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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Russian Lines Are Still Intact General Land and Sea Attack

AUTO IDENTITY MYSTERY
-Germans ConcentratingGuns ; Made on the Dardanelles

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South Poland Anarchist Plants A PHYSICIANS SAY NOTED Allies


London, July 5.-Leveling the BomblnN.Y.PoliceHeadquarters FINANCIER IS OUT OF Athens, July .-A dispatch from I -_ _

French trenches with a hurricane of ALL DANGER Mitylene says that a general land and British Steamship WON FIRST PLACE IN

high explosive shells the Germans 9PM sea attack against the Dardanelles
TWENTY MILE SMALL
launched another new offensive in the straits was opened Sunday by the allied Badly TorpedoedQueenstown

west, this time on the Moselle. HOLT CLEARSJJPJNE MYSTERYBy forces.A CAR RACE

With heavy forces, sweeping for- New York, July 5.-A bomb load- Constantinople dispatch says

ward to the attack in Leppette woods, ed with iron and steel slugs explodedon have July 5.-The British
that two warships of the allies
: Explaining That DynamiteWas CHAPMAN WON 10 MILE F. F. A.
I
they stormed and captured French the lower floor of police headquarters bombarded towns in the gulf of the steamship Anglo-Californian, animal

positions extending over a front of immediately under the detect- to Have Been Tossedin Adriatic, firing 157 projectiles.The laden, from Montreal June 24, limpedinto -

more than 1,600 yards, penetrating ive bureau, at 9 o'clock this evening.The port today a veritable floating
Morgan's Auto Had Turks claim the bombardmentwas And Annexed $100-In 10 Mile
425 yards into the maze of trenches. whole lower floor was wrecked ineffective and that there were shambles after having outrun a Ger-

South of Nerroy, on the Moselle, and the entire buifding was so shaken I They Met on Road no casualties. Preparations are be- man Submarine which all but sunk Small Car Class Odom

the Germans also blew up the French that every window was broken. No- ing made at Constantinople for a her with shell and rifle fire. Was first, Routhier
The is be- Mineola, L. I., July 5.-Improve The the
block house and its entire garrisonand body was injured. outrage siege of the town which is expectedsoon. Anglo-Californian sighted
defending lieved to be the work of an anarchist ment in the condition of J. P. Mor- submarine 24 hours before she Second
guns. I _____ "?
Near Haut de Rieupt violent at- in revenge for the "framing up" of gan was so consistent throughout today reached here, and when she was or-

tacks by the British north of Ypres the gang who placed a bomb in St.Patrick's that the physicians attending him dered to lay to by the submarine, the I' Before a crowd of several thousand,
Wrecks Austrian Arsenal with more than 200 Orlando people
announced that the
and by the French in the region of cathedral several months formally noted captain of the Anglo-Californian or-
financier was now out of danger. Rome, July .-It is officially announced dered full steam ahead in azigzagcourse. j I present, Orlando racers captured two
Souchez resulted in vigorous
ments in which the less of life engage-was ago.The explosion occurred directly under Frank Holt, who faces an indict- that an Italian dirigible bom- cups and two prizes of $100 each at

heavy. the office of Inspector Faurot, ment under the charge "assault with barded and badly damaged the Aus- The submarine, which was on the the Fourth of July automobile races

intent to kill," as a result of the trian arsenal in Trieste, returning at Daytona Beach yesterday.The .
According to dispatches from Berlin who was active in that investigation.; surface, immediately began shelling .

the attacking forces, however, it shooting of Mr. Morgan, ths after- safely to its base. her, later getting close enough to committees racing was on arrangements not spectacular.The had

is stated, failed to gain ground and PRIZE AWARDS W. O. W. noon cleared away the mystery sur- pour in rifle fire, which shot away her the details and there
not perfected
were forced to retire upon their own rounding the intended use of the dyna- Is Sultan Dead wireless apparatus, bridge, upper considerable confusion all of
mite found in his suitcase. works, and her funnels and was ,
London. An Athens dispatch statesit pierced
lines. The last day of the W. O. W. cele- which detracted from the enthusiasm.In .
Great the Holt declared to Major R. W. Pullman is reported there that the Sultan of littered her decks with dead and dy
activity by rival
VI corps bration was featured by many games, the 20 mile free for all Herndon,
marked the return of fine weather. contests and amusements out at Joy- superintendent of the Washington Turkey is dead, but the fact is being ing.The of Sanford, in a Mercer, was first;
police, that he had planned to
concealed for political reasons. It total dead number twelve, including -
land. A list of the different contests,
Odom, of Orlando, in a Studebaker,
throw the case into Mr. Morgan's\ automobile the who shot
announced in Berlin thatan captain, was
Approaching Warsaw the winners in each, and the prize was recently second, and Routhier, of Orlando, ina
if he had met the financieron eminent had to Constantinople from the bridge, one leg and one arm
Petrograd, July 5.-With the ad- each received, is given in full below. surgeon gone Studebaker, third. Time, 20 min
the road to Glen Cove. the Sultan. The being blown' off. Others of the crew
to treat
vance guard of his hun-
army only a The affair was a great success and utes flat. Herndon captured the Or-
"H. told the chauffeur who drove of his illness is unknown. who were killed were terribly mutilated -
dred miles from Warsaw, General with the masque ball last night nature lando Auto Association cup and Odom
him
out to state that he was a friend
Von Mackensen has concentrated a brought teh three days celebration to and was *entitled to the American Supply
was expected, said Pullman. "If
great mass of men and guns near a close. The several contests came ONLY EIGHT KILLED AND 177 Company
we meet Mr. Morgan on the road, BASEBALL RESULTS cup.
Krasnik, Zamosc and Krasnestaw, in off as follows: HURT SUNDAY In the 20 mile, 231 cubic inches,
Holt said, just signal his automobileto
) Southern Poland, for a strong effort Fifty yard dash, for Woodmen only, Odom, in a Studebaker, captured the
stop and throw in suitcase. It National
to break the Russian lines. Althoughthe won by Mr. Corrigan; prize, Thermos contained my Chicago, July 5.-Eight persons League American Supply Company cup.
enough dynamite to blow Chicago 6-7, Cincinnati 8-12.
Russians have been falling back bottle. the were killed and 177 injured as a re- In the 10 mile free for all, Chap-

five miles daily, their lines are still Swimming race for men, won by automobile" and its passengers to sult of fourth of July celebrations Brooklyn 6, Boston 3. man, of Orlando, in a Buick, was

intact. Civilians already have begunto Mr. Hoyle Pounds; prize, bathing suit. pieces.Authorities throughout the nation yesterday, according Philadelphia 2, New York 0. first; Herndon, of Orlando, in a Mer-

leave Warsaw, but no fear for the Forty yard race, for ladies only, the are still working upon to figures compiled today by Pittsburg 5, St. Louis 0. cer, second; and Routhier, of Orlando,
reported resemblance of Holt
city is felt here. The engagement won by Miss Beulah Irish; prize, gold Professor to the Chicago Tribune. In 1914 the to- American League in a Studebaker, was third. Time, 12 i

begun Friday on the Bug and Vistula medal who Eric Muenter, of Harvard, tal number. of victims was nine killed New York 2-1, Philadelphia 42.. mniutes 20 seconds. Chapman won

rivers is still on. Forty yard race for boys under 16, disappeared in 1906 after Mrs. and 601 injured.The St. Louis 3-9, Chicago 1-3. $100.In.
Muenter\ had died of arsenic poison
Boston 6
I won by Willis Moore. fire loss due to accidents, com- Washington 0. the 10 mile small car race, 231 4

MIAMI PEOPLE CELEBRATE IN Tub race, for boys, won by Glen ing. bined with the use of explosives, yes- Detroit 3, Cleveland 5. I cubic inches, Odom, of Orlando, in a

GREAT STYLE McIntosh; prize, bathing suit. terday was $66,550, compared to the Federal ,League Studebaker, was first; Routhier, of

Three legged race, for Woodmen YERKES MAKES 50-MILE\ DRIVEIN loss of $76,085 last year. Chicago 3-2, Pittsburgh 51. Orlando, in a Studebaker, second; anda

Miami, Fla., July 5*-The Dixie only, won by Mr. Dunnaway and Mr. 44 MINUTES, 9 SECONDS Baltimore 5-9, Buffalo 8-2. DeLand man, in a Ford, third.

highway jubilee, the greatest mid- Swaidmark; prize, box of cigars. AT ATLANTIC BEACH OBSERVE AMERICANIZATIONDAY Newark 2, Brooklyn 1. Odom's time was 11 minutes flat!

summer event ever held in this city, Second, Mr. Louie Weeks and Mr. C. I Kansas City 3, St. Louis 4. Odom won $100.

began this morning, and will continue L. Mason; prize, bale of hay. i Atlantic Beach, Fla., July 5.-Jona- South Atlantic League In the 1 mile free for all, Herndon,

during the afternoon and into the Potato race, for Woodmen only; :than Yerkes, in G. Nooney's 30-horse Cleveland, Ohio.-"Americanization Jacksonville 4-1, Savannah 3-1. in a Mercer, was first; Chapman, of

night. Between forty and fifty auto- first, Mr. Tom Scaglon; price, solid ;power Mercer, won the 50-mile auto- day" was observed here with the holiday Charleston 7-3, Macon 21. Orlando, in a Buick, second; and

mobiles left this morning for Buena gold charm; second, Mr. Harry Wil mobile race which began at Atlantic celebration today, the programin Columbia 3-4, Columbus 2-3. Odom, of Orlando, in a Studebaker,

Vista to meet the West Palm Beach liams; prize, solid gold stick pin. .Beach at 10 o'clock this morning. His this regard embracing a reception Augusta-Albany, rain. third. Time, 52 seconds. Herndon

delegation, and the entire delegation Fifty yard race for men; first pribe, :time was 44 minutes, 9 seconds. ttf newly naturalized citizens, followed Southern League annexed $100.
returned at 10 o'clock to solid gold stickpin, won by J. M. Roa- The beach and
participatein exercises athletics was poorly policed
DeWitt, in a Buick, came in sec- by patriotic ,. Little Rock 6-3, Memphis 5-5.
the monster parade which passedover ner; second prize, solid'gold stickpin, several narrow escapes from injurywere
in
ond, there being six entries in this concerts and fireworks displays city Nashville 5-2, Chattanooga 1-7.
the business district. by Pounds.
won Hyde observed.
event. Bennett, in an Abbott Spencer parks. New Orleans-Atlanta, rain.
4 All of the business houses are decorated Prize waltz, won by Miss Beulah ; -
in an Overland; Emery, in a Birmingham 3, Mobile, 1.
in flags and bunting, and the Irish; prize, silk umbrella. BOARD COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS -
Stearns DeWitt in Buick Between Sanford and Orlando
; a ; Yerkes, ; several -
occasion is being made a double cele- Fancy dancing, won by Mr. Grant, MET YESTERDAY
in a Mercer, and Gerlack, in a Stutz, crooks in the highway are being RAIN AND BALL GAMES HAVE ;
bration, both in honor of Independence when the pier broke down. TAXES
were the entrants. Yerkes made the straightened which will facilitate pub- MI3T-UP, AT KISSIMMEE EQUALIZEDTo
day and in the interests of good
first 30 miles in 25 minutes. lic travel to a considerable extent.Orlando's .
roads throughout this section. !SEVERAL SALES OF PROPERTY review and equalize taxes all
On account of the rain, the ball
ON RULE DAY over the county, and transact all other -
J games which were on Kissimmee'sprogram
BAND OF MEXICANS LOOT A First Public MasqueBall of entertainments for the matters, the board of county com-

TEXAS missioners in the house
RANCH met court
t Yesterday was rule day and several fourth of July celebration yesterdaywere

transactions in real estate and Watched By 1,500 People of the "short but sweet" variety.The yesterday morning in regular session.
_:arlingen Tex., July 5.-A band of sonal property changed ownership per- morning game was called at the Assessments were gone over, and
forty Mexicans who crossed the bor- wherever it was necessary, equalizations -
half the
under the hammer of the sheriff or -- end of the first of second .

der near here at midnight Sunday special master of sales. The first public masque ball ever i t i gay spirits of the crowd and the ball inning, with the score standing 1 to 0 were made by the board.
.
) looted a ranch near Lynford: Texas, i( The meeting is of added importance
The famous "Sandspur" (went merrily forward until a late in favor of Winter Park. The after-
30 miles from grove was given on the streets of Orlando was j this the board
here, killing two men, the first offering, and Special :Mas- i, hour. noon session had a little longer lease because year begins to
tonight. staged last evening. At 8 o'clock the operate under an act of the recent
ter Wm. Beardall knocked it down to I I Some of the costumes of the dancers of life, being called at the close of

Eighty United States cavalrymenwho the C. G. Justice company, of Phila- variously bedecked dancers stepped were quite striking in effect, dev- the third inning, the tally being 2 to legislature providing for a budget,
'
left here this afternoon are in delphia; Pa., for $500. This is considered from their positions along tie" row of I I ils and imps in varied regalia flitted 2, in favor of both sides. ,A large system in all counties. his s:
pursuit of the Mexicans. The tax collector presented r.-
one of the finest groves in spectators, and catching the swing of hither and yon, a warlike brave in crowd attended the celebration and collected
and showed that he had
I port, -
Florida, and we are informed that the the music from Mclntosh's band be- I fresh warpaint and headdress was report that the affair (barring rain) cent.
: the taxable
97 per of prop-
WHO WERE THE TWINS: fruit one season netted the owner gan the first set to the lilting strainsof I searching for scalps, an ancient was one grand success.
erty in Orange county.
$21,000. The grove was sold under "Tipperary." As the dance pro knight clad in brazen armor and black

"The Gold Dust Twins," whose foreclosure of mortgage and from disclosures ceeded more couples caught the step, I velvet doublet ready to do battle for ORLANDO BA.AXD TRUST important The meeting in the was recent one history of the most the

unique costumes attracted so much made at the sale, was well and the eager spectators pressed for I his Lady Faire was searching for said COMPANY DECLARES SEMIANNUAL board. They will be in session again
admiring comment last evening at the plastered there ward the lady and down the crowded thor- DIVIDENDThe
being an outstanding onto pavement in order to up The full will inWednesday's
masque ball,were Capt. and Mrs.T. C. indebtedness of like better view oughfare. today. report appear
something $59- get a of the gay pano- I I Sentinel.
Brannon, of Oviedo, so the Sentinel 000 J rama. board of directors of the Orlando -

has been informed. Mr. and Mrs. Six, mules, three lots in Concord It would be conservative to estimate I avenue i and were Bank and Trust Company held
Brannon motored back to Oviedo with the crowdof their semi-annual meeting Saturday, FOOD SUPPLIES ARE TAKEN
Park, &nd one Oldsmobile were sold that more than 1,500 people" packed and jammed:
after the ball was ov r. under foVedosure of mortgage by At- gathered to witness the performance.Here I spectators, the adjacent streets I June 30. The usual fine business was INTO MEXICO J TY

torney Bfardall, acting as special and there and everywhere were filled 'with dozens, perhaps hun- reported by Geo. E. Nolan, cashier. -, .

THE WEATHER master. TL mules brought $300; the through the crowd flitted gaily cos- dreds of automobiles, and down the The usual 4 per cent. semi-annual Washington, D. C-With American -

lots went feY $200, and the automobile tumed dancers, and the sound of fire- center of the street a space was left dividend was declared, $4,000 goingto Consul General Shanklinand

Florida: Local showers Tuesdayand for $2O f, Mr.. B. Beacham being crackers added a thrill of nervous_ex- for the use of the dancers. Doors the stockholders; $5,000 was also Charts J,' O'Conuor in Mexico Ntin '

probably Wednesday, except fair the purchaser. pectancy as the fatal moment drew were crowded, hallways were jammedand added to the surplus. The 4 per cent. charge of relict taCf rres ur
dividend declared amounts to $76,500 taken by the Red Cross, with t e aid
in northwest. Deputy-Vivian sold at sheriff's sale near. the jaUinc of the Roof Garden
which has been paid to the stockholders of the United States govern eat, officials
the plumbers) supplies, etc., of T. F. Quite Amazonian was the appear- was &le sparkling tha /
This week 6 5 "' ''C! f since the organization of the com- today expected they would
pkgs. cent, or 4 Hourihan, wich were attached some ance of a number of the participants stri '. ,
pkgs. 10 cent toilet paper, 25 cents.. time ago, tothe Savanna- Supply ;who posed as members of the fairer The bank is in a healthy and set in motion plans to assist the famine
hugr t stricken population of that city.MUTILATED .
condition. -
flourishing
Curtis & O'NeaL
I,company, for t-$75. However, nothing hindered the /




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:f El Paso Tex., July -Followingthe AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
-A-, '+ ced in the house of commons that C. A. Haines, of the ReporterStar London.-An imperial decree authorizes -: arrest of Huerta here this after- Established 1866
fish naval and military losses in mechancal staff has received a the Russian ministry of ,
noon Generals Bravo and Caul were
led, wounded and missing in the letter telling him of the death of his finance, according to a Reuter dispatch -
i I taken into custody on federal war- High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of
;- perations against the Dardanelles up great uncle, :Mr. Will Hanel, at Chil- from Petrograd, to place in the : Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and
to May 31, aggregated 38,635 officers licothe, 0., after a brief illness. London market short time treasury rants from San Antonio charging a \ | non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly
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bonds
to the amount of $25,000,000 location in and artistic Ancient Course thorough, embracing
The figures showing 'the killed, being the first to erect an ice factoryin I they may be taken to Fort al quaint branches requisite for a solid City.and refined education.
wounded and missing by officers and Florida. The plant was built at Want anything? Ask for it through 'I Bliss. It is understood that other Music Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For .
men follow: Sanford, about forty years ago. It Sentinel "Wants." Mexican officers are to be arrested. I full particulars, write
Officers _.:.. 495 1,134 92 I was subsequently burned and another SISTER SUPERIOR.
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ADMIRAL MAHAN LEFT ONLY A ice in Florida, stated to representatives -
SMALL ESTATE of the Herald the other day that r ., pr
New York.-Appraisal of the estateof the first ice factory in Florida operated Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service
the late Admiral Alfred T. Mahan, at what was then known as 1
U. S. N., who died in Washington a Mayo, but is now called Woodbridge,
r: few months ago,-was officially reported in Orange county. The first ice factory Harley-Davidson TruckFOR
_ as amounting to $9,028 yesterdayat may have been built here but it I '
Riverhead, L. I., where the state never made ice. The factory at Mayo lmdJ QUICK SERVICE
appraiser of the district filed his re did manufacture ice.-Sanford Her- '
port. The gross estate amounted to ald.
$15,159, the net estate to $14,029, and / Meaaa*e PHONE 444
the property taxable $9,028. Mrs. TO ALABAMA YESTERDAYE. To the Easinessjrw No. 4
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head district because Admiral Mahan Mrs. Duckworth and children and return -i a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods?
had a summer home at Quogue. to Orlando with them. They Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave
have been visiting in the Alabama him an order? -
Sentinel Want Ads Pay. city for six weeks. Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must
look prosperous and show local pride. THE PLACE TO SI MONEY
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they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable,
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ded from Bearing Trees of Known Quantity --

and Quality of Production.--O. W. ConnerThe

season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to '. !
Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many ; ;
growers who showed a balance on the wrong 'side of the ledger. \ t
This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseriespedigreed
trees been planted in these groves. The test groves of the Ocklawaha Jj
ETr Nurseries from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an averag
of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes
per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or sixteen

hundred dollars per acre.
The planting of this grove was made from trees budded: from the proper selectionsof
budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock todayare
still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogating -
It our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these speo- -
ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plantingyour
Ursa grove.
All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
;. tr from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

grower, when so treated.
If you can start right, don't you see where ft will pay you?. The ONLY way
y is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES.- They cost more, but
For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build
-. 1r.JL < ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with :Mr. G. G. Wright, our
agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
K trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit
pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
t For Catalog address OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,

"\. Tangerine, Florida.

I '*?, Heavy producing -trees of quality Fruit can"be produced ont t ,waha G. G. Wright, Agt, No. ,Yowell-Duckworth BIdg. i
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BECKER MAY EXPOSE ")IES ,WINTER GARDEN HAp CELEBRATION TAMPA THE NINTH MONEY PRO.! with the Swedish Cotton Spinners I, I,HllittililllllililHIIIIIIIIIIDIiMMIIIiUMIIAttention I

HIGHER UP" YESTERDAY I DUCING PORT IN 17.S. Association! for the unrestricted importation
i into Sweden of 10,000 bales :
.
New York.-On the authority of I of cotton each month, if : Auto Owners!
Winter Garden was the scene of a I Washington, D. C.-Tampa teems: consigned; to jj
Charles Becker's counsel, Martin T. celebration yesterday and a large to have moved to ninth place among! the association.That :
Manton, it was said today that if I crowd attended the festivities. A ;the ten leading revenue producing I amount is raid to ie: more
Becker fails in his appeal to the general good time was reported. 1.ports cl the United States and the! than twice the normal consumption of : I AUTO SERVICE
Swedish STATION 1 F
cotton mills, and :
United States supreme court he will, Among those going from Orlandowere possibility of that port passing Buffalo -; fully acceptable
before lhig to the electric chair for N. P. Yowell and J. R. Yearby.A I and even Baltimore, appears ev: to those importers. The em. :
the murder of Herman Rosenthal, basket picnic, barbecue and fish fry j ident from returns on customs col- bassy here notified its consular officers :. 14 E. CHURCH STREET
make a public disclosure of the names featured the day. lections received here today by the throughout the United States. .
of the men with whom he is allegedto 'treasury department. Tampa's collections Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
have divided $100,000 in graft SHIPPED TWO CARS OF MELONS i, for the year fell off only $84- BRITAIN TO PAY $100,000 AS APART :
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money collected from gamblers and 000, while St. Louis and Detroit,which I OF WILHELMINA : CAR WASHED AND POLISHED
keepers of illegal resorts during his Tvo cars of fine Tom Watson !'cities the Florida port has passed, reported CLAIMS : Prompt Service Personal Attention
career as head of the famous strong watermelons are being shipped from i losses of approximately $700-i -
arm police squad. the Seaboard switch yesterday and today 000 each. Figures from Buffalo and I London.-The British government Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
by Henry S. Symonds. He is Baltimore are unavailable. Tampawas announced that it was its intention to R
RUSSIA WILL ISSUE LOAN OF shipping them to his father, who is eleventh in the table compiled pay $100,000 as the first installmentin Freeman V. D. Phillips, ManagerIIIII'IIIII'IIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIII"'IIII'IIIIIIII'I: :
$500,000,000 in Elmira, N. Y., where they will be from the 1913-1914 figures. settlement of the claims of the
peddled out at a top price. More are owners of the American steamship t
Petrograd.-The official journal to- to be shipped next week. These mel- BRITAIN WILL LET COTTON Wilhelmina, which was seized by the &
y published an imperial edict auJtorizing ons are raised on their place about INTO SWEDEN British authorities while carrying a
; the Russian minister of three miles south of Orlando. cargo of foodstuffs from New York to -
finance to make two issues of treasury Washington, D. C.-The British Germany.The .
obligations of $250,000,000 each. PASCUAL OROZCO DISAPPEARSLas government announced through its The Orlando Meat Market
The issue is to be in the form of 5 Cruces, N. M., July 3.-Two embassy here today an agreement want ads the thing.
per cent. short term notes, free of income I automobiles carrying eight Mexicans T. A. YAHCY, Manager
tax. passed through here at top speed at
The issue will be in denominationsof four o'clock this morning. It is be-
Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in Choice
from $50 upwards. This low denomination lieved one of the occupants was General -I
is expected to give the Pascual Orozco, who disappearedfrom ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Florida and Western Meats
Joan a popular aspect, and to appealto El Paso yesterday.
foreign as well as Russian investors. Oysters, Fish, Poultry; Vegetables, Game, Etc.
The issue is to run for six DEFICIT FOR THE YEAR ONLY METAL
SHEET CO.
months. $35364,381 Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

/ Business '3s P. O. BOX 226
HUERTA RESISTED ARREST D. C. The second business PHONES
Washington \Residence ,
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos 133 Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.
year of the present administration ,
El Paso, Tex., July 3.-Huerta resisted which closed yesterday, showeda
and Rubber
arrest this afternoon when officers $35,864,381 deficit compared with a Roofings
served; him with a new warrant surplus for the year ending June 30, II
charging violation of neutrality laws, 1914, of $34,418,677.DANIELS Cornices Skylights..flealipg Ventilating i Metal! Ceilings
but he was induced to proceed to
court. Later he announced in the LEAVES CAPITAL .
I Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOW.
court room: "I would have killed i I
that officer had I not been under ar- Washington, D. C.-Secretary of EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
rest." the Navy Daniels left for Morehead
City, N. J., to stay over the fourth of
Sentinel Want Ads Pay. July.
F. AYRES E. R. AYRES

Proprietors and Owners Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne


The :h4arket Daytona Beach Hotel l lON with plenty of Foliageand

.. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I OCEAN BEACH Trees.

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. I'' Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red

FRESH AND SALT MEATS x Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I Single and, en Suite Price $2000.00C.
Everything screened away from'the flies and kept fast I
and pore.. I Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold

We Unite inspection and guarantee satisfaction We hvt I Shower Baths, Free to guests

everything in the Heat line.HL ; Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week A. HOVEY

]\d. Self & Co.j j Dinners 50 cents

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THE DAILY ANNOUNCEMENT: OF OUR GROCERY GOV. TRAMMELL WAS INSPIRING -. \\1:
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South Florida Sentinel SIDELIGHTSBy \

MORNING AND WEEKLY W. S. Branch. the Customers of the YowellDuckworth 2 p. m. Sunday afternoon the
/. ::. GLENN ............ .........Editor Co. Grocery Department, and members of the W. O. W. assembled i
w. C. ESSINGTON .. ..BuincM Monger
Caruthers & Gore, and to the Pub- promptly at Odd Fellows Hall, on Orange 4C
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida Bradentown has caught the Orlando -
lic: avenue, and marched to Jackson ,
as Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION and will have I
spirit soon a new
We take pleasure in informing you street, where they were met by autos
four brick block with roof M
RATES story a that the two above stores and carried out to Greenwood where
Daily 1 Year ...,.................... $5.00 garden and cabaret on top. A real grocery (
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.50 have joined in forming a new com- the exercises of unveiling the four r!
Daily a Months ...................... 1.25 cabaret service usually implies what to be known Our Grocer monuments in honor of members of I
Daily, 1 Month ....................... (0 the call "chickens" for waiters pany as !
boys Company, and the place of business the order deceased during the two
Weekly 1 Year ...................... I LOO and dance artists. Can Bradentown I \'s
will be the stand of Caruthers & Gore, years since the last memorial exer-
PAYABLE IN furnish these wilt "
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS or they import
ADVANCETO and that beginning Wednesday morning cises were carried out as scheduled. I
them from Ed. town?
Lambright's all Hundreds of members and friendsof
July 7, orders of the above I
ADVERTISERS: -0- companies will be filled by the new the order gathered at the cemetery ;
Copy f.r display and all other hand-oet There are said to be a million dolls '
to hear the addresses and assist in
advertising roust be handed in at the business the docks at Rotterdam Hol- firm.By ,
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. lying on way of explanation we wish to paying the last tributes of honor to
before pnMication. This role applies land held from to America
the day shipment
up -
that the "Our Com- the of the four departed ;
to chances for contract advertising: it if say name Grocery memory
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. on account of the war. There pany has a peculiar meaning. We Woodmen. Several hundred autos

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued were nearly a million of them on Or- wish to make this company in fact as were parked on the grounds and some i \
should notify the office in writing OB ange avenue Saturday evening after
well as in name everybody's com- of them made several trips carrying :
date of otherwise it will be
the expiration the picture shows were over but none
continued _t the regular subscription rates pany, so you can say as well as every passengers back and forth. I
until-notice to atop is received. of them came from Rotterdam or Am- I
Telephone Nemb-r ...................... 21 one, "Our Grocery Company, for we The principal address of the after- -
sterdam.
intend to organize and run this com- noon was delivered by Governor Park ; )

TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1915. pany to the interest of every one. Trammell, who spoke inspiringly, .
The of Miami
newspapers Tampa, To that end we intend to offer the praising the spirit of fraternity whichis
The jury sometimes neglects to con- I and other places are advising property stock of this company to the publicin shown by this order which marks

vict On circumstantial evidence, but owners to "plant hybiscus." The shares from $50 up so that ever"y the resting places of its departed sov- \ ? a
advice is but edition ,
of
the neighbors never do. good our new stockholder may share in the profitsof ereigns with enduring monuments of
Webster fails to such word 01
o give any the company and to make it more stone. The intrinsic value of the mon-
here in Orlando where the
The fact that the fool killer neg- and flower truly co-operative we are working on ument itself was small, said he, but
lects his business contributes much to grows in the most gorgeous beautywe a plan to allow our customers who the brotherly love and affection sym-
the safety of most of us. spell it "hibiscus," and we have are not shareholders to have a partin bolized by them was the most impor-

o the dictionary for authority.A the profits of the company. The tant and valuable portion of this giftto

It is only after a man becomes rich -0- exact plan will be announced later. the departed.The .

and famous that you recall the fact Pennsylvania paper wishes to Further, we expect the stockholdersof influence of the deceased, said IWt.SduSner&:ilirx
know what has become of the
that you and he were schoolmates.The man this company to have part in the the governor, will linger long after
o who used to travel over the country selections of itsofficers, ; that while the cold marble slabs erected to their

Czar, having started for the with a long string of Columbus buggies the company has its officers now, memory have crumbled into dust.

front, is likely to find the front will- which. he sold to town folks and they only hold to January, when the Beautifully eulogizing the departedones .
ing to meet him more than half way. farmers at any price he could get regular officers will be elected; as the governor continued: Off comes part of the priceon
from to $75 each. The lastwe '
$37.50
o someone had to incorporate it, and as "These friends with whom we a
In novels the man nearly always saw tf him he carried on his arm the Yowell-Duckworth Company own short while ago enjoyed pleasant as-

marries the right woman. And he a big market basket filled with Ford the stores now, there was no one else sociation are removed visibly from the Hart Schaffner &
automobiles which he
succeeds in doing so about half the was peddlingout to do it until the company is formed outward eye; but the lessons they every
time in real life. to the same people who formerly and stock sold; then the matter will taught, the good they wrought, the
o bought the buggies that made Columbus be handled by its stockholders. In sentiments they uttered and the gen-

It is going counter to popular opin- Ohio, famous.RETRIBUTION. fact, it is our aim and hope that you, erosity by which they were characterized Marx suit for summer

ion to say so, but the fact is no lady and you, and you, can say in a sub- still survive and speak eloquently
can properly support a husband by stantial way "Our Grocery Com- of their faithful lives, and affordus
taking in washings. There are those who believe that pany." encouragement in the principles of

o history is made under Divine super- Mr. E. H. Gore will be the head and right, of justice and o fbrotherly love.

We brag about freeing the slaves, vision. They will point oit to you manager of the new company and "Woodcraft honors itself in honor-

but nobody seems to be doing any- some antedating cause for every will be ably assisted by Mr. H. p.i ing its dead. A true Woodman must WE'VE clipped the fig-

thing for the woman who becomes the event recorded on the pales, of his- Scott. These, with the help of the be and is a good man, and every

mother of seven or eight children.We tory. When Spain was so badly battered regular force of the two stores, will worthy citizen is deserving of the esteem -

o up by the Americans a few bend every effort to serve you in the of his fellows in life, and shouldbe ures pretty close in

are careless of the things that years ago they pointed out the fact very best way in point of delivery, in remembered long after the course
come to us naturally. That may be that centuries ago that nation had price and service. of life has been spent."

the reason some women we know take very badly mistreated the Jews. And Our policy will be strictly one priceto Counsellor Commander D. L. Haw-
order make
it
such particular care of their complex- now, when it would seem that England every one, and that the lowest.In ley read the beautiful ceremonial rit- to a specially

ions. is to be humiliated, they readily conclusion, we wish to thank ual of the Woodmen prescribed for

o turn to the pages of history and point every one for every dollar you have such ceremonies, and as he reached

A Chicago judge had to adjourn out the fact that England was re- spent with us in the past, and hopeto that point where the monuments were attractive inducement for

court when news came that his wife sponsilbe for forcing the opium trade conduct the new firm in a way that to be unveiled a signal was given and

had triplets. He ought to have got- upon a defenseless nation, China, and you will take pride in and can fully assistants stationed at each of the
ten out' an injunction against the thus committed the greatest crime of refer to it as "Our Grocery"*Com- monuments withdrew the veils. There
stork. the nineteenth century. Who shall pany." was but one ceremony for the four you to help us clear our

o say that this is not true? Gainesville YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO. monuments, but as the names of each

There isn't a freak reform idea of Sun. GROCERY DEPT. of the deceased was read off Dr. B. C.

any kind that wouldn't work all rightif o CARUTHERS & GORE. Abernethy, master of ceremonies, Stock for fall goods.
all people were honest-and for The honest man whom old Diogenes 7-6-2t tossed a pure and spotless white dove _

that reason most of them never will sought for vainly in ancient Greece high into the air, thus symbolizingthe
work. has been found in modern Georgia.Oh BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE AT freedom of the soul when liber-

o no, not in Atlanta! The man is NOON FOR THE DAY ated from its earthly cage of clay.

Canned fruits will be abundant this J. P. Turner, a farmer who lives the The last address of the afternoonwas The clothe themselves are [four
fall, it is said, but not because most other side of Decatur. He comes to Because of the fact that yesterdaywas delivered by Major C. H. Dame
housewives are staying at home from Atlanta sometimes but doesn't stay universally observed as a national of Ocala, who in beautiful and well

automobile riding in order to put up long. The last time he came was holiday almost all of the business chosen language lauded the memoryof most convincing argument the
more preserves. Saturday. He found a fat wallet full houses in the city closed for the af- the dead and gave a few interest- ;

I 0 of big greenbacks. He hurried tothe ternoon. ing facts concerning the growth and

Man never realizes the total depravity police and told him all about it. The banks were closed for the en- work of the Woodmen of the World. don't tell much
of mankind in general until "It's got",a lot of money in it, but it's tire business day, and the postoffice Sacred music was rendered duringthe prices you so don'tgo

some one steals from him the um- not my money, and the owner can get only opened for the hours between exercises by the Mclntosh band.

brella he stole from some other man. it by describing it," he told the chief. eight and ten o'clock. One deliveryof Brief but impressive were these entirely by these details
-Cincinnati Enqu'rer.' Several bystanders are reported to mail by carrier was made duringthe parting exercises by which Magnolia j or any
o have fainted. day but there were no: R. F. D. Camp No. 4 honored the memory of -

A French scientist claims to have o deliveries. its departed dead on Sabbath afternoon -
others that read
the
discovered the origin of fashions, but Tattlers are confined to no particular Owing to the fact of the big cele- and long will they be recollected you may ; see

as no mention is made of the Gardenof class of society. They belong to bration which was on at Kissimmee with pleasure by relatives and

Eden, it may be put down as an- all classes, and operate in all. We Orlando presented somewhat the appearance friends of the departed sovereigns I
other bluff. Washington Post. fi! .d them among the rich and the of a deserted city most of W. F. Barber, T. H. Barlow, L P. goods.
poor-"upper ten" and the "lower the day. The special train which Coop, Mark White.
-o-
Hydraulic cartridges, used to break million," in the church and out of it. pulled out for Kissimmee at 8:53a.m.

down coal in English mines, not only They are people who have no higher was crowded to the guards with a WANTED TO RENT-Five or six
avoid all danger of explosion, but pro- ambition than to be well informed in jolly crowd of merrymakers south room house, close in, with sleeping
regard to other people's private business bound for the purpose of assistingin porch; family of two; must be rea- Any
duce of
a greater proportion large- sonable to permanent tenants. Box
and to exult in fiendish triumph the festivities at our sister city.A 20.00
sized coal than blasting powder. I 93, city. 7-6-lt
over the wounded feelings and bruised I 14.00

In half dozen states- that vote on hearts of their innocent victims. BUMPER CORN CROP 22:50: Palm Beach

o The recent rains have greatly
this fall the
women suffrage men are FIELD'STODAY
doing their best to preserve neutral- The share of the United States in helped the corn crop in Orange coun-

ity and to hold the warring factionsof feeding the world, a task vastly increased ty and a bumper crop may reasonablybe Suit

women to strict accountability. by the European war, was "Tp cted. All crops are looking
o ,disclosed yesterday in statistics of** ,.well and with reasonably good weather 25.00

Scientists have located the original commerce department. F' stuffs I. the harvest of sweet potatoes in for
V paradise in Mesopotamia. This will valued at $724,000,000 w* '. exported the fall will also be heavy. : 17.50 1 1MO

not prevent the reviewers, however, during the eleven months ending I During an automobile ride over the 27.50

from pointing out the mistake of the July 1. This was tl principal factorin I southern part of the county Sunday, CHOCOLATES $6.50DicksonIves
scientists of Pennsylvania in locatingit the nation's billion dollar foreign I a Sentinel representative saw many VANILLA 30.00

in Orange trade balance. things to attract, but was greatly impressed -
county.o o with the corn crop. It was a PINEAPPLEICE

By September 1st Orange county There is one way in which you can revelation to him and those with him. CREAMS

will have 60 miles of brick paved avoid the submarines, if you are go- the rains have helped more than us-
highways. The citizens of that coun- ing to take a vacation, and that is by ual because much of the corn crop is \

ty know the value of brick for paving traveling in Florida. A trip up the late. -

purposes. They also know that brick famous St. Johns river or to Havana, I CANTALOUPE SUNDAE
are the most economical material on Cuba, will be well worth taking, and CAR FOR DR. ANNA SHAWi

the market.-Apalachicola Times. you will see almost as much as you Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, presidentof 10 cents
o can see on any of your travels. the National American Woman Co

Orlando is certainly missing those o I Suffrage Association, left New York
air concerts which were greatly Woman Suffragists have presentedDr. June 30 for her home at Moylan Pa.,
open
.
Anna Howard Shaw, president of
in a new automobile the gift of the CLUB SANDWICHES A
last
enjoyed by so many summer. I their national association, with a
What has become of her once superb ."Suffrage-yellow automobile." The suffragists of New York state. The SPECIALTY
band-Orlando Sentinel. West Palm act evidences their esteem; but is a car was presented to Dr. Shaw in
gift of an automobile in the last .DEPARTMENT STORf.
Beach still has her good band and analysis a true token of friendship? front of national suffrage headquarters -
open air concerts in the city park. -New York World. : on Fifth avenue and christenedthe

Come over and enjoy ours as you o "Eastern Victory." ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

have none of your own-we are not One person in every thirtyfiveowns "This is a long way," said'Dr. Shaw, The Store of true service, of never-falling courtesy -
; all selfish.Tropical Sun. Sure, an automobile, and the other accepting the gift, "from the days LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE
it of fair dealing of trustworthy merchandise
them.-Times- when Susan B. and I ,
thirty-four dodge Anthony campaigned -
after have listened to the
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band ycome UNTIL 12 P.M.
at right prices
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t West Palm Beach a white Union. together with one suit case,
his to volelrav? where Neptune min- u because we hadn't clothes enough to
gles fanned by with the music and you Some primary flowers are inclinedto fill two; when we rode in buckboards, =
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Following the ceremony a beauti- U
Tuesday, July 6.
Sans y "ci, Mrs. Schnarr hostess.1.1eetfn1'jf ful reception was held at the home of the honor of introducing to the photoplay public for the first time 1 l lin
the Missionary Society of the bride's mother, Mrs. William r
THE CHARMING CELEBRITY OF NEW YORK AND LONDON
the Presbyterian church. Drennen, on Glenn avenue. Here a J
Younger Matrons, Mrs. James Ma- of and flogers }
profusion foliage summer
Sewing gruder Circle hostess.of M. E. church meets gave a festive air to the surround- J: -A CL-A'JRE 4r'I ; II ....'}
J with Mrs. W. T. Walker. ings. The decorations in the dining '
Wt'dnesdaJuly 7. room were especially' beautiful the j
Mrs. Blythe Watson "at home."
dining table being centered with a ''' j
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Bachelor Girls, Mrs. L. T. Hewitt
hostess. large wedding cake, encircled by 14 1 j/ l
Friday, July 9. roses. A plate supper was served
Monthly business meeting W. C. T. U.I I here. Punch was served by Miss\ Judith e 0 i 6 0 j
at Baptist church, 3:30 p. m.
Jones and Miss Helen Hudson. 1
-0BISSELLDRENNEN-- Look at the watch in our window to be given away 1
Mrs. Drennen received her
guests '* by the W. 0. \%. as a prize.
WEDDING SOLEMNIZED.The wearing a black lace dress the rich- y 'j Our window is full of all kinds of W. 0. W. Emblems,
following from the Birming- ness of which was enhanced by the f Pins, Rings, Buttons and Charms, both gold and gold '
addition of of lil'-"
a valley
corsage i 1 t (
will be of interest to the + filled.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bissell left late in the :
many Orlando friends of the bride evening for a lengthy wedding trip, fI5"
I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
who has visited here, and
frequently following which they will be at home \'X.j\ ,
is a former student of Rollins Collegein 1 i
Winter Park: I home.in Birmingham at their Chestnut Hill rnT TL. {

July in Birmingham social circles I .\, ,
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was ushered in yesterday with one of \ 1
I SENIOR CLASSORGANIZES. -- Remember, two coats of Patton's !
the prettiest weddings>of the summer -5 Velumina gives results equal to three i
season when Miss Margaret Dremen, i ? or four coats of ordinary flat wall' '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William In the dean's study, Sunday after- i'' ; paints. Remember, it needs no :size j
Drennen, was married in the eveningto I noon at 5:15, the senior class of the \ or surfacer flows easily shows no
laps or brush marks gives a rich, :!!
Harold Elmer Bissell. The wed- Episcopal Sunday school met with I II uniform tone, and dries with a film, ;,#
ding took place at 8 o'clock at the I their teacher, Miss Corinne Robinson, Making her photodramatic debut as the piquant heroine of r washable and durable.
for the of and :Agents for high-grade varnishes,
first Methodist church, and was beau purpose organizing laRiislt
.. tiful in every detail. '[electing officers. "The Wild Goose Chase"A paints and wallpaper.
The church was elaborately deco- The entire class was not in attend- WAi

rated for the wedding, palms' ferns ,:ance, but enough were there to carryon Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
and smilax being used to bank the the business. Those present were: picturization from the famous romantic comedy of the same name by rN1
:
altar, the green background being II Misses Corinne Robinson, Anna Jones Wm. C. De Mills / I 205 S. Orange Avenue
dotted at frequent intervals by the Madeline Allen, Bessie Allen, Lucile A delightful star who has won applause on two continents.A 1
use of white lilies and gladioli. :Tatum, Corinne Walton, and Messrs. Comedy that will delight discriminating audiences.A COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
The ceremony was witnessed by a I Eric Lind Clifford Tatum Fred Fry, supporting company Q could not be excelled, including Theodore Roberts.
large and fashionable assemblage,and !Thos. W. Hewlett.

while the guests were gathering a I Miss Robinson presided pro tern lOc FOUR BIG REELS 20c ;
beautiful organ program was given and suggested that as the reason for
by Mrs. William Gussen. II organizing was to stimulate interest ._m .hh_. hnn un nn... NEW ICE COMPANY 1
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in the
The bridal party was led by the class each member should .
I
groomsmen and bridesmaids, who en- work with that aim in view. PHONE 675
tered in alternate' couples as follows: I The election of officers resulted as ROOf ( THEATRE ; ; :..1J\
Miss+ Ireta McCrossin and Miss Elea- follows: '. -J
nor Messer and Mr. Frank Wilson Miss Bessie Allen, president; Miss Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ."- ., -. !

and Ernest All; Miss Hortense Bissell Anna Jones, vice-president; Mr. Clifford Admission 5 CentsTODAY'S
and Miss Alice Bowie and Mr. Donald Tatum, secretary; :Mr. Thos. W. Delivery starts
Drennen and Mr. Elbert Jemison; Hewlett, treasurer. _
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Miss Susie Nabb and Miss Edith Gold and purple were chosen as col- 5th
PROGRAM Monday July
Chamberlain and Mr. Robert Snow ors, and pansies for the class flower. "Ex-convict 4287." A ,
and Mr. Frank Cunnigham; Miss The queston of a motto WI s deferred King Baggot with of today, in two reels. .. ,
Alma Messer and Miss Alice Jones until Sunday morning, July 11, 9:15a. "Her Husband and His -" :"" + > -
and Mr. W. D. Johnson and Mr. Neal m., when the next meeting will be "A STRANGE ." A'comedy.. "Beating Hearts and

Maxwell. held.Various ." Wait fos our wagon. We think you will :
French organdie formed the basis plans were discussed for good reels of Mutual movies.
of the frocks worn by the bridesmaids future work and social activities until A three act forget we have a Keystone com- like our ice. 4
while filmy lace furnished a the motion to adjourn was carriedat cents to all. .if
pretty trimming. They carried pink 6:15. 1
Killarney roses. The men wore white -- I
linen suits. SOCIETY NOTESOF ,
"THE WOMAN
Mrs.: James Beeland, of Greenville,
was matron of honor to Miss Drennen, INTEREST.Miss I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
and Miss Lydia Eustis was her maid Netta Levine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine of North Gene Gauntier and
of honor. They were gowned alike in
has arrived home! Established
Orange avenue 1886
chiffon and carried
pink pink roses
with from New York city. She was escorted Comedy. Big
showered valley lilies.
Mr. J. Cohen, of New York.
by
The bride entered with her brother,
Hubert Drennen. They met Mr. Bis- The young couple expect to be joinedin
sell and his best man, James Simpson, wedlock in a few weeks. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

at the altar, where the ceremony was THE ONE
performed by the Rev. L. C. Brans- Miss Carolyn Harris has returnedto The Coolest
comb. Miss Drennen wore a distinctive t her home in Orlando, after spend- LOANS'
gown of white chiffon over a taffeta ing a week or ten days in Jacksonville -
foundation, with chantilly lace the attractive guest of Miss
trimmings. Her veil was edged with I Maude Ray, at her home in Springfield REAL ESTATE RENTALS
real lace, was caught with valley .-Times-Union. A parasol .
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IIMitttlMMIItMtlHtMimtUMmillHIMIIMMIIIItltnilllitMilllllll if NEW CYPRESS BRICK HUERTA'S SECRETARY AR- SPECIAL MEETING BOARD OF

MAY LOWER COST RESTED TRADE TUESDAY
OF PAVING.
El Paso, Tex., July 3.-Jose Del-1 There win be no regular meetng of
Paving blocks made from Florida
gado, assistant secretary to Huerta, the Board of Trade Monday night on
t cypress sawdust and hydroline' an as- and Enrique Gastaite, another Huerta -I account of the fourth of July celebration -

phaltic composition, under a pressureof official, were arrested this afternoon but there will be a special meet-

..: from fifty to a hundred tons, may on a charge of violating neutrality -I ing Tuesday night and plans of the
SPEND revolutionize the paving industry of taws.Sentinel new Board of Trade building will be
the United States within the next few submitted.
I All citizens are ested
if the of coterie of Kis-
-
years plans a Want Ads Pay. to be present.
( .. simmee business men reach a successful
consummation.
4K Experiments which have covered a !

: period of years are bound up in the 1
H Your Money production of this new brick which I

has been manufactured in small quantities DISCOUNT ON fURNITURE

,, '. at the plant of the Everglades
Cypress' Lumber company at Loughman -

.. : south of this city on the mainline
YetKeepIti of the Atlantic Coast Line rail To reduce our stock as much as

way, under the direct supervision and much as possible by the 15th, will
the guiding scientific management of

.. J T. Wade Tucker, the manager of the give a
plant, who Eves in Kissimmee.Kissimmee -
Valley Gazette. Discount of 25 Per Centoff

HOW
i WARM AND DRY our regular cash price on any
i portion of every dollar you spend with the below merchants IN ORLANDO. -
xH goods in store.Hammond.
( ( has already been deposited with us for you. There is not much doubt about it

being warm and dry, warm in all

E How obtained parts of the country and dry in many

sections of the state, and rain is
When the merchant deposits the money with us we give him needed to stimulate vegetation and Gore

f as a certificate of deposit certain metal checks of various denom- refresh mankind. There have been

inations bearing our trade mark, which are called Savings Checks. nice cool refreshing breezes after the FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .

t When you buy from the merchant for cash or pay your bill sun goes down that have made these Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando. Fla.

t: before the 10th'of any month he gives you, a V& cent check for beautiful> moonlight nights simply delightful -

..- each 25 cents spent, or on the basis of 2 cents for every dollar. but that brings no cause for "
special wonder or "overcomes us likea
f For instance: If your bill for last month amounted to $50.00 summer cloud." It is but one of
and you pay it before the 10th of this month, the merchant will
the
natural conditions of life, an or-
I give you a savings check for $1.00. dinary event that will
pass away as
Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsBUY
J Or another instance: If you purchase for cash ,so small an the summer days wax and wane.
amount as 25 cents worth the merchant will give you a Savings

Check for y cent., or if you spend 50 cents he will give you one KAISER OFSTERNER

worth 1 cent, and if you spend $1.00 he will give you one worth 2 STUFF.
etc. the basis of cent quarter dollar That is a doubtful story about Kai-
cents, etc., on 1 on every you ser Wilhelm weeping over the German YOUR FEEDS EARLY

spend. slain on a western battle field
and saying, "I have not willed this."
: How depositedTo As a logician, the emperor knows thata
man who wills an act wills its predictable -

us, these checks are money already deposited in trust for was consequences.said to have been Louis so affectedby Napoleon Fresh shipments of

you. the suffering on Lombard fields
either themselves with other that he signed the peace of Villa- HAY "TAMPA SPECIAL" "GEM" SWEET
Bring them to us, by or money,
and we will credit your savings account with them, and they\ begin franca Cavour eagerly and the and Italians.hastily The, offending Kaiseris WHEAT, Etc.

drawing interest at 4 per cent. per annum for you, and anytime made of sterner stuff.-New York

after they have been deposited for one year, you can withdrawthe kVorld. "
"Live and Let Live
cash for them if you desire. ,
MEANEST MAN.Kansas .
be deposited in present savings account if
They may your City Journal: "Atchison'smeanest
you have one with this bank, or are good to open a new account man recently borrowed a dollar The Co-Operative Produce Company
with us (in our savings department) if you have no account with of"a barber and bought a safety
razor, says the Jamestown Optimist.'Jamestown's .
this bank now. meanest man brought
four children into a store and had .... m 1
How valuable? I them; fitted with shoes. He didn't buy
the shoes, though. He wanted to get b

They are worth their face value in gold plus 4 per cent interest the der proper them from sizes a so catalogue that he house.could "or-

ti for they may be withdrawn in gold together with the interest L

they have earned after they have worked for you one year. It is up to the county commissioners

t' By trading with these merchants they have saved you this under the new game law, to appoint -

money-have deposited it here for youit is yours. Let every- that[ all a county game laws game are warden observed to see in

t, one have a savings account. the county. He shall serve until the
and have in the Tuesday after the first Monday in
If you spend only $42.00 a month you save
January, 1917, or till his successor is
bank over $10.00 a year. If you spend more than that you will duly qualified, unless sooner removedfor _
i have a proportionately larger savings account. cause. This is an an elective of- \
fice now and the game warden that ;
.J will succeed this appointed one will L
The Big Advantage have to be nominated in the primaryand
r. voted for in the next election the
same as other county officers.-Palm
Of this system over every other is that it not only encourages you/ Beach Tropical Sun.

to be thrifty and save, but actually has placed the money for you ==:k
Anyone needing the services of
bank where cannot have it until dollar has earned I
in the you every Florida's governor on the fourth of
", 4 cents for July will find him at Orlando, if plansof
c- you.How the celebration committee do not
y slip a cog. Governor Trammell is an- tA NEW OPPORTUNITY .
nounced next Sunday to deliver an
much have saved ?
you address in Orlando to tre Woodmenof for the Man or Woman who says,
the World on their Tiual memo-
How much have you in the savings bank for sicknessfordeath rial occasion.-Miami Metropolis.The .*, '"Now if Lonly had a Typewriter

for any future requirement or emergency? know how fast the dates grow old on your pught-to-be-aniwered letter
St. Cloud Tribune in its last issue YOU think of the labor of slowly penning the it u a
Jefferson Davis said: "The lesson we must learn is the value you pages usually
: "The Good Book thereis
says says of the Spanish UMananaU-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which
of and the value of saving I cannot state this too sin but fails to
money money. an unpardonable make letter-answering almost as pleasant ai letter-receiving. It ii not a large
emphatically." state exactly what that sin is. Herein Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
St. Cloud we have a definition of is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres
And Robert E. Lee said: When to the intelligence of Southern that paragraph in that Book of All pondence. And its price is only $SO.OO. Here at last is the high-class, home
men we have added the wholesale instinct of saving money, Books. We have a city council thatpatronizes machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.Don't. .
mail order houses in
no race will equal us. pur-
chasing supplies for the city." pen it-type itT

?VERY phase of modern life has Its bnsl* ink Marathon to a type-clicking! hundred-
Transferable! :Morgan Was Negotiating for British S->InwrltiDZ.especiaIly.ltpaYI yarddash.Anddeanlytypedpagesscoreto
be bnsiness-fke. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof.
Loan of $100,000,000New of a club lodge or society. e the Ministers authors and newspaper) men
r The checks are transferable; are good for there face valueto York, July Negotiations cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word"'fairly flies to
tip a chair. In a jiffy you can type the thefrfingertipswhen they Ik IM k on an easy-
the holder of them when deposited in our Savings Department. were reported in progress today between tices of meetings records of minutes.or running typewriter>> the Remington
They are not good to spend-they are Saving Checks-the merchant treasury officials and a groupof letters.bas the"hundred-dollar"Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.And do not overlook the Important business .
has saved this by trading with him and the If you are a committee chairman,type vantage of making carbon copies
money ,
you New York bankers, headed by J. P. your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything yon write. Yon need never
money must be saved. Morgan & Co., for floating in this They will race through the machine the say."I don't remember' what 1 wrote."
merry music of the type. With no extra effort,the Remington Junior
country a $100,000,000 British war Students high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates e
change"paper"writing from the pen-and- whenever you wisn.
-- The Merchants loan.

Reports disagree as to the natureof Something New in Typewriters-the
The terms of the contest, agreed to by the above merchants, 4
the loan. In some sources it was
are these: described as a part of the recently
1st:Deposit the money for their customers here. authorized British war loan of $5- RemingthnJUNIOR
Distribute the Checks to cash customers and to
2nd: only 000,000,000, while in other quarters it
those who pay their bills in cash on or before the 10th of each was said it would be a separate loan

month. bearing interest at 5 per cent. THI8 compact nachlaa U not eanlcped with COO down ant the ass amount each-month,
r 3rd:Distribute these checks to all customers regardless of It was understood that the offering Inatoa 1 thetutaehmeat.neoe.erylothettiOJuaemu tnuui..*t, writ imply a oily-equipped home-letter. lately flrut>grade personal typewriter
sex, age or color. .... would be increased possibly to $300- writing and mannicnptlng machine. hoe IbewpnrpoM at.. low price. Write. today for AWrtpUrebooklet. :
JOG will find in everyday me .. Donwait. lam!****.ow. j
:' 4th:-Any merchant not complying with above can be 000,000 if the bonds were well received Irmlted. If you have immediate writing to d0..aa1. u*
order amd will
It check
It oecnpiM little space on your desk. itIltht. C W IB cao. r money
dropped from the contest, and any desiring to stop may do so. Proceeds, it is said, will be .Yoa can eanlymo* ltrom place to place. end yen theit.mtaatoaJ.aiee.4..ca.ThemYoo
will find It a rood Umrtll.'Ia""lDe." fOOl can see for roaraelf how moom rom learn to
5 After the contest is started firms to be added left in America, to be drawn againstby for yonnelf and other'member of your family write' rapidly. If yow wUh tn return it after UdayiT
,
f :- no new are who hare writing to do. Yon will find U an trial,yon maldo.oj We will refund you*
f if their line of business.. is represented in the above list. the British government in the pur- excellent The1temiACtDa.JllaloriethehoaMtJ1)eWY'ltfop educator for your'children. f Kemember.00.I.M the and tb.lemfntwsJunior of transportation. Ua cenu.Ine. .
., chase of munitions and other yo hare been welting for.' o.rt.ermearel."JO.OO durable Kemlncton nc.r-e&n7iaC
t war cash.or U yoa prefer'the Eay Payment laDe the Iron-clad BeD DctOD Guaxante )
Allen & Jewelers. Gordon's
Company, Bakery. supplies.C. fI
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs. -
Remington Typewriter Company
Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. ,
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pare Food Store, Groceries. H. Hoeffler and family have arrived (
Lt I Drennen-Lattner Cu., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. from Orlando, where they have 226 West Bay Street .
John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.Young's JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
been living, and will make their homein Till in At attached adara -
J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc. coupe .-aa4
and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept. future in Lakeland, having rentedone .. Mf Hit today. use..a elP JOd s ______
4 avenue and Arcade building. Store. of the Lapham houses on South iAbe p, pe ______ _
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. Florida avenue which has been occupied )l.r .. .:; 02.

for the past few months by Miss td'Co ptotwhieh m 1t .u1At
t 'ao'- ,.-4
l i ash
ire.tth3 receipt
\ ; 1'.t ...ofEtna Io
Nuna Patton. Miss Patton will '
retain
1 a 1Ol'' 'Ivehi.ta tan iO.enstr .A4i\loaal
one room at this place until the : oo.l_t \O pa11t .

rLf : PEOPLES( NATIONAL BANK departure of her sister, Miss Hattie 11 4 1 m ..\b11&be of$i>.ooea oC oo of &be gemtnc+

Patton, after which she will have a p.D 1Doa let p 11

room at the home of Dr. and Mrs. B. aasttea

\ H. Maynard.-Lakeland Star. 1 9: t


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Dumber, Latl1s and Shingles SENTINELWANT BIGSPECIAL ARCADE ;




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The Morning Sentinel Want DEPOT'BUTTER
... ORLANDO Directory is the Greatest Want !
Ad Medium in Orlando.
OF

Terms Cash in Advance. -

Cement, Agatile Plaster and LimeREMEMBER RATESFor MILK

= One Day ----______-25t Fresh Every Day. ;
For Three Days _________50c GROCERIESSATURDAY 5c. per glass
L For Six Days ------________75c 25c. per gallon
For One Month ----________$2. 0 CREAM AND MIL i
This rate applies on all ads of .
25 words or less. If the ad con- BUTTER ,
tains more than 25 words the rate Fresh Homemade ;
will be one cent per word for SANDWICHESPIES
o each additional word, for each in- AND CAKES
sertion.If E
you can't bring your ad to AND
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be .
payable the following day. ARCADEMILKDEPOTMRS.

t MONDAY :
Every Home-Ever Business-
Every Alan has use for a E. M PARRY .'
Sentinel Want Ad. '



I FOR SALE Carut ers & Gore Dr. S.CHIROPRACTOR S. Jones 'j'


." FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or 6 and 8 EAST PINE STREET graduate Davenport College, 17 and '
unfurnished, 7 room house; large 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ;
/ garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% 209. Intelligent people everywhere
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit are being restored to health by chiro- '
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- and flowers. 205 -Liberty street. practic adjustments, the new science j
6-19-lmoc of removing the cause of disease. Examination .,
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best free. 12-21-lmo
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Colollial l ] Hill

; I '. 'fuel. / 7-3-tf and wind shield, at Ford Garage.

SURVEYINGPlating 1
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers.
FOR SALE-Cheao if taken at once, You hear about Co-
will be glad one roll top desk; one desk chair; and Sub-Dividing j
Then will and peeople
more people use gas- more '
!!
one 12-inch electric fan. L. H.Finley, lonial Hills. '
of corner Main and Pine streets. 7-2-6t PROMPT AND ACCURATE \\
it.If You read about Colo- WORK
your gas service is not all that you think it should be FOR SALE i
SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER nial Hills.
Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. CAR. THIS IS A BAR HAL A. IRISHCivil
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD You talk about Colo-
II CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf Engineer ;
I nial Hills. -
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
one quarter mile from city limits; Sooner or later you
fine for citrus or subdivision
very pur-
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. will buy in Colonial PHONE 646 j

FOR RENT Hills. Why not NOW! For Eight Cylinder Cadillac ;

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- It will give you satis- FOR SEASHORE, MOUNTAINOR

,1 mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. faction and profit. TOWN TRIPS 1

Yancey. 3-28-tfc BARNARD & SON

GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial CARL DANN 17 Hpghey Street Orlando, Fla. :
WANTED
12-10-lia :
1
WANTED-10,000 sweet potato slips, ,. ,.
cut from vine for settm out. C. -;> :

Hope 7-3-3t Arden Box 626, Orlando, Fla. USE.. Connoisseurs Have }

'L Bassec 4} Judgment ;
WANTED good milk cows, noth-
ing under 12 quarts considered. GQQINSECTICIDE
:
Jerseys or Guernseys. Address C. D., .k
care Sentinel. 7-3-6t
On our work and pronounce it to
1 LOST Om white lawn dress, from : be the most satisfactory obtain-
car. Leave at Sentinel and get re able, not only in Orlando, but in
Sale ward. 7-3-3t every section where they have 1
in and around houseto
Umbrellas recovered and repaired your travelled. Take advantage of 1
"while you wait," at Young's Repair kill your best institutions. .. ,
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre MOSQUITOES, BED BUGS, FLEAS, I

MOTHS MITES ANTS AND Orlando
1
To reduce our stock as much as pos-
JUNE
BEGINNING SATURDAY 12
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof ALL OTHER INSECTSGECO
25 per cent. off our regular cash
And for two weeks price on any goods in store. Ham- Is;a stainless; liquid used witha Steam Laundry 1
continuing mond & Gore. 6-5-tf ; spray ;and guaranteed to do the
work. Don't set up and fight mosquitoes PHONE 88 "
all night. Spray your room "

I[ 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]I BUYERS AND SELLERSI with your GE-CO Groceryman and go get to it sleep.for yau.Have Or I
direct If hewlll not supply you. Put
buy, sell rent, and exchange real up by the Annual [Excursion
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I
over 30 years. Have handled over p fin ORLANDO

On all.Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, 20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. I G S. U. UU. FLORIDA -

:1 0. Box 28 5'J Phone 341. July 2ndTO
Kimonas and House Dresses
Use REX BRAND Sweeping Com-
Whenever you want the best and
choicest of pound and keep down the dust.
cuts meat ,phone L. C. Cox
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at on Church street and your order will
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES No individual with anything to sell !SEND US, YOUR $7.00 $9.00

or trade can successfully find a buyeror
SAVANNAH CHARLESTON
trader without the aid of'the Sen- ORDER
Come and look line
at
... our tinel want ads. Remember that its ROUND TRIP FARES FROM 3
the Orlando community. FOR

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. --- ORLANDOAtlantic

Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. Quality and service our motto. Cox's VLt
Meat Market Church street. 6-22-tf

HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale JOB PRINTINGCLINT Coast Line

at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gal-
lons, delivered to your home. City
Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf Standard Railroad of the South

Tickets |||| 0 MR Final lira- '

f .Pure Ice ream NOTICE BASSPHONE sold JULY U if July 14

The partnership of Davis and Man- 375WestJefferson Good on all regular trains
ning, painting and decorating, has
been dissolved, and notice is hereby Street Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars l
given that W. L. Davis will not be
When you want PURE ICE liable for any debts incurred by said Successor to
For firm. W. L. DAVIS.
Party For Information Call on
CREAM call for HAND'S. If Hand
WoodrCompany D. W.WHITE, D. T.A. .
don't believe that take
you we Club RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &T. A .J}
the greatest care in its manu- Wood of All Kinds 4 OrlandoOSTEOPATH
We make our Ice Cream from
facture come up and watch us Church Social Located in the Arcade BuildingAll PROMPT SERVICE '
tubercular tested cows. All 1
make it. You will be surprisedat work guaranteed and neat- REASONABLE
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cans, moulds and everythingused School Social :
the care every detail is given. I \
in the manufacture of our ly done. Our work is the best 1
Any kind you want, any time Lodge I
you want it. In any quantity Ice Cream is thoroughly steril and our prices are the lowest. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER, ..., i!
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from a quart up. ized. Picnic This is. the place to have your Cut Flowers Office corner Orange Avenue ani 1
old clothes made new. Church St., Davis & McNeil BJdg.
You are cordially invited to Phone 419. ?

inspect our factory at any Order Hands Pure : Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit and Plants

time. Ice Cream dry cleanedpressed60c. J

i Suit pressed ------______40c.( Floral Designs .
Jr"i All Palm Beaches scrubbedand e/-

pressed _____50c
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HANDS ICE CREAM CO. Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
Violet Dell Florist. L H. .RAMSDEUXOPTOMETRWTi
We do ladies' work also. Giveus .. ,FLORIDA
a trial and be convinced. ORLANDO. Jfcro

PHONE 566 W Jefferson Street Clothes called for and delivered. J. M. CARUTHERS: WX: FIT GLASSES.
AND DO AU8P.u.ms '.
f, Phone 613. Phone 509. 403 South Lake.St omeoy J.


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LOCAL Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer left to. SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH {teresting address in which he conPJ
ANDJWSONALMiss day for Orlando, where she will be SUNDAY NIGHT '
J pared the "Spirit of 76" as it manifested
the guest for a few weeks of Mrs. V.
Elma Fulwiler is itself at the birth of the nation
of Tampa, I
the guest of Miss Genevieve Brasfield, B. Chapman.-Ocala Star. The large new Baptist church was and the spirit of patriotism as
at the Pines. filled with patriotic! people Sunday seen at the present time Rev. J. B.
/ V Mr. M. H. Thatcher, a prominent evening, the occasion being a union I Ley, pastor of the Methodist church,
business man of Louisville Ky., arrived spoke with
Mr .F. M. Aldridge, Jr., leaves this patriotic service by the churches of eloquence and force on
in Orlando yesterday afternoonover the The I who the real
afternoon for Greenwood, Miss., to city. handsome auditoriumwas are patriots of the present -
visit his parents. the Atlantic Coast Line and will draped with large and small flags crisis-both in this country and
be in this section for several days and the chorus choir marched into Europe .
looking after business matters. Mr. their places to the strains of "Amer-
Mrs. W. H. Brokaw and children
Thatcher was governor of the Pan- ica," which they sang, accompaniedby Advertise in the Morning\ Sentineland
have gone to Kissimmee to spend the
ama Canal Zone during President the get results.
Independence week with relatives. pipe organ. Lloyd S. Tenny
Taft's administration.Mr. acted as chairman of the gathering.Rev. .

I J. McKinnon read the Scrip- Otto R. Grosse, of Merritt, left Sat
Miss Elizabeth Russell will leave ]
Means Freedom today for Birmingham, Ala., to visit. Cary-Elwes left Tuesday for ture and offered prayer. The choir urday for. Providence, Rhode Island.
Orlando where he his sister several Mr. Grosse will return about
her father, Mr. J. P. Russell. joins and sang inspiring hymns appro- Sep
brother and goes by boat to Jackson- I I priate to the occasion, and Walter tember 1st accompanied by his wife

Mr. Frank P..Larson and family, f ville up the St. Johns river, and by Drennen and his sister, Mrs. F. N. and daughter, Miss Elizabeth. The
THE POWER and value of courage and !. steamer New York latter will attend the Cathedral schoolat
Jacksonville, are in Orlando on a visitto to city, and on to I Aldridge, sang a beautiful duet,
character stands out boldly in the man who, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Larson."Let's Cape Cod, Mass., where they win stay I "Calm as the Night Orlando.-News and Star, Cocoa.
through his thrift and steadfastness of purpose about three months. Monday night I Rev. J. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor of

1 grows financially independent, for ; meet at Butt's." the boys gave him a farewell party I the Presbyterian church, gave an in- Sentinel Want Ads Pay.INA .
I money is the mighty force that makes for I at his home, lots of good things to I
independence of and action.
thought
Mr. H. C. Allan, auditor for the eat and drink.-New Smyrna Breeze. \ ,
1 .
Every dollar you deposit in this long established i Citrus Exchange, with headquartersin '..iItI

bank begins to earn another dol- Tampa, was among the visitors to Guests registering at the San Juan
lar at once. Your money multiplies at 4 Orlando yesterday.Mr. hotel yesterday included Lacy John-

per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, son, Kissimmee; A. F. Barbour, Jos.
safety and soundly on the way to indepen- and Mrs. F. H. Rand and F. Vickey, L. Wellhouse, H. Sea- C

dence. A dollar opens an account. daughters, Misses Mary and Edith, groatt, J. C. Cook, Mack Hershberger,

motored to Orlando yesterday and Atlanta; C. E. Black, Montgomery;

spent several hours with friends.Mr. Z. Spinks, Oviedo; Park Trammell, I I A:1 I zLiI1r
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. I .
THE STATE BANK B. L. Griffin, the Ocoee orange Read, Miss J. H. Denny, Mulberry; H. I /'

r .. grower and all round farmer, was B. Goodrich, H. C. Allan, Tampa;
OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA among the prominent west Orange S. Handler, C. McCorkle and C'I

people in Orlando yesterday.Mr. J. A. Miller, J. Hugh White, Jackson-

"Saving Means Said 3ti ville; M. B. McNeely, Little Rock;
Harry Hoffner arrived Sunday F. Burt, New Orleans; J. G. Mathews -
morning from Jacksonville to spend Petersburg, Va.; W. P. Barnes, :
the Glorious Fourth with his parents, Macon; M. H. Thatcher, Louisville.
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoffner, at their

home on Lake Conway.Mr. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY


.... .. Louis
't2. Wellhouse, president of Ar-"TED-Nancy Hall potato vines.
l ..rli rPIt's the United Paper company, Atlanta, Phone 1021, or apply care Sentinel.
Ga., is spending today in Orlando onI I 7-6-ltc

business. He is making his head- ,
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-- quarters at the San Juan. WANTED-Position with a groceryor
general store in Orlando. Can .y.
work cheap; No. 1 references; 15 I wr .aw: '.;M .i ,
Mr. Randolph Robinson came down years experience. If you have an
from Jacksonville Sunday morningover opening, address Box 214, Fe. Meade,
the Seaboard Air Line to spenda Fla. 7-6-lt CLAIRE IN "THE WILD GOOSE CHASE," AT GRAND TODAY

AnEconomy! To couple of days with his father, Hon.B. .
M. Robinson. He returned last HUM MM Mill Mil tlll'I"'III II'IIII"II'1111"111IIII'II"II"USED IMtilM jf

Buy Now! evening.Mr. .

J. Hugh White, of Jacksonville,
is in Orlando on one of his annual CAR BARGAINS
trips and is making his home at the
San Juan. Mr. White is one of the

oldest and most popular travelingmen
"ELDER"Spring who come to this city.

Runabout overhauled
Mr. M. F. McDonald, of Zellwood, 1 repainted,
was in Orlando yesterday for several

hours, leaving on the north bound shock absorbers
Water train over the Atlantic Coast Line for new top, $ 3 5 0

Jacksonville, where he will remain fully equipped at -
for the next two weeks. ,

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Miss Genevieve Cross has returnedto

Is a standard for her home in Atlanta after spend- Runabout Speedster repainted
ing a couple of days in Jacksonville ,
purity aids diges- en route home from Orlando, where
she has been visiting relatives.- electric lights, new tires throughout. -
tion and eliminates Times-Union.

o Fast and in ( 0 K fi
acidity. :: :: ni Mrs. J. W. Rinaldi and sons, Masters per- $

Billie and John, came up from feet condition for O U UI
to visit relatives and friends. ,
i This being accomplished a world of sick Tampa :
Mrs. Rinaldi is the guest of her sister -
is saved. Nature Water
ness provided Spring Mrs. A. W. Acree, at her pretty

and Spring Water alone for. mankind and home on the corner of Church and

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Palmetto streets.r I San Juan Garage Company

o NOW County Commissioner E. L. Brown,
of Fort Christmas was in Orlando

yesterday attending a meeting of the
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"- 0 board. Mrs. Brown and friend Mrs.J. "LI' " '
W. Thornburg accompanied Mr. -- ---
Elder Spring. Water Co. Brown and spent the day calling on

Ij friend t.nti taking in the eights.i ,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA INTESTATE LAWS

..t-t.. meet at ButtV
Phone WRIGHT 444
i y .
Miss Emma feet toice teacher in
often passed over ( : .
Unusual legal expressions are
Tampa, who has beenisiting Mr. .
interest the layman. "Intestate,"how.enr. ,
n. as of no to
Abernethy.. at her pretty homeon '
is a term that may bare a bearing on the -
East Central a\enue.Ieft yesterday -
toelfare of one.
-- afternoon over the Atlantic! CoastLine every:
fr OCIIItMilt8tttlilMMMMtHIIHIIMMmtllllilM for Tennessee inhere *>he will An *Intestat is one who fails provide for the
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1 I f the summer disposition of property and leaVes no will. Unwilled spy 3s
OJ. property is di rosed of according to the tt I ,

i i f Jo Mr. Kuth Harrington, of Orlando Intestate Law. % -

g and her three little cons came over This Company assists individuals to correctly .
o eValuable for a day on the excursion passing word aill; also act as! sole or co-executor under : fr ,. t
through New Smyrna to visit her a "iL .4 'JJY1

Diamond LostHow parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Webster. UNWILLED 7 '}
and other relatives. Mrs. Rachel

Spidell accompanied her on her return To put off writing one's will is to leave undone an '

trip for a short visit-New important duty. L4, +$

Smyrna Breeze. Unwilled propery is divided in accordance with
often this appears in the newspapers, the re- the provisions of the Intestate Laws, which provisions r
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horton, who may be entirely at variance with the owner's ,
: have been Mrs.
visiting John T. Fuller
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having it examined at our store at least once every wishes.
on Lucerne Circle, left-yesterday l
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof afternoon for their home in Arcadia.Mr. This Company writes wills clearly, expressing the ,

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin : W. C. Hooker, who was also a testator's wishes in correct legal phraseology;

our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's : guest at the home of Mrs Fuller, returned seals and safely keeps wills without charge if desired t .y .
t ; positively executes the provisions of the i i twill
to Arcadia
profit A trial will convince you.T.D.EVANS. Sunday afternoon.
: Governor Trammell joined Mr. and if appointed to do so.

: Mrs. Thornton at Kissimmee and was Further information on request.

I their guest while in DeSoto county, ,-.
I leaving there for Bradentown today


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I..u -- 0 Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over*'thre 0

;'y.( I Personal instruction under Dr. Still Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00"I
:.._ at Kirksville, Mo. r / .
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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