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 10, 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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Bryan Was Regarded As A Friend To '- 4 = MAN I M ITATI o UN ANI ? AND [EXTEND[ POSITIONS

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Was Pacifist and Friend-Parting of President and Bryan

Was Sad, but It Is Believed They Will Be at "Dag- Has Nothing to Say Over Unfavorable -

Point" in Course of a Finding of the

Few Months ,, tlll4uriu Prison Board-Is

Unmoved i

Washington, June 9.-The resignation of Mr. Bryan because he I. French Consolidate Gains at

the note which result in is not taken by Atlanta Ga., June 9.-News that Le :Mont Where Ger-
could not sign might war ? the finding of the prison board was Tracy ,

diplomatists here as indicating that the note, which was sent to- THflT 0 FYi unfavorable was carried to Leo Franky man Front Is Closestto

day, is so vigorous in its phraseology and so decisive in its demands .> :Milton Klein, a personal friend,

that it closes the door to further negotiation with Ger ONE !I ,, eOOR E with and Frank's him at the father time.and wife were Paris

many. When Klein reappeared in the jail
On the contrary, it was agreed upon by the president and the ': ; 1 tl corridor he said: London June 9.-The French have

remaining members of the cabinet with a full expectation that l "Frank has nothing to say just now. driven the Germans complete! out of
Neuville Saint Vaast and have
lie seemed unmoved the decision.He extended -
diplomatic relations will follow and issues between the two gov- m..y have something by to say later." I I I their position at Hebturne and

ernments will be settled amicably.This Solocitor Dorsey would not com- consolidated their gains at Tracy Le
information came today from a source which makes it ment on the finding of the board. At- Mont where the German front reaches
authoritative.For 1. torney Harry A. Alexander said that nearest to Paris.A .
reasonably .
counsel l for Frank would move for an midnight communique received
the first time also a clear explanation was obtained as to immediate hearing before the gov- here from Paris states that after tak-

what Mr. Bryan meant when he said in his note of resignationthat ernor. ing the last group of houses which

he and the president differed "irreconcilably as to methods: the Germans had managed to retainat
Neuville the French troops swept
which should be employed" in reaching a peaceful solution of the YESTERDAY'S RESULTS forward north of the village and made

problems arising out of the use of submarines against merchantmen. National gains of considerable importance
League Berlin admits the loss of Neuville,
Pittsburgh 7, Boston 3.
but states that east of the town the
It was stated that President Wilson holds the view that the ------ Cincinnati 1, Brooklyn 5. French, attempting to advance, were

question should be settled by diplomatic negotiations, while :\Jr.Hr'an Chicago 3, Philadelphia 4. thrown back, suffering a severe loss.
St. Louis 11, New York 10.
took the position that the method of investigation and arbi- The Central Florida HighwayAssn. American League

tration should be employed, and the rest of the cabinet supportedthe New York 0, Chicago 13. COALITION CABINET POSSIBLEBy

president and turned down :Mr. Bryan's suggestion. Boston 0, Detroit 15. ( Louis Ludlow, in the Florida
Meets In Orlando Today Philadelphia 1, Cleveland 2. MetropolisVashington ) -'
Washington 4, St. Louis 1. \ June 9.-A coalition
BRYAN CONSIDERED FRIEND OF GERMANY I Federal League cabinet may be the result of Secre-

Amsterdam, June 9.-Mr.: Bryan's resignation did not become Brooklyn 7, Newark 3. tary of State Bryan's resignation.
s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s be representative one and embodythe
: : l a Baltimore 3, Buffalo 9. Those intimately acquainted with the
known in Germany until at noon today. It caused a deep stir TODAY'S PROGRAMS principal and most important sec- momentous developments preceding
Kansas 2 St. Louis 1.
the .1; tions and cities of Central Florida. City ,
throughout country. All that scheduled. and following the break in the cabi-
The foreign office ordered the newspapers to refrain from com- 9:30 A. Registration of del- ; Another and equally as important an South were Atlantic League net will not be greatly surprised if
egates at the Court House i object will be the impetus given to President Wilson offers the vacant
ment until further notice. It generally assumed that the Columbus 3, Jacksonville 2.
was resig- *
10:00 A. .-Address of welcome the improvement of all highways in premiership to one of three Republicans -
Columbia 3, Savannah 2.
nation means that the American administration will take up a s Major E. F. Sperry. 1 Central Florida. Charleston 11, 4. : Former President Taft, Former
more energetic attitude toward Germany.Mr. S Response on behalf of the As- The association will be placed upona Albany 18, Macon Augusta 15. Secretary of State Elihu Root, or For-
s sociation, L. I.. Dickie, of the permanent and sound basis. A con-
in mer Secretary
Bryan generally was regarded Germany not only as a .1. Southern League
Tampa Board of Trade.President's stitution and by-laws will be -
presented. The recent reorganization of the
pacifist, but also as a friend of Germany. He often has been rep- address. Meetings will be determined and Memphis 5, Atlanta 0.
British cabinet coalition basisto
on a
I New Orleans 16, Little Rock 10.
resented as the ideal peace maker. s Business session. I other important matters considered. Birmingham 6, Chattanooga 2. take in all the leading elements and
S 1 1'. M. Recess and luncheon.s Every Orlando citizen is urged to
Nashville 7, Mobile 6. forces of thought in the nation was
S 2 P. Resumption of business- co-operate with the Board of Trade pointed to today as an example of
S 4 P. Automobile tour over committees in making the meeting a what President Wilson might followin
newly bricked Orange county \ successful one. The general committee the present cabinet crisis.
highways and Orlando. G. R. I in charge of all details and arrangements EXCHANGE BARBECUETo This program however would be

Washington, June 9.-With a fervent and sincere "God blessyou" Ramsey, county engineer, will .1'I is J. P. Holbrook, J. H. generally resisted by Democratic pol-
June 9, 1915 Overstreet Crate
act as pilot, followed by the Reese and W. M. Glenn, chairman. : iticians.
from each, Wilson and Bryan took formal leave of each otherat S county and city officials. 100 i I The special welcoming and automobile Co., $50; Peoples National Bank, $25;

high noon today in the historic blue room of the White House. CARS NEEDED. I'tour committee is composed of M. M. Dickson-Ives Co., $25; Yowell-Duck- Washington, June 9.-After a con-

Secretary Tumulty, who was the sole witness to the parting, S 6 P. M.-Banquet, Plaza restaurant. : Smith, J. N. Bradshaw, S. A. Johnson, worth Co., $25; I. W. Phillips & Sons ference with President Wilson today
it V. W. Estes, H. L. Beeman, W. W. $10; LeRoy B. Giles $10; Jos. L. Counsellor Lansing announced that
says was an affecting scene. S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s .j I Rose Jas. L. Giles and G. R. Ramsey.Mr. Guernsey, $10; V. W. Estes, $10; B. the note to Germany would for-
Secretary Tumulty, in describing the late this afternoon M. Robinson $10 W. E. Martin, $10 go
scene Last evening a strong delegation I: Ramsey as county engineer, will ; ; ward to Berlin this afternoon and
said that both President Wilson and Mr. Bryan were much moved arrived for the Central Florida Highway -,I''I act as pilot on the tour over the coun- San Juan Hotel, $10; Routh & Caldwell would be given out for publication in

by the farewell and the depth of their emotion was manifest in Association which will meet in ty highways.In $10; Murry S. King $10; Wilber Friday morning newspapers. He said
their speech and action. Orlando today. The Board of Trade I I addition to the above committeethe L. Tilden, $10; Wm. Martin, $5; C. R the United States would not wait for
will play host to the horde of good executive committee of the Or- Emerick, $5; Jos. Bumby HardwareCo. notification from Ambassador Gerardat
But Tumulty's accurate description of the affectionate parting roads boosters from all sections of lando Board of Trade, headed by Pres- ., $5; Allen & Co., $5; W. S. Berlin of its receipt there before
between the two men and the sincerity of which on the part of Florida, particularly the inland and ident C. P. Dow and others, will do Branch $5; Cook Auto Co., $5; J. F. giving it out.
western counties. It is expected that all in their to make the visitors Gordon $5; V. S. Starbuck $5; J. P.
both, some few question, the prediction being generally made in power :Mr.: Lansing said the work of cod- :
Holbrook Good and Bad
$5 Cigar
at least 200 will be present. feel strictly "at home. Cooperatewith ; '
ing note It
Washington tonight by men of all shades of political opinion that Store, $2.50 D. L. Hawley $2.50 C. was way. was
The object of the meeting is to determine the committees and above all ; ; signed by Mr.
within a few months Wilson and Bryan in all likelihood will be at a western branch for the else have an automobile at the court H. Topliff $2; Brigham & Hill, $2; retary. Lansing as acting sec- ;

"dagger's point" politically. Dixie highway, a branch which will house att o'clock. C. R. Emerick $2; N. Francisco, $1; Robert Lansing, counsellor of the
H. Kanner, $1. Total, $282.
The general view was such that it must be the inevitable resultof -- state department, today received his

the carrying out of the program which Bryan has laid out for WAY ELECTED SECOND LIEUTENANT state formal ad appointment interim. as secretary of .

himself. Bryan's statement of the reasons for the resignation Clark Howell Editor of Atlanta CO. C.
At a meeting of Company C, Orlando l
showed that the differences between him and the president over A "MADE IN ORLANDO" PICTUREAT

the policy which the president intends to pursue with respect to Constitution Wires A GreetingEnthusiasm Laney Rifles Way, last, a evening member:Mr.of Walter the 1915 De- TilE GRAND THEATRE 1

the issues between Germany and the United States will be more graduating class of College Park :Military TONIGHT

radical than had been supposed. Academy, College Park, Georgia -
was elected second lieutenant of "Orlando products for Orlando people -
Atlanta, Ga., June 9, 1915. along the entire section the organization.. Way has madean ," Mac Tallman's constant policy ,
REGISTER AND RECEIVE OFFICIAL '' DISTINGUISHED VISITORS FROMST. Mr. Chas. P. Dow, President Board of traversed by the Dixie highway is enviable record for himself at. of giving his movie patrons the best j
'I overwhelming and the advantages to that is to be had in artistic picturesis
BADGES PETERSBURG Trade Orlando: G. :M.: A. and the local organization is
a accrue to every state participating can be his to be followed out this afternoonand
to congratulated on securing
Good roads boosters urged to
are I deeply regret my inability attend evening by throwing the
I not possibly he overestimated.Will on screenat
services. State will take
proceed to the court house promptlyat | Among the prominent Floridians the meeting of the Central Flor- encampment the Grand the ,
9:30 o'clock register and receive i I arriving in Orlando yesterday fromSt. ida llighwassodation.. you place at Black Point in August and tures which here 1
badges. It will be well to hear in I Petersburg to attend the Central the national shoot will be held at the
I trust will the AT TilE CONCLUSION OF months ago. Every movie "fan" in 1
you agree upon October 1. C
place Company
mind the importance of these badjres. Highway Association which same
convenes western route from Miami via Tampa, TOMORROWS MEETING A MESSAGE Orlando should see these home pictures .1
in this mustered members roll call
thirty at
They will admit YOU to the banquetat i city today were George Edwards -
t thus opening up both sides of sour (COLLECT) CONTAINING A last and it is thought that there and even if you are not one of I
6 o'clock this evening. Mr. Visitor : George Stahl, Dr. Byrd Mc- night .
wonderful state to the travel that will STATEMENT OF TilE LOCATIONAGREED that fraternity it will do you good to
Mullen will be at least 50 members by en-
remain ,
make arrangements to overnight ; county commissioners J. S.
; follow both divisions of the Dixie UPON OR THE ACTION time. witness the performance. Mr. Tall- t
and attend the big Florida Citrus Davis attorney to the commissioners campment
I A. Norwood, president ; I highway, also bringing your own people TAKEN LEADING TO IT. I man is doing everything possible to- ]
barbecue tomorrow.Committee.NOTICE of trade
i ; ward his
making themselves
into closer incalculable
L. A. touch to the CLARK HOWELL. patrons enjoy 1
Whitney, secretary board of GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS VISITED
t I and this ,
advantage of the whole state. Editor of the Atlanta Constitution. evening's program
TO RECEPTION AND ENTERTAINMENT trade; W. S. Downey, A. W. Fisher I I TilE ROOF GARDEN LAST promises to be one of the best.
COMMITTEES Lew B. Brown (Evening Independent EVENING )
!: W. L. Straub. editor Times and Under: the guidance of C. P. Dow
daughter Miss Blanche Straub; C. C. Clippings And Local Items Of; president of the Orlando Board of BASEBALL GAME TODAY
Badges will be ready for you at the The Winter
o'clock. Please Carr, manager of the Times and Trade about twenty }good roads boosters Garden team will meet
Sentinel 8:30
at :.Mrs. Carr; and Paul K.: Boardman. I visited the down town district last the Apopka nine upon the local dia-
call for them. Mr. Overstreet, who is i mond at the Fair Grounds this after-
and the Roof Garden
a leading member of the committee, Interest About Highway Assn evening inspected -
'! PERRY PRES. OF FORT MYERS : at the Yowell-Duckworth company's. noon at 3 o'clock and a fast game is ,
begged to be excused from active service expected Several of the Winter Garden -
B. .
T. IN ORLANDOMr. I The visitors" were greatly impressed -
pending a slight indisposition. It j i. -- by the beauties and general ball tossers belonged to the Or- i
is hoped he will be on deck today as- F.V.. Perry, president of the 1IOLWORTIIY OF LAKELAND Very truly: yours enterprise of Orlando. lando team when it gave all comers !
si.->tins in entertaining. Report :your ; board of trade at Fort :Myers: and COMING A. J. HOLWORTHY I a hard run for their money. : 1
cars to V. W. Estes.-Committee. i
I Mr. E. G. Wilkinson, a prominent real Lakeland, Fia. Sec. Lakeland Chamber Commerce. SIX ARRIVE FROM FORT MEADE The Apopka aggregation is a strong
I estate man of the sime city, arrived Mr. Charles P. Dow, President Board Messrs.!' II. Pearson, W. II. Underhill combination and will give a good ac- f
COUNTRY CLUB DANCE GREAT in Orlando yesterday afternoon from of Trade, Orlando Fla.: GEORGIA EDITOR WILL BE HERE I S. Garey Turnley M. A. Wilson, count of itself this afternoon. We
SUCCESSThe Lee county to attend the meeting today Dear Sir-I am in receipt of your Tifton Ga., June 8, 1915. J. W. Keen. W. B. Gardner of Fort could get only the line-up of the Gar-
Country Club dance last even- of the Central Associa- motored Orlando denites, which is as follows: Dr.
Highway night letter and circular yesterday lion. Charles P. Dow President of Meade to yesterdayand
ing was largely attended and was pro- tion. and beg to advise that I expect to be Board of Trade, Orlando, Fla.: will represent Polk county at the Boyd p.;. Dr. Tanner c.; Geo. Groves,
nounced a huge success. Following a present at the meeting of the Central I Dear Sir:-Your telegram and let- Central Highway Association meeting lb.; F. Pounds, 2b.; C. Pounds, ss.;
dinner at 7 o'clock dancing was com- Rome, via Paris, June 9.-An Ital- Florida Highway Association on ter to hand extending kind invitationto today. They are making their head- II. Pounds, 3b.; C. Sadler, If.; Geo. ;

menced and continued until a late ian dirigible which attacked the Aus- Thursday next, and will possibly have attend the meeting of the Central quarters at the Tremont hotel. Moncrief, cf.; J. Vining rf. i

hour. There were many out of the trian port of Fiume yesterday caughtfire four other Lakeland representatives Florida Highway Association in your t
city guests present and many college and was lost. The crew is be- with me.Thanking. I city on the 10th. Curtis & O'Neal furnish a sample THE WEATHER
l boys just returned from various insti- lieved to have been saved and cap- you for your courtesy It will give me pleasure to be with Columbia double disc record for 25 I Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- i
tutions. tured by the Austrians. I am, I t (Continued on page 4 cents. You will want one. I day.


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''; AIf season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to I

f .:- '" 41t -' Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many,, qi I
;.?' growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger. i
f f ..... ._ This condition could. and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The best groves of the Ocklawaha
Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent of an average
I t.I of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes
per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
E Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $ 1.40 per tree, or sixteen
hundred dollars per acre.
r'l The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selectionsof I
l budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock todayare
r't.. still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogating -
t. our present output closer attention, and have used only the hot of these specially -
good trees from which to bud the tree we are growing for your use in plantingyour

t- grove. .
t All government tests have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
and Prof Pomeroy. have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded '
from tested trees can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

grower, when so treated.If .

you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way,
i is to use OCKLA"T AHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, _
For your convenience we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-

t ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our
1I agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
I trees before you buy them as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit
pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.

For Catalog address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. 1.'. CONNER, Proprietor,

Tangerine, Florida.

producing trees of quality Fr nit can be produced only from Ocklawaha G. G. Wright, Agt., No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg.
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac-

tured, and it takes time to do it-its preci ous. Do it NOW. Orlando, Florida

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FORTY GERMANS: VOLUNTARILY ville, Ocala, Brooksville and'touching i W. O. W. PROGRAM FOR JULY er large cities. Everybody joins '.

SURRENDERED the gulf at Tarpon Springs. At Tar- :' 3.1 AND 5 IS COMPLETEDThe hands and tangoes. Whether they I SPRAYINGFor

pon Springs the tentative road is out- j know how or not, they soon learn.
Paris.The dead of German
soldier the other day body was the a indirect lined through Sarasota and Braden- | W. O. W. entertainment com- The dance is free and all are cordially White Fly and Scale spray with Schnarr's In-

cause of forty Germans surrenderingin town, and far south as Arcadia. The !I mittee has competed the program for invited to come and bring their secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other :Mites

northern France. The German and proposed return route lies along lines the "log rolling" on July 3, 4 and 5. friends. infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
3, is to be of
Saturday July one Compound.
French trenches were only some thir- connecting;: Bartow, Winter Haven, I
: pleasure and profit to the hundredsof Guests registering at the San Juan These two will mix perfectly and two sprayings
and dead German
ty yards apart a Kissimmee, Orlando, Daytona, St. Au-
lay between them, unburied, for sev- gustine and Jacksonville.-Tampa I visitor that will be in the city on hotel' yesterday included :M. Smith, can be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
that day. There will be reduced rates insure clean trees and bright fruit.
eral days. Finally at night, three Tribune. I Chas. W. Smith, P. S. DeVilbins,Jack
on all trains for the occasion. The Nothing: better nothing more effective, and nothing:
Frenchmen the
decided to bury German -
sonville James M. Roseff, New York
; ; the market. Get the habit
had merchants have signified their inten- cheaper on of spraying and
and they crawled out. They
KAISER IX PERSONAL CHARGE tion to put on special sales, while V. V. Sharpe, L. Lovkey, II. B. Good- you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Orlando .
not far when the German snipers -
gone OF TilE DESIGN there will be numerous and ,various rich, W. IIatfeltz, II. O. Adams, II.
got busy and the Frenchmen kinds of amusements, principally Ludgeas, Tampa; A. Sauerwault, Phil-
scampered back. The threw a stone, J. SCHNARR & CO. Manufacturers
though into the German trench witha TIotterdam.-According to a Ger- among which will be a ball game in adelphia; W. H. Hart, Chicago; F. D.
man newspaper just received here,the the afternoon and a special programat Gonzalez, Sanford; C. C. Hudson,Day- ,
note wrapped around it, saying thatif
Kaiser, hearing that a memorial to the Roof Garden where at nine tona; Lewis Willis, St. Louis; J. Ros- FloridaOsteopathy
the Germans did not bury their
both French and German soldiers fall- o'clock the famous Willie Goat of the enblossom, Baltimore; A. II. IcIni -
dead, the French would.
en in the war was to be erected in St. i Woodmen will be presented to the i tyie, Dunedin. I
"If that's all you want, we will
Quentin, a French city now inside the i holder of the 'lucky number. At ten I --- .-
come and help you, wrote back the
German lines, took personal charge of o'clock the races and exhibition of I
Germans. Soon there were ten unarmed -
the design, for which Prof. Wand- fancy and trick skating will be held. CIIMiH MtitHMIIIttlMIIMHIIIIIIIMMMIMMiMtCtliHaCMIQilillllil
Frenchmen and ten unarmed
schaelder, of Charlottenburg, had No admission will be charged; no fee I
Germans digging a grave. Just thena
been employed by the committee. Half will be of the
I required to enter any
French shell burst nearby and in
the cost of erection of the monumentwas contests. The public is cordially invited -
the excitement to get away, a Germanran
to be borne by the city. and some pretty races with
into the French trench. He was
The Kaiser went from his headquarters close finishes
are promised.
made prisoner and said if his captors
would to St. Quentin as soon as he Sunday, July 4, will witness the unveiling -
allow him to go to his trenchhe
heard what was going on, to view the of fbur monuments to deceased -
would fetch some of his fellows.
designs submitted. lie found them members. Music will be furnished -
Sure enough, forty Germans crawledto
all unsatisfactory, as he wanted the Orlando band
something by and a talented -
the French trench and surren'dered.TWO
richer, and indicated that the orator will deliver the memorial I
monument should be an open Etruscan address.
MANATEE TOWNS TO JOIN temple hall, with a memorial wall Monday will be the big day of the I .
ROADS FIGHT bearing the names of the dead and sports. A big basket picnic at Joy- I

two soldiers' figures as guards of land will be held, where swimming, I
Advices were received yesterday an- honor. dancing and boating will be the or- II II I
nouncing that Bradentown and Sara- The Kaiser made two sketches expressing der. There will be exhibitions in I
sota will be represented by good road his idea and sent them to fancy diving, races in swimming, tub II I I
advocates at the meeting scheduled to Prof. Wandschaelder, stipulating, races, canoe races, running races and
be held in Orlando June 10. A | Dr. W. M. Harper Dr. Josephine Harper
strong however, that he need not, so far as prize dancing. Music will be fur- I ; ,
fight will be made for a western route.A details concerned feel
were himselfin nished by McIntosh's orchestra. At
large stack of correspondence is the least tied down to the model. 8:30 p. m. the big masquerade ball I
accumulating at the board of trade will be held on Orange avenue. This I PIONEER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS OF SOUTH FLORIDAI
from good road advocates all along An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a dance will be like the masked dances
the line from Lake City to Arcadia. safe investment. I
held in New Orleans, Tampa and oth-
They have mapped out tentative I
routes. One of them is strongly in i
favor of a "Tamiam Trail," a road I
from Tampa to Miami, as a part of

the The Dixie most highway.generally accepted plan.. NOTICE! i I 10 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IN ORLANDO jj

however, is for a road extending from I

Lake City southward through Gaines-I. We have a car of Calahan A Brand Fancy Clipped !

Oats and a car of Shorts and Bran which ue will sell

at low prices lor cash at the cars S. A. L. siding between -

C l llial Hill Central Avenue and Pine Street Must\ be closed Dr. Josephine Harper, only lady

out by Wednesday night. First come first served. This

stock is fresh, direct from mill. Osteopath in Orlando, makes a

You hear about Colonial -

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You read about Colo-
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nial Hills. and Children. Consultation and

You talk about Colo- -

nial Hills. examination Free.

Sooner or later you

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S. I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Orlando, Florida.
; estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., .
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A SALE EVERY DAY IN JUNE! Isn't it typical o' this
Store of original ideas?

0 "r The Big Store is The Store ahead that does just the right thing

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

: provide the things needed to make the Summer months comfottable.A .




; W5P:% Featuring different Bargains daily. This will be the

- greatest Bargain event known in the buying experience -


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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.


CHINA DINNER SET. 74 pieces, LADIES' GAUZE VESTS, regular 15c. qual- 10c
three patterns to select from, beautifully ity,June Sale priceLADIES' ____________________ Royal Society and Princess Floss, all colors, ;
decorated, regular price, $23.98, June Sale$11. 99 TRIMMED HATS, all new, late colors, June Sale price, per dozen _______ 19 C !
price ---------------- ------- ------ ,June sale
styles, values up to $5.00 price TOWELS, Hemmed, huck, size 17x34, 121hc
MATTING RUGS, size 36x72, splendid line ONE LOT MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS, quality, June Sale price, per dozen_______ 85 CONE
Sal:price patterns_,_l limit_one to_a_customer_ ,_June Z o*/*C values up to$5.00,June Sale price ----.--- $Z.Co LOT EMBROIDERIES, in Edges,
---- ----- ------- ----
,. Band, Insertions and Galoons, values up P*
LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES, made of Ging- ONE OXFORDS LOT LADIES, values SHOES up to $5.00 PUMPS, June Sale 25c., June Sale price ______________-__ oC 1; ;
ham and Percales, all sizes, $1.00 value, P-Q priceCHIFFON $2.00
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June Sale price -------------------------C

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j TAFFETA, a beautiful soft finish witha
| STARTLING SILK PRICESSILK inches wide, all the I
high sheen 36 new
ONE LOT SILKS, consits Messeline, Foul-
shades, $1.50 quality, June Sale Price $1.19
POPLINS, full wide wide in black and fancy ards, Taffeta and Silk Crepes, worth up
colors, $1.25 qualiy, June Sale Price -__________S9c CHIFFON TAFFETA SILK, none better, fine soft to $1.50, Special to clean up in our June
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, the best finish, all the new and wanted shades, $1.75 Sale _____
one 50c
you ever -----------------------------
saw for the money, yard wide, soft chiffon quality, June Sale Price ____________________$1.38
finish, $1.25 quality. June Sale Price 1.00
-------- CHINESE SHANTUNG SILKS specially pricedfor
CREPE DE CHINE, 40 inches wide, pure silk, this sale:
black, white and all the wanted shades, $1.50 75c..quality, June Sale Price __________________5Sc SILK CREPES, beautiful patterns in plain
quality, June Sale Price -------------------_$1.19 $1.00 quality, June Sale Price ___________-____Sic and fancy weaves, large line of colors to '
CREPE METIORS, 40 inches wide, a beautiful $1.25 quality, June Sale Price _________________95c select from, worth regular 65c and 75c,
soft shimmering silk with a high radium fin- special to clean up inour June Sale ___25c
ish,black,white and all colors,$2.00 and$2.50 CHINA SILKS, 27 inches wide, in black and fancy; -----
quality, June Sale Price --------------______$1.69 shades, 50c. quality _______________________.,_42c a

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THE DAILY CLIPPINGS AND LOCAL ITEISf an invitation is extended to all
OF' INTEREST ABOUT IIIGII- I| zens, whether members of the citi-I

South Florida SentinelMORNING 'LSSOCI.TIO i zation and assist or not in, boosting to join the for !' THE WIND UP SALE

AND WEEKLY (Continued from page 1) People who sit down and take no partin
r:. GLENN ............ ..........Editor the movement to get this highway
that date.
_.. you on
w C. EFblNGTON .Business Manager 1! for Lakeland should not knock or crit-
-- ---- Very truly )"ours.J. I OF OUR BUSINESS YEAR
-- -- I
icise if it is turned in another direc-
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Flor-
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. Editor Tifton Gazette j tion.-Lakeland Telegram.

D ilr. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 ROUTE THAT BELCHER WILL Pinellas will be well represented at
Daily. 6 Months ...................... .50 I the Dixie highway meeting to be heldin ..,
?- Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 ENDORSEMiami WILL CONTINUE: FOR TEN DAYS
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .** Fla. Orlando, June 10. St. Petersburg,
--- Chamber of Commerce, Orlando Clearwater, and other county towns This is also a Pre-imentory Sale. Our books close July' l>t. Our stocks must be reduced to
Weekly. 1_Year_ ..:::.:.:.:..:..:..:-......... .._$1.00 Sorry that I can not attend jour will have representatives there.- their lowest ebb and our price reductions should do it. TEN: DAYS is the allotted time. Dare :you
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN meeting on the 10th. I will endorseas Clearwater Sun. miss this .
ADVANCETO exceptional opportunity ? EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED. Thee are just a

the western Lake or central Gainesville route the, I>ELEG.TESnnI'I G LAST few of our emphatic Reductions. ,*\
ADVERTISERS: following: City,
Ocala Leesburg, Orlando, Kissimmee : NIGHT
Copy for display and all other hand-.rt I to Melbourne on the East Coast.S. Among the delegates to the Central I READY-TO-WEAR
idTrrtlftinr west be hand i ia at the business ; A. BELCHER.SUttANEE Highway Association arriving last EMBROIDERIES AND LACESAre
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ID.io evening and registering at the San
the day before publication. This rule applies Juan G. \Yo Tallahassee LADIES SUITS
t to chances for contract advertising: it is COUNTY PLEDGES TO were ; extremely fashionable but their beingso
C. W. Elliott Palatka Wm. S. Maxwell
Invariable and will be strictly.adhered to. BUILD ROADS ; -
-- -- --- --- Live Oak Fla. :Melbourne; Fred A. French, C. much in demand will not deter us from None must be taken into stock.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dfccontinued L.. Kegerreis, West Palm Beach J.
Mr. Chas. P. Dow, President Orlando ; IN SILliS-
should notify the office in writing on putting the knife into them deep.
II. Knight Boynton E. F. Bowers
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be Board of Trade Orlando, Fla.: Mr. and Mrs.; G. Regular S2250. Sale ___________________$16.46
continued at the regular subscription rates I am sorry can not be with you to- Jupiter; Singleton, We quote a few specials, 27 in. Flouncings Regular $_5.00, Sale __________________$17.64

Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...received................... */ lorrow. Our board of county com- son F. N, Ocala"Varn; Fort Fred Meade W. Kettle; J. K., P.Dick-C. Regular 65c.; and 75c., Sale ______4Sc Regular $;;).OO, Sale _________.:________$2340
missioners already pledged themselvesto L. Jackson- Regular S39.50, Sale __________________$:!t.-I6 '
Cassidy, O Anderson 45 in. Swiss Batiste embroidered
build road in this county and am pat- "
IN \, 001..SReJ'Ular$18.50.
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915. ville. .
forwarding you papers.W.. J.. HILLMAN.YALDOSTA terns, in lengths of 5 yards. Sale ___________________$14.43 t
Regular values, $8.75, $9.75 to Regular $22.**, Sale __________- ---____$15.46
They'll feast tomorrow. NOTICE TO GOOD RODS Regular $:;}.OO, Sale___________________517.40(
0 MAN WILL BE HERE BOOSTERS for __________________$.1.96
Tifton Ga. June 8. 1915. Regular $4000, Sale __________________$24.40
Hats off to the good roads boosters. Mr. Chas. P. Dow, President Board of Special chicken luncheon, 35; cents, 2000 yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges PALM: REACH SUITS-

Trade, Orlando, Fla.: at the Cornish Tea Room, on Orange values Regular S7.50. Sale_____________________$496
o Dear Sir:-Your telegram of the avenue south of YowellDuckworthCo.'s and insertions, all widths, up to 35c.a Regular ?12:: .50. Sale ____________________$9. Welcome, Central Florida Highway 7th inviting me to attend a meetingof home cooking.store. Prompt Room for service.sixty All yard. PALM: BE.CHIOTOH: COATS-

Association'o! the Central Florida Highway As- ple. This is a special luncheon peo-for 5 yards. for _____46c., or lOc. a yard 1 Regular $12.50, Sale ___________________$9.96
sociation the 10th inst., just re-
the the Central
visiting delegates to
The sweet girl graduate has arrived ceived.I Florida Highway Association. Other lines equally price facinating. Regular 1250. Sale ___________________$9.90
and is ready to settle any perplexing would be very glad to attend this 6-10-ltc Regular $14.50, Sale ___________________$10.40
questions that you may wish solved. meeting, but am compelled to be in I WAISTSIn
o Atlanta at a very important stock-
And tomorrow it will be the Florida holders meeting on the 10th inst., ADDITIONAL SOCIETY de Chene, SALE OF MILLINERYTRIMMED
voiles, Organdies, Crepe
Citrus Exchange--two conventions in which will prevent my being with you
Orlando in one week is the proper on that date. (Continued from page 5) Georgette Crepe, Pussy Willow. Taffetas. : : AND UNTRIMMED: : HATS
spirit. Mr. J. L. Herring, president of the nently identified with the Civic
o National Dixie Highway Association, League of that city, is visiting in Ar- DIMITY JED SPREADS The strict" policy of the store" must be
and also I hope Mr. Ashley, of the cadia, and is the delightful guest of
.. There is a time for everything and adhered to--"Nothing carried over from
Valdosta chamber of commerce, will her sister Mrs. F. II. Horton, at the
for hot weather.
now is the time for every one, irrespective attend this meeting. The ideal covering one season" : to another." Thee: prices
Southern hotel. Arcadia News.
stand by of the party president or anything and el-by*?,the to We are greatly interested in your I I --0- White, Regular $1.33, Sale ____$1.05; should make a complete clearance.

'.. nation.If association in making connection with Mr. and Mrs.V.. :\1. Slemons enter- White, Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.23 Every trimmed hat in the store at one
the national Lake
highway at Citj' tained at dinner last evening in honorof
o We believe that Hamilton county will Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Arnold of Riverside White, Regular $1.75. Sale _____$1.43 of three prices.
you own, or can steal or borrowan vote the bond issue on the 15th inst., Jacksonville, who are here to Sale No. 1, Values up to $5.00; ___________!93c>
White Regular $2.00, _____$1.53
automobile have it at the court for the purpose of completing a highway attend the wedding of their son, J. S. No. 2. Values up to $7.50 ________S2.9S

house will today be needed at 4 o'clock.for the At trip.least Good 100 through that county and in this Arnold, Jr., and Miss Antoinette White, Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.93 No. 3. Values up to $20.00 ________$-1.98Every
cars the national will be the
event highway Slemons. The two families were seat- Sale ____ 2.-13
Roads Boosters do not come to Or- shortest and most practical route ed at the table, including Mrs. Richard White, Regular, $3.00, $ untrimmed shape in the store at
lando every day-consequentlj it is from Macon to Jacksonville. P. Marks of Jacksonville eldest Colored Stripes- one of four prices.No. .

up to every business man Hoard in of Orlando Trade, Regretting that I can not be with daughter:: of Mr. and Mrs. Slemons, Regular $1.75), Sale ___________$1.30 1. Values up to $1.25; ___________50c
and especially
every and with best wishes for
you, a suc- and Mrs. E. L. of making
Taylor Tampa, -
No. 2 Values to __________
member, to stay right on the job cessful I ______ up $2.50 $1.00
meeting, am, a merry part, twelve in number, Regular $2.90, Sale__ __ $2.46
every minute today, shake hands with Yours very truly, who enjoyed the four course dinner.0 No. :3. Values up to $1.00 ________$1.73 .
the visitors and co-operate with the II. II. TIFT. Regular $3.50, Sale ___________$2.96 No. 4. Values up to $8.50 -________$3.73
Board of Trade committees. Miss Jeannet Ilalstead, of Orlando
o WHAT )MOULTRIE GA., THINKS is spending a short while in this city
DIXIE HIGHWAY MUCH DIS- ABOUT IT before leaving for Philadelphia, Pa, TABLE LINENA
CUSSED :Moultrie Ga., June 7,-The execu- where she will remain for the summer READYTOVEAR\
Tampa Times: Bradentown and tive committee of the Georgia-Florida .--Jacksonville Metropolis. department without a Regular $1.00, Sale ______86c
Sarasota are anxious to get on the Highway Association met in Moultrie rival. We ask for a compariRegular $1.15, Sale ______98conthat's
line of West Coast highway and today and decided to build a great
a i -0-
they like the idea of one that will be Georgia-Florida central highway, connecting I Miss Sebelle Smith of Orlando, arrived LINGERIE DRESSESin all. Regular $1.50, Sale ____$1.26
strictly a West Coast road and not with the National highway at in Plant City Friday and will Regular 50c. Sale________36c Regular $1.75, Sale ____$1.46
an East Coast road miscalled a West Tifton and the Dixie highway at Albany spend some time here as the guest of Silks, Linen, Batistes, Or- Regular 75c., Sale ______56c Regular $2.00, Sale ____$1.56
Coast highway. They called Secretary converging these great roads at her sister, Mrs. Robert Morgan. gandies. None must be taken Regular 85c., Sale_______GGc Regular $2.50, Sale ____$1.96
Dickie of the board of trade this Moultrie, running thence to Quitman, Plant City Courier.
morning and promised that delegates Madison, Gainesville, Ocala, and on into stock. PURE LINEN NAPKINS, per Dozen
from both cities would be present at to either Leesburg or Sumterville, Muslin: Lingerie Dresses
the Orlando meeting Thursday. thence diverging, one prong going to WRONG IDEA CONVEYEDThe Regular $7.50, Sale ____$4.46 Regular $1.25, Sale ___96c Regular $2.00, Sale __$1.56

They also told Mr. Dickie that Ed. Tampa and the other either to Orlan- Sentinel in making the an- Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Regular $1.50, Sale __$1.2G Up to $10.00, Sale ___$7.9G
Scott of Arcadia had not jet been .do or Kissimmee, thus giving Floridaa
able to obtain the consent of the Con- great central highway into which all nouncement in Tuesday morning's issue Linen Drese
solidated Land company to build abridge the peninsular can graft, and makean under the heading of "No Director" Regular __7.50, Sale ___$,1.46
the Kissimmee river run into either the National for the Mendelssohn Club, did so
across easy Regular $12.50, Sale ___$7.96 Wash GoodsTHESE
just north of Lake Okeechobee. As highway at Tifton for New York and not realizing it cast anv reflection
Lee county has stated that it is not Toronto, or into the Dixie highway at upon Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. On I Silk Dresses
yet in shape to build the thirty or Albany for Chicago and the Middle the contrary. we learn since the pub- Poplins, Crepe de Chine, ARE SPECIALS
miles that will be if West. lication of the article that Mr. Carr INWHITES
more necessary Radium etc. etc.
and his work as musical director of AND COLORS
there is road south of the big lake
a Sale ____$3.96;:;
things begin to look discouraging for LEE COUNTY COMMISSIONERSON the club was spoken of in the highest Regular $8.75, 1500 yards Lawns and Ba tistes and Crepes, 27-30in
that end of the route reaching :Miamiat : DECK terms by the Hon. J. M. Cheney, the Regular $16.50, S ;e9.9G
this,; time. It rather begins to lookas Messrs. R. G. Collier and W. S. Tur- retiring president and its members EXTRA SPEC: _XL INUNDERWEAR Values up to 15c.6 yards for 59c; 8 yards for 78c
if Tampa would have to assent to a ner, county commissioners of Lee at that meeting, and no director could 2500 yards Voiles, Organdies, Marquesettes, etc, 36-40 in
plan to reach the West Coast at Melbourne count, arrived in Orlando yesterday be engaged until there is a meeting of Whites and Floral effects, values up to 35c.: .
by branching off from the afternoon from Fort Mjers to attend the new board. 2 dozen fine Muslin Combinations 5 yards for $1.16: 6 yards for $1.36
Central Florida highway at Orlandoor the meeting of the Central Highway
Kissimmee, though just who is to Association which convenes today. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 2000 yards Organdies, Voiles, Crepes, etc., etc., 36-42 in., .
build that section of the road is not They are making their headquartersat $1.50 to $3.00 at /_ price in white and colors, values up to 75c. yard.
clearly shown. the San Juan hotel. See Special Table Underwear. 5 yards for $2.46Ibsen's
Tampa has not asked for a thing as WANTED-Horse to take care of for
., yet and wouldn't if it were possibleto MANY FROM LAKELAND balance of summer, for his feed and
put a road down the center of the A strong delegation from the Lake- small rent. Address "Horse," care I I
state and across to Miami. This, land chamber of commerce will go up Sentinel. 6-10-lt : Furnishings
however seems to be impossible or at to Orlando Thursday to attend the
least the southern part of it, so thereis meeting of the Central Highway As- WANTED-A second hand buggy, or PALM BEACH SUITS
a growing disposition among the sociation. In addition to those who two wheels and axle, must be cheap. iARTSGHAFFNERfic[ { MARX CLOTHING
Tampa delegates to point out that a have been specifically designated by Address "Buggy," care Sentinel. Regular $6.00 Suits for -______$4.90
road down the West Coast from Ocalato the chamber to gop on this business, 6-10-lt
Brooks\ille_ to Tarpon Springs to NEED NO EULOGIES-TOO WELL KNOWN-NOTE Regular $8.00 Suits for -______$6.50

Tampa, to Lakeland to Bartow THESE REDUCTIONS: Regular $8.50 Suits for ______$6.90
would not be a bad thing, and has the EVERY $20.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$1-.75; -

pletion advantage right of being now. very This close would to com-put WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ? I EVERY $22.30 SUIT FOR . . . . .$13.75 Regular $10.00 Suits for -_____$7.50

Tampa directly on the map and would EVERY $25.00 SUIT FOR . . . . .$17.75; PALM: BEACH TROUSERS
not be a bad thing for any other To Our Customers EVERY $30.00 SLIT FOR . . . . .$19.75

town.county One from could Bartow strike or south east to across Lee Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in BOYS' SUITS Regular $3.00 for -------_____$2.50WORSTED

the state through Orlando to the East soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre THE FAMOUS: "RIGHT POSTURE" MAKE. TROUSERS

Coast.The Tampa delegates to the Orlan- same size. REGULAR $6.00 SUITS FOR . . . . .S4.23;

do meeting gathered in the board of Do you use Aluminium Ware? REGULAR SS.OO SUITS FOR . . . . 5.00; Made from fine grades of Botany and

trade rooms this afternoon to discuss See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and REGULAR $10.00 SUITS FOR . . . . $6.00 Merino Wools, newest styles.
their attitude. Gold Dishes. All the above will bP criven absolutely
free. BOYS' PANTS Regular $4.00 for ------______$2.90

WESTERN ROUTE OF THE DIXIE CallFINLEY'S REGULAR $1.50 FOR . . . . . .$L10 Regular $5.00 for ------______$3.75

: HIGHWAY IS GETTING I PIONEER REGULAR $2.00 FOR . . . . . 31.20 Regular $6.00 for -----_______$4.75

SUI'I'OHTJacksonvi11e REGULAR $2.50 FOR . . . . . .$1.75
Times-Union At the i I! and see our Premium Table. Regular $7.00 for ----________$ ,25IEX'S
meeting yesterday afternoon of the
good roads committee of the Jackson- 'I I Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 671 I
ville chamber of commerce a hearty STRAW
endorsement was given the plan of .
West Coast counties and cities of Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords,

Florida to have a route of the Dixie Straw Hat in the store reduced. Note $3.50 for _______$2.90
highway to Miami, it being agreed
that at the meeting tomorrow in Or- f these drops and take advantage. Tan Kid Oxfords ,$4.00 for ___$3.25

lando point a between selection Tallahassee be made of and a definite Jacksonville I EVERY $2.00 STRAW FOR . . . ..SI.50I White Canvas Oxfords, $3.50

at which the route should be I EVERY $2.50; STRAW FOR . . . $1.75 for ______________________ $3.25
detoured to the southwest.In EXCEPTIONAL OFFER EVERY $3.00 STRAW FOR . . . $1.90 Gun Metal Tan Oxfords, $4.00

this connection resolution was EVERY Sl.OO STRAW FOR . . . S2.75
adopted that the Jacksonville cham- for _______________ $3.90
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ber of commerce stands for the building I EVERY $ .00 STRAW FOR . . . $3.75
of good roads between all
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in the state of Florida and further :MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS OXFORD SHOES FOR MEN
that thi organization wire G. \\ I I Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne ONE: LOT Pure Linen, Hemmed Stitched

Saxon and S. A. Belcher urging themto EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE FOR 25c., FOR .ISc Black and Tan Kid Oxfords, $5
be present at the Orlando meeting!
and their good offices for the with SPECIALS for $3.25
use con- plenty of Foliageand ----------------------
struction of the proposed route. and Gun Metal Tan Russia Ox-
EerdaO during the sale we will put on an
also that a COP of the resolution be *
sent to the Tampa board of trade.A Trees. "EXTRA SPECIAL" item. fords, $5.00 for -------------$3.90

WATCH THE WINDOWS! Gun Metal and Tan Russia Ox-
MEN'S: AND BOYS' RAINCOATSBOYS. fords, $6.00 for -----------$4.90

By W. S. Branch Price $2000.00C. REGULAR $4.00 FOR . . . .$3.23; Black and Tan Kid Oxfords,
This is the day to mow the lawn
cut the weeds hoe out the flower and :MEN'S, REGULAR S6.30; FOR . . $3.40 $6.50 for -----------------S3.25

vegetable garden, rake the rubbish :MEN'S REGULAR S8.30 FOR . . . .SG.90 Gun Metal and Tan Russia Calf

from the back yard, and put your MEN'S: REGULAR $12.30 FOR . . . .$9.90 Oxfords for
home and surroundings in shape to I $6.50 :---------$5.25
receive the hundreds of visitors who A. HOVEY
will be with us today and tomorrow.Let .
not the title "City Beautiful" or IJicl son-Ives CO."ORLA
"Spotless Town" be a misnomer be- <
cause of carelessness or tack of energy .
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I ( rlattto J nttrty GRAND TO-DAY I BUTT'SAnnounce

Extra! Extra! the opening today of our

SOCIAL CALENDAR The happy couple left Orlando on LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE under
he A. C. L at 2:43 yesterday for ,

Thursday June 10. their future home in Halifax, Nova
Marriage of Miss Antoinette Slemons Scotia. On the bridal trip they will II II Mr. J. J. McCranie.
o'clock. d Pittsburgh, New York, and
0 to J. S. Arnold, Jr., 8:30 stop
Slemons-Ainold wedding reception at ther large cities. Miss llarlur-
8 p. m. phy, while residing in Orlando, has SPECIAL PARTY CATERING
Golf, Country Club. made numbers of friends who regretto
Kil hostess.Kare Klub, Mrs E. II. Westover I lose her from-their 0I circle. w9\4-v i iH f'11a

Friday June 11. I SLE\IQXS-ARXOLD. ; at 3:30LET'S
The Younger Matrons Card Club,Mrs. A marriage in which a cordial in- 1 ; Open Sunday's

Clarence G. Brown hostess, Roof terest is felt by the Sanford friendsof is
Garden, 3:30 o'clock. the bride-elect is that of :Miss: An-
Saturday, June 12 toinette Slemons, of Orlando, and Mr.
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. W. C. John Skillman Arnold of Jacksonville 4 v'I MEET AT BUTT'SHIGH
Essington hostess. which will occur at Orlando Thursday
evening, June 10. Miss Slemons is
PARTY well known in Sanford and has many-
PRETTY here who wish her bon voyageion
friends ..
YESTERDAY.In compliment. to their daughter, the sea of matrimony. The wedding I --- ; r;= .. .. .. ,0.... .. :[ :;
be beau-
and Mrs W. I:. arrangements very -z
lIisslabeI1e, lion.
yesterday after tiful and the reception to follow at III U un
O'Neal entertained
' noon at their beautiful home, "Three the home of the bride will be a large \\'k r
and elaborate affair. Both young people -

. Pines tractive The,"entire on home Lake was lower Cherokee.thrown floor open of the to theguests at- Sanford are Herald.S. popular. society favorites.- r __. )= ;1tt \\ n

and in the old fashioned gar- -o- THE RUTTERftY >> : I
den fortable at the chairs rear were where arranged the girls com-in YESTERDAY.Tuesday V'S"A bi&ade; I U

their summery frocks made an artistic school held a the picnic Lake at the Dot west Sunday end Big Do

picture. of Concord Lake. A pleasant day was
B. Brodwater
Mrs.: Thos.
at the door, and besides the honoree' spent by about 40 young and old who
Miss indulged in bathing, foot races, etc. "The Brachaids"In
and Mrs. O'Neal, Mrs. Mallory I : ( -
Ray, Mrs. Richard Marks and Miss Mr. Sweet, a man 84 years young, m:
Mary Branham greeted the guests.At took part in one foot race with a fat
At the table was spread
five-thirty tea was served, tables woman. noon
being arranged on the breakfast with many good things too numerousto their pleasing act direct from the Keith Circuit
porch, and in the library, besides the mention. Mr. W. W. Wells is the I IX HER ADMIRATION
and he has worked
main table in the dining room, where superintendent, Film Presents It from being used to admir-
the honoree and today's bride, Miss hard to build up the Sunday school, Corporation comes 0
Slemons, and eighteen others were and to him and his wife is due much THE ing beautiful things in the shape of
seated. This was laid with exquisite of the pleasure of the day. BUTTERFLY" cut glass from our emporium. We .

hand crocheted doilies, the centerpiece force this habit on all the ladies be-
wrought silver THE CIVIC LEAGUEAT
being an elaborately and I ARCADIA. cause of the remarkable specimenswe
filled with white daisies as-
vase Barbara TennentAn
paragus fern. At either end were I The civic league had an interesting Featuring put before them. They also appreciate k

vases of "black-eyed susans." A salad I meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrs. exceptional Five-Reel Feature our prices because: they are j
course consisting of aspic jelly, cheese T. T. Fuller, president of the Civic ,
balls, hot buttered rolls, preservedfigs League. of Orlando told what, made their a league splendidtalk. is This is the FIRST and ONLY Feature Photoplay that has ever been so
olives, salted nuts and iced tea, She
followed doing to beautify and improve their I ALLEN & CO. JEiYELER&
was served, and this was by "MADE IN ORLANDO"A ,
Neapolitan ice cream, angel food city and how the city council co-op- I ; dI
erated with them in way.-Ar- .i e
cake, bon bons and mints. ....
Miss O'Neal leaves on Monday for i cadia News.SOCIETY great many Orlando people were used in the making of .- -- -

Ohio where she will visit until July.At -0- this production.
NOTES I'itcarn Floor Spar. Valentine ValsparI'ATTOS'S
. that time she will go to Chautau- -=
New York, and take one of the OF INTEREST. n -
qua many summer courses of study at this Clay Springs will be the liveliest You can't afford to miss this Show t
famous place of learning. She will place in the county all next week, for a Yi y 1 SUN PROOF PAINT 1
ittIISN __ __
the Young Presbyters and their J girlfriends
the at Rollins dur- I,
p be one of faculty -----
ing the coming year and her many have made all arrangements 10 Cents 20 Cents
Orlando Paint & Wall Co
friends were happy to have such a to spend the annual outing there. The I Paper
of extending Young Presbyters are Mr. YowelFs
pleasant opportunity
number' 205 S. Orange Avenue
good wishes. Sunday school class and they
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Those enjoying this delightful af- about 25. Some fifteen of them and f the-
fair, designated by the hostess as an I as many girls, with Mrs.: L. R. Mul- I will be one attendants at the Phone 261.
'old fashioned tea party," were Misses I holland as chaperon, will be present, 1 I Jraham-IJowyer wedding, which will
Antoinette and Sarah Slemons, and they have secured both cottager be solemnized Tuesday evening at the ----- -----
crowd. There ROOf GARDEN[ First: Christian: church.-Jacksonville
accommodate the
Irs. Richard Marks of Jacksonville, to Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor Varnish
Mrs. J. S. Arnold of Riverside, Jacksonville I will be dancing, bathing, boating, and :.Metropolis.Mrs. Patton's Velumina the Modern Wall
Mesdames Essington, Rush, fishing, and they all expect to have -0--
Magruder, Jr., LeRoy Giles, Christ, the "time of their lives." J. T. Fuller a charming ma- Finish.
Starbuck, Donald and Joseph Cheney, -- tron of Orlando and who is. promi- VITKALITE, the long life Enamel .|
Beardall, Weathersby, Hudson and Mr. R. P. Marks, accompanied by (Continued on page -1. COLEMAN & RHAN *
Misses Mary Guernsey, Eliza and Mr. and Mrs. S. Marks, Miss Annie TODAY

Alta Wright, Helen War-low Mary Begjrs, and Miss Minna Fralei h. of ,.. i j ji
will arrive in Orlando
Robinson, Sue Majrruder, Berta Madison today .
Branch, May Sloan, Mamie McQua- to attend the wedding this evening of
ters, Milly and Lillian Smith, Leona Miss Antoinette Slemons andIr.. AH\"u
Benner, Ethel and Marguerite Robertson John Skillman Arnold Jr., of Jack- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Jean Person, Mary Holt, Hattie sonville. lIr.Iarks will be the guestof A comedy, complete in two _
Hudson, Marion Groves. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons the
-0- rest of the party will be entertainedby parts. A scream from start to
PRETTY WEDDING :Mrs. J. D. Beggs at her Orange Established 1886

EAST APOPKA. avenue home. finish. Do not miss this show. I
of Mr. and Mrs. James -
The home Miss the and
I Mary Holley popular
E. Hickson, in East Apopka was the -
efficient domestic science teacher at
scene of a quiet but pretty wedding' the Cathedral school left yesterday CURTIS & O'NEAL '
Monday morning at eleven o'clock, I A DAY AT SAN DIEGO FAIR
: for her home in Michigan. She is accompanied -
June 7th, when their daughter, Ethel,
by her friend. Miss Helen
became the bride of Mr. John Albert A comedy in one part.
Teeple, who has been visiting here for :
Jackson, Rev. C. T. Douglas, of Win- I
the month. will Miss
past They join
. ter Park, officiating. Shepherd, also a Cathedral teacher, in : INSURANCE LOANS
The lower floor of the residencewas
Savannah, and return to their homes
decorated with ferns and cut "DESTINY'S TRUMP I
via New York and Niagara Falls.0 .
flowers. Miss Mattie Mae Williford i
presided at the piano, and to the One of the sweetest- -- and most at- A drama in one part. i ii REAL ESTATE RENTALS
strains of the wedding march the i
tractive who have hon-
young women
bridal entered the living room I
party -
ored Orlando with their presence this
where the was performed.The
ceremony season is Miss Stella Fox, who left
bride wore a traveling suit of A VERY GOOD BILL
yesterday afternoon the Atlantic |
French blue poplin with hat to match
Coast Line for her home inIt.. Car-
and carried an arm bouquet of ferns mel, Pa.. after a delightful visit to I :'
with streamers
bride long
and roses -
her cousin, Mrs. E.
G. Hauselt, at the
of white satin ribbon. Summerlin.Miss I I A Mans Straw Hat given away ,
The contracting parties left imme-
diately after the ceremony for Jacksonville -0-- at nine o'clock tonight. !II
Mary Allen, of Orlando, is For Sale
which will
from place they
the house guest of Mrs. A. T. Race, at
go by steamer to Baltimore. From her home in Riverside. Miss Allen I II
there they go to Leesburg, Virginia,
to make their home for the remainderof (Continued in fourth column)
the summer. I 10 cents 5 cents I House eight rooms. Lot 653%x167. Price

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HAPPY YESTERDAY.The WEDDING. Admission Free until 6.30 $4500.00. A bargain.DON'T .
social event of yesterday was FAVORTE THEATRE | p.m.BUTT'S

the Conoley-Murphy wedding which I
occurred at St. James Catholic churchat Open 2 and
p. m. 6:30
p. nu
8 o'clock a. m., before an audienceof
friends and relatives. Father Fox Admission 5 CentsTODAY'S
performed the ceremony. The churchwas -
simply but beautifully decoratedin I :;

green and white. The charming .. . . . . . \
bride is the sister of Mrs. Sylvester -;
Mayer and the groom is a risingyoung ; PROGRAMPrincess. I
business man of his home city. I "Across the Way." I
Mrs. Sylvester Mayer was the matron Reliance "The Chinese LotteryRoyal. ." I SWAT THE FLY !
of honor and Mr. Mayer was best I "Love's Way. TODAY .
"The Toy Shop.
. man. I Princess., I

BOOSTER SPECIAL I Screen your home with our galvanized :

15 cents wire cloth at moderate cost. :

I Ii This will effectively keep out flies, )

To reduce our stock as much as PEACH I i gnats, mosquitoes and other insects 1

much as possible by the 15th, will I and is 1i


give Discount a of 25 Per Cent CHOCOLATE i I THE BEST HEALTH INSURANCE j

off our regular cash price on any VANILLA I IN THE WORLD

goods in store.Hammond. I
II i!

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Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla.

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There have been numerous guestsat Paris.-Before the war only beers GAS Similar work has been done on 'he-

Pine Castle, Fla., June 8.Mr. (From Apopka News) Rossmore Inn this last week, en- purporting to be made in Germany I Lugano, Switzerland.-Perrons com- Austrian frontier, chere the entire region -
J. Slough, of Sorrento, purchased Miss Fegene Allen has been spend- would be here. It is
bought now
w'l joying the boating and the bathing. I ing from Alsace allege that great has been tunnelled and pipe,.. ':n.>
residence property near the ing a few days in Orlando, visiting Among the number were noticed Mr. learned that about one per cent. of j
preparations are being made by the It was at first thought that the
house owned by Mr. E. N. Coy, relatives. and Mrs. Daniels and friends, Mr.\ and the beer consumed in France was pipe
New England and Orlando, and will i Because of the warm weather there Mrs. Hurlburt, Miss Hurlburt Mr. really of German origin. Since the Germans, who are installing pipe lines were for blowing up roads behind ...._
move into it July 1st, or perhaps was only a small gathering at Sunday Hurlburt, Jr., and Miss Warlow, Mrs.L. war began Frenchmen have been :connected with generating stations 20 treating troops, but it is now certain
sooner. Mr. M. Jones is putting the II school this week. F. Brigham, Mrs. V. F. Moody, Mr. drinking the same beers-but under or 30 miles behind the front. All is that they form part of an ram ,o '.
fence in order and the place looks John Pierce and J. W. Davies have I Hill, all of Orlando, and Mr. A. Ad- French names. One kind of trade deceit -i ready it is said, to loose vast volumesof f!scheme for destroyineari'., .tm-c.;':
.: very nice. been putting up tomatoes at Fuller's ams, of Louisville. has perished. poisonous gas when the French ad- :troops by poison gases.
Mrs. Nancy Harris returned Thurs- the past week. !j
day from a visit with relatives at Kis- The Graves brothers have been j - - - - - - - - - - -
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simme. shipping tomatoes for the past two ;
Miss Gladys Griffin, of Kissimmee, weeks. I
is visiting, her aunt, Mrs. Jos. L. Sun- Mr. Wm. and Leslie McCormick':
spent Sunday afternoon with the Kel-I
day.Mrs.. Martha Mills returned Friday loggs. I
from Tampa where she has been visit- The dance Saturday night was well
ing her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Roberts.Dr. attended, and every one had a pleas- Groceries Groceries !
Geo. T. Bennett conducted services ant time.
in the Methodist church at Con- Ralph Schermerhorn has been on i
way Sunday morning.Mr. the sick list for a few days, but is ,
and Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and Mr. improved now. '
and 'Mrs. C. J. Sweet and children I 1 I Mr. Charles Hill, of Orlando, was a .
were recent visitors at the home of :':Clarcona visitor Sunday, spending the
Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Douglas, at Whiter day with Mr. Loveless. GREAT
Park. Mrs. S. Thompson returned to her
Mr. Reed Jones, the invalid son of home at Fort Myers Tuesday, after a
J.Ir.lorris Jones, will shortly be the two weeks' visit with her sister.
recipient of an invalid chair throughthe :Mr.: and Mrs. T. J. Seegar and I
kindness of some of his friends. daughter and Mrs. Robert Seegar, of
This young man, stricken in his youthby Ocoee were Clarcona visitors Sunday. I
spinal trouble, the result of a fall Austin Davis found the mountain I REDUCTION SALE
while exercising in a gymnasium, is life of North Carolina so delightful :
worthy and deserving of much more last summer that he has gone back to ,
attention than perhaps he has received spend another summer there.
since living here. He is appreciative A party was given at the home of
of all kindness and is a Mrs. Pierce last Thursday night in
quiet, patient sufferer, and has been honor of Mrs. Thompson. All reported -
unable to leave his home for sometime a delightful time.
Now, with the aid of the new You can see that R. C. Kellogg has
chair, it is hoped he will be able to go I become fully acclimated, and expectsto We have been in business two years and are going to celebratethe

out doors. Mr. Reed Jones desires, get on the "shady side" since he
event by giving the residents of Orlando and vicinity a chance to
through this medium, to thank each bas built him a new porch.
and every one who contributed to this The county grader unfortunatelyran
Groceries AT LESS THAN COST PRICE. This will be knownas
gift of the chair. He is very much into the corner of the church in buy
touched by this kind thoughtfulness. turning around and broke some of the
the Great Grocery Event in Orlando.
From an old Indian trail to a public parts so that it has been standing idle
automobile driveway is the history of for about a week.J. .
the road which runs through the S. Loveless has just finished SALE WILL BEGIN .
peninsula. Years ago, within the rec- planting five acres of velvet beans.
ollection of our oldest native citizens, His ten acre field of NataLgrass looks
the road was an Indian trail, and now very promising, and will soon be readyto
June 12th .
it furnishes one of the picturesque cut. Saturday Morning

drives of Orange county. The nam- Mr. Wm. Behrens, owner of the
ing of this driveway through the peninsula Highland dairy, has sold his entire
has been spoken of several herd of fine Jersey cattle to aIr.\ AND LAST AN ENTIRE WEEK
times, but nothing definite has ever Baumgarten, of Orlando. Mr. Behrensis
been done, and no name settled upon. in poor health and says he is go-
The peninsula itself' is rich in natural ing to play "Rip Van Winkle" for a Special help will be provided and everyone will receive prompt service

tropical scenery and may some day bea while.A .
handsome residential district. The petition has been circulated and

peninsula Conway, every being lot surrounded on the peninsularuns by Lake signed, asking by every to have tax payer the county in the road district -Ii THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW: OF THE BARGAINS WE OFFER j i j I

from the wide driveway back to clayed from Apopka through Clarconato
Lake Conway, which is noted for its intersect the brick road at Wekiwa. Flour, Lard, Jams, Cream, etc. Canned GoodsPeas
splendid beaches. This driveway The road is in bad condition, and it is
i should be named and the people living hoped that our honorable board of 15 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar ____________$1.00
on it will then be able to give their commissioners will grant this petition. Pillsbury Flour, 24 lb. sack _______________$1.15 18c., now per can ____________________12c
f address. Pillsbury's Flour, 12 lb. sack _______________59c Corn, 3 cans for __________________________25c
Sweet Potatoes 3 for ________________25c
l Quite some while ago a young man, NOTES FROM WINDERMERE Brooms Brooms, Brooms, ____25c., 35c., and 50c
; Lima Beans 3 for ___________________25c
[ a mere youth, according to the age he Snowdrift, Large size, per pail ___________$1.00JAMS cans
f in to Pine Castle off Pork and Beans, 2 large cans ______________25c
gave a Windermere, Fla., June 8.-Mr. J.
train in the dusk of : AND JELLIES Pork and Beans, 3 small cans for _______-.___25c
passing freight C. Palmer and Mr. H. C. Luff
i: one evening and entered the home of last Thursday in Kissimmee on spent busi- Former Prices, 30c. and 35c., Sale Price______20c Herring Roe, 2 large cans for ----__________25c
,. W. M. Hansel. Mr. Hansel walkedout Cod Roe, 2 large cans for __________________25c
into the kitchen and found the ness.Mr. EXTRACTS Shad Roe, 2 large cans for _________________35c
Wm. G. Geier in
t his with I was Apopkalast Lemon, 25c. size for_______________________loc Peaches, 35c. value for ____________________20c
young man filling pockets business.Mr. .
eatables. As Mr. Hansel is the Friday on legal Vanilla, 25c. size for ______________________18c Apricots, 35c. value for ___________________20c
deputy and Mrs. Chas.
r I Lartigue and Pears, 35c. value for ______________________20c
sheriff for this district he promptly t Mrs. Joe CREAM
Mr. and of
Bumby, Orlando,
Pineapples, 25c. value for ___________20c
took the boy to Esquire Hall's of- who spent last Tuesday here fishing, Small size, per dozen cans _________________40c -------
Full Cream Cheese, per pound ______________20c
fice. Here he gave his name as Brent carried home a fine string of fish. Large size, per dozen cans _________________75c Franco-American
i Abbott and said he from Indi- Ready-Made Soups, per doz. 75c
came Mrs. H. C. Luff and Mrs. J. C.
KETCHUP Five pounds of Coffee for _________$1.00
l t ana. He told such -------
a straightforward Palmer motored to Orlando last
; story of being out of work and in a Thursday and spent the day shopping. I 3 bottles, small size for ____________________25c Pillsbury's Wheat Cereal, 2 packages for _____25c I
( starving condition, that he had drifted I i Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ives and fam- Regular 25c. size for ______________________19c Kingan's Hams, per pound -------_________18c

South looking for work, and was .,ily, of Orlando, have taken the H. T.
willing to work at anything for his I j I Brigham cottage for a month, coming
living, that it was decided to give :out last Monday.
a him a chance. Mr. John Keen, one of I Mr. W. L. Moseley' of Gotha, has
i our most respected citizens, offered I.purchased a lot in Windermere and WE WILL GIVE A POTATO BAKER FREE WITH EVERY CASH SALE OF $1.00 OR OVER

.. him a home and work. The boy did has begun the erection of a home onsame.

all right for a while but grew careless' Ii 25 LOS GRANULATED SUGAR FOR $1.25 WILL BE GIVEN GIVEN WITH EVERY
:. and indolent, and though Mr. Keen Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Geier and
still gave him a home, he told him to guests Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Lawrence,
look elsewhere for work. So the boy 1 motored over to Eustis last week.
went around at different places when I Rossmore Inn has purchased a new
he was inclined to work. The last he 7 horse power engine for their launch
had worked was for Mr. P. M. and now have the fastest boat on REMEMBER this Sale lasts ONE SOLID WEEK, but come
Shanibarger and he left the other day Lake Butler.

after having forged Mr. Shanibar- Miss Ruth Pansing left for Jack- early and get first choice.
... ger's name to checks amounting to a sonville last Thursday, where she will
total of $249. Charity? What- visit her sister during the summer.
where--why? Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Lawrence, of

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wigman enter- Cleveland, who have been the guestsof

tained a party of young folks to a Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Geier for the
chicken pilau at their home Thursday last three weeks, returned to their Caruthers & Gore
evening. home in Cleveland, Ohio, last Monday.Mr. \ .
A B. Y. P. U. was organized at the and Mrs. J. E. Vick and daughter -
new Baptist church here Sunday evening ,- Mrs.\ Harris, of Orlando, calledon
and the new society will meet Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer last !
Sunday evening. A good at- ,
tendance is desired. more lamps are placed about the town I i
Pine Castle has eight new street I I and help the board of trade in this !I
lamps. This is a very good start and one of their many plans for improvement ,
: .
we hope private citizens will see that of Pine Castle.

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.J 1.11'1'ber9 I-Ja-t11 ,and lesr 1- PEAS!! PEAS! PEVS! ? ARCADE
/ & whip SENTINEL C US B4 U BUY. All kind. at the

right prices. Wright Seed Store.

_ __________ WANTSThe 5-9-43tc MILK f
before the doctor and let him put
your plumbmc in sanitary condition.Call .
phone 597. Sallas & Sallas.
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want 6-9-Ct DEPOTBUTTER
4 ORLAND0Cement : Ad Medium in Orlando. of
JUST RECEIVED large shipment
fresh cocoanuts. 5 and 10 cents
Terms Cash in Advance. ,f
each. Wright Seed Store. -
Agatite Plaster and Lime RATESFor 6-9-ot-eod: i

One Day ______________23t MILK :
For Three Days ____________50c The want ad.'s the thing. Fresh EenDa,-. '
.. For Six Days ________-_____75c -
For One Month ____________$2.50 5c. per glass
This rate applies on all ads of 25c.; per gallon I
25 words or less. If the ad con- USEG CREAM AND MILK .F
E WANT YOU TO GET PERFECT tains more than 25 words the rate BUTTER
will be one cent per word for
Fresh Homemade:
each additional word, for each in- ECOINSECTICIDE
vv GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to AND CAKESARCADEMILKDEPOT 1
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- I
counts opened by telephone will be :
payable the following day.
lOUR Every Home--E\ery Business
Every Man has use for a in and around your' houseto
Sentinel Want Ad. kill

is satisfied
Very nearly every gas consumer our
1 friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will FOR SALE-A good cypress row- !
boat, newly painted, good condition. CE-CO is stainless used witha
not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a a liquid
Phone 126: 6-8-3tc spray and guaranteed to do the
good word for their gas service. work. Don't set up and fight mos
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract quitoes all night. Spray your room Dr. S. S. Jones
OUR ADVICETo one quarter mile from city limits; with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- your Groceryman get it for you. Or CHIROPRACTOR
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. direct if he will not supply you. Put
bring about this desirable condition, the Company 6-9-tf up by theSCCOG. graduate Davenport College, 17 and

advises its gas consumers to do away with the obsolete FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, ORLANDO, 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhere; phone

ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of 5 passenger, in good condition; ex- FLORIDA are being restored to health by chiro-
tra equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue practic adjustments, the new scienceof
progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341 removing the cause of disease. Examination -
wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you 8-lmoc Use REX BRAND Sweeping Compound free 1224lmoOSTEOPATH ;

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

Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew I FOR RENT & Bninilagc() DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER 1

in design and perfectin
ranges-beautiful apearance
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- OSTEOPATHS Office corner Orange Avenue and ;
operation and extraordinary in features of economy.We mer, or by the year, cheap. T. A. Personal instruction under Dr. Still Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., j
offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiest Yancey.: 3-28-tfc at Kirksville Mo. Phone 419.Limes.

of terms.ORLANDO. FOR RENT-Furnished five room 182 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
___ __
National Bank. Phone 578. :
flat close in, flowers and garden, u -- ----- :1
to couple without children, for summer J
months. Reply "Pat," care of
Sentinel. 6-4-Ct* PHONE 646 Limes! ,

WANTED For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Limes! j


I'{ two-horse wa on.Iust be light Just received a shipment of
\and in jrood condition. Call on G. P.
DEPARTMENT Featherstun. Lake Ilolden, or address 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. Florida Limes. Drink Limeade j
GAS P. *
O. Box 87. 6-8-3t
12-10-lm during the warm weather. :

WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any .ia a
variety,but must not be mixed. \Villpay ,
$1.25; per thousand at my packing
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- Orlando Wood Yard Pine Apples 1
- ton. G-3-d&\v-tf

We get Pineapples fresh each 'j
WANTED-To rent house by the Removed from Pine St. two blocks
Must be modern have da ".
year. sleeping -
north on Railroad, west end Wash -J
porch, about five or six rooms,and J
must be well located close in. State ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat -
location and rent in answer. Address J
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf all times. Remember the Groceries you

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY CO. WANTED POSITION young man order from us come from a clean, j

department having fifteen stores:years desires experience position in B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE sanitary store. j

where ability and merit would war-
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WINTER GARDEN FLA. rant advancement. Best references. 3UDON'T
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between
Oakland and Ocoee. Reward. Please 1
return to Morton Jones & Son, bus

Can supply your want in every- line. 5-13-tf WORRY' New Modern Grocery G J

TO ECIIANGE For house and lot
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from Phone 200 .
and New
thing to eat wear. things railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two 3 I 1
years ago;
and good things always Give acres unimproved; extra good land. 6 and 8 East Pine St. 1
us Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc If you are disappointedabout I '
getting a new Eas- j
trial. Umbrellas recovered and repaired ji i
a "while you wait," at Young's Repair ter Suit,we can put your
Shop 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc old one in good condi- i

TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse tion for just such occas 1
repairs of all kinds done ions. $49.70
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
garages, office fixtures; window and '
door prices.frames 18 East made Church to order.street.Get our A ,. j

postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo Dry Cleaning New York andPhiladelphia

NOTICE Steam Cleaningl

I wish to announce to my friends Pressing and Repairing i
and customers that I am working at
J the Arcade Barber Shop and will appreciate '
their business. AND RETURN 1 4
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REDUCED RATES on lessons in art Cut Flowers From ORLANDO j

.1 Pure Ice Cream mer.and dressmaking Can do a limited through amount the sum-of VIAAtlantic
dress making during dull season.
Miss Echols, 505 South Main. and Plants
656tcTo Coast Line j

reduce our stock as much as pos- Floral
When you want PURE ICE I sible by the 15th, will give a discountof Designs
Standard Railroad of the South
For Party ;
25 per cent. off our regular cash .
CREAM call for HAND'S. If
II I I price on any goods in store. Ham- t
you don't believe that we take Club mond & Gore. 6-5-tf Tickets sold daily. Final limit j

the greatest care in its manu- We make our Ice Cream from PLAIN SEWING-Specialty on underwear October 31st. Stop-overs.
facture come up and watch us Church Social ; reasonable prices. Call at .violet Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All 20 West Pine. 6-10-Gt Variable routes.
it. You will be surprisedat
cans, moulds and everythingused School Social
the care every detail is given. I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB For reservations call on :

Any kind you want, any time in the manufacture of our Lodge I J. M. CARUTHERSPhone D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. ':

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- I Located in the Arcade BuildingAll 509. 403 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &'T. A. 1
ized. PicnicOrder work guaranteed and neat-
from a quart up. i OrlandoDR.
ly done. ., Our work is the best
You are cordially invited to and our prices are the lowest.
inspect our factory at any Hands Pure This is the place to have your CLINT BASS

time. Ice Cream I old clothes made new. PHONE 373
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. 1

i Suit dry cleaned, pressed60C: West Jefferson Street .

Suit pressed _____________40c. Successor to !
All Palm Beaches scrubbed

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. and pressed ____________50c Hand Wood CompanyWood i

Mohair suits pressed ______25c. L H. RAMS DELI \. 3
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST i

p- PHONE 566 W. :::!ffersonStreet a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE I ORLANDO FLORIDA
Clothes called for and delivered.Phone PRICE NE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES _


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me at the Rink. Good music
every night by orchestra. 6-10-ltc HOW ARE
Miss Margaret Scott left yesterdayfor
Sanford to spend the \veek-end
> sue, with friends.

"Let's meet at Butt's." IgpBUijtZ Ll'fr
s..,. '
Mr. J. E. Malone of Lakeland is ?xsSif&,*r .. .
spending the week in Orlando looking
tLiU after business matters.
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The St. Charles Hotel will remain
I open. Special summer rates.

Mr. L. McCubbin, representingthe
Savannah Supply: company spent
yesterday in Orlando on business. .., ,,-.r -...;
Iii -s :"- -
Meet me at the Rink. Good music ; Q
every night by orchestra. 6-10-ltc

"Do not put off for tomor- JVJ7IEffftQ "
Mr. R. A. McXab, a former well
row what you should do to- known citizen of Orlando but now residing -
; day"-for tomorrow never on the East Coast arrived in NLLLt4&wct0 omd.
the yesterday afternoon.
comes! tUfwni M1At ,
"Let's meet at Butt's." a, .\

Doing is the great thing. The man Miss Allie Davis arrived in Orlando ab u.1l\ t'

who acts accomplishes. It may be yesterday afternoon to visit Mr. and
Mrs.V.. F. Fergus at their home on
too late if you wait. Why not de- East Anderson street. .
posit a dollar today and start on the IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST

acticve road to prosperity-thousands The Special St. Charles Hotel rates.will remain TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO

are traveling happily that way. open.GlO5tcMr. summer BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY

Put aside a little a week and see how YOU.
easily, faithfully and steadily your been visiting points of interest in this
account section for some time left yesterday ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.WE .
grows. for their home in Lansing, Mich. WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU.

THE STATE BANK Meet me at the Rink. Good music BANK WITH US
every night by orchestra. 6-10.1tc

doing so valuable work in the abstract
office left yesterday for Sanford,
where she will spend some time. The Peoples National BanK"IT

"Let's meet at Butt's.

Philathea girls will serve chicken
--- supper Saturday evening, corner of
West Pine street and Orange avenue,
in the Japanese Bazaar building. Itc

The St. Charles Hotel will remain
open. Special summer rates. MMMIM

Mr. John S. Arnold, Sr., and wife,
accompanied by their son Mr. John S.

terday Arnold from Jr., Jacksonville arrived in Orlando to be pres-yes- THE NEW PAWA D TWINIX!

ent at the marriage of Mr. Arnold and
Elder Spring Miss\ Slemons this evening.

Meet me at the Rink. Good music
every night by orchestra. 6-10-1tc

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Riley who have
been spending several months at their
home 303 Garland street will leave
today for Bay Nette, Ala., where they
Water will spend the summer months returning .
I to Orlando early in the fall. best value ever produced

My residence phone is No. 522R.Dr. .
f Buckmaster. 6-6-tf in high grade MOTOR CARS

Mr. and Mrs. S. McCree of St. Petersburg -
f were among the prominent .
Floridians arriving in Orlando yes For Orlando
terday. They arrived in their touringcar
( and while here are pleasantly located -
pure, sparkling, at the Tremont hotel. $2,725.00Sold

r quenching spring water. "Let's meet at Butt's.

Messrs. H. B. Dwyer, of Atlanta;

i i Look for it in the homes you'l M.Don Harris O. Wilson of Jacksonville of Detroit, are and here Hal By

in the interest of the famous Stude- .
l baker automobiles of which the San
visit. Juan Garage is the local representative. -

t. San Juan Garage Company j

Meet me at the Rink. Good music
every night by orchestra 6-10-ltc
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i CALL UP j jW. jl Mrs. E. F. Taylor arrived in Or- ... --
lando yesterday from Tampa and is
l the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slem- ,....
: ons at their home on West Church

street.this city Mrs and Taylor is receiving formerly residedin cordial THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost
\vuv.\WRIGHT\ Pilolle n 444 welcome from a host of friends.

Mr. J. C. Stewart of Plymouth was
of wealth select a corpor-
among the well known citizens of
And place order todayilllllllllMMMMiMIMIiMMtMil west Orange transacting business in ate executor because they know it insures
your Orlando 'esterday.Ir.. Stewart is faithful and capable performance of the
among the old residents of the county. trusts they create.
lie first saw the light fifty-eight years
--- ago near Apopka.Dr. Whether the estate be large or of mod-

. IMIIIII, erate size, it is to the interest of both
Harry Brannon arrived in Orlando yourself and heirs to name this Companyas
yesterday afternoon from Marion, .
executor and Trustee. '.-
Ala., en route to Ocoee to attend the ;. :J.. ,
; ;
funeral of his uncle Mr. A. P. New- The Records of our Trusts are convinc- _:< ;a- .}sz :3LMP I I
heart who died at that f
place Tues-
ing evidence of the community's
day. The interment will take place .
this morning.Mr. dence in our capabilities. ;

I Valuable Diamond LostHow WHY THE TRUST COMPANY I 1
C. C. Hare field representativeof frIi :
the bureau of crop estimates of the ,
United States department with head- I Because of the necessity for efficient
quarters in Gainesville, who has been
banking organizations to care for the fidu-
in this section for several days has
gone to points farther south "in pursuit -I ciary business the Trust Company has developed -
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- I of his duties expecting to return in half a century, the highest typeof
sult of to Orlando tomorrow to attend the I banking institution.
a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby Citrus Exchange meeting.Mr. .

having it examined at our store at least once every I Primarily chartered to handle trusts!" -

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof M. B. Craig the popular representative -I the Trust Companies of the United State>

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin of Sharp & Dohm wholesale : have developed such efficiency that not one
druggists, Baltimore,
arrived in
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's Orlando yesterday, and while not en- I cent of trust funds committed to their .i i .
profit. A trial will convinec triired in crossing palms with *"= I. care have been lost through failures.
you. '
many friends wa;; busy looking .-fte '
j the interests of his house.Ir.: C-ai r Have you investigated the service of
I has the happy faculty of di pen-=!r.'z I this institution,
sunshine: wherever his travels t. :lk? I
him. I


Ocoee Fla., June 8. 191":).
On and after June 13th: I will ,e la;' I
New York City for the purpose of ORLANDO FLORIDACapital
disposing of my melon crop. Any one i ,
wishing me to handle their crop at the
correct market price may wire or I I and Surplus and Undivided Profits $13 ,OOO.OO. Total Resources over Three i

write me. C. R. AGE, Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.

No. ;5:; Water St., I '
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