The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
June 15, 1915
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Daily (except Monday)
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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South Florida sentinel
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# GERARD RECEIVES INSTRUCTIONS Austrians Unable to Stop Invaders I $15,000 Daily for Spiel 10 for Minute 12 [I German Losses in Galicia in One TRAIN IN CHICAGO STRIKE

in Advance on Trieste Weeks I I Month Are Regarded asColossalArmy ;

An Effort Will Be Made by and Adopt Fierce I i Re-

Pittsburgh, June 15.-Welsh Broth
Gerard to Have Personal TacticsRome.Unable newed Wholly
ers' circus has offered former Secre-

Talk With German for minute STONES[ ARE THROWN OFTEN[
to stem the Italian tary Bryan $15,000 a ten Petrograd, June 15.The general
sweep toward Trieste with guns the speech daily for twelve weeks. I situation is regarded as favorable.

Austrians are attempting to start forest -
Washington, June 15.-Wilson's desire The German losses in Galicia were ------1 -
fires north of Monfalcone and east Cancel Chautauqua Engagement
for peace has been accentuatedby colossal. One German army of eight SYMPATHIZERS TRY TO IMITATE -
of Sagradow, to drive the invaders Springfield' Mass., June 15.-Word QUIET ELECTION AT JAXUp 1
the resignation of Mr. Bryan. Developments -
,. from their advanced positions. The divisions had to be entirely renewed, EUROPEAN
all tend to show that the was dispatched from this city to William -
Italians are quenching the fires with- having lost one hundred and fifty
president has no intention of allowingMr. Jennings Bryan, asking him not WARFARE
out serious difficulty. Austrians at- thousand men in one month. It is to Close of Election No Ar-
Bryan to outdo him in efforts to to consider an invitation asking him
tempting to retake Monfalcone were I( officially denied that the Russians are rests Had Been Made-No

promote PresidentVilson peace. now keenly real- brilliantly repulsed. The bombard- previously to speak at the big July 4 evacuating or preparing to evacuate Disorder at thePrecincts C CHICAGO \IN\\ SERiOUS CONDITION

ment of the Austrian fort of Malbor- celebration here. Lemberg. German cavalry has been
izes that peace in the Democratic
ghette has continued since Sunday. Joseph C. Allen, chairman of the defeated near Shakinoff, north of Sha-
party and his own re-election, if not I Motor Vehicles and Suburban
Independence Day committee, sent vil. The Germans are regrouping the
renomination, largely depend upon the Jacksonville Fla. Reports from
Paris.-As the result of the victoryof the telegram because he feared the army for another attempt to drive to- Trains Staggering Under
success which will attend his effortsto the voting precincts about the city at
the "war party" in the Greek elec- people of Springfield would not re- ward Lemberg. The Russians on the
settle amicably the issues between noon indicated that a fair vote was Crush of Emergency
Germany and the United States. tions, the en tente powers are pre- I ceive the speaker as warmly as they Lubackowski Wusznia front are hard
being cast in the general election for
paring fresh proposals to Greece to would have before the recent cabinet pressed, owing to much heavy artil- Traffic
He realizes that if he fails to bring mayor and city officials and councilmen. -
intervene in the war on the side of episode. lery having been massed by the Germans -
about such a settlement the result, in The polls opened at eight June I5.-A minuteservice
Chicago, ten
the allies. "Sentiment does not favor Colonel! who have apparently inex-
all likelihood, will be a division in the
o'clock and will close at sundown. In-
was maintained for ten hourson
Bryan in this city said Mr. Allen haustible supply of ammunition. Sh-
Democratic party, with Mr. Bryant AMERICAN NOT DEAD tonight. dications shortly before noon were the elevated lines today from the .
ail was practically destroyed by the
heading the disaffected. Douglas, Ariz.-A. Martinet, a Colonel Bryan had sent a reply to German bombardment. that a good many votes would be cast I south side to the north side, and approximately -
While Mr. Bryan is discussing aca- between 12 and 2 o'clock, businessmen
wealthy American of Cumpas, Sonora the invitation indicating he would ac- I I 5,000 cash fares were
demically the best methods of attain- who stopping by the polis on their .
was reported to have been executed taken at the express stations along
ing Mr. Wilson is :
peace working to Villa to lunch.
by troops over a mis- way tAll line.
achieve peace practically by the use about his is of the different candidates were
understanding wheat Against Bryan National League i No effort was made to continue the
of every means he can command. alive at Nacozar it learned here out early this morning with automo- service after
The was Omaha, Neb., June 15.-A straw Cincinnati 0, New York 8. dark but President Budd
president believes that
now a today. Martinet was arrested and vote by Lincoln (Neb.) commercialclub Chicago 4, Boston 0. biles carrying their supporters to the I announced he would start again tomorrow -
settlement of
peaceful the issues between
later released. different voting places in the ma-
shows that morning a possible ex-
thirty-two censure St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 2.PhiladelphiaPittsburgh.
Germany and the United States chines in order to help them avoid I tension of other lines.
one upholds Bryan.
will tend to restore the too wet.
European nations DENY BATTLESHIP IS SUNK interference with their business as Stones were thrown with great fre-

to a condition of sanity and rea London.-Official denial was madeof American League much as possible.Up .
WAR'S COST TO DATE quency along the operating route andan
IS ELEVEN New York j, St. Louis 4.
son which will be conducive to the that the British battle-
nego report BILLIONS until 11 o'clock not a single acid bomb was thrown on one train
All others rain.
tiations that may make for peace in ship Agamemnon had been sunk in Federal arrest had been made for disorderly from a roof. No attempt was madeto

r.a.;.. Europe. the Dardanelles by a German subma- League conduct and it is reported that the the surface
The Budapest, Hungary.-The national Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 5. cars.
president and his advisers it rine. It was announced that
no fighting election is being conducted quietly
debts of the belligerent have Newark 0 St. Louis Chicago began to realize today the
powers 1. t tI
be stated
may authoritatively, will unit
not already officially reported with little or no disorder about any seriousness of the strike of 14,000street
been increased $11,250,000; since the I
4, Kansas City 9.
leave nothing undone that be
may had been lost at hte Dardanelles. of the precincts.
done consistently with the dignity war began, according to figures com- Buffalo-Chicago, rain. car employes.

of the United States to realize this piled by Dr. Elemer Hantos, a Hungarian South Atlantic League With motor vehicles and steam rail-

great object.It Germany Fears financial authority. Columbus 5, Augusta 1. Only DifferenceIs road suburban trains staggering un-

is said by callers today that the Austria, says Dr. Hantos, added Savannah 4, Jacksonville 4. der the crush of the emergency traf-

f president is working assiduously on Italian AdvanceLondon $845,000,000 to her previous debt of Macon 4, Charleston 2. German Note fic, the situation which yesterday was

$2,700,000,000, and Hungary $-125- viewed with carnival spirit was met
all lines which he can move to bring 4, Albany 2.

the belligerents to this accommodation. 000,000 to a previous debt of $1,395- Southern League with sober faces by approximately J

June 15.-The fighting on 000,000. Chattanooga 2-1, Little Rock 0-8. Washington, June 15.: -:Mr. Bryan, 1,500,000 people whose usual trans- t

The developments of the past three the Austro-Italian frontier is growing Germany's national debt was $6- New Orleans 6, Birmingham 0. in a talk to visitors today said he hadno portation facilities had been cut off. !

harder daily. It is believed here that intention of leading new partyor Henry Toberg, a street car conductor -
days show the extraordinary activityon 420,000,000, and this had increased by Memphis 1, Nashville 1. any i
the Germans are attempting to bring being to a Democratic split. whose wealth is estimated at
the part of the state departmentand $2,895,000,000 at the end of March. Atlanta 3, Mobile 2. a party

the White House in getting information about a breathing spell in Galicia by Turkey's debt increased from $605- He .would not speak of the future $250,000, is today enjoying his first :

from abroad with causing the Russians to retreat so 000,000 to $715,000,000. AGRICULTURAL EXPERTS COMING however leaving the impression that vacation since 1887, as a result of the !
they can throw a vast army against in future he his wouldbe street strike. i
the temper of all belligerents as to Great Britain's increase is set by TO FLORIDA hoped policies car i.j
the Italians and bring about a check the but if .j
Dr. Hantos at $2,150,000,000 France'sat approved by party, not
and also to the -
peace as purposes o fin
the neutral nations to bring about the Italian advance which so far $2,230,000,000, and Russia's at $2- j| Washington, D. C.-Edward L. so approved he would reserve the ONE WOMAN ADMITTED TO THE ,I

peace. has encountered little resistance. 750,000,000. j I Markell, scientific assistant in the right to do as his own conscience dic- BAR
Dispatches tonight from both Ber-
One of the most important develop Smaller amounts are chargeable to horticultural and pomological investigations tated.

ments today which the officials believe lin and Vienna indicated that the Teu- Serbia Montenegro, Belgium and Ja I of the bureau of plant industry Mr. Bryan said: "I have no differ- The state supreme court has just
tonic rush in the
was promoted from Washington eastern theatre of pan. left Sunday for a three weeks ence with the president save those concluded the examination of appli-
war was on and that the fall of Lem- II
is that Ambassador Gerard is to havea ( stay in Georgia and Florida, making touching on the German note and the cants for admission to the bar of

talk with Kaiser Wilhelm himself berg is imminent, while decided gains GEORGIANS 11'ILL.CONDUCT A i j investigations of precooling of pineapples method of dealing with our relations Florida. All together sixty-seven ap-
have been
.before Germany sends her reply to elsewhere by the TOUR OF THREE STATES I and melons. with that country at the present plicants were privileged to practicein
AustroGermans.Iosciuska between
Washington. Cyrus L. Dyer scientific expert in time. the state. Of these forty-two were

Przemysl and Lemberg, has been cap- Marianna Fla.-A movement has I the horticultural and pomological admitted upon presentation of certifi-
tured the
r Peaceful Settlement Mexican Affairs by been inaugurated by the Columbus, I work of the department of agricul- REFtSESLLlES., TO MAKE cates from the law schools of the

Washington, June 15.-Statements The Russians, according to Berlin, Ga. chamber of commerce to conduct ture, has gone to points in Georgia to SHELLS FOR U. S. University of Florida and John B.
back I
are falling toward
made today by President Wilson and The Russians have made several Lemberg. a tri-state tour in the interest of good spend three weeks assisting in investigations Stetson University. None of the

Manuel Bonilla an envoy of Villa, in attacks in an effort to check counter the- roads and improvement of the Chat- of precooling methods for Youngstown .-An order for 600- young lawyers were from this city.

dicated an optimistic view regardingan tahoochee river. A communicationhas fruit. 000 rifles was offered to the William Only one young lady Miss Hedwiga
Austro-German advance, but Vienna
early and peaceful settlement of and Berlin both claim these have been been received by Mayor Milton ; In the steamboat inspection sen-ice, Todd company here, but it was rejected Walicka, of Tampa was admitted to

affairs in Mexico. President Wilson from Leland J. Henderson secretary James J. Sullivan, clerk at Honolulu, because the big manufacturingplant the bar this year.
and forward
repulsed a movement
told his callers that the situation in i continues. of the Columbus chamber of commerce I i has resigned, and Andrew R. Miller, is busy making shells for the

Mexico seems to be taking shape. stating that this city has been local inspector: of boilers at Apalachi- United States government.The CABLE TOLL BILL GROWS

Bonilla said after the interview that placed on the proposed itinerary and cola' Fla., has been transferred to order, which was tendered bone Y

"peaceful arrangements can be made ATTRACTIVE COTTAGE UNDERCONSTRUCTION I I a visit Marianna is planned for the I Jacksonville, Fla. of the allies would necessitatethe Washington, D. C.-The Europeanwar

and I very strongly hope they willbe ON EAST night of June 21, which will be the I l installation of new machinery,and is swelling the government's ca-

reached." LIVINGSTON AVE. first day out of Columbus. Forty or I LANDSLIDE RUINS HUNDREDS it was decided that, with the plant already ble toll bill into large figures. Thee

.-. fifty people expect to make the tripin OF HOUSES RUSSIAN crowded with work from th state department's bill for cables

CITY COUNCIL Mr. A. C. Bissell is building a neat cars, and the itinerary includes TOWN home government it would be ill ad- alone last month reached $18,000.

"' The city council met yesterday and and attractive cottage home for Mrs Eufaula Abbeville, Columbia' Ash- vised to launch into a new branch of One month recently the cable bill rosen

tradsacted routine business. J.1.. Prince of Randolph, N. Y., on ford and Dothan, Ala., and Campbell- Petrograd. great landslide at work for a European nation, eve to $30,000.

her property, 212 East Livingston I ton, Marianna and St. Andrews Bay the town of Simbirsk Southeast Russia though the profits might be large.
. . . . -
who with her
... avenue, niece Miss Mildred points in Florida, and will occupy, ac swept over an entire street, andwrecked not given out, but it is understood to s s s s e . s s s s
A SNAKE WITH A PUNCH Gibbs, passes the winters in Or cording to schedule five ubt it is understood
days, the re several hundred houses and not given out, to "ALL MISSOURI INVITED" *

S p lando. They will occupy the house turn trip being by way of Cutbbert, the railway line. Simbirsk had a popsulation be one of several that recently have .
"Windham N. Y.-Peter Mat- next season. i
Ga. of about 45,000. come from Washington to various big I. Montgomery City Mo.- All .
toon the genial mayor of this village The inside finishing is the most expensive .
concerns. Missouri today was invited to attend '
1. has lately been complaining I grade of yellow pine finely

s of the falling off of the output of varnished throughout. The outside of Canal 1,200 Feet Long To Link I the wedding of Miss Genevieve '
GERMANY MAKES READY FORWINTER Clark, daughter of Speaker '
S his cows and hens. He knows the + the cottage is to be finished in a '
CAMPAIGN Champ Clark of the national
cause for upon the matuti s shade of French gray trimmed with
"' Lake Gatlin And Lake I I house of representatives and *
; nal visit to his barn-garage today s white. ConwayA .
I London.-A dispatch to the Morning James Thompson, of New Or '
)J he espied a seven foot milk snakes When finished the home will pre-
II -- Post from Berne says: leans, which will take place at '
i. milking one of his cows. : I sent a very attractive appearance and
will not canal connecting lakes Gatlin and and Mr. Dann states that the excava- "Germany's efforts for some time S Honey Shuck, the Clark home at
tire Peter de- only nice addition
Grasping a iron I I prove a to I
:< spatched the snake and curious that section of Orlando but will add Conway is the latest improvement tion should be completed in about past have been concentrated upon Bowling Green, Mo., June 30. '
after the making preparations for another win- S The general irritation issued *
thirty days
to learn the nature of sundry to the reputation of Mr. Bissell for which II. Carl Dann has put under start.
This ter campaign. Women are already here by Wallace Bashford reads *
i I improvement, as indicated, will :
bulges and lumps adorning the s thoroughly workmanlike building. way near his Lake Gatlin col-
i add greatly to the area of connected I sewing new furs for the army while "As it has been found utterly
anatomy of the performedan
reptile ony.The I i waterway, and will make the Gatlin those used last winter are being reno- impossible to issue individual invitations -

t autopsy. AT WINTER GARDEN SUNDAYMr. canal is to be twelve feet wide, I camp sites even more desirable for !vated." S all Missourians are in.ited. -
L following was disclosed: four feet deep and twelve hundred camp lovers than they now are. ." I
J- One pint and of milk. and Mrs. C. D. Warner . .
a quarter and feet long, and will make the shore line : While the Dann colony is not on the TilE WEATHER s. s. s I
,; One new laid !daughters Misses Teressa II
egg. Mary of the two lakes I
approximately forty- : line of the canal it will be greatly

One partly digested egg. were in Winter Garden Sunday, the five miles in length. benefited by the improvement, as will Florida: Thunder showers Wednesday A new shipment of that 50c. library !

One. .five-inch. steel. center. punch.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George The contract for dredging the canal Mr. Dann's other holdings on Lake and Thursday except fair in ex edition. 500 titles to select from. "
s Schwantke. i
has been awarded to Mr. L. N. Lewis .Conway. treme northwest. I!;,:Curtis & O'Neal. j.

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1 ON JULY 24 By W. S. Branch I Tampa Rotary Club, "

None of the young ladies in the telephone Saturday, June 12, 1915. The following resolution adoptedby i f

f Jacksonville, Fla.-At a conference' exchange are either cross or : Dear Sir:-Thursday, June seven- a committee appointed by the Listen
held yesterday in St. Augustine by :"cranky." But there is one of them ; teenth is Rotary day in Tampa. Florida Association of Architects, at
officers of the Florida State Good who is a real joy. When she repeats I !their recent convention, will show the
in the his-
the number of call she frequently The greatest spectacle disposition of the architects and their
i Roads Association and members of your
her of the world is to be pulled off, I II Mr. Automobile Owner !
the board of governors, it " hold a formal meeting of the governors voice as she pronounces the last num- and we have not lost sight of such I to the educational depart-
the afternoon of July 24, in St. ber. That rising inflection is pleas- great events as the sinking of the ment of the state in its plans' for increasing .
:r. Augustine, those who left this city ant and assuring and says plainly: Lusitania or the fall of Przemysl. I the new school building facil- How would you like to save at least 25: per cent on

t yesterday for St. Augustine, to at- "Glad to hear from you, call again." Chad Woodsome's overgrown nine ities of the state. The resolution you gas bill? *+

tend the session held there in the afternoon -oIt of 27 will try and put something on I reads:

being Frank O. Miller, president appears from the newspaper re-\\Freddie Fletcher's skinny 28. Whereas, there appeared before the
I and J. P. Clarkson, secretary of I port that it was the persuasive eloquence + The movie privilege for this has I Florida Association of Architects in The WICK Does the TrickSAVE
k the association, and Henry G. Aird, a I of 1lrs.Vhitman at Pass-a- been sold after much competition for i'convention assembled at Atlantic
;. member of the board of governors. I Ii ; Grille that induced the State Dental $500,625.27. I' Beach, Florida, June 11, 1915, Prof.
Planning for the convention of the !Association members to vote for Or- The military, fire, police, sanitaryand I I S. Phillips, state rural school inspec- YOUR MONEY BY USING
good roads advocates and various lando as the next meeting place. At civic departments have all been !t I tor, who related conditions in many
matters connected with the authorized first sight this might look like an- officially called out to quell the riot. : of the counties regarding the poor
': other argument in favor of woman's I I class of school buildings, their improper -
plan of action along numerous lines, We want you to personally conduct :
,_. was the occasion of a trip yesterday I:rights, but possibly it is an example I a peerless piratical Pullman special to arrangement of light, lack of
to St. Augustine. On arrival the 'of man's superior judgment. Dr. witness the eruption, so that it may I I proper ventilation and heating, and "GAS OS A V A" I

Jacksonville party was received by : Whitman may know from experience be reported to your constituents by utter absence of design; and .
:Mayor Corbett, who stated that this I that his wife can talk faster and you in person. I Whereas, the attention of the con-

was one of the most welcome parties':more logically than he can, and so he This IS an invitation. Come, we vention has been called to the lack of .
wisely assigned her the pleasant published book of adopted plansof
that ever motored into the Ancient very want you. any
City. II duty of extending the invitation. Mrs. Most cordially, school buildings for Florida; and

l The board of governors is composed I Whitman has musical, 'literary, artistic JOHN TURNER, Whereas, the members of the con- SOME FACTS:

$ of Amos W. Corbett, of St. Augus- oratorical, domestic, and executive President Tampa Rotary Club. vention of the Florida Association of

t; tine, chairman; S. A. Belcher, of Mi- I ability all happily blended into Archtiects are personally desirous not Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per

ami; Joe Hineley: of Live Oak; Henry one. "PLAY BALL." only to promote the standard of their cent of your gasoline bill.
t G. Aird, of Jacksonville; W. R. Carter -oIt Members of the E. T. C. Club met profession, but also render some help-
f of Orange Park; :Major A. B. I is a noticeable fact that the yesterday with Miss Beth Harris, on I, fulness to the school authorities, state Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten

Small, of Lake City; George H. Wilder ,I newspapers that have continuously Sarasota avenue, for their regular I and county; therefore be it miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
t of Plant City; F. A. Wood, of St.I I and very persistently criticised :Mr. weekly meeting. Merry chit chat and I I Resolved, that this convention re-
i. Petersburg; Dr. Hodges, of Gaines-I I Bryan ever since he became a memberof fancy work is the usual routine but;) quest of the members plans, drawings Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs,

f ville; Judge J. C. Hancock, Stu- the cabinet, and have intimated I the call of the baseball game was too and estimates of cost of (a) one- thus preventing carbonization.
art; George W. Saxon, of Tallahassee that he had no influence in Mr. Wil! strong for these lovers of out door room, (b) two-room, (c) three-room uniform
Insures starting and running by a absorption
and Senator Igou, of. Eustis. son's official family, are now the most sports to resist. The hostess serveda I school buildings, said plans to be later
It was also decided yesterday that severe in their citricism of him be- refreshing ice course, and the club, approved by a committee from this of gasoline on the wick.

t the appointment of new vice-presi- cause he has seen fit to resign. If he with their guests, hurried to the ball I association, who shall be empowered Increases your power and prevents backfire.No .
f dents will be made from the ranks of has been a practical nonentity, then grounds to root for the home team. I to tender its report and selection to
t the honor roll of the legislature.In he has done the country a favor in Invited guests were Miss Lillian Ar- the state department of education of machinery anything to get out of order.

a most interesting manner, Sec- getting out of the way and allowinga nold, Miss Marian Wright, of Orlando -I Florida for publication and use, as a You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
retary Clarkson last night gave a gen- more competent man to assume his and Miss Marian Ilaines.-Bra- gift from the Florida Association of
eral idea of how the highway com- duties. If, on the other hand, he has dentown Journal. Architects. time.

mission bill met favor and became one I I been a wise and valued counsellor on Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.

of the statutes of Florida, and that:, questions of state, it was very unjustin The St. Charles Hotel will remain BUYERS AND SELLERSI

the creation of a state highway de- I the newspapers and positively open. Special summer rates. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
partment is believed will be the means harmful to :Mr. Bryan and the presi- 6-10-5tc estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
of this state really getting good roads. dent to continually criticise practically over 30 years. Have handled over
My residence phone is No. 522-R. 20000000. Call and see me.
While in the Mr. all of his logical and unofficial acts Expense of
city yesterday Dr. Buckmaster. 6-6-tf 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 00 shipment
Clarkson was warmly congratulatedon simply because they did not agree -_ Price $3 prepaid
the success of the Florida Record with him on the matter of grapejuiceor
(Tallahassee), of which he is the ed- peace treaties. '

t itor.A Satisfaction or your money back.

Emerson's well known epigram, Write for Illustrated Literature.
YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMERThe I"Hitch your wagon to a star," is probably BASE BALL !
I all right as an abstract mental'!

year 1816 was known throughout i theory, but if you really wish to get
the United States as the year your wagon to some definite place and
without a summer. January of that 'get it there on time you should hitchit The Wm. Kahl Company

year was so mild that most people to an eight cylinder automobile.i .

would have let their furnaces go out I I Gainesville FloridaSPRAYING

had they possessed any, and Februarywas ;i the month of roses! What WINTER PARK ,
only occasionally colder. March :i happiness-with the birds, trees and .
and April coaxed the buds and flow- I flowers'! on a beautiful afternoon in .
ers out, and :May was a winter month, June. To those who are poetic the .

with ice and snow. By the end of I flowers seem to whisper, and the trees vs. __ _u _
May everything perishable had been
i look down upon these frail companions -
kelled by the cold, and the young i with outspread foliage, and protect -
leaves had been stripped from the : them from the passionate orb of

trees. June was as cold as May. Both !day. Oh, the methods of Nature are ApopkaThursday

snow and ice were common throughout !wonderful' to behold! What keen delight For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's In
the month all over the corn belt, I to view the calm blue of the secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mites
and after having planted corn two or ;skies. The birds pour forth their infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulphur
three times the farmers threw up the babbling
song accompanied by June 17thAT Compound.
their hands. Snow fell ten inches brook. The bees pay visits to their These two will mix perfectly and two sprayingscan

deep in Vermont. The following win- friends, the flowers, and carry away; be done at one and the same time. This will abso-
ter was the hardest the people of the the pollen unconsciously. envy lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. '

United States have ever known. One the bird in his flight, but with an_ Nothing better, nothing more effective, and nothing
had to have a stockade around one's envy; that soon turns to admiration.We cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying and .
smokehouse.-St. Louis Post-Dis- marvel at the works of Nature. Fair Grounds you will have no regrets at the end of the season.Manufacturers.
patch. Beautifully does Lowell describe Juneithe
( June that we know and live,
Are we to understand that it is but, unlike him, are lacking in the <
within the scope of Mr. Bryan's ambi power to give vent to our praise in ADMISSION 25C. GRAND STAND FREE[[ ,

tion to become the leader of so greata words. 1 Orlando, Florida

following as the German-American Game Called At 3:30 _
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for ten and there have been
"t'r. 4 Citrus fruit producers of any selling season
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.. '- ... side of the ledger.
3ii'i:. ,. 4'ep I- .. # ", growers who showed a balance on the wrong
:' ".' ; ; l This condition could and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
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.: The test of the Ocklawaha
<. ". -....;;;,- !. ... .. :'. ;;..... pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. groves
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t.r'r-, .... ...., _''" 1 _D ? S, --.'"- ," ..... ."- ..._ ..."j ..-.t.. Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averageof
: of four boxes
""' \ # : five from planting of two year buds, yielded an average over
;; i .... ... ... : .. six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
realized over
; .. 't.jia iE -., : jJ""i. .r sixteen .
"1'W. "- _1itI',, ?' :- : : Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or
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... ,. ... .. ,, ; from trees budded from the selections '
-'" :. .;;."- '" ""' .. JI The planting of this grove was made proper
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...c: -- ; : still better because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogating -
dif: ..: .. -L... ; .. ; '!O ,
... 1\ :;;::.'( :;;: ..... : .II-- -.' our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec
': .. 1 ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in planting

I ..6"0' :'" Ito; ; l "' ....: s .... your All grove.government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
( work this line that ordinary
't1I and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their along groves
;!g. 'f : 'a usual method of and rebudded
r.i. "' i planted from ordinary trees of the propogation,
; 5- !< 11.I
: ....t """Ij .::;; : ;. from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the
lit. .
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....""'" :. :: 7f"I: .. Ii ..... "T:: .1 :you can start right, don't :you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way,
1- .. ) .... 1':, .......; II;; !'.., .. is to use OCKLA'V AHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, '
.. .
; :f '7! ; "' ." have offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-
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1 21 ..".....<<,.- !J-- S :.&...::.l:".< ,CR'.,.. '''''' .. -- -.0.1. ..;;.,>.ft: ...I. p 1. I ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our .
..: 'i( ;: agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the i
< .. _. ilt. II 1JI =. ; before buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that oJ
," .;--r' ., trees you
.: ,*: .... .I.- Y' -.I. '.',. ..... with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
.... ; / it pays to start right,
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Tangerine, Florida.

Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha G. G. Wright Agt., No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg.

Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufac- ,

: tured, and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando, Florida '
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New York.-About two or three to laughter the sunshine of New York.-The Southern peach principal Lillian of the Ocoee Eldredge school, who this past was j Attention Auto Owners! ]
cars of Florida watermelons came in I season got started this week. On I II ,
the soul' the happiness of the heart, year, has been appointed a teacher in
this week. The price on the first car, Monday four cars were in, two of
the leaven of youth the privilege of the Orlando high school. Miss Eid-J r
which arrived Monday was abnormally I them from Georgia one from Florida
high but the second car, which. purity the echo of innocence, the and one from South Carolina. The redge high school is a graduate and talented of the Apopka ::: I AUTO SERVICE STATION I :
came in Thursday, was reported sold treasure of the humble the wealth of market was $2@2.50. Tuesday there young I i
She secured her
lady. present
.. at 2650. The market is quotable at the poor the bead of the cup of pleasure. was one car here from Georgia which appointment .
the result of her
as successful -
about $560 per car. The stock is be- sold at 225275. Wednesday there
It dispels dejection banishes I work at Ocoee, and her many I 14 E. CHURCH STREET :
ed out in a small way at were no receipts and one car arrived
from to $75 per 100 melons. blues and mangles melancholy; for Thursday from North Carolina which friends are rejoicing over the prog- I Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil :
next it's the foe of woe, the destroyer of ress she is making. Miss Eldredge is I
Heavier receipts are expected brought 2253. The indications are daughter of Postmaster S. W. Eld CAR WASHED AND POLISHED, $1.00 :
week. depression the enemy of grief; it is for fairly heavy receipts next week a
redge, who is one of Apopka's lead- Special Club Rate Tickets :
what kings envy peasants plutocratsenvy when varieties such as the Dixies, ..
Guests registering at the San Juan the innocent; it's the sheen on Victors and Greensboros will begin to ing merchants.-Apopka News. Prompt Service Personal Attention :

hotel Sunday included J. N. Picton the silver of smiles, the ripple on the arrive. Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold :.
The St. Charles Hotel will remain I
Rockport, Texas; S. R. Leavitt New water's delight, the glint of the gold' rates.
Special summer
York; H. P. Crook A. Wilforce Bal- of gladness. Without it humor wouldbe I The want ad-'s the thing. open.6.10SteREFRIGLRATORS :;;; Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager ::
timore; Theo. Snow J. G. Smith At- dumb, wit would wither, dimples I :

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Caston and wife J. A. Miller H. G. shrivel for it's a glow of a clean con- I _- .

Smith, Jacksonville; J. W. Buchanan science, the voice of a pure soul, the -

.. and wife, Lakeland; A. D. McIlvaine, birthcry of mirth, the swan song of i
C. W. Huggins Fred Dalton Tampa; sadness.Exchange.Mr. INERCUIl L I The 1Eaet

. Ed. A. :McKoy Sampson Levy New
Orleans; T. B. Ellis Jr., Gainesville; Edwin W. Davis of Orlando, OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Mrs. J. C. Lowe Ormond. was shaking hands with his Ocala Stone Lined. Made of Heavy Ash with Raised Beveled! Panels. : OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE .
friends yesterday. He is so in love I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Misses Jael Mary and Birdie Wil- with Orlando and the practice he is Kept under the best s wutitary conditions.
kinson have returned to the state capital receiving there and is so perfectly
I screened from the files ana fr3bana
Everything away kept
contented there that he has thrust all
where :Miss Mary is a student in
the Women's college. Her sisters thought of office behind him, with the pare.o .
We invite inspection and guarantee *fartSon. We have'
went to Tallahassee a short time ago avowal of "never again. His Ocala o
to witness the final exercises of the friends are always glad to see him.- I : everything in the Meat Line

year at the school. Miss Jael has Ocala Banner. 1
been teaching in Orlando during the ;II JH. M. pelf & CO.
I' past term.-St. Petersburg Independ- PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
I partnership of Davis and Man i 6 -

ning, painting and: decorating, has *
Solid Brass Nickel-plated Lever Locks ------- -- -- -
FOR SALE I been dissolved, and notice is hereby
Cut showing Corner Section and Method of Construction.The .
SIX CYLINDER, SEVEN PASSENGER -I given that W. L. Davis will not be d
latest receptacle for the storage of food is made cf Granite I r I
CAR. THIS IS A BAR liable for any debts incurred by said
wood lin- !
wood, a composition stone. It is applied to the inside J JI
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD firm. W. L. DAVIS. ing of the refrigerator (to the thickness of one-half inch when in
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf 6-15-61 a soft plastic state. During the drying process it is worked down
to a smooth even surface which in a short time cures out very hard EXCEPTIONAL OFFERBeautiful
I and tough. It is then treated to three coats of the best hard drying i I
enamel to give it the clean, snowy white appearance.
NEW YORK AND RETURN j, It will not break; it will I not leak; it will rot rust; it \xil: r"t
: absorb dampness or germs. It has no reams, therefore it cnn have i
I!?: no cracks, no crannies to harbor unclear.iness: there is i othin;? to I
- I* interrupt or dimish the origins; circulation of cold sir which is a 1 I lot on Lake Lucerne
$35.00 s feature of this celebrated refrigerator.Note .
the round corners at the back and bottom; the manner in 4
which the drain pipe through the bottom is embedded in the n :ite- with plenty of Foliage
I VIA"CLYDE ial, the method by which the material is brought to the edge of I
the door casing as well as the front of the bottom, in this manner
LINE"ONLY sealing the entire lining in one solid seamless piece. and Trees.
There is no lurking place for germs; no entrance-way for saturated :
air; no toll taken from theory; the circulation of air .
DIRECT LINE FROM: JACKSONVILLEFare works on the latest day of use as effectively and as purely as on
the first day of trial. The difficulties of former days have been e" Price $2000.00
includes meals and stateroom berth overcome, and an economy has been attained in expense, in taste,
Tickets Now on Sale Good on any Ship in comfort and in health so extensive that it cannot be computed. rit i

Final Return Limit October 31st i Absolutely Seamless-Positive Circulation-TCojnd Corners. ::

CHARLESTON for schedule and EXCURSIONSWrite further particulars OSCAR HAND & SON n C. A. HOlEYII

H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent

Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty St. I L Complete! House; Furnishers J

Jacksonville, Florida . . .

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V I > The Great J1111o Sale e at i "i the Big Store Is Now Oil -I IJ I 9i i

Remember there is a sale every day in June, featuring Bargains daily. This is the greatest bargain and money saving event known to the people of Orlando. You will be pleased 1

with the styles, and you will be more than pleased with the prices offered. Due to this store's reputation for advance styles and extensive displays of what's new, interest in this event 1

, is always keen, therefore it is a sale of immense attractiveness to thousands of people. The descriptions below are merely a hint of what you will find here, as every piece of goods in this ]

large store has been marked down to the lowest possible prices for a quick sale.CHILDREN'S 1

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English China Dinner Set, 74 pieces, 3 PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard widein
Made of Gingham, Percales, Chambrays and patterns to select from, beautifully dee- all the new shades, 50c. quality _25c
Linens in plain! and fancy colors, plaids,
orated, regular prices $23.98, June Sale
checks and stripes _all sizes _from 2 to
Price for set _$11.99MATTING WHITE GOODS, Flaxons, Bastiste and _
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.years.75c. quality, June Sale Price ___________37l/zc RUGS Lawns, worth up to 25c, in June Sale ______lOc .

$1.00 quality, June Sale Price ____________50c Size 36x72, splendid line of patterns, .J
$1.23 quality, June Sale Price___________62'/2C limit one to a customer, June Sale Price ____27c One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral

$1.50 quality, June Sale Price ____________75c MATTING RUGS and conventional designs, worth 12/ c. "I

$2.00 quality, June Sale Price __________$1.00 Size 9x12, woven patterns, good designs and 15c., June Sale Price ----------------8t/4c

$3.00 quality, June Sale Price ___________$1.50This and colors, $3.50 value, June Sale Price.$2.49 I

One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga-
Extra special during this sale I and thissale
that sells regular loons and insertions, values up to 25c,
; ; SILK KIMONAS only, Linoleum,
; for 60c. yard, full pieces, not remnants, June Sale Price ----_____________________5c
is the best I line of Kimonas ever brought to Or- Price19c
lando, and will be sold at the folowing low prices: guaranteed 5 years, June Sale I One lot of Embroideries in edges, bands,

$4.00 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price __________$2.98 galoons, insertions, flouncings and all-

$5.00 Silk Kimonas June Sale Price _________$3.98 overs, values up to 75c., June Sale Price 25c
$6.50 Silk Kimonas, June Sale Price __________$4.98

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

RUGS RUGS RUGS patterns to choose form. These goods White Cloud_ and Fruit of the Loom,

are worth up to 35c, your choice __________lOc 12/ quality, June Sale Price -------______9c

EVERY SINGLE RUG IN OUR TREMENDOUS STOCK One lot of White Goods in Madras, Batiste f
WILL BE PRICED DOWN TO SUCH A LOW LEVEL Lawns in checks and stripes. These BLEACHED MUSLIN, Full yard wide, fine

THAT YOU WILL WONDER HOW WE ARE ABLE TO goods are all good patterns and qualities, soft finish, limit 10 yards to a customer_5c

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

BARGAINS. in June Sale ___________________________10cPOPLINS BATH TOWELS, bleached, good heavy
$36.50, 9x12 WILTON RUGS, Sale Price _____$29.50 weight, regular 15c. quality, June Sale I
$22.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $16.98 in plain colors I good heavy weight, Price
$_,.1.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $18.98 silk finish, 25c quality __________________122c -iQc I

$28.00 9x12 AXl\IINISER..R1GS.! Sale Price $23.98 One lot of fine Imported Dress Goods; in TOWELS: hemmed huck, plain white and red I

' $22.50:: 9x12: Good quality Rugs, Sale $16.98 Crepes, Fancy Rice Cloth and voiles, bordered, large size, 12c. quality, per
$55.00 9x12 Royal Trewan Rugs, Sale Price $42.50 beautiful worth to in
patterns up $1.00, dozen _________________________________85c
$100.00 9x12 Royal Shan Sale Price
Rugs, $73.50 June Sale _____________________________47c
More than 1000 Rugs to choose from, all at sale prices.

il The Yowell Duckworth Co. I.1 i 1i 1 1t


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South Florida Sentinel
r "It's newspaper talk," says a citizen The Dixie highway "spur" which : I
MORNING AND WEEKLYf who thinks his opinion is worth a Sanford secured last week induced

f W. C::. ESSINGTON GLENN ................BseinessManager...........Edits :good deal and he dismisses the incident I.Editor Holly of the Herald to write : I Are You Connected I I I

-- --- -- as of little weight. Let's show exactly one column of cold blooded, :
f Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida one thing "newspaper talk" has done icy facts about why the Seminole | : l
aa Second Clasa Mail
( for Florida during the last few weeks county capital was not represented at I WITH OURMells I
t. SUBSCRIPTION RATES It was less than two months ago that the first meeting of the Central Flor- : I
r Dafly. 1 Year ........................ SLOG
Daily. < Months ...................... *oliO talk of a Dixie highway began to be ida Highway Association at Kissimmee :
f Daily. S Months ...................... LDaily. % heard. Where? In the newspapers. and why they refused to eat cin- .
i 1 Month ....................... -M
They took it up and discussed it from ders and breathe smoke in not goingto
Weekly 1 Year ........-............ SLOP
every angle, calling on their readersfor the Dixie Highway Commission I
r t ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN expressions of opinions and generally meeting at Chattanooga May 20. OuhfittillDEPARTMENT

t -- pushing the thing along. In the one column article that Editor :
.. I IE I The time was ripe and it was easy Holly dashed off he recounts in a ,

E Copy* far .display* he handea and all in at other the hand-act business to push. What the politician calls the humorous manner the meeting of the :
r office .7n.e. Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. hychological moment had arrived. I Central Florida Highway Association 1
before atio... This nil applieito I
the chanr day for contract advertising: it far The people had stood bad roads asI convention at Orlando. Sanford absent 1
( variable and will be etrietly adhered to. long as they would. They wanted at Kissimmee and absent at

J r. Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued !! good roads and they wanted them con- Chattanooga was forty-eight strongat. ?
should notify the office in writing on necting so that they could get some- the Orlando meeting.Led .
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
r continued at the regular subscription rate*. where on them. by that indomitable Horatio-

: until Telephone notice Numb-r to stop .is...received...,.................. 2.r So they took up the talk of Dixie at-the-bridge, Forrest Lake they
t highway in great shape. They wentto camped in the jury box at the court
r- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1913.J; the first meeting at Kissimmee by house, paid their $2 yearly dues and

the tens. They went to the big meeting got a "spur" to the Dixie highway.It .
t .
Buy what you need, sell that lot at Chattanooga by the scores cost them exactly $96 which explains -

; which you have no further use, from this state and by the thousands in a way their absence from

through the classified column in the from the dozen or so states that will Kissimmee and Chattanoogatheydesired

Sentinel. be served by the road. They went to aid in building up the Cen-

o over to Orlando the other day by the tral Florida Highway Association.Isn't .
The Christian Herald says the trou- hundreds. Four hundred men from the "spur" worth $96, Mr. '-

ble with most of the flowery sermons twenty-four counties, they estimate it. Holly?
is that by the time the sermon is fin- i And they organized that thing. o

ished the flowers have withered. Systematized it. Secured pledges to MY WORK

o build the road and will see that it is MN'S[ MEN'S[
Let but do work from today -
me my day -
Ten million dollars worth of mules built. What did it? Newspaper talk. ,

have been shipped to the scene of war To be sure the time was ripe and it In the field or forest, at the desk or
by this country. Wonder if they will was not hard work, but it was the loom fURNIStllNGS % FURNISHINGS '
come back to America as potted hamor newspapers of this and other states In roaring market place or tranquilroom .
corned beef! that furnished the vehicle through ;
Let me but find it in my heart to say,
o which that road will be built. Don't When vagrant wishes beckon me
The chances of being struck by believe it. What was the first thing astray,
) lightning are four times greater in any man with an idea on it did? Wentto "This is my work; my blessing, not
my doom;
the country than in the city. Yet the newspapers, didn't he? Where "Of all who live, I am the best by ,
"camping out parties" are becomingmore should he have gone? They are the whom .
popular every season. machinery that gets that sort of public "This work can "best be done in the :
right way. ,
service done.
o Then shall I see it not too great, nor
Your natural interest in the war And what does that road mean for small :

news should not lessen your natural Florida? County commissioners have To suit my spirit and to prove my .
interest in the "store news." For war promised to build 125 miles of brick powers;
Then shall I cheerfully greet the laboring : Knowledge is power, and when that knowledge is exercised in the purchase of _
conditions make you wise in buying instead of thirty between Lake City ,
hours; articles for your wardrobe from a store that makes an extra special effort in follow
things more useful to you than even and Miami. They have promised to And cheerfully turn, when the long
in peace times. eliminate seventy-two miles of woods shadows fall ing the dictates of fashion so closely, that we voice simultaneously with New York

o trails and replace them with graded At eventide to play and love and rest. men's latest caprice, and when that professional knowledge is coupled with our un-
Because I know for me my work is
The gypsies have taken to the roads or better.Newspaper best. limited buying facilities and ability of obtaining all cash discounts, YOUR DOL-

Fords, says the Thomasville (Ga.) talk? -Henry Van Dyke.A LARS have the power of purchase with us almost double the extension they would
Times-Enterprise. They say it is A pretty good line of talk, eh- o have with other stores.
cheaper, win go almost as fast: and Tampa Times. I GOOD GAME PROMISED AT
We dont ask you to take our simple word for it-though it is already knownto
will not require but one feed per day, o FAIR GROUNDS THURSDAYAll
a great many-let us prove it to you, get a line on us-let us make a joint con-
_ and is just as good in a swap as a ROLLINS COLLEGE.The .
nection, the result will be an illumination of such exceptional values that will not
horse. annual catalogue of Rollins College fans and any others who are only astonish you, but will solve many a bygone problem of where to get the best
o shows the excellent condition of lovers of the national frame will have value for your money. We do not fear a break in the connection.
The only use for a grouch is as a that sterling institution and the progress the opportunity on Thursday after- .

horrible example. We can dispense that has been made there during noon at the Fair Grounds of witness-

with him, but if we must have him the past year. ing a stellar performance in balldom For Instance---OUR CLOTHINGThe

let it be to show how miserable a man Rollins is the oldest college in Florida when the Champions of Winter Park .
can make himself and those around and has always made a fine record are called upon to face the Invinciblesof house of Hart Schaffner and Marx have a world wide reputation for the

him when he is determined to grumbleand for itself. It is ideally located and Apopka. There has been no lack best and last word in Clothing Fashiondom. In stocking a complete range of their

growl perpetually. fully equipped. Students who have of practice on the part of either team. productions we are only doing our duty to our customers who desire and insist upon
o They are both in apple pie condition,
enjoyed its advantages speak in the "
securing the "Newest of the New.
Never marry for money, admon- highest terms of the work done there. and believe us they are going to pull I

ishes an exchange. Miss Flutie Belcher Florida is proud of its colleges and of off some real professional stuff. There

has broken her engagement to one none more so than Rollins.TampaTribune. are no weak players in either bunch, '
of the Ilenstep boys who live in Buz- and we will miss our prediction when : I Big Summer Reductions Now PrevailJust I

zard Knob section. It is said that she o we say that when you leave the ball '
him for his and park Thursday afternoon will
was marrying money LEAVE ON A LONG TRIP you 1
that he went and spent it Saturday have had your money's worth.
night.It Prof A Few Words About---Our Boots and Shoes
and Mrs. J. W. Simmons left
o Orlando yesterday afternoon over the CONVENTION EXPENSES LESS
would appear that Bryan has not Atlantic Coast Line for a three THAN $700 "To fit or not to fit, that is the question." Many a man's pleasure is spoilt, '

. made many friends among the Ger- months tour of the Western States, many a day's work indifferently done if he hasn't solid comfort in the wear of his
man-Americans by his resignation, during which time they will take in The entertainment committees of shoes. The least ache or pain puts a man's thoughts into unbusinesslike channels.
judging from the following extract: the Panama-Pacific and the San Diego the Orlando Board of Trade having in WE ARE SHOE SPECIALISTS.Let .
The St. Louis Westliche Post says: !expositions, and several other points charge the Central Florida Highway
"Bryan should have spared himself I of interest in the West They will go Association and the Florida Citrus us diagnose your pedal requirem ents; let us demonstrate our ability to per-

the trouble of making an address to from here to Chicago and from thereto Exchange conventions assembled yesterday fectly fit you.
the German-Americans. It will not Denver and Salt Lake City, where and "0. K.'d" bills amountingto We want your business, you want correct fitting shoes-Here's our special inducement -

make friends for him. they will spend a few days. Portland less than $700. Of this amount for you to try us.

"If 'rot were not such a horrible Oregon, will be visited and several about $110 was expended for the entertainment FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS WE WILL REFUND THE SUM: OF ONE DOLLAR ON

unparliamentary expression, we would other coast cities, including San of the highway-men. EVERY PAIR OF :MEN'S SHOES COSTING $1.00 OR OVERMen's

apply it to a certain statement. Francisco, where the big exposition is Considering the vast amount of publicity -

o being> held. After a visit with friendsin received from the gatherings

Since January 1, twenty-three daily Los Angeles and Pasadena they Orlando people should consider the Shirts
newspapers have notified the temperance i will return by way of Texas and other I expense extremely reasonable.

society of Methodist Episco- Southern 'States, remaining for a I ,
pal church that they no longer accept short time at interesting places in MADE REPAIRS ON TARGET "Manhattan" make-"Wilson Bros." make are--even for the most critical-

liquor advertising. The latest notifi- that vicinity.BE FRAMES sufficient guarantee to the purchaser that he is securing the very latest styles-the

cation of this kind comes from the newest weaves and colorings, and the best made shirts in the Union.At .

Morning Sentinel of Orlando, Florida, A BOOSTER AND ATTEND Second Lieutenant DeLaney Way this time of the year our stock is replete with the very latest. Every want
which writes: "We have joined the GAMES and Quartermaster Wilson Rivers can be met. Every distinctive coloring or color combination is with us.
ranks. No liquor advertising accepted. made a trip to the target range and

." Indirect notification also comes Orlando folks have an excellent opportunity made some repairs to one of the tar- Prices Range from $1.50 to $4.00
from the Seattle Sun. The Sun not get frames Tuesday afternoon.The .
to see some real good ball
only declines liquor advertising now, this range is in need of repairs all
summer if they will only show
but is an active advocate of prohibi- the around. Let us hope that Captain NECKWEARThousands
proper spirit and give it their en-
tion.-From News Dept. of Temperance Chapman will build Company C up to
couragement by attending the games.
Society, Methodist Church at To- a high standard, for he has the mate-
There are several excellent teams in ; of effects to choose from.
I new
peka.A rial to do it with. .
adjoining towns that are anxious to
o ;try conclusions with some of the Orange : JUST IN---The new Tie for the Sport Shirt.
county teams. The best ama-
MIGHT HELP. teur baseball aggregation in all Flor- Gilbert Lee, son of Mr. and The Shirt $1.50 The Tie SOc.
from the church Mrs. C. G. Lee, left Orlando yesterday
Complaint congregations ida is right here at our very door,andon .
comes that during services next Thursday will cross bats with I afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine ,

Sunday morning and evening the au- the Apopka team. Show your appreciation -I for an extended trip through the
tomobilists continue to speed around by attending. Western States. He will visit the Fairat

the churches, making all sorts of: San Francisco and with friends in

noise, tooting horns opening mufflers RETURNS TO BUSINESS AFTER California, Colorado and other Western STRAW HATS ,
and the like. Such a condition is not NINE YEARSMr. States, and also many points of F

;. respectful. If motorists do not care interest while away, and may return Were cheaper. Call in and let
L. C. Cox who at one time con- never
attend church by of St. Louis.
to sen-ices they should way
ducted one of the most modern and 3 1
not play the dog in the manger act up to date markets in Orlando, after I us convince you. ,
It is not very edifying or pleasing to a retirement of nine years is again THANKS TO MAKER OF "COLD
have a beautiful prayer interrupted in business. lIe is located at No. 63 SLA W"
Church street near the Atlantic Coast
by a wild screech from a wicked Line depot. It is hardly necessary for The entertainment committee of the
horn. A little precaution on the part the Sentinel to call the attention of Orlando Board of Trade wishes to =L
of automobile and drivers will those of his former customers to the .
owners publicly express thanks to Miss SylviaB.
increase peace and harmony and pro- excellent that treatment he delivered and in quality former oipoods Barnett for her faithful work in '

mote deeper reverence from the con- days. He simply understands that preparing the vast amount of "slaw" DicksonlvosOrlando's
gregations that complain. If the mo- line of business and now that he is served at the barbecue Friday at the Company
torists continue their indiscriminatenoise a candidate for public patronage, Fair Grounds.
would like to have his old friends and
on Sundays policemen should be all others call on him. He expects to I :

stationed in front of the churches and install a phone tomorrow and when- CoL Carey D. Landis, of DeLand,

o enforce respect by cautioning the un ever the meat you happen line, he to respectfully need anything asks in one of the state's prominent and successful Favorite Shopping Place Orlando, Florida

thoughtful. If this does not stop the that you remember Cox's Meat Market attorneys, spent yesterday in
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Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

SOCIAL CALENDAR Smith and J. A. Arnold. One hundredand Admission 5 Cents

Odd Fellows and .
fifty or more
June 16. ..
Bachelor Girls' Miss Jean Person hos- Rebekahs were present at the ser .. . . .. &

tess. vices. TODAY'S PROGRAM

... Twentieth Ceotury Club picnic Sirs. The opening number "Nearer, My "THE LOST LORD LOVELL"A
S. E. Ives Gore avenue hostess. God to Thee, was followed by a Majestic special feature, in two
Address, Pj oness Ridgely, at Ca- "IN THE PALMY DAYS"Iina
prayer by the chaplain P. B. Wicoff, parts
thedral ropter House 4 o'clock. BELL"A
Thursday, June 17. and an announcement by the noble A ::\ Comedy. They're all Reliance comedy. I
Half holiday.Subscription grand which in turn was followed "CALAMITY ANNE'S LOVE
dance at Country Club.- with an address by the chaplain.A good. AFFAIR"i i
Friday, June 18.
Methodist churchto melody in F was pleasingly ren- An American Beauty comedy. I j
Special meeting at FIVE CENTS TO ALL.
receive reports of canvassing dered by Mrs. W. II. Brokaw and Mr.\ -I o 0
committees. Donald C. Helms, the former playingthe '
THURSDAY'S -GOLF- piano accompaniment and the 'latter "THE NAMELESS: FEAR"A 3 and 4 will be under the command MILADVS JEWEL CASE
of Clifford Tatum and Frank Koach.
the trombone.
playing on
TOURNAMENT AT C. C. Filled with examples of our! Gold and Diamond! Mounted Jewelry: is
Past Grand Master B. C. Aber- Lubin Drama. Swimming, fishing and other Scout stock
The second of the series of summer indeed a treasure. Our jewelerj i* complete and \aned.
nethy and Hon. W. R. O'Neal deliv- recreations will be indulged in by the Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsmanshipwe
golf tournaments will be played on I ered appropriate addresses. disciples of Daniel Boone. While in are showing. You'll not find our prices prohibitive by any
the Country Club links Thursday afternoon means. S 1vALLEN
Another piano and trombone duet camp all "tenderfeet" will be initia- >
and the committee in charge
"Traumerei" was rendered by Mrs. ted. JEWELERS.IJta
have arranged for play to start at any
Brokaw and Mr. Helms. -- -
time after 1 o'clock.
Rev. R. J. Brewer next addressedthe Biograph Drama. AN ENJOYABLE Ib
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The match will be medal play and 0 :: Alk
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs PARTY.
will consist of 18 holes, and the three pres-
ent, his address being followed witha Yesterday afternoon the home of
lowest net scores will be awarded the
prayer by the chaplain and the Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cohoon, on South
three prizes. In case of a tie in the I Pitcarn Floor Spar. Valentine
singing of the old hymn, "Blest Be "THE FAMILY BIBLE"An lake street was the scene of much
scores a second match will have to
the Tie That Binds" by the members.The pleasure for the little folks, as they i i.i i.
be between the contestants be-
played benediction was pronounced by Edison Drama.A gathered to celebrate the seventh =t. PATTOVS SUN PROOF PAINT
fore the prizes will be awarded and MU01 ?
I Rev. Brewer. birthday of their manly little son, --- ----- ---
these deciding matches can be arranged -
Master Allan. Games and all childish '
to suit the convenience of the j p Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
sports were played to delight the
players interested.The MISS ELIZA WRIGHT
RESPONDED.The GOOD BILL hearts of the little folks. Delightful 205 S. Orange Avenue
prizes selected by the handicap
refreshments served and at six
committee for Thursday's tournament annual state conference of the .
r' Phone 261
o'clock all bade their little host goodbye -
r consist entirely of golfers' supplies; Epworth League began at Lakeland
the first prize to be golf shoes, golf I Monday night at the First Methodist wishing him many more happy

shirts sticks balls or whatever the I church, with a welcoming address by 5 cents 10 cents Birthdays. I L Pratt & Lambart's 61" Floor Varnish

winner may choose in golfing' supplies.The I the president of the Lakeland League, t'' Patton's Velumina, the Modern Wall

second prize will be one dozen 1 Cot J. Harvey Peterson. COUNTRY CLUB -- ,t ; Finish.

golf balls and the third prize a golf I Miss Eliza Wright, district secre- DANCE. COLEMAN & RHAN VITRALITE, the long life Enamel
II tary for the Orlando district, gave a Have you been to the Grand The second set of subscription I

bag.For further information in regardto I response to the speech of welcome. since the new cooling plant is in dances given by the Orlando Country I
these tournaments, or those wishing I Miss Wright is one of the most en- Club will begin Thursday night at 9 sion work are cordially invited to at- I HOW ABOUT A DOG TAG FOR

to join these tournaments, please thusiastic workers in the local leagueand operation? o'clock sharp. All members are in- tend. YOUR PET?

call on Mr. J. D. Barnes at the Roof is constantly at work building up It's "cooler than the coolest vited and requested to attend these I In accordance with the regular cus-
Garden. and strengthening the work all over dances. Miss Margaret Hart is tak- Mrs. II. B. Jljers entertained the tom the annual "extermination" of

Below is given the names and han- the district. place in town." ing care of the subscription funds and Sans Souci Club last evening at her untaxed dogs will begin today. There

dicaps of all players participating in Rev. L. F. Chapman, state president those members who have not alreadyseen home on the corner of Jackson and has been an unusually light dog tax
Thursday's match: j is a son of Dr. J. S. Chapman, her will please do so as soon as West streets. Twenty-five guests collected thus far in the present year

Names. Handicap ,formerly pastor of the First Metho- they conveniently can.-House Com- were present including the gentlemen. and beginning today all canines discovered -

P. C. McNeil ___________________ 14 dist church in Orlando. In his report mittee. Delicious refreshments by the police force withoutthe
It. C. Dann ____________________ 14 Rev. noted the ROOf GARDENTODAY were license
Louis Dolive __________________ 10 i Chapman growth of served and a general good time was tag will be shot. The tax
Dr. J. W. Stagg ________________ 14 i,the league in the Southern Methodist SOCIETY NOTESOF enjoyed. is due at the first of the year. If
C. B. Robinson _________________ 16 I i:church and announced that in spite of INTEREST. your pet has not been tagged you
T. P. Warlow -------------_____ 18 j i the unusual conditions prevailing Deaconess Emily Ridgeley a mis- should see to it that the matter is
A. R. Wrenn __________________ 18 ; WANTED party from Georgia
Jos. L. Guernsey _______________ 20 Ii j throughout the country during the sionary in China for some years past, desires an investment in or near attended to at once.
S. K. Guernsey _________________ 20 i I!past year the work of the league hadbeen but t now on furlough, is expected on Orlando, which gives a working in-
S. Y. Way _____________________ 24 only slightly hindered, the mem- a visit to friends here and is to givean terest. Bank stock, lumber plant orgood WANTED to rent a horse; will take
J. D. Barnes ___________________ 24 I bership in the Southern League alone "WHEN LOVE IS LOVE"A farm. Also' moving picture bus- good care of him and give only light
in China
A. C. Hart _____________________ 201 I address on work at the iness. If you have an interest in good work. Send full particulars to II. M.
J. P. Holbrook ________________ 24 I being over 140,000. drama in two acts. Cathedral Chapter House today at 4 paying proposition address Business Buchanan, 816 W. Lemon street.
T. H. Evans -0- m. All interested in mis- care this office. 6-16-2tc 6-16-3t*
-------------------- 241 I p. persons
W. D. Rogers __________-______ .'BOY SCOUTSGO Pauline Bush and Wm. Clifford.
E. II. Johnson __________________ 24 |
Jas. L. Giles ___________________ 25: ON CAMP. --
S. W. Howe ____________________ 26 About fifteen members of Troops
W. W. Wright __________________ 26 ;Nos. "ONE KIND OF FRIEND"A
A. 1... Cole _____________________ 30 i 3 and 4, Boy Scouts of Orlando. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
M. O. Overstreet _______________ 26 left yesterday morning under com- tense Emotional Drama.
L. B. Giles ___________________ 30 mand of Scoutmaster Woodneck for
W. S. Branch, Jr. _______________ 30 Lake Geer about three miles east of I Frances Ford.
C. G. Westcott ________________ 30 Established 1886
Walter Essington _______________ 30 Orlando where they pitched camp
A. Haden _____________________ 30 and are now going through the rou-
-- tine of a full fledged "light brigade." "'THEYVERE HEROS"

I. O. O. F. MEMORIAL They were in excellent spirits just be- Eddie Lyon, Victoria Ford, Lee CURTIS & 09NEAL
SERVICE MONDAY.The fore leaving, and in their boyish glee

memorial services of the I. O. made the "old ones" desire to fall in :Moran.A\ .

O. F. were held Monday evening at with them. They expect to return
Nestor .
Odd Fellows Hall, located on the cor- home tomorrow.At INSURANCE LOANS

ner of Central and Orange avenues. Lake Geer they purpose to erecta

These services are held annually in log cabin patterned on the true
honor of the departed brothers who pioneer stjle. This is in preparation FINE PROGRAM: REAL ESTATE RENTALS

have passed into the Great Beyond. for their camp which will be held

The services of the local lodge this I I later in the year. The Scouts troops

year were in honor of the late W M. Continued in fourth column) Onyx Clock to be given away

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10 cents 5 cents
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1 Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. House eight rooms. Lot 65 x167. Price

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. *!1i': k'' ts: i'r'' !; i PEACH COBLER, 15c. DON'T SWAT THE FLY !

. t1il Screen your home with our galvanizedwire
cloth at moderate cost.
15 cents
ril a ; ; This will flies
1,11L 1 .u a.s1 b effectively keep out ,

and other insects
Once You Taste Our IceCream and Soda PEACHCHOCOLATE gnats, mosquitoes

and is

You will regret that you have not before visited our cool-

We use pure Syrups and Fruits, the best of milk in ..
our milk drinks. IN THE WORLDTheHardware.Storeon

We have been at the same old stand for twelve years

and know how. We have Peach, Vanilla Strawberry and

Pure dope no substitute used. Ask Horace at THE the Corner





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HIS JUDGMENT THAN STATIONDoes AT JACKSONVILLE The officers and directors of the 1 CONSIDER !
Orlando Bank and Trust Company, of j

Editor Sentinel:-We have the pres- Fertilizer Affect the Feeding Jacksonville, Fla.-Improvements Orlando, Fla., have every reason to be '
ident's note to Germany, and we have Value of Japanese Cane? amounting to $20,000 are to be made proud of the splendid growth of their There is no better feed to keep before your chickens,

people.Mr. Bryan's We can note not to serve the American God and upon the Elks' club rooms at once. institution, as evidenced by the latest old or young, than BRAN, PURE WHEAT BRAN, made

Mammon. Mr. Bryan and the presi- (By John M. Scott) A special meeting which was called statement of financial condition. I j: from winter wheat.

dent can not both occupy a strictly In this work, eight plots of Japanese for the purpose of discussing the Though in existence only about nine We have it fresh, direct from the mill, free from
consistent position in this matter. cane were used. The plots were proposition was held last evening.The years, this company has paid $72,500 | ..
Which will the American people stand the amountsper committee named to weevil, and at a price that will please you. .
in their contentions! fertilized with following report upon in dividends, in addition to adding'I '
If by the and president support, with the unanimous acre. Plot 1, 112 pounds dried the feasibility of making the desired I$34,385 to surplus and undivided prof- | Our Shorts are of the same high quality Jlfc low

support of his cabinet (except Mr. blood, and 84 pounds muriate of pot- changes reported in favor of the prop- : its. Its total resources on May 1 I j price.

Bryan) is serious right, then in Mr.withdrawinghis Bryan has ash. Plot 11, 84 pounds muriate of osition and the club voted to carry :were $790,288.85, with capital stock 'l lI Pound, Sack, Ton or Carload.
made error
support a from the president and potash, and 224 pounds acid phos- out the plans suggested.An I $100,000, surplus and profits $3-1,385.-1['

his cabinet. If Mr. Bryan is right in phate.> Plot 3, 112 pounds of dried addition will be built to the 80 and deposits $655,219.09. ,

leaving the president in this critical blood, and 224 pounds acid phosphate.Plot present cluT house. This addtiion will first four days of May the deposits of !

position then the president together 4, 72 pounds sulphate of ammo- extend across the east end of the lot this bank increased $36,435.76, a gain I The Co-Operative Produce Co.
with all of the brains of the cabinet,
is nia, 84 pounds muriate of potash, and situated on the nort hside of the I of five and one-half per cent.
wrong. W. S. DeWITT. Vr. No. 10 Cast Church Street PHONE 447
There si no half way ground, and 224 pounds acid phosphate. Plot 5, building. New furniture will be I The officers are: II. 1... Beeman, :
if we will lay aside Mr. Bryan's rep- 112[ pounds dried blood, 84 pounds placed in the building and improve-I[I president; W. M. Davis and R. 1... II
utation and look at the matter froman
unprejudiced standpoint, it does muriate of potash, and 224 pounds ments of a general nature will be I I[I Hyer, vice-presidents and Geo. E. I'
look like Mr. Bryan has more confi- acid phosphate. Plot 6, 72 pounds made. The work is to be started at Nolan, cashier.-From The AmericanBanker N I

dence in the correctness of his own sulphate of ammonia, 84 pounds sulphate once and rushed to completion. There June 5. i
judgment than he has faith in the of potash, and 224 pounds acid was a large attendance at the meet- ..

judgment the entire of the cabinet.president, togetherwith phosphate. Plot 7, 112 pounds dried ing last evening. After the sessiona The St. Charles Hotel will remain I

Suppose he is everlastingly opposedto blood. 84 pounds sulphate of potash, fish chowder was served in the club open. Special summer rates. I DISCOUNT ON fURNITURETo E

war, he says the president is doing and 224 pounds acid phosphate. Plot dining room. 6-10-5tc \
his best to avert it, and because Mr. ,
112 dried blood 84 --
8!, pounds pounds -I
Wilson wlil not abandon the method
adopted by himseilf and the cabinet sulphate of potash, 224 pounds acid reduce our stock as much as
to bring about peaceful settlement of phosphate, and 2,000 pounds ground
the matter, and be dictated to by Mr.I limestone. much as possible by the 15th, will
Bryan, Mr. Bryan deserts them and
changes horses in the middle of the AnalysisThe give a
stream, regardless of the conse- following analyses were made

quences Would it to have the been American better Republic.for Mr. from the crop grown on plots fertilized Discount of 25 Per Centoff

Bryan to have remained at his postof as noted above for five years; so

duty and have shouldered his shareof that any different fertilizing previousto our regular cash price on any
the responsibility as a servant of this could have had no effect on the
the American people in this crisis, analysis.The i goods in store.Hammond.
than to have left his post on the approach -
of a supposed battle! Was it cane from plot 1 analyzed: pro-
the fact that he has conscientious tein, 1.7; nitrogen-free extract, 54.6; I

scruples against bearing arms on any crude fiber, 34.5; ether extract, 1.8;
account, whatever the emergency? If
this is the case, how would he recon- and ash 4.3 per cent. Plot 2 canes o1Lb Message I Gore
cile this with the fact that he was a gave protein 2.4, nitrogen-free extract To the BusinessMen t No. 2
colonel in the army of invasion in the 56.0, crude fiber 33.5, ether extract } FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND
war with Soain! of Orlando EMBALMERS.Cor. .
1.6, and ash 3.8. Plot 3 yielded protein -
It looks to me like the spirit of
rule or ruin. How does Mr. Bryan 2.4, nitrogen-free extract 55.5, Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

suppose his action will affect the crude fiber 33.3, ether extract 1.7, and time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a
minds of the German people, both in
this country and in Germany! He ash 3.2. The cane from plot 4 gave great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling
certainly must know that his act protein 2.0, nitrogen-free extract 53.5, i shows direct returns in more sales and bigger profits.
would make the work in crude fiber 35.6, ether extract 1.8, and
president's Have Good
you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Sentinel Want Ads Get Results-
bringing difficult.about peaceful settlementmore ash 3.5. Plot 5 gave protein 2.1, ni- paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a community I i

trogen-free extract 55.4, crude fiber has won it.Dutch.
Every American has a right to his
opinion, whether he expresses it or 33.5, ether extract 2.3, and ash 3.8. ,
not, and my opinion of Mr. Bryan in Plot 6 yielded protein 2.0, nitrogen-
this action is that if he were presidentwe Free extract 54.5, crude fiber 33.8, Boy Atlantic White Leadand I'
would be in a serious condition in
ether extract 1.9, and ash 3.5. Plot 7 CAREY HANDFUNERAL
our dealings with our neighbor na T
tions. His peace opinions may be all analyzed protein 1.9, nitrogen-free ex-
right, but they are an impossibility, tract 55.3, crude fiber 35.5, ether ex- Dutch Boy linseed oil make "quality.first" paint. Put some I

when practical we think operation.of putting We have them tried into tract 1.6, and ash 3.3. Plot 8 gave "lead-and-oil" paint to work for you and your business. Get in DIRECTORAND

for six thousand years to make wars protein 1.9, nitrogen-free extract 53.8, touch with your paint dealer today.
impossible from a standpoint of civilization crude fiber 33.8, ether extract 1.9, and NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY EMBALMERAll \
and the nations
Christianizing ash 3.8.
and the more we civilize the nations
the more people they kill on the bat- ConclusionsPlot I
tlefields. Civilization alone and 2 which had -- - -
received no am-
Christianizing of nations alone will monia for five years, produced a crop MMMMMMIMMMMMIMMMMMMIMMMMMMMiWE tI calls answered Promptly Dayor
never make war impossible. If Mr. ..
Bryan will turn his attention to the with almost the maximum percentageof DELIVER THE GOODS Night. Hand Block.
only way possible to avert war with protein. If the fertilizer had any I
any civilized nation I will give him an effect on the composition of the crop,
outline upon which to base a starting the effect should have been shown i Orlando Delivery and Messer erServiceHarleyDavidson j Orlando Florida.PHONE
point, and it is the only way that will .
ever be a base to start from; that is clearly in this case by the productionof
this: a crop with a low percentage of 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
When mankind reaches the point to protein. I Truck
reason collectively and all nations be-
There is not enough difference in
come sufficiently civilized as to wantno FOR QUICK SERVICE
war, then will it be possible to or- the composition of the Japanese cane i -- ----- --- --- -
ganize a world council, which would from the different plots to indicate I
have the power to enforce its policiesof that the fertilizer has influencein
peace, and make war impossible. I PHONE 444
Suppose we had this world council changing the composition of the
composed of representatives of every crop. In a previous bulletin it was The Orlando Meat MarketT.
civilized nation of the world with the shown that the fertilizer had no effecton
power of its several countries behind Good and Bad Cigar Stores | | ...
it; suppose they, after organizing this the quality of the juice of Japanese i A. YANCY, Manager
world congress and getting it into cane.
working condition, pass a law to pull The only conclusion that can be ... . .IIIII.tOaf#+4844P6# -4' D+ 4 I 4O N Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .
down all forts, of
every country, to drawn as to the effect fertilizer hason
disarm all armies of all countries, to
cease to teach militarism, in all coun- the crop is that an application of Florida and Western Meats
tries, to have the power of the world fertilizer will increase the yield ofgreen
vested in one navy in which all nations material, but does not affect its Valspar Val-Enamel I IIt [ Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables,' Game, Etc.
have an equal interest, this navy composition.A .
to enforce the demands of the world .1 I Special l 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
council, would just as effectively keep pays to use the Best.

all nations at peace as the union of: PROTEGE OF W. G. TALTON You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers, "t! / Business '135 P. O. BOX 226
states guarantee and more so, for if PHONES
one nation would attempt to secede Paints and Varnishes atFinley's /i I Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
from this power it would not have Knox Calvert, who has been attending
\ time to rebuild its forts and organizean school this past winter in Or- I
army before it would be dealt with lando, has been given a fine position Pioneer Paint StoreI
r and made to come back and submit its
grievances to the world council.I there in the Peoples National Bank. Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
might write a look along this line Mr. Calvert, who is related to Mr. 0. I

and it would be looked upon as an impossible F. McGee's family, began his banking' We have the best men and the best equipment to do '
dream of some crank, but iMr.
Bryan would devote some of his career in the State Bank of Apopka the best work. The best is the cheapest. ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
mighty reputation along with some of: under Mr.V.. G. Talton, where he was
his ability to some more possible way employed for about a year and a half. : Majestie Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat j jv i
of obtaining universal than
peace begging The young man has a great
the nations of the world to be SHEET METAL CO.
l r
good I have no doubt but that his last friends here who are pleased with his !
resting place would be marked with a good fortune, but none of them are I
monument whose towering peak more so than Mr. Talton cashier
our ,
would be far nearer the skies than Metal Slate Tile
a young man himself, and one who FOR THE ,
any one now marking the memory of: ,
militarism. delights to help those placed under

Success to Mr. Wilson in maintaining his care and tutelage.-Apopka News. The VICTROLA furnishes the ideal music either for and Rubber RoofingsCornices
the peace of the nation, but not I
at any cost to our flag, to our coun- ment, entertainment or even for worship.The amuse-I Skylights. -
try, and to our posterity.JEREMIAH TO ECHANGE-For house and lot i twenty-five dollar machine answers the purpose Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
: B. SMITH, in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from I .
Manager Pine Castle Realty Co. railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9 instances. Many campers already have them. Many more will Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

set to budded trees two years ago; 3 have them when they know how much the music adds to the

STOP! LOOK! LISTEnGasoline18c. acres unimproved; extra good land. pleasure of camp life.
per gallon; oil 12e. per quart Mahlon Gore. 428tfcAn
for one week, commencing Monday,
June 14. Auto Washing Station 14 W. S. BRANCH ,
East Church street. Freeman V. D. ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a Try a Sentinel Want Ad
Phillips, ma ager. 6-13-6 safe investment. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

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Lumber. Laths and ShinlesCement SENTINEL ORANGE COUNTY: ARCADE I

i Ocoee Fla.,June 8, 1915.
On and after June 15th I will be in
WANTSThe New York City, for the purpose of MILK 'I
disposing of my melon crop. Any one i
wishing me to handle their crop at the 11
correct market price, may wire or
write me.
Morning Sentinel Want C. R. AGES DEPOTBUTTER
Directory is the Greatest Want No. 5 Water St.,
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. 6-10-6tc New York, N. Y.

Terms Cash in Advance.
PLAIN SEWING-Specialty on underwear -
Apatite Plaster and Lime RATES ; reasonable prices. Call at
A For One Day ______________23t 20 West Pine. 6-10-6t MILK
For Three Day. _____-_____50c Fresh Every Day.
For Six Days _______________75c 5c. per glass
For One Month ___-_______$2.50 ,
25c. gallon
This rate applies on all ads of USE per
25 words or less. If the ad con- CREAM AND MILK 1
tains more than 25 words the rate BUTTER
will be one cent per word for Fresh Homemade 1
sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- G ECOINSECTICIDE SANDWICHESPIES

you can't bring your ad to AND CAKES \
Let Us Lay Your Gas the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.

Every Home--Every Business in! and around yourhouse ARCADEMILKDEPOT I
i iI
:. Service Pipes Free Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a to,- -kill--- -

FOR SALE-Horse and wagon, almost -
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new. 208 East Robinson ave- GE-CO is a stainless liquid used witha 9
nue. 6-15-Gt spray and guaranteed to do the 1
work. Don't set up and fight mos-
I FOR SALE-Household goods. Apply quitoes all night. Spray your room Dr. S. S. Jones ]
Mrs. E. M. Stimmell 8 North with GE-CO and go to sleep. Have j
Summerlin street, between East Cen- your Groceryman get it for you. Or CHIROPRACTOR j
For every Gas Range or"Water Heater purchased from us be- tral and Washington street. 6-15-3t direct if hewlll not supply you. Put
by the graduate Davenport College, 17 and j
tween and July 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipe FOR SALE-A pair of young mules up I. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone j
now 1 year old; Florida raised and good fl ORLANDO 209. Intelligent people everywhere ;
to 100 feet) and install the range or heater absolutely Freeof ones. Cheap. Inquire of Thos. R. G S U. UU. FLORIDAPl are being restored to health by chiro- i
up ,
: Frint, 2 miles south of Orlando, 2 practic adjustments, the new scienceof
Charge. miles north of Pine Castle, R. R. No O. Box 285 Phone 341. removing the cause of disease. Examination -
Box free. 1224lmoOSTEOPATH
1 52. 6-15-3t Use REX BRAND Sweeping Compound
x We will also allow 20 per cent. discount for cash on every and keep down the dust.
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
Cabinet Range bought to replace a gas stove now in use. one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
Do you have Gas in your house? If not now is the time to 6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. DoctorsBiiekiiiister I

have it put in.ORLANDO. I
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, OSTEOPATHS Office corner Orange Avenue and i
2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Personal instruction under Dr. Still hutch SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., J

.... at Kirksville, Mo. Phone 419. ;
FOR RENT 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples "i
National Bank. Phone 578. J
FOR RENT-Furnished flat in brand
new house with all modern improve- __ __ - _u____
WATER & LIGHT CO ments, including private bath room. PHONE 646
Ridgewood avenue near Lake Eola. GroceryB.

6-15-Gt Inquire*at Nicholson Bakery. For Eight Cylinder Cadillac UDs. 1
arg 1i
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- I i
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. BARNARD & SON
Yancey. 3-28-tfc 1 9
17 Hoghey Street Orlando, FU. .
WANTED 12-10-lm We will continue our great
Grocery Sale all this week. a

,t. I WANTED POSITION, by white girl Cheese, Ib.________________20c .
of character, seamstress,
------ .. nurse good for children. as Address B., care or Yard Hams, lb. ________________19c :
Sentinel. 6-15-tf Orlando Wood 3 cans Corn ______________25c 1
r.- I 3 cans Herring Roe ________25c !
WANTED-To rent house, by the Removed from Pine St. two blocks Cream, small size, doz._____40c
Must be modern have sleeping -
year.porch,about five or six rooms,and north on Railroad, west end Wash- Cream, large size, doz______75c .
Sale must be well located, close in. State ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat 15 Ibs. Best Sugar for ____$1.00 I
location and rent in answer. Address With sale
every $10.00 we 3!
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf all times.
give you 25 lbs. best sugar. for
RELIABLE WOMAN wants situation $1.25.
immediately; private family preferred ,
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 ; very experiencedcook and B. W. KINGSLEY
maid. A neat and thoroughly good ...I.CARUTHERS ]
worker. Best of city references. Ad-
And continuing for two weeks G-15-Ct dress E. C., care Sentinel. PHONE 344 'j

Umbrellas recovered and repaired
25 PER CENT DISCOUNTOn I "while you wait," at Young's Repair I .
I Shop. 21 1: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc 1 Hew Modern G Grocery j

, the doctor and let him put
all Ladies' Skirts Phone 200 ;
Millinery, your plumbing in sanitary condition.
Call phone 597. Sallas & Sallas.
Kimonas, and House Dresses C-9-Gt -- ----------- 6 and 8 East Pine St. j
If are disappointedabout
To reduce our stock as much as pos-
sible by the 15th, will give a discount getting a new Eas-
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at of 25 per cent. off our regular cash ter Suit,we can put your 9
price on any goods in storf. Hammond -
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES & Gore. G5tRACKARD'S old one in good condi-
tion for just such occas $40.70TO

Come and look at our line Located in the Arcade BuildingAll t ,

work guaranteed and neatly 'j'I j
done. Our work is the best 1
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. and our prices are the lowest. Dry Cleaning New York andPhiladelphia y

This is the place to have your
WINTER GARDEN, FLA.Fkire old clothes made new. Steam Cleaningl a
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c. Pressing and Repairing i

J I Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c. j

: Suit pressed _____________40c. AND RETURN
I All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed ____________50c Cut Flowers From ORLANDO 1

Mohair suits pressed ______25cWe .
Ice Grean-l do ladies' work also. Giveus VIA

a trial and be convinced. and Plants

Clothes called Phone for 613.and delivered. Atlantic Coast Line :

. When want PURE ICE Floral Designs
For Party Standard Railroad of the South
CREAM call for HAND'S. If

you don't believe that we take Club ColollialYou l Hill Tickets sold-daily. Final limit

the greatest care in its manu'e make our Ice Cream from October 31st. Stop-overs.
facture come up and watch us Church Social .violet Dell Florist.
tubercular tested cows. All Variable routes. ..j
_ make it. You will be surprisedat .
:; moulds and School SocialLodge
everything hear about Co-
the care every detail is given.rnns' For reservations call on
used in the manufacture of J. M. CARUTHERS
.Any kind you want, any time our lonial Hills. D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. ;

you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril PiCniCYou You read about Colo- Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

from a quart up. ized. OrlandoI
nial Hills.

.. inspect are our cordially factory invited at any to Order Hands Pure You talk about Colo- CLINT BASSPHONE I I i

time. Ice Cream: nial Hills. 375 .i 1.i

I II I I Sooner or later you West Jefferson Street ti. ;

will buy in Colonial Successor to

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. Hills. Why not NOW! Hand Wood CompanyWood .

It will give you satis- L H. RAMSDELt
faction and profit. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE

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"Let's meet at Butt's."
Miss Cora Felker left yesterday _e = YOU FIXED?
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line
1 for; Chattanooga Tenn., to visit rela-

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hiatt and sons, o J
Roy and John have gone to the moun-
tains of North Carolina where they .
will spend the summer.

Mrs. J. E. Ensign has just returned
from an enjoyable visit to New York
and is again at her hospitable home
"Interlachen.' i

"Let's meet at Butt's." / r. : -:
Miss Dorothy McDowell left yester-
"Do not put off for tomor- day afternoon for Atlanta Ga., where
row what you should do to- she will spend some time visiting rel
atives. cl-fu.eL\"OPII NaLLU : '
day"-for tomorrow never M1

comes! Mr. and Mrs.\ Frank P. Martin left 1 & "fwmt? tu1t a, M1AtWw1 c.ce4Uit.
yesterday for Tampa where they will
few and then down '\ tkIF
spend a days go \
Doing is the great thing. The man
the coast for a pleasure cruise for a
who acts accomplishes. It may be couple of weeks.
too late if you wait. Why not deposit -
a dollar today and start on the Miss Ernestine Crux went up to YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST
acticve road to prosperitythousands Sanford yesterday afternoon where TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO

are traveling happily that way. she was an attendant last night at BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
the marriage of Mr. Henry Nickols BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside little week how
a a and see
and Miss Carrie
easily, faithfully and steadily your
account grows. Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W.
Tilden left yesterday afternoon for WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU.

Tampa to attend a meeting of the
Florida Citrus Exchange which will
be held

Miss Mabel Bothamley who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gore
The Peoples National Bank
at 510 East Central avenue returned
yesterday afternoon to her home in
Sanford. "IT is A PLERSURE'TO'' SERVE:YOU.."

"Let's meet at Butt's."

After a delightful visit of a weekto
ARE YOU [DRINKING Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gore at 510

East Central avenue Mrs. Earl Hugh- \.IIIII..I..I. ... I.&i.III... ... ..'II.V4.)... J .....l.t ..' .
lett and baby returned yesterday to
their home in Jacksonville.Mr. .

here .on W.a visit N. Brown to his brother-in-law who has been THE NEW P PAWKAE A TWINIX

Elder Mr. J. T. Seegar who has been quite

Spring ill, but,who left is yesterday now on the afternoon road to for recovery -

his home in Atlanta Ga.

Mr. J. C. Eckles a leading con-
tractor of the prosperous town of
Water ? Ocoee, and Dr. Ewing of the same
place' spent several hours in Orlando

mingling yesterday with enjoying friends.the delights and best value ever producedin

high grade MOTOR CARS
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark and 3
daughters Misses Alice and Dorothy
of Atlanta, Ga., who have been visit-
ing friends in the southern part of f.o.b. Orlando

A sparkling thirst- the state, including Tampa, spent yesterday -
pure, in Orlando leaving last even-
s ing for their home in the Gate City. $2,725.00Sold

t quenching spring water.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dunlap of

Look for it in the homes you Jacksonville guests of friends, who in have Orlando been for the the H

past week returned home yesterday. By
They were former residents of Or-
visit. ange county and received a cordial
greeting from their friends."Let's San Juan Garage Company I

meet at Butt's.Ir. ."
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CALL UP :\ and Mrs. Fred A. Raymond and .
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son, Clinton were among those leav-
ing yesterday for their homein

W. WRIGHT\ PilOlle ll 444And and Atlanta Maine.will and pass They Asheville through left Orlando, Jacksonville where by auto they, THE CORPORATE EXECUTOR

will stop for a while. .
i Most persons of wealth select a corporate -- ,.
place your order today Mr. and Mrs. Philo Felter and executor because they know it insures .-
granddaughter who have been spend- f faithful and capable performance of the r
t ing the winter with their nephew and I trusts they create. -. ..
--- -- niece, I
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Felter, at Whether the estate be large or of mod-
BilllliillimtlttitMIIIIMMIIIMIIItlMttlitMiMiValuable their orange grove east of the city, erate size, it is to the interest of both .-
left yesterday for their former homeat ;yourself and heirs to name this Company S *;
I the Long summer.Island, where they will spend I as executor and Trustee.

The Records of our TrustsTare convincing -
of the community's confi-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schumann, of 3, 1
t i.LaCrosse Wis., arrived in Orlando dence in our capabilities. .

Diamond Lost last evening on a pleasure trip which WHY THE TRUST COMPANY ?
'will take them from
one end of the
f; 2 S
state to the other. They are looking {
f Because of the necessity for efficient S
over the situation in the summer time banking organizations to care for the fidu-
in order to familiarize themselveswith has developed -
k ciary business the Trust Company -
.: How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- I conditions in Florida.Mr. in half a century, the highest type -

t suit of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry ". and Mrs. F.1.. Shutts and of banking institution. a

I f by having it examined at our store at least once every > daughter, Miss Katherine, were in Or- I Primarily chartered to handle trusts, r
t t- month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof lando yesterday in their Pierce car en the Trust Companies of the United States
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing route to Ocala and McIntosh from have developed such efficiency that not one ,
in points in the southern of the I cent of trust funds committed to their
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman'sprofit. part
have been lost through failures. ;'
state. Mr.\ Shutts represents a wholesale care
r A trial will convinec you. I -
house in New York and was visiting Have you investigated the service of #
t :: the principal trucking sections ,; this institution, ;
in Florida.

i I Mrs. Atchison Smith, who was I

T.H.EVANSr called to Orlando some days ago on Orl n B nk & Trn t

r account father Mr.of the A. A.serious Carmack illness, left of last her : ill n

night for her home at Niagara Fails :
; N. Y. She was accompanied by Mr. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
and Mrs. Carmack and their daughter ,-,
:Miss Grace. After a sojourn in Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three
New York they will go to their old Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.
home in Brownsville Pa. where they
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