttMillMiitMMIIMMMtllMIIIMI .
Protestant Episcopal Church-The. north 295 feet of the eastTalTo_ ,
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block 14, :Jacob Summerlin's Subdiv. ==_____==____:=:____==_== 225.86E.
P. Monroe-Lot 7, W. Whilden's Lucerne Property _____ 71.12 11111111111111111.11
Mrs. Lucy S. Bryant-Lot 1, \Whilden's Lucerne Property"_____ 72.57J. ARCADE
F. Watkins-Lot 5, block F, T. J. Demsey's Add. _______________ 58.97
F. W. Stanley-Lot 3 of S. A. Robinson's Subdiv. _________________ 139.88
C. E. Wade-West 189.75 feet of lot 14 of Willcox Add. ___________ 189.59 '
Chas. D. Firman-Begin 154 feet east of the northwest corner of lot
15 of J. M. Willcox Add. and run south 126 feet, east 70.75 feet MILKDEPOT
to lD.. Hutches lot, north 126 feet, and west to point of be- .

ginning --________________________________________________ 70.69
R. L. Holland-The south 171 feet of the east 82.4 feet of lot 15,

of B. Gould's Add. __________________ "______ 108.82R.
L. Holland-West 28 feet of lot 16 of B. GouId's'XddT"________ 36!ys
C. A. Partin-East 60 feet of lot 16 of 15. Gould's Add. _nn____ 79,"4 Osteopathy
Mrs. Annie E. Irvine-West half of lot 6, block 4, J. Merrill's Add. 9390
Wm. Smith Estate-Lot 6, block 5, of J. Merrill's Add. __________ 187"14
Geo. A. Barker-Lot 1, McLeod's Subdiv. of west half of block 4 of

Jv. A. Patrick Add. ______--_______--________-_____""""" 60.87 BUTTER :MILK
Geo.:A. Barker-West 40 feet of lot 2, McLeod's Subdiv __________ 51.80 .
C. J. Hodge-East 70.75 feet of lot 1, block 4 (less south 18 feet) of Fresh Every Day. ,

W. A. Patrick's Add. _____--___________--____________ 91.62
Wm. Smith Estate-Lot 6 of Grove Hill Add. (less south 230 feeVof 5c. per glass .

east 13.5 feet) ___________________________________'________ 191.82
Seventh Day Adventist Church-North half of west half of west half 25c. per gallon
of northwest quarter of northeast quarter of southeast quarterof

southwest quarter, section 26, township 22, range 29 east CREAM AND MILK Dr. W. M. Harper Dr. Josephine Harper j

(paid on account $48.32)) ___--__________________--__________ 88.32A. ,
T. Scruggs-North half of east half of west half of northwest BUTTER
quater of northeast quarter of southeast quarter of southwest
'; quarter, section 26, township 22, range 29 east (paid on account Fresh Homemade PLYSICIANS OF SOUTH FLORIDA
$20.00) ______________________________ _____?_____________ 98.88 PIONEER OSTEOPATHIC
M. :M. Barksdale-West 20 feet of lot 18, block 2, Hussey & Cook's SANDWICHES

Add. ______________ -_____________ ________________________ 26.42
M. M. Barksdale-Lot 19, block 2, Hussey & Cook's Add. ____u____ 77.71 PIES AND CAKESIARCADEMILK
J. M. Sellers-North half of west half of west half of northwest
I quarter of southeast quarter of southwest quarter, section 26,

townshin 22. 29 east .. ._ ______ IYO.11
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Ray Kanner-Lot 4, Phillips & Drew's Subdiv. ___________________ 86.94
Harry Kanner-Lot 5, Phillips & Drew's Subdiv. __________________ 86.94 DEPOT 10 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IN ORLANDO j '
Edward Jump-Begin 30 feet north and 143 feet west of southeast
corner of southwest quarter of northeast quarter of southwest
quarter, section 26, township 22, range 29 east run north 181
feet, east 113 feet, north 40 feet, west 113 feet, north 40 feet, MRS. E. M. PARRY
east 113 feet, north 75 feet, west 113 feet, north 5 feet, wst 96
feet, north 120 feet, west 314 feet, south 120.8 feet east 112.75
I feet, south 345.8 feet to Central avenue, east 310.25 feet to pointof

/ beginning ---------------------------------------------- 405.33
Mrs. Nettie IL Bunch-Begin 30 feet north and 104.5 feet east of Dr. Josephine Harper only lady
southwest corner of southwest quarter of northeast quarter of C Colollial l ) Hill ,
southwest quarter, section 26, township 22 south, range 29 east,
run north 345.8 feet, east 112.75 feet, southwesterly 345.8 feet to

r Central avenue, west 103.5 feet to point of beginning ____u___ 135.22R. Osteopath in Orlando makes a
L. Bunch Begin 30 feet north of southwest corner of southwest ,
quarter of northeast quarter of southwest quarter, section 26,
t" township 22 south range 29 east run north 466.8 feet, east 104.5
feet, south 466.8 feet, west 104.5 feet to point of beginning ____ 97.33 I You hear about Colonial diseases of ]
Mary A. Young-Begin at southeast corner of Central avenue and Hills. specialty women ;
r. Reel street, run south 225 feet, east 75 feet, north 225 feet, west

I 75 feet to point of beginning --_____________--______________ 92.22
You read
: :Mary Bass-Begin 75 feet east of southeast corner of Central avenue about Colo-

and Reel street, run south 225 feet, east 75 feet, north 225 feet, nial Hills. and Children. Consultation and
,i west 75 feet to point of beginning (paid $25.22)) ______________ 92.22
Mary A. Young Begin 150 feet east of southeast corner of Central
You talk about Colonial
avenue and Reel street, run south 225 feet, east 75 feet, north

225; feet west 75 feet to point of beginning u________________ 92.22 Hills.
r r. L J. DollIns-Begm 225 feet east of southeast corner of Central ave- examination Free.

nue and Reel street, run east 75 feet, south 225: feet, west 75 Sooner or later
feet, north :225 feet to point of beginning ____________________ 9 ..2m. you
\\" Smith Estate-Lot 1, block 3 (less south 10.44 feet and less will buy in Colonial
east 15 feet in street), W. A. Patrick's Add. uu_________ 194.27
M. Keyes-West 87 feet of north half of northeast quarter of south- Hills. Why not NOW!
west quarter of southwest quarter of section 26: township 22

south range 29 east --____--____--______________- 1064)7 It: will give you satis-
A. M. Harris-East 240.25 feet of north half of northeast quarteVof
southwest quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township faction and profit.

22 south, range 29 east ____________________________________ 258.51 r
C. E. lcDowell-Lot 6 of Allotment of south half of northwest
quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township 22 south, OFFICE MCNEIL t& DAVIS BUILDING

., range 29 east ---------------_--______-- ___--_ 174.37
Mrs. Lena B. Hammond-Lot 7 of Allotment of south"half of north- CARL DANNBUYERS
west quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township 22

south, range 29 east _----_--_--________-- -________ 95"*1 PHONE 419
Mrs. Lena B. Hammond-Lot 8 of Allotment of south"half of northwest -
; quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township 22

> south, range 29 east ______nuu_________________________ 102.67 AND SELLERSI
Mrs. O. A. lcQuaiLot 10 of Allotment of south half of northwest buy, sell rent, and exchange: real
quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township 22 south, estate. Have resided in Orlando Fhu
range 29 east ________________________________________ ____ 75.QQJora ,
Hammond-Lot 11 of Allotment of south half of northwest over 30 years. Have handled over I

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I r. A SALE EVERY DAY IN JUNE! Isn't it typical ol this
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Store of original ideas?

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

just the right time. And certainly Tune is just the right time to

p-v'J- 0 provide the things needed to make the Summer months comfortable.A .



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

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

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

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

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

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

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




three patterns to select from beautifully pieces ity,June Sale priceLADIES' ____________________ lOc Royal Society and Princess Floss all colors,
decorated, regular price, $23.98 June Sale 99 TRIMMED HATS, all new late -i colors, June Sale price, per dozen _______ 1"C I !
price ----------------_-----:-_-------$11. ,June sale ${ 1.98
styles values to $5.00 price
up TOWELS, Hemmed, huck, size 17x31, 121,6cquality !
MATTING RUGS, size 36x72, splendid line ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS, June Sale price, per dozen_______ OuC QJ- ;
patterns, limit one to a customer, June _______ $2 60
talues to ,June Sale
sar:price 27cLADIES' up $5.00 price ONE LOT EMBROIDERIES in Edges,
--- ---- ----- -------- ----
ONE LOT LADIES SHOES PUMPS AND Band, Insertions and Galoons, values up
HOUSE DRESSES, made of Ging- OXFORDS, values up to $5.00, June Sale 25c., June Sale price __________________ :5 c
ham and Percales, all sizes, $1.00alue, $2.00
June Sale price _______________________ 58c


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TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK high sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price ________$1.19 ONE LOT SILKS, consits of JlesseJine, Foul-
POPLINS,full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth up
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
SILK, the best finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75
BLACK one you ever _
saw for the money,yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38 ----------------------------- --50c
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price _$1.00
-------- CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially pricedfor
CHINE, 40 inches wide, silk this sale:
CREPE black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c. quality, June Sale Price __________________58c SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain .
quality, June.Sale Price ------------------__$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________Sic and fancyeaes, large line of colors to
CREPE JMETIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautifulsoft $1.25 quality,June Sale Price _________________93c: select from, worth regular 65c and 75c, I
shimmering silk with a high radium fin- special to clean inour June Sale __
ish,black,white and all colors, $2.00 and$2.50 CIIINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy up ------ 25c I
quality, June Sale Price -----------------___$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _______________________-_42c Ii i

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MORNING AND WEEKLY Hal Beardall has joined the

,*. 1:. GLENN .............._.....EdiUr The Board of Trade has received ranks of the Drennen boosters and
W. C. ESSINGTON ......BmineM Manager
_ several hundred specially designed has a pretty cottage on Lake Gatlin OUR BUSINESS YEAR

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida ."welcome" pennants to be used in decorating 'which will be used as a summer home.
as Second Class Mail Matter.
business houses and cars during -()- IS IN FULL, SWINGAND
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Citrus Exchange convention. :Mr. George Barber is building a
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $ .0Dairy.
6 Month ...................... 2-60 These pennants are on sale at nice bungalow on his property on the 4
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25Daily. Branch's book store at the rate of one Pine Castle road, at Drennen. WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS
1 Month ....................... .60Weekb. reduc'd
dollar per dozen, or three for 25c. This is also a Pre-inventory Sale. Our books close July 1st. Our stocks must be to
I Year ...................... ILoo This is exactly the wholesale cost of Dr. V. "". Estes has the "back to their lowest ebb and our price reductions should do it. TEN DAYS is the allotted time. Dare you

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN the pennants. The supply is limited i the soil" fever and has purchased a miss this exceptional opportunity? EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. These are just a

and it is hoped every business man home on Gatlin avenue, Drennen. few of our emphatic Reductions. .
will secure a few and use them for the
Copy for d..play and all other hand-act indicated. RETURN FROM: TRIP TO READY-TO-WEAR
adTertirinamart be handed in at the basiaeuffiee I"DIAX.i EMBROIDERIES AND LACESAre
.f $he Sentinel not later than Z p. n. Every car in the city should also APOLIS AND
the dar before pul lication. This nl l applies LADIES SUITS
adTcrtisinc it U have one of them on during the con-
for contract :
t* ehaares extremely fashionable, but their beingso
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.. vention. J. P. Holbrook and Dr. and ::\lrs.1
from much in demand will not deter us from None must be taken into stock.
V. W. Estes returned yesterday
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued :.
should notify the office in writing on their trip to Indianapolis and Detroit.Mr. putting the knife into them deep. IN SILKS-
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be ORLANDO MAX RECEIVES SEVERE Regular 22.50, Sale __________________$16.46
continued at the regular subscription rates. GASH OX KNEE AS Gray Rush, who accompaniedthem We quote a few specials, 27 in. Flouncings Regular $_25.00 Sale __________________$17.64

Telephone on til"notice Numb-r to stop .U...received................... tt RESULT OF ACCIDENTMr. is expected to return tomorrow. Regular 65c. and 75c., Sale ______48c Regular S-'Jo.OO, Sale __________________$23.46
"Some time" was all the boys had to Regular $39.50, Sale __________________$24.46
- 45 in. Swiss Batiste, embroidered pat-
TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1913. from on their return.
commission say
a man terns, in lengths of 5 yards. Rejrular$18.50, Sale _________________14.46
Orlando, met with an accident this to Regular $22.5*, Sale __-_______- __-____$15-46
Boost for a white way! morning out on the Kendrick road. DR. WHITMAN TO STATE DENTAL Regular values, $8.75, $9.75 Regular $25.00, Sale___________________$17.46

o Something went wrong with his car ASSOCIATION MEETING $12.75 for __________________$-1.96 Regular 40.00, Sale _________________$ -1.46

, Give everybody the "glad' hand" and he could not control it, so it 2000 yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges PALM BEACH SUITS-
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitman left Regular $7.50. Sale_____________________$4.96
Friday. turned Mr. Dade received
Thursday over. a and insertions, all widths, values up to 35c.a Regular $1 .50. Sale .___________________$9.96
for Pass-a-Grille
4 gash on the knee and a few bruises yesterday afternoon

Decorate your business rooms or about his head. Some one passingby where they will spend a week takingin yard. 46c. lOc. a yard Regular $12.50, Sale ___________________$9.}6
5 yards for ____ ,
and the State
the sights attending
automobiles with the new pennants.The in a buggy picked him up and WOOL COATS-

-o brought him to town. H? VrdS put in Dental Association which meets there Other lines equally price facinating. Regular $12.50, Sale ___________________9-96
legislature has once more departed the care of a hysician and was able this week. Regular $14.50, Sale ___________________$10.46

t3-'return to Orlando today on the WAISTSIn
to think the matter overat its
leisure.'o. voiles Organdies, Crepe de Chene,

Mrs. John L. Kirkland has returendto Georgette Crepe, Pussy Willow. Taffetas. AND UNTRIMMED: HATS
Is man, woman and child do-
Orlando from visit with friends
a of the store must be
The strict
ing their full duty in the fly swatting DIMITY
and relatives in Birmingham, and
? New York.-The first car of water- adhered to-" othing carried over from
contest o melons of the season arrived in New points in Georgia. ideal covering for hot weather. one season to another." These prices

York Wednesday morning, June 2. Its White, Regular $1.35, Sale ____$1.05 should make a complete clearance.
has in for
Since the
so much talk some folks in Orlandoare reported that it was the first car White, Regular, $1.50, Sale ____$1.23 Every trimmed hat in the store at one
shipped out of Florida. The shipperswere of three prices.No. .
Sale _____$1.43
through stone to White Regular $1.75,
seeing airships Jr.
Beacham was expected ,
Lightsey & Kelley, of Fort My- 1, Values up to $5.00 ___________98c
walls. ers, and they sold the car to Julius arrive home today following a year's White, Regular $2.00, Sale _____$1.53 No. 2, Values up to $7.50 ________$2.98

o Siebert, who was selling them at $1 course of study at the University of White, Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93 No. 3, Values up to $20.00 ________$4.98

After a controversy lasting ten to $2 apiece. The melons looked fine Virginia. White, Regular, $3.00, Sale ____$2.43 Every untrimmed shape in the store at

years it has been decided in France and ran about 25 pounds average. Soar Stripes- one of four prices.No. .

that the use of old corks in wine bot- be learned ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. Colored 1 Values to $1.25 ___________50c
as can now the next Regular $1.75, Sale ___________$1.39 up ,
tles is not detrimental to health. car will not arrive here until sometime No. 2 Values up to $2.50 __________$1.00
Earl Vick one of the popular Regular $2.90, Sale
o next week. No. 3, Values up to $4.00 _________$1.75;
According to German medical au- clerks in the Orlando postoffice, left Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$2.9G No. 4, Values up to $8.50 _________$3.75
Orlando last night the 12:30 train
thority fifteen minutes exposure to STORES BEGAN CLOSING THURSDAY -
the sun's rays during an airship flightat .. AFTERNOONS for Atlanta, Ga., where he expects to TABLE LINENA

high altitudes will kill all the tuberculosis I spend a week or two. READY TO WEAR

germs in a man's system. In order that our country friends department without a Regular $1.00, Sale ______86c
o and all others may become thoroughly The St. Charles Hotel will remain rival. We ask for a compariRegular $1.15, Sale ______98c
Special rates. It
Some one asks what has become of acquainted with the half holiday open. DRESSES son-that's all. Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.26

the garden that almost every one usedto movement which it has been a customfor Miss Ophelia Gray, niece of lion. LINGERIE Regular 50c. Sale________SGc Regular $1.75, Sale ____$1.46

run in the back yard to reduce Jiving the stores and business houses to and Mrs. John C. Jones, will arrive in Silks, Linen, Batistes, Or- Regular 75c., Sale ______56c Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56

cost Well' in many homes just! observe on Thursday afternoons, the : today from Richmond, Va., where she gandies. None must be taken Regular 85c., Sale_______G6c Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.96

now that space is taken up by the Sentinel is requested to call their attention has been attending the Confederate into stock. PURE LINEN NAPKINS, per Dozen
new garage. again to the fact that all the Veterans reunion as one of the spon- :Muslin Lingerie Dresses f
Sale ___96c Regular $2.00 Sale __
Regular $1.25, $1.56
o stores who signed the agreement will sors from this state. Miss Gray will Regular $7.50, Sale ____$4.46
The betetr way is to keep the dust close every Thursday afternoon for spend several days in Orlando before Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.26 Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.96

off your own porch before you "butt half of the day during the heated sea- returning to her home in St. Peters- Linen Dreses

in" about your neighbor's door yard. son. burg. Regular __7.50, Sale ___$4.46

The person who attends strictly to his Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Wash Good s
or her own business will have no time TO VISIT THE PANAMAPACIFICEXI'OSITION : The St. Charles Hotel will remain Silk Dresses

to gossip or lie about any one else. LEAVING open. Special summer rates. It Poplins, Crepe de Chine, THESE ARE SPECIALS IN

Try it for thirty days. IX JULYMr. Radium, etc., etc. WHITES AND COLORS
Mrs. Frank Horton returned home
o and Mrs. T. W. Mathews expect today from a very pleasant visit with Regular $8.75, Sale Sal$9.96___5.96 1500 yards Lawns and Ca tistes and Crepes, 27-30in,
The annual meeting of the South Governor and Mrs. Trammell at Tal Regular $16.50, Values up to 15c.6 yards for 59c; 8 yards for 78c
to leave early in July for an extended -
Florida Press Association is drawing Western tour. They will visit lahassee. Mrs. Horton was accompanied EXTRA SPECIE IXUNDER"'EAi 2500 yards Voiles, Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40, in

near and those of the boys who have places of interest while en route to home by her sister, Mrs. JohnT. : Whites and Floral effects, values up to 35c..

learned the value of the meetings are San Francisco, and will spend the en- Fuller, and interesting daughters, 2 dozen fine Muslin Conbina- 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36

making preparations to attend. A tire summer on the Pacific Slope, returning Misses Lois and Dorothy. They came tions- :2000 yards Organdies, Voiles, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-12 in.,

cordial invitation' has been extendedto by a different route than that through the country from Orlando in $1.50 to $3.00 at 1price in white and colors, values up to 75c. yard. I'

all members and prospectives to at- travelled when westward bound. Mrs. Fuller's car. Enterprise, Arca- See Special Table Underwear. 5 yards for $2.46 J
tend the gathering to be held in Plant dia.

City on Friday, July 9th. NAMES OF 1,388,000 OX GERMAN I 'I
o The JN1:6rl.: : : S F1lxnishings
CASUALTY LISTS St._Charles. Hotel will remain :
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The Star doesn't know whether open. special summer raies. It -

there is a city ordinance against the Amsterdam.-The Telegraaf states Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley and Misses HART SCHAffNER> & MARX CLOTHING PALM BEACH SUITS

open garbage can or box but it thinksour that, according to German casualtylists Hallie and Esther Ley, who have beenin Regular $6.00 Suits for -------$4.90

citizens should have pride enough Prussian losses alone have the city since Thursday, left this NEED NO EULOGIES-TOO WELL KNOWN NOTE Regular $8.00 Suits for _.._____$6.50

to procure one of these necessary con- reached a total of 1,388,000. morning in their car for Orlando. Rev. THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for _______$6.90

veniences. An open garbage recep- Recent casualty lists contain the and Mrs. Ley and Miss Esther were EVERY $20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .SJi'ii: Regular $10.00 Suits for ______$7.50
tacle does not give off a pleasant odor names of fifty-six airmen, of whom guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. T. E. Bridgesand EVERY $22.50 SUIT FOR . . . . .$15.75

these hot days.-Ocala Star. eleven were killed and thirty-five were I Miss Ley of Mrs. W. K. Zewad- EVERY $25.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$17.75 PALM BEACH TROUSERS

Orlando and all other "large" cities wounded. The remaining ten are ski. Miss Ruth Ley remained over EVERY $30.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$19.75

have been using "closed receptacles"about missing. for a longer visit to :Miss :Meme Davis. BOYS' SUITS Regular $3.00 for ____________$2.50
twenty-five years.A ,
-Ocala Star 5th.

OF DERNBURG'S GOING. Guests registering at the San Juan REGULAR $8.00 SUITS FOR . . . .$5.00 Made from fine grades of Botany and

The London Daily News remarks on The pretty little two story cottageof hotel Boston yesterday; E. L. Rensor included, A.G.II.L.Hutchinson Lewis-, REGULAR $10.00 SUITS FOR . . . 6.00 Merino Wools, newest styles.

Dr. Dernburg's request for safe con- Mrs. J. J. McPhern, on South Kuhl R. M. Hudson, J. T. Stephenson, BOYS' PANTS Regular $4.00 for ____________$2.90

duct on his way back to Germany, avenue, is being completed, and makesa J. C. Cash, Atlanta; II. C. Allen, Fred REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . . . . .$1.10 Regular $5.00 for ____________$3.75

that this in itself is "an interestingand nice addition to that part of the Dalton, C. ,Yo Huggins B. E. :Morrell, REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . . . . $1.20!! Regular $6.00 for ____________$4.75

valuable admission of the strict city. The house is attractively fin- Tampa; E. J. Hearst, E. L. Landrum, REGULAR $2.50 FOR . . . . . .J$1.75 Regular $7.00 for ____________$5.25IEX'S
limitations of the Em-
new German ished in dark brown trimmed with
Geo. Paschal, Jacksonville: Mayer,
pire of sea power which can sink de cream white.
New York; J. H. Simpson, Baltimore;
fenceless merchant vessels, but cannot STRAW HATSEvery
Thos. H. Coles, Cleveland; A. A.
bring its own ambassador safely HAS BEEX TRANSFERRED FROM
; Crown, Palatka; E. Crocker Balti Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords,

home. OCALA TO ORLANDO more. Straw Hat in the store reduced. Note $3.50 for _________________$2.90
_ "It evidently leaves something for ...
its possessors to conquer. In the mean- Rev. E. I. George, an able colored NOTICE these drops and take advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25 ,

\vhile, it would seem, Ambassador minister who has been in charge of EVERY S2.00 STRAW FOR . . . .51.50 White Canvas Oxfords,' $3.50

Bernstorff's latest maneuver probably St. James Episcopal church, Ocala, Application for Tax Deed Under EVERY $2.50 STRAW FOR . . . .51.75 for ______________________ $3.25
argues a belated awakening to the undoubted has been transferred by the bishopto Section Laws 8 of of Chapter Florida 4888, EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . . . .1.90 Gun Metal Tan Oxfords, $4.00

danger his government is St. John's Episcopal church, Or- EVERY $-1.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$2. running in the wanton provocation of lando. Notice is hereby given that HowardA. EVERY $5.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$3.75
America. Harvey, of Orlando: Florida:: _pur
"Possibly the half hour interview'BOARD OF COUNTY I chaser of tax certificateo.. 6.0,dated MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1913, has
with President Wilson, in which the :"OIX SESSIOX filed said certificate in my office, and ONE LOT Pure Linen, Hemmed Stitched.
J proposal to send an extraordinary en- has made application for tax deed to EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE FOR 25c., FOR .18c Black and Tan Kid Oxfords, $5 .

voy appears to have arisen, may have The regular monthly meeting of the issue in accordance with law. Said SPECIALS for ______________________$3.25
certificate embraces the following described
sitmulated Count von BernstoriFs board of county commissioners will Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
property, situated in Orange Every day during the sale we will put on an
imagination as to the possible resultsof be held' today. It will be a busy session county, Florida, to-wit: Begin south!! SPECIAL" item. fords, $5.00 for $3.90
a definite breach with the United as there are many matters of west corner section 30, township 22 "EXTRA
States. importance awaiting their action. south, range 30 east, run north 5 WATCH THE WINDOWS Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox- ,
chains east 2 chains, south 5 chains
"His the other hand I BOYS' RAINCOATSBOYS. fords, $6.00 for $4.90
move may on west 2 chains. The said land being MEN'S AND -----------

be merely designed to gain time or COOK TO ATLANTA TO INSPECT assessed at the date of the issuance of REGULAR $.1.00 FOR . . . $3.25 Black and Tan Kid Oxfords,

may be used by Berlin solely for that XEW BUICK MODELS such Payne.certificate in the name of Ellen MEN'S, REGULAR SG.50 FOR . . .$5.10 $6.50 for -----------------$5.25

purpose, but it is at any rate the first ,Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I MEN'S REGULAR S8.30 FOR . . . S6.90 Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf
sign shown of late that Germany at :Mr. J. :M.\ Cook left yesterday after- according to law, tax deed I MEN'S REGULAR S12.50 FOR . . . .$9.90 Oxfords $6.50 for
all appreciates the necessity of con- noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for will issue thereon on the 7th day of I ---------$5.25

sidering and conciliating American Atlanta Ga., where he will spend sev- July, A. D. 1915. ,

( opinion." eral days looking over the new Buick seal Witness this the my 6th official day of signature June, A.and D. Dicl son-Ives CO. '

. o models. 1915.Seal. < .
Want anything? Ask for it through .) B. M. ROBINSON,

Sentinel "Wants. Get the news in the Sentinel first. I Clerk County Circuit, Florida.Court, Orange "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE" ORLANDO, FLORIDAr j

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I 2 p. nu and 6:30 p. m.Admission I yesterday for Jacksonville where he Hovey improvement on the east
will act as groomsman for W. W. side of Lucerne Circle at the cornerof
SOCIAL CALENDAR committee may know the number 5 Centu
who will be united in
I i I to for. These dances Lidell, marriageto Elliott and DeLaney streets is com
guests prepare
Tuesday, June 8. Miss Rosella Martin at the Snyder ing on in fine shape. Two of the cot-
have such enjoyable sum-
Mrs. C. D. Christ will entertain at an I' proven an .MIHiMMIUMHIiMllliTODAY'S Memorial church at 7:30 o'clock this tages are practically' framed. One
J I has been
diversion that it
mer sug-
informal at 3:30 o'clock.
reception PROGRAMK. evening. Mr. Lidell is a young at- striking feature of these is 1
L Annual pic/fl: for the pupils of St.Joseph's gested that another series follow. cottages
B. "In the Tennessee Hills. A at Jacksonville. -
... Academy.Wednesday. -0.- drama in two parts. torney the use of coquina in the chimneys
June 9. one of which has been finished in a ,
Murphy-Conoly' wedding. MISS AND MR. NILES Keystone." "Roman's Romance Up- ORLANDO LODGE NO.69, F.&.\.M. most attractive
Weekly subscription dance at Country RETURN HOME. *****>? set. Comedy. I style. ;
Reliance. "So Shines! Good Deed. -
a I
Club. Miss Mathilde Niles and Lotus Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. :\1.,
Eola Club, Mrs. Blythe Watson hostess I Niles, the son and daughter of Mr. will meet in regular communicationin AT DAYTONA: SUNDAY j
Thursday p. m. June 10. and Mrs Garey Niles, arrived Friday a home, "The Three Pines," on Lake their hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening, Mr. C. R. Swartz, of Orlando, was |

Marriage of Miss Antoinette Slemons night to spend the summer vacation Cherokee. June 8, 1915. Work in M. M. degree. I visitor at Daytona Beach Sunday. i
to J. S. Arnold, Jr., 8:30 o'clock. I with their parents. The two were -0.- '
Refreshments.H. He is local agent for the International <
Slemons-Arnold wedding reception at 1lisslarie and Miss Helen I'
when Holly
pleasantly surprised they I .
8 p. m. I M. Voorhis, secretary. Correspondence School. f J
Golf, Country Club. stepped from the train at midnight to Teeple will leave tonight for their __ i I!
Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. E. H.:Westover I I be greeted by a merry group of home Marquette, Mich., going by
hostess. friends, who welcomed them home OLIVER MOROSCO New York city on a sight seeing tour, ..
The. Younger Friday Matrons, June Card 11. Club,Mrs. with delight. Miss Mathilde is a stu- Presents and to Chicago on the Great Lakes. rra"0. ClCU I Ii E
I .
Clarence G. Brown hostess, Roof dent at the Holy Name Academy, of p.y
4 Garden, 3:30 o'clock. I San Antonio, Fla., while Lotus Niles LOIS MEREDITHIn The Young Matrons Card Club will

Saturday, June 12 ''I attends St. Leo College, at St. Leo, the national meet Saturday afternoon, June 12, at t II
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. W. C. success
Essington hostess. Fla. Both are popular members of 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. W. C. Essington I

-0.- the dancing set and are among the "HELP WANTED" instead of Wednesday as pre-
FAREWELL PARTY FOR leaders in the social diversions of that viously announced.

MISS PRUDENCE MALONE. set during their vacations here.-Miami *****. -- -
Miss flame Thornton entertained at Herald. r# ir The Sans Souci Club meeting set
a bridge-luncheon yesterday morningin -0TO .- for today has been postponed to Tues-

honor of Miss Prudence Malone, TEXAS + F day, June 15.
who has been the attractive house UNIVERSITY.Miss -- -
guest of Mrs Louis Talley Hewitt, for Mary F. Hardin, who has I Mr. Arthur Corcoran, of Palatka,
the season, and the honoree at a num- taught a number of years in the visited friends in the city over Sun- i i

ber of pretty functions. She was also higher grades of the Cathedral school, day. HIGH IN HER ADMIRATION

maid of honor at the Wright-Hewitt I left for Austin, Texas, where she will FIVE SPLENDID ACTS It comes from being used to admir-
wedding' which took place June 1. teach in a college connected with the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY o ing beautiful things in the shape of 0
"Miss Malone will soon depart for her State University. She will perfecther cut glass from our emporium. We

home at St. Louis, and the party wasa pronunciation in the Spanish lan- Tomorrow and Thursday: A re- FOR SALE-A good cypress row- force this habit on all the ladies because -
farewell affair. The guests included guage during the summer months. boat, newly painted good condition. of the remarkable specimenswe
the "Bachelor Girls" and several others -- urn engagement of the best Phone 126. 6-8-3tc put before them. They also appreciate -

who played bridge on the spa- PREPARING FORD.
: prices because they are
vaudeville act that ever played WANTED-Good milch COalso one our
cious porch of the attractive Thorn- A. R. PICNIC. two-horse wagon. Must be light I so reasonable.
ton home. Orlando Chapter D. A. R. is prepar- )rlando. and in good condition. Call on G. P.
Miss Lillian Smith won the prize ing for their annual picnic which will Featherstun. Lake Holden, or addressP. ALLEN & CO. JEWELER&1Qz n
O. Box 87. ,
for the club members, two dainty be held on "flag day" at Camp Bee-gi- Ih
crepe de chine handkerchiefs, of woo-che. : :1- eo..cI:
from the Keith Circuit. cur doglight brown, white
white, embroidered respectively in -QI ring around neck; Winter Park tag
' blue and pink. Miss Alta Wright won I SOCIETY NOTESOF No. 29. One dollar reward for returnto I Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar
the prize for the guests, a pretty neck INTEREST.Miss Will Hoffman, Rollins College Win- n T& -
ter Park. G-8-lt
garniture. The hostess presented to Meme Davis was the delightful 10 cents 20 cents r e > PATTON'S SUN PROOF PAINT
the guest of honor a set of gold lin- hostess last night at a theatre utN lf = -
NOTICE -- --- ------
gerie clasps, and :Miss Alma DeLaneygave party in honor of Miss Ruth Ley, of I -------- 'i
I wish to announce to my friends : Orlando Paint & Wall Co
her three dainty crepe de chine Orlando, formerly of this city. There and customers that I am working at Paper
handkerchiefs for a parting gift. were seventeen young people in the the Arcade Barber Shop and will appreciate 205 S. Orange Avenue
After the game, the card tables I crowd chaperoned by Miss Mary Piatt their business.
were spread with dainty linen covers I and Miss Louise Gamsby. After enjoying G-8-3t RALPH LUCIUS. Phone 261.

and a delicious luncheon was served. the pictures at the Temple the I
The menu consisted of chicken salad,(young folks were entertained at a delightful Odd Fellows that possibly can Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor VarnishPatton's
cheese balls, pickles, sandwiches, iced little party by their hostess. will please be at the hall today, at 1 Velumina, the Modern WallI'
tea, and an ice course of apricot ice, -Ocala Banner. o'clock, to attend funeral of Bro. _
cake, and mints. Watts. = ..I tt; Finish.
-aMiss -
By request of Thos. B. Phillips, VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
Misses Jean Pet son and Alma De- I May Bradshaw, the accom- N. G. COLEMAN & RHAN I
"Laney assisted the hostess in serving. plished daughter of Mayor Bradshaw, ..
Others present were those who of St. Petersburg, who has been at-
played, Mrs. Louis Talley Hewitt,Mrs.I,"tending the Confederate Veterans reunion -
Gordon Wright, Mrs. Thomas Brod-j as one of the sponsors from
water, Mrs. Clarence Brown, Mrs. \'. Florida, stopped over in Orlando yes- KING BAGGOTIN FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM'" R. O'NEAL
C. Essington, Mrs\ Phil Slemons, Mrs. terday to spend a few days with her
Frank Harris of Bradentown, :Misses uncle and aunt, CoL and Mrs. J. N.
Lillian Smith Guilda HapperseU, Bradshaw. THE CORSICAN BROTHERSA Established 1886
Alta Wright, Prudence Malone, Leona .-
Benner, and Mrs. David Rogers and Mr. and Mrs Earl Hulette and two superb dramatization ofDuma's

Miss Helen Warlow who came for sons, of Jacksonville, are visiting Mr.
thrilling romance. A 3
lunch. and Mrs Earl Gore at their home on CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

-BLAST .- East Central avenue. Mr. Hulette reel feature with no advance in

OF COUNTRY CLUB formerly resided in Orlando and he

DANCES WEDNESDAY. and his family are receiving a warm price. LOANS
i The last of the series of subscription welcome from many friends.
dances to be held at the Country -0I -
)* Club will be given Wednesday, and Mrs. Frank B. Stoneman has returned "FOLLOWING FATHER'S REAL; ESTATE RENTALS
promises to be the crowning event of I from a pleasant visit to rela- FOOTSTEPS"
the series. A delightful Dutch sup- tives in Orlando and Jacksonville!
per-dance has been planned for this Mrs. Stoneman was delightfully en- Nester Comedy. "Nuff sed." .

occasion. Any member of the Coun- tertained at a number of social affairs
try Club who wishes to attend is re- while in Orlando.-Miami Metropolis. away tonight at nine o'clock.
quested to make known his intentionto -0.-

a member of the house committee, Mrs W. R. O'Neal will give a tea

composed' of Mr. DeWitt Miller, chair- Wednesday afternoon at four o'clockin Ladies' Hand Bag to be given For Sale
man, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, and Mr. honor of Miss Mable O'Neal, at her
William Beardall, in order that the (Continued in foruth column) 10 cents 5 cents

House eight rooms. Lot 65/x167. Price
11J Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

Mteryou .get- e --- $4500.00. A bargain.

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W. S. Branch never occurs to the average Ottawa.-Names of Canadian sol- EDITOR

Well, our lads from Birminghamare American, in his self-complacency, diers who have fallen at the front are with
White Fly and Scale, spray Schnarr's In-
next to the top and making small that the Japanese are the greatest being perpetuated by the g'eoJrI"aphicboard Editor II. C. Sparkman, of the Halifax -
pains constantly. It is much easierto of Canada. The north fork of secticide. For Red Spider Ruste :Mite and all other :Mites
than it is traders in the world. Nevertheless, the Fraser river in British Columbiahas Journal, was summoned to Titus- the
remain net: to the top infesting citrus trees, spray with Soluble Sulphur
to keep right on the pinnacle. The such is the fact. Why are they so? been renamed McGregor river, ville last Saturday by the critical ill- Compound.
Barons may be holding back for the Read: and creeks draining into it J. creek, ness of his baby daughter, who was
These two will mix two
perfectly and sprayingscan
Herrick creek and creek in
j Captain
home stretch. They want to do business; so do we. with her grandmother at that place. I
-- -- memory of Capt. J. Herrick Mc be done at one and the same time. This viA abso-
The Arion Society of Brooklyn has They want to make as much as they Gregor, sixteenth battalion, killed at The child was suffering from an at-I lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. .

been awarded the "Kaiser's prize" for can; so do we. Rather than remain Ypres April 25. tack of tonsilitis and passed away Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing:;
being the best German singing socie- idle they will take what they can; so The late Lieutenant D. P. Bell-Irv- Saturday eveninir. :Mr.: Sparkman will !
But the Kai- ing's name is given to the north fork cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
ty at the Saengerfest. have other idea have the uf friends here in
will They no
we. sympatny
ser has sent word that the prize can of the Naas river in British Columbia. his bereavement. I' you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
not be paid until the close of the war. than to do business; neither have we. He was a Vancouver man who -Daytona
This would seem to be abundant reason They want the turnover; so do we. fell early in the Canadian fighting.The News.WRIST
> for Woodrow and Josephus to at They will take less profit if they can name of Private Philip Norton, 'Gazette-I J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
once send the entire U. S. navy and will we. They will a British Columbia man killed at WATCHES FOR
not get more: so MIES"Berne
24 is bestowed trib- J
William J. Bryan over to Europe and Ypres April on a
'> immediately order the war to cease. try for more; so will we. They will utary of the Nation river in that I Florida
--0IC -- make the trade if there is only a province. It will be known as Philip S"itzerland.The British ,
Doc Cook will go ahead and discover profit in it; so will we. They do busi- creek.A government is about to place an or- I -
the site of the Garden of Edenno ness on just enough capital to carry der among Swiss firms for several :
one will be able to prove his claimsare them along; so do we. They can not woman just loves to be inconsistent. million wrist watches. In future every -
false.-Times-Union. I afford to let their goods pile up in She will spend the whole day British soldier before proceedingto
discovered it but warehouse neither can the front will be provided with one'
He has already their store or ; praising her husband to the neighbors -
has not got quite ready to make the we. They must keep them moving; and then as soon as her husband of these articles.
announcement. He lectured in Or-I so must we. They operate cheaplyand gets home she will start in knockinghim. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
lando last year and declared that beyond sell cheaply; so do we. They "Let's meet at Butt's."
doubt Adam and Eve once study their customers' wants; so do
walked where we Orlandoites now I I we. They are wolves for business; so
walk. 1 are we. SEE US. DIRECTORAND
One of the amusing sights these PRODUCE CO.
days is to see one of our aristocratic EMBALMERAll \
truck raisers speeding into town in A REAL NECESSITY
the early morning in a three thousand
dollar car, bringing to market 23
cents worth of carrots and 9 cents No individual with anything to sell' calls answered Promptly Dayor
worth of beet greens. The total receipts or trade can successfully find a buyeror
from his sales might possiblypay trader without the aid of the Sentinel -
the gasoline bill for his trip to Night. Hand Block.
ads. Remember that its
he found
market, provided a
market for them.GREATEST circulation represents five-sixths of
the Orlando community. Orlando Florida.PHONE .

'"' Message
New York. The greatest aeroplane
To the BusinessMen kJ No.4
competition the world has ever known "Let's meet at Butt's"Wm.
will be staged in the United States of Orlando
from July 4th to October 12th, with Brott and son, Dudley, were
more than 100 aviators participating.The the guests ofV.. H. Anderson and
flights will be made daily in family on last Friday and Saturday.Mr. When a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods?
various parts of the country, and it is Brott was formerly a resident of Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave
expected that nearly $200,000 will be this county, but moved to Virginia him an order? ATTENTION!
distributed as prizes among the bird- about nine years ago, but on accountof
Florida Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must
men who accomplish the greatest bad health came back to
feats. last winter and located at Orlando.He look prosperous and show local pride.

The purpose of the aerial competi- was on his way to Crystal river, Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because We will carry PILLSBURY'S XXXX FLOUR, a good
tion is tri-fold: First, to create agreater where he is thinking of buying a they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable,
interest in the aerial activities home-Citrus County Chronicle.Rev. for paint made of Biscuit Flour, and Grits, which we will sell at close figures l'
; and to encourage greater activityin .... .
t the game; second, to develop' more S. L. Jackson, pastor of the m to our regular feed customers.
aviators for army and navy duty; First Christian church, who returned
Atlantic White Leadand We have of Wheat which will sell
r third, to test out the plan of delivering Saturday from a business visit to Or- Dutch Boy a shipment we at
;, mail by airship, and the hope that lando, states that the Sunday schoolsof $2.50 per sack slightly scorched.
f the tests will show the practicability that ctiy are planning for an excursion -
1 of the plan and result in its early time
to Daytona some
Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and
t adoption. this month the intention being to decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead
spend the day at the Nautilus casinoon and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL .
Spend your Thursday afternoon at the ocean beach. Gazette-News.
: Rossmore Inn. Good boating, bath- LEAD COMPANYEXCEPTIONAL The Co-Operative Produce Co.
ing and fishing. 6-6-3tc "
"Let's meet at Butt's.
fs W. S. DeWITT, M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
H Mr. W. E. Gore, a retired businessman
FENCES of Orlando, accompanied by Mrs. -
Gore, were visitors to Lakeland yes-
J and and while here --
terday today, r
Rome.-Fifty wild cattle materially
1 stopped with :Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Mar-
t t aided strong Italian Austrian troops position in capturing on Monte a latt.Lakeland This in is Mr.several Gore's first and trip he to THE VERY LATEST IDEASIn

Carlo, according to the Courier years
d'l talia. thinks Lakeland is way ahead of anv OFFER
R The Austrian garrison had sur- other. place in South Florida.Telegram. Post Cards are always to be found on our racks.. We also

f rounded entanglements itself,with against high barbed which wire the carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.

t Italians drove the cattle. Startled by Mrs. C. L. Harvey and son, Master Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look
; exploding bombs the animals attacked Myron Harvey, returned Wednesday
t the entanglements with hoofs and afternoon from Orlando and' rejoinedMr. Beautiful lot onf Lake Lucerne over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted onpostcarditis.
and Miss
Harvey Evelyn Harvey
r horns and in a quarter of an hour had
f_ swept away the obstacle, so that the at their home on First avenue. Mrs. ." Just now we have some very new ideas in
t> Italians were able to gain the summit Harvey had been a patient at the withSplenty! of Foliageand
easily. Florida sanitarium at Orlando for a birthday and general greeting cards.
The charge of the cattle, for whichno month, having gone there about the
previous military experience had j I first of May for an operation.-Day- Trees. \V. S. BRANCH
prepared them, is said to have stampeded tona GazetteNews.My ,
residence phone is No. 522-R. .
i Price $2000.00 ,
"Let's meet at Butt's. Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf


The Orlando Meat MarketT.


A. YANCY, Manager
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rrr Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
I n I i
a lplr t I rf Florida and Western Meats
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Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.;

$80.50 $89.00 $98.90 ON fURNITURE ,I Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

I Business 135 'P. O. BOX 226
AND RETURN AND RETURN AND RETURN PHONES 1. Residence (133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.WE'RE .

To reduce our stock as much as I
To the Great California ExpositionsProportionate
much as possible by the 15th, will -

rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges
enroute and free side trip to San Diego from Los Angeles. give a GETTING GOOD ? ? ?

Direst and diverse routes by way of New Orleans, St. Louis and Discount of 25 Per Cent f
Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast th ugh trains and To Our CustomersDo

personally conducted tours. j off our regular cash price on any you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in

SUMMER EXCURSIONS I soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre
mI : goods in store.Hammond.
I TO NORTH AND WESTFour i I Do same you size use Aluminium Ware? I

trains daily South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincin- f See. our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and

nati,Dixie Flyer to Chicago, Montgomery: Route Express to Memphisand I f Gold Dishes. All the above will be given away absolutelyfree. .r
St. Louis, New Orleans Special to Mobile and New Orleans. Gore .
Choice of routes, superb steel trains and superior service are L. &N. CallFINLEY'S
features. Many others make this road a favorite with travelers. For PIONEERand
routes, reservations, literature, etc., 'phone, wire or write to

H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent, Louisville and Nashville Railroad Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla. see our Premium Table.

134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167)) Jacksonville, Florida Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

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J-/ULm"bej. La1hs and Shingles SENTINEL REDUCED and dressmaking RATES, through on lessons the in sum-art Lake Site

mer. Can do a limited amount of
dress making during dull season.
c Miss Echols 505 South Main.
WANTSThe 656tcTo

reduce our stock as much as possible -
< by the 15th, will give a discountof
. 25; per cent. off our regular cash
Morning Sentinel Want price> on any goods in store. Hammond -
Directory is the Greatest Want & Gore. 6-5-tf
; ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando.
PET RABBITS-One six months old Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. buck, price $2.00; three two months
old bunnies, price 1.00 each. Address -
Royal Cement AgatEte> Plaster and Perfection Lime RATES X, care Sentinel. 6-5-3tc 136 with beautiful frontage
acres -
For One Day ______________25t
For Three Days ____________50c The want ad.'s the thing.USE ; on two lakes. Knock Out,
For Six Days _______________75c
For One Month ____________$2.50 >15 per acre.
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- 60 acres, mile off brick road.
WANT YOU TO GET PERFECTvy tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for : Over 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If GEGOINSECTICIDE '20.00 per acre.

GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- See E. B. Bradley Quick.
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

I Every Home--Every Business-
Every Man has use for a in and around your houseto
Sentinel Want Ad. kill ,

Wvtkins Block PHONE S04
Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied ,
FOR; SALE-Studebaker touring car, ALL OTHER INSECTS
want satisfied customers-patrons who will -
friend. We 5 passenger, in good condition; extra --- -- --
not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a : equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. spray and guaranteed to do the
good word for their gas service. 5-8-lmoc work. Don't set up and fight mos Dr. S. S. Jones
quitoes all night. Spray your room
OUR ADVICETo FOR SALE-Horse and buggy. Apply with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have CHIROPRACTOR
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 43 your Groceryman get it for you. Or
East Pine street. 6-6-3tc direct if he will not supply you. Put graduate Davenport College, 17 and
bring about this desirable condition, the Company up by the I 18 Yawell-Duckworth building; phone

advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete FOR SALE-Coca-Cola vending ma- ORLANDO 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
chine. Capacity 5 dozen bottles. f ffl being restored to health by chiro-
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ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of Cost $150. Will sell for $25. Can be 0. U. IU., FLORIDA practic adjustments, the new scienceof

progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as seen at Ramki's Bottling Works. Jno. PI O. Box 285 Phone 341 removing the cause of disease. Ex-
S. McCamy. 626t'FOR amination free. 1224lmoOSTEOPATH
wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-

will be surprised to see the changes for the better that SALE OR RENT-Two story pound and keep down the dust.
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc. modern conveniences, roomy porches,
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
OUR OFFER 2-23-tf DoctorsBucklnastcr

Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew I FOR RENT & Briindiigc DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin FOR RENT-Furnished nine room Office corner Orange Avenue and
and extraordinary in features of cottage at Windermere. Inquire OSTEOPATHS Church St.. Davis & McNeil Uldg,
operation economy.
Rossmore Inn. Phone 1019. Personal instruction under Dr. Still Phone 419.Limes.
We offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiestof 6-5-3tc at Kirksville, Mo.

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

Yancey. 3-28-tfc Limes!

FOR RENT-Furnished five room PHONE 646
flat, close in, flowers and garden,
to couple without children, for sum- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
mer months. Reply "Pat," care of
Just received a shipment of
WANTED Florida Limes. Drink Limeade
GAS DEPARTMENT 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
WANTED-Salesman and collectorfor 12-10-1m during the warm weather.
Orange county. Apply Singe I
Sewing Machine Co., 43 East Pine I
street. 6-6-3tc
;.: b.- -J' Orlando Wood Yard Pine ApplesWe
I WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any
variety,but must not be mixed. Will
pay $1.25 per thousand at my packing get Pineapples fresh each
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- Removed from Pine St. two blocks day.

ton. 6-3-d&w-t north on Railroad, west end Wash-

WANTED-To rent house by the ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

year. Must be modern, have sleeping all times. Remember the Groceries
porch, about five or six rooms,and you
SOUTH must be well located, close in. State order from us come from a clean,
location and rent in answer. Address sanitary store.
,1 Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25tf''! B. KINGSLEYPHONE

WIDOW WANTS position as house-
WINTER GARDEN FLA.' keeper, at once. Will work for E 314DON'T
small wages and pleasant home. Address &
Box 6, Sentinel, or phone 656.
6-2-Ctc -

.,;I WANTED POSITION-A young man New Modern G Grocery
Can supply want in having fifteen years experience in
your everythingto department stores desires position WORRY
where ability and merit would war-
and New rant advancement. Best references. Phone 200 ;
wear. Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf

6 and 8 East Pine St.
and good things always Give LOST-One bicycle wheel, between ,
us Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Pleas If you are disappointedabout
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus getting a new Eas-
trial. line. 5-13-tf
a ter Suit,we can put your i

TO ECHANGE-For house and loin old one in good condi-
Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 tion for just such occas $40.70TO
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 ions.
acres unimproved; extra good land.


We have it on cold storage. Best '
grades of butter, 35c. and 40c. per Dry Cleaning York andPhiladelphia :
pound. :Milk 13c. per quart.
6-5-3tc WRIGHT SEED STORE. Steam Cleaning
Pressing and Repairing ;
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
= Shop. 21 K. Pine St. 2-4-lyr AND RETURN ;

-House repairs of all kinds done Cut Flowers
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; .
J Pure Ice Creeiriti I screen doors and windows a specialty; VIA
garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our and Plants
prices. 18 East Church street. A Atlantic Coast Line
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo '

When you want PURE ICE HOME BAKING OF ALL KINDS I Floral Designs
Standard Railroad of the South
For li
Party Orders solicited for
CREAM call for HAND'S. If anything i :
in that line. Received first award I
you don't believe that we take Club at Subtropical Midwinter Exposition.
Tickets sold daily. Final limit -
Can please the most fastidious. Mrs.
the greatest care in its manu We make our Ice Cream from M. E. McPhern, 915 Kuhl avenue. October 31st. Stop-overs.
facture come up and watch us Church Social Phone 612. 6-4-4t .Violet Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All Variable routes.
make it. You will be surprisedat VELVET BEAN SEED WANTED .
School Social
cans, moulds and
the care every detail is given. everythingused Will pay highest mrket price For reservations call on
in the Wright Seed Store. 6-5-3t J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time manufacture of our Lodge D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. ;

I from a quart up. ized. Picnic I Located in the Arcade BuildingAll Orlando ;
I work guaranteed and neatly -
You are cordially invited to done. Our work is the best 1

'. inspect:: our factory at any Order Hands Pure I and our prices are the lowest. CLINT BASSPHONE

time. Ice Cream This is the place to have your 315

old clothes made new. #. '
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Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit West Jefferson Street ,:- \.

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Successor to
pressed _____________40c. 1
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
We do ladies' work also. Give ORLANDO, FLORIDA '
Street us a trial and be convinced. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
'j.t. Clothes called for and delivered. REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OF



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J. W. Jones has just returned
from a trip to Florissant, Mo. HOW ARE

:\ John M. Lee, one of the substantial -
citizens of Kissimmee, trans- .
acted business in Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

i Carl Jackson, a popular at-
tache of the State Bank of Orlando,
is spending today in Jacksonville on
business and pleasure.Mr. .

J. E. Stewart, representing II.
& W. B. Drew, Jacksonville, spent
-esterday in Orlando calling on the

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Sir. A. J. Walker, superintendentof "
the Apopka and Winter Garden
telephone line, was among the wel- mE'clhLf
"Do not put off for tomorrow come visitors to Orlando yesterday.Miss # : %RL
; i
what you should do to-
day"-for tomorrow never Elizabeth Childs returned n"oOIlO tU4 t&t4cka
-- home last Friday afternoon from a '
comes! very pleasant visit with friends in -u tt t a aJttkWW :,
Orlando.-News and Star, Cocoa. '
Doing is the great thing. The man \ tb t tc1n t ou-caJtt1 .

who acts accomplishes. It may be Capt. W. II. Swinton expects to
leave today for Atlanta, Ga., wherehe
too late if you wait. Why not de-
will spend some weeks enjoying IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
and start
posit a dollar today on life in the Gate City.
acticve road to prosperitythousands -
are traveling happily that way. Mrs. T. J. Tedder will arrive in Orlando -
tomorrow from Plant City to BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how
easily, faithfully and steadily your
Miss Annie K. Echols has arrived in
THE STATE BANKOF Orlando from Babcock, Ga., to spend BANK WITH US
some time with Miss Annie L. Echols'


Mr. J. K. Martin, who has been
spending several days at Southern The Peoples National Bank"IT
Pines, N. C., is again at his attractive -
home, 604 Magnolia avenue. IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mr. R. II. Roney left yesterday for
New York city where he will spenda I
week or so and then take a gen-
ARE YOU DRINKING eral trip through the New England

States. 111 x. I. ,, iHilMltiilMlllfiimiliiilillililt!" _"

and Mrs. Thos. II.
Mr. Lapp arrived -
f in the city yesterday from Bra-

days'enmore in ,this Ill,section and will looking spend over several the THB NBW PACKARD TWIN-SIX

fI.I. Elder Spring land Indian with Commissioner the view of locating.L A. Spencer,

who has been looking after matters

pertaining to his office in this city, FULLY EQUIPPEDThe
left yesterday morning for his homein

f F Water ? Dr.Miami.Paul Burgess, a former popular

? Orlandoite, but now making his head- best value ever producedin

L quarters in Tampa, spent yesterdayin
Orlando in the interest of Parke-
high grade CARS
tt t Davis, wholesale druggists, New York.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizell and
r daughter, Miss Ora,'who have been For Orlando
visiting relatives' and friends in Con-
: A pure sparkling thirst- way, returned yesterday afternoon to $2,725.00Sold
' their home in Tampa.Mr. .

- quenching spring water. Kirby Fuller has returned home < <
from Gainesville where he has been

: Look for it in the homes attending the University of Floridato
you spend his vacation with his parents, By
:Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller.

, visit. Mr. J. P. Musselwhite and son, Mr San Juan Garage Company I
Lawrence Musselwhite, left yesterday
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Jacksonville where they will MIIUI \ "-MIMMIMMMMIIMIMIIMIIflt IIIIIIIIUIILII'IIII

spend a couple of days. --------
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Mr. L. S. Echols, of Babcock, Ga.,

W.\ \WRIGHT\ Pliolle n 444And who days Echols has with,to at been his 505 his home South sister spending in,Main Georgia Miss a street couple Annie yesterday returned of L.-- THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost f

; afternoon. persons of wealth select a corporate -
1 executor because they know it insures t' r '
place your order todayIII'I"I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goodman, who I faithful and capable performance of the I ; '
have been visiting points of interest trusts they create.
,in the southern part of the state, returned -
Whether the estate be large or of mod-
to Orlando yesterday afternoon .
.I erate size, it is to the interest of both :
and will depart for their
yourself and heirs to name this Company ': :., '
home in Dayton, Ohio.
as executor and Trustee.

!i i I Miss Gertrude Benham has returned The Records of our Trusts are convinc- p "
; from a visit of a couple of weeks ing evidence of the community's confi- fj "
spent with her mother, Mrs. Dwight dence in our capabilities. ; ,
: Benham, at Crescent and is r
City t-
Valuable Diamond LostHow WHY THE TRUST COMPANY? + &
again at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,-
W. A. Bunch, on East Jackson street "
Because of the necessity for efficient -
banking organizations to care for the fidu"i
I :Mr. Grant Kendall, a former resident ciary business, the Trust Company has developed +;
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- of Orlando, but now residing in in half a century, the highest type '[ s _
DeLand, is spending several days in .49
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby of banking institution.
the city this week in the interest of
having it examined at our store at least once every the Akers National Stove and Manufacturing Primarily chartered to handle trusts,
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof company, of Kansas City, I the Trust Companies of the United States e" r e
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin Mo. have developed such efficiency that not one
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's I cent of trust funds committed to their ''
profit. A trial will convinec you. 3 Mrs. Smith of Orlando, chaperoned care have been lost through failures.
a house party of young girls;! nh'u: Have you investigated the service of
twelve in.number, in honor of her this institution, '
daughter;! Lillian. They were in their I I
i big beach cottage and you know they I

T. H. EVANS Breeze.all had a good time.-New Smyrna I

Orlaildo Balk & Trnt COffihlallY

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fuller, of North S

JEWELER Bend, Iowa, who have been spendingsome
; time in Florida for the benefit i ORLANDO, FLORIDA
of Mr. Fuller's health, left Sunday for I
St. Augustine where they will spend I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three i

several days before returning to their Quarters of Million.:: Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.r .;
Western home. They expect to return -I '
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