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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 11, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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: VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE If, 1913.; NUMBER 102.

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r ORLANDO ON WEST ROUTE OF DIXIE RY. ;






t' SECOND GERMAN NOTE BRINGS RELIEF



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i SECOND NOTE TO GERMANS; IS LESS AGGRESSIVE THAN
IN HISTORY Or j
p GREATEST GOOD ROADS CONVENTION ii

I FLORIDA ENDORSES ROUTE THROUGH GAINESVILLE I On A Visit To Auntie Orlando r THE ONE OF :MAY PRESIDENT; INSISTS UPON

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OBSERVANCE OF INTERNATIONAL L.pnI -
OCALA, LEESBURG, TAVARES, APOPKA, ,
-- CIPLESLlXT.IXS THAT FALAHA SINKING
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'f .i V'r a M E LL. tLirdD WAS UNJUSTIFIABLE
;; PALM BEACH, AND TO MIAMI ANTE

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Now Up To The Florida CommissionersFor You'VCProgram DON'T Yo... 1 1 The German Government Must Give
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Their Approval GROWN ME ; y' ,a Full AssurancesTo



Decision-Sanford Safeguard the Lives 01 All .Americans l"on No Longer
Commissioners'
North End of Route Left to

Assumes to Regulate German; Submarine Warfare Exceptin
and and Got
; Marred Meeting by Ragging Nagging, a
BIG Respect to .Americans. S. :May Expecta
President M. M. Smith '
"Spur"Bryan goY! {
First Vice-President Complete Understanding in a

Short Time

The route endorsed by the Central The banquet at the Plaza restaur-
Florida Highway Association meetingin ant was attended by 150 delegates, &A1G :0: ::: ::: :;: ::: ::: ':: ':: ':' ,': ':: ':' ::' ,', ':' ':' ':' :',: * *I

Orlando yesterday, a route which including several women. BRYAN DISCLOSES PASSIONATE HOSTILITY TO *
< shall be recommended to the Florida Many Speeches at Banquet ,.c ;
Chas. P. Dow, president of the Or- FORCE IN REMARKABLE DOCUMENT
Commissioners of the Dixie Highway \, ., ....
Commission for approval, was Gaines- lando Board of Trade presided and i io -
ville to Ocala, Ocala to Leesburg, called upon the following for short -"" Mr. Bryan, who resigned as secretary of state, rather than *
Leesburg to Tavares Tavares toy addresses: T. Ed. Bryan, of Tampa, *: affix his signature to the note to Germany made public tonight *
association C. E.
Apopka, Apopka through Orlando. president of the ; ,
Orlando to Kissimmee, Kissimmee to Woods, of Eustis, editor of the Lake :; issued a second statement this evening which divided *
Bartow, thence to ,Arcadia across the Region; W. L. Straub, editor of the 1 f b bF :-: public interest. *

I north side of Lake Okeechobee to St. Petersburg Times; 1.1.. Smith, ::' It was everywhere regarded as a most remarkable utterance *
West Palm Beach and to Miami. of Orlando; II. C. Stanford, of Kis- C } Gy
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). Son ford Gets a "Spur" of Route immee, who paid a glowing tribute In the president's note to Germany Bryan sees the ap-
The north end of the route, northof to the women present. And then the '\ 1 ::: plication of the doctrine of force, and he declares his passionate *
Gainesville, was left open and will I chairman of the county commissionersof :,' hostility to that doctrine. .;. '.

be determined by the Florida court Taylor county spoke followed by ::: He proclaims his belief that it is passing Some:
missioners. Sanford was on deck at F. W. Perry, of Fort Myers. L. D. away.
::' nation he must lead the world out of the black night of *
the big meeting and fought hard fora Jones of the Florida Cittus Exchange says,
route through that city. They failedto made a few remarks urging ':: war and he wants the United States to achieve this honor. *
get on the main route but succeeded all delegates to remain for the hi<_; ---- ------ :,: He credits the president with peaceful intentions, but says -- '
in getting the endorsement for a barbecue today. lIe was followed by -: the is mistaken in his methods. *
"spur" to run through their city. Every M. O. Overstreet and S. A. Johnson; Of The Florida Citrus president
proposition advanced by Orlandowas of Orlando. The banquet then came ::' The methods employed by the president, in Bryan's opinion, *

fought hard, stubbornly and bit- to a close and the delegates proceeded are methods which carry explores and lead to war. He asks -f
terly by the Seminole county agita to the court house to continue Uu' In Orlando ::' ,
Exchange Today the American people, whom he addressed in his remarkable :
tors. If it had been 'left to Sanford meeting aujourned at G; o'clock. .
-
Orlando would have been wiped oil Endorse "Paradise Loop" Route :: document, to "sit in judgment upon his decision to resign :: jt

the map. Just before an adjournment was rather than to share the responsibility" for the note, which : j
24 Counties RepresentedThe taken last evening the convention en- Invocation Dr. E. T. Poulson, of Talk on Selling Department of Florida :, the president decided to send. *
session was attended by nearly dorsed the Paradise Loop, a route Orlando. Citrus Exchange, F. L. Skelly, M * ,' ,;, ,;, ,;: ::' ::' T :,' ,:, ,', m ::i: :;: ,;, ,;; ':' * 1
five hundred good roads boosters from I which is proposed to run from the F. I general sales manager.Cooperation .
twenty-four counties of Florida. The north end of the state down the West Address of welcome, Mayor: E. : United We Stand, Di- ,
committee which brought in a recommendation Coast and returning through the central Sperry, Orlando. vided We Fall, Clarence E. Woods, Second Note Is Disclosed
that the above route be portion of the state connectingwith Welcome to visitors in behalf of Eustis. Washington, June 10.-There was a general feeling of relief in
approved was composed of one dele- the Dixie highway at Jackson- Board of Trade, C. P. Dow, Orlando. I Address, selected, Dr. W. C. Richardson -
Washington when the United States' note to Germany was made
gate from each of twenty-four coun- The City of Orlando, Dr. J. W. I Tampa.
ville.The special route committee appointed Stagg, Orlando. ] Master of ceremonies, L. D. Jones, public by the state department at six o'clock this evening, and the
ties.The route which was unanimously to select the western branchof Talk on Florida Citrus Exchange.Dr. business manager.Barbeucue nature of its terms became generally known.
endorsed by the convention was the the Dixie highway endorsed the i J. II. Ross Florence Villa. and dinner. The note is less aggressive, and less provocative in its language
one presented to the meeting of the Florida Scenic Route, which will run I -- ------
than the note of 15. There is dissent from that view.
Dbpe Highway Commission at Chat- from Jacksonville to Arcadia, follow- May no
tanooga May 20. The delegation from ing the general course of the St. The new note contains no suggestion of bluster. There are no

the Central Florida Highway Asso- Johns river, through Orange Park, such phrases in it as "strict accountability," or "omit any wordor

ciation for at the Chattanooga consideration was of responsible the com-- Russell DeLand,Green Sanford Cove, Lake Springs county, Palatka, Tam-, MOB Of 600 lYNCH SICIliANAT act necessary," such as gave the note of May 15 such a menacing -

mission in granting Florida two pa and Arcadia. character.It .
routes for the Dixie highway.It Notes of the Convention was the absence of such threatening phrases which created

now remains for the Florida com- Mayor Sperry lost his purse. the general impression that the new note gave assurance of a
missioners to approve the route en- A Senator "Somebody" occupiedmost peaceful settlement of the issue between the two countries.But .
If this is done Orlando will
dorsed. of the afternoon talking. JOHNSON ILLINOIS
j be on the western route of the Dixie I Forrest Lake of Sanford was the Clll there is no abatement of the insistence upon the principlesof

highway for all time. leader of the Seminole county agita- international law with which the president sought to uphold his

Sanford Was Lucky to Get Anything tors. He gained little, despite his I previous communication. He still contends that the sacred rightsof
Sanford was not represented at the I ardent work.
humanity violated by the of the Lusitania and
were sinking
first meeting of the association at The Winter Haven band of seventeen I ,
Kissimmee, nor at Chattanooga, and pieces furnished ,Some Music Johnson City, III, June 11.-Three companies of state militia that all of the questions raised by Germany as to the character of

yet came to Orlando yesterday fifty during the afternoon and evening.The arrived here tonight following the lynching this afternoon of the vessel are irrelevant.He .

strong to balk at every propositionmade. Plaza restaurant was filled to Joseph Sparanzo, a Sicilian, a miner, by a mob of 600. asserts that upon this principle of humanity, as well as upon

Seminole. The county representation with a morsel returnedto of Three the roof women with banqueters braved the last masculine evening. Sparanzo confessed to complicity in assassinating W. E. Chap- the law founded upon this principle, the United States must stand.

food for comfort having secured a representatives and came forth to enjoy man, one of the wealthiest men of this section, and wounding his He still maintains that the sinking of the Falaba was unjustified. -

"spur" to the highway. The stub- i the feast of reason and flow of daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Schull. He declares that the United States "very earnestly and verysolemnly

bornness the only of the thing Sanford which marred delegationwas an .I soul.C... P. Dow was a toastmaster who They were shot through the window of their library last night.In renews its representations in its note transmitted to the

otherwise harmonious meeting. Count- i had something to say. his confession Sparanzo named a man known as Joe Bing as imperial German government on the 15th of May."

less numbers of delegates from allsections Sam Johnson almost got angry at the one who actually fired the shot.It He still asserts that American citizens bound on lawful errands
of the state expressed them- himself in making a speech last nightat was reported early tonight that Bing had been captured near have the right to travel on merchant ships of a belligerent nation-
selves in to the the banquet. Sam had been peevedat
strongly regard un-
called for action of the Seminole coun- the Seminole county delegation and here and was being brought here. ality without being placed in jeopardy by German submarines,
Further trouble is feared. The killing of Chapman was the result and concluded that "the of
ty delegation. As one member expressed had to unloose on some one. by saying government the United
it, "Sanford and Seminole Jas. A. Knox claimed that Orange of a plot hatched among the Sicilian miners, according to Spa- Sattes, therefore deems it reasonable to expect the imperial Ger-

county was very fortunate"in receiving county had raised He said the sweet largest} potatoever ranzo's confession, to kill Benjamin Schull, Chapman's son-in-law. man government will adopt measures necessary to put these prin-
recognition at all. grown. potatoeswere
Enthusiasm any Featured ConventionThe grown in this county which averaged Schull is superintendent of the McCHntock mine and recently discharged ciples into practice in respect to safeguarding American lives on

meeting: was notable for the 52 pounds. A man from Tay- a number of employes.GOES American ships, and asks for assurances that this will be done."

enthusiasm shown by all cities and I lor county said they had potatoes or In his first note President Wilson, in effect, said to Germany
cabbages in that section that weighed
counties in Florida. It amazingto
the various cities was and 59 pounds, but they never placed their TO INDIANA FOR FORCCHSheritf BASEBALL RESULTS that it was practically impossible for Germany to carry on a sub-
see commu- 1
nities fighting: for recognition and real large ones on exhibition. Taylor Gordon left yesterday afternoon marine warfare against merchant vessels carrying contrabandand
pleading for co-operation. The entire county had twenty-seven men present. over the Atlantic Coast Line for National League observe the rules of international law, and therefore, he de-
Columbus, Ind., to bring to Orlando Pittsburgh 2, Boston 1.
Meeting Called to Order by Dow
central portion of Florida is aroused The meeting of the Central Florida Brant Abbott, a young white man, Cincinnati 2, Brooklyn 2; 14 in- clared, practically if not in specific terms, that the United States
the
and as a interest result of in meeting road building an increased Highway Association was called to wanted by the Orange county author- nings, darkness.St. expected Germany to cease such warfare; but in the note made

throughout the twenty-four counties order by Chas. P. Dow, president of ities charged with forgery. Early in I Louis 13. New York 2. public today he leaves it to Germany "to adopt those measures
represented will be manifested in the the Orlando Board of Trade. Fol- December Abbott made his appearance Chicago-Philadelphia, rain. necessary to put these principles (principles of international law)
lowing an invocation by Rev. Stagrtr, in Pine Castle and soon won his American League
next As year.result of the meeting it is on of the Presbyterian church, :Mayor: E. way into the good graces of severalof I New York 4, Chicago 5. into practice in respect to the safeguarding of American lives on
a financial basis. More than 250 F. Sperry delivered an address of wel- the citizens of that place. lie was Boston 6, Detroit 5. American ships."
t a members sure joined the association yesterday come. Applause greeted his remark in search of work and was given a I Philadelphia 11, Cleveland 1. He no longer is assuming to regulate German submarine war-
that the good position with one of the Washington 8, St. Louis 2.
police would deal leniently very
the fee of $2 fare to the extent that it
paying per :year with all offenders.Mr. successful' truckers in that section. Federal League except may affect American liveson
and in many the cases organizations Withan Holbrook nominated Mr. Ed. lie later gave that up and found a'' Brooklyn 7-2 Newark 9-1. American ships, and he leaves it to Germany to decide upon
joined paying $5 per jear. home with Mr. Keen, where he I Baltimore 3-13, Buffalo 65.
organization as formidable as the Bryan, of Tampa, as temporary chair- remained methods by which that may be done.
above vast improvements will result man. for several weeks finally entering I I I I Kansas City 5, Chicago 3. All he asks on that point is the assurance that it be done. Un-
Secretary Elliott read the minutesof the employ of Mr. P. M. Shani- All that were scheduled.
for interior Florida. whose he South Atlantic League less Germany absolutely is fixed in her determination not to alter
Lakeland Gets Next :Meeting the first meeting of the associationat barger, name signed to several I I
I checks which honored the Charleston 6 Jacksonville 0. the character of her submarine warfare
Without fight whatever Lake- Kissimmee. were at I I in any respect, it is believed -
any banks and cashed at several business :; Augusta 10, Macon 0.
Constitution AdoptedThe the United States rasonably expect
land unanimously selected as the may a friendly reply
was houses. lIe left Orlando about the I Columbus 3, Columbia 2.
for the quarterly committee on constitution composed i I and which will start negotiations which if
next
place one
meeting
month ticket I Savannah 6 3. cautiously carriedon
date to be selected later. of W. M. Glenn, of Orlando,andJ. first of the buying a to Albany
meeting There, the times when the convention W. Prentis of Kissimmee, pave its Cincinnati Ohio. Abbott was located Southern League may result in a complete understanding.If .
rsolved were iteslf into a veritableriot report. The constitution was adopted by the sheriffs office in Indiana, was :I Atlanta Memphis 1. Germany is so determined, then a break between the two
so strong were the opinions expressed with a few changes. arrested and is in custody awaitingthe I Chattanooga 3. Birmingham 2. governments is conceded to be inevitable.
arrival of Sheriff Gordon. I Nashville Mobile 4.
dues
officer $5 yearly from each organization. -
Bryan
but presiding New Orleans 1, Little Rock 1; calledin I 1
wielded the gavel and brought order
out of chaos. $2 yearly dues of individual mem- HUNDREDS OF CITRUS GROW- sixth inning to catch train. GETS CONTRACT FOR PLUMBINGMr. NO STREET CAR STRIKE IN
The feature of the dissension was bers.Board ERS WERE IX ORLANDO I CHICAGO TOWN
over the question as to whether the of directors shall consist of LAST EVENINGFor ONE OF MANY EDITORS IN ORLANDO :: C. F. Reicken the enterprising
delegates at the Dixie: Highway meet- one member from each county. days they have been arrivingthe YESTERDAYMr. Arcade plumber, has been awardedthe Chicago, June 10.-There will be
ing at Chattanooga should give a report The executive committee shall con- visitors who will attend the an- I Clarence Woods the versatile plumbing contract for the 54- no street car or elevated railroad
preliminary to the meeting of sist of seven members. nual meeting of the Florida Citrus .I editor of the Eustis Lake Region, one room hotel building which is soon to strike in Chicago.
the county delegates selected to en- Fiscal year shall end June 1. First Exchange in this city today. Dr. J. I of the neatest and best edited of the be erected at Zellwood. Orlando peo- Saturday the men voted to walk
dorse a route. Wednesday after June 15 of each year II. Ross, of Florence Villa, presidentof newspapers in Florida, was in Orlando ple will be glad to learn of Mr. Reik- out, but Mayor Thompson stepped in
Scott Gave Full Report shall be designated as the annual the association, arrived yesterday yesterday attending the Central en's success in landing this big con- at the last moment late today and
This caused the Sanford delegationto meeting date.Constitution. afternoon, and others came in on the highway meet. The Sentinel receivedan tract. The completion of the plumb- brought about a truce, during whichit
protest bitterly. They felt that a and by-laws adopted evening: trains. At the Fair Groundsthe appreciated call. ing work on this job will require con- is hoped a permanent policy may be
report from this committee would with the amendments. meeting will be called to order ---- -- -- siderable time. realized.
queer their deaL However, the san- Oerstref'tVas in the RaceII. this morning: at 10:15 o'clock. announced, the free barbecue will be I
ity of the convention prevailed, and C. Stanford, of Kissimmee. T. The morning trains over the Sea- served on the grounds at 12:30. Yes- II
TODAY
I NO HAIL & O'Neal furnish
I Curtis a
Mr. Ed. Scott, of Arcadia, was privi- Ed. Bryan, of Tampa, and M. O. Over- board and Coast Line will be met by terday the city was crowded but to- sample
disc record for
street, of Orlando, were nominated numbers of visitors Florida: Fair Fidzy: and Satur- Columbia double 25
leged to give a full and detailed account Mclptorh's band and visitors escorted day even greater
of the Chattanooga meeting. (Continued on page 4)) I to the Fair Grounds. As previously I are expected. day. cents. You will want one.



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COMPLETE PROCEEDINGS OF drainage district. Upon motion, the j Communication from Mr. Ramsey, Petition of Geo. L. Lowry et al. for
TilE HOARD OF COUNTY matter was referred to G. R. Ramsey i highway engineer, in reference to j road granted and will be opened when
COMMISSIONERSTuesday highway engineer. | Hamilton Johnson's bid to buiid head the county is able. SPRAYINGFor
The following communication received j walls at pipes Maitland and of the Petition of II. C. Harrell et al. for
June 8, 1913: and read: ,I drain crossing the road from Lake road) granted, but impossible to openro White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
to adjourn- Ivanhoe Lake Rov.ena, received d at this time.
Board met pursuant to ; :
The City Council of the City of I| for secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
ment. Present Chairman Overstreet, Maitland upon motion, subject matter referredto Petition of A. S. Cecil et al.
Commissioners Dillard, Brown, Sweet honorable respectfully request that Mr. Overstreet and Mr. Ramsey.' road t-oniinued. infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
body charge to the
your
and Starbird. City Maitland the due Maitland: work for $250; $2(,;) for the j There being no further business the Compound. '
the last meeting were excess by Board, adjourned until the next re.
Minutes of Lakes Ivanhoe and Ro\vena crossing.
us in the construction of the highway These two will mix two
perfectly
sprayingscan
'1ar meeting, July 5, 1915. and
read, approved and signed. Communication from the City of : :
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Claim for pension of Mrs. Mary R. stood through that the our city. that It is shall under-becharmed Orlando received, and upon motion be I be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
Partin, widow of James B. Partin, shall not excess exceed the cost of t inserted in the minutes of the! meeting J '.\u!>otrian General Removed insure clean trees and bright fruit. '
was presented approved and forwarded : Paris, June L'Information this better effective and
the following items: The excess in I Nothing nothing more nothing
to comptroller. grading on the mile commencing at Orlando Flan June 7, 1915. i afternoon publishes a dispatch from cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
General presentment of the grand The Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners I Rome saying that Emperor Francis
Mr. Hill's line on the north of the
jury of the spring term of circuit'cou : city and running back to a point on City of Orlando, Fla.: I Joseph has decided to remove Generalvon you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
rt. read. Lake Lilly. The placing of the Gentlemen-I herewith submit youa Hoetzendorf from the supreme
Bond of ThOs. T. Cox to bear fire- nec- statement of the number of square command of the AustroHungarianforces
pipes, and the bu of head
arms; sureties, Frank Dease A1.. 'essary walls on the pipes now in ling at station yards of brick laid by the R. M. Hud on the Italian front because of 1. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
Hancock, approved. 290 of the original and the son Co., for the City of Orlando, acting the recent Italian offensive movements -,
survey ,
Bond of E. W. Holmes to bear fire- acquiring of the land to under the instructions given by in this line.
sureties W. G. Talton, M. W. necessary S. A.
of Mr.
arms; make a better!'! approach from the me under the authority Florida

Holmes Petition, approved.of B. M. Sims, Wm. P. north to Lake Lilly. Johnson.Total number of square yards laid, An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a -
Blakely et al., for claying road from The engineer's estimate of this cost 1,563-3 @ $L53$2.3H.8due the safe investment.
Fuller's Station to Ocoee, on Apopkaand is $500 exclusive of the land to be County of Orange from the City of
Winter Garden road, granted, acquired. I Orlando.
upon condition that right of way be Yours truly: S. J. B. Irwin, chair- You will kindly endorse the dupli- I t 111111111111111111111.1111.1111111 11111111. II .11. I 111111111111111111111111111Osteopathy
established 40 feet wide. man of council; W. L. Niver, J. II. cate copy hereto attached, authorizing -I
Communication from Frank H. Pegram, B. A. Galloway. the County Commissioners to deduct -
liams, superintendent registration Wil-I) A copy of this request is spread this amount from the road and I
re assessment for election received. i I upon the minutes of the council. Bridge fund due the city. I will be
Upon motion warrant was ordered :i 1 Application of D. B. Stewart to be obliged if you will give this matter
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drawn in payment of the amount paid' placed on the state pension roll received your prompt attention, so that the
by Mr. Williams for primary of 1914. i No action taken. account can be handled by the County
Requests from South Florida Sentinel I The reports of the following county I Board at their regular session on
and Orange County Citizen to be officers received, read and filed: Superintendent 1 1I Tuesday June 8th.Yours .
allowed to print the acts of the legis- I of roads and bridges, superintendent very truly,
lature received. Upon motion, the county home, county G. R. RAMSEY,
South Florida Sentinel was selectedto physician, polls, licenses, pay rolls, Highway Engineer. 1H
print said acts, upon condition thata state witnesses criminal court, fines, Attest: Carl Jansen, City Clerk.E. .
copy of paper is mailed to each forfeitures and costs for April, May F. Sperry, :Mayor.
registered voter. and June, April tax redemptions, O. W. Conner, representing the citizens -
Petition of W. H. Brokaw for an county agricultural advisor, treasurerto of Tangerine and neighborhood, ,
outlet to his ten acres in section 11, county and to state, sheriff to appeared before the Board in refer- .
township 21 south, range 28, to the state, and auditor's financial state- ence to hard surfacing the road described -
Apopka and Forest City road, re- ment. as follows: Commence at the
ceived. No action taken. Communication from Tampa boardof line between Lake and Orange coun-
Messrs. Davis, Talton and Wither- trade received and read.
enter of section 16, run west to range
ington, a committee from the Apopka Communication from Standard Paving ties to connect with Lake county road,
board of trade, presented the follow- Asphalt Co., Atlanta, received and
finish to county line. Also commenceat
ing resolution: read. a point at center line of section 18 Dr. W. M. Harper Dr. Josephine Harper
Committee from the Orlando Boardof Communication from Jno. II. Baker, and run to clay road between Mount ,
Trade appeared before the Boardin Jr., in re sand-oil road, received and Dora and Tangerine.The .
respect to the condition of the Or- read. matter was taken under ad-
lando-Kissimmee road, requestingthat Communication from C. B. Robin- visement.
small repairs be made. Upon son in re Sweetapple-Hammond road, Petition of H. P. Cartwright et al. PIONEER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS OF SOUTH FLORIDA
motion, the request was granted.I. received and read and contract deliv- for road granted, but can not open
P. Purcell appeared before the ered. the road at this time.
Board in reference to his son, Joseph
Purcell, who was sentenced to the
road gang for forgery. The Board
in the matter,
having no jurisdiction

no chief Communication action engineer was taken.of from Taft R.drainage H. Ludlam dis- NOTICE I 10 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IN ORLANDODr. f

trict, received, in reference to the
building of bridges on the Orlando-
Kissimmee brick road, located in Taft We have a car ol Calahan A Brand Fancy Clipped

Oats and a car of Shcrls and Bran, which we will sell

allow prices for cash at the cars, S. A. L. siding, be-

C CO1Ollia1 l HillYou tween Central Avenue and Pine Street. Must be closed Josephine Harper, only lady

out by Wednesday night. First come first served. This

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


hear about Colonial -
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Hills. The Co-Operative Produce Co. specialty of diseases of women

You read about Colo- ,
W. S. DeWITT M'g'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447CAREY

nial Hills. and Children. Consultation and

.
You talk about Colonial -

Hills. examination Free.

Sooner or later you!

will buy in Colonial I HAND

Hills. Why not NOW!

It will give you satis-I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

faction and profit. I AND EMBALMERAll


I OFFICE MCNEIL & DAVIS BUILDING

CARL DANN calls answered Promptly Dayor


Night. Hand Block. PHONE 419.r .

BUYERS AND SELLERSI

buy, sell rent, and exchange real Orlando, Florida.PHONE .
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla-,
over 30 years. Have handled over 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
$20,000,000. Call and see me.

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everyone said they never had bought goods so cheap before. WELL, THIS JUNE SALE will be as goodor 1
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.


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LAWNS AND BATISTES, beautiful line of patterns, ONE LOT MEN'S FINE SHIRTS, good designs$ .1.50 .I
regular 12i/_c. and 15c. qualities, limit of 10 yards quality GLASS VASES, all sizes, values up to 75c., your choice :-:
to a customer. -

6 cents 98 centsEMBROIDERIES 19 cents
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in Edges, Bands, Insertions and gaBOX'S'ASH SUITS,
up to $5.00, for splendid styles and patterns,SI.25
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loons values up to 25c.for and $1.50 quality

$2.60 5 cents 98 cents 1

ONE LOT OF LADIES' SHOES, PUMPS AND OXLADIES' MUSLIN DRAWERS, Lace Embroidery trim- "
FORDS,values up to$5.00 for ed,35c.quality 13 LBS. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR for

$2.00 23 cents $1.00

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\"E TIO S. ,-or Route Approved by '
Central Florida Highway Convention
has been organized. It is : Saxon, oi Tallahassee a
financial basis. It is commissioner for the
I >;ed of nearly 300 active briefly told of the
It is destined to accomplish connected with the
good for interior Florida. It i movement which cul- ObRINDPSAL I
association, as its monster Chattanooga
6 The prestige held for
a by Jacksonville and the would favor such a route
: will be offset to a by the association. If no .
The Central Florida be reached he stated
is not for today but commissioners would
". OF THE SEASONIS
to designate a'
the Orlando Board best serve the inter-
did what it could to '_
visitors. They are the association could not PROGRESSING SOMEOnly
earth, they stand as the designating a route that |
citizens of this the most people, running i
T Orlando wants the main highway.
thanks. Enough and Mr. Belcher, the two
from. the success of bners, were elected a few days left but the last days will be as fertile in ; ;
It exceeded the fondest !' of the association. j
It was marked by E Foot l the first
>cry Pledged bargains as very day.
)' and an exchange of ideas.
remarkable the the not been for the delega

: of. the state way pleaded for Central at, the Florida Chattanooga High Friday Saturday Monday and Tuesdayshould
I ,
:Mr. Scott "we would
Florida will hereafter
to connected work for.with It is a to h recognition this state.of We a western found I. appeal most strongly to keen buyers. EVERY ONE of

> highway..:. The entire Lateral central roads arranged had been from previously Tallahas-! these days, such price sacrifices, such extraordinary offerings .

of.the Lakeland state will gets receive the next has to taken Miami.the position wil: be made that will even astonish those of our many customers -

citv. No than greater to play honor host to can a should. run through Or- who are accustomed to our New Standard of Values.WE .
of roads boosters. to gay that we have
will good co-operate with fool! of the route ap- MUST REDUCE STOCKS WE WILL REDUCE STOCKS
"
y has co-operated with gave a full ga. report of the DROP IN THE STORE AND SEE HOW WE DO IT

are a great thing been pledged.
," he said, "will mark
city. Particularly are they
r to Orlando when such I completion of the entire
i citizens come to a city I Highway Association HERE'S A FEW OF OUR SPECIALSOnly
Orlando
to yesterday.
Citrus Exchange holds across the Kissimmee
meeting here. The Board to full completion.
will spare no effort in 24 counties named i a. 4 4 .
' wholesouled and meet as a committee > I Only
:>tern route. The com THESE PRICES WILL
spirit of the populace. We
not only the Florida Citrus as follows: More MoreDays
but all organizations and was'r'J. II. Parrish. INTEREST YOU
which choose Orlando D. Kooney. Days!
convention headquarters. L. A. Whitney.
n -E. T. Koux. I
1 W. Elliott.
ORLANDO i :: O. 0 ret reet.
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2 YEARS AGO i iI I Scott. 2000 YARDS SUMMER: DRESS GOODS LADIES' SILK HOSE;

-F. A. Frank. and qualities Any ONE DOLLAR quality of the Gordon
I C. E. Spencer, who was in B. Puckett. Consisting of Dainty weaves
I from Dade City attending S. J. Drawdy. in both plain, stripe and flowered effects in The Phoenix. The Kayser Everwear hoseVoilesl'laxons
Highway Association Perry. in black, white and colors, for the last
as a delegate from C. Stanford. Organdies, Crepes, Lawns days
was in a reminiscent W. S. Futch. and Mulls, All this season's goods, regular'
seen by a news gatherer on I!
E. J. Butler. 89 Cents PairLADIES'
and told of a former visit j R. C. Reems. selling up to 75c. a yard for the last clays: a
some thirty years ago. I I Forrest Lake. .
then assisting Mr. Walton I W. Maxwell.: 19 Cents
in managing "Florida J Bevins. READY TO WEAR

," Florida's first I I A. S. Waymen. Palm Beach Suits: are in great demand
Mr. Spencer could hardly
changes which time has I D. Moon. CARNIVAL SILKS and selling elsewhere at FULL PRICE.Monday .
R. P.
Orlando of then and the i i i I. J. McCall.Hopkins. Our Sale demands that EVERYTHING in
as it is today. The 1 I Means. On July the 5th, the "Mardi the store be reduced.

the s.remarkable beautiful paved growth of t R. Bisbee. Gras" of Florida takes place here in Or- Can you conscientiously let these reduc-

all appealed to him. "You I!I Loop" Discussed lando. Everyone will get the fever and all tions slip by you?

have a most progressive |' "Paradise Dickie proposed Loop"a running resolu- will want to celebrate in Masquerade.. PALM BEACH SUITS Regular, $7.50

countr place)." and an portion of the state, We have the Fancy Silks for the occasion For the last days ____________$4.96
and returning through of Cerise, PALM BEACH SUITS, Regular $12.50
Jacksonville, in all the bright carnival colors
CATHOLIC CHURCH connecting _____________
,'I' highway. Motion, af- Pinks Blues, Yellows, Red, etc. We have For the last days $9.96
feast of the I was. referred to the i them exceptionally low for the Silk Dresses, Wool Costumes Lingerie I
of Jesus services will be priced Dresses, Underwear in fact everything of
I j of Perry, told of the 35c. silk, for the last days
A regular
Catholic church as follows: i: Taylor county and won event. a manufactured nature GREATLY REDUCED -
TILE )" communion 6 a. m. the
I vast audience which !
: 6:30 a. m. i, for the route committee 15 Cents a Yard
of the Blessed "

3 and of to consecration 7:30 benediction p. m. at to 7:30 the p. !, L.. D.C.for Rooney.Lynch.Next Year PURE LINEN TORCHON LACES I Sale of Millinery ]I

L. A. Whitney. 1500 yards of a special purchase, Pure Trimmed and Untrimmed
n() ON WEST SIDE
W. F. Brorein. from 1inch to 5 Lot 1 value to for
DIXIE HIGHWAY + E. D. Elliott. Linen Laces in widths of up $5.00 the last

A. Childs. of Dainty days ________98c
in
inches in width. a big range -----------------
(Continued from page 1) M. O. Overstreet. color.Iany Lot 2, values up to $7.50 for the last
president. The vote was by Scott. Patterns, Oyster White $2.98
Stanford 5j.Ir..76 Bryan; Bryan was 96; II.-E.Seels.L. Bowers. worth 20c. and 25c. a yard, for the last Lot gai i 1----P-t-o--iiQ---, -for----the---

nomination was made Perry. days, last days $4.98 .
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Mr. Bryan.
Samuel
Yicepresidents1.1.. I W. S. Brannon.Futch. 5 Cents a Yard EVERY UNTRIMMED SHAPE IN THE
Orlando, 1st vice-president; G. -O. B. Dees. STORE
of Leesburg, 2nd R. C. Reams.
; II. C. Stanford, of Forrest Lake. VALENCIENNES LACES Lot 4, values up to $1.25 for the last
vice-president. It was moved W. II. Maxwell. days ______50c
round --------
German Val Laces ----------
nominations be closed. The W. F. Wyman. 1000 yards :
Lot 5 values to
elected. up $2.50, for the last
unanimously I R. P. Hopkins. thread, edges and insertions different
I Elliott, of Palatka, was Burns. days _$1.00
) elected treasurer. I I. J. :McCall. widths splendid designs worth 6c., 8c. lOc. Lot 6, lus- po $4.00: ith last
L. P. Dickie, of Tampa, : B. Geiger.WE'RE for the last days
and 12 /_c a yard, days -------------------____$1.75
Lot 7, values up to $8.50, for the last
a 3 Cents a Yard days _____$3.75
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To Our Customers
STAPLE DEPARTMENT
Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 3Gin. x 72 in., in
soft pleasing colors or a white and blue wool and fibre

same size Everything in Linens, Napkins, Sheets, Sheetings
Do you use Aluminium Ware?

See our 14 Piece set, and our 72 piece set Blue and Slips. Bed Spreads, Blankets, Comforters, Long-
Gold Dishes. All the above will bp ; cloths Muslins, Dress Linens, Crash, Toweling,

I j CallFINLEY'S : RADICALLY REDUCED!
I j j PIONEER etc., etc.,

i, and see our Premium Table.
I Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67 I
i 1; MEN'S CLOTHING SALEOf


i:'\ the House of Hart, Schaffner & MarxThe

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reason Hart Schaffner and Marx Ready Clothes are best for you are these:
r They're ready to put on, so there is no time-wasting delay in tryons; you see just
i i how the suit will look on you. fit, drape and all instantly; you are guaran-
' EXCEPTIONAL OFFER teed a perfect fit, and, best of all you'll save from $10.00 to $20.00, maybe more.
' Just spend a few minutes in our store you'll give your dollars a chance to buy
t more style and a better fit.

Just note the reductions,-then inspect the goods.

'i I EVERY S20.00 Suit for the last days -----------------________________ $11.75EVERY
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne $22.50 Suit for the last days: ---------------___ ________________ $15.75
I EVERY $25.00; Suit for the last days -------------- ------______________ $17.75
I i with plenty of Foliageand EVERY $30.00 Suit for the last days -_'------------------____ __________ $19.75;

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> ".-e ;. ;-. .-.-;-;-;. I ; 1.1I 1 GOLF TOURNAMENT June 14, at 4 p. n:. ,p>'
; ; GRANDTODAY >v the request of the el\il' league
I Orlanin uritty JFAVORTE THEATRE II On account of the rain yesterday: in regard to the removal of the Confederate -
: there was a very small attendance at monument from its present
I .the golf tournament of ladies and site. The meeting will be held at the
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. \ I gentlemen at the Country Club. home of the president.
I Following are the scores I By order of the president. Mary i i
SOCIAL CALENDAR garniture and diamonds as ornaments.Mrs. I Admission 5 Cent I Mrs. Carl Dann, Randolph liooinson. !
I Forrest Dabney Carr was un- + r J. D. Barnes __55-12-13 Mary Branham, secretary: i:
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Friday, June 11. usually charming in a beautiful white + % .
The Younger .:\ Card Club,Mrs. silk with garniture of blue ribbon and ts Miss Mary; Holt,
Clarence "6L Brown hostess Roof pink crepe roses, wearing a diamond + r TODAY'S PROGRAM Carl Dann --____________5G- 7-19 FOR SALE-I'EAS! PEAS ;!
Garden, 3JO o'clock. lavalier and brooch. Mrs. S. Waters Howe, -
Saturday, June 12 Miss Mary Guernsey received theguests o'-Big Reels-.i S. Y. Way --____________5S--12- 46 Just received a big lot from Geor- I
Young Matrons Card Club, Mrs. W. C. at the door, her dress being a Broncho. "Shorty's Secret. A Mrs. Thos. Brodwater, I gin, direct from the farmers. $2.50( !i
Essington hostess.A pretty creation of pussy; willow taf- drama, in two parts. S. Waters Howe _________GO-13--17 I to $2.65 per bushel. Also amber sor- "
--0-- feta, accordion pleated with elaborate JESSE L. LASKYIn Reliance. "The Cowboy's Chicken Mrs. Carl Dann won first prize, and I jrhurn seed, peanuts chufus, rice seed,
She assisted Dinner." A comedy. I I cane syrup in barrels and sealed
HAPPY EVENT. lace garniture. was by association with Mrs. S. Waters Howe second
won
Especial interest centered about the I Mrs. Seth Woodruff in a stately; gown DAVID BELASCO Pathe. "Exploits of Elaine." Eighth prize. cans. Honey in bottles. 15c. a pint I
wedding of Miss Antoinette Slemons of black and white silk and net. episode, in two pans, called The Hid- j 30c. a quart. Good old Kentucky vine I
and Mr. John A. Arnold which took Mrs Hal Beardall, Mrs. Florence Presents Belasco's notable den Voice." This serial is more thrilling j ejrar. lOc. a quart. Keep on hand
place last evening at eight o'clock at Shine, Mrs. Dr. Neal.. and Miss Berta success each time. Don't fail to see it IMPORTANT MEETINGA rood old Georgia peaches chickens I
the home of the parents of the bride. I Branch presided at the punch bowl. "THEVOIAX" all. I eggs 1 ::. country; smoked meat, and
X-Iiss Slemons claims Orlando as hernative The young ladies serving were Admission, children 5e., adults lf>o, I II meeting of Annie Coleman Chap- !i t'HrythilJ: Bond to eat. The Georgia I
her Misses Dorothy and Ella Slemons, I Man. W. K: Powell. _'17 Boone .-treetOE I I111t
city and has spent entire ter U. D. C. i is:: called for :Mond..\ ,;-
life here, with the exception of a few Mary and Ruth McCullough, Helen r
years in college in the city of Roa- Drew, Jean Person, Gayle Davis, and a interest in the organization. The I II
Lillian Smith all Watson home was beautifully decorated -
Her charmingly gownedin
noke Virginia. acquaintancesare
numberless and she has been in- white and wearing a large long- ;t RR with cut flowersMis.: : W. P. = a = Aim=: ( :
stemmed rose. The beautifully dec- Watson made the high score and Mrs.E. ir ;
improvement ) orated dining room was made a bowerof : W. Lott made the low score for
of early childhood. Though she has pink and green under the able su- the afternoon. After the games were I *%$&&
visited often in the New England pervision of Mrs. Davis Fishback, the \ J& concluded the tables were placed on -
't States and in her ancestral home in flowers used being pink roses in great 'fi',, \ the cool veranda where light: refreshments &\ C l

Tennessee, her return to Orlando has quantities and pink gladioli, with ,'ii'" .,. .../ : \ { of cake and fruit punch were
ever been fraught with joy and hap- masses of ferns as a background. A fl."'.., served. The guests were Mrs. S. A.
piness. handsome flower basket stood in the '('. .'. >sj.,':t.. .\. Robinson, Mrs. E. W. Lott, Mrs Mus-
Her marriage to Mr. Arnold was center of the table, with an immense 4w(:'. ..". f/-t.. { < \ selwhite Mrs. Peter Palen, Mrs. Alice
solemnized amid of great bow of pink tulle the handle and r.MY. '), " Kollock, Mrs.V.. P. '''atsonIr.. and U .
a scene on a :.." '- '" "f ;kQr )
beauty, and in the presence: of about shower of flowers hung from the inverted -: \. Mrs.\ Lege. The hostess was assistedby
fifty friends, Dr. J. W. Stagg using light. : : 1{ p Misses Ellen Fuller, Myrl Flour- !
the beautiful ring ceremony and pro- The bride's cake was made lovelyby / : noy and Elizabeth McCulloch.
nouncing them husband and wife. the confectioner's art, and in the t", ..; ., --()-
Preceding the entrance of the wed- cutting of the same the thimble fell It {" /.;,';: .t' :;, .:. -; ;t Wednesday evening the last of the
ding party Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr to Miss Lillian Smith and the ring to t. ,'i..3ii" # <<. .. .'/A. .... .<< '.J series of subscription dances was heldat I
sang two songs, "At Dawning" and Miss Sarah Slemons. it:;. "': .:;. .- ) '>t' .' ; the Country Club, a large numberof i
"My Laddie," in her charming style Mrs. M. B. Davis Mrs. R. P. Marks, >..' "4 h dancers being present. On motionof !
and faultless voice, following which Mrs. Fishback. and Mrs. Hauselt as- _: ) Mr. Way a vote of thanks was extended HIGH IN HER ADMIRATION
the bold and appealing strains of the sisted in the living room and diningroom. .{ 2; to Mrs. II. L. Beeman, who has It comes from being used to admir-
Trimuphal .March from the opera of !. done so much to make these: affair o o
Aida were struck on the piano by About three hundred guests attended the successes that they have proven ing beautiful things in the shape of
Miss Roberta Branch, ushering in the the reception following the cere- Upon being called upon for a speech cut glass from our emporium. We
bride and groom and their attendants. mony and left their best wishes and With a special star cast includ- Mrs. Beeman responded briefly. The force this habit on all the ladies be-
Miss Sarah Shields Slemons was the good words with Mr. and Mrs.\ Arnold, ing Theodore Roberts, James subscription dances have proven so
lovely bridesmaid, gowned in white who will travel for several weeks be- popular that it was decided to arrange cause of the remarkable specimens
embroidered net over blue silk, and fore going into their home in Jackson- Neill, Ernest Joy, Lois Meredithand another series, and Miss Margaret we put before them. They also ap-
carrying a huge bouquet of Killarney ville, where Mr. Arnold is in busi- many others of your favor- Hart was made chairman of the finan- preciate our prices because they are
rosebuds. The groom followed with ness. ites. cial committee for the second series:: : so reasonable.
his best man, Mr. Hiram V. Arnold, Mrs. Arnold is valued member of of dances. The house committee com-
a brother; then came a dainty little the Orlando Chapter, Daughters of *+*+*, posed of Messrs. DeWitt Miller\ and
maiden carrying a basket of pink the American Revolution; also a mem- +* William Beardall andIrs.. Seth N & CO., V.UERS.
roses, and the ring-bearer, a charm- ber of the Rosalind Club, and has Woodruff, were gen a vote of thanks [Ij b.AL : .d)
ing little man of four years, with the been an active worker in the Wo for their excellent management of o1
ring on a pretty silver tray, a gift of man's Civic League. She will begreatly these affairs.
r the Shakespeare Club, of which the missed in Orlando, but willno -
bride is a member. The flower maidenin doubt find work of the same character 4 Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine YalsparP.TTOX'S
the sweetest of pink and white wherever she may make her TO TilE MELON GROWERS OF
dresses was Catherine A. Slemons, a i home. ORANGE COUNTY: 1
i niece of the bride, and the small man : The Slemons home was never more iIII SUN PROOF PAINT

was the ring was Master Stanley attractive than it appeared last even- 10 cents 20 cents Ocoee, Fla., June 8, 1915. ___
Bumby. The bride came next on the ing with a profusion of white peonies, FIVE SUPERB ACTS
On and after June 15th I will be in
arm of her father and on either side snowballs, roses and ferns, and hun- of Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C*
New York for the
City
stood Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Arnold, par- dreds of beautifully gowned ladies purpose
ents of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. making a scene of brightness and disposing of to my handle melon their crop. Any at one the 205 S. Orange Avenue
'V. M. Slemons, of the bride. wishing me crop
parents beauty long to be remembered.Mr.
At the conclusion of the ceremonythe : Arnold is to be congratulated correct market price, may wire or /f. Phone 261.
lovely rope of tulle and ferns inclosing on winning so fair and capable a wo- write me. C. R. AGE
the bridal party was loosed man and her hosts of friends wish for ROOf GARDEN( No. 5 Water St., ---

by pressed Mrs. Waters forward Howe to greet, and the the guests newly I her new a home.happy and useful life in her 6-10-Gtc New York, N. Y. I '' '%.__ E Patton's Pratt & Lambart's Velumina,"61"the Floor Modern Varnish Wall

wedded pair. I The out of town guests were Mr, "i
The bride's gown was white char- and Mrs. Richard P. Marks Mr. and Want anything? Ask for it through .I4 1 .I'! 't'\ Finish.
ineuse, simply made, with heavy Mrs. S. R. Marks. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
ed skirt of established ankle cord-I Arnold, Mr. II. V. Arnold and Mr.\ Ed- TODAY Sentinel "Wants. COLEMAN & KHAN
court train hanging from the shoul-j. win mold, of Jacksonville: Miss I
ders and _a lovely tulle veil, most artistically Anne Beggs, Miss Lilla Fraleigh. of I.
- and becomingly arrangedover Madison, and Mrs. T. A. Neal, of San- ,
the brow with clusters of orange
blossoms, and the bouquet was of ford.The wedding gifts were numerous,
bride roses with a shower effect of valuable and handsome coming from "THE DANCER"A FRANK A. CURTIS \VlwPI R. O'MAL,
valley lilies. Always a cordial and California, Montana, New England,
attractive young lady, Miss Slemonswas and many other states. One large feature in three parts. A
never prettier than in her bridal Thom was filled with cut glass, silver Established
robe.Mrs. china, pictures, embroidered linen, special feature. No advance in 1886
W. M. Slemons was very hand- and many articles useful and orna-
some in a pale lavender silk with a mental for the furnishing of the new price.
corsage bouquet of Killarney roses home.
and valley lilies. Mrs. Arnold's gown
was grey chiffon over rose silk, with SOCIETY NOTES CURTIS & O'NEAL
cameos as ornaments and she also OF INTEREST.At .
wore a corsage bouquet of Killarneyroses an interesting meeting Wednesday -
and lilies. "WHEN CUPID CROSSEDTHE
valley afternoon a new card club was
Mrs. Waters Howe was the hostessof organized at the home of Mrs. Blythe; INSURANCE LOANS
the evening and was attractive and Watson by several of Orlando's social BAY"Nestor
girlish in a lovely white pussy willow leaders. The name of the new organization "
taffeta with garniture of real Valen- is to be the Eola Card Club, Comedy. "Nuf Sed.
ciennes lace which was first worn by and "five hundred" is designated as REAL ESTATE RENTALS
her grandmother.Mrs. the "official" game of the club. The
Richard Marks, sister of the I I I initial meeting was very enthusiastic,
bride, was handsomely gowned in embroidered all of the members manifesting great
chiffon over silk with silver I (Continued in fourth column)
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SEND DELEGATION TO ORLANDO OSCEOLA COUNTY IS LAYING CONGRESSMAN SEARS LEFT AUTO BANDITS GET S8.500 IN A NEW YORK AND RETURN
PLANS TO ASSURE YESTERDAY FOR MIAMI DAYLIGHT ROBBERY IX
HIGHWAY AND" HOME NEW YORK
..--.r At a called meeting of the board of r

trade yesterday morning the Gulf Kissimmee, Fla.-Osceola county is Jacksonville.-Congressman Wm. J. New York.-Another daylight hold- i $35.00VIA
Coast Dixie highway was the subjectof already laying plans to cinch the Sears, of Kissimmee, who has been in up, this time by automobile bandits, |
Dixie Jacksonville for the few who robbed two men on their way in j
action. A committee had visited western route of the highway past days,
and already plans for the asking of was asked last night for his opinionof a buggy ot deposit money in a bank, I
Mr. Saxon, of the Dixie Highway bids for the construction of a brick the possible effect of the resignation took place in New York today. The'
:, Commission, in Tallahassee, and the road from Kissimmee to"the Orange of Secretary of State William J. robbers got away with a satchel

president of the board was also' in county line are being laid. Followingthe I Bryan.; In reply: Congressman Sears I taining $8,500. con-I "CLYDE LINE"r
bricking of the highway from the I hesitated for a moment and said: The victims ware George A.
.
receipt of letters from Mr. Saxon.It Osceola capital to the border line of f "Not being familiar with the rea- t tardt, cashier, and Thomas J. ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM JACKSONVILLEFare
was agreed that the Dixie high- Orange county the county sons for Secretary Bryan's resignation ,: superintendent of a branch office of
way meeting in Orlando to be held on sioners will do grading and commis-I I do not care to make any state- the Borden Condensed Milk company, I includes meals and stateroom berth
of the road, ment at this time regarding the effectof who were driving through a sparsely
the 10th inst., was of such impor- improvement Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship
settled district of the Bronx to
tends from the city limits of Kissimmee ]I the resignation except that I have deposit
tance as to require a delegation from to St. Cloud. I unlimited confidence in President Wilson collections. They were held up by Final Return Limit October 31st
Perry, and it was also agreed that the At a meeting of the board of county and I am satisfied that whatever three armed men, who after beating:
Perry body should urge Monticelloand commissioners, H. C. Stanford, j jV I action he might take would be for the them and taking the satchel, ran CHARLESTON EXCURSIONSWrite
resident of the Kissimmee boadr of best interests of the country." across a foot bridge over the New
Tallahassee to send delegations.The for schedule and further particularsH.
trade; J. W. Prentis, secretary of the I Mr. Sears continued to say that he York Central tracks, entered an auto-
people of Tallahassee and Mon- same board; Senator E. A. Donegan?I thought the situation too critical forpublic mobile and escaped. I G. 'YE ZEI. Florida Passenger Agent

ticello are solid' for the Gulf Coast and Sam Branner, vice-president of I meA to rush into print with ex- Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty.
route and it is believed that Commis- the St. Cloud board of trade appeared nressions of opinion when there was a Miss Laura Wyman will leave toMorrow I
before the body to advocate the Kis- probability th:-t such statements afternoon for Orlando, where I Jacksonville, Florida
will favor such route.
sioner Saxon simmee-St. Cloud Melbourne: route 1 j world eri:!.arrass the president and she will remain till the latter part of I
South Florida] commercial and good of the Dixie highway. The commission | the cabinet officials now dealing with the month. She will be the guest of j -

roads organizations and newspapers was urged to lay plans for the i I the diplomatic questions that confrci t Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Tenny.-Cra- 11111111111111
apparently seem to think the road improvement of this route immediately the country. I I dentown Journal. i ii i J 111111111 Ii 1111 U 111111111111111111111 1
so that it might be cinched. i 2
will be established from Lake City

south but if the committees keep r
DENTISTS: 1-" .\IJE TAMPA: rot
busy and can make the right kind of THEIR ANNUAL GATHERING | ,. INERCIilL REFRIGERATORSStone

showing at Orlando on the 10th thereis I
no doubt that the Gulf Coast route Tampa, Fla.-The annual meeting,: I j
of the Florida Dental Association is ]
the official Lined Made of .\sh with Raided Beveled
will be chosen as one. Heavy Pant-l
to be held in the Pass-a-Grille hotel i
Jeff L. Davis has been sent to Old this week and last night the Atlantic j i

Town, Eugene and Cross City to cre- Coast Line railroad took fifteen of (I
and action in the Jacksonville teeth extractors on H
ate sentiment secure
its No. 83, which left there at 9:30
regard to the road crossing lower La- I
o'clock. Quite a delegation] : from At- E-r .:
fayette. Eugene C. Calhoun will go lanta and other points in Georgia and :;

to Newberry and Clay Parker will go Florida arrived in Tampa. I .

to Trenton to get the citizens of those

places lined up-Taylor County Her- RETURNED FROM AN EXTENDED

ald. TRIP I j d 'A, Message I IRLAttiDO

:Mr. C. E. Johnson returned ;) i
To the BusinessMen
day afternoon over the Atlantic
FINAL CALL CAME FOR OMER "ester-I
Line from a trip to the Golden
DORAN of OrlandoA j
durinir which time he visited Solid Brass \irkel-platrd Lever Locks
ama-Pacific and the San Diego expo
Omer Doran, one of Shelbyville's' sitions. Mr. Johnson also visited many young doctor, making a start in a small town, decided that to be prosperoushe Cut showing Corner Section and Method of Construction.The .
must look He bought a new buggy and two good; orses. Althoughhe
points of historic fame en route to prosperous. 'latest for the of food is made
of granite ;
widely known business men, died of a receptacle sior..je -
he the his
had only a few patients always kept on jump attending to patients'smallest
California and returning home. lie wood, tcne. It is the inside i wood iiI
a composition applied to -
of diseases at 10:50 notice this doctor about and
complication needs. People began to young driving town
enjoyed the trip immensely but ing of the refrigerator (to the thickness of one-half inch) when in
looked and He his
, o'clock this morning at his home, 168 they called him because he busy prosperous. got start-a start
seemed greatly pleased to reach Or-
led comfortable practice.A a soft plastic state. During the drying; process it is worked downto
that to a
West Broadway. Had he lived till the lando. a smooth even surface which in a short time cures out very hard
town, like this doctor, must look prosperous to be prosperous.
tenth of this month he would have and tough. It is then treated to three coats of the best hard drying
been forty-seven ;years old. Mr. Do- LAKE COUNTY TO BUILD THIRTY Clean streets, attractive store windows well-painted buildings and dwellings enamel to give it the clean, snowy white appearance.It .
ran's death was not unexpected, as he MILES OF SAND ASPHALT II I give the prosperous air. Well-painted buildings are greatest of these. will not break; it will not leak; it will not rust; it will not .
ROAD AT ONCE absorb dampness or germs. It has no seams, therefore, it can have
had been in failing health for more m
Eustis, Fla.-The Lake county boardof i i no cracks, no crannies to harbor uncleaniness, there is nothing,: to
than a year and had been unable to commissioners late yesterday afternoon Dutch Boy Atlantic White Leadand interrupt or dimish the original,: circulation of cold air which is a
leave his bed for five months. He returned awarded contract for thirty feature of this celebrated refrigerator.Note ,: '
to his home here on May 21, miles of sand-asphalt road to the Con- II i the round corners at the back and bottom; the mnnnei! i i i
after having spent four months at tinental Public Works company of I which the drain pipe through the bottom is embedded in the material -
Orlando, Fla., and after arrival here New York city. Mexican natural as- Dutch Boy linseed oil make a most durable and protective paint that keeps i the method by which the material is brought to the etlsrc of
there was never a time that his death phalt is to be used on the work, which buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and the door casing as well as the front of the bottom, in this manner
was not momentarily expected. will he started at once and completedin tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get in touch with your 1 1I sealing the entire lining in one solid seamless piece.
While he was in Florida he was aguest 175 days.OFFICER I dealer in the interests of prosperity. There is no lurking place] for germs; no entrance-way for saturated -
at the home of his sister, Mrs. : NATIONAL LEAD COMPANYaOtooAUForAH air: no toll taken from theory; the circulation of air
Elijah Hand, and she started here to- CARTER WILL GUARD works on the latest day of use as effectively] and as purely' a-- (.n
day for the funeral. Mr. Doran had BRICK ROADS the first day of trial. The difficulties of former days have bt-vn
been in the drug business here for overcome, and an economy has been attained in expense, in tae,
some time.-Shelbyville Democrat of At the request of the contractorsthe in comfort and in health so extensive that it cannot be computed.
2nd. county has detailed deputy J. C.
Carter to guard the roads which are Absolutely Seamless-Positive Circulation-Round Corners.
now in process of construction in the $
ABOUT TnInTYFlVEFTER northern part of the county. So much : '
TilE JOB I | OSCAR HAND & SON \
damage has been done that the con- : I : '

Up to the present time about thirty- tractors protection were, and forced it is hoped to request that this this I BOTH EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT

civil five have service made examination application for to the take posi-the annoyance will now cease. i For tickets, reservations, descriptive literature, and Complete House Furnishers

tion of clerk-carrier in the Orlando i i full information 'phone, wire or write to
and it is expected that be- Mrs. J. A. Hendry returned this I H. C. BRETNEY Florida
postoffice, Passenger Agent ..1111111111111111 a 1111I111111II11 1I111II11111111111 ,. I .
fore the date for the examination a. morning from Orlando, where she LOUISVILLE '
number of other applications will be went to visit her mother, also to meet & NASHVILLE RAILROAD
received. her brother, of the United States : 134 West Bay Street ( Bell Phone 167)) Jacksonville, Fla. I'
The examination will be held next navy News., who is on a furlough.-Arcadia i 1- Let Us Plan Your T.ur and Arrange Details Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

Saturday.. and the successful. applicants ? -
will fill vacancies in the office -
as they may occur. During the fall
and winter season several clerks and \
carriers are added to the force.


PARIS IS READING MORE THAN The Orlando Meat MarketT.

EVER .

A. YANCY. Manager
Paris.-This city is reading much
-
more than it did a year ago, despitethe
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
is less
population numerous by

several hundred thousand. Statisticsof Florida and Western Meats

the municipal lending libraries .

show that the number of books taken Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables,'Game, Etc. A Wise GrowerREMARKED

out in the first four months of this

year was over 13,000 more than the Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders I

figure for the corresponding monthsof IARKED-
Business (135 P. 0. BOX :226
1914. PHONES { I
Residence ,133 Cor Orange Ave. and Church St. "There is in Chase
The quality has changed, too. I one thing & Co.s advertisementswhich

There is a slump in fiction. In the I should be noticed, and which should appeal to

first six weeks of the war nobody every intelligent grower-that Chase & Co. do not solicit

bothered to read romances. After the i S business on sentimental pleas or by claiming that they
battle of the Marne demand for fiction
i I will do "this
or that" next year-THEY STAND ON
increased, but still remained under -
the i THEIR RECORD OF THIS AND PREVIOUS SEASONS.
Science and
average. history, ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

especially military history, are now CORRESPONDENCE INVITED

the favorites, while there is a great

call for books on Russia, England, I
Servia and Italy. SHEET METAL CO. CHASE & CO.

I

r Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included A. T. Harper Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos SINCE 1884
Savannah: Frances W. Perry, MARKETING AGENTS FOR
r Fort :Myers; Walter S. Turner Cap-
t tiva; R. G. Collier, Estero; E. Wilker- and Rubber RoofingsCornices GROWERS, SHIPPERS, AND ASSOCIATIONS
r son, Bonita Springs; L. P. Dickie, T.
1 Ed. Bryan, L. A. Gabel Tampa; J. A. Skylights. Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings
,
, Miller, W. D. Martin, Jr., H. T. How- ,
f ard J. S. Arnold Jr., L. C. McCub- f
i bin, John W. Wildman, Leo Tyler; T. '
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
" O. Rouse, Jr.. Jacksonville; A. A.
r Huber, New York; H. B. Dwyer, At-
lanta; O. W. Conner, Tangerine; Don

f. O. Wilson Detroit.


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:# PEAS! PEAS! PEAS!
Number Laths and shingles
:
SENTINEL C US B4 U BUY. All kind at Jie: ARCADE
right prices. Wright Seed Sto-e.

k WANTSThe 6-9-43tc

/ WIlY NOT CALL TilE PLUMBER MILK
4 1ORIANDO before the doctor and let him put
t your plumbing in sanitary condition.Call .
phone 597. Sallas & Sallas.
Morning Sentinel Want G-9-Gt DEPOTBUTTER
: Directory is the Greatest Want
; Ad Medium in Orlando. JUST RECEIVED large shipment of
fresh cocoanuts. 5 and 10 cents
) Terms Cash in Advance.RATES each. Wright Seed Store.

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime G-9-Jt-eod:

For One Day ______________25t I MILK .
For Three Days ____________50c The want ad.'s the thing.USE I Fresh
.v. S'. T_, ..- ----- '- Every Day
or -- '
ays' ---------------a.c
For One Month ____________$2.30) 5c. per glass
This rate applies on all ads <*' 23c.; per gallon
:25 words or less. If the ad con ; CREAM AND MILK
E WANT YOU TO GET PERFECT tains more than 23; words the ra.i > BUTTER
will be one cent per word f--- I
each additional word for each In- G ECOINSECTICIDE Fresh Homemade
W sertion.If SANDWICHESPIES
GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to ,. AND CAKESMILK
-- the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable: the following day.

. t ? Every Home-Every Business-
in and around houseto ARCADE DEPOTMRS.
Every Man has use for a your'
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OUR DESIRE MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS,
FOR SALE MOTHS MITES ANTS AND E. M. PARRY
,
Very nearly every gas consumer is our satisfied

friend. We want satisfied customers-patrons who will FOR SALE-A good cypress row- ALL OTHER INSECTS

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. G-S-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 ADVICE 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
To bring about this desirable condition, the Company: 6-9-tf up by the graduate Davenport College, 17 and
advises its to do with the obsolete 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
. gas consumers away FOR SALE-Studebaker] touring car, ORLANDO 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of 5 passenger, in good condition; extra G. S. C. CO., FLORIDA being restored to health by chiro-
The appliance industry has advanced as equipment; extra tire; exceptionalvalue practic adjustments, the new scienceof
progress. gas Pi O. Box Phone 341
285
Cheap. Geo. A. Baas. removing the cause of disease. Examination -
t wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you 5-8-lmoc Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com- free. 1224lmoOSTEOPATH

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

Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew I & Bnindaai
FOR RENT: DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- OSTEOPATHS lice corner Orange Avenue and
operation and extraordinary in features of economy. mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. Personal instructicn under Dr. Still Church: St.. Davis &: McNeil Bldg.
We offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiest Yancey. 3-28-tIc at Kirksville, Mo. Phone 419.Limes.

..of terms.ORLANDO. FOR RENT-Furnished five room 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
flat close in, flowers and garden, National Bank. Phone 578.
to couple without children, for sum-
mer months. Reply "Pat," care of
Sentinel. G-4-Gt* PHONE 646 Limes!

WANTED For Eight Cylinder Cadillac Limes!

WATER & LIGHT CO WANTED-Good milch cow, also one FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
two-horse wagon. Must be light
and in good condition. Call on G. P. IURNARD & SON Just received a shipment of

GAS DEPARTMENT Featherstun Lake Holden, or addressP. I 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. Florida Limes. Drink Limeade
O. Box 87. 6-8-3t
12-10-lm during the warm weather.

I WANTED-Sweet potato slips. Any
.1 variety,but must not be mixed. Will
-.. pay $1.25 per thousand at my packing
house in Pine Castle. Fred M. Pres- Orlando Wood Yard Pine ApplesWe
ton. 6-3-d&w-tf

WANTED-To rent house by the Removed from Pine St. two blocks get Pineapples fresh each
Must be modern, have '
year. sleep Washington day.
north on Railroad west end -
ing porch, about five or six rooms,and
must be well located, close in. State St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat

location Resident,and care rent the in Sentinel.answer. Address 5-25-tf all times. Remember the Groceries you

SOUTH" APOPKH SUPPLY CO. WANTED POSITION-A young man order from us come from a clean

_ department having fifteen stores years desires experience position in B. W. KINGSLEY' I sanitary store.

where ability and merit would war- I
WINTER GARDEN FLA. rant advancement. Best references. PHONE 311DON'T -
Address "Y," care Sentinel. 4-28-tf
CARUTHERS & GORE
LOST-One bicycle wheel, between --
Oakland and Ocoee. Re-:vard. Please
, return to Morton Jones & Son, bus

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

TO ECHANGE-For house and lot
' and New in Orlando, 'lake front, 1 mile from Phone 200
thing to eat wear. things railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
set to budded trees two years ago; 3
and good things always Give acres unimproved; extra good land. 6 and 8 East Pine St
us Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc If you are disappointedabout

getting a new Eas-
trial. Umbrellas recovered and repaired
a "while you wait," at Young's Repair ter Suit,we can put your
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc old one in good condi-

TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse tion for just such occas $ 40.
70
repairs of all kinds done ions.
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty' ;

SOUTH" APOPKA SUPPLY COMPANY door garages frames, office made fixtures to order.; window Get and our ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY.. TO

prices. 18 East Church street. A
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
and customers that I am working at
J the Arcade Barber Shop and will appreciate -
their business. AND RETURN
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REDUCED RATES on lessons in art Cut Flowers From ORLANDO

and dressmaking, through the sum-
Pure Ice Crearr1 mer. Can do a limited amount of VIA
dress making during dull season.
Miss Echols. 505 South Main. and Plants

6-5-6tc Atlantic Coast LineStandard

To reduce our stock as much as possible Floral
t When you want PURE ICE by the 15th, will give a discountof Designs
For Partyyou Railroad of the South
CREAM call for HAND'S. If 25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store. Ham- -
don't believe that we take Club mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
Tickets sold daily. Final limit -
the greatest care in its
mane11e make our Ice Cream from PLAIN SEWING-Specialty on un-
facture come up and watch us tubercular Church SocialSchool derwear: reasonable prices. Call at Violet Dell Florist October 31st. Slop-otiers.
tested cows. All *
make it. You will be surprisedat 20 West Pine. 6-10-6t Variable routes.
cans, moulds and everything SocialLodge
the care every detail is given.
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB
For reservations call
on
used in the manufacture of our J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
Any kind you want, any time D. W. WHITE D. T. A.
want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- Located in the Arcade BuildingAll 509. 408 South Lake St.
you PicnicOrder W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
ized. work guaranteed and neatly -
from a quart up. Orlando
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

f time. old clothes made new.
Ice Cream w
PHONE 375WestJefferson
A
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Street -'

pressed _____________40c. Successor to $
All Palm Beaches scrubbed

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

Mohair suits pressed ______25c. DR. L. H. RAMSDELlOPTOMETRIST
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of.AII Kinds l

PHONE 566 W a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE r ORLANDO FLORIDA
Jefferson Street Clothes called for and delivered. VE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
REASONABLE PRICE I
AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING
Phone 613. OP11CAI

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL

_
"Let's meet at Butt's."
HOW ARE
B = YOU FIXED?
: Mrs B G. Abernethy left yesterday -
afternoon for Tampa where she "
illisit her daughter, Mrs. E. V.
Whittaker.


Mr W. R. Fuller, one of the progressive Eh 1 a
citizens of Tampa, was (t:
Lk 6
among the prominent Floridians
NCJEL) spending yesterday in Orlando.

The St. Charles Hotel will remain

G-10-3tc open. Special summer rates. U _


1:, .. Mrs. Mary Sallas, who has been _
t visiting friends and relatives in Orlando i
left yesterday for Jacksonvillewhere
she will spend some time.

=--.d -
Bndertown was represented in Or- --- ) =--- ,,
:ando yesterday by the following well 1
known citizens who came to attend t
"Do not put off for tomor- the Dixie highway meeting: Messrs. 4- VHE.dfu
what should do to- A. F. \V>man, George: B. Wallace, A.
row you J. Bear and H. F. Tabor.
slam ZttiL lb anti
: day"-for tomorrow never u

comes! "Let's meet at Butt's." .& {tomt; a, 3art taCeoumt.: '

Miss Mary Allen expects to leave (
:. Doing is the great thing. The mans shortly for a stay of several days in cto-is t kin twat
Jacksonville, having come to be pres-
_- who acts accomplishes. It may be ent at the Graham-Bowjer wedding,
too late if you wait. Why not deposit which was an event of Tuesday.-
Times-Union. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRSTTO
a dollar today and start on the
HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO
Marion was represented at
acticve road to prosperitythousands county
the Central highway gathering in BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
are traveling happily that way. Orlando' yesterday by twenty-five of
BELONG TO YCU.
Put aside a little a week and see how her representative citizens, headed byJ
D. Rooney, secretary of the Ocala YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORTANY
easily, faithfully and steadily your board of trade.
ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.WE .
account F
grows. The St. Charles Hotel will remain WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU. .
open. Special summer rates.
THE STATE BANKOF 10-5tc; BANK WITH US f

Misses Minna Harris and Elbeth
ORLANDO, FLORIDA :Mulholland returned yesterday: after- WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line
from Tallahassee where they have:
been Women.attending the State College for The Peoples National BanK


Ex-Governor Albert W. Gilchrist, of "IT IS A PLEASURE!.SERVE YOU."
Punta Gorda, candidate for United
---- -- States senator, was among the nota-
bles arriving in Orlando jesterday.He ..
will spend today hobnobbing with

ARE YOU DRINKING the voters.

. "Let's meet at Butt's. ...' 4 a4. 'I"'III"'t'I"I'lglrll..te'lrlt"1..OIDI.I..i ,


ilessrs. II. D. and Edwin Arnold,


Jacksonville brother Frnmirert terday to Mr.attend,young John arrived the S.business wedding.in Arnold Orlando of men J>'..their H.-;and of THE NEW PA? TWIN-SIX

Elder Spring Miss event Antoinette occurred Slemons last evening, which happy AWKAfl


Mr. T. A. Goode, a prominent insurance -
man of Bartovv, was among
the delegates attending the Central] FULLY
Highway Association meeting in this EQUIPPEDThe
city yesterday, and incidentally to
nay a visit to his sister, Mrs. 11. E.
Ivey, C04 East South street. I

: Water ? The St. Charles Hotel will remain best value ever producedin

1 open.G-IO-itc Special summer rates.

high grade MOTOR CARS
i :Mr. P. W. Collins, editor and manager -
of the Chronicle, Summerfield
'
f was among the visitors to Orlando
yesterday. lie was a member of the
Marion county delegation attending For Orlando .
i the meeting of the Central Highway

A pure, sparkling, thirst- Association in Orlando jesterday $2,725.00 H

Mr. A. F. Wjman, of Bradentown,
on the Manatee river, who was a dele-.
quenching spring water.
[ gate to the Dixie highway meeting in
this city yesterday, will remain in the
city today to attend the Citrus Exchange -
t Look for it in the homes you member.meeting, of which he is a Sold By H


E visit. I My residence phone is TCo. 52 3-R.
t Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf San Juan Garage Company

Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Phillips have returned -
, to Orlando after an absence of .IIIII.II II.II.IIIIIIIII..IIIII..III..IIIIIIIIIII111111.111.11..11" '11111
t some days. Mr. Phillips has been to
Atlanta in the interest of the Orlando
CALL UPv Auto Supply company, while Mrs
Phillips visited relatives in Gaines- -
ville, Fla. r;


r W.\ \WRIGHT\ Plane n 444And da callers Mr.the. Seminole P Sanford at B the Haynes Herald Sentinel, business, was office among managerof yester-the THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

sent
) quite a delegationhere
to attend the Central Highway persons of wealth select a corporate -. -
-
order Association, andIr.. Haynes was executor because they know it insures t< ,
place your today county.'Let's among. the forty-three from that faithful and capable performance of the I x -;

trusts they create. H .
A
,, -- -- meet at Butt's.ir. ." Whether the estate be large or of moderate z "
atMIIMIIHilllMtllltilllllll *** size, it is to the interest of both = k. -
:\ August Nathan, who has been yourself and heirs to name this Company -J"
spending six months out of the year as executor and Trustee. y
in Orlando for some time left yesterday -
for Clifton, N. J., where he will The Records of our Trusts are convinc4 4:; 't' f t
remain during the summer months. ing evidence of the community's confi-
Mr :Xathan's family preceded him
r
north some days ago. They expect to dence in our capabilities. ,
return early in the fall.
Valuable Diamond LostHow WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? ,

Mr. W. T. Haizlip, cashier of the
Florida Citrus Exchange, with head- Because of the necessity for efficient
quarters in Tampa, arrived in Orlando banking organizations to care for the fidu-
yesterday and will participate in the Trust has developed
ciary business, Company -
the
big gathering of citrus :
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- ', ', which will be held in this city growers today.Mr. in half a centuI'}", the highest type ;

suit of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry ', ', Haizlip spent several years in of banking institution.
Orlando and is receiving a cordial
by having it examined at our store at least once every 11 welcome from many friends. Primarily chartered to handle trusts, .

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof I the Trust Companies of the United States e r1. 1

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing ', ,' John Boone, of Orlando, was in have developed such efficiency that not one 't >
in shop thereby saving time middleman's '. \ town yesterday on his return from an cent of trust funds committed to their
our you and a auto trip to Arcadia and other pointsto
profit. A trial will convince you. the south. He is on his way hometo care have been lost through failures. i
Orlando. :Miss Lena Galloway and : Have investigated the service of
Miss Nannie Lee Turner will at'comI I you l j f t k I I
pany him to Orlando, where they will i i this institution,
visit among relatives and friends for i
several days.-Morning Star, Lake- I



T. H. EVANS,. land.Lakeland Monday from and evening Tampa Bartow,about,Manatee and sixty from druggists ri'er Fort- Oflaildo n Bank & Trust t ill any t I


JEWELER"illlllliilllllMIIMIM Mjers, Punta Gorda, Arcadia and
other points in the southern part of I ORLANDO FLORIDA 1
the state will arrive in Orlando to *
spend the night. They will be ten- f
dered a luncheon and smoker that Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
evening at the San Juan hotel. The Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. '
druggists are en route to Atlantic /
Beach, where they will attend the I t '
..I 1"1 -a -- .II'. Florida Druggists' Association. JJ.JyAc.




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