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 16, 1915
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Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Defeat of Russians in East DESPERATE BATTLE LASTING:: ]

Further Gains Northof TWELVE HOURS, IN WHICH AMERICANSWashington


London, June 16.-The British,with --
their supply of shells apparently renewed BASEBALL RESULTS June 16.-Six hundred valley, where they have destroyed PLANS YESTERDAY "',AIr' A

have begun for the first time marines and bluejackets have b -en. crops and horses and are threatening "

in weeks a vigorous offensive move- National League ordered to be ready at San Diego to the lives of the settlers. WILL BE COMPLETED THIS FAIL All Y WORLD WANTS WAR TO END[
ment north of Ypres. That this I! It is expected that the Colorado will .
2 Philadelphia
Pittsburgh to about 100 Americans ,
proceed rescue
movement has been attended by suc- Cincinnati 3, New York 5. stop at Tamari bay, which is oppositethe I I _

cesses of some magnitude is indicatedby Chicago 3, Boston 8. near Esperanza, in the state of :i valley. The Americans in dangerare I Dr. Sylvan :McEIroy to Occupy And This Nation as Head of
Mexico. There is about 25; miles in the interior. In
both the British and French offi- Sonora, momentary
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 3. North Building South Neutral Group Must Setan
Americans order show the Mexican authoritiesthat
that the
cial statements today, which report American League expectation may to
that the entire German first line of Boston 4, Cleveland 3. i be attacked by the Yaqui Indians, the sole object of the United Building Will Be Example in

trenches of a front of 1,000 yards Philadelphia 3, Detroit 2. who are again on the war path. States is to protect Americans, Ad- RentedDr. Patience
north of Hooge has been occupied and Washington 5, Chicago 2. Simultaneously with this news from miral Howard will advise the local

that parts of the second line have Only three scheduled. Mexico the American Red Cross gate Mexican leaders that the United J. N. McEIroy announced yesterday Washington, June .-Former Sec-
been broached. showing that in wide't States has "no intention of acquiring
out reports
Federal League that he would start the erec- retary of State Bryan, in the first
The German war office in an offi- Newark 2, St. Louis 3. areas in Mexico there will practically (: territory." Similar advices have been tion, in the immediate future, of two section of his statements on "The
cial statement received here tonight be no harvest; that peasants have I sent to Villa and Carranza. "
... Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 2. two story business blocks on SouthOrange Causeless War, today prophesiedthat
by wireless attributes this activity on been robbed by Mexican soldiers and : The state department hopes it will
Baltimore 5, Kansas City 6. I avenue, directly north of the the greatest peace making opportunity -
the part of the British to the Russian their horses and cattle stolen, and I not be necessary to take drastic action rink The build-
Buffalo 0-1, Chicogo 8-3. new skating building. in all history was certain to
defeats in the east. This statement that men, women and children are in invading Mexico, even for the
Southern will be constructed of
League ings fireproof, come to the United States, and declared -
9 frankly admits that the Germans leaving the famine districts for the I present purpose. They will try first
Memphis 6, Nashville 0. and will be modern in every there would be a demand for
f were forced back of heir positions Birmingham 5, New Orleans 3. cities in large numbers.An what is described as the "Hugh Scott" detail. The contract has not been an international conference, with the
near Ypres by a "strong force of expeditionary force of sailors method, that is, to send a naval officer -
Chattanooga 4, Little Rock 3. let. return of peate to change the rules '
British," and adds that the fighting and marines will be under the com- or two to parley with"the Indians
Mobile-Atlanta, rain. Dr.IcElro} would not make an estimate of international law which "seem to
continues. mand of Rear Admiral Howard whois and to them the seriousnessof
Atlantic of what the
South League improvementwould have been made for the nations at
... The French further in his flagship, Colorado, at the situation and the
report gains now on consequencesif
Augusta 10, Columbus 4. cost. However, the lots are war rather than for the nations at
it the region north of Arras, notablyeast San Diego where the expedition will they do not abandon their attain- "
Jacksonville 12, Savannah 7. very valuable and with the buildings peace.
of Lorette, south and southwestof embark. The two ships, Raleigh and on the Americans and American prop-
Macon 3. Charleston 2. the cost of them will reach a high "Under the stress and strain of the
Souchez, and at Buffalo, already watching the situation .
"Labyrinth. scheduled. are
t Only three guarantees.Admiral figure. titanic struggle in which they are en-
t I at Guaymas. These vessels The north building will be occupiedby i gaged," Mr. Bryan's statement says,
BOWDEVS MAJORITY OVER FAMILY TO NEW YORK FOR THE however, are not a sufficient force to I Howard received instruc- his son, Dr. Sylvan McEIroy.There "each side has felt itself justified in ;
.. BALDWIN IS 111VOTES& deal with the trouble to the extent tions last night to collect a force of
SUMMERMrs. will be two waiting rooms to encroaching upon the rights of neu- -4
Jacksonville.-Mr. J. E. T. Bow- E. R. Hotaling and mother, threatened. by the savages. bluejackets and marines. The depart- the east opening into an office, while trals. The ocean highways, the com-

: den, the Democratic candidate, defeated Mrs. Elida Jaycoxe, and son Aubrey, Consul Hosteller at Hermosilla has ment has not received up to this afternoon the last of the suite of rooms will be mon property of all, have been to
f I. C. Baldwin, Socialist, for Mrs. Leroy Hotaling and children, reported to the department the rav- any notification that he has used for the operating room. With some extent appropriated for war 1-

the office of chief executive by one Cyril, Edward and Lucile, left Orlando ages of the Indians in the Esperanza sailed. the latest and most modern equip- purposes and delicate diplomatic ques-

of the largest majorities ever givena last evening over the A. C. L. for ment Dr. McEIroy will have one of tions are forced upon the neutral na !

mayoralty candidate, his total vote Jacksonville, thence by Clyde Line to FRENCH AEROPLANES AND the finest and most complete office tions. j

being 2,172, while the Socialist candidate New York, :where they expect to remain rooms in this section. ( "Just at this time when these ques-
f. received a total of 758. All other until September. Special attention will be given to tions are most acute, the belligerent j.
Democratic candidates were elect- GERMAN ZEPPELINS RAIDKarlsruhe light and ventilation. On the second governments are least able to deal .
ed, their majorities being substantial ON THE STORK PASSENGER floor of the north building there will with them with the calmness and ;
t w in all races, the highest number of TRAINMr. be two apartments. In the south poise which their great importance '
;- votes being received by W. W. An- Baden (via wireless to : Karlsruhe was made by twenty-three 1
and Mrs. M. N. Bogart are the I building the groand floor will be fit- demands. No wonder every neutral
derson, candidate for municipal judge, proud nad happy parents of a baby London), June 16.-Nineteen persons aeroplanes which dropped 130 projectiles ted into business rooms. The second: nation is increasingly anxious for the t 1

who polled 2.433. boy which arrived yesterday morningat were killed and 14 seriously wounded, I I stated, causing a serious many panic fires.was observedat It was floor may be used for apartments or war to end; but of all the neutral 4

9 o'clock via Stork special. The while many others were slightly hurt offices. nations ours has the most reason to j
the railroad station.
CHICAGO STREET CAR STRIKE and Mrs. I The two buildings will have a front- pray for the return of peace-most
WILL baby are resting during the attack on this city early a
Mr. Bogart is a pharmacist at age of 63 feet on Orange avenue and reason to set its face resolutely
easy. yesterday by a fleet of French aero- Germans Are Incensed
Chicago, June 16.-The strike of McElroy's Pharmacy. Congratulations will be seventy-nve feet in length.To against participation in this war.
'_. 14,000 Chicago street car men, which planes. I Berlin, via London, June 16.-Commenting the north of the north building This nation, the head of the neutral 1
The people remained calm, but are .. on the aeroplane attack
began Monday, was called off shortly there will be an eight foot court, gie. grocp and the sincere friend of all the
incensed because of the attack uponan Karlsruhe, Paul Becker, assistant
after 5 o'clock this morning. All WEST CHURCH STREET WILL ing to Dr. SIva.lcElrn ys offices belligerents, is in duty bound to set
E points at issue will be settled by arbi- SOON BE PAVED open town. chief editor of the Tages Zeitung, panty of light an! air. an example in patience and self re-

r. tration. Operation of cars on all lines terms it "a nefarious and senseless I Dr. McEIroy expects ta have tbt. straint.
Preparations are being made topave London, June 16.-A Zeppelin act" for which "unscrupulous retalia-
was to be resumed as quickly as the buildings completed by autumn and "In all history no such opportunityhas
West Church street. Part of "
dropped bombs on the northeast coast tion is demanded.
striking men could be notified. ready for occupancy.; They will be ever come to other nation as
the material for the curbing is on of England last evening. Twenty He declares Germany hitherto has
made thoroughly modern and in keep- that which is destined to come to the
the ground, and the street gang was deaths are reported from that dis- retaliated for the bombardment of
YESTERDAYChief ing with the new buildings recently United States. In all history no oth-
at work yesterday breaking up the trict, and 40 were wounded. defenseless unfortified cities
of Police Smith shot persons only by
several constructed in Orlando. The new improvement er peace maker has ever been in -
clay and preparing to get the roadbedin Some fires were started by the the bombardment of military locali-
i. because
yesterday had
they will
not greatly benefit the to claim as rich a blessing as
condition for the bricklayers. bombs, but by this morning they hadbeen ties, but that shouldbe
an example now
f been tagged. He asked the owners if west side of the block between Church that which will be pronounced upon

f the dogs were worth $1.25, and if a overcome. made. and Jackson streets. With the ereo our president when the time for medi-
THE WEATHER This information was contained in Herr Becker that the best
negative answer was given Chief suggests tion of the Fraternal Union building ation comes--as come it must."
Florida: Showers Thursday and an official! announcement today. step would be a bombardment of the
Smith fired.
Many tags were issued north of Dr. McElroy's building there Bryan Coming to Florida in Few Days
yesterday by Clerk Jansen and probably Friday.the western portion of London. He thinks will be
more one solid block of business Within a few days Mr. and Mrs.
Aeroplanes Make Attack the retaliatory measures should be
will be issued today. houses.
Bryan will go to Miami, Florida.
public while these changes are Paris, June 16.-A( French statement extended also! to other departments of
made. However, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson yesterday said the attack on I i j I warfare."Don'tShootTilYouSee.

ROSSr ORE INN CHANGES N ,the Inn gladly to any extend picnickers the courtesies or parties of COMMISSIONERS TO JACKSONVILLE LIMIT B. T. BLDG. $$15,000

who come to spend the day at that WhitesOf I County Commissioners. O. Over- 1
street, of Orlando and A. L.
Popular Windermere Hotel Is place. There is good boating and Cost of Proposed Building for

J., Undergoing Many Improvements than bathing those on noted the beach.will be Other made plans later Eyes"--140 Years Ago Today of Atlantic Apopka Coast, were Line passengers yesterday on after-the Trade Body Not to Exceed

During the by the proprietors.The noon en route to Jacksonville. $15,000-Meeting Com-

Summer Lull Just 140 years ago today, on June returned to the state from which it mittee Yesterday
J July magazines are coming in 17, 1775, the battle of Bunker Hill was captured, but that "Canada will AMERICA ST. IMPROVEMENT I
During the lull of summer thereare daily. We have McClure's and oth- was fought in Boston, Mass, and the never part with it" America street has been paved Yesterday morning the sub-building

many improvements being madein ers. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. anniversary of the date recalls to Negotiations were in progress for about half way from Lucerne Circleto committee of the Board of Trade helda I

the nearby hotels. Of these is mind that in the most prominent spot, some time between the patriotic and the A. C. L. crossing, and the remainder preliminary meeting with the Boardof
no more Inn at Windermere, situ- S a a a a s i a a a a a a a a a a a of the is Trade architect, Mr. Murry S.
in fact in the center of the parade historical associations of Massachusetts street being put in
> atcd cr the inspiring tIn res of Lake TURTLE SMOKES CIGARETTE aa grounds in the Citadel at Quebec, the and the Dominion governmentwith condition for paving. King, for the purpose of discussingthe Ii
Butler. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson I new Board of Trade building. The
Canadian troops have a little old the object of having the cannon
the proprietors, are making some s Chess Magruder is s s s a s s s s a. s s a s s s ss architect will begin plans at once
I no"a mem- brass cannon which the British sol- sent back to Boston. The negotiations 1
improvements and changes which will ber of the Ananias Club, Inc. diers captured from the Continentalson abruptly terminated when the Cana- HORSE MEETS PECULIAR and when these have met the approval -
convert that popular hostelry into one 'i a Yesterday on the return trip to that memorable occasion. dian minister of militia took the a DEATH sa of the sub-committee they will

of the fine.1 in Orange county. 'I Orlando from Winter Park he ss This historical piece of armament ground that the United States should be presented to the entire committeefor I

The entire"third floor of Rossmore j' captured a large turtle in the road as long since passed into history so far return a number of similar trophies The north bound A. C. L. pas- its approval. The cost of the fl'

ll Inn will be remodelled and six additional creeping back to Lake Iranhoe. as effectiveness is concerned, is captured from the British, such as s senger train leaving Orlando at building has been fixed at $15,000.

l rooms will be added. These I s Mr. Magruder dumped the animal aa mounted upon its original wooden gun [battle flags, etc. a 10 o'clock Tuesday morning'a The sub-committee is composed of f

rooms will be light, cool and airy. j: in front of his Oakland garageS carriage, and kept in a good state cf I Former assistant secretary of war, struck a horse at the Highland C. P. Dow, C. E. Johnson, and M. M.
i The porch to the west of the Inn will + and taught it to smoke cigars I a crossing, killing it instantly. Smith.
a repair and preservation. It is placedon Gen. Oliver, pointed out to the Cana- avenue
be covered entirely to its northern ette. After enjoying the smoke, a wooden platform and the Canadian dians the impossibility of such a ,' The peculiar thing about aa
'. end. The open air sun porch to the Mr.\ Magruder, with the assistance trooper who escorts the visitor I course as the trophies captured from the accident was that the animal a NEW LINE:: TELEPHONE POLES

.J south will be enclosed in glass for the a of nearly a score of men and aa through the Citadel, truly c beautiful the British now form parts of monu- I. was not struck by the prow a INSTALLED

comfort of the winter guests. A large boys, succeeded in successfully spot, points to the trophy with much I' ments and historical structures while I. of the engine or the engine or the Last week the Orlando Water ''

open fireplace is already on this a executing Mr. Turtle. Hewas pride and says: "We captured it at others have been assigned by con- tender. The horse in some manner a Light company installed a new r
porch. The interior of the Inn gen- a made into turtle last a a electric poles on North Magnolia
soup evening Bunker Hill from the Yankees! gress to different states.It lunged against the train and
erally will be put into the best pos- at the Empire hotel and several a The troopers also tell the visitors is a weatherbeaten, rusty and a a corner of the first coach struck a nue from Marks street south

-i sible condition. s invited guests relished thedish. that the United States governmentand nondescript old gun, but the United it, throwing it several feet, death end of the paving. When the
the aaa the state Massachusetts have States should certainly have it within a being instantaneous. a is paved the poles will be insi<
summer: a a aa a aa a a a a aa a a a a a a a a. a a a a a a a. a a a parking for two feet.fl .
tried for years to have the old relic !I its borders.

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Three hundred and fifty of the lead- taken to prevent army automobiles following advertisements; appeared -

ing Hupmobile dealers throughout the becoming a drug on the used car mar- i in various papers some years
country-the largest number ever ket at the end of the war. All cars ago: I Listerl.
gathered at the factory at one time- discharged from military service will I Bulldog for sale; will eat anything;
is being have just ended the annual Hupmobile be handed over to a special company, very fond of children. I
New progress
I sales convention. This year all headed by representative interests of t Wanted a boy to be partly outside ,
made for the Florida Exposition the sessions were held aboard a lake the automobile industry and the army I and partly behind the counter. I II Mr. Automobile Owner!

which is to be held at the Grand Cen- steamer, the trip from Detroit to the authorities. Widow in comfortable circumstances -t

tral Palace, New York, during the Soo and back occupying three days. This company will take over all I wishes to marry two sons. .4 ..
week of November 24 to December 1, The beautiful steamship City of Al- such cars worth repairing, put themin Animal sale now on; don't go else- How would you like to save at least 2;) per cent. on
pena, one of Detroit's finest lake good order and then put them on wher eto be cheated; come here.A bill?
you gas
1915. Thomas Lomax McGowan, gen-
boats, was chartered for the occa- sale. These repaired cars, however, lady wants to sell her piano, as
eral manager of the exposition, is now will not be put upon the market at she is going abroad in a strong, iron

in Florida in the interest of the.affair, sion.While practically all of each day oen time; the sale will be regulated to (frame. The WICK Does the TrickSAVE

which is attracting a great deal of was spent in business discussion, the ; the demand, thus preventing a depression -j Mr. Jones, furrier, begs to announce -

attention in this state. Mr. McGowanis evenings were given over to orchestra on the market. The sale of i that he will make up gowns,
concerts, deck games and vaudeville, these cars will extend over a periodof caps, etc., for ladies out of their own
visiting numerous boards of trade, I YOUR MONEY BY USING
and stops were made at the Soo for three years. The company does j I skins.
manufacturers, growers, and others inspection of the great locks, and at not expect to derive any profit. If I Wanted, an airy bedroom for a gentleman -
who have asked for information con- Mackinac for a short trip around the after the period of three years all repaired 22 feet long and 11 feet wide.
. cerning the "Show Florida to Mil island. cars have been disposed of, I Recently this line appeared in a

lions" exposition. Mr. McGowan June 1, the first day of the conven-' the participants in the company will I daily paper: "A carload of bricks "GAS OS A V A"
plans to remain in Florida for the tion, the dealers were taken on a tour receive their invested capital. Any : came in for a walk through the park."
of inspection through the Hupmobile gain will be turned over to the mili- I .
next three weeks. Speaking of the plant, embarking on the boat duringthe tary authorities. II I ARE YOU RESPONSIBLE FOR

Florida Exposition, Mr. McGowan, middle of the afternoon. From In such way two results will be YOUR DOG? ..
whose home and interests are in Flor- then until the boat reached Detroit achieved: the automobile market will'

ida, said: again Friday noon the dealers heard not be flooded with used cars, and a Farm and Fireside says: SOME FACTS:
We the details of the company's plans and great number of good but low pricedcars "A dog is property in Nebraska,
"Here is what we are doing.
elab- policies for the coming year, inspected will be available.DONTS and his owner is personally responsible Economizes Fuel by saving twenty-five to fifty per
have arranged to stage a most
the new models of the Hupmobile, for any damage he may do. In
orate exposition in New York city, heard the car described in detail by : FOR WOMEN WHO DRIVE Nebraska a dog which runs out upon cent of your gasoline bill.

featuring Florida and its enterprisesand the engineers responsible for it, and the road may be shot by people an- Increases your mileage by giving you from two to ten

industries. The plan will have had the company's new service sys- The following "don'ts" for women noyed by his barking. The useful, miles per gallon, according to the horse power of your car.
tem explained.The well behaved dog will not be affected
who drive taken from the
are cur-
the both moral and financial,
backing .
of some of the biggest business enter- convention plans and arrange- rent issue of Farm and Fireside: by such laws, and wise dog owners Prevents fouling of your cylinders and spark plugs,
prises and most influential Florida ments were made by Lee Anderson, "Don't drive two colts' hitched up will agitate for such laws." thus preventing carbonization.

citizens. This exposition-devoted ex- sales and advertising manager of the together till each has been driven sev-
Insures easy starting and running by a uniform absorption "
clusively to Florida interests-is be- company. President J. Walter Drake eral times with older and steadier WHAT THE CONSULS SAY
made several talks the of gasoline on the wick.
during trip
ing designed to attract the attentionof Farmers in Alberta have increased
the greatest possible number of desirable Engineers F. E. Watts and A. J. "Don't trot over any kind of bridgeor their cultivated acreage by from 10 to Increases ;your power and prevents backfire.No .
people is to be staged dur- Xeerkin talked about the new car; crossing. It injures the horses, 15 per cent., looking forward to a
Mr. Anderson, C. J. Fox, Jr., J. E. : machinery or anything to get out of order.
ing the week of November 24, 1915, harness and vehicle, and in case thereis heavy demand for grains this sum-
in the Grand Central Palace, one of Fields, and R. M. Gregory went inot a hole in the bridge it may mean a You can install it yourself in ten or fifteen minutes
the largest, most beautiful white mar- the service plan, and Mr. Andersonand killed or badly crippled horse." mer.California is likely to adopt a new
Theodore F. MacManus discussed time.
ble and granite structures in the I method of packing pears for ship-
world. Some of the most notable expositions sales and advertising. Thomas J. BUYERS AND SELLERSI ment to eastern market-that of the Some Ford owners have doubled their mileage.
Hay, of Chicago, George Weber, of St.
have been held here. The drum and sawdust.
buy, sell rent, and exchange. real
Louis and P. H. Greer of Los
Angeles -
annual National Automobile Shows estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Some fine Argentine wool has
draw a paid attendance of more than gave talks on the dealer organization over 30 years. Have handled over brought 30 cents a pound, gold. ..-
100,000 people in a single week. The and dealer relations in general $20,000,000. Call and see mo!.
International Flower Show held last I with the factory. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Get the news In the Sentinel first rnqjO ff.IJU\ Expense of ship- .

march drew nearly 75,000 visitors. This gathering came at the close of __ u P. ce ment prepaid .
The managers in charge of the forth- one of the most successful years in
coming Florida Exposition have had the history of the Hupp Motor Car I

charge of the publicity campaigns of company. Conditions throughout the Satisfaction or your money back.

the Automobile Shows and the last country were thoroughly discussed, Write for Illustrated Literature.
and the outlook, on the basis of the BASE BILL !%
International Flower Show, as well as
reports of the dealers from all sections
many others. They know how to
make such an exposition a success. promises an even better busi-
for the
ness coming year.
"Among the class of exhibitors
(all of whom must represent Florida Great enthusiasm was shown by all The Wm. Kahl Compan
board for the models
on new 95 percent
interests) who will benefit greatly by
of the dealers and distributors'
this exposition are the railroads, Gainesville FloridaSPRAYING
lines hotels real contracts were signed up before the ,
steamship estate en- WINTER
steamer decked on its return to De
terprises, orange and citrus fruit
troit. Every dealer has increased his l
growers, nut growers, alligator hides,
allotment of for the 1916 .
cars season
cigars, phosphate mining industries, ,
and it is estimated that than
more I
turpentine and tar producers, lumbermen vs. ---
15,000 will be sold in the United -- -- -
box and crate manufacturers,
berry growers, sponge fishermen, cat- States alone.

tle ranchers, Florida souvenir dealers,
PRETTY EGG SETS ApopkaThursday
proprietors of resorts where such

sports as golf, tennis, bathing, horse- Among the attractive designs in For White Fly and Scale, spray with Schnarr's
back riding, motoring, tarpon fishing, tableware are egg sets in novel de- secticide. For Red Spider, Ruste Mite and all other Mi
shooting, hunting, etc., are indulgedin signs, decorated with realistic chick- infesting citrus trees, spray with the Soluble Sulp:
togetherith numerous other industries ens, porcelain chickens, eggs, etc.; June 17th Compound.
which might be mentioned."It salad bowls made in the shape of These two will mix perfectly and two spray!:
is to the interest of every com- curled up lettuce leaves; meat platters I can be done at one and the same time. This will al
munity in Florida to have its chamberof in the shape of shells, with a lutely insure clean trees and bright fruit. ,
commerce, board of trade, or civic place for the gravy boat at one end. ATC3rcrci.zi.c5Ls :Nothing better, nothing more effective, and noth

associations, and dubs, represented; I cheaper on the market. Get the habit of spraying .
each in charge of a person competentto KAISER'S F.TIIEU8 A MASON Fair you will have no regrets at the end of the season. I
give detailed information to inter- Masonry is barred In Russia and
ested inquirers. We have established lodges are not allowed to assemble.
: J. SCHNARR & CO. Manufactun
offices in New York and any one desiring -I Germany has eight grand lodges. The
information concerning the I Kaiser is not a member but his father ADMISSION 25C. GRAND STAND FREE{[ ,

Florida Exposition can secure it by I and grandfather were active mem- Orlando, Florida

writing to the Florida Travel Company I hers King George of England, is Game Called At 3:30 I,
489 Fifth avenue, New York." not a member, but his father was.

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"No Nursery Tree is a First-Class Tree Unless But. -

. ded from Bearing Trees of Known Quantity land

Quality of Production.--O. W. Conner

; 'r1 -jt *-v -* iw'Sl i aSfyVCJ- r-V The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable

;R y '#. xf Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been mi
-, i '' growers uho showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger.

'' : ,, ;, -:4s4: J. This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nursei
& ,; r .., pedigreed trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklaw
1 ..1'x- Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an aver:

# -'' t '' of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four bo
-z: !' :; t3'4 per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove,
-" Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or sixt .

hundred dollars per acre.
s ;<. -, %k ='* : The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selecti!
''z of budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock to- I
are still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propOl
ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these sj)

4 + r V ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plant

tr i
> your grove.
All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shat
and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary grc
S planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebud
from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to

} ;: t grower, when so treated.

; If you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY v

v a is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but, -
'- ; .1 1 For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bt
'!, ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright,
rr k 1 agent. He will show you. successful groves already under way, and show you
% t trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction 1 .
it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
'": For Catalog, address OCKLA'V AHA NURSERIES, O. Vs. CONNER, Proprie

Tangerine, Florida.

Heavy producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha G. G. Wright A g., N o. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Bid
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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Clearwater I Sun: That Orlando THEM: ZEE DRY

bunch ought too* make another guess I informed Paris.-Some his general weeks that ago among Captain the X : : Attention Auto Owners! i !
There is class of twenty-five ,
a can- I The the Holland
into lIa""e.-Depite war
and name that route down PiI I men who had joined his regiment that
nellas county "Mable" or "Gwendo- i didates for certificates for the prac- morning was one with an exceedingly is proceeding with the giant project -
lynne" or "Claude" instead of "Par- tice of pharmacy in this state, takingthe bad record of convictions in civil life. : of pumping the Zuider Zee dry. i
adise." Truly there would be examination prescribed by the lIe asked to be allowed' to send back Thus will be reclaimed half a million !i I AUTO SERVICE E I { STATION I
some t >vantage to a town in being j Florida state board of pharmacy. The the undesirable. Said the general:
F' located upon the proposed Dixie high-I'examinations are being held in the "In time of peace your apache might I acres of land, on which 250,000 per
way. A thing of more I auditorium of the Central grammar have a bad influence on the regiment.But I sons are expected to find a home. The 14 E. CHURCH STREET
that good roads should be built so as j' school at Jacksonville and the work this is war. You will find him as cost will be about $75,000,000. The I Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
to give to each community an outlet I'started Monday and will continue ready as anybody else to get his head work will occupy thirty-three 3 ears.
with the Dixie the board to "
-and if it connects through today hoping broken. Holland owes her independence
highway so much the better. have the papers reviewed and the list A few days later the captain, hap- Special Club Rate Tickets
day largely to the fact that to-I
"Paradise Route. Here was where of certificate winners ready some time pening to meet his general, told him Prompt Service Personal Attention
man fell! "Paradise Hiway." today. that the regimental black sheep had I eight per cent. of her surface is Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
Hell! "Paradise Route!" Some The board of examiners is composedof been seen that morning near the German -j I sea level. Greedy neighbors, coveting

Eve-Adam chuck hole will put the W. D. Jones, president, Jackson- I trenches and had not reappeared. I Holland's magnificent seaboard, know Freeman V. D. Phillips Manager : :
crimps into the name. "Para- ville; Ernest Berger Tampa; H. H. Should he mark him down as a deserter -I that to conquer they have to reckon ; : ,
dise Route" is the name chosen for D'Alembert, Pensacola; Leon Hale, ?
with the Dutch but
I not only army
the new road project from Ocala to Tampa; D. W. Ramsaur Palatka, sec "Wait a little," said the general. 'MOillMMIMMIIIMMMtililMIMItliMiliMIIMIt
with the sea the Dutch would let in
St. Petersburg and Tampa. First retary. Two days passed, and Captain X I
time automobilist into Features of the examination between themselves and the invaders.The ---
an drops one yester- came to see the general again, and to
of those series of chuck holes in Pi- day were prescriptions, toxocology. announce that the apache had returned Zuider Zee itself is a result of AWlTh.e J4arJet: ::
6 nellas roads he will think he is on pharmacy, etc. to the French trenches with the bursting of the dyke. This hap-

hell's hiway. Those taking the examination are several'! prisoners, one of them an of- pened in the thirteenth century, and OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
as follows: W. V. Inman Jackson- ficer.
in addition to Holland being cut virtually OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
FOOTBALL ville; V. E. DeLyon, Jacksonville; L. The general looked pleased, but refrained
I A. Bell, Quincy; F. E. Cold Tampa; I from saying, "I told you so." ,. in two and Friesland being sep- FRESH AND SALT MEATS'
Archie Munro W. R. arated from the rest of the countryby under the best sanitary condition!
Berlin.-Football, the most popular Tampa; Billings- What he did say was: I Kept t
sport in Germany is much hamperedby ley Lake Worth; T. J. Killebrew, "Let us lose no time in sending up a turbulent sheet of water, hun- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept r&fa
the high prices of leather and rubber Ocala; W. I. Phillips Fellsmere; C. R. his name for a mention in army dis ireds of villages were submerged and .'I and port.

which make the balls used very Strickland, Jacksonville; W. E. Ted- patches. With reckless beggars like some 80,000 persons drowned. In : We Invite inspection and guarantee paUsfMetlOlJ. We havt
costly. Fourteen manufacturers of der, Jacksonville; A. P. Appleby Pa- these there is not a moment to waste." 1421 there were terrible inundationsin everything in the Meat Line.
latka C. E. Evans Orlando O. B. which seventy-two villages were
footballs have just effected an agree- ; ; The general was right once more.
ment to sell footballs at reasonable Lovell, Madison; L. S. Johnson, Lar- That very evening the black sheepwas swept away, with the loss of nearly JH. :jVdC. elf & Oo.
prices not proportional to the rise in go; S. E. Whitley, Lee; J. F. Potts killed in a second dare-devil ven- 100,000 lives.
raw materials in order that healthy Jacksonville; S. W. Ensminger, Hast- ture. More terrible still was the disasterof pHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

exercise may not languish. I ings; H. P. Jerry, Tallahassee; K. E. 1570, when at one time it looked as --- -- --- --- --
Harper Atmore, Ala.; J. T. Young- COLLAR AND CUFF SET PAT- if the greater part of the country -
TO MEND CORSETSUse blood, Plant City; J. E. Stuart Jack- TERN would be blotted out of existence by

surgeon's plaster to mend your sonville; Thomas Johnson, Lynn Ha- A very unusual collar and cuff set the angry sea. A continued and violent -I
R. L. Weed St. J. L. gale from the northwest had long:
corsets either over the steels at the ven; Augustine; may be made with embroidery pat-
Dean and Allen Jackson- been sweeping the Atlantic waters
top or over any break. This plaster Coleman terns or draw forms which look like
ville. Venetian lace. Transfer to light into the North sea, and had piled
if kept in the house will be found a EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
very useful for mending many arti- muslin and embroider in straight sat- them upon the fragile coasts of the
cles. NEEDLEWORK NOTES in stitch, over a thin padding. Around provinces. The dykes, taxed beyond I
Sometimes one has only one thick- each figure work a narrow button- their strength, burst in every direc-
tion. The Dutch Flanders, to a con- I
of material to make buttonhale hole stitch.
If you have a horse cow wagon, ness a
-. Take small of Cut these forms and baste I idcrable! distance inland, were suddenly -
sewing machine, or tny old or new through. a piece mate- out to a !
Beautiful lot Lake
invaded by the waters of the on
thing to sell, let it be known throughthe rial, cut buttonhole through both and stiff paper or muslin pattern of any I
Sentinel "For Sale" column. make as usual. preferred collar and cuff shape. Then ocean.
connect the various motifs with : with plenty of Foliage

In starting to stitch sew about three bridges or ties which are made by Guests registering at the San Juan I
Mrs. Mary A. Cox stitches, then pull the work back and carrying the threads across from one hotel yesterday included Chas. Neville and Trees.
start again, and do the same in finish- figure to another and then button- Savannah; G. II. Crocker Bal-
ANNOUNCES ing a seam. You will then never haveto holing over the threads. timore; C. B. Murphy, Lakeland; D.

Just received from New York tie threads to keep from ripping.An The motifs should be so arrangedthat : I C. Varnadoe, Valdosta; W. J. Groth- Price $2000.00
the solid large forms outline the jams, Baltimore; Leslie Alonzo, C. R.
NEWEST AND PRETTIEST extra piece of material an inch edge of the collar with the smaller I;McRae, S. H. Kirkland, R. E. Ferris,

LADIES' NECKWEAR square, folded on the.under side of a motifs inside. If the work is well Tampa; G. II. Dash Philadelphia;

SHIRT WAISTS pocket for children at starting to done the effect is really very lovely.TO I IJno.. :M. Flynn, Lewis M. Levy New
ART EMBROIDERY stitch and at finishing will hold on un- York; A. R. Haile, Palatka; F. D.
til worn out without. the pocket pull- ECHANGE-For house and lot Gonzalez, Sanford; Carey D. Landis,
ing off. in Orlando, lake front 1 mile from i DeLand; R. W. Tangsley, E. M. Dear- I
GLENDALE APARTMENTS railroad and brick road; 12 acres, 9
:man, J. B. Lewis, F. W. Cook, Tom
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 .
501 West Street My residence phone is No. 522R.Dr. acres unimproved; extra good land. Deen, )I. Smith, Jacksonville; B. H.
Orlando Florida Buckmaster. 6-6-tf Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc Wisberg, H. H. Kemp Atlanta. -


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The Great June Sale at the Big Store Is Now On T


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

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

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 DRESSES-HALF PRICE EXTRA English SPECIAL China Dinner Set, 74 pieces, 3 PLAIN COLORED CREPES, full yard wide

Made of Gingham, Percales Chambrays and patterns to select from beautifully dec in all the new shades, 50c. quality _________25cWHITE
Linens in plain and fancy colors plaids,
orated regular prices $23.98 June Sale
checks and _all sizes _fro
stripes: Price for set ___$11.99 GOODS, Flaxons Bastiste and
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quality, June Sale Price ___________37V2c MATTING: RUGS Lawns, worth up to 25c, in June Sale I _lOc

$1.00 quality June Sale Price ____________50c Size 36x72 splendid line of patterns
limit one to a customer June Sale Price ____ One lot of Lawns and Crepes in neat floral
$1.25 quality, June Sale Price___________622c! 27c
$1.50 quality June Sale Price ____________75c MATTING RUGS and conventional designs worth 12% c.

$2.00 quality, June Sale Price __________$1.00 Size 9x12 woven patterns good designs:: and 15c., June Sale Price --______________81/2c
$3.00 quality, June Sale Price ___________$1.50; and colors $3.50 ,value June Sale PriceS2.49 .
One lot of Embroideries in Edges, bands, ga-
sale I and thissale
Extra special during this :
loons and insertions, values up to 25c,
that sells regular
;; ; SILK KLMOXAS only, Linoleum
for full not remnants June Sale Price __________5c
60c. yard, pieces ---------------
This is the best line of Kimonas to Orlando
ever brought I Price 49c
I and will be sold at the folowing low prices: guaranteed 5 years, June ------- 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 o'ers.dues 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,

choice __________lOc
are worth up to 35c., your 12J%! c. quality, June Sale Price --------_____9c

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

THAT YOU WILL WONDER HOW WE ARE ABLE TO goods are all good patterns and qualities, soft finish, limit 10 yards to a customer_____5c
DO IT. COME EARLY AND GET THE BESTBARGAINS. but slightly soiled, worth up to 50c., but

in June Sale ___________________________10cPOPLINS BATH TOWELS, bleached, good heavy
$36.50, 9x12 WILTON RUGS, Sale Price _____$29.50 weight, regular loc. quality, June Sale +
in plain colors I good heavy weight,
$22.50 9x12 AXMINISTER RUGS, Sale Price $16.98 Price ___________________________ lOc
21.50 9x12 AXMINISTER: RUGS Sale Price $18.98 silk finish, 25c. quality __________________121/2c! ------

$28.00 9x12 AXMINISTERRUGS, Sale Price $23.98 One lot of fine Imported Dress Goods in TOWELS hemmed, huck, plain white and red
$22.50 9x12 Good quality Velvet Rugs, Sale $16.98 Crepes Fancy Rice Cloth and voiles borderellarge size 12'/ c quality, per
$55.00 9x12 Royal Trewan Rugs, Sale Price 12.50 beautiful patterns worth to $1.00 in"z
up dozen _________________________________85c
$100.00 9x12 Royal Shan Rugs Sale Price
$73.50 June Sale _____________________________47c
More than 1000 Rugs to choose from all at sale prices.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ANNIVERSARIES.One 1- OrlandoLife In I z
hundred and forty years ago
AND WEEKLY today the Continentals waited for the Paragraph

W r. C.i:. ESSINGTON GLENN ..........._.....Busincu....-....Manager.Editor British to show the whites of their I I I Are You Connectedj I

-- eyes at Bunker Hill. That battle was
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida affair -
small and
a insignificant as
u Second Class Mail Matter. What to the casual visitor appearedto
compared with the present gigantic '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES battles raging in Europe. But the be an immense shipment of potato
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 plants were stacked in seventeen
Daily. 6 Months ...................__. 2.60 cause for which the American Colo-
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1-25 nials fought large. Had the crates on the express platform. There
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 was were some 40 or 50 thousand plants
causes leading to the "Crime of theAges"
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... tl.OO sent out by the Piedmont Plant com-
in Europe been one-one thou-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN I pany of this city. The express agent
ADVANCETO sandth as great there might have OutfittlljDEPARTMENT
stated that shipments were rather !
been at least that much justificationfor
ADVERTISERS: but that immense
the unprecedented slaughter of light yesterday, an :
Copy for display and all other hand-set lives. number of plants of all kinds are con-
adTertijiaff east be handea in at the business forwarded to states
stantly being
*ffire .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. Tomorrow is the centennial of the
tie day before publication. This rule appliesto farther north, and that the plant' rais-
chances f.r'contract advertising it is battle of Waterloo. Nature destinyand
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. circumstances were against Napoleon ing industry is rapidly growing. in
--- --- ---
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued and he lost not to a better gen- importance. ?
should notify the oXce in writing' on eral but because it was willed by -- -
, the date of expiration otherwise it will be MANY AMELIA NAMES
continued at the regular subscription rates Providence that he should lose. A"Waterloo"
atil notice to atop is rn:eieed. East Amelia avenue has some of
Telephone Numb ...................... SI has been looked for in the catchiest-named homes of
Europe for many months but it is as any
THURSDAY JUNE 17 1915. similar length of street in Orlando.
far distant as ever. In the fightingin
Here are a few which occur in the ...
northern France today very near
Two people were fatally injured by to the famous Waterloo field thou- space of one or two blocks: Lakelyne

their automobile striking a dog. The sands of soldiers will remember the Ingleside, New Egypt, Sea Girt Camp,
and White Hall.
average dog is not only a nuisancebut Waterloo of 1815 and it will spur

a danger. them on to greater action. The world --0-- t
o would like to see another Waterloo
This will be a pretty good countryas enacted this year, not particularly of fine watermelon patch (from the

long as the man who minds his blood. for that is barbarous but of outside looking in) decorates some of
the Leake lots one or two blocks northof Ti
own business is more plentiful than peace, which spells civilization.
Lake Eola. The vines are well
the reformer. o
o Some people who leave Orlando in grown and of good color, but would MEN'S MEN'S
be harmed rain. a4
A man with seventeen children ar- June generally get back again about not by some : n

rived recently in this country from Thanksgiving[ time. -()-

Holland. That is a question whether o ADDITIONS TO COTTAGE fURNISHINGS fURNISHINGS
Mr. A. C. Bissell' is to %
soon com-
that beats the Dutch or not. The June brides this year are justas
mence work, remodelling and making
o frequent and as fair as in pre-
Twenty million baseballs are used vious seasons. additions to the Schuller cottage located .
at 319 N. West street. Two
but few thou-
up every year, only a o
sand of them are lost by being DEATH OF W. II. MacCLENCHEYThe rooms and a bungalow top are to be I

knocked over the rear fence. added.

--a- sad news was received in Orlando --0--

The man who has a corn on one yesterday of the death of Mr. AUTOS EXHIBITED

foot and a bunion on the other looksat W. H. MacClenchey, which occurredin The King automobiles will be exhibited ,
the weather for in the big plate glass front '
predictions merely Kinderhook N. Y., on Sunday
confirmation of what he knows is go- morning, June 6, at the Methodist display room which Schnarr & Gooden '

ing to Jiappen.Orlando Episcopal hospital. Mr. MacClinchey the local representatives of this .-
o had not been enjoying the best of popular car, have leased for this purpose : Knowledge is power, and when that knowledge is exercised in the purchase of'

is some entertainer. She health for some time, and upon the in the Rink building.COMI'LETELF articles for your wardrobe from a store that makes an extra special effort in follow I

did honors to two big conventions last advice of his physician left Orlando ing the dictates of fashion so closely that we voice simultaneously with New York .
week and everybody went home glori- on June 3rd, accompanied by his wife i CIRCLED men's latest caprice, and when that professional knowledge is coupled with our un-

fied or orieyed-or whatever you wantto for his old home in New York State, Lucerne Circle is at last "circled" :' limited buying facilities and ability of obtaining all cash discounts YOUR DOL- .
say when they have a good time.- hoping that the change might by White Way posts. The lights have
prove with almost double
not been in LARS have the power of purchase us the extension they would
yet placed position but '
Clearwater Sun. beneficial, but the inroads of the disease have with other stores.
had too firm when they are in and the Circle "circuit" ,
a hold and he
We dont ask to take our simple word for it-though it is already knownto
Six of Ocala's business enterpriseshave passed away very suddenly. is turned on there will be great : you
rejoicing. a great many-let us prove it to you get a line on us-let us make a joint connection -
advertisements in the Citrus Mr. and Mrs. MacClinchey
were --0-- the result will be an illumination of such exceptional values that will not
Chronicle. That is all Orlando's
County right, among most popular winter
GOTIIA PEACHES only astonish you but will solve many a bygone problem of where to get the best
but like charity it were better if bus- residents and owned a pretty homeat
value for We not fear break in the connection.
do a
iness getting were begun at home. 114 Concord avenue and this will Mr. Robert Koegel was in town yes- your money.

Orlando and some of those other indeed be very sad news to the many terday with a load of peaches from

South Florida towns are carrying friends of the estimable couple. The his orchard at Gotha. The fruit was For Instance---OUR CLOTHING

eighteen and twenty pages of home deceased was truly a gentleman. very fine in appearance and sold at $2 : ..

advertising.-Ocala Banrer. With his death a good man has gone. per crate. The house of Hart Schaffner and Marx have a world wide reputation for the .
o best and last word in Clothing Fashiondom. In stocking a complete range of their
pre-eminently a year NEW RESIDENCE -
touring as a greater number of tour- The paving which is being put in productions we are only doing our duty to our customers who desire and insist upon.

ists are interested in crosscountrytrips by the A. C. L. passenger depot is securing the "Newest of the New."

than ever before. There are Mr. Z. W. Evans the popular photographer almost finished and is a notable im

two good reasons for this. First the is having his studio moved provement.

European war puts a stop to foreign from its position on the corner of --0-- I Big Summer Reductions Now PrevailJust I
travel and second, many "good Washington and Main streets to the
roads" movements throughout the north side of the lot. On the former The lawn at the Niel home on East

country have resulted in interestingtours site of the studio Mr. Evans will erectan Amelia avenue is being spaded up
being exploit I attractive and up to date home. preparatory to resodding with St. Au- A Few Words About---Our Boots and Shoes

O Contractor Manuel is in charge of the gustine grass.

W. L. Straub editor of the St. Petersburg work and will push it to a speedy fin- -0-- V .
DIGGING UP LAWN "To fit or not to fit, that is the question. :Many: a man's pleasure is spoilt
., Daily Times, is in Clearwater ish. Mr. Evans conducts one of the
the most The lawn at Methodist church is many a day's work indifferently done if he hasn't solid comfort in the wear of his
today attending meeting of patronized and reliable photo-
shoes. The least ache or pain puts a man's thoughts into unbusinesslike channels.
being dug up pulverized and will
the county board of trade of whichhe graphic studios in the city and his
be set out to St. Augustine grass. WE ARE SHOE SPECIALISTS.Let .
is a strong factor. Mr. Straub recently many customers and friends will be

made the automobile trip to pleased to learn of his building plans. --0-- us diagnose your pedal requirem ents; let us demonstrate our ability to per-
Orlando but disclaims any responsi- NEW GAS MAINA fectly fitou..

bility for "Paradise Route" being AT DRILL WITH COMPANY C. new gas main is being put downon We want your business you want correct fitting shoes-Here's our special inducement -

chosen as the official name for the South Lake street.BUILDING for you to try us.

automobile highway down in this sec- There was quite a number of men FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS WE WILL RE FUND THE SUM OF ONE DOLLAR ON

tion.-Clearwater Sun. attending drill last night and it seems : PERMITS EVERY PAIR OF :MEN'S SHOES COSTING $1.00 OR OVERMen's

o that Company C is getting back into

DRIVING NAILS shape. June 2 to June 16

MEANS PROGRESS. 'It is true," said one member, "thatwe Mrs. C. V. Caldwell Granniss &

Improvements are going right alongin need more ginger, but we will getit Sperry Add., frame building with tin Shirts"Manhattan"

Orlando. New houses pop up like in time for the encampment. We roof, G rooms, 2 stories, cement and '

mushrooms, but they constructedon are in hopes of doing more work on brick; $3,000.C. "
are :: make-"Wilson Bros. make are-even for the most critical- :
the this D. ''Williams rooms, 2 stories,
different lines from mushrooms. range week. When we do I ;
sufficient guarantee to the purchaser that he is securing the very latest styles-the
They are intended to endure for at get fixed up we will be able to show Merrill's Add.; $425. newest weaves and colorings, and the best made shirts in the Union.
least one generation if not some of our good citizens how to use Jos. Dawson garage, cement block;
longer. the stock is
At this time of year our replete with the very latest. Every want
Every nail driven by an Orlando con- the Springfields and Colts." $100.G. can be met. Every distinctive coloring or color combination is with us.
The W. Hawkins, Jr., and ad-
tractor means just that much addi- encampment takes place in Au- repairs I

tional prestige and power for this sec- gust at Black Point. ditions; $310.A. Prices Range from $1.50 to $4.00
tion. J. Nye, ice plant, one story, cement -

a GRACE WASHBURN IN "WHEN IT and concrete; $1,000.

SIX STRIKES HOME," AT THE Mrs. Annie Wolf, frame house 3
$3.000 9: NECKWEARThousands
PAY ROLLS. GRAND TODAY rooms, cement blocks, $500.Z. .

W. Evans, corner Washingtonand
:More factories for Orlando. It The beautiful young star of the .
would be a splendid thing for the Or- New York Winter Garden and the )Main 2 story frame with shin- of new effects to choose from.

lando business district London Opera House the belle of two gle roof brick and cement; moving
every Saturday continents-the lovely Grave Wash- present house; $2,000. J. G. Manuel JUST IN---The new Tie for the Sport Shirt.
night to see a half dozen $3,000 pay .
rolls rolling down the streets. More burn-is the bright particular constel- contractor.F.
clerks, more goods, more money in lation of this offering which is based I A. Phillips, improvements; $10. The Shirt $1.50 The Tie 50c.

circulation higher wages more people upon a story by Chas. K. Harris and 1 ems
more houses, more work for ev produced by the Chas. K. Harris Film BOY WONDER AT RINK FRIDAY

er'body-all these would result from Corporation.Chas. NIGHT

factory pay rolls! K. Harris is an authority on
o human interest stories and he has The Skating Rink announces that STRAW HATS
WHY ISVT IT one here. Elwood "the boy wonder" who was
injured last week and had to cancel

MOVED The cottage AWAY home? which formerly BRICK DRIVEWAY VIRGINIA his engagement of last Tuesday night, Were never cheaper. Call in and let

has fully recovered and will 1
occupied the lot where the skating
exhibition of his work at the us you.DicksonIves.
rink Friday .
"Virginia Heights the beautiful
rink now stands, is slowly being

moved away. For at least six weeksit home of James Laughlin III., is to be night. e

has been on the road and has progressed greatly improved by a brick driveway.The '
almost 5 blocks-that is, the brick is on the ground and the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR .

main part of the house has; a small work will be commenced in the very
section near future. RENT-Four large airy rooms
homesick and balked
with bath and
a large veranda fur-
about one hundred feet southwest of: nished or unfurnished. The coolest
its old location and was sidetracked AT PHARMACEUTICAL CONVENTION place in town. On Lake Eola. 214 Company
to the lee of the Walker Bros. pack- Robinson avenue. 6-17-6t*
ing house where it remains, taking up Dr. J. Merle McElroy is in Atlantic NOTICE

space on the new brick pavement even Beach attending the annual State I am now at "Butt's" with J. J.

to the present day. It is an "eyesore" Pharmaceutical convention. He is expected McCranie in the luncheonette service, Favorite Place Orlando
;f. and should be moved away immedi- to return tomorrow or Satur- and would thank all my patrons to remember I Orlando's Shopping Florida
my new location. e
atdy. day.
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I Open 2 p. nu and 6:30 p. m. 11 I

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f' SOCIAL CALENDAR I ard's gallery. While the pictures were Admission 5 Cents ./*' ... \.r.I i'Rr %
being taken their friends in nearby % w"1- ?:

;:s' Half holidaySubscription Thursday_ June 11. department stores decorated the ma- . . I' I .1 '0

i,\ : nee at Country Club. chine in master fashion. They were TODAY'S PROGRAM
Kil Kare KluD, Mrs. E. H. Westover heartily congratulated by their many Majestic. "The Fatal Black Bean."
hostess. Orlando friends. GRANDTODAY Reliance. "Abo>e Par."
Friday, June 18. Keystone. "A Lucky Leap." y
Special meeting Methodist church Majestic. "The Rector's Story." '
to. receive reports of canvassing ALL ABOARD This is a good program. Don't fail I
committees. FOR DAYTONA. to see that Keystone comedy. <
--aMISS Thursday, June 24th, is the date on \ -
which the union Sunday schools of with Mrs. E. II. Westover, at her r \ 4
Orlando will picnic at Daytona Beach.
Miss Jean Person yesterday charm- home on Livingston avenue. o 0)1IL.DrS
The Atlantic Coast Line will operatea
ingly entertained the Bachelor Girlsat --()-
special train from this city, leavingthe JEWEL CASE
her home on South Main street. Yesterday morning about ten o'clock
I passenger station at 6:50 o'clocka. Filled with examples of our Gold and Diamond Mounted Jewelry is
The party was in the nature of a a party of set out for Clay
I m. The train will run through to indeed a treasure. Our jeweler stock is complete and varied
farewell for Miss Leona Benner, of I"the Beach making only one stop, WORLD FILM CORPORATION Springs, where they will spend several Come and see what beautiful specimens of Jewelry craftsmanshipwe
Watakonita, Ohio, who has been a the days. In the crowd are Donald are showing. You'll not find our prices prohibitive by any
Winter Park. Returning, leangtime
winter visitor here and who is soon Presents C. Helms, Frank Roach, Dwight Powell means. >
will be 6 p. m., arriving in Orlando -
7 to return to her Northern home. and Wallace Woods. '
about 9 o'clock. The fare for ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
There were two tables of players. ,
. I the round trip is, adults, $1.00; chil- GRACE WASHBURNin Ib' .j
r The house interior was prettily deco-
Miss Mary Howard will entertainat
dren 50 cents.
0= p
refresh- I c&fi
rated in roses.
-0ICAIPING bridge this afternoon at ;3:30 at
ments were served. The first prize her home 200 East Robinson avenue -- --

was won by Miss Benner, a dainty AT in honor of Miss Ophelia Gray, of St.
pair of shoe trees, and -
Petersburg, who is the house guest of
the club prize, I A party of about fifteen enjoyed
Happersett captured Edwin August and :Muriel :\[rs. John C. Jones. '
a pretty apron. Miss Benner also received -I their first supper last evening at "The on the "Fourth?" If so, get your
a beautiful Florida photograph Rushes" the pretty summer cottageof Ostriche.A ?' paints and brushes from us. This is
Rush Lake Mrs. C. W. Field will entertain informally also the best time of year to paint
Mr. and Mrs. Gray on
the prize. The meeting of the
guest house. We shield all
our cus-
there at cards at her home on DeLaney -
club for next week has not been an- Conway. The party camp SPLENDID tomers against inferior paints, and
nounced. for one week. This is the second street this evening. -Q have been doing it for years. What'sthe

--().- I camp for the season. FIVE ACTS 1 size of jour house? Guess itwon't
take much.
I --o-
Philathea girls of the Baptist I ELKS. is making preparationsto '' Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O

church held their first business meet- All Elks are requested to bring celebrate Independence Day, Monday T
10 cents 20 cents 205 S. Avenue
I July 5th, and that date the ; :: ; Orange
ing and social in their new room Tues- their lady friends and enjoy: one of on ;
Charlie Rock's famous chicken pileaus Atlantic Coast Line will operate a L
day night from eight to ten. The first I Phone 261
'to be served at the Elks' Home Thurs- special train for all those who wish COLEMAN & RHAN
hour devoted to business.
was 'I to"n end ... mnd .. ;.... able da at that
The following officers were elected day evening 9:30. "Y"J Y Y ---
M. E. R. place. The train will leave Sanfordat
M. Smith
for the next six months beginning TO VISIT PACIFIC COASTMr. GOOD ATTENDANCE AT ROOF
July 4th: Teacher Miss Claudia De- J. Van Buskirk, secretary. 8 o'clock a. m., passing Orlando at GARDEN
:40.. will leave Kissimmee
Returning -
Laney; president, Fannie Tucker;
at 6 p. m., reaching this city S. A. Newell the popular as-
vice-president, Ruby Allison; secretary SOCIETY NOTESOF
about 6:40 o'clock. sistant cashier in the State Bank of The Roof Garden' having a good
Roxana Irvine treasurer Bessie I INTEREST.Mr. .
; ,
., Orlando, will leave today for an ex- attendance every night. Snappy pic-
and Mrs. H. L. Beeman, who
Quigg. tended tour which will take him tures, good air, and soft drinks, with
Also the following committees: So- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James -- WINTER PARK VS. APOPKA AT
THE BALL PARK TODAY through the central part of the United fine music, makes the garden an en-
cial committee, Lena Larson, chairman -I Laughlin III. for a cruise down the
4 States. He will from here to St. joyable place. Manager Barnes is
Susie Meadors and Irene John- St. Johns river their palatial pleasure go
on -
) The baseball game today between Louis, Mo. From that city he will go pleased with the attendance and has
son; membership committee, Ruby I yacht Framlin, returned yester- Winter Park and
Apopka promises tobe Ito I Pueblo, Colo., and then to Salt Lakes no complaint to make.
Quigg, chairman, AUha' Tichnor, Rox- ;day by auto from Daytona where they ROOf GARONTODAY [ the best and most exciting that ha .
ana Irvine, Ruby Allison; visiting were met by Mr. Edwin Beeman. The been seen in this part of the world in City, Utah, where he will remain sev
I some days.If eral days sight seeing. Mr. Newell BIG SALE WALL PAPER
committee, Corinne Barker, chairman, Laughlins will continue their cruise
old Jup Plute keeps out the
way will then tour the Pacific coast, devoting -
Martha Weeks, Dora Kelley, and Es- northward and will be absent from it will be a great half-holiday, and i iis it
: some time to the PanamaPacific The Orlando Paint and Wallpaper
telle Linville.At Orlando until expected that the largest crowd of
nine o'clock a missing word con- I fall.0- the season will attend the game which exposition, San Diego, Los Angeles company is having a big sale of wall-
will be called at 3:30 o'clock. "Dell" and San Bernardino. On his paper in order to clean up stock and
test, "an automobile romance, was i Phil May will arrive in the city ) the
Mason pride of Orange base- back he will in Denver and make for the fall stork which
stop room
indulged in and caused a great deal of ;,this evening from Orlando where he ballistically speaking and who hasachieyed : way
: Chicago, his old home, reaching Or- will arrive in few months. A dis-
honors will be the a
merriment as the missing words were :has been visiting friends since the many on I .
"THE WITCH OF SALEM diamond. !lando about the first of August. count of 50 per cent. is offered.
various parts of an automobile, and J.close of the University of Florida,

,., when the proper words were inserted and will spend the summer in Jack- TOWN"

made an interesting romance. ;sonvlile. Mr. May will be best man -

--().- in the Morgan-Guthrie wedding,which Featuring Mary Fuller. Com-

WEDDING OF INTEREST will take place next Wednesday even- plete in 2 acts. FRANK A. CURTIS UIIUAM R. O'NEAL_
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.Mr. in g.-Times-Union.

Daniel Toennis, of St. Louis, -
and Miss Emma Kasper, of Winter Miss Dorothy Siemens Miss Helen Established 1886
King Baggot and Jane Gael in
Garden, were quietly married yester- I Drew, Miss Sarah Siemens, Mrs. R.

day by Rev. L. Wambsganns, of Tam- IP-I Marks, and Mrs. S. Waters Howe a one act comedy

pa. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i motored to Wekiwa Springs yesterday -

Earnest Kasper, live at Winter Garden -I to join the colony of Orlandoites "FIFTYFIFTY""HIRAM'S CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE >

and the bride and her parentsare !'spending the week at that popular re-

well and favorably known in that !sort.

and the Gotha section. Mr. Albert ; --().- INHEnIT ANCE" .

Kasper was best man and Miss Mar- : Miss Elizabeth McCullough, the LOANS
tha Kasper was bridesmaid. Mr. and winsome little daughter of Mr. and Max Asher, Gale Henry. Joker

Mrs. Toennis will make their home in Mrs. G. E. McCullough, left yesterdayfor Comedy. "Nuff sed."
'I St. Louis. Sanford to isit relatives. REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Following the wedding the bride -- -

and groom motored to Orlando and The Kil Kare Klub will meet today
Parasol to be given away to-
had their photographs taken at How- (Continued in fourth column)

night at nine o'clock.


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FISHER should play an important partin Wellington,New Zealand.-A French CONSIDER!
preparing meals. It is essential in I Chattanooga, Tenn.-The directors naval reservist was at Taumarunui,
c Miami, Fla.-"Work on the Dixie of the Dixie Highway Associationhere in the interior of the North Island of
of the red of
the corpuscles
t highway is progressing rapidly and it making II Monday elected Judge M. M. Al- the New Zealand group, when the There is no better feed to keep before your chickens,

r will only be a question 01 another six the blood and is directly concerned lison of Chattanooga, president, viceC. news of the world war finally pene- old or young, than BRAN, PURE WHEAT BRAN, made

months until we will have a fairly I I with the processes of oxidation and E. James, resigned, and placed A. trated to that spot. lIe immediately from winter wheat.

to Florida reproduction. The iron of the food R. Sanford of Knoxville, on the board. decided he must return to Paris. To
1 presentable road through j I We have it fresh, direct from the mill, fift. from "'
should have enters the circulation and is deposited Specifications were read and referred do so he had to reach Wellington. He
: and in two years we an 1
ideal road." I.I mainly in the liver, the spleen and the to the executive committee for defi- had no money and being too proud to weevil, and at a price that will please you. .

r, This is the word that comes from bone marrow. Iron may be taken asIa nite action. While the directors did beg he set out on foot. The distanceis Our Shorts are of the same high quality and low
i not adopt the concrete system, they 250 miles. price.
Carl G. Fisher, originally suggested medicine and stimulates the produc-
the buliding of the great I advocated the use of concrete as far He would not accept any money I Pound, Sack, Ton or Carload.

x "peace highway" between Miami and corpuscles but it is get [as possible. It was decided to employan from kindly disposed persons he met :>

Chicago, in a letter to the Metropolis.In possible direct through food and engineer to resurvey the route on the journey-only a little food. :'

the same letter Mr. Fisher says bet water. from Chattanooga to Mont Eagle, so He ended the long tramp at about

t is glad to note in the press the agitation The amount of iron needed, appearsto I as to go around Marion county, that midnight a week after he started. I' The Co-Operative Produce Co.

r for a cross-state highway-the I II be varied with different individuals, county having shown an inclination to Not a morsel of food had passed his
W. S. DeWITT. M'g/r. No. 10 East Church Street
Tamiami trail-and expresses the be- depending on the nature of their I turn down the road bond issue. lips since the second day before, and .' PHONE 447

lief that a good road could be built work, diet and other conditions. Care- I W. S. Gilbreath was appointed field a howling cold gale had almost frozen -

f along the bank of the Miami canal fora ful experiments have shown that the I secretary of the association. C. H. him. I' 1

considerable distance. "I am not average man under normal conditions Huston was elected vicepresident.Those Looking like an ordinary tramp he

1 thoroughly posted on just which par- requires about fifteen milligrams of I present were: Clark Howell, accosted a Wellington policeman and

ticular route would be desirable across iron per day. The average woman is Atlanta; 1\1.1\1. Allison, John A. Pat- asked to be locked up so that his case 't

the 'Glades" he writes "but it ten, C. H. Huston, T. R. Preston, M. would come to the notice of the ;
occurs supposed to require about eight-
to me that if one bank of the tenths as much food as a man and E. Temple, Richard Hardy and W. R. I I French consul. The policeman, however !j DISCOUNT ON fURNITURETo

canal is used for a great distance it the same proportion of iron will suf- t Long, Chattanooga, and W. S. Gil- gave him a meal, dry clothes -
breath, of Indianapolis. : and a bed and a few days later he I Ii j
would make a wonderful road which fice. A child that needs half as much i i
l: would be elevated and drained and food requires the same proportion of The directors also elected C. E. : embarked for France. reduce our stock as much as

f have sufficient ballast to be a good Grafton, of Rome, Ga., chief engineer; i I

r road for a thousand years. I believe iron.As long as infants are drinking Lewis M. Coleman, Chattanooga, chief 1 1I NOTICE much as possible by the 15th, will

it would be a big thing for the entire milk they get only a small amount of counsel, and V. D. L. Robinson, Chattanooga I
I assistant The partnership of Davis and Manning give a
t state to have a road as quickly ash iron, but it is interesting to know thata secretary.FOR I, painting anu decorating, has

possible, connecting the eastern and certain amount has been stored in been dissolved and notice is hereby Discount of 25 Per Cent
western shores." their systems at birth to tide them SALE !
given that W. L. Davis will not be ,
Southern Section Hardest over unil they get a diet which con- SIX CYLINDER. SEVEN PASSENGER off
I liable for any debts incurred by said \i our regular cash price on any
Mr. Fisher writes that he believesthe tains its share of iron. CAR. TIllS IS A BAR- firm. W. L. DAVIS. "
southern part of the road will be Beefsteak and some vegetables are GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD !6-15-6t* I! goods in store.Hammond.

the hardest part of the undertaking, rich in iron. In meat the iron exists CAR HURRY. BOX 567. C-15-tf i
due to the territory and finances. largely as hemoglobin, due to the i i An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a : -

"The Dixie highway should bring blood contained in the muscular tis The want ad.'s the thing. safe investment. i
thousands of automobiles into the sues. Iron in combination with protein iI II I & Gore

state," writes Mr. Fisher, "and whether matter is found in considerable .."ti:} :;-..:' -. --<- :

they come by the eastren or west- quantity in grains. String beans, i iI iI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.\ \

ern shore line makes no difference, navy dried beans, 'lima beans, spinach, ,' iI I

just so they get to :Miami or Tampa. especially cabbage and dried peas, are I Cor. Orange Ave. aad Church St.. Orlando, Fla.
"I consider the southern loop of rich in iron. Among the fruits that

(. the Dixie highway the most difficult have plenty of iron are dried prunes, Es

I to complete on account of the terri- apples and raisins.

tory through which it passes and the '
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lack of ready funds. The land owners WILSON IS STONE MASON

along any right of way that might be I !
selected could well afford to chip in Washington, D. C.-President Wilson .

substantially for the completion of I J Monday became a member of the
this road. I have already had a talk ,local union of journeymen stone ma- :

with Wm. E. Day, of this city, who ,sons. Representatives of the union \&Z CAREY HANDFUNERAL

has written the chamber of commerceof [who were present when Mr. Wilson

Arcadia, telling them that his com- i recently laid the corner stone of the
pany will' be very glad to donate a (American Red Cross memorial building I DIRECTORAND

right of way for six miles through here brought him a card of hon- ;i I =:M

their holdings down there and will be orary membership. Presidents Mc- II I EMBALMER .

willing to give a liberal contributionfor Kinley, Roosevelt and Taft also accepted -II
the building of the road to con- honorary membership in unions
nect hte ast and west coasts." ,during their tenure of office. I A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor
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i f 'OU know how fast the dates grow o d on your ought-to-be-answered letters.
When you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a Orlando
JL case of the Spanish" Iar.ana" Here is which Florida.PHONE
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It is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres ,
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Paints and Varnishes atFinley's
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> aytothe$1i.5Re.addaag$j 00 on to the purchase price.
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To reduce our stock as much as possible >
J iimber, Laths and Sl1.ingles SENTINELWANTS by the 15th will give a discount 1
:of[ 25 per cent. off our regular cash :> ARCADEI
price on any goods in stora. Hammond '
: & Gore. 6-5-tf II I
before the doctor and let him put i
your plumbing in sanitary condition.I
Call phone 597. Sallas & Sallas.
The Morning Sentinel Want 6-9-6t DEPOT
Directory is the Greatest Want
ORLANDO: Ad Medium in Orlando. Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair i
1 Terms Cash in Advance. Shop. 21 J:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

Cement, Agalfle Plaster and LimeLet RATES STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!-Gasoline18c.
For One Day ____________-25t per gallon; oil 12c. per quart, BUTTER MILK
For Three Days __________50c for one week, commencing Monday. Fresh Every Day.
For Six Days _______________75c June 14. Auto Washing Station 14 5c.
For One Month ____________$2. 0 East Church street. Freeman V. D. per glass .
This rate applies on all ads of Phillips manager.. 6-13-6t 25c. per gallon
25 words or less. If the ad con- CREAM AND MILK
tains more than 25 words the rate BUTTER
will be one cent per word for USE Fresh Homemade
each additional word for each in-

sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to SANDWICHESPIES AND CAKES

Us Lay Your Gas counts the office: opened telephone by telepnone No. 24.will Ac-be G ECOINSECTICIDE

payable the following day.

: Service Pipes FreeFor i Every Every Sentinel Home Man--Every has Want use Business Ad.for a ARCADEMILKDEPOT

in and around your' houseto
kill MRS. E. M. PARRY

FOR SALE-Horse and wagon almost MOTHS MITES ANTS AND __ u ___ __ ___
new. 208 East Robinson ave- ------------- ----
nue. 6-15-6t ALL OTHER INSECTS

FOR SALE-Household goods. Apply CE-CO \Is a stainless liquid used witha Dr. S. S. Jones
Mrs. E. M. Stimmell 8 North spray and guaranteed to do the
Summerlin street between East Cen- work. Don't set up and fight mos- CHIROPRACTOR
every Gas Range or Water Heater purchased from us be- tral and Washington street. 6-15-3t quitoes all night. Spray your room:
with GE.CO and go to sleep. Have I graduate Davenport College, 17 and
tween now and July 1st, we will lay the regulation service pipe FOR SALE-A pair of young mules your Croceryman get it for ,oou. Or 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
1 year old; Florida raised and good direct if he will not supply you. Put 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
(up to 100 feet) and install the range or heater absolutely Free ones. Cheap. Inquire of Thos. R. up by the being restored to health by chiro-
Frint, 2 miles south of Orlando 2 n nn practic adjustments, the new scienceof
of Charge.We miles north of Pine Castle, R. R. No. G ORIA removing the cause of disease. Ex-
1, Box 52. 6-15-3t 0. U. IU., F L amination free. 1221lmoOSTEOPATH
will also allow 20 per cent. discount for cash on every
PI O. Box 28s Phone 341
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
Cabinet Range bought to replace a gas stove now in use. one quarter mile from city limits; Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- and down the dust.
Do you have Gas in your house? If not now is the time to poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. pound keep

have it put in.ORLANDO. I IH 6-9-tf DoctorsBiiekinastiT
cottage, seven rooms and bath' & DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
modern conveniences roomy porches, Briindago Office corner Orange Avenue and
2-23-tf excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. I OSTEOPATHS !Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg..

Phone 419.Grocery.
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at Kirksville, Mo.
FOR RENT-Furnished flat in brand 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
new house with all modern improvements
National Bank. Phone 578.
( WATER & LIGHT CO including private bath room.
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola.
Inquire at Nicholson Bakery. PHONE 646 -

GAS DEPARTMENTloticeSpecial 6-15-6t For Eight Cylinder Cadillac BargainsWe
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
Yancey. 3-28-tfc

WANTED 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. will continue our great
12-10-lm Grocery Sale all this week.
of good character, as seamstress by girl, or Cheese, Ib.________________20e
= .. nurse for children. Address Boy care Hams, lb. ________________19c
Sentinel. 6-15-tf 3 cans Corn ______________25c
house Orlando Wood Yard 3 cans Herring Roe ________25c
WANTED-To rent the
1 year. Must be modern have sleep Cream, small size, doz.40c
ing porch about five or six rooms and Removed from Pine St. two blocks Cream, large size, doz______75c
Sale must be well located close in. State north on Railroad west end Wash- 15 Ibs. Best Sugar for ____$1.00
and rent in answer. Address
Resident, care the Sentinel. 5-25-tf ington St. Plenty of Veneer Coresat With every $10.00 sale we
all times. .give you 25 Ibs. best sugar for
RELIABLE WOMAN wants situation $1.25.
immediately; private family pre- :
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 ferred; very experiencedcook and
maid. A neat and thoroughly good
worker. Best of city references. Ad- B. W. KINGSLEY -
And continuing for two weeks dress 6-15-6t E. Coy care Sentinel.

WANTED party from Georgia
desires an investment in or near -- -
.' I Orlando, which gives a working in- ?New Modern
terest. Bank stock lumber plant or Grocery
good farm. Also moving picture bus- I;
iness. If have OON'T WORRY
you an interest in good '
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, care paying this proposition office. address Business 6-16-2tc ''I, Phone 200

Kimonas, and House Dresses WANTED:: to rent a horse; will take 6; and 8 East Pine St.

good care of him and give only: light If are disappointedabout
work. Send full particulars to II. :M. you
:en's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Buchanan, 816 W. Lemon street. getting a new Eas-

6-lG-3t ter Suit we can put your
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB old one in good condi-
$ 40.
tion for just such occas 70

Come and look at our line Located in the Arcade BuildingAll ions.
work guaranteed and neat-
ly done. Our work is the best TO

OUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. and our prices are the lowest. ..ORlANDO( STEAM lAUNDRY..
This is the place to have your New York andPhiladelphia

WINTER GARDEN FLA. old clothes made new. Dry Cleaning
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Steam Cleaning

dry cleaned, pressed___60c. Pressing and Repairing
J Suit pressed ---__________40c.
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand AND RETURN

pressed ____________50c
Mohair suits pressed ______25c. Cut Flowers From ORLANDO
We do ladies' work also. Giveus
'ure Ice Creal"'l1 VIA
a trial and be convinced.
Clothes called for and delivered. and Plants

Phone 613. Atlantic Coast Line

.. a you want PURE ICE For Party Floral Designs Standard Railroad of the South
M call for HAND'S. If
C Colollial l ] Hills -

eatest:n't believe care that in its we take Club Tickets sold daily. Final limit -
manu'We make our Ice Cream from
t. come up and watch us Church SocialSchool Jiolet Dell Florist. October 31st. Stop-overs.
tubercular tested cows. All e
!:t. You will be surprisedcans, moulds and everything 1 Social You hear about Colonial Variable routes.
care every detail is given
used in the Hills. *. For reservations call on
of our J. M. CARUTHERS
kind time Lodge
you want any You read about Colo- I D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
ant it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril- Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
PicnicOrder W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
ized. nial Hills.
X quart up. Orlando

are cordially invited to You talk about Colo-

: t our factory at any Hands Pure nial Hills. CLINT BASSPHONE

,: i i Ice Cream Sooner or later you 373
will buy in Colonial West Jefferson Street ''.:2; :;

Hills. Why not NOW! I I Successor to jt\;\

HANDS ICE CREAM CO. It will give you satis- Hand Wood CompanyWood

and profit. of All Kinds OPTOMETRIST

W. Jefferson Street PROMPT SERVICE


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"Let's meet at Butt's."
Mr. A. M. Starbird, one of Apop- YOU FIXED?
ka's substantial business men, was a
county seat visitor )'esterda).

Miss Ruth Russell left yesterday
for Palatka where she will visit -Jf' "
friends and relatives.

Mrs. C. M. Adams left yesterday
I morning. for a summer vacation and
expects to return next fall.

Mr. J. E. Peters, one of Oakland's

representative citizens, spent several

hours in Orlando yesterday en routeto ,,,,r s
Savannah.Mr. = %

. J. A. Fitzgerald, the traveling "
-: not put off for tomor- representative of the Richmond Paper AVE %

; row what you should do to- company, was in Orlando yesterday ,

day"-for tomorrow never calling on the trade. ffu,eOJLwThWIVk& 0M4

comes! Mr. Earl Vick, one of the popular -ftom ? t aGa/nkacc/ clerks in the Orlando postoffice has
Doing is the great thing. The man returned from a delightful visit to 'Wfw i6 it k1n \\ou41m\ ,
friends in Atlanta, Ga.
It be
who acts accomplishes. may

too late if you wait. Why not deposit "Let's meet at Butt's."
a dollar today and start on the IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST FIRST

acticve road to prosperitythousands Mrs. Kate Wright was among those TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO

are traveling happily that way. departing yesterday afternoon to spend BUY IT. THEN YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY
the summer at other places. She will BELONG TO YOU.
Put aside a little a week and see how
pass the time away at her former YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORTANY
easily, faithfully and steadily your home in Memphis, Tenn.
account grows.
Misses Mildred and Paschal Ewing, WILL. KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU. '
who have been spending some time
in Orlando, left yesterday afternoonfor
Alice Ohio where they will spend

Mr. J. G. Kirkland, division passen-
The Peoples National Bank
ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line
with headquarters in Tampa, spent
yesterday in Orlando in the interestof "IT IS A PLEASURE 'TO''SERVErYOU."

his road.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Belch left yesterday -
morning over the Atlantic Coast
Line for Melbourne, on the East
Coast, to visit their daughter, Mrs. U. I II I t H HM Oil tt :. III M I111 i C IM 9 i M MIM > eiM Ml I II tiiaiiiiini

"Let's Mr. and meet G.Butt's.R. Croft" and son, THE NEW P A KARD TWINSIXFULLY !

Elder pring I and Master the popular Mrs.G.J.R.residents C.Jr.Michael, Mrs.of Albert were Winter among Jones Gar-,

den visiting the county metropolis
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Krause, of

Water ? Pittsburgh, Pa., are among the recent
arrivals in Orlando. They have been
: making a tour of Florida and will remain L The best value ever producedin
here until the week end, when
they will go to Murphy, N. C.
r.i high grade MOTOR CARS

Miss Jennie Baas, of this city, who .
has been spending the week with

friends in Sanford, the guest of Miss f.o.b. Orlando
Eva Walker, was one of the attend-
A sparkling thirst-:
pure, ants at the Walker-Minarik wedding
1 which took place in that city last $2,725.00Sold

quenching spring water. evening.Dr. .

P. Phillips and Mr. Bruce Floyd,
Look for it in the homes you who have been busy on the East Coast

for some time looking after the Doc- By
: tor's extensive interests and shipping I
fruits and vegetables principally to-

made matoes the, returned trip by auto.yesterday, having f I San Juan Garage Company j !

Mr. O. T. Switzer, who has been 11111 n 111111111111111111 11111 .. 111111111111 i 11111 II I .Ii H c. #-oo' .1 It

CALL UP spending several weeks on the East _.___ _____ ___.___ __ __ ._ n _. _____ _. ___ __ _
Coast looking after the shipping of
tomatoes and produce, arrived Tuesday j r;

\W. \WRIGHT\ Pliolle n 444And remain expects from here to Goulds.go until north Saturday Mr.for the Switzer when summer.will he II THE CORPORATE EXECUTORMost :

Philadelphia will be his headquarters. -
i persons of wealth select a corporate .- + -;
place your order today I executor because they know it insures .:.
of the .
"Let's meet at Butt's." I faithful and capable performance y
trusts they create. ti

Mrs. C. W. Smith left yesterday afternoon Whether the estate be large or of mod- 7 ..

milliniHlllllltltllilttMt **. over the Atlantic Coast Line erate size, it is to the interest of both las _
for Huntsville, Ala., where she will yourself and heirs to name this Company w
visit friends for a couple of weeks. executor and Trustee. = a
She will be joined in Chattanooga by
II The Records of our Trusts are convinc"a
Mr. Smith, who was detained in Orlando f F
ing evidence of the community's confidence ;;
i on business, and together theygo t
in capabilities. : '
to Nashville, Mich, their former our r
home, to spend the summer. I COMPANY ? :
Valuable Diamond LostHow I WHY t

Guests registering at the San Juan I Because of the necessity: for efficient JI I II
hotel yesterday included H. W. Met- I banking organizations to care for the fiduciary i
calf, G. R. Champlain, J. P. Floyd, business, the Trust Company has developed 1

often this appears in the newspapers, the re- i Leo Tyler, T. O. Rouse, Jacksonville; in half a century, the highest typeof j
L. A. Bell, Quincy; R. Steinhart, New banking institution. .]
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelry :
Orleans; Mrs. Carr, Kissimmee; Fred !
by having it examined at our store at least once every '. Striven, E. M. West, W. II. Troutman Primarily chartered to handle trusts, r. !
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kinds J. W. Holmes, Atlanta; D. B. Sphalerand the Trust Companies of the United States e+ -
of manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairing wife, Winter Home; II. L. Sny-i have developed such efficiency that not one 1 i
in der, Chattanooga John F. Townsend, I cent of trust funds committed to their :
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman'sprofit. \ ; I :
have been lost through failures. ,
A trial will convinec you. Miss Norma Townsend, Cleveland care ;
Have you investigated the service of ; 1

STr and Mrs. Jesse Allen cloyed this institution, !if
their home on East Church street yesterday -; .
and left in the afternoon over
the Atlantic Coast Line for Burns, I

T.D.EVANSJEWELER Tenn the first, where of September.they will remain They until will Orrn] Hank & Trust C ,

make an extended tour of the West I
visiting both the Panama-Pacific and
; San Diego expositions, and many II ORLANDO, FLORIDACapital
cities of prominence en route to and I
from the Pacific Slope. They will be and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three
accompanied on their travels by their Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. ;
I I daughter and soninlaw, Mr and I
I .... ..II.H..l.iI..U.U I U U I I" I IIIII II I i I I I III' ..." Mrs. D. A. Clarke.

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