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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 14, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (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, TUESDAY, JUNE 13; 191:>. NUMBER: 106.




BRYAN'S RESIGNATION UPSETS WILSON






LEADERS WHO SCENT POLITICAL WAR



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EFFORT TO OF CHECK-IN ADMINISTRATION PARTY: DISSENSION RUSSIAN LINES ARE SHATTERED AND Brief Ticked Bulletins Off Wire I -,2508111 CARANO 1"






.. BRYAN ASKED-NOT TO MAKE WAR TEUTONS=-- =--- AGAIN-- MENACE-LEMBERG At 493,691LES Late Hour 1 EMPLOYES STRIKE TYING


Washington, D. C.-Cotton used
Will Be Approached and Re- anti-Bryan members of the Demo- STUNNING REVERSE BE- ,
dL.ing May was 493,697 bales exclusive -
quested to Use Influencein cratic party, his selection as head of FALLS RUSSIANS WHO of linters with 460,744
compared
the executive committee, which dominates .
Guarding Against in May last year, the census bureau UP MilliONS IN CHICAGO
the national committee, is opposed LOSE 16,000 MEN I.
I ,announced today. During the ten
1916 Split by Bryan, and his further promotion I I months ending May 31 cotton used I
i'I will !
to the full chairmanship !
LITTLE TO REPORT WEST FRONT 4,585,622 bales, against 4,731,000
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Washington June 14.-The admin- give that statesman particular offense II
I in the same period the previous year. DEATH OF AUGUST MOREMANMr.
according to Mr. Bryan's ALL DAY YESTERDAY NOTA
istration has begun a systematic effort spe- {

to prevent the resignation of Mr. cial friends. Terrific Fighting Which Gives MOVING FROM TRIESTE II SINGLE C'AH WHEEL
The fact that friction has already I August Moreman, sit< year old,
from the cabinet developinginto via Paris.The of
Bryan French Gains in Groundsand Rome governor :MOVED
:developed can not be ignored I and the died at his home in the Lake Howell
Trieste has transferred his residence
a split in the Democratic party. charge is made that Mr. Bryan seized Spirits-Other neighborhood yesterday morning at 9
The Wilson leaders scent a defection the first to retire, In order I to Adelsberg. The chamber of com-
which interfere with his renomi- i pretext War News merce has been transferred to Vienna o'clock. He leaves a wife and several I ONLY ONE CASE OF RIOTINGSympathizers
may i that he might begin a campaign that
children to mourn his loss. He was
nation as their chieftain in 1916, or i! would make the renomination of Wili and the Trieste treasury has been sent
London, June 14.-The Russian to Lebiana.YESTERDAY'S. one of the pioneer settlers of the
at least prevent his re-election. i son impossible. The return of :Mr. t Stone Car at 12th
and held in high esteem
was
the administration is lines have been shattered on a front country
Outwardly indicates the
Lynch to Washington 43 miles northwest Mosciska and by all who knew him. The funeral Street and Two Detectives
seeking to minimize the importance of seriousness of the situation and the RESULTS
j will be conducted from Lake Howell
the Teutonic allies are again
Mr. Bryan's defection. As a matterof need of conferences with a leader I sweeping Injured, OtherwiseNo
towards Lemberg as a result of church this morning at 10 o'clock. The
fact, however, it is known that the :'equal to cope with it. National League Disorder
Methodist minister from Kissimmeewill
administration is deeply concernedover Already some of the big men in the I this stunning reverse. Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia
To the north the Slavs according I conduct the services. Undertaker
the political consequences which party are coming out boldly for the official received here Cincinnati 5, New York 5; called Hand of Orlando has charge of the I I Chicago, June 14.-This city is crippled -
to an statement
may come out of Mr. Bryan's leavingthe president as against :Mr. Bryan. I because of darkness.St. funeral arrangements. I tonight by a strike involving
cabinet, and the inauguration of tonight from Vienna, are already retreating Louis 1, Brooklyn 2.
14,250: elevated and surface car em-
his propaganda against the presi- THE WEATHER 'I from their positions around Chicago-Boston, rain. s s s a s s. s s s s s s s ployes that tied up every surface car
dent's foreign policy. I Mosciska and southeast of that place American League
Florida: Generally fair Tuesday sixteen thousand prisoners have fallen l- CHEESeEEIJED: TO MAKE and practically every elevated trail.
Emissaries have been sent to Mr. New York 12-5, St. Louis 7-4.
and I STRONG riGIIT BY Except for one or two elevat
Wednesday. into the hands of the Austro-Ger-
Bryan by the president's close friendsto I Philadelphia 1, Detroit 2.
I ITALY trains!' operated on the south side! "I.t
urge him not to make a politicalwar II I I man forces. Boston 4, Cleveland 1. ''a wheel moved on any surface or "L"
the Furthermore e s s a s s s s s s s s s s a -
upon president. Washington 2, Chicago 4.
lines from four o'clock this morning
New York.-The sprightly Gor-
party leaders have been orderedto GOVERNMENT: OF AUSTRIATO Results on West Front Federal League
: gonzola.' like the aromatic mothball when the last cars went to the barns.
get in touch with the Bryan followers -I. SEIZE ENTIRE London, June 14.-While big guns No games played.
will soon find its place in Late tonight but one case of rioting
all over the country and persuade I HARVEST are fighting a duel of great intensity Southern League
had occurred. Two detectives
American if the war is were
them not to countenance a par- Geneva, Switzerland.-Informa- along the whole western front from Nashville 3, Memphis 2. museums
I. ended .\ cable slightly injured when sympathizersstoned
ty split, no matter what turn the con- tion has reached here from Vienna the sea to the Aisne, infantry actions Mobile 6, Birmingham 3. not soon. message
a car at the Twelfth' street !'sta
from Italy yesterday to A. B. Fa-
troversy between Mr. Bryan and the :; to the effect that the war !are being fought under cover of artil- Atlanta 8, New Orleans 6.
sola & cheese of tion.
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president over the president's foreign : grain committee of the Austrian lery fire with alternate gains on both Chattanooga-Little Rock, too wet. importers I
No. 9-: River street Hoboken,
announces -
policy may take. government has announced that it sides. South Atlantic League
that the Italian TWENTY-THREE BAPTIZED BY
The determination of the adminis- I. will take under its control the en- At the Yser the Belgians have. Savannah 9, Jacksonville 2. government -
has DR. E. T. POULSONAll
tration is to put none but Wilson men tire harvest soon to be gathered. pushed across the river and have cap- Columbus 1, Augusta 0. placed an embargo on

on guard, as seen by the election of With the exception of sufficient tured the German blockhouse near I Macon 5, Charleston 1. all cheese exportations during the

Fred B. Lynch as national committeeman I grain to feed the rural population Dixmude from which the Teutons I Albany 6, Columbia 5. war.This the services at the Baptist

from Minnesota, to the chair- i. the entire crop will be. have been unable to expel them. means also that Gorgon- i church Sunday were largely attenled,

manship of the executive committeeat I. bought by the state. About Lorette, and directly east of A STRANGER KILLED ON RAIL- zola's younger brother,Parmesan, I especially in the evening when Dr.

a meeting in this city recently. It j. The committee has given orders that town, the French have pressed I i ROAD TRACKS is likely to be put in the curio i Poulson administered baptism to 23

is believed eventually that Lynch will that no false reports concerning forward capturing German earth-i class along with several other I candidates. This is the largest num-
members of the cheese ber receive
to at time in
be made chairman of the national i I. the condition of crops are to be works. Immediately south they were Ocala, Fla.-A white man was family. baptism one
.ss .s .s.s..sss the history of the local church.
Democratic committee I! circulated. forced to give ground before the Ger- found dead on the Atlantic Coast Line
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As Lynch is one of the aggressive 1 1 * man advance. tracks in this city Friday night in -

Further south the French bent the the rear of the Elks club. Orlando On Map Not Only In

On To Welcome German line at a sharp angle, pene- : He was identified by cards and let-

Way Druggists trating for a depth of more than 150 ters on his person as J. A. Barton, of I

I yards. At the "Labyrinch" further Lakeland, and was supposed to have I Florida But Along Park Row

Sears Discusses Bryan Case progress has been made by the been a barber. He was between 35 --

French. and 40 years of age.CONFED'RATE. ,
-- Orlando is always getting on the I I I We left Washington on May 29 for

Hon. Joe Sears, congressman from I Sears stated that the president, the map in one way or another. Now Baltimore Md., where we arrived at

this district joined a special committee ,!cabinet, the entire official family at ELKS OBSERVE FLAG DAY MONUMENTNILLNOTBEMOVED comes the New York World (Satur- 1:10 a. m., after another day's ride in

of the Orlando Board of Trade Washington, and the entire country day) with a short "story" about the the rain. Spent Sunday here on account -

yesterday and motored to Kissimmee.The I did not want or desire war in any '.. two Orlando young men who are "bik- of the rain.

members of the local trade body manner, shape or form. "Peace at i APPROPRIATELY Y I ing" it to the Pacific coast. Leaving Baltimore we arrived at

met and piloted into Orlando the tour- any price is what Washington wants" I Orlando was duly plastered over Wilmington, Delaware' at 9 a. m.,

ing druggists from the southern por- said the congressman, "and that is the state last week and at about the after a day's tire trouble. The next

tion of the state who are en route to I what Wilson is going to have. If the Lengthy Program Rendered- U. D. C. by Unanimous Vote : same time Messrs. See and Warman I stop was'at Philadelphia, where for

the annual Pharmaceutical conventionat president comes through the present Eighth Anniversary Observed Decides to Leave Monument : blew into Park Row and at the Pulit- the first time I arrived ahead of Mr.

Atlantic City. {and future situations as I believe hewill by Banquet at Its Present zer building announced they were Warman.

En route to Kissimmee Mr. Sears I there will be no opposition to his Last Night LocationA from Orlando. The first day here it rained, the sec-

was questioned concerning the Bryan :candidacy in 1916." The reporter who touched off the ond the weather broke, and I spent

resignation. He declared that it was I' It was Mr. Sear's opinion that if Yesterday afternoon, beginning at called meeting of the Annie Cole- story referred to Orlando as a"place." I I part of the third day seeing some of

not exactly a surprise as he had anticipated I j Wilson emerged from the present cri- It's more than that even if all of''I the sights at the natural science department -
5 o'clock the Orlando Lodge 1079, man Chapter of the U. D. C. met yesterday !
trouble before this. He also !; sis with flying colors and a successful Orlando could comfortably squeeze of Pennsylvania University.On .
declared, between bumps, that if Mr. i solution of the present acute situation B. P. O. E., celebrated "flag day" with at the home of Miss Mary into one of several dozen Gotham sky- the fourth day I visited the homeof

Bryan was as big a man as he {was found that Mr. Bryan and his fol- I the appropriate and interesting exer- Robinson, president, and considered a scrapers. Betsy floss on Artist street, also

thought he was or as others consid- i I lowers would have great difficulty in I II cises which were prescribed for the letter from the Woman's Civic Leagueof The clipping from the World follows i visited Independence Hall, where I

ered him, and knowing President Wil- in the : saw the Liberty Bell and old furniture
precipitating a split party occasion by the ritual of that organ- Orlando asking that the Confederate -
son to be an extra size caliber states- I ficient to cause a defection of sUf-1 ization. The members TWO BIKING TO TIlE FAIR used at the time of the signing of
enjoyed ban- the
monument at of
a corner East
man, diplomat, scholar and executive, !Wilson's renomination next year. Young Floridians Wheeling to San the Declaration of Independence. I
it was an oft proved truth that two I i quet until a late hour last night. Central avenue and North Main Francisco to Win Prize next came to the spot where the Dec-

big men never could get along to- Kissimmee was reached and Mr. District Deputy Grand Exalted street, southeast of the court house, After a little joy ride on bicycles I laration was signed and the place

gether. +! Sears introduced the Board of Trade Ruler W. R. O'Neal came first on the be removed to Eola park. from Orlando, Fla., Harry B. See and i where Washington was first made

J When Mr. Sears was told that a !welcoming committee to a number of program and read a history of the By a unanimous vote of the chap- William E. Warman, young residentsof ,president.

Washington correspondent to a New Kissimmee people and cooling soft American flag a most interesting pa- ter it decided to leave the that town, dropped in upon Coney I Leaving Philadelphia we proceededto
was
York newspaper had frequently made 'water drinks. Editor Naugle of the monu- Island last night on their way to San I Trenton, N. J., spending the after-
t the per.Mr. ment at'its present location.At Francisco. They got Police Capt. Lin- noon and night at this town from
statement that nearly all mem- Kissimmee Valley Gazette ushered the C. McLaughlin, of Sanford ,
bers of the cabinet were "rubber i[party through the business district Lodge No. 1241, rendered the beauti- a recent meeting of the Civic den to sign a book proving their stop. which we set out for Newark, arriving I

stamps" in the hands of President while the Kissimmee greeting com- ful tribute of the Elks to the national League the removal of the monumentwas See and Warman left the Florida at that New Jersey city in time i

Wilson he admitted that the president -I I i mittee returned from escorting the emblem. urged for several reasons. One place on April IS and have been rid- I'to spend an afternoon and night. ;

was demonstrating every day his ![touring druggists into that city. Judge J. M. Cheney next delivereda was that the location of the monu- ing easily, making about fifty milesa Having left Newark we proceededvia

thorough fitness for his office and I| Following a wait of several hours, "flag day" address which was appropriate ment was a menace to traffic and thatit day when the weather was good. :;; Jersey City to New York, wherewe

that his ability to meet all situationsand i j during which good roads and the and scholarly. should be removed to Eola park I They are selling post cards to make j now are. We visited the Woolworth -

conditions in a masterly manner ., Dixie highway route were discussed Nearly 100 Elks were present at I(I which was being improved and which expenses and say they will win a big i j building, which is the tallestin

was a matter of national and interna- !'pro and con, the druggists put in their the exercises, the entire program was I was being made into a civic center. prize offered by friends if they get to i i the world, the Statue of Liberty, at

tional knowledge and extremely gratifying -![appearance. They were then piloted well rendered by the members, and It is understood that the ground I the exposition and home again before "the head of the harbor, and walked
to all classes.Mr. I the end of 1915. across Brooklyn Bridge.
I to Orlando reaching Orange avenueat the occasion was enjoyed to the ut- I upon which the monument stands was
Sears said that Mr. Bryan had 6 o'clock. From here they depart- most. deeded to the United Daughters of About the same time the World I II. B. SEE.P. 1

been treacherous to his office becauseof i ed immediately for DeLand, where Exalted Ruler M. M. Smith presided I the Confederacy by the city of Or- :came to the Sentinel office a letter S.-Our next stops wilt be as

his untimely publication of his apr they spent the night. over the exercises, and the proper i lando. from Mr. See was received, which is t follows: Albany, N. Y., Buffalo, N.

*al to the American people. About twenty pill artists got lost chairs were filled by the following: as follows: Y., Cleveland, Ohio, and Chicago, Ill.,

,ti 'Mr. Bryan made a grave error," south of Kissimmee among the tan- Messrs. L. P. Hutton, Walter Dren- I eighth anniversary of its organizationby New York City, June 10, 1915. I,from which points I will write to you
he said, "when he allowed I Friends of Orlando from time to time. H. B. S.
his 'appeal gled byways and up to a late hour nen, II. H. Yowell. a supper, which ended the day's : -
to be made public many hours before last night had failed to reach Orlan- The committee on arrangementswere I program. All members were delijrht- : ----- -- --- -- -

the second note of the United States .do.The Messrs. H. H. Yowell, C. C. Han- ed with the exercises and the last STEAMER'S C.RGOF1RE \ ELECTIONS HELD PORTUGAL

government was disclosed and before Board of Trade tendered the ner, and Walter Drennen. 'number on the well filled program Cherbourg.The British steamer j Lisbon.The general elections held

President Wilson had given his orders I druggists punch, cakes and cigars at Music appropriate to the occasionwas 'was by no means the least enjoyable.A Toftwood from Galveston, May 15, Sunday passed without disorder. Re-

for its release to the American pea the band stand near the county jail one of the features of the pro- ii' via Newport News, 24th, for Havre, turns from Lisbon assure a majorityto

I"ple._ .In my" mind that constitutes I before they left for DeLand. They gram. new shipment of that oOc. library has arrived in the roads here with the Democrats and a minority to

I were greatly impressed by Orlandoand Following the "flag day" exercises I edition. 500 titles to select from. fire in her cargo part of which must the revolutionists. Reports from the

rd to the European war Mr. her beauties. J l Lodge 1079 B. P. O. E. celebrated the I Curtis & O'Neal. be discharged. provinces give similar results.


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A. C. STARBIUD SOLE OWNER OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY WANTS IN An exchange says one way to prevent 6,409 MEN PERISH OX BRITISH I
f. THE C. L. & V. PLANT I growth of the fly population is. WARSHIPS I
I; Kissimmee, Fla:.. S. G. Drawdy, to keep the cover on the garbage can. (J SPRAYINGFor
county commissioner of St. Lucie This gives rise to the thought, "How London-The total number of officers I
(Apopka News) county, was in the city from Okee- and who have perished
are you going to do it, when some men I
t Mr. Austin C. Starbird who has chobee City Wednesday en route to wandering underfed canine comes through the sinking of British naval White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In-
heretofore been general manager and Orlando to attend the meeting of the along regularly every night, paws off craft since the outbreak of the war secticide. For Red Spider, Kuste Mite and all other Mites
'" Central Florida Highway Association, I the lid, upsets the can and scatters is 6,409, according to a statement I' infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
i vice-president of the -\ Consumers' at which he proposed to advocate the I the contents all around. made by T. J. Macnamara, financial Compound.
Dixie highway route taking in his secretary of the admiralty, in the
has
Lumber and Veneer ,
Company
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this afternoon.
town. Quite a number of businessmen Do not to the world. It house of commons
r purchased the entire interest and is of the city, H. C. Stanford being j\ does not try Whoever bully enters the This total does not include the men be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
t now sole owner of this large plant.L prominent among them, attended the | ring for a pay.rough and tumble fight who lost their lives on the mine layer lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit.
Princess Irene and the British battleship
at Orlando
meeting Thursday. Dur- I with public opinion is pretty sure Nothing better nothing effective and
j more nothing
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Mr. Starbird has been in the lumber ing the day previous and Thursday Bulwark, both of which were
business all his life and morning a large number of autos i eventually to be knocked out. blown up in Sherrness harbor. cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and
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practically from South Florida cities passed you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
f is well versed in his line. lIe is to through Kissimmee to the meeting. 'i
About the best advice at this stage
: BUYERS AND SELLERS
: be congratulated on the ownership ofF I From the amount of travel it seemedas of the game is for Americans to be i it i
this business. if a highway had already been es- I Americans with a fine disregard for t'I I buy sell rent, and exchange: real J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
In order to give our readers some tablished. where our ancestors happened to be I I'I ;estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ,
born. over 30 years. Have handled over
idea of the size and importance of I i 20000000. Call and see me.
this plant, the following is reprinted The St. Charles Hotel will remain 'I !! 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Florida
open. Special summer rates. My residence phone is No. 522-R.
from the News of February 5, 1915:
f "But few towns in Florida can boast 6-10-5tc I Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf |I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
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city limits as Apopka, where hundredsof
employes are seen daily, shapingthe
woods gathered from the forests
into the many useful and very much ListenMr.

used materials, now in great demandin
handling Florida's products of the

field and grove-fruits and vegeta
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bles. Automobile Owner

"The inserted picture only gives a *
partial view of the wonderful manufacturing
establishment of the Con- How would you like to save at least 25 per cent. on

sumers' Lumber and Veneer Compa- you gas bill?

ny's big plant now running at full capacity -
turning out crate material of
all kinds. and thousands of the mill's The WICK Does the TrickSAVE

products are being shipped daily to
all parts of the state as rapidly as

the they cars.can conveniently be loaded on YOUR :MONEY BY USINGI"GASOSA Dr. W. M. Harper, Dr. Josephine Harper

Manager A. C. Starbird showed the
News man over the big plant last

.. Tuesday, and to express a surprise at
the immensity of this wonderful V It"SOME PIONEER OSTEOPATH1G[ PHYSICIANS OF SOUTH FLORIDA

works and to tell in detail what was

of particular interest, can only be

summed up by saying that the enter-

prise is one that any community
should be to have in its midst.
proud

True complicated to describe machines in detail; yet,apparently the many FACTS: I 10 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE{ IN ORLANDODr.

simple in operation by the well drilled Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per
men who daily handle them would
cent of your gasoline bill.
take too much guessing on the part of

the writer; however, there are dozens Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten

and dozens designed for each and every miles gallon according to the horse of
per power your car.
part for the completion of the
Josephine Harper only lady
many different kinds of crates turned Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs, ,

out, together with powerful printing thus preventing carbonization.
presses used in printing names,
brands, etc., in two colors at a rapid Insures easy starting and running by a uniform ab- Osteopath in Orlando, makes a

rate. sorption of gasoline on the wick.

1 "The immense big boilers furnish- .
Increases your power and prevents backfire.No .
ing steam for power and the steam- specialty of diseases of women

ing of blocks; the main big saw and machinery or anything to get out of order.
carriage, the logway, well fitted ma-
.' chine also unlimited You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
shops; an supplyof and Children. Consultation and
water cared for by the powerful time.
to be used for fire
pumps protection;
Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.
the big warehouse and lumber yards;
the drying racks covering acres; then examination Free.
too, the trains of cars with two big

.- locomotives with twelve miles of

track; combined with several hundred t:
Expense of
shipment -
_. well drilled employes caring for ev- Price $3 00 prepaid
ery small detail, as well as the actual .
demands, one finds a factory comptete -
and its promoters deserve credit
Satisfaction back.
or your money
for its wonderful development.

of."An" enterprise Apopka is proud Write for Illustrated Literature. OFFICE MCNEIL & DAVIS BUILDING



All but three states now have laws
for the compulsory attendance of The Wm. Kahl PHONE 419MlimMlllltlilMMIIMHMMIIIiilMilMmOiMIH
children at school. Alabama. Georgia Company
and Mississippi are the exceptions.

1- The St. Charles Hotel will remain Gainesville, Florida
open. Special summer rates.

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MAJOR LADUE ON INSPECTIONTRIP [ 10,000 CONSUMPTIVES GO WEST WILL COMPLETE A LINK crosses the Caloosahatchee there is 4IMMMIIMMIIIIililllMIIIIMMIIMMMMMMMil
EACH YEAR TO DIE only four miles to be built before the
Fort Myers, Fla.-The most impor- DeSoto line is reached. The county

Tampa, Fla.-Aboard the government Washington, D. C.-Ten thousand tant news from this county is the announcement ., commisioners make an important pro- : | Attention Auto Owners! ; ;
boat DeSoto Major W. B. La- by the commissionersthat viso, however, which reads: "Pro ,
West
Due, United States engineer for Flor- consumptives go annually to die. they will build a good graded' vided, that the highway above men-
ida, O. N. Bie in The tuberculosis population of west- De i tioned is designated by the Dixie
and Capt. engineer road from Olga Bridge to the
charge of the local office, left this ern Texas and New Mexico is esti- Soto county line, to be completed by Highway commissioners as a part of
morning on a trip of inspection to the mated to exceed 50,500. These fig- May 20, 1916 which, with the hard the "central or western Dixie high- I AUTO SERVICE E I STATION I
has way. There is already a well graded
various projects the government ures are taken from a bulletin issued surfaced road from Fort Myers to Naples -
I road for the most of the hard
under way in Hillsborough and Tam- which the inhabitants of that way
pa bays and tributary rivers. They by the United States public health district (without a dissenting vote) surfaced, between Fort Myers and
. are expected back this afternoon prob- service. have bonded themselves to Olga bridge. 14 E. CHURCH STREET
ably abut 5 o'clock. to general will make continuous
"Contrary opinion a
MajW LaDue arrived this morning states a press notice of the bulletin, from Naples to the construct'j I The watermelon and the roastingear Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
from acksonville and shortly after line. From the steel are with us.
CAR WASHED AND
his arrival he and Captain the boarded "the migration of the tuberculous is POLISHED $1.00

the DeSoto, which was tied at the increasing. Dust confinement alti- I Special Club Rate Tickets
Favorite Line dock and started on tude and parting from friends are de- ,' .,::1; 1 :,;; I '
their inspection. Today they will view clared to be often detrimental to pa- .,.r.. k"r. ,*' ..,,,,-..... .;.. .. I Ifi. Prompt Service Personal Attention !
work in the river, the two bays and I tients, especially those in the later .'l. < .z ; ,.,.: '_ $. } ,I Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
-- f'fi11"1 !'!.-' :
in the Manatee section, this being one stages of the disease. *' ;,.. "

of The Major government LaDue's regular dredge visits.Barnard,I'''in"Marked many Western antagonism cities has toward developed tuber- '."" r," -n Jf J .r..lli!.'" ........ -... .: 'j";; 1 "II I I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager i :
Manatee riv- 1_ "" ,,1'7 ff( ju/ 1
moved yesterday to the culosis sufferers. The public health 'II'I-V"' ..- !:. r- 11" 1-
er, has commenced work and the pro- service warns all prospective health ,I ,: t ihr :
ject there will be given attention by seekers of the difficulties they are !;, C' "I n,' ',-''"Ilv1'it i"" t I' CmtMIIIIIMMMMtMttMMMttltlttlltillliiliM
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Major LaDue today. Also the workin bound to encounter and advises all j I .fO 1 -
progress at St. Petersburg, the who are not sufficiently provided with .&\ It Ji2tJ .11.h: I l rfZ'/ p J 1hV fc.
construction of jetties and an artifi- funds to remain at home." ; t ; J
cial channel to the Bayboro freight The author of the bulletin makes The bvdarket
harbor, will be gone over. The operations the assertion that the coming of invalids
of the dredges in Itillsbor1 to the Southwest has been of $80.50 $89.03 $S3.90
ough bay and river, which have been benefit to that section, developing- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
in progress for many months, will receive dustries and increasing the populationof JACKSONVILLE TAT.TA MIAMI!
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
special attention. The Barnard cities. RETURN
AND RETURN AND RETURN AND
has just completed maintenance workin FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Atlantic the river is working and the in the private Ybor dredge chan- 100,000 CANADIANS TO TRAIN Kept under the best sanitary conditions
To ilie: Great California ExpositionsProportionate
nel.During FOR WAR Everything screened away from the tree and kept trrdlr
the last eighteen months
much money has been spent by the I I Ottawa, Ont.-Nine camps have rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges and pure.
government in maintenance work and been opened in Canada for the train- enroute and free side trip to San Diego from Los Angeles. I We Invite inspection and guarantee c twii!lfa'thm.'p have
of for service.
Eachis
new local projects engineer's in the office.jurisdiction The dredge of the ing placed men in an oversea area of from three Direst and diverse routes by way of New Orleans St. Louis and i everything In the Meat Line

Florida was engaged for some six or hundred acres to ten miles square and Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and i
more months at St. Petersburg cut- the nine are spaced across the 3,000 personally conducted tours. 4 jVdf.: olf & Co.
ting a channel to the Bayboro harbor miles of the Dominion's breadth at almost -
and throwing up jetties. Dredge regular intervals. SUMMER EXCURSIONS !I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
, have been working in the Anclote During the summer 100.000 men 1m': i
'N l AND WEST A
TO NOR i
river and in other rivers flowing into will train in these camps. The training -
the gulf and bay in this section. Ma- is to be of the most practical nature ----
Louisville and Cincinnati
and the work made to conformas :Four trains daily-Smith At'i: : Limited to -
jor LaDue will today see as much of I
the work as possible tho'icrh it will nearly as possible to actual fighting ,Dr-ie Flyer to Chicago, M J itgomcry Route Express:. to :Memphisand
not be possible to make the trip up conditions in Europe.To St. Louis, New Orleans Special to :Mobile and New Orleans. I
the gulf coast to the Anclote section. this end Canadian officers and Choice of routes, superb steel trains and superior scr\,ice are L. & N. !
He expects to complete his business non-commissioned officers who have features. :\Ianyothers make this road a favorite with aelers.. For I
tonight and to return tomorrow to been invalided home will be sent to
Jacksonville. the several camps to assist. routes, reservations, literature, etc., 'phone, wire or write to EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent, Louisville and Nashville Railroad I
NEW ROSTER OF DENTAL SO- SEA OF MARMOKA; CLEARED OF 134 West Bay Street (Bel. 'Phone 167)) Jacksonville, Florida
.
CIETY OFFICERSThe SHIPS
annual convention of the Florida 1 I
State Dental Society that came to London-Fighting continues on the I
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Grille with the selection of Orlandoas ,tages for the allies the Athens corre- I
the convention city next year, was spondent of the Daily News wires. I WE DELIVER THE GOODS
fpllowed by the election of officers: The fleet is covering and assisting the with plenty of Foliageand
The new official roster is as fol- troops. There was severe firing on
lows: Dr. A. M. Jackson, Lakeland, Tuesday morning. The bombardmentof Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service
president; Dr. Jesse L. Williams the Asiatic shore of the straits con- Trees.
Jacksonville, first vice-president; Dr. tinues.
C. Carabdle, Tampa second vice-pres- j r
ident; Dr. D. D. Cruise, Fort Myers, POPULAR ED. SCOTT IS BACK Harley-Davidson TruckFOR Price $2000.00
recording secretary; Dr. M. C. Izlar HOME IN SAFETYMr.
Ocala corresponding secretary, and QUICK SERVICE
Dr. T. S. Robinson, Jacksonville, Ed. Scott returned this morn-
treasurer.No ing from Orlando where he went in
the interests of this section to be with
individual with anything to sell the Central Dixie Highway conven- PHONE 444
tion. Mr. Scott returned C. A. HOVEY
or trade can successfully find a buyeror exceedingly
happy, having secured he
everything
trader without the aid of the Sen- went after.-Daily News, Arcadia.An Good and Bad Cigar Stores
tinel want ads. Remember that its

circulation represents five-sixths of ad. in'the Morning Sentinel is a I
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I Great June Sale at the Big Store Is Now On j |






Remember there is a sale every day in June, featuring Bargains daily. This is the greatest bargain and money saving event known to the people of Orlando. You will be pleased

with the styles, and you will be more than pleased with the prices offered. Due to this store's reputation for advance styles and extensive displays of what's new, interest in this event

is always keen, therefore it is a sale of immense attractiveness to thousands of people. The descriptions below
are merely a hint of what you will find here, as every piece of goods in this
large store has beEn marked down to the lowest possible prices for a quick sale.




CIIILDRENS DRESSES-HALF PRICE EXTRA SPECIAL

Made of Gingham Percales, Chambrays and English China Dinner Set, 74 pieces, 3 PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard widein

Linens in plain and fancy colors, plaids, patterns to select from, beautifully decorated all the new shades 50c. quality _________25c

checks and stripes, .all sizes from 2 to regular prices $23.98, June Sale
Price for set ___$11.99 WHITE GOODS Flaxons
. 14 years.Toe. --------------------- Bastiste and

quality, June Sale Price -----------37jc MATTING RUGS Lawns, worth up to 25c, in June Sale ______lOc

$1.00 quality, June Sale Price --__________50c Size 36x72, splendid line of patterns,
$1.25 quality, June Sale Price___________62V2c limit one to a customer, June Sale Price ____27c One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral

$1.50 quality, June Sale Price -------_____75c MATTING RUGS and conventional designs, worth 12#c.
$2.00 quality, June Sale Price ___ _____$1.00
Size 9x12, woven patterns, good designsand and 15c., June Sale Price gi/fcc
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$3.00 quality, June Sale Price _______
$1.50
---- colors, $3.50 value, June Sale Price__$?49

Extra special during this sale and this One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga-

SILK KIMONASThis sale only, Linoleum, that sells regularfor loons and insertions values up to 25c;

is the best line of Kimonas ever brought to Or- 60c. yard, full pieces not remnants June Sale Price ----------------_________5C
lando, and will be sold at the guaranteed 5 years, June Sale Price _______49c
folowing low prices: One lot of Embroideries in edges, bands,

$4.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price ---_______$2.98 galoons, insertions and
flouncings all-
$5.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price _________$3.98
6.50 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price -_________$4.98 overs, values up to 75c., June Sale Price 25c

CREPES AND TISSUES in stripes and plaids BLEACHED MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC, all

and fancy figured effects, splendid line of the best brands Lonsdale, Hills, Hope,

RUGS RUGS RUGSEVERY patterns to choose form. These goodsare White Cloud and Fruit of the Loom,

worth up to 35c., your choice __________lOc June
12Yzc.! quality, Sale Price ----------___gc
SINGLE RUG IN OUR TREMENDOUS STOCK One lot of White Goods in Madras, Batiste
WILL BE PRICED DOWN TO SUCH A LOW LEVEL Lawns in checks and stripes. These BLEACHED MUSLIN, Full yard wide, fine

THAT YOU WILL WONDER HOW WE ARE ABLE TO goods are all good patterns and qualities, soft finish, limit 10 yards to a customer5cBATH

DO IT. COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST but slightly soiled, worth up to 50c., but

BARGAINS. in June Sale ___________________________lOc TOWELS, bleached, good heavy
$36.50, 9x12 WILTON RUGS Sale Price$29.50 -f
$22.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $16.98 POPLINS in plain colors, good heavy weight, weight, regular 15c. quality, June Sale f

$24.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $18.98 silk finish, 25c. quality -----------_______122cOne Price -----------------------------___iQc
$28.00 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS Sale Price $23.98 {
lot of fine Imported Dress Goods in
$22.50 9x12 Good quality Velvet Rugs, Sale $16.98 Crepes, Fancy Rice Cloth and ,voiles TOWELS, hemmed, buck, plain white and red 'i i

$55.00 9x12 Royal Trewan Rugs, Sale Price $42.50 beautiful patterns worth to $1.00, in bordered, large size, 12!/c. quality, per ':f

$100.00 9x12 Royal Shan Rugs, Sale Price $73.50 June Sale -----------__up________________47c dozen --------------------------_______85c ';I
More than 1000 Rugs to choose from, all at sale prices. !
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DAILY HIGHWAY r COOLING SYSTEM AT GRAND! MMMMIQMMMMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI II

!COMMENTS.Here HAS BEEN PERFECTED I I
South Florida SentinelMORNING
are a few comments carriedin

AND WEEKLYv. the state papers concerning Orlan- The cooling system at the Grand I

.............. .......
1:. GLENN EditorW do's two conventions last week: theatre has been perfected and is now :
C. ESSINGTON ..... Bnnnm Manager'
-- --- -- Orlando As Host in condition to keep the patrons of ;i

'. ida.Entered aa Second at the Class poetoffire Mail Matter.at Orlando. Flor- Tampa Tribune: The pretty city of i that popular play house cool. Two | 01 WIND DP SAt
. Orlando is never happier than when I four foot fans take in and exhaust'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES playing the host, and especially to :air through a fifty inch air pipe. By | r
$5.00
Daily Daily.: 6 1 Months Year 2.50 Floridians. The Orange county cap- i this system it is possible to exhaust |
Daily. 3 Months 1.26 ital this week has entertained two .4,000 cubic feet of air in one minute, I j
1 Month ..60
Daily. gatherings of importance--the Cen- 'I at which rate the atmosphere in the OF THE SEASONIS
.........
Weekly 1 \_ ... $*-
tral Florida Highway Association and theatre will be changed every three

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN the Florida Citrus Exchange.The minutes. In addition, eight three- PROGRESSING SOMEOnly

Central Florida Highway As- speed ceiling fans have been installedto
ADVERTISERS:
sociation meeting brought definite re- keep'a breeze moving all the time.

I advertising Copy for must display be hindeo and all in at other the hand-act business sults in the adoption of a route for With this improvement in its cooling

office of before the Sentinel not later Thia than rule 2 applira p. -. the proposed highway which is to system the Grand is better able than one day left, but this day will be as fertile in

to the chaacca day for publication.contract advertising: it iaiBTana make up for the omission of a large ever to take care of its patrons. The
'. ,le and will be strictly adhered to. section of the state by the officially Grand is noted for the high class pictures bargains as the very first day.

. Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued adopted Dixie highway route. The which are constantly being
should notify the office in writing on fact that a Tampa man, T. Ed. Bryan, billed for its program. It is without On This Day
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be
I
continued at the regular subscription rates, was elected president of the associa- doubt the most up to date and hand- .

until Telephone notice Numb to stop .ia...received................... tion, and another Tampa man, L. P. somely arranged picture house in the should appeal most strongly to keen buyers. EVERY ONE of
Dickie, placed in the responsible posi- city and with the latest improve-

TUESDAY, JUNE 15: 1913.: tion of its secretary, speaks well for ments which, as noted above, have these days, such price sacrifices, such extraordinary offerings

the magnanimity of the delegates to been made, the "movie" house which
will l be made that will even astonish those of
customers -
our
A business block on the main streetis the meeting and also the recognitionof made "That Orchestra" famous is many

a better monument to a man thana special ability to fill these posi- ready to uphold its reputation as "the who are accustomed to our New Standard of Values.

stone in the cemetery.If tions. Tampa is behind the Central coolest place in Orlando."
o I Florida Highway movement with all WE MUST REDUCE STOCKS WE WILL REDUCE STOCKS

you will consider the men in this I its energy and will do everything in SPECIAL PAY BILLS BARBECUE DROP IN THE STORE AND SEE HOW WE DO ITHERE'S

town who are well off :you will find its power to bring it to full success. CONVENTION COMMITEEE

that most of them made their money Tampa also naturally cut a large TODAY

here. figure in the annual meeting of the
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALSLast
-o Florida Citrus Exchange, this city being Chairman J. D. Barnes of the en-
A man might be excused for almost the headquarters of that organi- tertainment committee of the Boardof

anything a day like yesterday, espe- zation. The Exchange is gaining in Trade having in charge the barbecue ,

cially when some fiend softly gushes, strength and influence daily and will for the Citrus Exchange meting

. "Hot day, isn't it?" continue to fill its indispensable place here Friday has called a final meetingof THESE PRICES WILL Last

o in the citrus industry of the state. his committee for 3 o'clock todayat

A German proverb tells us that every Those who attended these meetings the council chamber.Mr. Day INTEREST YOU Day

great war leaves a country with testify to the generous hospitality of Barnes wishes all subcommittee

three great armies-one of invalids, Orlando and to the increasing attract- chairmen to bring in their bills, so

one of mourners, one of idle persons iveness and charm of the progressivecity. that the entire cost of the entertain-

ready to commit crime. ment may be arrived at and the bills
o -- paid. It is especially desired to close :2000 YARDS SUMMER: : DRESS GOODS LADIES' SILK HOSE

"Swat the fly" is a cry still occa- Palm Beach Delegates Satisfied the matter up as quickly as possi- Consisting of Dainty weaves and qualities Any ONE DOLLAR quality of the Gordon,
sionally' heard. It is good, but Tropical Sun: The Central Florida ble. A full attendance is urged. The Phoenix The Kayser Everwear Hose
and flowered effects inVoiles
"Starve the fly" is a still better one. Highway Association met in Orlando in both plain, stripe in black, white and colors, for the last .

Allow no accumulations of filth whichcan Thursday, June 10, to lay out a route MISS ELIZABETH RUSSELL ILL Klaxons, Organdies, Crepes, Lawns day

form breeding places for this insect for such a highway .and recommendit and Mulls, All this season's goods, regular

pest. to the Florida commissioners of the Miss Elizabeth Russell, daughter of selling up to 75c. a yard, for the last day 89 Cents a Pair '

o Dixie Highway Commission for its Mrs. F. M. Aldridge, is resting easilyat I
"The man who does not appreciatea approval. 19 Cents
St. Luke's
hospital, following a LADIES' READY TO WEAR
beautiful woman," says a Chicago West Palm Beach sent Fred Franck successful for
operation
beauty expert, "has his artistic na- and C. L. Kegerreis and the county Sunday morning. :Miss Elizabeth appendicitis is I Palm Beach Suits are in great demand

ture dwarfed or crushed." And if he commissioners sent E. F. Bowers andJ. said to have been taken ill CARNIVAL SILKS and selling elsewhere at FULL PRICE.
violently
his appreciation, he's likelyto II. Knight Our Sale demands that EVERYTHING in
expresses as delegates to this
con- early on Sunday at the home of her On Monday, July the 5th, the "MardiGras" the store be reduced.
be crushed vention and word
that
anyway. it had
comes
grandmother Mrs. E.1..
Drennen
at here in Or-
o finished its labors and picked out a Paso Robles. She rushed of Florida takes place Can you conscientiously let these reduc-
was to the
Orlando folks have special right to route to recommend to the commis- hospital at once, where an operationwas lando. Everyone will get the fever and all tions slip by you?

-, be proud of their city and of themselves sion for approval and it seems to bea performed. Her friends will be will want to celebrate in the Masquerade. PALM BEACH SUITS, Regular, $7.50

as the comment of newspaperson very good and feasible one. pleased to learn that her condition is i, We have the Fancy Silks for the occasion For the last day -___________$4.90
the Central Highway Association From all we can learn the Palm PALM BEACH
much SUITS, Regular $12.50
very improved. in all the bright carnival colors of Cerise,
meeting last week come in. So fart Beach county delegates performed the For the last day -____________$9.96
there has been word of task Pinks, Blues, Yellows, Red, etc. We' have
not one crit- set before them in a creditable
uTilE COURT MARTIAL" AT TilE Silk Dresses, Wool Costumes, LingerieDresses
icism or of unkindness.If manner to themselves and with honorto I priced them exceptionally low for the
ROOF GARDEN Underwear, in fact everything: of
o the county and it is up to the citizens event. A regular 3<>c. silk, for the last day a manufactured nature GREATLY REDUCED -

there was a tax sale certificateheld of the county to stand back of In the !
powerful drama, "The Court
the acts and promises of dele- 15 Cents Yard
the
by state of Florida against our Martial," the wonderfully strong four a
your property prior to 1894, it is now gates and do all possible to get the
reel feature picture, will be shown at I Sale of Millinery
I
out of the way, but the old judgmentthat Palm Beach county branch of the the Roof Garden tonight. This pfc- PURE LINEN TORCHON LACES

might have been against the land Dixie highway completed at least as ture will prove worth your while.

when you bought it was not affectedby soon as any of our interested sister Some of America's most talented art- 1500 yards of a special purchase, Pure Trimmed and Untrimmed

any act of this legislature. counties. ists will interest lovers of photo plays.It Linen Laces in widths of from V inch to 5 Lot 1, value up to $5.00 for the last

0 -0- is magnificently staged and pro- inches in width.. in a big range of Dainty day -----------------________98c
No wonder we need the strict en- Fort Myers Press: Not content duced under the direction of men who White color. Many Lot 2, values up to $7.50, for the last
Patterns Oyster
with the honor of ,
forcement of prohibition laws, when entertaining the are foremost in the motion picture day --------------__________$2.98 .
350 able bodied he-men gather to- Central Florida highway delegates, business.An worth 20c. and 25c. a yard, for the last Lot 3, values up to $20.00, for the

gether and in their fullness of life, who swarmed to that city in great announcement by the manage- I day last day -------------_______$.1.98
with all their mental faculties unim- numbers, Orlando also took on the ment of the Roof Garden that will interest -
Florida Citrus Exchange meeting, all 4 Cents a Yard EVERY UNTRIMMED SHAPE IN THE
paired, name an automobile highway the lovers of photo plays and
in one week. These are the two most STORE
'" "Paradise Route. -Clearwater Sun. feature attractions in the city of Or-
:
a important organizations in the state lando.*. In the near future a great VALENCIENNES LACES Lot 4, values up to $1.25, for the last

The fact is evident that the mer- of Florida and Orlando is to be con- surprise will be offered the patronsof 1000 yards German Val Laces, round day --------------___________50c

chants of Orlando are confident that entertaining gratulated on two having such the bodies.pleasure of this popular place' that will set a thread, edges and insertions, different Lot 5, values up to $2.50, for the last .

this summer's business is going to bea standard for good, wholesome pic- day --- ------------1.00
banner one. They are all carrying --0-- tures that will mean much to the fu- widths, splendid designs,worth 6c., 8c. lOc. Lot 6, values P-t$4. for the last

large and complete stocks and they A Good Selection ture of movies in this city and will and 121/.C a yard, for the last day day --------------------___$1.75
extend an invitation to the general Fort Myers Press: The Central be difficult for others to surpass. As Yard Lot 7, values up to $8.50, for the last
Florida Highway Association is 3 Cents
to be
public in the outlying districts to visit long as the patronage justifies, the a day ------------------_____$3.75
congratulated upon its selection of the
them. Roof Garden will show pictures that
West Florida route, which is a goodone
can not be surpassed at the same
although Fort does
Myers not
The West Palm Beach Sun prices, 5 and 10 cents.
Tropical
to have drawn
appear a very strong STAPLE DEPARTMENT
in its last issue says: "No mosquitoes hand in the highway game, as playedat
as yet to give battle to, so con- LOST HER PURSE AND MONEY
Orlando but
be that as it may, the
tinue to swat the fly." Wish in Linens Napkins Sheets
you statement is reiterated that Fort My Everything Sheetings,
could say the same thing throughoutthe ers will be connected in some Only a few days ago a young lady

summer. The East Coast wouldbe We repeat the suggestion previouslymade way. lost her purse with a week's salary Slips Bed Spreads, Blankets, Comforters, Long-

a summer as well as a winter resort therein. She was very much worried
that it does
not
matter what it
if it were so. Mosquitoes are a may be called, nor where it may run but she did the very best thing under cloths Muslins] Dress Linens, Crash, Toweling,
detriment to section. the circumstances. She placed want
a
any 'officially, the section that has the
ad. in the RADICALLY REDUCED!
Sentinel and-her etc. etc.
o roads will get the travel. Lee countyis purse ,
The editor of an Illinois newspaper swinging into line with good roads, was returned! I

" is a public benefactor and when and the official or other designationof

he dies the people of his county oughtto this or that highway will make no TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY MEN'S CLOTHING SALEOf e

erect a monument to the honor of material difference with those who

his memory. He has discovered a travel. They will go where they wish, FOR SALE-Horse and wagon almost a
new. 20S East Robinson the House of Hart Schaffner & MarxThe
new way to get rid of mosquitoes. provided the roads are there and we nue. 6-15-6t ave-* ,
He tells you simply to rub alum on propose to furnish them. It is to be
reason Hart Schaffner and Marx Ready Clothes are best for you are these:
your face and hands. When the mos- regretted that Fort Myers has not WANTED POSITION, by white girl They're ready to put on, so there is no time-wasting delay in tryons; you see just
quitoes take a bit it puckers its ga- been selected as one of the principal of good character, as seamstress or
how the suit will look on you, fit, drape and all instantly; you are guaran-
zoopie so it can't sting. Then it sits points on the proposed route through nurse Sentinel.for children. Address B.6-15-tf, care* teed a perfect fit. and, best of all you'll save from $10.00 to $20.00, maybe more.

down in a cold, damp place, catches Florida, but there will yet come a reversal Just spend a few minutes in our store, you'll give your dollars a chance to buy

its death of cold, and dies of pneumo- of opinion, and the popular demand FOR SALE-Household goods. Apply more style and a better fit.

nia. will change the official designation i I Mrs. E.1.. Stimmell, 8 North
reductions-then the
the inspect
Just note goods.
Summerlin street, between East Cen-
o sooner or later. just as it brinsrs I
A story that must be taken with reserve about changes in the -laws on the stat-- tral and Washington street. 6-15-31 I EVERY $20.00 Suit for the last days __________________________________ $14.75

because it does not emanate ute books. EVERY $22.50 Suit for the last days__________________ ________________ $15.75
FOR SALE-A pair of mules.
from official sources, comes to New -oS1IOP 1ear old; Florida raised young and good EVERY $25.00 Suit for the last days _____________ ____________________ $17.75 _

York through the officers of the liner IN THE SENTINEL FIRST ones. Cheap. Inquire of Thos. R. EVERY $30.00 Suit for the last days -_______________________ __________ $19.75 :
Cameronia. They state that four Ger- Read the advertisements in the I Frint, 2 miles south of Orlando 2
miles north of Pine Castle, R. R. No
man submarines were recently cap- Sentinel before :you go up town this 1, Box 52. 6-15-3t
tured in nets while making a raid up I morning. Orlando's progressive stores I ,

the Firth of Tay. They their FOR RENT Furnished flat in
were permitted keep ads. fresh and up to the brand T
to pass up the estuary, and were minute. Shop in the Sentinel before new house with all modern improvements -
entangled on their return. The submarines in including private bath room.
you shop the store.
Ridgewood avenue near Lake Eola.
were held under water 6: Inquire at Nicholson Bakery. Dickson-Ives
I hours, and were then allowed to comer OFF ON A BUSINESS TRIPW. 6-15-6t Company'I

to the surface. The crews were found K. Curry, D. J. Dykes, R. S.
;c to be exhausted, and surrendered at Cohoon, and John Ammann will leave RELIABLE WOMAN wants situation f
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immediately; private family pre-
once. this morning on a semi-business and ferred; very experiencedcook and

o pleasure trip of one week by automo- maid. A neat and thoroughly good Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place Orlando Florida
Want anything? Ask for it through bile to points around Lake Okeechobee worker. Best of city references. Address ; ; ,

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I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. (

SOCIAL CALENDAR Kollock, Mrs. A. B. Whitman, and Admission 5 Cent. 1,1 1///,

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Jane ,-
Crossley.
Mary .. ;
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Associated jfetities meeting at San w.II..IIIIIIII..I.lllfTOD.
Juan hot V5 p. m. CAMPERS GO TO .\rs PROGRAM
Younger Matrons Card Club, Mrs WEKJWA SPRINGS.The Reliance. "The Boundary Line." A
Thomas Brodwater hostess. following happy and congenial Western drama, in two parts.

Wednesday, June 16. party of Orlando folks left yesterdayfor Keystone. "Hearts and Planets."
Bachelor Girls' Club meeting. A comedy.
Subscription dance at Country Club. Wekiwa Springs, where they will Majestic. "Down by the Sounding
Twentieth Century Club picnic Mrs spend the week enjoying the delightsat Yxxt*+**xx Sea."

S. H. Ives, Gore avenue, hostess. Orange county's famous watering #+ rTHOS.
Address, Deaconess Ritdgely, at Ca-
resort: Messrs. George Dolive, Bert +
thedral Chapter House, 4 o'clock. held at 5 p. m. today in the San Juan.
Walker, Robert Lewter, Arlie Lobean, x
Thursday, June 17. All who are interested in this work I o 0IILADY'S
Half holiday. Lick Lobean, Welborn Phillips, Kirby are asked to attend.
Friday, June 18. Douglass, Billy Mulholland; Misses :\ JEWEL CASE

Special meeting at Methodist churchto Elbeth and Margaret Mulholland, Filled with examples! of our Gold and Diamond Mounted Jewelry is
receive reports of canvassing Dorothy and Ella Slemons, Minna IMPORTANT MEETING OF ELKS D indeed a treasure. Our jewelery stock is complete and varied.
committees. Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsmanshipwe
. Harris, Jane Green of Tampa, Julia .
A. EDISON
Youll not find our prohibitive
are showing. prices by any
Yates of Sarasota, Helen Hurlburt,
ANNUAL D. A. R. PICNIC All Elks in good standing are especially '
Ruth and lIarylcCuI1ough, Helen requested to attend the regular
ON FLAG DAY. presents means.ALLEN
Drew, Edith Hoeffler, Dorothy Johnson meeting next Thursday evening, 17th & CO. JEWELER
The Daughters of the American and Ruth Isaacson. Mrs L. R. ,
inst., as matters of great importanceto
Revolution held their annual picnic at Mulholland, chaperon. "THE HOUSE OF THE LOST the lodge will come up for atten- Li= _A/_ .d]
Bee-gi-woo-chee, Mrs. J. M. Cheney
COURT"FIVE tion, after which meeting one of Mr.
being the hostess for the day, cele- -- -- -
EPWORTII LEAGUERSGO Charley Rock's famous chicken pilaus
brating flag day yesterday. Leaving
TO LAKELAND. will be .
served.Of
town at eleven o'clock in cars gaily Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine Valspar
Commencing last night at 7:30, the .*****. course, all visiting Elks in good
decorated with flags, about thirty ladies }
twenty-second annual conference of ] standing are also invited to be
pres-
and gentlemen went to the camp Vic. SUN PROOF PAINTOrlando
the Florida State Epworth League be- C'1PATTON'S
and at one o'clock sat down to a well ent.By jMUOH -- --- -
gan its sessions in the First Metho- s + order of the Exalted Ruler.
laden table on the screened porch.At .
dist church in Lakeland. The follow- JUSTIN VAN BUSKIRK, Sec. Paint & Wall Paper Ce
the dose of the dinner Mrs. W.
ing from Orlando are in attendance: 1
t R. O'Neal, presiding as toastmistress, 1 205 S. Orange Avenue
Miss Eliza Wright, district secretary;
announced Judge Cheney as the IMIIiMIMIilMIIMI . .
Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Metho- rt. '
Phone 261.
speaker for the Daughters of the SUPERB ACTS ]
dist church; Mr. George Benschbach,
Revolution, who made some hap-

py remarks, going back to very Revolu- and Wm. DeWitt-0--, delegates. I BASEBALL! j L4 Pratt & Lambart's "61" Floor Varnish

tionary days, contrasting and connect- SOCIETY NOTESOF : Patton's Velumina, the Modern Wall

ing them with the present day; also INTEREST.Miss Vote-Our cooling equipment is .jet J' t:' Finish.

drawing the attention to our peaceful V1TR.t ATE, the long life Enamel
nation in contrast to the conditions in :Mamie Barr, the attractive complete. Come in and cool off. WINTER PARK COLEMAN & RHAN

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L.
Europe.Mr.
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Barr, left yesterday morning over the iI
W. RO'Neal then respondedto vs.
I DEATH OF MRS. PETERSThe SKATING RINK ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Atlantic Coast Line for Jacksonville
the toast, "The American Flag," at I --=-
where she will be the
of the
guest
the close of which the entire
, arose and "America." company Mrs. A. Misses Alice and Marietta\ Drew fora 10 cents 20 cents AI'OI'KATIIUIISD.tY I many friends of Mrs. Caroline management of the skating
sang couple of weeks. Miss Barr will Peters will regret to learn of her rink are very sorry to announce that
B. Whitman then brief and interesting
gave a join her parents and sister, Miss An- JUNE 17 I death which occurred in this city Sat- Elwood, the sixteen year old "boy

V history of our present flag, nie, when they through that city urday, at a local hospital. The funeral wonder" who was to give an exhibi-
pass
which has been flying to the breeze I will be held this and tion of
morning the
I en route to their former home in -atFAIR fancy skating at rink to-
for eighty-two years. !the interment will be at Gotha. Hammond night, has wired them that he
The gentlemen then returned to the I Greenville, S. C., to spend the sum- j'
mer. & Gore have charge of the ar- sprained his ankle Saturday night and
city, the ladies remaining until the GROUNDS
I i rangements. will not be able to appear on this
-
1 ate afternoon and listening to a de-
I date, but will be here
at a future
"ghtful, old fashioned story of the Deaconess Emily Ridgeley, a mis- I
ADMISSION 23c.; time.
Starbuck family of Nantucket Island, sionary in China for some years past, ROOf GAROfNTODAY I NOTICE

read by Mrs. O'Neal. but now on furlough, is expected on a

Mrs. Cheney had the camp deco- visit to friends here, and is to give Grand Stand Free The partnership of Davis and Manning BALDWIN COTTAGE SOLD

rated with flags, and the punch bowlin an address on work in China at the I painting ami decorating, has
f been dissolved, and notice is
hereby Mr. M. Martin has purchased the
the living room was filled with a Cathedral Chapter House tomorrow, that W. L. Davis will not be
delicious cool drink and was found Wednesday: at1 p. m. All persons Game Called at 3:30MlltltlMllllltlllllllMt t. given liable for any debts incurred by said Baldwin cottage on East Church

very refreshing.Lake interested in mission work are cor- J 1|I firm. W. L. DAVIS. street. Mr. Fred P. Dale negotiated
I I \-15-6t the sale.
dially invited to attend.
Conway sparkled blue in thesun

enchanting breezes were contin- I --
ually wafted from the east, the wood- I Mrs A. B. Whitman, of Orlando, I

ed shore line on the south was magnetic who spoke eloquently in behalf of her
"COURT MARTIALED"A
and beautiful large flags waved city yesterday at the final session of FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
_. _
from trees outside, making a scene 'o the dentists' association, departed for big Four Act Feature with no
alluring that the guests were loth *o her home last evening. Mrs. Whitman -

say good-bye: and return to Orlando. was one of a .considerable num- advance in price.A Established 1886

The general verdict was "a perfect ber of women who were interested at- stirring military drama with
day." tendants at the convention.-St. Petersburg -

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Independent. Broadway stars. A very fine

Dow, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal, Mr. and bill. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

Mrs. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Branch, The Philathea class of the First

:Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs Baptist church will hold a businessand

Crossley, Mr. and Mrs. Schuller, Mr. social meeting in the class room

and Mrs J. M. Cheney, Mr. and Mrs.J. Tuesday evening, June 15. All mem- LOANS

Y. Cheney, Mrs. Benschbach, Mrs. bers are earnestly requested to be Large bottle Vantines Per-

Florence Hudson, Mrs. L. Johnson, ther epromptly at 8 o'clock p. m.
fume to be given away to nightat
Mrs. S. A. Robinson, Mrs. A. L. Mallory -0-- REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Mrs. Frank Phillips, :Miss Lora- An adjourned meeting of the As- nine o'clock.

dele Phillips, Master Billie Crossley, I sociated Charities of Orlando is to be

Florence Jackson, Miss Dane, Mrs. (Continued in fourth column)

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You will regret that you have not before visited our cool-
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We use pure Syrups and Fruits, the best of milk in
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We have been at the same old stand for twelve :years

and know how. We have Peach, Vanilla, Strawberry and
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i is APOPKA ITEMS SUMMER SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS APPOINTMENTS OF FLORIDA ,

s LETTER TO THE SENTINEL I TO OPEN JUNE 21 POSTMASTERSWashington

Apopka Fla., June 10.-Harry
Witherington has been packing and I F. A. Hathaway, superintendent of D. C.-The appoint- CONSIDER !
for the few ment of the following Florida post-
shipping tomatoes past i
FROM STATE BOARD public instruction for Duval county, t
II masters is announced: I!
days.Miss Winnie Wall has accepted an is busy completing plans for the Rock Harbor, Marion county, Miss There is no better feed to keep before your chickens.

OF HEALTHJudgment apprenticeship in the News office opening Training of School the Duval for Teachers County Summer, which Ellen L. Cribb. old or young, than BRAN, PURE WHEAT BRAN, made
i here, where she is learning the art of
sticking type.H. opens in the Duval high school Mon- Staunton, Marion county, Miss Sophia from winter wheat.

H. Witherington has put downa day,course June 21.of study He ,is which now will compilingthe be in J. Lytle.Examinations. We have it fresh, direct from the mill, free from

vs. Prejudice well at his cottage on Seventh the main along professional lines with to fill vacancies in I weevil, and at a price that will please you.
Young men for war-old men for street. special stress laid upon teaching the rural carrier force in Florida will'
counsels. After spending the winter here T. methods. He is also conferring with be held as follows: Our Shorts are of the same high quaIit\i:d lowprice.

and M. Byars left Thursday morning in the different members of the faculty Blountstown Calhoun June 'I' 1'"
Because
,
Why? experience county,
his auto for Birmingham, Ala., wherehe by letter and is answering many com-
years bring wisdom, calmness of will spend the summer, but expects munications from teachers and appli- 26. I Pound, Sack, Ton or Carload.
judgment-or they should, and if they to return here again by October cants in Duval county and other partsof St. Augustine for Hastings, St,
come not with age they come not at I I, where he will remain throughoutthe the state relative to the scope and Johns county, June 26. ,

all.Florida's F.tourist H. Davis season, W.or G.longer.Talton, and F. character He believes of the that course.the attendance will Fort Pierce for Jensen, St. Lucie I The Co-Operative Produce Co.
State Board of Health is I June 26.
S. Witherby were before the county be fully as large as it was last year, county I
the growth of years. It has been use- commissioners Tuesday in the inter- if not larger. At the close of the DeFuniak Springs for Laurel Hill,
W. S. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE
DeWITT. M'g'r. 447
ful as a state builder because its executives est of the Central Florida highway. I school the state superintendent will Walton county, June 26.
They report that they received great conduct the examinations for state,
have had the benefit of the Tavares for Leesburg, Lake county, "
encouragement from the commissioners. primary and special certificates, as he -
calm judgment that brought it into did last year. June 26.Tampa.
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existence and that has guided its de- Wm. Gage made a business trip to As set forth in ar esolution adoptedby for Lutz, Hillsborough county -I,
velopment.No Orlando Tuesday evening. the board of instruction at a recent June 26.
meeting, all teachers in the
coun-
one who has watched its accomplishments Chief G. Harod is able to be out expected to attend the Plant City for Lutz, Hillsborough
are summer
ty
through more than twen- again after a week of confinement. school. It will close in time to give county, June 26. -
suffering with rheumatism.H.
ty-five years, can honestly questionthe H. Witherington, John A. Bow- the teachers two months' vacation be- Pensacola for McDavid, Escambia DISCOUNT ON fURNITURE
fore the schools 27.
large part it has had in making man, R. L. Bowman and D. W. Clark reopen September county, June 26. .
There is no charge to Duval county
Florida a better place to live in. It were among those who visited the teachers to take this course, but a Milton for Munson, Santa Rosa
capital of Orange last Monday.
has advertised to the world, particu- A nice growing rain fell here Tues- nominal fee of $10 is being required county, June 26. To reduce our stock as much as
larly through the medium of the med- day afternoon which did a great deal from those applicants from outside Tampa for Seffner, Hillsborough

ical profession, the overcoming of cer- of good to growing crops. the county. county, June 26. much as possible by the 15th, will

tain disadvantages that existed for- The new hose reel and 500 feet of Plant City for Seffner, Hillsborough
new fire hose has arrived and as soon BIDDING FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY give a
the menacing of tropical dis- county, June 26.
merly by as the fire plugs are installed our bus- PAVING I I
eases from the peculiar geographical iness district will be well protected Tampa for Sydney, Hillsborough Discount of 25 Per Cent
relation of the state to the West Indies against damage from fire. Messrs. Copeland and Gillespie, who county, June 26.
T. B. Tower, the new fire chief,has are in charge of building the Orange I
and to other infected lands. It I Plant City for Sydney, Hillsborough
had a new sign painted on his auto, county brick road from Orlando to ; off our regular cash price on any
has applied the latest developments in which reads, "Chief A. D. F." This the Osceola county line, were in the county, June 26. I
medical science to the advantage of attracts attention when he is out with city Wednesday. Mr. Copeland states I goods in store.Hammonds.
Florida. his auto. that the Orange county road will be I
Crops never looked better than they completed in sixty days. These gen- Go as you please, go whenever and I _. \
-. And this work has been made possi- do at this time in this section. tlemen were here to arrange to bid on wherever you please and, like other I

ble because men of foresight and calm Practically every member of the I the building of the Osceola county I wayward souls have done, you will

judgment appreciated the necessity of Apopka Board of Trade were in Or- road to the Orange county line.-Kis- fail to please the multitude. Even in
I ore
lando on Thursday, June 10, to attend simmee Valley Gazette.
such for the of
an agency protection the Central Highway meeting. Al- the trivial matter of getting a wife,

the state's greatest asset-its health.It ready there has been quite a bit of interest j how many there are who would like I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
The St. Charles Hotel will remain >
was the wisdom of such men that aroused over the building of Special rates. I to choose for you to grumble at your
summer
; worked out the plan of financial sup- that highway through Apopka, and open.6-10-5tc ,I choice. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
now that we feel that there
is a prospect -
port in establishing a small tax upon 1-
of placing us on the national
all the assessable property of the highway it has so enthused our people |

state. It has been the counsel of such that they are ready to join in the ; :
that has maintained the Boardin movement and all are boosters for it. ,
men .
A special meeting of the board of I --\. t- ---- Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
its work the \
through years and has trade was held and plans formulated .'. : j .
established on a firm footing a health which if carried out will assist in securing f r---1 _--_.

board, which medical men elsewhere, the great central highway for l j : : --
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us. Let's keep up the fight until the _.:
who appreciate the value of the work, -- -
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victory is ours. I : .
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have declared has not its for I ,
equal The Sunday schools of Apopka have j
practical efficiency in all the South.It each planned for a picnic outing to I I : I CAREY HAND
be held at Wekiwa I _.______ t
Springs. The Bap-
has been the work not of one ; .---,
tists have fixed the date for Wednesday I I
man, nor of any set of men, but of June 16, while the Methodists : :. ;
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different men who, as the years have have named Thursday, June 17, as ,. iI FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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gone, have left the impress of their their date. A good time will be had I -- -'
on both days, no doubt, and the chil- I
wisdom to make it more efficient. II. AND EMBALMERAll
dren as well as grown ups will enjoy I. Message
To the digested experience of calm ORLANDO *
the occasion. Dinner will be spread ion To the BusinessMen
judgment, which can give their true the grounds and all will be invited j'I No.1

and relative value to events, is due to participate in the "eats. Carri- of Orlando .
ages, wagon, autos and buggies will calls answered
the
development of ideas into institu- be furnished to carry the children to I Promptly Day
tions of large public utility. Preju- and from the springs. Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is

dice is an enemy of progress, and at Miss Margaret Zepp expects to the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town or Night. Hand Block.

times in the history of Florida's leave this week for Washington, D. C., show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their I .
to visit her brother and spend the
homes well
are painted.
Health Board its i
progress has been summer there. I Orlando Florida.
hampered by unreasoning prejudices,, Mrs. John Love and children left Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint- ,

and too often there have been due this Dade week City.to visit her daughter near hungry buildings. Let's paint up. As the most durable and .I PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457

to ignorance, or a failure or unwill- Thos. economical paint, we recommend
Daily
formerly a resident of
ingness to know or to comprehend the this place, spent last Monday nightas
problem from every viewpoint. the guest of his friend, W. T.

The Board has its powers by the Berry The, and family. Dutch Boy A antic White Leadand
street committee has ordered
authority of the state legislature since trash cans placed on the principal corners 'r .

1889. This body with its changing to receive the waste papers and
membership has been responsible for help to keep the town clean. Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your
the Harold Corton has returned home painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of The Orlando Meat MarketT.
organization of the
Board and for
painting have in mind. the
for his vacation, which will be about you Today's day.
the increasing powers granted it. The two weeks, after which he will return
f various governors of the state have again to Miami.Wednesday NATIONAL' LEAD COMPANY A. YANCY, Manager .

named the members of the Board and afternoon the residenceof
F. S. Witherby, on Fifth street Wholesale and
,
?'t calm judgment has guided the selec- was struck by lightning, but no dam- Retail Dealer in Choice

"r tion. These various Boards have fol- age was done except to frighten the Florida and Western Meats '
lowed inmates of the house.
a policy of advance which has
changed only in minor details M. T. Anderson is out after an illness WE'RE GETTING GOOD ? ? ? I
the
as of a few days.A I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, VegetablesGame\ Etc.
years have vanished. quiet wedding in which the'contracting -

: The legislature that has just passed parties were Mr. John Jack- To Our Customers I I I Special. Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
into son and Miss Ethel Hickson was solemnized -
history has
exercised its author-
r at the home of the bride's Do you want a fine Velvet Rug, 36in. x 72 in., in
ity wisely in its additions to the parents, just east of town, last Mon- soft pleasing colors, or a white and blue wool and fibre I PHONES IBusiness X Residence 135 133 Cor. P. O. BOX 226
Orange Ave. and Church
St.
equipment of the
i Board. A broader day at high noon. Immediately after same size,
field of action has been opened and the ceremony the happy young couple
Aluminium Ware?
left by auto for Do you use
l' the Jacksonville, and
possible usefulness of this agency 14 Piece set and 72 set Blue and
It. from there continued their trip into See our our piece
f has been widely extended. It has Virginia. The best wishes of their Gold Dishes. All the above will b*'> fiven away absolutelyfree.
been brought into closer contact with friends go with them.
.
i the people of the state, who support CallFINLEY'S

f f its work. CANADA TO MAKE 40,000 SHELLSA PIONEERand ORLANDO ROOFINGAND .
The DAY
f calm judgment of Florida's legislative -
f see our Premium Table.
representatives has prevailed
Toronto, Ont.-Gen. Alexander'Bertram
i- over prejudices and misapprehensionof chairman of the shell committee- Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67 I

the work and mission of the Board. appointed by the Dominion government : SHEET METAL CO.

The result will be a better, a more to superintend the manufactureof
healthful Florida. munitions of war, addressing the
delegates to the Canadian Manufac

turers' Association convention today, THE VERY LATEST IDEASIn Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
GEORGIA TO CELEBRATE SELECTION said that orders had been placed in ,
OF DIXIE Canada by the British government for
AMERICUS: JULY HIGHWAYAT 5th 9,000,000 shrapnel shells. Post Cards are always to be found on our racks. We also and Rubber Roofings
Although at the outbreak of the
war there was only one shell making carry by far the largest assortment of local view cards.
Americus. Ga.-Americus has been plant in Canada, with a capacity of Cornices Skylights. Healing. Ventilating. Metal Ceilings
selected as the place for holding the seventy-five shells per day, there are Over one hundred views of Orlando and vicinity. Look .

big Dixie highway celebration on July now 130 establishments engaged in if wish
cards
over our frequently to keep posted on
5. you Works 14 E. Church St. a
Preparations are being made to the manufacture of shrapnel, and : ORLANDO .
pull off the biggest stunt of its kind I within a short time the output would "postcarditis. Just now we have some very new ideas in i I
ever attempted in South Georgia. The be between 40,000 and 50,000 shells a
railroads have promised to cooperateand day Gen. Bertram said. birthday and general greeting cards.

will offer reduced rates to Amer Nearly seventy thousand artisansare
icus on that date. Preparations will employed in the work, the weekly W. S. BRANCH
,
be made to handle 5,000 visitors on wage bill being about one million dol Try a Sentinel Want Ad
that day. lars. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

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J-JuInber. LathS and Siiii 1e3ORLANDO SENTINELWANT TO TilE ORANGE MELON COUNT GROWERS: : OF


Ocoee, Fla., June 8, 1915.
On and after June 15th I will be
S New York City, for the purpose
disposing of my melon crop. Any
wishing me to handle their crop at
correct market price, may wire
A The :Morning Sentinel Want write me.
C. R. AGEN.
a Directory is the Greatest Want No. Water St.,
If Ad Medium in Orlando. 6-10-6tc New York, X.

Terms Cash Advance..

Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES PLAIN derwear SEWIXG-Specialt; reasonable prices. on Call
For One Day ______________25t: 20 West Pine. -
For Three Days ____________5Cc
For Six Days _______________75c;
For One Month ____________S2J50
This rate applies on all ads of USE
25 words or less. If the ad contains :
E WANT YOU TO GET PERFECT more than 25 words the rate I
will be one cent per word for 1
W each additional word, for each in- E-CO
sertion.If .
GAS SERVICE you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telepnone will be
payable the following day.

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

OUR DESIRE MOSQUITOES BED BUGS,
FOR SALE = MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND j
is our satisfied
Very nearly every gas consumer
want satisfied customers-patrons who will ALL OTHER INSECTS
friend. We CADILLAC FOR SALE-1910 road-
not only be pleased themselves, but who will speak a ster; good condition; also semitonneau GE-CO is a stainless liquid used
for same; $225 takes it; must a spray and guaranteed to do
good word for their gas service. sell this week. Roadster, Box 122. work. Don't set up and fight 1
I 6-13-3t. quitoes all night. Spray your :
OUR ADVICE with GE-CO and go to sleep.
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract your Groceryman get it for yau. ,
one quarter mile from city limits; direct if he will not supply you. :
r To bring about this desirable condition, the Company very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- up by the
II to do with the obsolete poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
advises its gas consumers away n nn
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ranges and appliances that are now behind these days of G. S. U. UU.,

progress. The gas appliance industry has advanced as cottage SALE, seven OR RENT rooms Twe and story bath, Pi O. Box 285 Phone 341

wonderfully as all other progressive industries, and you modern conveniences, roomy porches, Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com- 1
i'. will be surprised to see the changes for the better that 2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. pound and keep down the dust. 1

have taken place in gas ranges, water heaters, etc. 1
FOR RENT

OUR OFFER FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- DoctorsBuckmilstC"r i
I mer, or by the year cheap. T. A.
Come to our salesrooms and see the remarkablenew Yancey. 3-28-tfc & B 1'111 ul a(

ranges-beautiful in design and apearance, perfectin I
WANTED OSTEOPATHS
operation and extraordinary in features of economy. I :
Personal instruction under Dr. J
I
\Ve offer them to you at very low prices and on the easiest WANTED-To rent house by the
at Kirksville, Mo. i
I year. Must be modern, have sleeping -
of terms. I porch, about five or six rooms,and 132 S. Orange Ave.. above
I must be well located, close in. State National Bank. Phone 578.
location and rent in answer. Address
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf
PHONE 646 j
TO ECIIANGE-For house and lot
in Orlando, lake front 1 mile from For Eight Cylinder (adilla
railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 j
t )KJL: : NDO WATER & LIGHT CO acres set to unimproved budded trees; extra two years good ago land.; 3 FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXGBARNARD

Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc & SON

recovered 17 Hughey Street Orlando,
GAS DEPARTMENT
Umbrellas and repaired 1
"while you wait" at Young's Repair 12-10-lm
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

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TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
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Orlando Wood Yard
repairs of all kinds done ,
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; r't
screen doors and windows a specialty;; j
garages, office fixtures; window and Removed from Pine St. two blocks
door frames made to order. Get j
f our
north Railroad, west end Wash-
: on
Sale
tice-Special prices. 18 East Church street. A
: postal will bring us. 5-16-lmo ington all times.St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat 3

...._ ,. WHY NOT CALL THE PLUMBER
before the doctor and let him put
t
your plumbing in sanitary condition.Call .
GINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 6-9-6t phone 597. Sallas & Sallas. : B. W. KINGSLEYPHONE j


And continuing for two weeks To reduce our stock as much as possible 344
by the 15th, will give a discountof
_. 25 per cent. off our regular cash 1 1j
price on any goods in store Ham-

E f- : >>> PER CENT DISCOUNT I mond & Gore. 6-5-tf j

STOP! LOOK! LISTENGasoline18c. !
...... --. per gallon; oil 12c. per quart. DON'T WORRY J
for one week, commencing Monday,
On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts June 14. Auto Washing Station, 14
East Church street. Freeman V. D. J.
Phillips, manager. 6-13-6t
Kimonas, .and House Dresses
FOR EXCHANGE acres very fine If you are disappointedabout
muck land, available for immediateuse.
s A v.! ; Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Will trade for building materia getting a new Eas-
and labor. P. P. McGraw, Sentinel ter Suit,we can put your
office after 6 p. m. 6-13-3t old condi-
c- ATLY REDUCED PRICES one in good
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB tion for just such occas

Come and look at our line Located in the Arcade BuildingAll ions.

work guaranteed and neat-
ly done. Our work is the best ..ORlANDO STEAM lAUNDRY.
SiTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO.
and our prices are the lowest.
This is the place to have your Dry Cleaning
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. old clothes made new. Steam Cleaning

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Pressing and Repairing
dry cleaned, pressed60c.
E;';: :-r =::: : J.. Suit pressed _____________40c.
..v+* __i' r, All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed ____________50c
: Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Cut Flowers
rJIL.t'.re Ice Crean1. We do ladies' work also. Giveus
a trial and be convinced.
Clothes called for and delivered. and
-.. I Phone 613.You !

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Pii t ant PURE ICE Floral Designs
f'EEA 1 ,- >r HAND'S. If For Party j

.MI. 44 t \o ?e that we take Club Colollial l ] Hill 1
I. < in its
L :: re manuWe make our Ice Cream from

_'ntyrm t ti .-r p and watch us tubercular tested cows. All Church Social .Violet Dell Florist. j

.. be
;*** ftit f. will surprised School I 1
cans, moulds and everything SocialLodge I
hear about Colonial
:. d eu" ,7 detail is given. -
used in the manufacture of our J. M. CARUTHERS
time Hills.
a: f&t.i i want any
Ice Cream is thoroughly sterileeL .. Phone 509. 408 South Lake
,
In quantity
fc6*. ; any PicnicOrder You read about Colo- J
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1 i...i Ip.
nial Hills.
yg-:, dially invited to j
oJ r;* factory at any Hands Pure You talk about Colo- CUNT BASSPHONE

Ice Cream nial Hills.
375WestJefferson
i I Sooner or later you Street

will buy in Colonial Successor to 1


NDS ICE CREAM CO. Hills.It will Why give not you NOW satis-!' Hand Wood CompanyWood

of All Kinds
faction and profit.
'. 566 W. Jefferson StreetIr PROMPT SERVICE

CARL DANN REASONABLE

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. LOCAL AND PERSONAL

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"Let's meet at Butt's."
HOW ARE

hiss Blanche McCamy has returned YOU FIXED?
home after spending some time at

school in Jacksonville.Mr. z __ -- -

T' .
A. V. French, one of Sanford's
ki-tf3w tit
representative citizens, spent yester- } R

day in Orlando on business.Mr. .

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and Mrs. E. A. Quigg and Mr. ."
and Mrs. F. A. Rollins, who motoredto
Daytona-by-the-Sea for a week's
.
yq outing, have returned to Orlando.
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"Let's meet at Butt's." j
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Mr.: and Mrs.v.. H. Reynolds left ":: ""r. _'._-- = -
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yesterday for Daytonavhere they 1 <\ ---
will visit their daughter, Mrs. J. \\\ lrAviriiF

"Do not put off for tomor- Pruitt. : 'LNLLLt4A '
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.' what should do to-
row you
Congressman. J. Sears, of Kis- d-hLe L\"ogJlP ttllt6t
I ; day"-for tomorrow never simmee, was among the distinguished tt -
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1: comes! Floridians transacting. business in Orlando {tU, a Bkcci.

,p yesterday.FOR < .i Doing is the great thing. The man SALE u.111 OtVCWW

who acts accomplishes. It may be SIX CYLINDER.: SEVEN PASSENGER -

t; too late if you wait. Why not de- CAR. THIS IS A BAR
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
posit a dollar today and start on the CAR HURRY. BOX ;67. 6-15-tf
k. TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO
acticve road to prosperitythousands -
Mrs. J. Tedder, who has been the BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
are traveling happily that way. guest of Mrs M. J. Young, 317 North BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how Main street, has returned to her homein
YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORTANY
easily, faithfully and steadily your Plant City.
ENTERPRISE YOU MAY UNDERTAKE.
account grows.
"Let's meet at Butt's. WE WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU.

THE STATE BANKOF Mrs. J. F. Gordon and sister Miss BANK WITH U:

Nina Swearingen, left yesterday afternoon -
ORLANDO FLORIDA for a few days visit to friendsin WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS

Loughman and Tampa.Mr. .

P. Murphy left yesterday for The Peoples National BanK"IT

Chattanooga and other points Northon
business. He will be absent from IS PLEASURE 'TO SERVE YOU."
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Orlando until the end of the month.
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Mrs Agnes Smith who has been
f visiting her son, Mr. G. :Max Smith
ARE YOU DRINKING and wife at their home on South Or- F

ange avenue, left yesterday morningfor " IMIMIIIMMIM .'.
Port Orange.Dr. .
,.
it J. II. Smith left yesterday af-

ternoon part of for the Whittier state, in in response the southern to a THE NBW P PAWA A TWIN-SIX


I Elder Spring message Mr.man Levi residing calling Drawdy in him,Osceola a to prominent the county.Mr. bedside stock-. of



Ed. A. :McKoy president of the
McKoy Land company, arrived in Or- FULLY EQUIPPEDThe
lando yesterday afternoon from New

Water ? Orleans and will probably spend sev-
eral days in this section looking after
E interests. best value ever producedin


"Let's meet at Butt's." high grade MOTOR CARS

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wells and
daughter. Miss Wilda left Sunday in
their machine for Daytona where they
f.o.b. Orlando
'; will spend a couple of weeks and then

A pure, sparkling, thirst- go to Richmond, Va., where they will
remain during the summer. $2,725.00 .

s quenching spring water. :Mrs. Mary Maddox and Mrs. L. E.

Craine who have spent several weeksin

Look for it in the homes : Orlando, left yesterday for Eustis
you where they will make a visit before Sold
I going to their home in Cheboygan By
visit. II I Mich.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Harris and San Juan Garage Company

sons, Masters Jim and Robert, who

have Clarence been Brown the guests at of their Mr. home and Mrs.on . . . .. . . .11.1..1,1,1..111. ."._ 1' .
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CALL UP I North Orange avenue will leave this -=
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\vuv.\WRIGHT\ Flione n 444'' lando Mr.the New Saturday Manatee L.York L. Payne and river.from Boston.returned a business He to also tripto Or- THE CORPORATE EXECUTOR ,


Most of wealth select corporate ,
visited friends in Norristown, Pa. The persons .a & -' t
know it insures -
executor because they
And weather was quite cool and as he (
order
place your today faithful and capable performance of the
Tailed to carry his overcoat along, he
found his Palm Beach outfit a little trusts they create.
.
bit too tropicaLGlance Whether the estate be large or of mod- ;
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UMitllMMIIMIMtllllllllltnillillltttltMIIIMValuable .. erate size, it is to the interest of both .. c:
over your stock of letter yourself and heirs to name this! Company r
heads, envelopes, bill heads and state- as executor and Trustee. ur +
ments, and see just how many you s- 4 Kr '
convinc-
Trusts
The Records of our are
have on hand. If you are needing any ing evidence of the community's confi.A-. F ..
of these the
or anything in line of job 1F
dence in our capabilities. :
printing, send in or phone your orderto

Diamond LostHow this office and we will fill the orderat WHY THE TRUST COMPANY: 1
once. Do it now. .

of the necessity for efficient ,
Because
Mr. Chas. E. Rinaldi, the popular ,
commercial representative who trav- banking organizations to care for the fidu- 4.
business, the Trust Company has developed -
els Florida in the interest of the Im ciary E
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- ,' \ porters' Coffee company, New Or- in half a century; the highest type;

sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby leans, after spending several days in of banking institution. .

having it examined at our store at least once every ] this city at his home on the corner Primarily chartered to handle trusts .. -

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds '< \ of Anderson and South Lake streets, the Trust Companies of the United States t ,e v Y.;
working nearby towns, left yesterday have developed such efficiency that not one i .
of
f
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing afternoon for .
in our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman'sprofit. Tampa.Mr. cent of trust funds committed to their r '_
have been lost through failures. i
care
A trial will convinec you. and Mrs. T.1.. Hoover, of
Trenton, N. J., who have been visiting : Have you investigated the service of "
points in the southern part of the j this institution, .L .
state, giving the Florida climate a
try-out in the so-called heated
term,


T. H. EVANSJEWELER yesterday.ing yesterday were the in Orlando refreshing as they They Sunday were were breezes happily and interviewed as part enjoy-they of I;., OPIallaO n Bank & Trnst t Goffipally i


wafted from the cooling waters of '
; Lakes Davis and Cherokee and expressed -I ORLANDO, FLORIDA

themselves as being simply
charmed. They were delighted with Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three

Orlando, its climate and its people, Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. '
and after a journey to the Atlanticad
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