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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 9, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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L, YOLUME THREE. ORLANDO: FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1913.; NUMBER 101.

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: W. J. BRYAN RESIGNS AS SECRETARY OF






STATE--ACCEPTED ; LANSING SUCCEEDS



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AFTER CABINET MEETING BRYAN HANDS IN RESIGNATION BRYAN BELIEVES ISSUE INVOLVED: WILL LEAD TO WAR

AND IT WAS ACCEPTED IMMEDIATELY COUNSEL WANT \ lETTER REASON FOR RESIGNING IS TO SHELTER HIS

LANSING IS NOW ACTING SECRETARY OFt FEELINGS BRYAN'S DIAGNOSIS OF NOTE IS

STATE AND HIS NAME: WILL BE SIGNED CORRECT WAR WITH GERMANY.\Y

TO THE GERMAN NOTE TO I i t BE VERY CLOSE



Choice Lies Between Robert Lansing I All Washington Shows Tense Feeling


And Secretary GarrisonWilson Over The SituationPresident


BOONE AND FULL AC
Expresses the Desire That the Note to Germany Will Go and Bryan Have Differed Radically Over German; Sub-
CITY TO NOW,
Forward Immediately Today-Form and Language of marine Policy From the Start-Bryan Said lie Could

the Note Caused Mr. Bryan to Tender TERY Not Conscientiously' Affix His Name to Note

His i Resignation ARE ONLY IT" HE SAYS and Resignation Was InevitableMr.

Washingon, June 8.-Secretary William Jennings Bryan handed I Bryan's letter of resignation, and the president's letter of

his resignation to President Wilson immediately after the cabinet Foreclosure in Part- acceptancevere given out this evening. Mr. Bryan's letter fol-
meeting today. IT WAS ACCEPTED. lows:

Immediately upon the acceptance of Mr. Bryan's resignation by Instituted Continue to In the second paragraph of his letter to the president, he said:
the president, Robert Lansing became the acting secretary of and Same "The issue involved is of such moment that to remain a mem-
state. ber of the cabinet is unfair to you as it will be the cause which is
Lansing's Name to NoteIt nearest my heart, namely, the prevention of war."

will be Lansing's name which will be signed to the Americannote At the replying to Mr. War May Be Next
to Germany, which was put in its final form at the cabinet yesterday The construction placed upon this declaration by Mr. Bryan was

meeting today and which the president said this evening, throughhis was received "June 8, 191;;. that the note which President Wilson and the majority of the cabinet -
secretary, he hoped would go forward tomorrow.It Robinson and C. \ : decided to send to Germany, in the judgment of Mr. Bryan,
was the decision of the president and the majority of the will probably lead to war.
the city i nation only be
cabinet on the form and language of this note which induced Mr. wood." This its acceptance, It is that consideration which is causing very tense feeling at

Bryan to tender his resignation. only living much more than Washington tonight. In all public places were groups discussing
Garrison or Lansing May Succeed Bryan lando cemetery feeling of per- to the utmost the gravity of the situation which has arisen.
There was much speculation here tonight as to who will permanently ted in the earl Submarine Policy Caused Friction
succeed Mr. Bryan as head of the state department, and that these close association Mr. Bryan, in his letter gave as a specific reason for his de-
whether the friction in the cabinet will end with his resignation.The "Greenwood to me. Our cision to retire from the cabinet an irreconcilable difference be-

choice of Mr. Bryan's successor most likely lies between its adoption. in practically ev tween him and the president as to the best methods to be employed -

Secretary Garrison and Counsel Lansing. ferred the I duty and public to reach a peaceful solution of the problems arising out of
the use of submarines
against merchantmen.
Robertson with support of the
Robert I I the administra- It was this point upon which Mr. Bryan and the president dif-
AN INCREASED INTERESTNumber $$12,000 SCHOOL HOUSE E Orlando Water and loyal be fered radically from the state.
The president in his note to
under
Germany, date of
act as arbiter in >otion to the du May 16
substantially declared it was impossible for Germany to
ment over water and your ea- use sub-
Applicants for Teach Hanner Bros. Have Begun New representative of every marines against merchantmen without disregarding those rules

ers' Certificates More Than School House at Tavares- Lartigue. A l the service it fairness, reason, justice..and humanity which,all modern opinion -III j

Twice That of Last May Get Winter Haven named and then example to the regards as imperative.

Year Contract Fire insurance have earned our President Remains Firm
left to Mayor and friend- This declaration of the president has been generally construedas
a practical warning to Germany that her
The teachers' examination began Hanner Bros.' firm is busy these The city submarine warfare
yesterday morning, as scheduled. The days. J. C. Hanner is at Tavares, ery way with not separated in against merchantmen must cease, as it will be impossible for her,
white teachers 25 in number, are be- where on Monday last he started the Board of Trade but only in the according to the president's view, to carry it on under the rules
and regulations of
international law.
ing examined at the high school build- erection of a $12,000 school house for Central Florida seek it.
Mr. Bryan, from the first, has been of the
the 21 colored tak- tomorrow. reasons that opinion, and voiced
ing; applicants are that prosperous Lake county city. C. my
ing their examinations at the colored C. Hanner left last evening for Win- Commissioner retirement from his opinion determinedly, in cabinet meetings that this declara-

school. There has been a decided increase ter Haven, where he will bid on the ton that all state goes so tion of the president was too sweeping.

this year over 1914 in the num- construction of a $30,000 school build- not paid to date ret. He contended that Germany could hardly be expected to permit

ber of applicants, both white and col- |I ing. Hanner Bros. is one of the most issuing of lien 4.'S it. the fare United States to control the character of her submarine war-
ored. At the June examination in j popular of Orlando's contracting Commissioner THE SAME, against the powers with which she is now at war.
1914 there were 10 white and 16 colored -I firms, and as indicated they are not; structed to TO PURSUE The most the United States had the right to ask, and the most
entrants for the examinations.The suffering for lack of work because of the dean-up of that Germany could be expected in return to grant, Mr. Bryan has
held will be for
walks and Germany to carry on her submarine
subjects taken yesterday were the summer season.FIFTEENTH only because warfare
orthography and reading in the morning Commissioner to bid you God- strictly according to international law, so far as that warfare af-
tion that the fected the citizens and interests of the United States.
and grammar in the afternoon.The ANNUAL SESSIONOF shall continue
Cabinet With
the President
following white teachers took SONS AND DAUGHTERS commence (' causes even
the examinations: OF JACOB liens filed on in the same iuTil" ie- President and the majority of the cabinet decided
Lake that the United States in the new note to Germany would
Mrs. C. F. Venable Winter Park; The fifteenth annual session of the on firmly for broad humanitarian stand

Miss Myrtelle E. Carraway Lock- Grand Council of the Independent Or- Mr. Johnson regards, sincere- \ first note was based Mr.principles, upon which PresidentVilson's
hart; Mr. C. F. Venable, Winter Park; der of the Sons and Daughters of foreclosure give his Bryan decided he could not conscientiously -
all sidewalk approval to such a course.
Orlando Miss
Mr. Jerome Damron on WILSON.
; '
Jacob (colored) held their public exercises As it is
Grace Bachelor, Orlando; Miss Ethel if unpaid.YESTEHD.. necessal1that any note of the importance of the Ger-
in Mt.
Olive A.
M. E. church
man note should bear the
Partin Fort Christmas Mrs. Minnie signature of the secretary of state Mr
,
; last night. The order is composed of IS BUILDING A Bryan had to decide whether
or not he would
affix his
Jacobs, Chuluota; Miss Jane Tatlow, HOME signature
of the
some most thrifty and substan- to the declaration and it
Bay Ridge; Miss Eunice Page, Orlando tial negroes of the state being on the north side as was absolutely opposite to his conscientious -
pre Views, he decided he
could not and his
,
Miss Genevieve Orlando resignation then
,
Ivey
; ;
sided over by A. L. Lewis banker and connecting Main became inevitable. t
Miss Myrtle E. Bean Zeilwood; Miss insurance manager. The delegateswere Pittsburgh 3, northeast of t
Jennie Campbell Winter Park Miss Cincinnati 3,
; adressed and welcomed to the foundations are S . . j
i t i t fAll .sss. . .
3 .
Frieda Siewert, Winter Park; Miss Chicago little .s
city by :Mayor: E. F. Sperry, who was two story j I
Willie May King Oviedo; Miss Mary\ loudly] applauded and appreciated. He St. Louis 4, The property is WHAT A GRAND PLACE I. BOY SCOUT JOHNNIE QUINA i
Alice Winter Garden Miss EOLA PARK: IS FOR POETS RESCUES .
Oliver VINCENT
'
; was ably responded to by O. \V. Mor Caldwell, of the MAYER j
Lilly Bell Stevens, Orlando; Miss Co- rison, of Jacksonville, Fla. New York 4, located and will AND SENTIMENTALISTS 11.* FROM DROWNING '
rinne Barker, Orlando; Miss Florence ,|i The program was very creditably Boston 3, for the Eola l
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I. Bellows Orlando; Miss Jean Par- 'and intelligently carried out and was Philadelphia 5 It is understood *In the evening by the moonlight" 1 The Lake Gatlin camp of Dr. .

ton Fort Christmas; Miss Sarah Marshall :enjoyed by the large number of white Washington 3 be used by Mrs. is a fine time to enjoy the j I. and Mrs. Hal Beardall was the '
.
Oviedo; Miss Ruby E. Wilkins and colored people present. This or residence. beauties of Eola park; or for the !I scene of a nearly fatal accident i
.
Orlando; Miss Gretta Frint, Orlando; ganization is religious, moral, and hygienic Brooklyn 5, matter of that any spare time :' yesterday afternoon when 11 year *' I
Miss Mildred E. Williford Apopka; in function and is doing much Kansas City 5 MEET AT may be used to good advantage in j I. old Vincent Mayer, while swimming \
Miss Annie G. Henderson, Orlando; good amongtheir people. E 23-2: taking a stroll along the cement I I. got beyond his depth and I
Carl E. Henderson, Orlando. walks, among the rose beds and '
Mr. i.
i I Dr. J. II. Thompson is head of the Memphis 3, of the Flor j came near drowning. The lad '
palm trees of the park. The Eola I
for
Miss Bertha Goddard who some
of
Orlando was one a hundred or '
chapter and has charge of Little Rock 5, Postmasters will j more
weeks has been assisting Prof. Me- ::the local committee. Chattanooga 4 Live Oak, June lawn has just "had its hair cut," I I. youthful picnickers from St. Jo- ..

Kinnon in his office work, is in charge I i| Nashville 6, :\ of the or- and gives one that impression of '. i.I seph's academy, who were enjoyS 11 1

at the high school. i iI j i WERE RICED AT A. C. STATION South \ a large attend velvety smoothness which the i S ing a day at the camp as a farewell '
YESTERDAY novelist:; has such: a lore of attributing ,! to school life for the .
time and year
place,
.
Augusta 2. .
his "
OCOEE CITIZENS BEFORE COMMISSIONERS to "grassj sward. The Only by prompt work on the 1(
j As the 2:40 o'clock A. C. L. passen- Columbia 5, Postmasters will roses in the several | part
YESTERDAY pretty gardens of little Johnnie '
: Quina,
Boy
a
,ger train left the station yesterday a Jacksonville 4, I. !
are a veritable mass of biosi i i 1. Scout and Postal .
great quantity of rice left Telegraph mes- ;
was on and Albany 5, \ '
adding color
soms and
Among the representative citizens beauty to I j I' senger, was young Majer's life '
an Orlando
ground young man and l'LS50. .
the
scene. .
from Ocoee visiting Orlando yesterday -|i Jacksonville young lady who were PROGRAM G ss. s.ss.s..s j j saved This is certainly a feather -
were Messrs. T. N. Butner B. L. 'northbound j in the cap of the Scouts, whose .
passengers. A cow bell IDIIIGIIW.. a promi-
Griffin, WTO. P. Blakeley, and F. II. ':was attached to the young ladj's suit CO :\ Atlanta, and his j* motto is,MUe prepared,"and shows .
Maguire. They were here to repre-'case and GOOD WORK BY SPECIAL ROUTE i' that they "practice what they *
a large crowd of friends The program have been visit "
sent their section before the board of I COMMITTEE OF BOARD i preach. ss
wished them bon
voyage. ject to change have left for .
commissioners in the wide- ( s s s s s i . .
county OF TRADE
outlines ghen. Dr. Mitchell will ,
spread movement for better roads. i| "THE BRACHARDS" THE 10 o'clock, J I before the
I GRAND TODAY house. ( session there. The special route committee of the I FRENCH HOLD THE GROUND

HAVE RENTED COTTAGE AT I Manager Mac Tallman has secured 1-2 o'clock :I Board of Trade under the direction of I j

\\INDERMERE !j"The Brachards" for a return date 2 o'clock, i Harry P. Leu yesterday went to Kis- GAINED j
'i toda-. It is the best act ever staged 4 o'clock, simmee and posted signs along the the coun- ..
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives Jr.. and ''in Orlando. Tomorrow "The But and county. All I and Thurs- route. The signs bore the words "To :ter offensive by the Germans, the

family have gone to Windermere, 'terfly" will be shown. The setting of the court house. Orlando-Orlando Board of Trade." French fighting both north and southof

where they have rented a cottage and this remarkable play was at the Orlando 6 o'clock, i I The roads are slightly changed on account Arras, hold all the newly gained
will spend some time among the pines Fair Grounds and many local 1 cided. I j a beautiful cut of the paving. The signs will
and lakes the : in it. I visitors reach Orlando tomor- positions and also at several points
enjoying refreshing .people are Be sure and see the Co-operate sell them. I aid to
breezes, fishing and bathing. picture.: named on page store. row without any confusion. ,t made fresh progress.



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c i his Winter Park property. The bun- SAM GRIFFIN MADE GOOD RECORD |WINTER GARDEN
NEW YORK AND RETURN
ARCHITECT HUTTON BUSY galow is to be finished in gray and AS LEGISLATOR I NESS AND PROGRESSIYEO\\
white. A striking feature that addsto By C. F. Johnson

the appearance of this home will The Sentinel Bureau,
AT WINTER PARK (From Winter $35.00VIA
; be the living rooms, dining rooms, and Tallahassee, Fla., June 7. I
hallway, all of which are finished like Representative Sam Griffin, of Or- A new $19,000 brick school is be-I

Has Se'eralllouses in Course of sun parlors, being inclosed with glass. ange county, came to Tallahassee ing built, two stories, and it will

The mantels will be of Rookwood tile. pledged that he would pass no meas- finely equipped.The .
Construction at That Place
Pergolas and terraces will be used in ure of a local nature affecting his "CLYDE LINE"ONLY
Standard Oil has
I company recently .
and Remodelling Several place of porches. county until after he had heard from
Others I Here again Mr. Hutton's talent for 1 the majority of the voters that they added another tank at their DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLE '4

(landscape gardening will be broughtinto desired such a law. He kept his word, headquarters near the station. Fare includes meals and stateroom berth

That Orlando and its suburbs are play, he having charge of the arrangement and every measure that was sent to The new bank block is very hand Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship

on the boom, even in the "good old of flowers and shrubbery, him after he came to Tallahassee, relating some and business is very satisfactory Final Return Limit October 31st

summer time," is amply shown by the a fact which assures an artistic and to any part of Orange county, at the bank.

fact that the local architects' office effective landscape. he communicated with prominent peo- CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
Many houses have been built this
forces are crowded with work, con- I ple as to the wishes of the people be- for schedule and further particularsH.
BUYING AT HOME fore he introduced it in the house. season.D. .
for the erection of
stantly planning G. WENZEL Florida
Passenger Agent
and to date buildings. Two general bills that are of untold A. Fields is having a good busi-
new up ]I I Ticket Office Pier 1 Foot of Liberty St.Jacksonville .
*
Walt MasonI ,
By benefit to the state are the stat-
Mr. L. Percival Hutton is at pres- on ness in real estate this season.A. .
ent busy improving thriving Winter bought some rags of Tailor utes to the credit of Mr. Griffin's G. Mills is building a handsome FloridaThe

Park. He has several houses now in Skaggs and paid him when I got 'em; hard work during the session. house on Main street.

course of construction at that place, he wept with glee; 'For now," said he, The hotel protection bill was the Supt. W.1.. Bird, with Jones &

and is also remodelling several resi- "I'll pay my bills, dod rot 'em." So first measure that Mr. Griffin intro- Patterson, tells that the firm is get- .

dences on the run he took the mon, and paid duced, and by the passage of this ting out lumber for fifteen cottages to .

there.Gibbs ResidenceOn ': the corner grocer, whose trade was measure the hotel and boarding house be built for the Lake Highlands com- 1ai'Jet

the site of the old Hotel Semi- bad, and who was sad, because the people in the state are afforded pro- pany. .

nole Mr. Hutton's plans for an up to wolf drew closer. This made him tection from professional deadbeats.Mr. W. F. Evans is building a handsomeseven OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

date residence are being executed by smile, and for a while the man of Griffin has been congratulated on room house and a garage.J. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

the contractors, Hanner Bros., also of teas and sages, thought cheerful the passage of this bill by the hotel N. Johnson has 2,500 White Leghorn -
this city. The home in question, that thinks, forgot the kinks, and paid his people all over the state. hens and daily gathers 125 dozen FRESH AND SALT HEATS

of H. B. Gibbs is located on Lake clerks their wages. And Billiam Burk The standard field box bill intro- of eggs which he ships to Miami, and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Osceola, in the heart of Winter Park. the old head clerk, put up some thank- duced by Mr. Griffin about the middleof they bring him 35 cents a dozen.L. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

The grounds are more than three ful phrases; his wife was ill-the the session became a law this week L. Zinsser has built the new elec- and pure.

hundred by six hundred feet in area, druggist's bill had worried him like when the governor affixed his signa- tric lighting plant and is now busily We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and are to be beautified by Mr. Hut- blazes. The druggist cried, "Doggoneyour ture to the measure. This bill pro- engaged in superintending the wiringof everything in the Meat Line.

ton, who is a landscape artist as well hide, I thank you for these rou- vides a standard size box that must be the residences and business places

as an architect.One (Ito bles; I'm in the hole and need a roll used in picking oranges or citrus when he is not at the ice plant.W. :iiZ.: Self & Co.

of the most striking featuresof ease my weight of troubles." The fruits in the groves of the state, elim- F. Hanson caught 69 pounds offish I

the landscape work is the arrange- druggist paid that winsome maid, his inating an opportunity for unscrupu- Saturday in the lake. One I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETlllltMIMIIMMIMIMMMMIMIililMtllMIIMMIIM

ment of a three hundred foot mall, ,'! first assistant Annie and just for luck lous fruit buyers who contract for the weighed nearly 9 pounds and several -

directly in.front of the residence. This she blew a buck for roller skates for fruit by the field box to increase the 8 pounds each.

mall will be circled by a broad drive. granny. And thus my scads brough size of the box used when the picking W. L. Story is building a laundry

Roses and other shrubbery will be effectively -help to lads and girls beyond the occurs. The Florida Citrus Exchange I for Baker Bros., which will be 26x34

used to add to the beauty of counting; much trouble ceased, and endorsed this measure before its in- i feet, with an 8-foot extension. The

the house itself, which is to be a joy increased, and kept on mounting, troduction. :building was commenced Friday, J. WE DELIVER THE GOODS

large and handsome residence, fin- mounting.. You see, my friends, if Three good local measures were introduced 'A. White doing the work. It is at the

ished in a dull shade of brown you should spend your coin with local by Mr. Griffin that relatedto ,rear of the Times office.
trimmed with cream on the exterior, dealers you're spreading glee and ec- Orange county and all became law. | Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service/ j
to beat the .
roof to be dull red in color, the inte- I stacy sunshine spielers. Other measures of importance to .SPANISH PRESS IS ASKED NOT

rior of the house to be finished in I the state had the hearty support of TO DISCUSS THE WA R Harley-Davidson Truck .
gray ITALIANS TO SPARE POLA'SI Mr. Griffin at every opportunity.

tints.The Farnum HomeAt I 1 FAMOUS ROMAN AMPIII- During the whole session Mr. Griffin Madrid.-Reports received from FOR QUICK SERVICE

Morse's Park, Winter Park, the THEATRE has shown himself to be an able rep- .Morocco state that an expeditionaryforce f

contractors are at work on the Far- resentative and his work during this has taken two positions occu-
I
num home, a handsome residence, in Venice.-The Italian military authorities session reflects credit to the people of pied by Moorish rebels near Moulouya, PHONE 444

the Italian style of architecture, have issued instructions to Orange county.GERMANY r in the Spanish zone, and continues to

which is finished in Louisiana red ships and airships to spare from injury I push ahead.

gum. Servants' quarters are over the the remains of the famous Roman TO REPAY GREEKS The government has appealed to | Good and Bad Cigar Stores ij

garage. amphitheatre at Polo, the Aus- Athens.-The German governmenthas the Spanish press to abandon all discussions -

Mr. R. B. Barber is having erecteda trian naval base on the eastern side admitted the responsibility of the of war in order to avoid mis-
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handsome eighty-foot bungalow on of the Adriatic. commander of the German submarine understandings which might interfere

which on April 18, torpedoed and with the maintenance of neutrality.An .

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SALE EVERY DAY IN JUNE! Isn't it typical of this

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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 s.o 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

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ENGLISH three patterns CHINA to DINNER select from SET.beautifully 7-1 pieces. LADIES'ity,June GAUZE Sale price VESTS____,_regular_______15c.____qual-____ lOc Royal Society and Princess Floss, all colors, '
decorated, regular price, 23.98, June Sale$11. 99 LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, all new, late -i colors, June Sale price, per dozen ______. 19 C
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styles, values up to $5.00 price TOWELS, Hemmed, huck, size 17x34, 12>/,c i; ;
MATTING RUGS, size 36x72, splendid line ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS, quality, June Sale price, per dozen_____I_ 85 cONE ?
patterns, I limit one to a customer, June $Z.CU
; values to ,June Sale price
$5.00
Sa1 price i 27C up ------- : LOT EMBROIDERIES, in Edges,
SHOES, PUMPS ANDOXFORDS Band, Insertions and Galoons, values up .
LADIES' ONE LOT LADIES ________________ 5
HOUSE DRESSES, made of Ging- values up to $5.00, 25c. June Sale price CONE ; ;; ;
ham and Percales, all sizes, $1.00 value, r-Q price ne$2.00
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CHIFFON TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha ,
i ; STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK sheen, 36 inches wide, all the new
high
: LOT SILKS, consits of Messeline, Foul-
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shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price $1.19 .
ards, Taffeta and Silk ,
POPLINS,full wide wide in black and fancy 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
TAFFETA SILK, the best finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale ____ '1
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finish, $1.25 quality.June Sale Price ------___$1.00 CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS, specially pricedfor

CREPE black DE, white CHINE and, all 40 the inches wanted wide shades, pure, $1.50 silk, 75c.this quality sale,:June Sale Price; _________________5Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain r t
quality, June Sale Price -------------------_$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ________________S4c and fancy weaves, large line of colors to ;,
CREPE METIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautifulsoft $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________93c: select from, worth regular 63c: and 75c, i
shimmering silk with a high radium fin- special to clean up inour June Sale ___25c
ish, and all colors, and CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy ----- 4 i
black white $2.00 $2.50
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South Florida Sentinel COMMITTEE.: ORLANDO SCHOOL

. MORNING AND WEEKLY Tomorrow the Central Florida I TRUSTEESThe

f. ::. GLENN ..............-.....EdiUr Highway Association will meet in Or- :
W. C. ESSINCTON ......ButaNe Manager
lando. How many will be here is a I trustees of Orlando schools OUR BUSINESS YEAR

r Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. FlorIda matter of conjecture. Several hundred have recommended to the county
i as Second Class Mail Matter. are expected. A program has board the following teachers and principals IS IN FULL SWINGAND

6 SUBSCRIPTION RATES been arranged for the visitors. The for the Orlando schools. The
fe Daily 1 Year ........................ $5-00 the
k Datfy. 6 Month ...................... 2-BO committee in charge is composed ofM. county board yesterday appointed
Daily S Mototha ...................... 1.25 O. Overstreet, J. P. Holbrook, J. H. following: WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS t'
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L. DaUy. 1 Month Reese, W. M. Glenn, V. W. Estes, C. Prof. J. W. Simmons, principal high This is also a Pre-inventory. Our books close July 1st. Our stocks must be reduced to

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1-00 P. Dow, C. E. Johnson, )1.1.. Smith, school; Miss Eunice DeLaney,assistant their lowest: ebb, and our price reductions should do it. TEX DAYS is the allotted time. Dare you

f, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN S. A. Johnson, W. W. Rose, C. E. I principal high school; Miss Mollie miss this exceptional opportunity? EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. These are just a

Howard, Dr. C. D. Christ, G. E. Ramsey lay, assistant principal high school; few of our emphatic Reductions. .
t ADVERTISERS:
.. W. C. Essington, L. S. Hauselt Miss Minnie Groves, high school; Miss .
- c..py f.r d .pl.y and all .th." hadsetadserti.ing and J. X. Bradshaw.You Lillian Eldredge, high school; Prof. READY-TO-WEAR
must be hmndro in at the fcauneuoffice EMBROIDERIES AND LACESAre
t .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. may become a member of the Elmer Enlow, athletic director, high
the day befcre publication. This rule applies school. LADIES SUITS
committee signifying
simply by your
U changes for rcntract advertising: it is extremely fashionable, but their beingso
lavanable and will be strictly adhered U.Subscriber intention of co-operating. Show the Prof. W. S. Coleman, principal the
I much in demand will not deter from
desiring The Sentinel discontinued visitors a good time, make them feel white grammar schools; Miss Mary us None must be taken into stock.
Ic should* notify the office in writing on at home, convince them that you area Branham, Miss Eva McQuaters, Miss putting the knife into them deep. IN SILKS-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Regular S22.50, Sale ___________________$16.46
Po: continued at the reirular subscription rates. whole souled generous and hospitable P.uby Wilkins, Miss Grace Holt, Mrs. We quote a few specials, 27 in. Flouncings Regular $25.00; Sale __________________17.61

t;: Telephone until notice Numb-r to atop .u...received...............-...it people. Give the visitors the J. W. Gaines, Miss Sarah Crawford, Regular 65c. and 75c., Sale ______4Sc Regular *: ;.OO, Sale __________________$23.40
r "glad hand" and they will all depart :Miss Bessie llinor1iS5:: Jennie Baas, 45 in. Swiss Batiste embroidered pat- Regular 39.50, Sale __________________$24.46 .
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1913.: having only good things to say of Orlando Miss Eva Taylor, Miss Mary Young, IN WOOLS. .
and her citizens.A Miss Grace Batchelor, Miss Esther terns, in lengths of 5 yards. Rejrular$:18.50. Sale ___________________14.46
values $8.75 $9.75 to Regular S22.5>. Sale ___________ __-____$ir.; 6 '
BRYAN'S RESIGNATION feature for tomorrow's program Ley all of Orlando and Miss Elizabeth Regular Regular $25.00, Sale___________________$17.46
STARTLED ORLANDO. will be a specially conducted automobile Welch of Apopka, Miss Oma $12.75 for __________________$-1.96 Regular SJO.OO, S.-.le -_________________$21.40
Secretary of State William J. Bryan's tour throughout the city and Or- Chamberlain of New Smyrna, Miss 2000 :yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges PALM BEACH SUITS-

resignation from the cabinet fell ange county. This city and county :Marguerite: Anderson of Lakeland, and insertions all widths values to 35c.a Regular $ .50. Sale_____________________$4.96
like a thunderbolt from a clear sky leads in paved streets and bricked Miss Bessie Wells of Tallahassee, and up Regular S12.50. Sale ____________________$!J.96
yard. PALM BEACH MOTOR COATS
Orlando last evening. Meager lighways. The visitors will be givenan Miss Addie Thomasson of Fort Meade,
upon 5 for _____46c., or lOc. a yard Regular S12.50.; Sale _u$9. 6
yards
. details accentuated the seriousness of opportunity to see what Orlando and Mrs. W. G. Johnson of Orlando, WOOL (COATS

the situation. and Orange county has done and is teachers in the grammar schools. Other lines equally price facinating. Regular SI2.50. Sale ______uu_____S9.JM?
Local people generally were not in doing in the matter of improving the The teaching force of the colored Regular $14.50, Sale ___--________----__$10.40
sympathy with Bryan's action.. They highways and the city streets. schools will be the same as the year WAISTSIn

- believed that this of all times was not At 4 o'clock the association is expected just closed, with Prof. Jones as prin- Chene SALE OF MILLINERYTRIMMED
voiles Organdies, Crepe de ,
the moment to allow one's personal to finish its business session at cipal.
feelings to supplant the more patriotic the court house. At the hour namedat To Improve O. II. S. Building Georgette Crepe, Pussy Willow. Taffetas. AND UNTRIMMED HATS

feelings that should cement the least 100 automobiles are desired at The board of trustees have proposed DIMITY BED SPREADSThe The strict policy of the store must be
nation in a critical international dip- the court house for the purpose of plans for greatly improving the high adhered to-"Nothing carried over from

lomatic situation. conveying the visitors over the city school building. The plan is to changethe ideal covering for hot weather. one season to another. These prices

The Republican party will also be and county on a tour of inspection. arrangement of rooms on the first White, Regular $1.35, Sale ____$1.05 should make a complete clearance.EveQ. .
able to make canital of the difference I Co-operation is essential. If you floor so that the eight grammar trimmed hat in the store at one
---- -- --- White, Regular. $1.50, Sale ____$1.23
Wilson will assist the Board of Trade will be accommodated
of opinion between President com- grades entirely of three prices.No. .
Sale _____$1.43
of state, mittee in the work of entertainmentget on the first floor, and the high school White, Regular $1.75,
the cabinet and the secretary 1, Values up to $5.00 ___________98c
and use it to good advantage in the into immediate touch with Messrs. will have the entire upper floor. White, Regular $2.00, Sale _____$1.53 No. 2, Values up to $7.50 ________$2.98

approaching national campaign.Then Estes, Holbrook, Johnson, Smith, To accomplish this it will be neces- White, Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93 No. 3, Values up to $20.00 ________$4.98
too, it was pointed out by Glenn, Reese, or Ramsey (the auto sary to move the two stairways from White, Regular, $3.00, Sale ____$2.43 Every untrimmed shape in the store at
several Orlando men that a resigna- tour subcommittee) of the above the north side of the building and put Colored Stripes- one of four prices.No. .

tion of the secretary of state might named committee.It them in the east and west ends of the Sale ___________$1.09 1, Values up to $1.25; ___________50c .
have an ulterior effect in Europe because will be well to reserve two hours building. This will allow the two Regular $1.75, No. 2 Values up to $2.50 __________$1.00
the i idea that the United Statesis tomorrow afternoon for a tour of this rooms off the front entrance to be enlarged Regular $2.90, Sale___________$2.46 No. 3, Values up to $4.00 _________$1.75

divided might gain credence abroad.It kind. Not only will you see what the sufficiently to accommodateany Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$2.96 70.I.. Values up to $8.50 _________$3.75 '
is true that Mr. Bryan could not county and city has done and is doing of the grammar grades. Upstairsit

conscientiously approve of President but it will be the means of showingthe will give us two new rooms, one for

Wilson's note, yet this should not strangers the progressiveness of the library and the other for Prof. READY TO'iEAR' TABLE LINENA

have forced a resignation. Perhapsin this section. Simmons' office. department without a Regular $1.00 Sale ______86c

the end Mr. Bryan's resignationmay Make your report immediately to To Improve VntilationIt rh'al.Ve ask for a compariRegular $1.15 Sale ______98c

be for the best. Who knows in anyone of the members of the sub- is also proposed to improve the LINGERIE DRESSESin son-that's all. Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.26

these days of startling, strange and committee named. One hundred cars ventilation and heating of the build- Regular 50c. Sale________3Gc Regular $1.75, Sale ____$1.46

weird developments? will be required. Have them at or ing. And as the outside of the build- Silks, Linen, Batistes, Or- Regular 75c., Sale ______56c Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56

o i near the court house without fail. ing has become dirty and badly gandies. None must be taken Regular 85c., Sale_______GGc Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.96
THE VALUE OF A Remember the manner in which the stained a couple of coats of Trus-con stock.
into
Board of Trade attempted to give the or similar preparation for brick work Muslin Lingerie Dresses PURE LINEN NAPKINS, per Dozen

"WHITE WAY. tourists a free ride over the county? will be put on. Regular $7.50, Sale ____$4.46 Regular $1.25, Sale ___96c Regular $2.00, Sale __$1.56

An indication of what a "WhiteWay" will There was a paucity of vehicles. The board desires to encourage Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.26 Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.96
illumination
of
system Don't let this occur tomorrow. Co- physical culture in the schools and
eventually mean to Orlando was fit- operate with the committee. Show Prof. Enlow has been appointed with Linen Dreses
Sale ___$4.46
Regular __7.50,
tingly demonstrated last evening the good roads boosters a royal time this work largely in the minds of the Sale ___$7.96 Wash GoodsTHESE
Regular $12.50,
when L. Giles the
Jas. lighted eight
and the fame of Orlando hospitalitywill trustees. Prof. Enlow has had a wide
"White Way" posts circling his beautiful spread throughout the state. experience in athletic work and is an Silk Dresses Crepe de Chine,
Poplins, ARE SPECIALS
residence on Lake Lucerne. Any kind of a car that will run and all round athlete himself and is capa- etc. etc. INWHITES
Radium. ,
AND COLORS
His beautiful new residence was I will seat a visitor is desired. If you ble of taking charge of all outdoor Sale ____$5.96
and with the eight White Way Regular $8.75, 1500 yards Lawns and Ba tistes and
lighted Crepes 27-30in
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own three or four cars send all of games, such as track and field work, Su le-$9.96 ,
lights burning a scene of rare beautywas them. One hundred needed. basket ball, football, tennis and base- Regular $16.50, Values up to 15c.,__6 yards for 59c ; 8 yards for 78c

presented. The view from across The procession throughout the city EXTRA SPECIAL IN 2500 yards Voiles Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40, in

Lake Lucerne was extremely fascinat- and county will be led by Mr. Over- ball.To further the work in basket ball UNDERWEAR Whites and Floral effects, values up to 35c..

ing, the reflection in the calm watersof street and County Engineer Ramsey and tennis the board hopes to com- 2 dozen fine Muslin Combinations 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36

the lake being indescribable.As followed by the Board of County Com- plete this summer an outdoor court 2000 yards Organdies, Voiles, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-42 in.,
announced at the Board of Trade missioners and the members of the that can be used for basket ball and $1.50 to $3.00 at V-_ Price in white and colors, values up to 75c. yard.

meeting Monday night, Mr. Giles City Council. Then comes the visitors tennis. See Special Table Underwear. 5 yards for $2.46HARTSCHAFFNER&
promised to have all of the lights escorted the Business
by Board of Trade. DepartmentThe
turned on so that the public might see The city and will trustees also
county help in the are planning to I I
what effect could be obtained sn"s Furnish.ings
a charming entertainment. Will :you? install a business department for the
from a system of this kind. Ina o next school year, also the instructionof
short time Lake Lucerne will be PALM BEACH SUITS
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS music will undoubtedly be arranged MARX CLOTHING
completely surrounded by a "White I >
HELD IMPORTANT for.As Regular $6.00 Suits for _______$4.90
and it is that other
Way, expected
streets will follow in securing this effective SESSION YESTERDAYThe very deficient the library it is of hoped the high that school several is NEED NO EULOGIES TOO WELL KNOWN-NOTE Regular $8.00 Suits for _______$6.50

lighting system.A THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for _______$6.90
board of county commisisonersmet hundred dollars can be used for replenishing EVERY $20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$1-1.75
uniform "White Way" throughout Regular $10.00 Suits for ______$7.50I'ALM
yesterday and transacted a great and improving the library. EVERY $22.50 SUIT FOR . . . . .$15..>
Orlando is destined to be under
way amount of important business. Bills The colored school building is badlyin EVERY $25.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$17.75
before months BEACH TROUSERS
Progressive -
many pass. totaling a large amount were ap- need of some improvements which EVERY $30.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$19.75
citizens should come to realize
that a system of this kind will stamp proved and ordered paid. The board! during will have the the attention of the trustees BOYS' SUITS Regular $3.00 for ____________$2.50
summer.
favored the extension of the brick
Orlando as one of the most beautiful road from Oakland west to the Lake Other Changes Contemplated THE FAMOUS "RIGHT POSTURE" MAKE. WORSTED TROUSERS

and splendidly illuminated cities in county line and instructed Engineer Manual training, domestic science, REGULAR $6.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$4-25

the country. Ramsey to investigate and prepare kindergarten and a gymnasium have REGULAR $8.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$5.00 Made from fine grades of Botany and

With a "White Way"on every streetin specifications. The board will assistin not been overlooked or forgotten by REGULAR $10.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .$6.00 Merino Wools, newest styles.

the city, Orlando will then becomethe every way possible in the two conventions the trustees, but the arrangementsand BOYS' PANTS Regular $4.00 for ____________$2.90

improvement acknowledged embodying leader in the municipal highest to be held in Orlando this limited room in the buildings does REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . . . . .S1-1J Regular $5.00 for ____________$3.75

ideals of refined civic art. week. A full and complete official not permit us to take definite action REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . . . . .$1.20 Regular $6.00 for $4.75
along these lines ------------
report of the commissioners' meeting for the next school . . . .$1.75
REGULAR $2.50 FOR . .
o will be published in the Sentinel to- year. The board of trustees feel that Regular $7.00 for ____________$5.25

HELP US HUSTLE, I morrow. the best that can be done for the pres-

- SAYS OCALA ent is the addition of a business department STRAW HATSEvery MEN'S OXFORD SHOES

Remember that often good thingsare The Rev. J. H. Weddell, M. A., for in the high school, the instruction Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords, .
lost because no one takes hold to 25 years intimately connected with of music in both grammarand Note
high school, and basket Straw Hat in the store reduced. $3.50 for _________________$2.90
win; don't let us lose the right to be the growth and development of our a ball and
heard as well as take a strong partin city, serving as rector of All Saints tennis court with a competent athletic these drops and take advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25

the locating of the western divisionof church, lies at this time seriously ill director for all outdoor games. EVERY 52.00 STRAW FOR . . . $1-50 White Canvas Oxfords, $3.50

the Dixie highway. The meetingis at St. Luke's hospital, Orlando, where GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Sec.-Treas. EVERY $2.50 STRAW FOR . . . $1.75 for ______________________ $3.25
to be Thursday, June 10, at Orlando. :Mrs.: Weddell is at his bedside. Mr EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . . a. . .$1.90 Gun Metal Tan Oxfords, tOO

Are you going? Please phone :Weddell is a prominent Mason and WAS IN OKLANDO YESTERDAYON EVERY S 1.00 STRAW FOR . . . .$2.75
for ______________________ $3.90
381 and get on the list so that we may [has made a host of friends in Lake- BUSINESS EVERY $ .00 STRAW FOR . . . ..53.5IEX'S
know just how many are to be in the land and vicinity who will be grieved Mr. O. W. Conner, the popular pro-
f trip. I am receiving letters from all i i at his serious illness.-Lakeland Tel- I prietor of the famous Ocklawaha Nurseries :\ HANDKERCHIEFSONE OXFORD SHOES FOR MEN
over the state looking towards a good 'gram. I at Tangerine LOT Pure Linen, Hemmed Stitched.
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was among the 25c FOR .18c Black and Tan Kid Oxfords $5
VALUE FOR
crowd from Marion, anxious to be in distinguished Floridians spending EXTRA SPECIAL ,
yesterday -
line with us. Hurry up, and phoneJ. POSTMASTERS TO MEET IN LIVE in Orlando. SPECIALS for _________._____________$3.25

I D. Kooney, secretary. OAK Every day during the sale we will put on an Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-

List of those entered: R. L. Martin Postmaster W. C. McLean is in receipt HONOR FOR ORLANDO YOUNG 6'EXTRA SPECIAL" item. fords, $5.00 for _____________$3.90
C. L. Anderson, Geo. L. Taylor. L. of an invitation to attend the :MAN: WATCH THE WINDOWS! Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
> B. Mershon, with car; Mr. J. P. Phillips convention of the Florida Associationof
Leigh Gibson Newell, son of Mrs :MEN'S AND BOYS' RAINCOATS fords $6.00 for $4.90
with car, will go from Largo; H. Postmasters which will meet aLive Ceo. R. Newell, who is a member of -----------

K C. Jones, with car; W. W. Wood, Baxter Oak, Fla., on June 23 for sessions the graduating class of the University BOYS. REGULAR S4.00 FOR . . . .$3.25; Black and Tan Kid Oxfords,

Cam, Frank E. Harris, A. C. Cobb, to continue and include June 25 of Virginia, has been selected as- :MEN'S, REGULAR S6.50 FOR . . S3.40 $6.50 for _________________85.25

Nathan Mayo from Summerfield, will Aside from a general discussion of class poet. Mr. Newell while enrolledin :MEN'S REGULAR S8.30; FOR . . . $6.90 Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf

I join party with car full; L. r.. Cha- ;topics of interest to postmasters a the law department of the U. of V. I :MEN'S REGULAR 512.50 FOR . . . $9.90 Oxfords, $6.50 for ----_____$5.25
: zal, Jr., with car. Phone 381 and get prominence will be given social features has received many honors, among I
on the list.-Ocala Star. of the meeting by the chamber them
a position on the editorial staff
o of commerce and citizens of Live Oak. of the Virginia Law Review. This Dicl
". According to the average expecta- Postmaster McLean hopes to be latest honor serves as a fitting climaxto ORLANDOCc.
tions of life, it is said that the Kaiser able to attend the Live Oak conven his already brilliant record
as a
will live fifteen years longer. I tion. student. "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE" .





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II 111111111111111. 11111111 J ROBERTSON BUYS LOT ON LIB- !FINE BABY BOY ON THE STORK

I r @rluubu( Snriej --I GRANDTODAY IFAVORTE THEATREOpen I ERTY STREET HOUSE AND ON IT MOVING !I 1 SPECIAL-

Jlr. II. Clark Robertson, city com- I Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Johnson are

2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. missioner, has purchased from the rejoicing over the birth of a fine boy

SOCIAL CALENDAR served. All come. Admission 5 Cent I Ir real estate firm of Lord & Bradshawa I which arrived at their home 403
I nicely situated lot on Liberty street,
I Mrs. F. M. Zellers, N. G. I North Orange avenue, Monday evening
Wednesday, June 9.MurphyCono1.y Special Attraction near Lake Eola. Mr. Robertson at
Mrs F. L. Anderson, V. G.
wedding. I .aala.III'I'.I"IIII'I' the same time purchased of the same I and friends are hoping that the
Weekly subscription dance at Country -o- "THE BRACHARDS"This TODAY'S PROGRAM firm a neat little two story cottage on ,"young man" will grow up to be as
Club. NOTES
Eola Club, Mrs?L Blythe Watson hos- OF SOCIETY INTEREST.At is a return date of this exceptional In:Majestic.: "How Hazel Got Even., a lot nearby. The cottage is being II good as his mother and as diplomaticand
tess, 3 'I two parts. moved to Mr. Robertson's lot
p. m.Thursday on by a courteous his father. With
the monthly business meeting of Reliance. "The Other :Man.: as that
June 10. attraction which won Reliance. "When Fate Frowns. A force of men under E. R. Hanner, of combination he is bound
Marriage of Miss Antoinette Slemons I the Woman's Auxiliary :Monday: afternoon I to go through
to J. S. Arnold Jr., 8SO o'clock. at the Chapter House, Deaconess great favor in this city last win- Western Five cents drama.to all. Hanner Bros., contractors. I the world without trouble.
t
Slemons-Arnold wedding reception at .' Parkhill, Mrs Sperry and Miss
Golf 8 ,p.Country m. Club. |'Corinne' Robinson were appointed as ter and has the reputation of be- There is only one better man than I The Palm Beach graduating class

Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. E. II. Westover I|la i committee to draft memorial resolutions ing the best act that has ever STIRRING SERMON BY DR. WRAY the man who gets behind and pushes, of the high school consists of ONE
hostess. in memory of :Mrs.: Gray, in an effort to improve the town and I boy and ten girls. The best looking
Friday. June 11. which will be published in the Palm played Orlando. In a dramatic and stirring manner that's the man who goes ahead and I class that has thus far been publishedin
The Younger Matrons Card Club,:Mrs.: Dr. Wray preached last evening, at
Clarence G. Brown hostess, Roof Branch and sent to Bishop Gray. A pulls. any ot the Florida papers.
the Temple, from the text,
Baptist
I I
Garden 3:30 o'clock. message was received from :Miss: Em-
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"And madness possessed their hearts.
Saturday June 12
'ma Gray thanking the Auxiliary for "BLACK AXDVHITE"
Young :Matrons: Card Club, :Mrs.: W. C. The sermon was forceful and convincing 0 .
flowers sent at the time of the fun-
Essington hostess.--()- I'eral of Mrs. Gray. After the busi- A Mina Comedy. } showing how moral madness is IF. rr--- CU
developed through stages of atheism,
LADIES' GOLF TOURNAMENTAT ness meeting adjourned the members
love of self and neglect of spiritual
COUNTRY CLUB. I were served light refreshments by
"THE At the close of the y tt
LANGUAGE OF THE development.
1 The first of a series of golf tourna- :Miss: Cary-Elwes and Mrs Abernethy,
service several men came for-
ments for ladies will be played on the I hostesses. DUMB"A ward. young
Country Club links Thursday. It will I --()-
be a mixed foursome, the couples Mr. Richard Marks expects to leave Lubin Drama.
playing with one ball, and nine holes this afternoon in his boat for Sanford, DEATH OF; OCOEE PIONEER

will constitute the course. Two prizes j en route to Orlando, where he will
will be given to the two ladies bring-i j I join Mrs. Marks to be present at the THE COWBOY'S CONQUESTA Capt. Amos P. Newheart, 82 years
ing in the lowest score. Players will ,I marriage of his sisterinlawIiss old, died yesterday at 5 o'clock at his

have the right of way of the course. Antoinette Slemons, and :Mr.: John Ar-, Biograph Drama. home at Ocoee. lIe has lived in this U ,

All who intend to participate are requested nold, of this city, which will take section for thirty years. The funeral t
to report at the club at two place this week. He will be accom- services will be Thursday morning at !
"THE PORTRAIT IN THEATTIC" 9 o'clock at the residence. Burial will HIGH IN HER ADMIRATION
o'clock as the game will begin promptly panied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam R.
at three. :Marks, of Jacksonville, and the Misses be in the Ocoee cemeter)'. Under- o It comes from being used to admir-
The management greatly desires to Annie Beggs and Lilla Fraleigh, of taker Hand has charge of all arrange- ing beautiful things in the shape of 0

make tournaments for ladies one of Madison. The party will return home An Edison Drama. ments. cut glass from our emporium. We
the features of the summer activitiesof abou tthe first of next week.-Times- force this habit on all the ladies be-

the Country Club, and it is hoped Union. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY cause of the remarkable specimenswe

that great interest will be manifestedin --()- This exceptional bill for the usual put before them. They also appreciate -
the events. An expert has said :Miss: Augusta Biers left yesterdayfor prices. PEAS! PEAS! PEAS! our prices because they are
that golf is the ideal exercise for wo her home in Centralia, Ill., where C US B4 U BUY. All kinds at the so reasonable.
Wright Seed Store.
right prices.
men. The knowledge of that fact she will spend the summer months.
should awaken widespread interest in Miss Biers attended the Orlando public 5 cents 10 cents 6-9-43tc ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
I., b cO
the sport among the women of Orlan- ', school and while here made her i r1 :
WHY NOT CALL THE PLUMBER AJi '
do, inspiring those who already know home with Mrs. Kate
Wright, on Lake
I, I Tomorrow: "The Butterfly." before the doctor and let him put
the game to take part in the tourna- ''Cherokee. She made many friends your plumbing in sanitary condition.
ments, and encouraging those who do here among the younger set, who This is the first and only big motion Call phone 597. Sallas & Sallas. 4 Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar

not, to at once become acquaintedwith hope to see her again in the fall. picture that was ever madein C-96t* u- t
:i ( PATTOX'S SUN PROOF PAINT
the delights of this
fascinating --()- Orlando. Its cast contains '
JUST RECEIVED large shipment of t11t011't !
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sport. Miss Prudence Malone -
who has
many Orlando people.ROOF fresh cocoanuts. 5 and 10 cents '
--()- been the admired guest of Mrs. Kate each. Wright Seed Store. j ; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
LAKE DOT S. S. -- --- -- -
Wright, at 411 Palmer street, left yesterday - 6-9- t-eod
PICNIC MONDAY. afternoon over the Atlantic 205 S. Orange Avenue

Monday the Lake Dot Sunday Coast Line for her home in St. Louis, PLAIN SEWING-Specialty on underwear '
%
school held a picnic on Lake Concord.A :Mo.: Miss Malone was the recipientof ; reasonable prices. Call at ., f Phone 261
pleasant day was spent by about many social functions and will be GARDEN[ 820 West Pine. 6-9-Gt J

forty young and old, who indulged in missed by many. A number of friends t r Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor Varnish
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 'tiI
bathing, boating and numerous races. were at the depot to bid her good-bye. one quarter mile from city limits; i Patton's Velumina, the Modern Wall
Mr. Sweet, a man eighty-four years -oAt -- very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- dq, j ; Finish.
young, took part in one race with one their initial meeting Monday in poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
of the fat women. the parlors of the new church the TODAY 6-9-tf COLEMAN & KHAN

At noon the table was spread with members of the Baptist Ladies' Aid -
many good things too numerous to, Society enjoyed for the first time -
mention.Mr. their handsome new rooms. Some
: W. W. Wells is the "THE JUNGLE
superin- sixty members were present. Com- QUEEN"A FRANK A. CURTIS
tendent, and he has worked hard to mittee reports consumed much time. WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
drama of the wilds.
keep up interest in the school, and to Regular business and social meeting -j

him and his wife are due much of the Monday, June 14. Complete in two parts."FRAMED". Established 1886
pleasure of the day. -

At last accounts Miss Norma
:MAGAZINE COMMITTEETO Beacham, who on Monday was said
MEET TODAY. to be critically ill as a result of pto- CURTIS & O'NEAL
The Federation Magazine committee maine poisoning, was out of danger. A Romance of Montana.

of the Civic League will meet at Miss Beacham is visiting in New
the home of Mrs. Edwards, 409 South York.
.' Orange avenue, this afternoon at 4 "NOTHING EVER HAPPENS INSURANCE LOANS :

o'clock. All members are requestedto The meeting of the Sans Souci Club RIGHT"A
attend, as the work of the committee has been postponed to next week.
will be planned. Burlesque in one act, very fine REAL;;; ESTATE RENTALS
:Mrs. E. W. D. Dunn, chairman. ANNOUNCEMENTOrlando J
j
Camp No. 16074 will meetat 1
NOTICE. the I. O. O. F. hall. All membersare Ladies' Silk Parasol will be given -
Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will requested to be there. There will ,
meet in regular session Thursday be an ice cream supper after lodge away tonight at nine o'clock.

evening, June 10. All members are business. Come and have a good
earnestly requested to be present, as time. All visiting members are invited 1
there is work to do. Refreshments to be present.J. For male

consisting of punch and cake will be M. Brady, clerk. 10 cents 5 cents. ,

--
w. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price
Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.

After you ot'your" $4500.00. A bargain.

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HORSES TAKEN TO PLACEOF ON RUSSIAN COAST ISOXZO SPRAYINGFor
SAFETY Rome.-Constitution day was cele-
Udine, Italy, via Chiasso and Paris.A .
White and Scale with
Fly Schnarr's In
London.-A semi-official statement brated with intense enthusiasm by all spray
general Italian advance is secticide. For Red Ruste Mite and all other
Rome-The famous gilded horses issued at Petrograd says a Reuter dispatch pro- classes of the population. A great Spider Mites
which for a century have adorned the ceeding today across the Isonzo river infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
o ,declares that the Russian trans- parade, which was formed this even-
principal portal of the Cathedral of from Caporetto to the sea, a distanceof I Compound. -
St. :Mark, at Venice, have been removed port Yenisei has been sunk in the about forty miles. The movementis ing included in its ranks soldiers, I These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan
priests, students and private citizensof be done at and the time. This will
from the city to a place of Baltic sea by a German submarine, one same absolutely
safety because of the fear that they while Russian mines and submarineshave one of importance, and hard fight- all ages and conditions. I insure clean trees and bright fruit.
is taking place at Gradisca.
ing Nothing better nothing more effective ai nothing
might be damaged by hostile aviatorsor f
sunk three German steamers. The Italian authorities are drawing cheaper the market. Get the habit of
warships.The SERBIAN TROOPS ONLY TWODAYS' on spraying and
The naval engagement at the en- tighter the screen of secrecy as to the MARCH FROM 'I' you will have no regrets at the-end of the season.

four horses of St. Mark's, of trance of the Gulf of Riga resulted in Italian operations. Nevertheless, it SCUTARI

bronze, five feet high, are among the the sinking of several German trans- may troops be have said been that concentrated masses of Italian on the J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando

finest of ancient bronzes. They prob- ports and one large vessel not named, roads from Cormons, Palmanova and Rome.-Serbian forces are continu- ,
ably once adorned the[triumphal arch says the Petrograd correspondent of Cervignano.The ing their advance in Albania from two
of Nero, and afterward that of Tra- i directions and now are only two days' Florida
the Times. The Russians lost one resistance of the Austrians
jan. Constantine sent them to adorn march from Scutari, according to a -
daily is becoming stronger. This, Ital-
the imperial hippodrome at Constanti- auxiliary ship.It dispatch from that city received by
ian officers declare, has had the effect ---
nople, whence the Doge Enrico Dan- is surmised the correspondentsays the Giornale de'Italia.
of making their men more deter-
dolo took them to Venice in 1204, as that a majority of the German mined.

the spoils of war. In 1797 they were ships hitherto concentrated at Kiel Tolmino on the east side of the Want anything? Ask for it through
carried to Paris by Napoleon, but in came out into the Baltic, but the bat- Isonzo, is one of the Italian objectives. I i Sentinel "Wants." CAREY HANDFUNERAL
1815 they were restored to their for- tle squadrons apparently were not
I
mer position by Emperor Francis. engaged. It is believed in Petrogradthat

the Germans will repeat their at- DIRECTOR
PLAN CLARA BARTON MEMORIAL tempt to land troops on the Russian
coast. .... 1v AND EMBALMERAll

Washington.-Steps toward a mem-
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i t t i t t i i i i i i i i
orial to the late Clara Barton, founderof
,
the American National Red Cross, TilE MOVIE MAN STOOD ON .
yq yw calls answered Promptly
Dayor
to be erected in Washington, were TilE SINKING DECK '
taken today by the Legion of Loyal S Nantes.-While the three-mast Night. Hand Block.
Women which asked Grand Army of i ed ship Chateaubriand, of this *

the Republic posts, patriotic organizations port, was being sunk by a Ger- '

and others throughout the man submarine off the Isle of Orlando Florida.PHONE .
- country to co-operate. Wight not long ago a moving ,

picture operator stood on the ''" 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
deck of the submarine and took s
NAVAL COURT
BEGINS EXAMINATION '*** M*** ?NoT
the BusinessMen \
OF MIDDIES views of the entire performance, s To ?&

Annapolis, :: .-A naval court of according to the captain of the of Orlando
inquiry appointed by Secretary Dan- S ship, who has arrived here.
0" iels' met today to investigate chargesof s s s s s s t s s s s t t s s The prbsperity of a city is in direct proportion to the local pride.
irregularities in connection with Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Sucha
examinations at the naval academy. Get the news in the Sentinel first. town is a good place to live and do business in. NOTICE!
Paint helps to a remarkable degree in spreading an impression of
prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh,new,inviting
look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes We have a car of Calahan A Brand Fancy Clipped

feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the Oats and a car of Snorts and Bran, which we will sell
direct results of liberal of paint, not from magic in the
a use any
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. allow prices for cash at the cars, S. A. L. siding between .

Central Avenue and Pine Street. Must be closed

Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadmixed out Wednesday night. First come first served. This
SHEET METAL CO.
stock is fresh, direct from mill.
T

with Dutch Boy linseed oil is the paint of quality and awan..s ce_a.
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, Lasting and economical. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your

and Rubber RoofingsCornices dealer today. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANYEXCEPTIONAL The Co-Operative Produce Co.

W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

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Works E. St. ORLANDO
14 Church
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OFFER

Post Cards are always to be found on our racks We also

MliillllllllllltMIIMMIIMIIIU II II carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.

r- Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look

REFRIGERATORSStone Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne over our cards frequently if you wish to keep posted on

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

with plenty of Foliage birthday and general greeting cards.

Lined. Made of Heavy Ash with Raised Beveled Panels.
I and Trees. \Y. S. BRANCH,

THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

Price $2000.00 .


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C.A.HOVEYDISCOUNT The Orlando Meat MarketT.


J Ji A. YANCY, Manager

i Solid Brass :Nickel-plated Lever Locks Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

t F Cut showing Corner Section and Method of Construction.The Florida and Western Meats
The 'latest receptacle for the storage of food is made of Gran-
I' ite wood, a composition stone. It is applied to the inside wood lin- Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game\Etc.\
ing of the refrigerator (to the thickness of one-half inch) when ink
a soft plastic state. During the drying: process it is worked down
f to a smooth even surface which in a short time cures out very hard Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
ON fURNITURE E
, and tough. It is then treated to three coats of the best hard drying
! enamel to give it the clean snowy white appearance. PHONES / Business 135 :JP. O. BOX 226
2 It will not break; it will not leak; it will not rust; it will not Residence 133 Cor orange Ave, and Church St.WE'RE .
absorb dampness or germs. It has no seams, therefore, it can have !
.i no cracks, no crannies to harbor uncleaniness there is rothing to To reduce our stock as much as
interrupt or dimish the original circulation of cold air which is a !
h! feature of this celebrated refrigerator. much as possible by the 15th, will i
r Note the round corners at the back and bottom; the manner in
,. which the drain pipe through the bottom is embedded in the material give a
))0 the method by which the material is brocght to the edge oft GETTING GOOD ? ? ? I
the door casing as well as the front of the bottom, in this manner Discount of 25 Per Centoff
! sealing the entire lining in one solid seamless piece. To Our Customers
: There is no lurking place for germs; no entrance-way for sat-
; urated air; no toll taken from theory; the circulation of air our regular cash price on any j Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in
. works on the latest day of use as effectively and as purely as on soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre
! the first day of trial. The difficulties of former days have been goods in store.Hammond. size
: overcome, and an economy has been attained in expense, in taste, same ,
in comfort and in health so extensile that it cannot be computed.. Do you use Aluminium Ware? s
t See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and
..Absolute1)St'amlessPositive Circulation-Round Corners. Gold Dishes. All the above will b" o-iven away absolutely

i OSCAR HAND & SON I & GoreFUNERAL free. CallFINLEY'S '

DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. PIONEER

Complete House Furnishers Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando Fla. and see our Premium Table.

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J UIn her, Laths and shingles SENTINEL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOPPING Lake Site

Today's Sentinel is replete with the
advertisements of most of the merchants -

WANTSThe of Orlando, and there are some

rare shopping opportunities containedin
these advertisements, which careful -
and discriminating buyers will Two

Morning Sentinel Want I readily grasp. Read all the advertisements -
Directory is the Greatest Want
. OHLAJSTDOCement Ad Medium in Orlando. carefully.
; Real Bargains
Terms Cash in Advance. Spend your Thursday afternoon at
Rossmore Inn. Good boating, bathing -
Plaster and Lime and fishing. 6-6-3tc
Agatifc RATES
136 acres with beautiful fron-
For One Day ______________23t
For Three Days _____-_____50c The want ad.'s the thing.USE tage 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.
GET PERFECT tains more than 25 words the rate
YOU TO
E WANT Over
will be one cent per word for 1500 feet lake shore.
each additional word, for each in-
W 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 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,

.
OUR DESIRE MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, Wttklns' Block PHONE 104

nearly consumer is our satisfied FOR SALE MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
Very every gas
ALL OTHER INSECTS
friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will FOR SALE-A good cypress row-

not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a boat, newly painted, good condition. GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
Phone 126. 6-S-3tc spray and guaranteed to do the
good word for their gas service. work. Don't set up and fight mos- Dr. S. S. Jones
FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, quitoes all night. Spray your room
OUR ADVICETo 5 passenger in good condition; ex- with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue your Groceryman get it for yexu. Or CHIROPRACTOR
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. direct if he will not supply you. Put graduate Davenport College, 17 and
bring about this desirable condition, the Company 5-8-1 moc up by theSCCOG. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone

advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete ORLANDO. 209. Intelligent people everywhere
FOR SALE-Horse and buggy. Apply are being restored to health by chiro-
ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of Singer Sewing :Machine: Co., 43 ., FLORIDA practic adjustments, the new scienceof
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as East Pine street. 6-6-3tc Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341. removing the cause of disease. Ex-
amination free.
1224lmoOSTEOPATH
wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story I Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-

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

I \ FOR RENT
Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew & Bnindage DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfect mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. OSTEOPATHS Office corner Orange Avenue and

. in operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We Yancey. 3-28-tIc Personal instruction under Dr. Still church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,

offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiest FOR RE Furnished five room at Kirksville, Mo. Phone 419.Limes.
flat, close in, flowers and garden,
.. of terms.ORLANDO. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
to couple without children for sum- National Bank. Phone 578.
mer months. Reply "Pat," care of

Sentinel. 6-4-Ct PHONE 646 Limes!
WANTED

For Cadillac Limes!
Eight Cylinder
lED-Good milch cow, also one
WATER & LIGHT COQ two-horse wajron. :Must: be light FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
,and in good condition. Call on G. PFeatherstun .
Just received of
shipment
a
Lake Holden, or addressP. BARNARD & SON
O. Box 87. 6-8-3t Florida Limes. Drink Limeade
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
GAS DEPARTMENT I Ifi lED-Salesman and collectorfor 12-10-lm during the warm weather.

Oranjre county.; Apply' Singer
Sewing Machine Co., 43 East Pine
street. 6-6-3tc
.
Orlando Wood Yard Pine ApplesWe
lED-Sweet
potato slips. Any
variety,but must not be mixed. Wit
get Pineapples fresh each
pay $1.25 per thousand at my packing Removed from Pine St. two blocks .
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Preston day.
G-3-d&w-tf north on Railroad, west end Wash-

ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat
WANTED To house
rent by the
year. Must be modern, have sleeping all times. Remember the Groceries you

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY CO. must porch be well, about located five or, close six rooms in. State and order from us come from a clean.

location and rent in answer. Address sanitary store.
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf:: B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE

..
r.CARUTIIERS--
WANTED POSITION-A young man
WINTER GARDEN FLA. having fifteen years experience in 311DON'T .
department stores desires position & GORE
where ability and merit would war- -- -- -
rant advancement. Best references.
Address "Y." care Sentinel. 4-28-ti
Hew Modern G
Grocery
Can !supply your WZ. ; ..; in every- LOST-One Oakland and bicycle Ocoee.; wheel Reward., between Please WORRY

return to Morton Jones & Son, bus Phone 200
and New line. 5-13-tf
thing to eat wear. things

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot 6 and 8 East Pine St.
and good things always, Give us in Orlando, 'lake front, 1 mile from If you are disappointedabout
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 getting a new Eas-

a trial. acres unimproved; extra good land. ter Suit,we can put your
Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc
old one in good condi- '

Umbrellas recovered and repaired tion for just such occas $40.70TO
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop 21 J4. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc ions.


TRACY-House& repairs MOORE of CARPENTERS all kinds done .ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY. ,'

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; .

screen doors and windows a specialty; New York andPhiladelphia
garages office fixtures; window and Dry Cleaning
door frames made to order. Get our Steam Cteaningk
prices. 18 East Church street. A
postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo Pressing and Repairing ;

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NOTICE AND RETURN :
I wish to announce to my friends
and customers that I am working at
From ORLANDO
the Arcade Barber Shop and will appreciate ;
their business. Cut Flowers
6-8-3t RALPH LUCIUS. VIA '
Pure Ice Crean1When

REDUCED RATES on lessons in art and Plants 1
and dressmaking, through the sum- Atlantic Coast LineStandard
mer. Can do a limited amount of:
dress making during dull season.
Miss Echols 505 South Main. Floral Designs
you want PURE ICE I 6-5-6tc Railroad of the South ;
For Party J
CREAM call for HAND'S. If i
To reduce our stock as much as pos-
you don't believe that we take Club I sible by the 15th, will give a discount Tickets sold daily. Final limit -
the greatest care in its of 25 per cent. off our regular cash 31st.
manu'e October Stop-overs. i
make our Ice Cream from
in store. Ham-
price on goods
Church SocialSchool any
.Violet Dell Florist.
facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cows. AU mond & Gore. 6-5-t: Variable routes. .
make it. You will be surprisedat Social
cans, moulds and everythingused
the detail is For reservations call on
care every given. RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB M. CARUTHERSPhone ]
kind you want, any time used in the manufacture of our Lodge J. D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. !

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril i Located in the Arcade BuildingAll 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
PicnicOrder work guaranteed and neat- I Orlando
,
ized.
from a quart up. ly done. Our work is the best 1

You are cordially invited to and our prices are the lowest. 1i
inspect our factory at any -- Hands Pure This is the place to have your CLINT BASSPHONE

time. old clothes made new. i
Ice Cream 375WestJefferson
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. :,t

Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Street JI 1

pressed _____________40c Successor to

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All and Palm pressed Beaches____scrubbed________50c Hand Wood CompanyWood 'il

Mohair suits pressed ______25c DR. L. H. RAMSDELlOPTOMETRIST ;i
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds J I
a trial and be convinced ORLANDO. FLORIDA ,!
PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street Clothes called for and delivered. PROMPT SERVICE TTE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES '!

REASONABLE PRICE* AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING j.
Phone 613. OPTICA1



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


"Let's meet at Butt's."
Q HOW ARE
Mrs. B. H. Belisario left yesterday YOU FIXED
afternoon for Lakeland, where she
will visit relatives.Mr. .

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and Mrs. W. L. Pike left yesterday
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for Asheville, X. C. where l'
they will spend the summer months.Mr. .

W. I. Witty, of Ocoee, was a
business transactor at the county me-
tropolis yesterday.Mr. .

W. G. Talton, cashier of the
Apopka bank, was in the city yester-
ii
day looking after business matters.
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My residence phone is No. 522R.Dr. ') (1 /
;r9 Buckmaster. 66tfilr. 1
"Do not put off for tomor- VT'Hclfu.en"o9110
; and Mrs. Arthur Milam were in .
row what you should do to-
o; Orlando yesterday en route from Day-
: day"-for tomorrow never tona to points on the Manatee river, I ILUIIL uiLU t&4cftfwnt

comes! including Bradentown.Mrs. ?
ti a, M1At cLcc iii:,

Doing is the great thing. The man Sophie. Johnson M. Johnson, who and have Miss been Bonnie visit- 'Wfuy A 1te n t\ou.\ { V ;

who acts accomplishes. It may be ing relatives in this city, have returned -
too late if you wait. Why not deposit to their home in Fort Myers.
a dollar today and start on the IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
acticve road to prosperitythousands Mrs L. II. Dancy arrived in Orlando TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO
that yesterday afternoon from Holly BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
traveling happily
are way. Springs, Miss., to visit her sister,Mrs
BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how Hamilton Johnson, 408 North Orange
YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORT
easily faithfully and steadily your avenue.
ANY ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.WE .
account grows.
"Let's meet at Butt's." WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU.

.
THE STATE BANKOF Miss Marie Scofield, who has beenvisiting BANK WITH US
Mrs. L. G. Starbuck at her
ORLANDO, FLORIDA home, 15 East Livingston avenue, returned WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS
yesterday afternoon to Winter

Haven. The Peoples National Bank

Mr. A. II. McIntyre, the traveling
.
) representative of the L. B. Skinner "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Manufacturing company, Dunedin, ar
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to remain in this vicinity for

ARE YOU DRINKING several days.

Mr. J. Manning, who has been HI 1IIII .. .It..**. I I II I I II II IIIIIII I I II I III 1111 II III III 111111111 n 11 IIIU.I:

spending several months in Orlando,
left yesterday afternoon for Mont-
clair, N. J.lr.. Manning has spent


Elder Spring several"Let's return seasons meet the first at in Butt's.of Orlando October." and plansto THE NEW P PAKATVflNiX A !



Mrs. Park Driscoll and daughter,
:Miss Constance, left yesterday by FULLY EQUIPPED
auto for Sanford, where they will sail 1
for Jacksonville, and thence to New
York, where;they will spend sometime
Water ? en route to their home near Rut
land, Vt. The best value ever produced


Mrs. F. A. McCarroll, who has:
in high grade MOTOR CARS
spent the past six months in Orlando,
guest at Duke Hall, left yesterday afternoon
over the Atlantic Coast Line
for Atlanta, Ga., where she will re For Orlando
main until fall when she contemplates r

A pure, sparkling, thirst- returning to this city. $2,725.00Sold

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blaisdell, of
quenching spring water. :Mystic, Conn., are en route for :Northern
points, and during the summer
Look for it in the homes will visit points of interest in New
you York State and New Hampshire. By
They expect to return to Orlando next

visit. season"Let's to meet remain at Butt's.for some time. I San Juan Garage Company I !


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Mrs. Thomas Brennen and daughter ttltt*' .lillllllMIIIBMlMIIIMIMIIMIIilltMlitMMMiaglMIIIIMMUfmi

Miss Hazel, left last _. --
t CALL UP night for a -------
summer's trip in the North. They will .1
F. sail on the Merchants and :Miners


W.\ \WRIGHT\ P Plloue n 444;'visit Line York Baltimore from en route Jacksonville,to-Philadelphia New Bedford and expect and, Con New to I i I, r; THE CORPORATE EXECUTOR



Mr. J. B. Redditt, a worthy mem Most persons of wealth select a corporate r- .-_ .' -
And place order today ber of the Orange county board of executor because they: know it insures "'- ,
your public instruction, motored to Orlando I faithful and capable performance of the :-:::x
yesterday from his home near Fort trusts they create. f ,
j i ___ ____ _._. __- Christmas and spent the day attending I .
Whether the estate be large or of mod- : A
j a meeting of the school
a1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"JV board. He erate size, it is to the interest of both ,
was accompanied by his son, :Mr. J. i yourself and heirs to name this Company f n
E. Redditt, and Mr. Willis Nettles.Mr. .
as executor and Trustee. -"
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and Mrs. Robert Dodson and The Records of our Trusts are convincing G -a
daughter, Miss Flora, left yesterday evidence of the community's; confi----
for Tampa where they will sail for dence in our capabilities. ='- &

Diamond LostHow New Orleans. From there they will
WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ?
depart for the Golden West where .

they will visit the San Diego and I I j Because of the necessity for efficient _: '
Panama-Pacific expositions and other to for the fiduciary
banking organizations care
places of interest throughout the II business, the Trust Company has de- g r
West their .
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- during absence.Mr. veloped, in half a century, the highest type
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry of banking institution. 1 1
.
and Mrs. U. G. Willis and iI
by having it examined at store at least son
our once every chartered to handle
Master Edward, left yesterday over Primarily trusts. -'
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof the Atlantic Coast Line for Sanford. I the Trust Companies of the United States ems e "r.r. '
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin where they will take the steamer for have developed such efficiency that not one -,
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's > an up river trip to Jacksonville, thereto 'I' cent of trust funds committed to their j
profit. A trial will convinec you. sail on the Clyde Line for New care have been lost through failures.

York city. They will spend the !gummer Have you investigated the service of ;
I at various points in the New this institution,
England States and New York State,
including Arresburg, Mass.NOTICE I II


T. H. EVANSJEWELER I I Sunnyside Camp of Royal Neighbors I Orldn Bank & Trllt t Coffihially I


will meet at the I. O. O. F. hall]
with the Modern Woodmen. All members i j ORLANDO, FLORIDA ;
are requested to be there. All I
visiting members are invited to at Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
tend. There will be an ice cream sup Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
per after the lodge.

.. ....I ...II.TIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11t1111111111.__ ...i Mrs. Violet Brady. 1



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