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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 22, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 22 1915. NUMBER 11'2.CA1VIERON'A .




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FRENCH GAIN IN DRIVE TOWARDS RHINE



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ANCHOR LINE STEAMER: FRENCH AGAIN MAKING TD MURDERER NOT TOFRANK"GOV

THINKS SHE DESTROYED PROGRESS AGAINST | BOARD OF TRADE ENDORSES

GERMAN SUBGERMANSWANMS.TO RHINE POSITIONS SAVE SLATON ,



INQUIRE GERMANS HOLDING ARRAS GAINSBut Atlanta, Ga., June 21.-Governor .-ignity of her laws. and if the choice- BRIDGE ACROSS ST. JOHNSFrank's

i Slaton Has at his country home when tust be made between' the approba-

Into the Methods of British Admit Losses in Alsace he announced his decision on the Leo ':ion of citizens of other states and
:\I. Frank case. In making this announcement enforcement of our laws against .
Warfare in the War Zone Where Fierce Battles Rage the governor dictated the ;,rffenders" we must choose the latter -
Life Is WILL CO-OPERATE WITH
-Ship "Boston, Mass.," by the RejuvenatedFrench following brief statement: !}nUernathe.
-All that I ask is that the people I '.."It is charged that the court and CITIES IN SECURING
of Trouble Menaced On Way
Cause of Georgia read my statement of the I f ;'ryere terrorized ba mob andt THESE BRIDGES
reasons why I commuted Leo M. !IFrank.s at the jury were coerced into their
LONDON, JUNE .-THE ANCHOR London, June 21.-The French have To PenitentiaryMacon
death sentence to life ', rdict. When Frank was' indicted
LINE CAMERON1A AR- carried Metzeral in Alsace by assault .
impriS-j' RAMSEY IS BOOMED FOR OFFICE
onment before they pass a' the air was filled with rumors as
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RIVED AT LIVERPOOL LATE
and driven the Germans back toward "Feeling as I do about this case II t.the murder and mutilation of the Ga., June 21.-A crowd of
YESTERDAY FROM NEW YORK.
I Meyerhof to the east in their tremendous would be a murderer if I allowed this j R there was intense feeling, and to about ten men gathered around Frankat
r IT WAS REPORTED THAT SHE I I I B. T. Recommends to Governor
t I drive toward the 'Rhine positions man to hang. It may mean that I !s'*fi an extent that my predecessor 3 o'clock this morning when he satin

WAS VOYAGE ATTACKED BY A DURING SUBMARINE TilE I! of the Kaiser's forces, while must lire in obscurity the rest of my : (. -ernor Brown, stated in argument I an automobile owned by; a local Trammell Name of Local
days, but I would rather be plowing I b, <.re me that he had the militia taxicab company just before the departure Man
WHICH THE CAPTAIN BELIEVES : maintaining all gains in the sector for State Highway
j in a field than to feel for the rest of rti. lly to protect the defendant if any Milledgeville' where he
HE RAMMED AND SANK. I north of Arras and gaining local successes : CommissionerAbout
my life that I had that man's blood ahilckas made. Some weeks! will be given light work.

at isolated encounters and various on my hands." I later the defendant was put on trial" "You're lucky to save your neck,"
What Will Demand
Germany other sectors of the front. Governor Slaton was completing along I 'the' governor then referred to one of the members told Frank. "You a year ago the Orlando
Washington, June 21.-The German The Germans admit evacuating his for : that Board of Trade donated and paid to-
statement giving reasons j JGiorgia's laws relating to change of are lucky you came through
government has filed with the state Metzeral. Heavy losses are admittedby his action and this, he said would be ver'ie, declaring these provisions Griffin without any one knowing that I ward the building of a road to the
department specific cases in which it the French in a local encounter on made public later. i nuKtt broad in behalf of the defendantto !you were on the train." St. Johns river the sum of $500 Kis-

is alleged that Great Britain has used the western edge of the Argonne for- In his statement exhaustively explaining insure a fair triaL Frank he said, To all these remarks Frank offeredno simmee and Sanford paid a proportionate -

false flags on armed merchantmen est, where fierce fighting has been resumed his reasons for commuting'rank's went to trial without asking a changeof !; remark. amount and the Geneva section -

.r which attacked or attempted to attack sentence. Governor Slaton reviewed venue and submitted his case to a The former factory superintendentchewed paid about $1,500. This road is

German submarines.One the circumstances surrounding jury that was acceptable to him. gum incessantly, apparentlycalm. continued on the Brevard county side

of these cases affects the I BASEBALL RESULTS the murder of Mary Phagan in the "During the progress of the trial." he of the river.A .
United States it is alleged on com- National Pencil Factory here on April continued "after evidence had been bridge was about to be built connecting -

plaints that a merchantmen which ? National League 26, 1913 the conviction of Frank and introduced laying the crime with Milledgeville, Ga., June .-Leo :M.: the two roads but was inter-

rammed a German submarine displayed Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3. his appeal for clemency. He mentioned many offensive details upon Frank, Frank arrived here at 5 o'clock this rupted by the federal government on

in large letters the words No others. scheduled. the attention attracted to the the feeling against him became intense morning in an automobile from )Ia- the assumption that it would block

."Boston Mass." American League i case all over the country and the ,. If the audience in the con. He was immediately placed in navigation the requirement being a

The state department is expectingat Philadelphia 7-1, New York 6-7. widespread appeals for corn mutation. court room manifested their deep resentment the Georgia prison farm. ; draw bridge.Mr. .

any time an official statement from Washington 3-6, Boston 8-5. Continuing, the statement reads: toward Frank, it was largely Mississippi Murderers to Die I Raulerson of Geneva appeared

the German foreign office that the No others scheduled. "The murder was a most heinousone I by this evidence of feeling beyond Jackson. Miss., June 21.-Five mur- before the Board of Trade Monday

submarine U-29 was rammed by a Federal League and the offender deserves the the court's power to correct. It wouldbe derers today were condemned to die night and upon the representation

British merchantman flying a Swed- Brooklyn 2, St. Louis 8. punishment of death. The only question difficult for an appellate court or August 6, by Mississippi supreme substantiated by others, that only
ish flag. That is now the German Newark 3, Pittsburgh 2. is as to the identity of the criminaL a trial court to grant a new trial in court. Mississippians consideredthe smaller craft entered the river at that

claim. Baltimore 7, Chicago 2. I The responsibility is upon the such a long case because the audiencein I court's action remarkable becauseof point, asked and received the endorse-

Officials believe that the next note Buffalo 5, Kansas City 9. people of Georgia to protect the lives the court room on a few occasions I IintA" the clemency shown Leo Frank. ment of the Board that they be permitted -
from Germany may be equivalent to Southern League 'of her citizens and to maintain the e'd their sympathies.: -, tq construct': a. brid"/ sufficiently -

-a demand upon the United States Vcmohis 7, Chattanooga 3. l ::: -------- ----- high to accommodate such
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that she look into Great Britain's Birmingham 4, Atlanta 1. craft as navigate the upper river.

method of warfare in the Germanzone New Orleans 5, Mobile 4; 13 in- VILLA HAS FEW TROOPS The Daytona board of trade pre-
San Francisco.-No trace had been
and answer whether such meth- nings. : sented a communication through the
ods do not at least palliate the Ger- Little Rock 6-4. Nashville 5-5. found today of several ancient Egyp- secretary, asking the support of the
man tactics as against all vessels. ... South Atlantic League REMAINING LOYAL TO HIM tian scarabs, diamonds and emeraldsand Orlando board for a seventy foot
other rare jewels valued at $15-
Albany 6, Charleston 2. draw bridge near Sanford which was
BIGGER APPROPRIATION FOR -- 000 which were stolen from the do- also to the board.
Augusta 6, Jacksonville 3. readily agreed by
BUILDINGOn Washington June 21.Admiral now in the United States, had parted mestic arts and crafts section of the Should these
PUBLIC Columbus 3, Savannah 2. bridges be built the
Howard[ reported on his arrival atBari company with Villa is denied at varied industry palace of the Pan-
Columbia 2, Macon 0.: people will have access to two distinct
motion of Col. Bradshaw, the bay today. He evidently had not Washington.The ama-Pacific exposition Saturday routes, both of them very much need-
communicated the interior. The state department received night. The articles loaned
a were by
Board of Trade at its meeting last TOLD HER "ICEBERG" HUSBAND I ed.
state department has sent through'the '' telegram today from Carothers stat- Edgar Perere, of New York for .
night, resolved to have the secretary NEW YORK HAD A MILLION exhibition Ramsey for State Highway Commissioner
write Congressman Sears to push SUCH navy department instructions to ing that Villa had not broken with purposes.
t I Admiral Howard not to land until he Angeles but that he bound for
was
along the appropriation for the Or- The Board of Trade Monday night,
I had received further orders. Caution '' Washington to see state department BOND ELECTION IN PINELLAS
lando public building, end to increase! Winsted Conn.-Produced today at on motion of Hon. M. O. Overstreet
is necessary because of a battle between officials and hold conferences with the COUNTY POSTPONED
the appropraition from $60,000 the the trial of a divorce action of AmosII. resolved to recommend to the governor -
old figure to $125,000 in view of the Lister of Terryville was a letter the Yaquis and Villista troops. two Mexican agencies here. Angelesis St. Petersburg, Fla.-The call for Mr. G. R. Ramsey, of this city

constant and rapid growth of the city. Mrs. Joanna Lister wrote to her hus- Notwithstanding the apparently un- expected to pay a short visit to his an election to vote on $500,000 of road for the state highway commission, a
This action is based on the actual band after their separation. She solvable conditions from one end of family at Boston and then to come to bonds and $250,000 of time warrants new board created by the state legis-
Mexico the other of the ad-
needs of the city and commensuratewith called him an iceberg and advised him to some Washington for an interview with I was rescinded by the county commis- lature. The proposal met with unan-

the value of the government lot to go to New York and stay until he ministration leaders say there is no Secretary Lansing. sioners at a meeting in Clearwater, imous support.
special cause for alarm. They insist Intimations are that he will have
and the surroundings. discovered he was only one of a mil- and the board started afresh in its
Doubtless Mr. Sears with the as- lion. She said there were only three that the present policy of feeling out definite plans to submit to the state plan to construct brick highways in :MANY WATERMELONSThe :
I Mexicans, whether some leaders likeit department and the two :Mexican
sistance of our .lenitors; will be able things in Terryville-morning, noon Pinellas county.
or not, will be the controlling fac- agencies in this
to secure this additional appropria-j land night. Judge Joel II. Reed granted dty.'cording to a second car load of watermelonsfor
tion and it is hoped speedy action |I the decree.RUSSIAN tor in pacifying the country. They bulletin given out by the Carranza i i t s t f 55 s t t t this season rolled into town this

will be had through the next sitting j anticipate some ill temper and per- agency here Villa has very few BRYAN GAVE $:;00 TO INTERNED morning. It was consigned to Mike
haps some abuse from :Mexican leaders troops remaining lojal. '
y of congress. j jVOLCANIC I I. s s t a s s s a s sS s s a s s GERMANS George, who handled several car loads
t but they declare that relief] of the Villa and his staff are expected to .
last
GIRL CAPTURED season, and the melons were fine
"
I'! famine stricken population will proceed reach Juarez tonight. The whole *
ERUPTION s
REPORTED FIGHTING IN THE Welland Ont.-It became known looking ones. They were Florida
AT SEA SOUTH OF iS\ RANKS at all hazards. The news that Villa army is reported half starved today that about three months : grown, coming from the vicinity ofOrlando.
I Obregon had broken with Carranza and wounded and dying because of *
JAPAN !' ago there was received at Wel .-Tropical Sun, Palm Beach.
.. I definitely add that Filipe Angeles .,
: treatment.
poor
\ Berlin.-Among the prisoners land a check for S.;;00 from William -

Tokio.-Reports of a terrific vol- i. taken by Gen. von Iacken'en's'I. J. Bryan "for the alleviation THE WEATHER

canic eruption at sea south of Japan ,I army during the fighting in Gali- of distress among interned Germans i
'I. NEW U. OF F. CATALOGUE KEEP
two days ago have been brought into cia is the daughter of a Russian OUT OF MEXICOGives I' in this country" '" I Florida: Thunder storms Tuesdayand
Yokohama by incoming . . . . .
steamers. The coloneL She was dressed in the probably Wednesday.
disturbance is regarded here as a direct uniform of a one-year volunteer -
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cause of an earth shock in central -: and had been fighting in the Considerable Information : British Warn Subjects to Keep
Japan yesterday, the strongest I I. ranks. About State Universityand Clear of Mexico: Unless 8,000 'Phone "Helios" Per Day

.J experienced in several years. t s i i i t t t t f i i t. Its :Many Coursesof j I I Necessary to Go

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A Long Way To Tipperary" Sentinel is in receipt of a copy I J London, June 21.-A statement issued *

I.I."It's of the new University of Florida cat- | today by the British admiralty "Buzz buzz, buzz!" I From 1 to 2 p. m. the same per- 4

H. B. See Biking To 'Frisco alogue, which has just come from the I warns all British subjects against visiting "Number, please." formance is repeated, with 'ariations."Hubby" ''

press. It is a very neatly bound book I Mexico unless obliged to do so How many times can you imaginethis I lingers over the dessert, ,
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perhaps inhaling a fragrant "made in
Fonday N. \., June 16, 1915. tral park and Grant's tomb on River- and contains much interesting infor- j I by imperative necessity. performance is staged on an av- cigar, and the office downtown
Orlando Sentinel: side drive. mation about our state university and I -erage at the local telephone exchange I goes wild. r

After a four days stay in New Leaving "Little Old New York". we the excellent courses of instruction I Despite the great financial stress during a day's business From 5 to 7:30 .p. m. "Everybody j J

York city we left for Peekskill New sailed down old Broadway toward the offered there. First, is given general I over the country during theY>ast year Only 8,000 times. and Everybody's Cousin" is making j I
York where we spent the night. state capital at Albany, through the information concerning the history of [the enrollment was the largest the "Eight thousand" "dates" and using the 'phone to per-

From Peekskill to Hudson, N. Y., is I capital city, past the city hall to this the institution, equipment, regulations -I school has ever known being six hundred Yes, that's all, and then one is apt fect the little details of the evening's ,

74 miles, and proved to be a good expenses, etc., and then follows and forty-seven, including two f to get "peeved" if "Central" does not recreations. And then at last "Cen- i!

day's: ride. We spent the night at I city.We are on our way to Roche?!' in order a description of the I hundred and sixty-nine: in the univer- I I I answer as quickly as we think it tral" gets "30," and another busi- I

Hudson and cycled on to Albany, now, and hope to be there in two courses offered in the various depart- sity summer school. Counties repreJsented should! ness day is laid to rest among the E:

where we spent that night and then days. Next we will proceed to Buffalo ments of the university, viz., collegeof ; I forty-nine; states and foreign Eight thousand times and the quiet memories of days long since :
still onward to Fonday where we where I hope to tell you some arts and sciences, college of agri- !'countries, twenty. I busiest hours in "Central's" day are forgotten! bl':

spent the night of June 16. more of our experiences.The culture, college of engineering, college -i This catalogue will be sent to anyone from eight to nine in the dewy morn, In other words, during one year the ;J'
While in New York city we saw as trip has been fine up to date of law, teachers' college and nor- interested by addressing the pres- when the "Force" is trying to get enormous total of nearly one million

many of the sights as was possible in and we sail along very smoothly, although mal school and an account of the ident of the university Gainesville, "The Old Man" down to the office a calls goes through .the Orlando Tele- 4

our four days stop, which was indeed I have ruined three tires. Mr work being carried on by the divisionof Fla. half hour early; and from 10:30 to phone company's switchboards. Is it

very little. That little, however, was Warman is still using the tires he university extension agricultural 11:30, when "Wifey" is rushing in a any wonder telephone girls get ner-
"great. We visited the Woolworth' started out with, and yet-"It's a experiment station state nursery More of that $1.35 book for 50c. belated order for peach ice cream or vous prostration and Manager Dean

building, the Statue of Liberty Coney Long Way Tipperary!" stock nispection farmers' co-opera- "The Battle Cry." Curtis & O'Neal, pork chops for the twelve o'clock has to have a little vacation and
Island, the aquarium and zoo at Cen- II- B. SEE. tive demonstration work etc. book and music store. lunch. recreation; ;in Kentucky?
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Guests registering at the San Juan NOTICE WILL BUILD FREIGHT STATION I j TO ROUT MOTHSGet I

hotel yesterday included J. A. Galla 1!

gher, R. McKenzie, II. Murrell.. Of Application Section 8 of for Chapter Tax Deed laSS Under, St. Petersburg, Fla.-The St. Pe- some bitter apple from the

Jacksonville; E. P. Thagard, Florida; Laws of Florida tersbjirg and Gulf railway has begun | chemist crush it, and sprinkle! it

G. II. Davis, Live Oak; Mr. and :Mrs.S. the construction of a track to connect !among the clothes. You will find it Lister

C. Inman, Miss Alice Inman, Mr. .' Notice is hereby given that S. S. with the new freight and package ;, the finest thing on record for keep- ).
Griffin, of Orlando, Florida, purchaserof
and Mrs. C. II. Thompson, Florence tax certificate. 120, dated the station to be built on First avenue i t ing moths away from everything, and

Villa; D. Wyatt Aiken, New York; 2nd day of June, A. D. 1913, has filed south, west of Fifth street. The one can use garments at a moment's
'; Rev. J. J. O'Riordan, Sanford; ,Yo T. said certificate in my office and has I object is to provide shipping facilities -I notice as there is no odor left by bit- Mr. Automobile Owner !
made application for tax deed to issuein
Goodyear, F. D. Bryan, Lakeland; accordance with law. Said certifi- i for local merchants and others ter apple.

Geo. Holder, Sebring; S. J. Harden, cate embraces the following described I who shop goods to Gulfport and Pass-

Tampa.IN property, situated in Orange county, I a-Grille. W. W. ASTOR GIVES $100,000 TO How would you like to save at least 23: per cent. <>u
I Florida, towit: Northwest quarter of WORK OF RED CROSSLondon.
bill?
northwest quarter, section 2fi, town- you gas
COUNTY JUDGES COPRT. ORANGE TOURIST HOTEL BURNED ;AT
COUNTY FLORID ship 22 south range 28 east. The said
land being assessed at the date of the PETOSKY .-At a Mansion House I
In the Matter of the Estate of Minnie Chap. issuance of such certificate in the I meeting today, on behalf of Red
Deceased.To The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
man.Eliza Jones. A. P. Powell. and Phate Williams name of W. L. Ardue. Fetoskj, :\Iich-The Arlington, a Cross funds the Marquis of Lans-
whom Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
and all it
may concern
tourist hotel here burned to- downe announced that William Wal-
Whereas. II, J. Jones administrator of the according to law, tax deed early i
estate of Minnie Chapman deceased has filed will issue thereon on the 24th day of day with a lotof $250,000. All dorf Astor had opened the subscription -
his J>eitionith me to take assets in the I
hands of the administrator and for an order July, A. D. 1915. euests are thought to have escaped. list with $100,000. I YOUR MONEY BY USING
to sell to pay debts of the said Minnie Chap I Witness my official signature and
man deceased, the following described real seat this the 21st day of June, A. Dyi. .
estate, the property of the said Minnie Chapman !! .=i. -
deceased, situate bin and being in Orlando -
Orange County. Florida to-wit: (Seal.) U. M. ROBINSON, j 1y .
.t West half of Lot two 121 of Block "B. Clerk Circuit Court. Orange *
Parramore. Addition to Orlando as recordedin County, Florida. i "G"ASOSA V A"i
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flat Book C page 66. Orange County
Kecords. By M. A. HOWARD, D. C.
These are therefore to cite you to appear lyt ; rav
before the County Judge's Court of,Orange TOO LATE CLASSIFY --
County. Florida on the 12th day of July. A
D. 1915. and file objection if any you haveto
the granting of said petition; otherwise the
petition will be granted as prayed. UNDER NEWIANAGEIEXT-
WITNESS my hand as Judge of said Court Magnolia House. Rooms and board. SOME FACTS
and seal of said Court this 25th day of May Cor. Boone and South6226tc i :
A. D. 1915.
(SeaL) WM. MARTIN 1 I ,
5-27-6wkaY. County Judge. LOST-Roll of bills, between State : Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty percent
Bank and postoffice. Return to I $80.50 $89.00 $98.90 i of gasoline bill.
NOTICE Dickson-Ives and receive reward. it'I' f your
JACKSONVILLE TAMPA MIAMI
Increases mileage by giving from two to ten
Of Application for Tax Deed Under HORSE FOR SALE-Five years old; AND RETURN ANn RETURN AND RETURN your you
Section 8 of Chapter 4888,' buggy and harness. If sold at once miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.

Laws of Florida will 6-22-5tc give a bargain Pure Food Store. To the Great California Expositions : Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs '

Notice is hereby given that Howard I thus preventing carbonization.
A. Harvey, of Orlando Florida, pur- FOR RENT-New up to date eight I Proportionate rates from all intermediate points. Stop-over privileges I
chaser of tax certificate No. 670 dated room modern house, furnished or Insures easy starting and running by a uniform ab-
enroute and free side trip'to San Diego from Los Angeles.
unfurnished will rent half. Fronts
or
the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1913 has ;
divert of New Orleans St. Louis and sorption of gasoline on the wick.
filed said certificate in my office, and i on Lake Eola. Cheap. Fine location. Direst and routes by way ,
has made application for tax deed to I Call 2-1 Church street. 6-22-61* Chicago. Go one way and return another. Fast through trains and Increases your power and prevents backfire.No .
issue in accordance with law. Said I personally conducted tours.
certificate embraces the following de- SWEET POTATO SLIPS
machinery or anything to get out of order.
scribed property, situated in Orange I Owing to the fact that states outside F SUMMER EXCURSIONS
county, Florida, to-wit: Begin south-- of Florida are through planting [ 1
I You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
I 41 TO NORTH AND WEST
west corner section 30, township 22 sweet potatoes I am offering to Florida -
south, range 30 east, run north 5 I growers now all varieties at $1.25 Four trains daily-South Atlantic Limited to Louisville and Cincinnati time.
chains, east 2 chains, south 5 chains, per thousand. I can supply Nancy
west 2 chains. The said land being Hall, Porto Rica, Big Stem Jersey, ,Dirie Flyer to Chicago :Montgomery Route Express to Memphisand : Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.Price .
assessed at the date of the issuance of and Triumph for prompt shipment.J. St. Louis New Orleans Special to Mobile and New Orleans. ,,
such certificate in the name of Ellen R. DAVIS, Bartow Fla. Choice of routes superb steel trains and superior service are L. &N.
Payne. 'I,6-22-6t features. \Ianyothers: make this road a favorite with travelers. :For
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed routes reservations literature etc., 'phone wire or write to
; according to law tax deed 'I I Miss Lillian Godbold left yesterday

will ,issue A. D.thereon 1915. on the 7th day of for Orlando where she will be the I H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenrer Agent Louisville and Naihrille Railroad Expense 01 ship-
July 00
Witness my official signature and I I guest of her uncle, Mr. J. J. McCra- 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'P..one 167) Jacksonville Florida $3 meat prepaid

seal this the 6th day of June, A. D. I ney, and brother, Mr. Roy Golbold.

1915.Seal. Ocala Star. .,
( .) B. M.
ROBINSON I Satisfaction or your money back.
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange
County, Florida. I Get tie news In the Sentinel first. Fresh Car Georgia and Florida Write for Illustrated Literature.

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..... 11.: ." k ;.l1 .' .: 1growers\ who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.

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J :-: ; 'r- W-'i. 'c 11: '' :' a ,',:'" :f* r Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an average

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: '_ ;':-' 1IiI -.:. L 0' ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright our

"" ,, ;; "h j :fi w" -. ;" .. j ;; "' : agent. He will show you successful groves already under way and show you the

. ,, ;:" "P'i: # .. ...- .. .. trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
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Tangerine, Florida.

Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from OcklawahaNurseries
No 8 Yowell-Duckworth
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SUN SPOTS APPEAR MALINES EXPORTS .

Chicago, June 19.-While Ty Cobb : | Attention Auto Owners! :: i
Washington, D. C.-The followingtable
holds the lead in the American Paris.-Sun spots acting upon the London.-From a correspondent in ,
: belligerent Belgium the National Committee for compiled in the bureau of for-
League with the only batting average : nervous system develop
instincts and are responsible for war, Relief in Belgium has received word eign and domestic commerce of the
in the majors better than 400, I i I
new leaders have appeared in the Na- j to the theory of Abbe Mo- that Malines, out of a population !department of commerce, shows the I AUTO SERVICE STATION I !
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tionaltand Federal, according to fig- beaux of the Bourges Observatory. of 45,000, no less than 30,000 are ab- ,April exports of leading domestic
ures published here today. Jake Daubers I i The war of 1870, he points out, followed solutely destitute, and line up every I products not included in the state-

is ah((d in the National and Vin- !j i a period when solar activity, day to get their pitiful soup and bread i i i ment of breadstuffs, meats, mineraloil 11 E. CHURCH STREET

cent Campbell in the Federal. ,,begun in 1867, had reached its maxi- ration, which alone saves them from cotton, etc, previously announced.
The leading batters of the National i: mum, and the war of 1914 was also starvation. The correspondent adds: I Manufacturers in most lines show Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil ,

League who have played in at least :I preceded by electric convulsions in recent "The most striking thing next to 'large advances in April over Aprilof CAR WASHED AM: POLISHED, Sl.OO .
half of the games, including those of J I years."Every the actual distress of the people, is' earlier years and practically all .
Special Club Rate Tickets
last Wednesday, are Daubert, Brook- !i thirty-five years," he recalls their wonderful patience and their I important articles show an upward I
lyn, 370; Luderus, Philadelphia, 364; "an ardent fever breaks out in spirit of 'try again.* All the Bel- !trend during recent months. Prompt Service Personal Attention :

Good, Chicago, 347; Doyle, New York, ; the depths of the sun's atmosphere. gians in Malines fear worse effects Articles Which Increased j j Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold : .

335, and Fletcher,''N ew York, 327. I:The heat, carried to its extreme,evap- from a retreating than from an invading April April I

New York is first in club batting with i|orates our oceans, resulting in redou- German armyandIalines I (Million 15! 14 dollars 1915) j:\ | Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager ::::

266. Leading pitchers of the league i:bled falls of rain and floods in every has reason to know, because it was Automobiles and parts ___ 3-5 !).9 .. ..
!direction. Climates seem to be revo- only taken after six bombardmentsbut Brass manufactures _____ 0.6 :>..4Carriagcs
have in
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:lutionized for a time, all of which is despite this, they are doing and cars except J !
games are Meadow, St. Louis, won'j everything cept autos __________ 1.4 2.0 -
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six and lost one; Mayer, Philadelphia, I j the periodic effect of solar action, revealed possible to bring order out of Chemicals and medicines__ 2.4 6.0 ,, .
eleven and twoRagan, Boston, five to us in the form of sun spots." chaos. i Coal and coke ______uu 4.2 5..:; '
and one, and Pierce, Chicago, five and I' Abbe Moreaux declares that he has "The bricks of the destroyed houses : Cotton Electrical goods machineruu and clothing 4.2 6.8 '' The 14ai'it:
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often noticed that chil- have been cleaned and i j
many persons, are again j
one. Explosives __uu________ 0.8 6.1 |,
Cobb Leads in All Departments I dren particularly, are more irritableand ready for use. Ruins are being cleared Fiber manufactures _____ 0.9 1.7 '! OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Batting leaders in the American quarrelsome during certain away to make room for new build- I Fish --___--____--____-- 0.5 1.3I I I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
I Fruits __________ 1.2 2.6 .
of excessive solar and schools have uu
phases activity. ings, even sewing
in least FRESH AND SALT MEATS
League who have played at I India rubber manufactures 1.0 1.5;: -
half of the games are: Cobb, Detroit, I This action of the sun upon the ner- been started to give employment to :| Iron and steel and manu- i; Kept under the best sanitary conditions. ,
401; Jackson, Cleveland, 364; Four- vous system also brings about physical : girls without work. Donkeys, dogs, j I factures of _________u 20.6 25.3
i Lead and manufactures of 0.1 1.9 Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
effects such excessive and
nier, Chicago, 357; Veach, Detroit, as manifestations even sheep are impressed to take Leather, boots
and leather
of and rheumatism. the of the vanished horse. I ana pure.
place
332, and Lajoie, Philadelphia, gout "manufactures ____ __ 5.1 12..3'Xaval '
With sixty-one runs to his 315'1 Sometimes one sees a dog and a sheep I stores _______-_u uu 1.0 1.1 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. W* have

fifty-six games, 103 total bases and KULTUR, IT GIVES IN TO SUCH harnessed, side by side, pulling a load I| Oil cake and meal _u____ 0.7 2.5 everything In the Meat Line.
Paints and colors __ 0.6 o.-!
thirty-eight stolen bases, Cobb also BARBARISMSt. for a farmer preparing his potato j Paraffin and wax ___uu_____ 0.6 1.5
remains in front in those departmentsof field or garden." I I II Photographic goods _____ 0.8 0.9 Hi. 1.Z. pelf & Co.
the game. Chicago leads in team I Clairsville, O.-Italian organ I Surgical appliances, except )
hitting with 263. Leading pitchers grinders in this city and :Martin's Fer- LOOKED FOR LETTER 27 YEARS instruments ______u__ 0.1 0.7 PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Tobacco ___
manufactures .07 07
are Faber, Chicago, won ten and lost I!'ry, after a novel siege, have driven i Vegetables _______uu_ 0.6 O.i
two; Foster, Chicago, seven and two; I,,four German bands from the two Waukegan, Ill-Abraham Little- W6ol manufactures __uu 0.4 1.7 ------ --- -. -
4 Zinc and manufactures of_ 0.0 1,0Agcrejmte
Coveleskie, Detroit, eight and three towns. john Seventy-seven years old, of I value of domestic

and Fisher, New York, eight and Monkeys and lemons did the trick. North Chicago, died Tuesday night I exports ________-159.0 289.0
three. The organ manipulators trailed the and his death removes a daily visitorto Articlchicn .JeCTt"a'ot't1
bands. Whenever the latter played the North Chicago and Waukegan April April

BRITISH NAVAL AUXILIARY TO the Italians would send their mon- postoffice for the past twenty-seven I'I (Million 1914 dollars 1915:) EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

VISIT FLORIDA keys around to collect the coin, while years. Each day he had called to see I Agricultural implements__ 2.5 1.5 j>
some of them would go near the Ger- if the letter he fully expected had i Copper and manufactures j
mans and suck lemons. The Germans of ___________________ 12.0 118 j|
Pensacola.-A British naval auxil- could neither arrived from his son John, who left Fertilizers ______________ 1.2 0.3
iary is expected to reach Pensacolasome play nor get the coin home years ago. The letter never j Furs and manufactures of 0.8 0.4 t
time today this being the naval so they have disappeared. came. Paper and manufacture, of 2.0 1.7 I Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne
Tobacco, unmanufactured 4.6 :3.5
collier C-11, which is coming from I
Wood and manufactures of 9.3t..;) ;
r Galveston, it was said, for supply of SUMMER SCHOOL AT TALLAHASSEE BRYAN'S FRIEND GETS A COY- I II with of
bunker coal. While known :! IN FULL SWING I plenty Foliageand
as an auxiliary SULAR PLUM Mr. and Mrs. Williams, who spend ,
1 the C-ll is really a captured
part of each winter here. passed'through
German steamer, and, before being Tallahassee One hundred and sev- Washington.-The last of the Bryan -| town in their new Dodge car Trees.

taken over by the British was the enty-nine pupils are enrolled at the "deserving Democrats" receive} Friday en route for the Citrus Exchange -
German steamer Wildenfils, which summer school for teachers at the his reward today. This is the official : meeting in Orlando. Miss

"was captured before the war was : Florida State College for Women and announcement made by the state d;?- ,,Bessie :Martin: joined them and all enjoyed Price $2000.00

many weeks old, and which was formally ,the indications are the eight weeks' partment: the trip and the meetingTh? ,
taken over by the British. term which opened this week will be "William F. Kelley, of Lincoln Williams' expect to go to Hendersonville i

one of the best attended in history. Neb., appointed consul at Rome, Italy. N. C., in the car after a visit
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Other students are continuing to enroll I Mr. Kelley practiced law in Lincoln to her folks in Winter Garden.DeLand -
and it is probable that the next for C A. HOVEY
I twenty-two years, and was appointed Record.
buy, sell rent, and exchange real week will see an increase in the num- ; confidential clerk to the secretary -:
estate. Have resided in Orlando ber of !
Fla.. students.Get of state in 1913 and assistant
over 30 years. Have handled over.< I Bring your picnic supper out to'
20000000. Call and see ro 10-6-3m T A I.FW-rn the news in the Sentinel fir's August, 1914." on Lake Butler. 6-20-3t I

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Every woman should know about this Sale! Throngs have visited our store every day since the Great June


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I the Sales Clerk; take the :Medallion: Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on :Main: Floor, and pretty as any dress seen this sea- ,,
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in 98 cents
your ticket with the Photograph ;you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with son, $4.00 value

your Columbia original picture Medallians unharmed.are made in three !styles and each style in gloss or dull finish. $2.69 LADIES' SILK \\'AISTSVhite China,

some embroidered, well rpade, $1.50


Carbon Sepia Water Color j! These $5.00 NEW SUMMER DRESSES, a charming value $1.19

I. This style produces with the ;,I group, which embraces all the very
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tiful soft tone and deeD brown color so much loved and well those Silks, plain white
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producing the high lights all the clearness and fineo wish life colors hand- 1 j
painted, each color burnt of illustration.JJ $5 98 .
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These beautiful Photo :Medallions: are the most. artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on '
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celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable, can be washed without harm when soiled thus sfine; .+
ing forever the features of those you lo\e. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a Yowell-Duckworth Go.Orlando's
s porcelain hand painting. They are North 3.00; each. We guarantee the likeness be an Absolute Fac-Sim- ,
: ilk of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant dainty and artistic and make a beautiful ornament tor 1
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed. not
here set forth. will be cheerfully given. Frames to Medallions:: can be purchased for the Moderate Price Largest Store "Quality Did It" ; : 1 1IIMIIIIIII
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t South Florida Sentinel I I I FOR ORANGE COUNTY. SUBMARINE.'

C I The German submarine U-51 is op- By W. S. Branch I
Orange county will soon have nearly -
MORNING I AND WEEKLY erating around Constantinople. To A two Orlando
i year or ago an I
v. ;:. GLENN ... ... .... ..... ..Editor sixty miles of brick highways. The citi-I
I I get there it is said to have made the arrested for the
w. C. ESSIXGTO.V .... .Business Manager work of construction will be finished zen was trimming

before September 1. But with the tong voyage from Kiel Wilhelms-. trees jn the streets to keep them from I
Florida
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando.
haven, via the North sea, the open scraping his car when he rode down
a* Second Clas Mail Matter. completion of this great brick thor-
Atlantic and Mediterranean, then Orange avenue. This is to notify the I .1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES oughfare there yet remains a great ,

Daily. 1 Year ........................ J5.00 deal for the farmers and property through the Dardanellesaltogetherabout city commissioners that the "Six i
f. Daily 6 5,000 miles. The matter is of Footers Club" is likely to have them
Daily. 3 Month.1S5............. owners on the highway system to do il uP9tr
Daily. 1 Month ...,........,.......... 69 before the Orange county roads will particular interest to Americans just arrested because they do not keep the

r Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 stand distinctive over other county now trees over the walks trimmed so that ,
6 I It is only 3,000 miles from New a full sized man can walk along the I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN I roads in Florida.
;. ADVANCETO York to Liverpool, and a little more sidewalks and not have his eyes
With a little work and money Or- S
t to the German coast. It is less than jabbed with oak limbs or his hat
ADVERTISERS I
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ange county may easily become the
5,000 miles from Yokohama to San pulled off by the big palmetto leaves.If .
i i' Copy for display and all .thrr lIan -ad talk of not only Florida but of the en-

: advertising must be handea in at the business tire Southland. On the sixty miles of Francisco.The Commissioner Robertson did not
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4 office, of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, United States government is constantly ride in his car he would f, )tyo 4Te
;i the day before publication.. This rul; applies brick roads every property owner ; I.?' '
to chanrrs for contract advertising:: it ifInrariable said to have, at this time, two large soon ficd out how it is himself.0 .
F should begin to beautify his frontage.
and will be strictly adhered to. sea-going submarines under construc-
How may this be done? Very easily., .v- ,
Subscribers deftirinff The Se'tinel.eon- tion, and three more have been provided For a start on the royal road to
(. flowers shrubs and trees. Ina 4v
Plant f -f ; ; ,
tinued should notify the office in writing on for in the last t
wealth commend the
[ appropriation : we example of 4i
the date of expiration otherwise it will be few years on both sides of the sixty
!. continued at the regular subscription: rates bill. Needless to say, this country I the young man with a Kaiser looking
until notice to stop is received.r miles of county brick roads there
Telephone Numb r 24 should be a continuous and unbrokenmass which invented the submarineoughtto mustache, who dispenses goobers and

have vessels of this type as power- popcorn on the corner by the State
22 1913.Our ; of flowers, trees, vegetation and
TUESDAY, JUNE ; ful as in existence able to travel Bank.
t the like. any He is on the job from seven .ra ;- ,

5,000 miles or more and be ready for in the morning until ten at night, six M
Some will say the roads are too
newly pavedcounty highways for "landscape gardening" ef- effective work at the end of their voy- days in the week. He pays no clerks .w.+.t

certainly do look fine. narrow age. Such exhibitions as our active sells nothing on credit, pays no book- ,- i f : : 44 } a.
fects. True, the roadway is narrow t "'iite4-l N
--0-- -thirty feet-and if each submarines gave in the recent At- keeper, does not assist in the supportof .4-t *t+??t, ,

If the "Lord hates a coward'lie how property lantic maneuvers will not do. The any church, lodge, society or asso-
owner on either side of the road
must dislike a quitter. big submersibles now building are ciation, is not a member of the Board
would deed to the county a ten foot
o frontage there would be sufficient said to be held up because the engine of Trade, the Civic League, Associ-

The man who reads the Sentinel be- I problem has not been solved. American ated Charities, or Fair Association.Is .
ground, fifty feet, for carrying on the
fore going to work,' starts the day engineers, it seems, have never not asked to sign subscription pa-
work of beautification and improvement. -
right. mastered the mysteries of the Diessl pers or assist the poor. Does not

-0-- engin, which is said to give the Ger- have to buy tires or gasoline. Cares
The commissioners will
The taking of the Dardanelles is I county co- man U-boats their great cruising not for golf or 'the Country Club r .... .
with in this Mr. .
operate respect.
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proving 'ardas'ell, speaking Brit- range and marvelous control. Whatever dances. .Has no bills to pay on the
Overstreet, president of the Board,
ishistically. the trouble is, there should be no first of the month. Does not pay rent, tl .: ...r
and the other members desire to have
o- time lost in remedying it. taxes or insurance, and the entries on
brick roads the
Only once in a great while will you Orange county won- o his cash book are all on the left col +lwft tt
der of the traveling public. When ? e tfl
find "the end seat hog" running an WHY NOT TRY umn. Go to Nicholas Evagalatos, the a.,
other counties see what Orange is do-
automobile. THIS ONCE Greek, thou sluggard and worried + t.
ing in this respect they will fall into
o When it comes to handing out bou- I business man, and learn of him.0 .
line and the twisting winding .
soon : :
of his the Hr
In view opposition secre- quets the "Florida Press" is right on -
highways throughout Florida will be-
tary of the navy may be likened to the job with the "sweetened pen" and Col. W. E. Bishop, of 305; North Orange -
not of brick broken here
come, a mass
Daniel in the Lion's den.o the "oily tongue. There is has
probablymore avenue, a sign over his front
there
and by trees and flowers, but r+
"gushing" and "trade-last" sob porch which reads, "It Suits Me."
the hundreds of'miles will be a boule-
The most of us will spend our stuff going around the Florida news- Cot Bishop has one of the prettiest
vard of picturesque and rare beauty.J. .
money for the Sunday school picnic paper offices than in any other statein lawns and bungalow homes in the .
F. Schumann
writing to the Sen-
and fourth of July celebrations.An the union. "What others say about city. Just now his hydrangea and
tinel from Los Angeles, :
says
o "Land M E" is on 90 per cent. of the journalsthat other flowers in front of his porch (
owners are compelled by law
Illinois man is suing for divorceon find a resting place the Sentinel
on are a gorgeous mass of bloom. Considering -
here the
to roadsides free and
keep
the ground that he didn't know i desk. Wouldn't it be a good the fact that Mr. Bishop
clean from weeds and trash. Land
what he was doing when he got mar owners realize the tremendous thing for the larger newspapers in i spent the larger half of his life on
vajue
ried. Florida to carry a column each weekdevoted the praisies of Nebraska, where he t
of this and they organize for the
o -- to "HOW YOU CAN REMEDY enjoyed( ?) seven months of winter
of the
beautifying roadsides. Most
The term "capital punishment" re YOUR NEWSPAPER"? Then and several months of fall and early

fers to the obsolete punishment of beheading anyone can see the enhanced valueof take the Lakeland Telegram the Fort in the each
real estate if from Winter Park to spring, year, it is not to
which affected the head, or Lauderdale Sentinel, the ClearwaterSun be wondered at that when he seats
Orlando and
Orlando to Pine Castle
"caput, of a person. the roadsides were beautified by the Bradentown Journal, the Kis- himself on his porch and begins a

o simmee Valley Gazette, the Arcadia new book he should echo the words of

Since Bryan resigned he has spilled fences.shrubbery Thousands and flowers of tourists and each neat News, the Orlando Sentinel, or anyone the sign over the porch. The North-

exactly 13,585 words. Some have or all of the 135 journals in Flor west is a great place to rustle and
winter this road which has
found a mark and others-probably pass over ida and tell each editor make
but
been or business money, when one is ready
shamefully slow in the past in
90 cent- went wild.
per improvements." I manager how an improvement: maybe to settle down in a comfortable home

o made in his what on "Easy Street" the I
newspaper; land of the
The
of the
An exchange suggests that mid bricking highways is a methods to use in getting a better"makeup magnolia and orange offers the ideal Copyright Hart Schaffner &MarxClearance e
towards
shipmen who steal examination step progress. It enhances "
; how to make editorials conditions.
"dope" should be transferred to the the value of the farms and property. interesting; how to make advertisements

But this is not enough. Crowning, the
secret service-or to the
.. penitentiary. more attractive, and in a general DIXIE HIGHWAY
efforts of the county officers in constructing :
0Chauffeur's way offer a few hundred suggestions Prices
the highways should follow
cramps. Ah, somethingnew that would help us little fellows
The Central
this improvement of the highways by Florida Route
has been discovered. There will in publishing a classier
newspaper VIA .
the VIA
f now be a patent medicine or a min property owners. Say, Times-Union Metropolis
To deed ten feet on either side of Leesburg Dunnellon Hart Shaffner
eral water which will this on
ailment. cure new the road to the county would not Tribune, and Times, try this once- Orlando Brooksville

cut out the "comps" and hand us Kissimmee
work Clearwater
any hardship. The ten feet

o given over for beauty and adornment some useful suggestions based on Bartow Tampa

According to an Eastern traction your experiences in the treatment and Arcadia BradentownTO & Marx Clothes

expert, the jitney bus business is not I by Nature's many and varied plants handling of news and advertisements. .
would ultimately mean ten times the Arcadia "
altogether a howling success. Both Your service will then be doubly val
the value of the land deeded'to the coon Miami MiamiThe i
r" jitney owner and the jitney pa uable.

tron are deceived.Is ty. It would make the roadway fifty o find clearance prices the rule

fl feet wide and sufficient for any improvements foregoing is the design of YOU'LL

o of this kind. JUST A FEWERRORS. arches which Secretary Rooney desired
American macaroni contrabandof most everywhere at this time of
to have the
This subject should be taken put over entrance
up
? As America
war will be called
not only by individual property hold "Orlando will have a $20,000 Boardof and at the forks of the roads on thE
to supply large of the
upon a quantity
ers but by the Central Florida High Trade building, according to W. Central Florida route of the Dixie year
this for Italy it will be well to inves
way Association recently formed at Bishop, of that city, who visited in i highway. It will be easy to see how
tigate before shipping.The Don't much attention to thee
St. Petersburg recently," the St. appropriate and useful pay
Orlando. There are provisions in the says they would be,

o I constitution of the Petersburg Times It has been un and they should by all means b
association for
spirit of sectionalism in Florida a prices quoted lower prices
; you may see
I highway improvement committee. derstood that the Board of Trade of erected.-Ocala Star.LDIITATIOS .
should be thrown in the junk pile.

All sections of the state should unite Such a committee working under the home Orlando and was the proposing to erect a than ours or higher; it doesn't matter.

for the upbuilding of the entire auspices of the board of directors and report quoted goes onto OF WEALTH

monwealth. Let us just be plain com executive officers should procure had say donated that a loyal citizen of Orlando Just give your attention to the goods; .
a building lot, valued at "Money isn't everything"Il
Floridians. plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, etc., by ?

o the carload and dispose of them to the $8,000, for the purpose. That it wi "How now?" that's the main thing. You know what

be an excellent thing for the Boardof "Here
property owners at the wholesalerate. an English millionaire has
You will
always find that the fellow
This Trade to have a fine home of itsown spent thousands of pounds to assem
would soon uniform
busit'tess mean a
who has
no to take care of Hart Schaffner & Marx
be "
for himself is the one who is always step throughout Central Flor can not doubted.JacksonvilleTimesUnion. ,ble"Well five ?thousand" fleas?


business.sticking his There nose are in other several people's ida.What do you think of the idea? Is The cost of the building has been "Yet the average yellow dog can clothes are; the best made. Don't forget

right not limited to $15,000 and the lot not show almost fine
here in Orlando. it worth consideration? If it is was as a collection.

o your opinion that such efforts shouldbe donated. Courier-J ournal. that. At our clearance prices these

made let us hear from you. Orange o o
f Now

muted and that the Frank case settled has ,been the strainon com county has an opportunity to LEESBURG WILL The farming business is the secret clothes are the best bargains in the world:

lead BUILD ARCH. of our enormous and
the entire state. rapidly growing

t somewhat the chief executive at ease. and The the questionnow publicis o Ocala is planning to use one of i its wealth, which is astounding all Eu Every $20.00 Suit for $14.75

is what will Whitman do with BEST FOR i big arches to designate the Dixie rope. Our wealth is ten times that of (

highway and "Paradise Italy, four times that of France
loop. The ,
Becker Suit for
? Thaw is safe, for which we THE STATE. Every $22.50 $15.75 ,
:... are glad. first city named on the Dixie highway twice that of the United Kingdom,

Copying our comment on the conclusion will be the and equal to the combined
Leesburg, second Orlando wealth of

An of the Hillsborough county and the other main points to Arcadia England, France and Germany. Every $25.00 Suit for $17.75
unfit at the
man head of the commissioners that working convictson
and Miami will be
included. It is o
certain
navy department today is a positive the roads is a failure, the Orlando that Leesburg will join in thismo'ement In Los Angeles, CaL, there are 40- Every $30.00 Suit for $19.75DicksonIves

menace to the safety of the nation.It Sentinel declares that the plan has I and build an arch similarto 000 children with bank accounts. One

for would be most fortunate, not only been a success in Orange county. It the one in Ocala. If Orlando, Kis- boy, only 12 years old, began an account -
President
Wilson but for the is successful everywhere where thereis I
United States simmee and the other cities through with 50 cents seven years ago
if
Josephus
Daniels proper management. There is no which the route and he has saved to date
-passes will do likewise 31,572.
should
follow William J. Bryan, his other plan whereby the whole people I
another splendid feature will be Why not encourage your children tosa'e
guide mentor and idol, into reti r eget as much benefit from the labor of
ment.-Atlanta added to the route.-Leesburg Com rather than to spend!
Georgian.The the
convicts.
This paper would like mercial. oCIIAUTAQ Co

o to see every able bodied convict, stateor o NEXT WINTERThe

bicyclists have their rights as county, worked on the public highways THE MAN WHO SI

well as other people. It would be believing that such employmentis ADVERTISES.There Board of Trade Chautauqua i

well for drivers on public best for the convict
highways to and best for
but committee, Messrs. C. E.
are two classes of me r- Howard, W.
remember that the bicyclist or a person the state.-Lakeland Telegram.o chantsthose who S. Robertson, and Geo.
advertise and Phillips, recommended -
riding a wheel is entitled to h o .DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE
the I those who do not. The man who advertises at the meeting last night
road
and
should
,
a persona with The Nashville Banner says that the ; has the best of the deal. He that the Southern Chautauqua Company ... ..

: team meet wheelmen or drive past St. Louis Globe-Democrat revives old keeps himself before the public he be given the contract for a four ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

one on the road they must turn out memories when it calls attention to his day Chautauqua to
keeps wares before the public consist of the
it. the same if The Store of true service of never-failing courtesy -
._ as they met another team. the fact that few
a
years ago whena and he keeps their quality and cream of the company's two weeks
price
f7 Should a team run down a bicycle on young man bought of fair dealing of trustworthy mer-
.. a new buggy the uppermost in the public mind. People program. The board heartily en '

the highway and injure the person or editor said, "Look out, girls Now talk about a man who advertises, I dorsed the project and, on motion, the chandise, at right pricesrr

damage his wheel the person so doing when the young man buys an automobile because they know he has something ,committee was given power to act.
I
' would be held s f
for
L damages, the courts the editor says, "Lookout, e v- worth advertising-or he wouldn't a d- Further details will be announced .
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TODAY J ALLEN'S"i
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. Ii .' i
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SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs. Giles receiving a pretty crystal Admission 5 Cent .= : .
A _____ .., II AENGAGEMENT ..':: '
bud vase and Mrs. Glenn a sil- .., J'
Tuesday, June 22. '
ver lemon fork. A cake was broughtin + t -,. _: \
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Presbyterian sit around postponed to VI II,Y117 4. ,-- Iv
fifth Tuesday.Younger and placed upon the table by Mr. TODAY'S PROGRAM V i -"- .. -
Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Giles bearing candles and the CI -:( I"1
Louis Dolive hostess. 1 K. B. "The Sheriff's Streak of \
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initials "X. B. G." and "L. '
: S. G" in I
in two
Mrs. James Thornton will entertainthe Yellow. A Western drama [
Sans Souci Card Club at 7:30. white icing. Those present. were Mr. parts, featuring William S. Hart and >
Wednesday, June 23. and Mrs. Gray Rush, :Mr and Mrs. FROHMAN Gertrude Claire. I Bachelor Girls. Donald Cheney, :Mr.: and Mrs. W. C. Keystone. "Hogan Out West." :
The meeting of the Young Matrons Majestic. "The Milk Fed Boy. A
Essington, Mr. and Mrs. Giles :Mr.: Presents "
Card Club will be postponed until comedydrama.The IS r" %
Wednesday, June 30. and Mrs. Glenn, Miss Ada Bumby, Clyde Fitch's Powerful Drama Premo auto given away at the ."-
Thursday, June 21. Miss Mary Robinson, Miss Florida Favorite theatre was won bv Tavonda
Union Sunday school picnic at Day- I Howard, Miss Willie Person, Mr. Caplinper. Second prize, a stick pin. o
tona. j by Alton Beasley.
Audley White of East Orange N. J.
,
On
account of the picnic Thursday KINGS AND OT1IEU THINGSWe
there will be no dance at the Coun- I Mr. W. L. Tilden, and Mr. Marion { W Vp' ljk ate, k I
try Club this week. |I Ives. LAST I WORD ABOUT THE UNION specialize in engagement rinjrs. We also make a featureof

FridaJune 23.; PICN'ICt wedding rings. As this is the season for holiday jewelry. \
Special meeting of finance commit- I
tees of Methodist church. SOCIETY NOTESOF k thoughtful people are making early selections:: be<--auM first choiceis
--().- INTEREST.Miss nion Picnic to Daytona Thursday best.
1 morning Train to leave at 7 o'clock
BUTLERHIGGINBOTIIAM.Dr. : Elizabeth Russell, who was
Edward Poulson, of the First operated on at St. Luke's hospital for a. m. sharp. Better be there at 6:30. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
'Tickets sale at Curtis & O'Neal's. n
Baptist church of this city, united in appendicitis, has sufficiently recov- on 16
holy matrimony Mr. Maloy Butler ered to be removed yesterday to the Fare. round trip, adults $1.00 chil- .. 01::[ .. d.I -

and Miss Carrie Mae Higginbotham, home of her grandmother. E. M. dren 50 cents.
at five o'clock Sunday afternoon, June Drennen. 4 F Mayor Sperry has appointed a policeman -
to keep order en route, who GOING TO DO A LITTLE DECORATING -
20, on the birthday of the bride, at --()-
will that there shall be
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hewitt returnedto see no ridingon
C. C. Higginbotham.Mrs. Orlando yesterday afternoon from platforms, or other irregularities.Butt's on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
Candy Kitchen has secured paints and brushes from us. This is
Bryan played the beautiful New Orleans where they visited rela- also the best time of year to paint
the the train and will
strains of a popular wedding marchas tives and friends.IT catering on your house. We shield all our customers -
the bridal party slowly descendedthe have a man to give checks for lunch i against inferior paints, and
stairs from the bridal chamber to baskets, etc., a part of the refresh- ; have been doing it for years. What's
WILL BE QUIET IN
ORLANDO the size of house? Guess it
your
that
reserved for
ment to be
the parlor. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rudi- I THURSDAY car pur won't take much.

sill were best man and matron of pose. ,
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The train will make only one stopen y3
honor. Mr. James Porter and Miss
i It will be quiet in Orlando "
Ruby Wells were second best man Thursday as every one is planning on to "THE MOTH AND THE route, at Winter Park, though all __ Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

and maid of honor. Little Margaret go to the beach to attend the union FLAME" who come to Orlando from surround- PAIN PA1NI M 205 S. Orange Avenue
ing towns or the country can make i
Higginbotham'was flower ;
girl. The Sunday school picnic. Arrangementshave With a famous player cast
the
bride looked lovely in her beau- trip. Phone 261
very
been made to take care of the
As the beach is some distance from COLEMAN & RHAN
tiful of white
gown embroidered big crowd and see that none get injured ,
tissue, trimmed in lace iet, with wide or drowned. *11 Daytona all should be prepared to pay '
satin girdle. Her coiffure + ri t the small fare required, by street car ARMLESS MAX REACHES ASH- miles, and reports that he has had
was I
grace- The
committee in charge + i / 77 t
are:
fully adorned with a or by hack, to the beach. TABULAA. only one accident worthy of the name.
pretty butterflybow Messrs. C. E. Howard, C. M. Tichnor, + :
of white tulle. The return train will start from He came here Saturday from Buf
E. H. Allen, N. M. Sloan, and S. E. ;
Just at the conclusion of the cere- Ives, Jr. Daytona at six o'clock. I L. Stevens, the man who was falo."
Ir many' the little flower girl presented Mr. C. E. Howard will be masterof Committee: C. E. Howard, Nevin here last season driving an automo- I
Ito the bride a beautiful bouquet of the day. IN FIVE ACTS Sloan, Hugh Allen, J. Tichnor, Sidney bile, with one arm off at the shoulderand STORES CLOSE ALL DAY

bride's roses and asparagus fern. The Mr. W. R. O'Neal was appointed to Ives. the other a mere stub, has ,
house was richly decorated with look after the railroad equipment. "COOLER THAN THE COOL reached Ashtabula, Ohio, on his trip The two large department stores as

cream roses and ferns. The many Mr. S. E. Ives, Jr., will look after EST PLACE IN TOWN" FLORIDA BAPTISTS TO ASSEMBLE across the continent. The Beacon, in : well as most of the others will be

friends who were present presentedto the police department. Special officers its last issue, says: !closed all day Thursday in order that

the bride and groom quite a num- will be provided to see that the 10 cents 20 cents The fourth annual session of the "Stevens, who 'lost his arms in a I I the proprietors and clerks can take
ber of choice and costly gifts. Dainty children are kept from injury while Florida Baptist Assembly will beginin railroad accident when he was only I in the Sunday school picnic and enjoya
refreshments were served while the on the_ train or in the water. --- Live Oak tomorrow and will con- fourteen years of age, steers his car day at the beach. Remember this

bride's attire was being changed fora Messrs. E. H. Allen and If. M. tinue through an entire week. Sev- by means of an artificial arm the when you order your supply Wednes-

handsome traveling suit of dark Sloan were appointed to look after GARbtNTODAY eral hundred delegates representingevery hand of which fits into a grip specially day and get enough to last until Friday -
blue silk with hat to match. Then, the refreshments. ROOf portion of Florida will be in at- made for it on the steering wheel. morning. Be sure to get enoughfor

after receiving endless congratulations The train will leave the A. C. L. tendance. Many noted churchmen of He shifts gears with his feet and that well' filled basket Wednes-

and hearty handshakes, and especially -I depot at 7 o'clock Thursday morning the South are scheduled to make ad- legs. day as the train leaves Thursday
nice remarks from Dr. Poul- I and a special baggageman will be dresses. An address .from at 'least "Since he started to operate an automobile morning at 7 o'clock and you want to

t son, the happy couple left on the.6:40 'provided to look after the packagesand one will feature each day's program. he has covered over 27,000 be there, for it goes on time.
train for a short stay in Tampa and lunch baskets.

St. Petersburg. Their home will be This is the time to take your wives, -
"YOU CAN'T ALWAYS TELL"A
temporarily in Orlando after their
re children and sweethearts to the beach,
turn. Later they expect to leave for for it will probably be some time be- comedy drama complete in 2 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
South Carolina where
they will visit fore such a low rate will be offered
the groom's' parents. again. It is only $1.00 for adults and acts. William Garwood and Violet -

UNIQUE BIRTH Y 50c. for children for the round trip. Merseorau. Established 1886 .

PARTY AT THE RUSHES. POSTMASTERS WILL GATHER IN

Last evening a birthday party was LIVE OAK.
given in honor of Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles "THE AMBER VASE"A i
CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
and Mrs. W. M. Glenn by the campers Postmasters from every section tense one-act drama.

at The Rushes, the delightful will gather in Live Oak this week in
summer cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Gray annual convention. An interesting

Rush on Lake Conway. Mrs. Glenn's program to be carried out in the busi- "WITH FATHER'S HELP" LOANS
birthday came on the 20th and :Mrs. ness sessions has been arranged and I
Cfiles' on the 22nd. Consequently yesterday from all indications the gatheringwill Billie Rhodes and Jack Dillon.

being the mid-day 'twixt the be one of the most successfulever Nestor Comedy.A REAL ESTATE RENTALS
birthdays, a union party was given. | attempted.The "'

:Many foolish as well as useful gifts 'I, convention opens next Wednesday .
were bestowed upon the honorees, and continues through three days.
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REPAYS UNCLE SAM FOR A NEW YALE CLUB
, Wh&t The Florida Grower MEAL ,

f Xew York.-Certainly the biggest "Live and Let Live Is Our Motto
I ,
Had To Say About Orlando Washington, D. C.-Secretary of thing of its kind in the world is the

i I War Garrison received today from a I new Yale Club which will open up j Friends and Patrons:
man in Chicago a letter inclosing 20
.just west of the Grand Central ter- We wish to build up a permanent business. To that
I was in Orlando attending the convention charming wife live long to enjoy it. I cents in postage stampsith the
of the growers affiliated with I(I, s r statement "For bacon and eggs." minal in a few weeks. The home for end we believe that telling the truth about ourariou-
I
the Florida Citrus Exchange, and I Mr. Temple struck the keynote I Secretary Garrison decided that this the metropolitan activities of New feeds and making a live-and-Iet-live price are the only

was a contribution to the "Conscience Haven graduates is twenty stories right principles! which to build.
but be with the upon
could not impressed when he said that the Exchange: was I j,.
Fund," and sent the stamps to Secretary high and cost about a million dollars.
high class of citizenship represented I of Florida I We will treat everybody alike, and try our level best
the salvation of the -
growers I of the Treasury McAdoo. It is The club will have its wine cellars !
there i to merit your continued confidence and patronage.
!I and no one knows it better than 1 I believed the man must have helped -but they will be on the roof. Thisis I

The barbecue was a great success.I 1 i he. Without the steadying influence ': himself to Uncle Sam's larder somewhere because the Grand Central and i Yours for keeps,

leave it to Russell Kay to tell you ''of the Exchange the markets would when he was hungry. New York, New Haven & Hartford I I

and Billy all about 'it. There was '!have been in a chaotic condition this.' railroads need the place where the !

enough to eat and enough to drink, j I' past season. Even with the small I II $17,626,000 FOR HAY IN SOUTH wine stable cellars their trains.naturally would be to i The Co-Operative Produce Co.

and the happy, good fellowship that i j amount of fruit handled the Exchange I
'I Washington, D. C.-The practicability Convivial undergraduate Yalenses
elbows
comes from crowding with | wheel, the stabula-I W. S.
was the balance OeWITT. M'e'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
and fellow citizens I Ij i of increasing materially the who have tarried too long over the
neighbors was I needs fruit to i
it
j tor, but more prove i
in could production of hay in the South is contents of the wine cellars on the I
there quantities. Everywhere
its real worth. Growers of Florida, : -
,
j urged on Southern farmers in a bul- "[twentieth story thus have their .way I
be seen the meeting of friends with i; will that fruitV'ill you ----
provide -------
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you ; letin issued today by the agricultural aback to their student lamps and their
the hearty handshake a few kind }
; with fellows who are trying I
i join your !
j oil made have
words spoken and then another step < sell the chief of the state!'department. midnight easy. They I
crop
jto j The bulletin points out that 1,305- 'only to reach the elevator, descend to t
forward to meet still more friends; j without the aid of commission men I
the handshake only being accom- and speculators? You who join are ;, 000 tons of hay valued at $17,626,000 II the depths and inform the porters i
are brought each year into the eleven which train they would like to be car- DISCOUNTONFURNITURE
plished after the transfer of coffee in yourselves the Florida Citrus Exchange i i
Southern States despite the fact that ried to.The .
and sandwich to hand laid
one or elect its officials, define -i
; you you
I "it is practicable for the farmers of Yale young men had to have a
down convenient automobileor I
on some
I its policy. If its present policy is
I j the South to produce all the hay they swimming pool, basement or no ba!':e-
table. I wish some of our doubt- not your policy come in and help to To reduce our stock as much as
have made the fifth
ment. So
they
need on their own farms.
of
ing friends could the number
see better conditions as see the li ht.1
you -- floor water tight and will splash much as possible by the 15th will
machines this I.
gathered together on Majority always rules, and surely a I Ii ,
field. It that after With good roads will come the touring about there to their hearts' content.
one seems to me of fellow citizens and
such demonstration there would hard- i!majority your i I automobilist; the man with cashto Ten floors are given up to 160 bed- give a
fellow fruit can be dependedupon
ly be a doubt of the prosperity of the to do the growers right thing, and while i invest in development, and the rooms. Another floor is the gymna- I Discount of 25 Per Cent
Florida. I homeseeker. New beauties that have sium, where are to be seen two sta-
growers of claim that the Exchange has'
your i before not been known to the travel- tionary bicycles geared to a speedo-
made mistakes may be true yet they off regular cash
ing public will be unfolded; the visitor meter. The hand of the dial for one our price on any
Orlando did itself proud in this en- were of the head and not of the heart,
will see the state as it really is. bicycle is red and the other the color goods in store.
tertainment of the Exchange growers. for the officers want to do the right :
and not as shown from the windowof made famous by a college situated in"
Leading citizens from the mayor thing now and all the time; to act ;
I
arailroad train. Cambridge, Mass.
down in attendance and all with the and to
were square grower get an __
were busy in welcoming the guests honest price for honest fruit, honestly (; n

and making them feel at home. Or- packed. j ___ rs"t :..-----.J ..- tiammond&QoreFUNERAL
lando as a host is par excellence, andas s s a !

a progressive city of the new Flor- Thank goodness, there is such a .:; DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

ida is with the leaders; a beautiful deep-seated interest in the road

and fortunately located burg that is I tion that there is no doubt but ques-whatin t I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

growing rapidly and that ranks with tI I
a comparatively short time we will j

the leaders as a citrus fruit shipping t have connecting hard roads all over':

center. Florida. A convention of good roads j

men was held at Orlando June 10, i Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

I took occasion to visit the homeof and the fight put up by different localities r -

William C. Temple, nearby, at Win- to have official routes touch : -- ----
ter Park. Our party found Mr. Tem- their respective towns was very encouraging : U- a;

ple in fine fettle; he seemed glad to as it is understood that

see us, and was the host par excel- | each community is pledged to have I -J JUa1 CAREY t

lence. I was delighted to find Mr. such designated route hard surfaced HAND

Temple in this happy mood. It was.. before May 2, 1916.

a warm day, and the ice tinkling *

against glass not the most I The FUNERAL DIRECTOR
was un- following was endorsed as the li;..MMUUMA..a ryt1ItAr
pleasant of sounds, and as we lifted alternate' or second Dixie highway,

the cooling nectar in unison I pro- the official Dixie highway as adoptedin AND EMBALMER

posed, "Here's to you, Mr. Temple," convention at Chattanooga running
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but with a staying motion of his down the East Coast: From Talla- A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor a.1

hand, he said, "Let's drink a better hassee to Gainesville is left to the All calls
answered
the Man Woman who Promptly Dayor
toast than that; let me propose one, discretion of the field secretary of the or says,

'Here's to the Florida Citrus Exchange Dixie: Highway Commission. From "* "]\To'l J, if I only had a 7pewriter!" Night. Hand Block.

the salvation pf the growers Gainesville to Ocala, to Leesburg, to know how fast the dates grow oid on your ought-to-be-answered letters.

of Florida,'" which toast was drunkin Eustis, to Tavares, to Mount Dora, to YOU you think of the labor! of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a .

hearty accord by all. :Mr. Templeis Apopka, to Orlando, to Kissimmee, to of the Spanish:Manana" tomorrow Here is a typewriter which Orlando Florida. 1
makes letter-answering almost as peasant! as letter-receiiing. It is not a large ,
f the same charming man, the ideal Bartow, to Arcadia, to cross north of Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
host, the ready statistician; keen of Lake Okeechobee, to West Palm I is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
wit, possessed of a fund of stories Beach. pondence. And its price is only 5000. Here at last is the high-class, home
machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.
and reminiscences, and yet all the *

time impressive with dignity. He The Grower has been fighting for I Don't pen it-type itECERYphaseofmodernlifehasitsbnsi

proudly showed us over his charmingnew good roads for four years. We have : ink Marathon to a type-clicking hundred-
home, in which is to be found always held that a system of good yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score
to be business-like. "
Maybe you are secretary with the"prof.
every modern convenience he could roads would be the real foundationfor of a Club lode or society. Take the Minister( authors and newspaper men
cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the right word" fairly flies to The
Orlando
think of, and some of which I had future growth, the keystone of op: a chair. In jiffy you can type the DOtheir fingertips when they thin k on an easy- Meat MarketT.

never even heard of. May he and his the arch of our future prosperity. letters.tices of meetings Its clean orrecords clear typewritten of minutes.or work Junior.running typewriter the Remington

has"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the important business A. YANCY./Manager
If you are a committee chairman. type advantage of making carbon copies
your reports on the Kemington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
Theywill race through tbe machine to the say. "I don remember what I wrote."
merry music of the type. With noextraeffort.the Remington Junior Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ..
Students in high school and college can will !give you neat, clear-cut duplicates
f chance"paper"writing from the penaudwhenever you wish.
Florida and Western Meats

Something New in Type"TiterstheRe111ingtonJUNI
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f: Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

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tf f Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

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1t PHONES Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226
\ Residence IJ3 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.: I
'I'HIS rampart machine is not njnlrpml: with S300 down and the mm amount each month

i Ington 1 theattath huwn-wtypewntentrntsoett..aglotherhtU.pikrmadding.m..nlrtuthepanh.. *. 1 he Heminoton II..... ...)mr I tir f opportunity.,tohuv pn.e.an._
Juniorlsatmplyafall7t himlr >rth H.e at. low pru-r 5\rite toddy for dewnpurepnrp"wa
j-; jm will load tt"' everyday UK nala.ktet.. Ia.a't.alt In.-.t.gate o..w.limited. .
If>.>u.immedtatewnunetu do.wn l It ocvupies little spare **n :mar desk. It i* S;...u lln....h. ..h..k or money order and wv will
ORLANDO Message li \.n..a..ym..i.. .from.>lan't..>r1aoflou end},u the lemtn..t..nJonluratom+... hen
: To the BusinessMen will find it tfuxl turn--Mtvinit mif.*mnt y.wtcan aee for ".11..lf how,...on0" learn to I
No. 4 fur rourwIf and usher m..mt..f y.mr'family wnte rapidly. If*.... ."..b tn return It after I.)
who have .ntnor to dn."n... will tmd il an d..:<,,' trial.ji a mai*..... \\'..mil refundluureieellenteducatorfory'archtldran.
of Orlando $)<>X I..,.*the cn..t of transportation. ORLANDO ROOFINGAND .
1helfemtngGmJuninristhehometypeweifer Ikmrmlwr.thPkrminnt..nJeno.rIeaReavyothare -
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: n -altlnlff..r. t/nrt-rataaref.411f/ durable k minicton t''wntrrcarptagI
r.I I cash or ion prefer the Kjuy: Payment plan, the iron-lid liemiuito 4.uaruul
I When a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods?

f Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave Remington Typewriter Company
him an order? (I-.pora_) SHEET METAL CO.
226 West Bay Street
Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA I
look prosperous and show local pride.
Fill in the attached eoapon. stare!'
Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because Mail it toJt,. mad'ltn_.--rl'.e. ana Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable, Xl i.the proper eaam _____ i ,
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and Dutch Boy linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and 1 bOOklet &i rid
decay. Call up your paint dealer and Q lIell" IDe. I
get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead I e wtite
and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL 1 f
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Terms Cash in Advance. TUESDAYKingan: II

Cement, Apatite Plaster and Lime RATES BUTTER MILK

: For One Day ______________23t Fresh Every Day.
For Three Days ____________50c 5c.
For Six Days -______________lac per glass .
For One :Month ____________$2.50 Best White 25c.; per gallon
This rate applies on all ads of CREAM AND MILK
25 words or less. If the ad con- BUTTER
tains more than 25 words the rate Bacon perlb 13c Fresh Homemade
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- SANDWICHES "
sertion.If PIES AND CAKESARCADEMILKDEPOT
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you can't bring your ad to Good White
Your Gas I
Let Us Lay the office telephone No. 24. Accounts ,
I opened by telepnone will be
payable the following day. Bacon 11C

Every Home-Every Business-!
Service Pipes Free Every Sentinel:Man has Want use:Ad.for a _

MRS. E. M PARRY

FOR SALE Carut & Gore -- --

FOR SALE-Second hand bicycle, in ers Dr. S. S. Jones
condition. Address "Eicvcle."
good
Sentinel office. ___ __ u_ CHIROPRACTOR
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
unfurnished, 7 room house; larjre 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
For every Gas Range or Water Heater purchased from us be- garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% C Colollial l ] Hill being restored to health by chiro-
) by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit practic adjustments, the new scienceof
tween now and July 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipeup and 6-19-1moc flowers. 205 Liberty street. removing free.the cause of disease.12-2-1.-1mo Examination -

( to 100 feet) and install the range or heater absolutely Free
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Ten You hear about Co-
of Charge. ,acres Lake Apopka muck land; no DoctorsBiii'kinnsliT
finer land in state; ready for imme- lonial Hills.
will also allow 20 cent. discount for cash on diate will trade for
We per every use; building ma- &
terial or city vacant. P. P. McGraw, You read about Colo- Briimlngc
Cabinet Range bought to replace a gas stove now in use. Sentinel office after 6 p. m. It
/ nial Hills. OSTEOPATHS .
Do you have Gas in your house If not now is the time to FOR SALE-WAR PRICES Personal instruction under Dr. Still
Increase of age and decrease of You talk about Colonial at Kirksville, Mo.
have it put in.ORLANDO. I strength makes necessary the sale of Hills. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
r horse harness surry buggy, wagon, National Bank. Phone 578.
and farm tools; some fine city lots Sooner later
and farm lands. Could use good auto or you '
in trade. See me quickly at 201 W. will buy in Colonial PHONE 646
Concord avenue. \\m. L.6206tc COr'ell.
Hills. Why not NOW! For Eight Cylinder Cadillac i

FOR SALE It will give satisfaction FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
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SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER you
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- BARNARD & SON :
and
WATER & LIGHT CO GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD; profit. 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. '1
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf 12-HMm
CARL DANN
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FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract,
GAS DEPARTMENT one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- We close
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.

6-9-tf USE THURSDAY.

FOR RENT ;


Suite of rooms FOR RENT in Cheney Block, GECOINSECTICIDE for the picnic !
4 = formerly occupied by Mrs. G. Davis.
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Also store room, formerly occupiedby
: Nat Berman. Long term tenants 1
k= desired. .'
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6-20-6tc JOHN M. CHENEY.

Sale FOR RENT-Four large airy rooms in and around your houseto OrlandoSteam '
Notice--Special I with bath and a large veranda, fur- kill
nished or unfurnished. The coolest
place Robinson in town. On Lake Eola. 214* MOSQUITOES BED BUGS, FLEAS, Laundry :
avenue. 6-17-6t
MOTHS MITES, ANTS AND
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- ALL OTHER INSECTS -
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. LAUNDERERS
Yancey. 3-28-tfc GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha
And continuing for two weeks spray and guaranteed to do the FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
WANTED work. Don't set up and fight mos- ,
'- quitoes all night. Spray your room
WANTED-S'.veet potato slips. Any with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have
. variety,but must not I e mixed. Will your Groceryman get it for you. Or
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I nay $75c. per thousand at my packing direct if he will not supply you. Put '
house in Pine Castle. Fn d\1. Pres- up by the
ton. 6-19-d&w-tf Annual Excursion
G f CO ORLANDO

On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts NOTICE J. U. ., FLORIDA
Bids will be received at the City Pi O. Box 28$ Phone 341.
Hall Tuesday, June 29, 1915 for 2ndTO
Kimonas, and House Dresses twenty thousand dollars (more or Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com- July
less) of street improvement certificates pound and keep down the dust.
payable in one, two and three
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at years annum., with These interest certificates at 8 per are cent. per ,

anteed by the City of Orlando. guar- Orlando Wood Yard $7.00 | $9.00 ;
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES The City Council reserves the rightto
reject any or all bids.
. Orlando Florida, June 19, 1915.E. Removed from Pine St. two blocks SAVANNAH I CHARLESTON
F. SPERRY, Mayor.
Come and look at our line Attest: north on Railroad, west end Washington -
ROUND TRIP FARES
FROMORLANDO
6-20-24 CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. i St. Plenty of Veneer Cores

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. i at all times.
To reduce our stock as much as pos- I
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof -
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. 25 per cent. off our regular cash VIA
price on any goods in store. Hammond B. KINGSLEY

J & Gore. 6-5-tf Atlantic Coast LineStandard

NOTICE I PHONE 3U
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The partnership of Davis and Manning I Railroad of the South
painting and decorating, has
been dissolved, and notice is hereby Cut Flowersand Tickets |||| Final lim-
JULY 2 Zoo
fir IC-e liable given for that any W.debts L. Davis incurred will by not said be sold it July 14 ..
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firm. W. L. DAVIS. Plants Good on all regular trains ,

HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale: Steel Sleepers Observation Cars
at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
!! When you want PURE ICE delivered to your home. City
: For Party Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf Floral Designs
For
I CREAM call for HAND'S. If Information Call on

you don't believe that we take -- Club My residence phone is ::0. 522-R. D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
] Dr. Buckmaster. 6- -tf W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A
the greatest care in its manu'Ye make our Ice Cream from OrlandoOSTEOPATH
and watch Church SocialSchool Umbrellas recovered and repaired
facture come up us tubercular tested cows. All "while you wait," at Young's Repair Violet Dell Florist. i _____ __ _______ _
make it. You will be ,
surprised I Socialat Shop. 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
cans moulds and
the care every detail is given. everything:
used in the manufacture of our I RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB J. M. CARUTHERSPhone j
Any kind you want, any time [Lodge

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- I Located in the Arcade Building 509. 408 South Lake St. j! DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER .
'1. {PicnicOrder
.
'. j| from a quart up. ized. All work guaranteed and neat- --- j' Office corner Orange Avenue and

I You are cordially invited to I ily done. Our work is the best church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,
Hands PureIce'Cream I land our prices are the lowest. Phone 419.
: I inspect 'our factory at any I This is the place to have :your CLINT BASS
time. old clothes made
.: new. PHONE 373
I II I Suit scrubbed and pressed_75c. .
i Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit West Jefferson Street If-f./_' _

pressed _____40c. Successor to ....'
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HANDS ICE CREAM CO. All Palm pressed Beaches----scrubbedand ---_____50c Hand Wood CompanyWood I I II .

Mohair suits pressed --____25c. I I DR. L. H. RAMSDELI \.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus of All Kinds I OPTOMETRIST

, PHONE 566 W. Jefferson Street a trial and be convinced. PROMPT SERVICE I ORLANDO FLORIDAWE
Clothes called for and delivered. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
, REASONABLE PRICE I AND DO ALL KINDS OPorncAr

Phone 613. REPAIRING ;\
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Popular Jack Sullivan returned yesterday I 2) j I I t/i I -1 I
from Kissimmee where he '
spent Sunday with friends. cbC.e / Za a:

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Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
Quality and service our motto. Cox's
Meat Market Church street. 6-2" -tf MAKE IT A RULETTO GO TO THE

Mr. Paul Link left yesterday after- BANK EACH MONTH AND DEPOSIT
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for
Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will spendthe SOME MONEY, : i iT WILL BE A

next three months. GOLDEN RULE

Mr. Nick Arrington, the popular
s- clerk McElroy's Pharmacy, left
7 : yesterday afternoon for his old homein
tf Hurtsboro, Ala., where he will
"Do not put off for tomor- spend a well earned vacation.

; row what :you should do to- Messrs. W.1.. Davis and Jos.

t, comes day"-for! tomorrow never Bumby Beach Sunday, Jr., drove morning over and to spent Daytona the ==L I GOLD i;. w :

day with their families, who are
spending a couple of weeks at that
Doing is the great thing. The man resort.
p
who acts accomplishes. It may be a-

too late if you'wait. Why not deposit "Let's meet at Butt's.
a dollar today and start on the WHEN YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT YOU HAVE A BANK
Mrs. Anna L. Briggs and daughter,
acticve road to prosperitythousands CONNNECTION. YOUR CREDIT IS BETTER. YOU HAVE
Miss Mabel Briggs, who have made
are traveling happily that way. their home at Eola Cottage for sev- MORE CONFIDENCE AND SELF-RELIANCE. IT WILL HELP
Put aside a little a week and see how eral months, left yesterday afternoonfor YOU IN EVERYWAY.
easily, faithfully and steadily your Blowing Rock, N. C., where they ASK THOSE WHO BANK WITH US HOW WE TREAT
account grows. will spend the summer. THEM.

MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK ,
Mr. G. D. Bryan, Jr., of Baltimore,
THE STATE BANKOF is in Orlando on a visit to his .
nephews, Messrs. II. C. and J. S. Bryan -
ORLANDO. FLORIDA and while here is looking over his ,. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS
property. He is the owner of several .
large and prolific groves. .
The Peoples National Bank

Whenever you want the best and
.. choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox {" "IT IS PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.'
on Church street and your order will l
=-... be promptly filled. 6-22-tf
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Messrs. J. J. Byrne and C. O.
Bravo, prominent citizens of St. Au-
ARE YOU DRINKING .1
gustine, who have been spending a
couple of days in this section with . . . ... M tMIMMiMMIIIIiilMMIIMM . . . I i 11IJUI l
friends, left yesterday morning over
the Atlantic Coast Line for their


homes Mr. S.in F.the Hein Ancient, the City.popular repre- P A
THE N.Bi PAAE TWINSIXFULLY
Elder sentative of :Montag Bros., wholesale

Spring yesterday stationers,in Atlanta Orlando.Ir., spent Sunday. Hein and has

been traveling this territory for some .
time and whenever in this neighbor-
EQUIPPED
hood makes his home at the San Juan

Water ? hotel.

Mrs J. R. Graham left Saturdayfor
Orlando, where she will spend The best value ever produced '
several days with her sister. From

.. -. Knoxville Orlando ,Mrs.Tenn.Graham, to attend will the go sum-to in high grade MOTOR CARS

mer school. From there she will go
to Virginia to visit friends.-" Plant
City item in Tampa Tribune. f.o.b. Orlando

A sparkling thirst-
pure ,
"Let's n.eet at Butt's."
$2,725.00Sold

quenching spring water. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pattishall and
two daughters Misses Blanche and

: Look for it in the homes you,. guests Georgia of Pattishall Judge and, Mrs.are the D. F.house Pat-
tishall at their home on Hibiscus ave- By

f visit. ;r., nue.Ir.. Pattishall and family motored -
here from their home in Geneva -
Fla., and will remain here for an San Juan Garage Company
extended visit. Their son, Evans Pat-
tishall, a noted musician of Jackson-
t: CALL ville, was also a visitor here but has .IIII.II .I. . .I..II..I.'I.II..I.I.I..I.1II" ..111.11111.. ,.. .
UPv. returned to
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f W.\ \WRIGHT\ Pliolle n 444 twon wilt Mrs.leave sons II., J.Messrs.today Lobean over Lester, daughter the and Atlantic Arlie., and I I l THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost

Coast Line for Denver, Colo., where
i they will join Mr. Lobean who left persons of wealth select a corpor- I ., .- '
And place your order today Orlando three weeks ago, and topeth-i ate executor because they know it insures "_
I er they will the faithful and capable performance of the
f spend summer in the j I .
West. They will make an extensive trusts they: create. I Ae. : \ "
----- tour and will probably take in the i Whether the estate be large or of mod- -, .
t ItlilttMIMIIilllilMltlMIMtitlltllMIMMilllMMValuable Panama-Pacific exposition at San I erate size, it is to the interest of both "' -: ., ;:., :
Francisco and the San Diego big I yourself and heirs to name this Companyas ''
show. They will return to their homein I executor and Trustee. e. j :\, .
this city about the first of Octo- i ;
ber. The Records of our Trusts are convinc-
.;. I ing evidence of the community's confi-
dence in our capabilities.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carpenter and }j

Diamond Lost sons, Messrs. Eugene and Merrick, j WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ? ,
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motored !
to Orlando from Jacksonville : .
yesterday and will spend a month at [ Because of the necessity for efficient" = "::' -
their orange grove near this city.I banking organizations to care for the fidu-
4 The Carpenters resided here while I ciary business, the Trust Company has developed -
How often this appears in the newspapers, the result Mr.:: Carpenter was the general man- in half a century, the highest typeof 1Orlaildo
i ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroadand I banking institution.
i of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry
have !
friends
many who
are giving -
\ by having it examined at our store at least once every them a cordial reception. Mr. Primarily chartered to handle trusts,

i month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds Merrick Carpenter holds a responsible -I the Trust Companies of the United States
I i of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin position with the Seaboard AirLine have developed such efficiency that not one .
< our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's in Jacksonville and will return II cent of trust funds committed to their
there have been lost through failures.
today. care
j profit. A trial will convince you.
Have you investigated the service of
I County Commissioner E. L Brown this institution,
accompanied by Mrs. Brown and I: -I
daughters, Misses Nellie and Winnie ,


T. H. EVANSJEWELER i J and spent to ness Orlando Miss and the mingling afternoon Edith yesterday McClelland with transacting in friends.their, motored car They busi-and I ] Bank & Trll t m an


left their home in Fort Christmas aiI I
ter partaking of their mid-day meal 1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA -.4!
and shortly after 1 o'clock were in
Orlando. There was a time when a [ Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13100000. Total Resources over Three
IIIIIIIIII'III..J trip like that was very much dreaded Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
: but now it is a pleasure. So much
'''' UUY'YK for good roads and automobiles. -_,. -. f
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