The morning sentinel
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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 8, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
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System ID: UF00079945:00080
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Mexican.Situation Still Intense RAILWAY TROLLEY CAR OPERATING ,I 150 FEET. Which Guards Way to Heart of
Wilson Silent-No Hopeof France-Germans Employ



London .
; NEW YORK, JULY 7.-BULLE- July -Using a concen-
R TIN.-A RUMOR HAS REACHED __ _. __ ______ ___n ___
THIS OFFICE THAT THE ADRI-' swept away the French entangle-


. COME FROM AN INTERCEPTED pushed their lines further forwardnear _

PRIVATE MESSAGE. But Will Be Announced in Full MYTH--BOTH SHIPS SAFE St. Mihiel, in a movement to en- $3,500 Improvement on Orlando .
circle Verdun, according to dispatches
Later-Rollins College Faces High School-Trustees
tonight. 3
Morgan Is Better -

New York, July .-The condition Successful and Pros- New York, Jury .-Both the Phil- erpool July 3. Reinforced by fresh levies which and Millage WasConsidered :

. of J. P. Morgan continues to improve perous YearW. adelphia and Saxonia, which were It was reported that Holt had writ- were not believed to.have served be-

with such rapidity that he was able warned to look out for a bomb which ten his wife at Dallas, Tex., that the fore in any of the theatres of war,

: today to rise from his bed unassisted. R. O'Neal, secretary and treas- was supposed to have been placed Saxonia would be destroyed by an the Teutons, while transporting great After an unusually lengthy session

urer of Rollins College, at Winter aboard one of them by Frank Holt, explosion today. forces further west in preparation fora begun on Tuesday the county school ,

>. No Hope of Peace in Mexico Park, Florida's oldest institution of have been heard from by wireless and Also Threatened PhiladelphiaIn renewed drive on Calais, have taken board adjourned at noon yesterday.A .

Washington, July 7.-Though fear- learning, yesterday announced that both ships have been searched from :the letter said to have been writ- occasion in the St. Mihiel section to part of the business taken up

ful conditions in Mexico City anda many additions were being made to stem to stern and both are safe. ten by Holt to his wife, Holt is saidto make a side step at the great fortress was the order for an election at 1
chaotic status of have asserted that either the Sax- which bars the way of the German legions -
things throughoutthe the already highly efficient faculty of Apopka on August 14 for the purpose 1
Republic of Mexico is restated to- that college for the ensuing school What Holt Didn't Do onia or Philadelphia would be destroyed -i to the heart of France. of voting on the issuance of $3,000 1

, day in dispatches to officials here, year of 19151916.The Glen Cove, N. Y., July 7.-Extraordinary by an explosion July 7. Paris admits the German attack bonds for school purposes. I

none of them is willing to discuss list of new instructors is not efforts were being made by Announcement that such a letter southeast of St. Mihiel, on a front The Bay Ridge school, which has l

even the probable attitude of Presi- complete but will be announced later. wireless, it was reported here, to de- had been written was made by one of extending from a hillock which dom- been suspended for several years,was t

dent Wilson. The officers of the college and the termine whether a portion of the hun- the men who called on Holt yester- inates the west bank of the Meuse as revived and arrangements have been i

The state department again had ,faculty are making plans for next dred pound shipment of dynamite sent day and talked with him for some far as Tete-a-Vache, in the forest of made for the reparing of the school.

telegrams from Shanklin, but only a year which will greatly increase the Frank Holt at Syosset, L. I., was time. Apremont, and succeeded at Vaux- building. -.

part of them were given out and referred i prestige of Rollins. aboard the Cunard liner Saxonia, Tl a Philadelphia sailed from New Ferry in penetrating the French lines Steps were also taken looking toward J d

to his arrival at Mexico City, Mr. O'Neal exceedingly optimistic which sailed from New York for Liv- Yori July 3 for Liverpool.YESTERDAY'S for a stretch of 700 yards. Later dispatches the erection of a building for
the Ivey school, and for the erection j i
state that infantry actions
and the statement that large consign- regards next and declared
as year of a building for a primary and inter- .!
have ceased the Germans
ments of drugs for hospitals there yesterday that he looked for one of WINTER GARDEN B. Y. P. U.RENDERS RESULTS remaining mediate school at or near Drennen
had been received: from Pachuica. The the most prosperous and successful INSPIRING PROGRAMAT in possession of captured trenches, Station. f
but being unable to extend their The trustees of the Orlando district !
general official opinion seems to be a years in the history of the college. BAPTIST CHURCH National League gains.In presented plans for extensive changes 4
concise summing up of the situation The completion of the brick road B -oklyn 4-0, Boston 3-0; second and repairs to be made to the high

'r yesterday by _the Brazilian minister between Winter Park and Orlando," The Winter Garden Baptist YoungPeople's gr;.. 16 innings, darkness. the fighting around Ypres the school building during the summer.
-.. .. British have not been allowed to, remain The.cost of. this,work will be -
. that there is--no hope' for peace, as said Mr. O'Neal, "will make it possible Union, twenty-six in number, Philadelphia 4-1, New York 5-0. I ? approximately -

. expressing the real condition, and that to operate a regular bus line be- visited the Orlando Union and rendered Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 7. long in the trenches which they The returns$3,500. from the five school .i
captured southwest of Pilken
now the question is between the tween Orlando and Rollins College. All that were scheduled. duringthe district elections held on June 17 for
White House and Mexico. "This line will be inaugurated at an inspiring program last even- American League early morning hours of yesterday the purpose of selecting trustees and

The tide has apparently turned, the opening of the first semester,Sep- ing along the lines of ::The Need, New York 13-5, Philadelphia 5-6. i according to dispatches from fixing the millage for the ensuing two
canvassed the board
were by
from a military standpoint, in favor tember 29. This line will give stu- Origin, and Work" of the Baptist Boston 9-1, Washington 4-0. I Berlin. After occupying the trenchesfor and years the results declared as follows: I

i of Villa. Dispatches to the state de- dents in Orlando and from other near- Young People's Union. Cleveland-Detroit, rain. a greater part of the day they Pine Castle-Elected as trustees,
were driven out by the German at- Messrs. C. J. Sweet J. F. Harris and ,
indicate that his forces ,
partment are
to to
by points an opportunity go Mr. Roberts, president of the or- St. Louis-Chicago, rain.
tack this J. W. Matchett.
evening, and remain be-
winnig in the vicinity of Paredon, Winter Park in the morning and return ganization, presided over the meeting, Federal League hind their old Winter Park-L. A. Hakes, Ed. F. ,;
West Monterey, where a desperate in the afternoon. and those who delivered speecheswere Brooklyn 2, Buffalo 3. Keezel. and W. H. Schultz.
battle has been in for about Fierce fighting in which the Ger- Union Dstrict-C. B. Partin, J. H.
progress "When the Orlando and Winter A. P. Swaidmark, F. H. Ma- Baltimore 3, Newark 5.
mans are employing flaming liquidsis Wheeler, J. B. Tries.Tangerine .
six days. Park railroad had its morning and afternoon guire, and A. W. Hurley. All the .All that were scheduled.
-George Baumgardner,
proceeding in the forest of Le
service some sixty day stu- talks were good and the music was South Atlantic League Prette. George Dwelley, E. A.Bennett.
DEATH YESTERDAY OF A BE- dents attended the college. With the well selected and beautifully ren- Augusta 2, Savannah 1. Ocoee-C. E. Bartlett, h. D. Sloan,

LOVED ORLANDO WOMAN bus line in operation we should have dered, making the program a decided Columbia 9, Charleston 2. A. R. Kellogg.All .
LET'S LAY IN A SUPPLY OF of the districts voting at this
Yesterday afternoon at 4:40 o'clock one hundred students attending the success. I Macon 3, Albany 2.JacksonvilleColumbus. FIELD GLASSES,TELESCOPESAND election voted three mills special. ,
Mrs. Florence N. Bunting, who has college this coming year." After the program refreshments too wet. school tax.Teachers.
been seriously ill for some time at Mr. O'Neal announced that the following were served in the Sunday school I Southern League SPECTACLESIn for the Orlando schools,

the home of her sister, Mrs. A. M. new instructors had been ob- roooms during which an informal social Memphis 2-3, Birmingham 11. yesterday's Sentinel there appeared as lished previously follows appointed and schoolJ. pub-
are as : High -
Meetze, 115 Grace street, passed to tained and were a substantial addi- hour was enjoyed.The New Orleans 1, Nashville 0. an article reporting that an W. Simmons, principal; Misses Eu-
her reward. tion to the faculty. social features are almost indispensable Mobile 6, Little Rock 5. aeroplarie had been sighted while nice DeLaney, Mollie E. Ray, Minnie

Mrs. Bunting leaves a number of. Miss Annie Bellows, who has suc- in Young People's work I Atlanta 6, Chattanooga 1. passing over Orlando. The newspa- Groves, Lillian Eldredge, and Professor -
Elmer Enlow. Grammar schoolsW.
"'relatives to mourn her loss, among cessfully taught in the Orlando high and after an occasion like this both I per had not been on the streets any S. Coleman, principal; Misses

them being her husband, S. V. Bunt- school, and was principal of the Apopka organizations feel stimulated to new SEWING CIRCLE ENTERTAINEDThe great length of time before a Mr. Mary Branham, Sarah Crawford, Eva

ing, who located in Orlando three schools, will be the instructor in endeavors.TO I' Hillman 'phoned in that the plane McQuarters, Ruby Wilkins, Grace

years ago, coming from Wilmington, English in the academy.Miss regular meeting of the Sewing story was a mistake as the imaginary Jennie Holt, Elizabeth Baas, Welch Eva ,Taylor Bessie, Miner Mary,

North Carolina, and her mother, Mrs. Susan T. Gladwin, a graduateof ST. LOUIS AND CIIICAGO I Circle of the Methodist church was flying machine was nothing but a toy Young, Grace Bachelor, Oma Cham-

J.' C. Platt, of Augusta, Georgia. Rollins, and for many years a held' at the attractive home of Mrs. balloon sent up by himself last even- berlain, Esther Ley, Jean Thomas (in

Numbers of friends who knew and teacher in the high schools of Florida, LeRoy B. Giles departed at 12:31'' Will Walker Tuesday afternoon. This ing. The mistake made by the wit- place of Miss Anderson, resigned), f

loved this departed one join with the is a new addition to the academy.Dr. this morning for St. Louis and Chi- society, of which :Mrs. Ley is presi- nesses, Messrs. A. A. Lundgren and Bessie W. G. Johnson Wells ,Addie and Mrs.Thomason J. W.Gaines., Mrs.

Sentinel in extending to the bereaved Julia C. Allen, of Scranton, Pa., cago where he will be for the next I I dent, is doing various kinds of useful. Code Hill is easily accounted for be- Winter Park-J. S. Kirton, princi-

family the most sincere and heartfelt a violinist of note, who gave so many ten days on urgent business matters and dainty needlework. The work is cause of the fact that they sightedthe pal; Misses Nannie Harris, Mary Oli-

expressions of sympathy and regret pleasing concerts in Florida last win- connected with the law firm of Davis I sold and the proceeds used in differ- : supposed aeroplane about 7:30, ver, Annie Whitner, and Mrs. J. S.
Kirton. Ocoee-J. H. Keller, princi-
for their sad loss. ter, and 6ne of the best violinists in & Giles. ent kinds of good work. and at the time it was flying at a pal; Misses Carrie Sloan and Edith

The funeral services will be held the country, will teach violin this great altitude, thus it was the toy Larson. Conway Mrs. A. S. Hick-
at Rollins. Dr. Allen was easily mistaken for the real son, principal; Miss Gretta Frint, as-
at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon from year was secured -
the house. All arrangements are with only because Florida climate Taft Political War Is Now Over; thing. It is quite possible that other I sistant.Lockhart-Mrs.Fairview-Mrs.Ethel Stevens A. S. ,Beyer.prin-

Hammond & Gore, undertakers. Dr. agreed with her during the winter reports of aircraft passing over the cipal; Miss Edith Belknap, assistant.
)tagg will officiate. months. Is Eclipsed city may be explained in the same Apopka-E. W. Fly, principal; Misses I
) Mrs. Helen O'Neal Palmer will be way. Mattie Chapman, Ruby Wilson, Mil- ;
dred Williford, and Mabel Wolworth.
FIVE PERSONS DEAD, $250,000 associated with the music departmentfor I Oakland-Winter Garden-J. A. Os-
DAMAGE IN BIG TORNADO the coming year, and will give as Following a political war of sev- Faction One, city council, refused to i AEROPLANES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED teen, principal; Misses Belle Craw-

IN MISSOURI much of her time as is possible in eral months' duration, Taft, one of canvass the first election at the request BY AFFIDAVITSAt ford, Blanch Asbury, Leila Roper, ;
Beryl McMillan, Pearl Crowe Bertha ,
11:30 o'clock last femi- ,
SL Louis, Mo., July 7.-Five per- concert work and advanced teaching.As Orange county's prosperous towns, is of Taft citizens. Faction Two night a Getch, and Nora Page. Union school
'sons lost their lives in a tornado principal of this department be- again at peace with the world. The came to Orlando and secured. the services nine voice floated over the telephone' : (Christmas) -Miss Virgie Bryan,

which swept St. Charles county this fore her marriage Mrs. Palmer war dates back to January 14, 1915. of Davis & Giles. "Go to the door-quick-you'll see an principal; Miss Myrtle Carraway.
aeroplane making lots of noise redlightsyou'll Ivey-M. L. Ivey. Tangerine-Miss
brought much enthusiasm and ,
afternoon and property estimated at energy On that day an election was held That well known legal firm insti- Nellie King. Zellwood-Chas. A. Nix-
more than $250,000 was destroyed in into the work.A for the purpose of electing certain tuted mandamus proceedings on be- see it-hurry! A rushto on, principal; Miss Willie Hewgleyand

St. Charles, and as much more at St. president to succeed Dr. Black- municipal officers-mayor, aldermen, half of the candidates of Faction Two, the east, an eager squinting of the Miss Ruth Merrill. Clarcona-
man, resigned, has not been secured eye and craning of the neck failed to Miss Oleeta Morris. Boggy Creek-
Peters and Coolesville. Telephone and and others. There were two factions, elected at the first election. Judge Miss Lessie
discern the German Hayes. Bridge-
telegraph communication between but until such a time as a president and for clearness they shall be desig- Perkins ordered a recount of the first aeroplane. Giveus Carl Henderson. Union Park-Miss

these ''points has been broken by the shall be elected the direction of the nated as Faction One and Faction election which the council (Faction liberty or give us death. This I Anna Hartman. Taft-M. M. Ditter.

storm and there is meagre news as college will be under the executive One) had refused to canvass. Follow- aeroplane mystery is so cmfwyp uuet I Windermere-Miss Ruth Pansing.
Two.The etaoi shrd cmfw vbgk xzfifl -H J!__ Canadas-:Miss Bessie Hodges.
committee and the
faculty. election held and the order of the court there
to the loss of life in St. Peters and was only one ing wasa Spring Head-Miss Genevieve Ivey.
Coolesville. ballot was used. On this ballot were recount or re-canvass of the first getting on our nerves! Barton Lake--T. J. Little. Cypress l

ANNUAL MEETING OF FAIR AS- printed the names of Faction One, election Tuesday night. Creek Miss Myrtle Bean.
BANK EXAMINER\ I There remain
R BOARD OF STEWARDS ENTERTAINED SOCIATIONThe only. At the polls Faction Two wrotein This canvass resulted in the elec- IN ORLANDOT. schools to be supplied only, these seven being more

the ballots the names of their can- tion of A. E. Boyce, mayor; W. G. E. Fletcher, national bank examiner Pine Castle, Beulah, Gotha. Maitland, ;

The board cf stewards of the Meth- regular annual meeting of the didates. Faction Two had the largest Sphaler, J. H. Richardson, and J., D. and a brother of Senator I Little Creek and Orange Center.

odist church was most delightfully Midwinter Subtropical Fair Associa- vote but Faction One refused to leave Rutledge, aldermen; J. F. Harrington Fletcher, was in Orlando yesterday. The same teachers were appointed
to the colored schools in
Orlando and .
entertained by Mrs. Jos. L. Guernsey tion will be held at the San Juan hotel office, or to canvass the election. clerk; J. O. Collins, treasurer; He called at the Peoples National Winter Park. The principal of the -

Tuesday evening. The regular rou- Tuesday, July 13, at 10 o'clock. There Some time later Faction One recruited and C. R. Sphaler, marshal and col Bank and found everything in an excellent Apopka colored school will be Mrs. '
tine business its ranks and the called lector. condition. E. J. Sanders Mrs. Nellie Adams be- -
was gone through, after will be an election of officers for the mayor .
ing All other colored
which the hostess served light re- ensuing year and other important for another election. This time the At last reports the war was over. schools are yet to be supplied ?

freshments. The wives of the stew- business matters will be considered.It election was clearly won by Faction Taft is again at peace. At any rate, THE WEATHERFor

ards were present and after the busi- is stated that H. H. Dickson, presi- One, and the defeated candidates of regardless of politics, the war beat Florida: Generally fair, but This week, 6 pkgt.- :5 cc't; or 4 _

ness had been ocmpleted an enjoyable dent, will tender his resignation be- the first election were victorious. Europe's, and there was no blood- probable showers on northwest coast. pkgs. 10 ceit'-:toilet paper, '25 cents.

social hour was spent. cause of ill health. After a period of a few months shed. Light to moderate variable winds. (Curtis[ & / '

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rian and of the people themselves, WIIO LOST IT? SUNLIGHT TO HEAL WOUNDS .1'111'1'1'IIIIICIIIIIIIIIII'II"lli' '
is bringing lower sick and death

rates, higher standards of living, A banker finds a $10.00 bill' in the The rapid healing of sores and 5 ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY ;

FROM STATE BOARD through cleaner surroundings and street and makes a note of the number wounds in animals and savages, withno
better personal hygiene. More than ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA ,
treatment, is well known. Dr. A.
I intending to find the owner, if
this, the importance of the doctor, :Marmaduke Sheild, consulting surgeonto Established 1S66HighClass
possible. Inadvertly he buys four t ;
OF HEALTH his necessity to the community, are I
II I Theater seats with it. The theater St. George's Hospital, London, says --
being recognized as never before. in an article in The Lancet that thisis
manager pays the bill to one of his Boarding School for young ladies in charge <>f
The remedies left over from the time : actors, who gives it to his wife to due to constant exposure to air Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic.-:ft
Modern Medical Practice when Pa was sick two years ago are and sun. : non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings splendidly ,r
Throw physic to the dogs! not kept to be administered when he pay he\r dressmaker. The dressmakeruses He points out how equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healthy
the quickly a gunshot location in and artistic
$10.00 to pay her weekly quaint Ancient City. Course thorough, em-
In other words, avoid the doctor excepting or some other member of the family grocery bill, and he in turn hands it wound in the leg of a rabbit or bracing al branches requisite for a solid and refined education.
shall have "another attack." I :Music Painting, languages, Comercial Course.
in cases of extreme emergency over to the landlord in part paymentof a pheasant heals under its natural For full write Terms moderate.
bandage of earth, feathers and fur.
and let every man, and woman, be his rent. The landlord pays his I SISTER SUPERIOR.
the judge of what constitutes an JOY TURNED INTO GRIEF butcher with the bill. The butcher I He says the Zulus carry their wounded -

emergency. turns it over to the wholesaler fora to the top of a high hill and leave .111111111111111111111.11 DlIIIIIIIII.1I1I1I1I1I11I1

That was a kind of motto whose There is a big bunch of phony load of meat. The wholesaler them there, recovery being rapid and ----

observance in the past has brought money being "lost in this town every hands it to his lawyer for paymentfor sound.
day, says the New York Press. Andit his His own experience as a surgeon
services and the
premature obsequies in many a sad- lawyer handsit
dened family, in the times when doc- looks as if some one was droppingit back to the banker who found it, I teaches him that patients recover The J.'vdarketOF
just for the purpose of causing the much more rapidly in the country or
in of
tors were fewer in proportion to the repayment a little loan the night
finders to have an attack of heart fail- before when at the seaside than they do even in CLEANLINESS OF
total population than now, and when they were at the theater QUALITY
ure. A man fell upon a' roll of green the best of city hospitals.'
not well for together.The
they were so equipped OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
bills in the theatrical the
district other .
the battle against disease and death. banker puts it in his roll and
day and when he his hand MEATS
In the good old times our grand- wrapped deposits the bill to his own accountin NEWEST IN SCIENCE
:J around it he wore an expression that his Kept under the best sanitary condition :
mothers were fairly good doctors I own bank.
'j seemed to say "This will put me on Everything screened away from the flies and kept freah
themselves; probably they were bet- "Sorry, sir, the teller tells him, Burned but a few years ago as use-
ter equipped than we in these days velvet. But upon closer examinationthe "but that's a counterfeit." I less rubbish, there now is a wide demand and pure.

with first aid remedies. But they paleness of his face indicated that The banker looks closely at the bill for the waste from Spain's cork We incite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

applied their remedies to the treat- he had changed his opinion. The roll and notes by the number that it is I factories. everything in the Meat Liae t

ment of injuries and disease far be- was stage money. the very one he found the day before,

yond the first stages, and too often There is a stage money treasury located but doesn't remember who paid it An electric egg candler has been H. :?441. Self & Co.

with serious results. near the Metropolitan opera invented for use in public places
house, where they have stored about back.Who PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET "
There must have been a large ele- loses the 10Exchange. I where the freshness of an egg can be _
thirty million dollars or more in
ment of faith helping these dear old green I demonstrated.
and yellow backs. The money is sent
ladies in their amateur practice. HERE'S OPPORTUNITY TO PAY
all over the country to be used in I I .
From their individual experiences, TAX Having a span of 328 feet, the new
the movies to for and
from the inheritances of the past, and I pay mortgages .bridge across the Tiber at Rome is the WE DELIVER THE GOODS
on the stage to win heiresses. As
from the neighbors they accumulatedvast T. W. Smith, deputy internal reve- : longest reinforced concrete arch in

stores of "sure cures," and the I line the stage money treasurer issues nue collector' is in the city and will I the wofld. ;; f

more disagreeable' their concoctionsof t per for small four-flushers lots of accommodation to use as the pa-ba- remain for some time, having come Orlando o Delivery and Messenger Service j

mustard and pepper and turpen- for the purpose of collecting the spe- A vacuum cleaner that can be
sis for a "roll. With couple of I
tine and the herbs of the field, the cial tax on retail tobacco dealers, placed upon and operated in connec-
regular X's or XX's wrapped arounda Harley-Davidson Truck
worse they smelled and tasted, the bowling alleys, theatres, movies, and tion with an ordinary carpet sweeper ,
more certain was their efficacy in the bunch of stage money any gay fellow billiard halls, payable between July 1 has been invented. FOR QUICK SERVICE
can make a great showing along I
minds of their much-suffering pa- and December 31. Mr. Smith will be t'
the main street.A .
tients. located at the Curry & Smith cigar I An Oregon inventor's stump burner

Is the practice of medicine a more factory.AN consists of a tight metal hood to cover PHONE 444

'exact science than it was fifty years SAFE BET.It I a stump and a blower to force air ,:
ago? is a safe bet that the editorial into it to hasten combustion.An i
With the writer of the Pensacola Journal does ATTRACTIVE DRIVEWAY I
no disparagement to Good and Bad Cigar StoresiilMimiiilMIJIHMiHillllMIIMIM8MMimilMi
not own an automobile. He declares t
grand old men who rode their endless I' instrument has been perfected ,
rounds, who carried the sufferings of that Florida would be better off by That pretty twin arbor covering the I by German electricians for accurately "

their patients very close to theirs many millions if there were no automobiles auto garage drives at the neighboring :measuring the voltage of high tension .
places, 312 and 314 North Main
hearts, who brought cheer and com- owned in the state. In a currents up to 150,000 volts. i
street, is covered now with pink blossoms
fort into hundreds of homes, and who way we might bet better off if we hadno -
took their long delayed pay in pota- electric lights, no sewerage, no and makes a very attractive appearing The inventor of a new steel railroadtie THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY .

toes and bacon, or never collected it paved streets, no water works, no driveway. that will also serve as a cattle !

at all, medicine and surgery have railroad trains. These things all cost guard claims it will prevent wrecks R

made wonderful strides. The old money, that we might salt down in GRADUATES WITH HONORS due to rails spreading and can be f

time doctor had to be surgeon and the stone crock on the mantel shelf. I laid in half the time required for a FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES

dentist, and occasionally had to pre- But "dum vivimus, vicamus"whichis Miss Flossie Tucker, of Ocoee, who wooden tie.Rubber ,

scribe for the cow. His time was too to say, let us take a joy ride today has been attending school at the I

full of his never ending daily workto and go to the movies tonight. Southern School of Commerce, com- tree tapping by a series of Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price. !1

keep track of the general develop- Buy you a Ford, brother, and get a pleted the commercial course last small bores set in a circle, the inven-

ment of his profession, excepting new viewpoint from which to study week and passed the final examina- tion of an English expert in the Bel-

through the journals that he was too' life.-Lakeland Telegram tions with high honors. gian Congo, has proved a more pro- Watermelons and Georgia Cantaloupes t

busy to read. He had no opportunityto Maybe he has one and ran out of ductive than the customary vertical

become a specialist.The gasoline 17 miles from a town. Baseball Wednesday and Thursday, i incision system. on Ice

difference between the old time Tampa vs. Orlando, at the Driving I
and modern practice is the develop- ORLANDO Park. Game called at 3 p. m. (Col i i Read the Morning Sentinel for the
J. W. Johnson JQ9 W CHURCH ST
ment of the specialist and the grow- Orlando city fair to see, ored.) 7-7-2tc I l I news. lOc. a week delivered. ,

ing importance of preventive medi With silver lakelets set around; -

cine. The idea of these days is that' How dear your palm trees are to me, IF YOU NEED
the prevention of disease is quite as Your orange groves with grace
important as*its eyre. Your breezes abound; cool that fanned my :

The education of the people to the brow Letterheads Envelopes Val sAar Val-Enamel I
value of cleanliruis, of proper sani- As in the early morn I strayed ,

tation, is the ;Veystone of prevention.Wherean"edicine Where bough(tmocking, bird on bending Cards Announcements It pays to use the Best. 1.

: used to be classed A medley fine of music made. You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers,
amon the and its Orlando, in the North I
.; opera- roam
and Varnishes atFinley's
_.tie effects a secret that the public' But of your beauty still I sing: Circulars Briefs Hand
,. My heart is there and there my home, ;
f had no right to know, the theories of
Where winter is as brieht spring.
as Pioneer Paint StoreCorner
the causes and spread of disease and RUTH RAYMOND. Bills f

the operation of remedies are now put Catalogs, or, Pine and Court St. Phone 67 .1
into language stripped of technicalities Only a few days ago a young lady "

so that the man of ordinary intelligence lost her purse with a week's salary PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE We have the best men and the best equipment to do '

may understand.The therein. She was very much worried the best work. The best is the cheapest. ;

day of the doctor, of the spe- but sIte did the very best thing under

cialist, has come in a new and larger the circumstances. She placed a want Sentinel Job Office Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat ;

sense than ever before. His work, ad. in the Sentinel and-her purse

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I cles-and he isn't helping, the game "Good Girl" Is Neglected for NOTES FROM WINDERMERE RUSSIA PUTS THREE TO DEATH
DAILY SPORT LEtTER through writing them. Chris Math- AS SPIES i

ewson, during the 1911 world series, Windermere, Fla., July 6.-Mr. and I

wrote an article criticising 'Rube" the "Bad Girl" In Chicago Mrs. X. P. Yowell and family and .-Three accomplices of ,
BY FRANK G. MENKF. Marquard because he the ball in
put Mrs. Susan Yowell spent Thursday Lieut. Col. Miassoyedoff, an interpreter -j
The Famous New York the for Frank Baker which
Sporting groove -
afternoon at Rossmore Inn
enjoyingthe on the staff of the Russian
Expert. permitted Baker to soak out a home Chicago, July 7.-The city of Chic- Clara sitting in the waiting room of bathing. |I.tent" army corps who some time ago .

run.The ago has been brought face to face the Dearborn street railroad station. Mr. Henshaw, Mr. Price and Mr. was hanged as a spy, have been con- 1
By Frank G. 3lenke. t criticism hurt "Rube." The !
with a new police problem, and none Clara had gone there, because she had Robert Jones spent the fourth in Kis- i victed after a trial by court martial :.!
New, ork.-The criticism directed next day Matty pitched against the simmee. I and also hanged. i
' of the charitable organizations which nowhere else to go. She told the J
Athletics and Baker slammed policewoman I I
% out
one I
at Maurice E. McLoughlin becausehe of his benders for home have been asked to help, have been of her brother in Phila- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holbrook, Miss\ In February of this year the tenth :
has decided to write articles on "Rube" a run.]{able to. offer a solution. delphia had been supporting her until -I Jean Person, Miss Lillian Smith, Miss !'Russian army corps was defeated in '
was writing articles for
tennis does not occasion surprise.The i( a The has Millie Smith and Mrs. Smith the Mazurian lakes district of East 1 1'I
1: rival outfit at the time 'i city plenty of means by he got married a few weeks ago, were
critics feel that McLoughlin's newspaper '' Prussia. Five
McLoughlin which it help girl who has and that since guests of Rosjmore Inn last months earlier the
j and "Rube" his the can a gone then he had ben unable 'I
got next I
actions hurt the revenge ThurS-I' of
1 ( It has from army Rennenkampf had been a
wrong. plenty of institutionsin to send her any money."I day, motoring out
day by "panning" in ,
tennis and might lower Mc- defeated in the and
game same province
harsher terms than Matty had used. which to house the bad girl who called at all the societies, homes, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doneyson, of 9
Loughlin from his present high pedestal -I |I under similar circumstances, and it .
enters her gates. But no organization bureaus and I
That opened a breach between the charitable institutions I Cleveland, arrived in Windermere this
in the tennis world. I. was contended Russian
i I has ever taken anY-:steps to take care knew of," said Mrs. Crot, "and whenI week to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. military
The critics are about right. The two.In the golfing world there of the good girl who happens to be explained that there was nothingin Wm. G. Geier for a month. officers that the German general staff :1
action of a participant in any branchof are ;must have possessed knowledge of intended j
in without funds
Chicago the line
or of reforming that the girl
writing about the and some stars who write for newspapers. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tenny, of Or- Russian
sport game tried for '| Notice of the authorities was needed, they all said the case was out lando and Mr. Booth of Cocoa movements. Suspi- J
about his fellow players sooner or They a time to write in gen- were cion led to Lieut. Col. Miassoyedoff
i brought to this problem by the finding of their line. There is no fund of in Windermere
eralities. But their stuff Monday. II1r. I
was "wishy- and he tried
later leads
to unpleasantness; sooner was by court martial and -
of Clara Nicholai, 18- kind
| a pretty any to help this girl. She's an-
...later it breeds enmity. washy. So they had to come around, i iI and Mrs. P. Phillips and sons, condemned to death. --i
I old girl who came to Chicago xious to work and iJ
1 year go to school to fit
' the critics of McLoughlin feel that I occasionally to personalities. And and Mr. Baas, of Orlando, were s
from Milwaukee. She was lookingfor herself for some good position. But
the "wizard of the courts" should ,I when they did it usually hurt some guests of Rossmore Inn last Sunday.Mr. A VERY SMALL UNPAID TAX
work. She went to the the trouble with
Young her is that she is a
stick to his tennising and let the one. If the golfer-author termed Bill and Mrs. S. Whitfield and Mr. 9
I Woman's Christian Association and good girl, and does't need reforming.Doesn't .
newspaper men take care of the news- ,i Smithers, the greatest golfer he was Reed spent several days last weekin That Orange county is not sufferng
lived until her $9.00, all the it
paper business. Their stand is a goodone. I f sure to earn the enmity of about 40''( money I seem funny that nobodyever Orlando, returning home on Sat- from the war depression which has .1
: other golfers who figured she had, was exhausted. i has figured out this side of the I[affected other of the
If it was followed by athletes they were urday.Mr. country is
throughout the sporting world it :just about as good as Smithers. I Policewoman Crot came across, reform- business- -?.- -- I and Mrs. W. M. Lege, their clearly shown in the final report of '?

would help sports.A If the golfer-author, even in the guest, Dr. Swift, and Mr. Geo. E. the county tax collector, W. E. Mar- :

man who writes can not always J! kindliest way, points out that Hiram Nolan, of Orlando, were callers at tin, submitted recently. The report j

praise. Oftentimes he must criticise, 1: Scantling could become a greater gol- I Rossmore Inn last Sunday.Mr. shows an unpaid tax of $2,563.81 on 1

and no matter how gentle is his crit- :fer by remedying a few little faults, and Mrs. James and family, of a total assessment of $155,363.77, this 1

icism it is bound to wound the feelings ;i he didn't get any thanks from Hiram Orlando, will occupy the Brigham cot- being one of the best balances at the j

of the target of that criticism. for the advice. Rather got ..peeved.I tage during the month of July. close of a year's collections for

Furthermore, in McLoughlin's case, a I I Few men want advice and none eral years.

certain stigma of professionalismwould want it publicly. Subscribe for the Morning\ Sentinel, Want anything? Ask for it sev'I'I
creep in through his action in McLoughlin for a long time held
lOc. a week, delivered. Sentinel "Wants"EXCEPTIONAL
deciding to accept money for those out against writing syndicated ar- l rr

articles. The simon-pure amateurs ticles. Early in his career he was

contend that McLoughlin is not be- opposed to such a plan on the grounds I

ing hired to write because he is a that it commercialized the tennis

writer, but because he is a tennis : game. Just a few years ago, upon 1
star whose name signed to articles 1' his return from England where he

would be used as a circulation booster. I' and his mates had won the Davis OFFER

Probably if McLoughlin does write Cup, the "Wizard" was offered j s

he may be able to avoid dealing in $1000 to sign his name to a tennis 1
personalities. But this seems doubt- article. He refused that $1000 after

ful. His articles would lack the saying that he intended to follow the
"punch" if they were just general examples of the other famous tennis Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne

stories-and the publishers probably stars who had held aloof from mix-

' would demand a "punch." If Mc- ,,ing the pastime with money. with plenty of Foliage :

Loughlin delivered the "punch" somebody |j I In view of his past utterances,
would get hit. McLoughlin's present decision to
'I I I Trees.
Ty Cobb, whose signature appears ,r I write syndicated tennis articles r Iil( II'rl

over newspaper articles, tried to keep comes as even a greater surprise and tAT

away from personalities, but every j I shock, that it would have occasioned -. r Price $2000.00 i
once in so often he has to deal in had he syndicated articles without :>>

them. Ty recently created a sensa- first refusing to do so "for the goodof THE GRAND TO DAY

tion-and a tremondous amount of ill the game. ,,
feeling. -when he wrote about signal :i Guests registering at the San Juan :'Jacksonville; H. C. Slaughter, Lake-
tactics certain club,and IS :MUCH NEATER
stealing by a
hotel yesterday included I. D. Sayre, land; Louis Marks, Savannah; Corne- C. A. HOVEY
although he didn't mention the White I St. James Catholic church has been II
Philadelphia; F. J. Gonzalez, Sanford lius Christiancy, L. G. Porter, Allan-
he left doubt :treated to
Sox by name no as to an entirely fresh coat of
the identity of that club. paint. The yard has been improvedand I ; E. P. Thagard, Florida; o. Mar- dale; W. E. Dobbins, Baltimore; O. C. .

John McGraw doesn't make any the, entire church property is I cerrtz, J. Enzler, M. Smith, W. F. Tally and wife, Fred M. Dalton, Mr.

friends through his newspaper arti- much neater in appearance.TIE Malcolm, F. W. Dimmitt, R. E. :Mann, and Mrs. H. C. Flint! Tampa.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING SIDELIGHTSBy
Why go to some other college than Court street is one of the shortest .

AND WEEKLY Rollins? Rollins College, the oldest business streets in Orlando and it is W. S. Branch.

".. C.!- ESSINGTON GLENN >..............BuintM....?....Manager...EditorW. institution in Florida, is making I the darkest and most poorly lighted

strides. The secretary and treasurerof street in the business district. The A
We all have to be thank-
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida the college Mr. W. R. O'Neal, yesterday street extends south from Oak streetto
as Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION ful for. For instance, we are glad we ,
gave out information concern- Church street, two and one-half .
do not have to be the Tampa Tribune
RATES ing new instructors for next blocks in length. Two insignificantyeller"
Daily 1 Year ...................... 15.00 year. editor and read all the so-called I J
Daily 6 Months...................... 2-50 The ablest faculty that may be secured lights illuminate this thor- I
Daily 3 Months _..................... 1.25 is within reach of all oughfare, which should be better poetry that is sent in by his good cus- ( ks '
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 young tomers whom he does not dare refuse
men and women in Orlando and Or- lighted, if not for the convenience of
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... '1.00 space for publication. And just think, i \
ange county. At a nominal cost the shops and stores at least for the "
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN there is doubtless some poetry ofI I
knowledge, character and physicaland safety of the public.
ADVANCETO I fered that even he will not print and i
mental training are within the One arc light at the corner of Court
ADVERTISERS: he has to read that.
.1 reach of every young person in the and Pine streets would greatly rem- l

Opy f.r display and all ether hand-act county and. this section of Florida. edy the condition. The city council -o-
advertising matt be handed in at the baiineM&ee A Central avenue man he is :
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. The faculty and officers of Rollins should order the installation of this
the day before publication. ThU rule applies going to build a two story garage for :
College are eager to have an auspicious light immediately. The additionalcost
it is
to changes for contract advertising: :
his Ford runabout. Asked what he
Invariable aQd will be strictly adhered to. and notable year. To do this for one extra arc light would be \
would do with the second story he replied -:
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued requires co-operation. Write to your no hardship. One smash-up or several -
that he would need it to store j oi
should notify the office in writing on friends in the North, in other states. persons severely injured in a
the date of expiration otherwise it will be the catalogues of "Ford Specialties"that i I
continued the regular subscription rates Tell them of the institution within a collision would look as though the
he received each month. i .
until notice Numb-r to stop .is...received.Telephone .................. 24 few miles of Orlando; write to the city had been neglectful in properly I I0
college and have a catalogue sent to illuminating streets to safeguard motor p I
THURSDAY, JULY 8, 191;). and drawn vehicles J. B. Finley has put up a big hand-
,them; tell them of the facilities for horse and pedestrians -
some sign advertising his famous
I recreation and study, for pleasureand as well.
brands of varnishes and paints. Mr.
The sea of matrimony is infested for work that awaits them in the o
Finley is the "Pioneer" sign painterof ,.
with submarines.The prettiest section of the United States. OFFICIAL REPORT BOARD OF :a
Orlando, but not many of the later
o Describe to them the climate and explain COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : i
artists have got anything on him
shortest and most expressivewar that study during balmy winter
when it comes to writing signs.
heading yet is "Horrorscope.. months is a pleasure. Do everythingin Monday, July 5, 1915.
Boston Record. your power to bring new studentsto Board met pursuant to adjourn- \
J. P. Holbrook walked along Or-
-o Rollins College' ; help and assist in ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet,
avenue last evening hummingthat
Some hard luckers would get a lot increasing the attendance.It Commissioners Dillard, Brown, Sweet ange new popular song entitled ".YouCan't 4, ,

more sympathy if they did not appearto is to the advantage of Orlandoto and Starbird. a J
Afford to :Marry if You Can'tAfford
be expecting it. have many families from the North The reading of the minutes was CWS'r121t DaM1 Sctiaffaer&Marx
a Ford.
o and other states come to Winter Parkor dispensed with.

You may imagine that your argu- to Orlando for the sole purpose of The tax assessor presented three clerk's
of $35 not including
ment is convincing, but the other fellow placing their children in Florida's old- assessment rolls for the year 1915 sum ,
within 60 J. D. Ramke,
costs, days, by
i renders the verdict. est institution. They bring money for examination and equalization. After -
Off of the
on account of excessive tax. comes part price J
into the
o community, and better than examination same were acceptedand Upon motion, duly seconded, the
The Russians do not appear to money these families increase the returned to the assessor. ;
chairman of the Board and the clerk
know where they are going, but they character and standard of the com- Mr. Strozier appeared before the
are authorized to sell $50,000 of the
admit they are on their way. munity. Board in reference to the road from road bonds at par and accrued inter- on every Hart Schaffner &

Y o Rollins has advantages that hun- Winter Garden via Crown Point, Ful- est. Unanimously carried.

"Cupid never worries about re- dreds of Northern schools have not ler's Crossing to Apopka, asking the Upon motion, duly seconded the

sults," bellows an exchange. Of and can never hope to possess. Un- claying of the road for a mile and

course not. Leave that for his vie- der the efficient corps of instructorsat three-tenths of said road. Upon motion road engineer specifications was and instructed advertise to pre-for Marx suit for summer
tims. Rollins one's character is moulded seconded ordered
; duly same was bids for the completion of the road
o and he receives training from per- clayed. ,
I from Oakland running west to the
Did you ever stop to think that sonal contact with his teachers that is Applications of E. C. McDowell andJ.
Lake county line. Unanimously car- '
man is like a horse-only different? not obtainable in large or overgrown T. Brannan for the office of county .

I You can drive him to drink, but not institutions. Work for Rollins Col- game warden presented. Upon motion ried.Board
adjourned to Tuesday, 9 a.m. clipped the fig
to water! lege! E. C. McDowell was appointedgame 1915. WE'VE f
Tuesday, 9 A. MJuly 6,
0 o warden for the county for the
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
Don't permit yourself to become ADVANTAGES OF year, salary to be $40 per month, not ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet,

stoop-shouldered carrying around a HALF-DAY HOLIDAYS. including the fees resulting from con- Commissioners Sweet, Dillard, Brown ures pretty close) in i

feeling of responsibility for things I Another half-holiday. The advan- viction. Subject to instruction from and Starbird.

.' that are none of business. I the Board.
your tages of a half-day of recreation are Letter from A. A. Radcliffe received -

r o obvious. Clerks profit the most, per- Mr. Clark, representing the Apopka and read. order to make it specially

There's just a chance, of course, haps, from these holidays which are board of trade in reference to the Petition of J. W. Savage, "J. H.

that a bombardment of Venice will meeting with so much favor throughout Apopka and Clarcona public road Wheeler, et al., requesting that the

disclose the whereabouts of the miss- Florida.A presented a petition asking that said Tosohatchee Ranch keep the
company attractive inducement for
ing British navy.-Washington Post. clerk's life is not as roseate as road be hard surfaced, either with gates unlocked on the road from the

0 people who have never stood behind a clay or sand-oil. W. G. Talton, H. H. ford of Taylor creek to Lake Poin-

The average life of a British officer counter seem to think. Wearing a Witherington and petition of 'N. M. sett landing. The request of the petitioners -

r on the firing line is twenty-three days, smile and trying to please a particular Cogswell, A. R. Kellogg et al., in respect complied with by the ownersof you to help us clear our

t compared to thirty days for the automobile and cranky customer is not the to the same road, received. Laid said ranch.L. .

some statistician has discov- most joyful occupation and diversionin over. S. Tenny appeared before the

t' the world. Clerks are entitled to Petition of B. M. Sims, R. C. Bige- the
ered. And men are cheaper to get. Board in regard to investigationof Stock for fall
low al. make the goods. '
o consideration and the half-holiday' et to following citrus canker in Orange county.

movement is of benefit to them. change in the Ocoee-Crown Point
great seconded .
"Sometimes" confided Mrs. Long- Upon motion, duly $500 was
Orlando and the other citiesin road: Beginning at the intersectionof
wed to her intimate friend, "I think many appropriated to be used in the inves-
Florida which have inauguratedthis the above road with the Ocoee-Ful-
my husband is the patientest, gentlest tigation of citrus canker Orange
half-day closing should be pointed ler Crossing road, run south on land '
best natured soul that ever county. clothe
;, to with pride and congratulated, line to the proposed brick road from The themselves] are Jour
lived, and sometmies I think it's mere Letter from J. F. Harrington, sec- j
laziness."-Christian Register. for in these days of busy commercialism Orlando to Oakland, and that the old retary of Taft drainage district, received -

and the rushing, dashing swirl of road from the above beginning pointto and referred to the road engi- t

o business life too little attention is Ocoee be discontinued. Upon motion most convincing argument; the

The statisticians find that one- given to recreation and pleasure, petition was granted and sub- neer.Upon motion, duly seconded, the i i

tenth of our population lives in New which is as essential to clerks, mana- ject matter referred to superintendent following millage was made, unani-

.. York, Philadelphia and Chicago; but gers of departments, proprietors and of roads.. mously carried: prices don't tell you much so don't \
of these ,
probably a good many peo- business men generally as exerciseand Upon motion it was ordered that General revenue, 31-2; fines and .

ple would'nt do so if they could physical training is to a student. the comptroller be requested to allow forfeitures, 11-2; roads, 5; intereston .

avoid it.-Indianapolis News. o the redemption of the following described sinking fund and bonds, 61-2; go entirely by these details or any !

o BRILLIANT CIRCLE ABOUT THE land at the flat sum of $25, schools 7. Total 23 1-2.

An exchange says the meanest man SUN CAUSED MUCH SPECULATION not including clerk's costs, within Report of county finances from July

an auto driver can meet is the con- IN ORLANDO sixty days, by J. H. Newman, on account 1 to December 31, 1914, received from others that you may read; seethe

stable who lurks in the bushes and YESTERDAYAn of excessive tax: Beg. 275 feet the comptroller and ordered pub-

holds him up for speeding on a coun- west and 79 feet south of northeast lished.

try road just to get the fees. exceptionally brilliant halo, a corner of southeast quarter of south- Clerk instructed to notify the brick I goods.

o west quarter, section 10, township 21
roads for
great ring about the sun, supplemented road contractors to open
The Pittsburgh Dispatch is worrying by another much larger but less south, range 28 east, run west 126 public' travel when and wherever I

4 over the effect which the com- brilliant ring, excited considerable 9-12 feet, south 60 feet, east 126 1-2 roads that are being bricked are

pletion of the New York State barge comment in Orlando yesterday short- feet, north 60 feet Beg. 333 feet closed.

canal will have on freight rates and ly after the noon hour. Halos have west of northeast corner of southeast Bond of E. C. McDowell as county Any ;

on Pennsylvania's business. Why been observed frequently but none so quarter of southwest quarter, section game warden, in the sum of $1,000, 20.00

worry over the dim and distant future strongly accentuated.It 10, township 21 south, range 28 east, with N. P. Yowell and T. H. Evansas (

run west 1111-2 feet, south 128 feet, 14.00
? is caused by the shining of the sureties, approved. Palm Beach
-o sun through a delicate cloud or layerof east 70 feet, north 70 feet, east 411-2 Committee representing the Taft 22.50 ;

feet, north 68 feet to beginning.Bond in reference to the
PLANT TREES ALONG fog or mist. The International drainage district i

THE HIGHWAY. Encyclopedia describes the cause of of C. P. Dickinson as notary bridges to be put in by the county, ..
public, with J. F. Ange and M. M. before the Board. The mat- Suitfor f
Gentlemen of Marion and of Orange. such phenomena as excited comment appeared

r and of Osceola and of every other here yesterday as being the result of Smith as sureties, approved. ter was referred to the road engineer. ii i
Tax Collector W. E. Martin
county through which this central "interference of waves of light that pre- Reports of the followng county offi- 25.00

route of the Dixie highway passes, have passed around the minute glob- sented his final report of errors and cers were received, read and filed:

/ will you join Leesburg and Lake tiles of water in the hazy atmosphere insolvencies for the year 1914. Upon Superintendent county home, super- 27.50 17.50
motion, dutly seconded, the report
couny in planting rees along the highway ." I intendent_ roads, county__ physician_ agricultural -
and the clerk instructedto u
? Such phenomena is of frequent occurrence t was accepted advisor, polls and licenses 30.00 $6.50ORLANDO'S

I We believe that all of Lake county but it is not often observed make the proper entries. collected, pay rolls state witnesses i
Communication from M. V. Simpson II IIi
will do this. We can safely guaran- because of the brilliancy of the sun. circuit court, grand jury witnessesand

tee that Leesburg will, if it becomes in re. road connecting Lake jurors, receipts, sheriff to state

necessary to carry out the idea in county road received. Orange county auditor, treasurer to state and to
SKATING EXHIBITION FREE FOR willing to its half of the road
pay referred certificate of banks and auditor's -
that way, take care of the mileage ELDERLY LADIESE. to.Communication. county,
within her immediate vicinity. In financial statement.

man yparts of Lake county and in i' from L. P. Dickie, Accounts were examined and found
H. Westover, for a of the Central Florida
many years I secretary
ordered drawnto
other ocunties as well, the trees are correct and warrants
professional skater, will put on an Highway Association,received. Blanksto
already there but would it not be a I cover.
exhibition of fancy skating at the be filled out. Orange county will
striking feature to have this highwayone Board adjourned to Monday, Au- Dickson-Ives
rink Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, have completed all the routes that 2 1915. Coi
long avenue of trees? gust ,
Suppose each county selected a dif- which will be free of charge to elderly pass through the county.

ladies. A movement has been started Communication from the Toso- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
ferent tree, one eucalyptus, one cam- i
for those who have cars to go around hatchee Ranch company requesting
phor, one Australian pine another :.
and fill them with elderly ladies and all the lands in townships 22, 23, 24 SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof
Australian oak, another silk oak, un-
take them to and from the rink for south, range 34 east, assessed at the best trucking and fruit farmsin
til all had a different tree lining this $1.251 .O P ARTMrNT STORE.
of 25
the recreation. Mr. Westover is per acre, received. The land being Prosper Colony consisting
splendid highway from county line to acres 9 acres in cultivation, all under ...
county line. charging nothing for his services, and assessed at $2 per acre for the year fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for ...

Let us hear from others.-Leesburg the rink will exact no charge from 1915, the assessment was ordered to cash if sold this month. A good cropon FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

the ladies. It is all free, and was remain as it is. the place will go with it. The service of never-failing .
Commercial. I The Store of true courtesy
thought of by Mr. Westover. All Letter from C. McQuarrie state place will bear inspection. Good rea- -
Capital idea and we hope it will sons for selling. If interested, ad- of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise .
contagious all along the line. who are willing to be graded as elderly agent U. S. D. A., received and read. dress Box 57. The place is in sightof at right pricesr. ;

That prove will be carrying out the Florida will be eligible to the benefits of Upon motion it was ordered that depot, church, school and brick ,

the entertainment. the comptroller be requested to allow road. 7-8-d6t-wklylt
,; spirit in c arming detail.-Miami Me-
the redemption of west 52 feet

I ; tropolis.Get Advertise in the Morning Sentineland of north half of lot 1, block' G, Parra- Read the Morning Sentinel and get ? /

get results. more's Add. to Orlando, at the fiat the news.
the news |n the Sentinel first.

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SOCIAL CALENDAR October 19th, the sessions of the con- Admission 5 CentsTODAY'S ',It n, yV J

-- vention will be held on the eveningof i
/ Thursday July :
Golf Country Club second and last October 19th the sessions of the .. .. . .. .. .' .
match for July. convention continuing through Octo- PROGRAM %' '
Rebekah Lodge No. 12, degree work. ber 23rd. U. D. C. members will be 1
committee Majestic. "Her Buried Past. A iII
Meeting public improvement -
cordially invited to attend these ses
Civic League 4 p. m. drama, in two parts. II
Friday, July 9. sions.-Ocala Star. Keystone. "Ambrose's Little Hatchet. -1 '
Monthly business meeting W. C. T. U. ." 'A good comedy. .
Thanhouser. "When the Wheels of 11
at Baptist church 3:30 p. m. MRS. BLYTHE WATSON r
Justice Clogged. A Nestor drama.
of the most enjoyable affairsof
ORGANIZE "ROLLINS A. Brady Picture Play Co., Mrs. John Schnarr, on Church street. .f
the summer social season was the
CIRCLE" FOR ORLANDO.On There were four tables of players to 0 0
pretty bridge party at the cozy homeof Inc., presents WILTIEX LIKE 3
the Roof Garden of the Yowell- enjoy the games, and composing them
Mrs. W. B. Watson Concord
Duckworth building, at 4 o'clock to- were Mr. and :Mrs.: H. B. Myers, Mr. Is a question that often puzzles women folks who wish to make

morrow afternoon there will be aieeting avenue on Wednesday afternoon. The WILTON LACKAYEin and :Mrs.: T. W. Mathews, Mr. and some mere male a gift. If those ladies will look at our collectionof
house bower of and white
was a pink
of all the old students of :Mrs.: J. I. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. I scarf pins, cuff links, shirt studs, etc., they: will be gazing at
flowers with a green setting of bam-
College who are now livingin John Schnarr :Mr. and Mrs. Josiah just the gifts every man appreciates. For they are for manlymen :,
boo and fern.
Orlando, for the purpose of organizing asparagus Ferris Mrs. W. G. Johnson Mrs. s.1 who know what is what. Come and look at the collection.
There were five tables of players I
"I a "Rollins Circle" in this "THE PIT" A. Robinson, Mrs. A. R. Bogue, Mrs.
and at five o'clock several ladies came
town. W. P. Pillans, Mrs. R. C. Hallock, ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
in and joined the players for a social II ,
These circles have been already or- hour.A Wilton Lackaye's greatest Stage Miss Cynthia McKee Miss Mayine J1

ganized in Tampa and Jacksonville delicious cream course, in which Fudge :Miss: Ruth Gillam Miss Eliza- 0 ....... i

for the purpose of forming a closer the color scheme was in keeping with triumph supported by Gail beth Rinaldi. Following the games -- ij
bond between the old students of this the hostess served pineapple sherbet
the decorations was served by the Kane and Milton Sills. --. Remember two coats of Patton's ]
institution, as well as to work for the and cakes.
hostess who was assisted by Mrs. Velumina gives results equal to three .:
local interests of the college and B. J. Lord and Miss Dane. --oSUBSCRIPTION or four coats of ordinary flat wall ,:
these circles have proved to be of DANCE paints. Remember, it needs no sizeor j
great value to the members and to Mrs. B. G. Abernethy won first THIS EVENING. surfacer flows easily, shows no J
prize which was a pretty bud vase. FIVE GREAT PARTS = : r-I7 laps or brush marks, gives a rich, _
the As there 150 The ,
are over
college. regular weekly subscriptiondance
The guests of this happy gatheringwere tone and dries with a film, 1
old students in Orlando, the circle at the Country Club will be washable and durable. J
Mrs.V. R. O'Neal Mrs. Mallory _
here should be a strong vigorous one, held this evening and all membersare Agents for high-grade varnishes, \
Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Brown, AR paints and wallpaper.
and capable of good work. requested to attend. The club
Mrs. Lege Mrs. Pillans Mrs., Aber-
The meeting is called by a com- I house is ideal for midsummer
an place a W4 ,L- ,
Miss Dane Mrs.
nethy, W. P. Wat- -
mittee of the alumni, of which LeonB. 10 cents 20 cents dance, and the entertainmentsoffer
son, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Hart, Miss Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Fort is chairman. All residents of both beneficial and enjoyable
Hart, Mrs. T. C. Mann, Mrs. Palen,
Orlando who have been so fortunateas recreation to those who attend. 205 S. Orange:
Mrs. Holt Miss Holt, Mrs. Branham, ii \ Avenue. :i
to have Attended Rollins during u i i
Mrs. B. J. Lord Mrs. Kollock Mrs. I
length of time and in of the Tomorrow ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. Phone 261
any any Bliss Mrs. Haden, Mrs. Woodruff : Marguerite Clark in COLEMAN & RHAN y
different branches of work there, are
Mrs. Jamison Mrs. McCulloch, Mrs. "
Pretty Sister of Jose.
requested to come and participate. It and Mrs. D. C. Hickson of San-
Dow, Mrs. Cheney.
is hoped by the committee that the I ford, who have been visiting Mr. and
old students will show a great enthu- Mrs. G. C. Williams, at Oxford in
siasm for the project and the at- LONG TRIP. Sumter county, were in Orlando yes- COMPANYPHONE 1

tendance will be large and represent- terday en route to their home in the .
Miss Julia
Chapman, assistant city
ative. Celery City.Baseball 675
ticket agent for the Atlantic CoastLine 1
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.T. .
SISTER CARLOTTA TO W. Mathews will today. Come out and see
depart Saturdayfor the Orlando Cubs play the Tampa I
CHAPERONE A PARTY. a trip of many thousand miles ROOf GARDEN( Stars. The Orlando Cubs won yes- 3

Sister Esther Carlotta of St. Au- through the West and Northwest and terday's game by a score of 6 to 0. Delivery starts
(Colored.) 7-8-ltc
gustine, the well known and beloved will not return to Orlando until Octo

state president of the U. D. C., will ber 1. Miss Chapman has been the TODAY
Mrs. George C. Oliver and two
chaperone a party to the Pacific coast efficient assistant city ticket agent daughters, Misses Mildred and Dor- Monday, July 5th 1

in the early fall, the party leaving for Orlando for fifteen years and this those
othy, were among departing
Jacksonville on October 5th and re- trip will be the first extensive one .r'.
early in the week for North Carolina,
November 6th. The she has taken during that time. That
turning on trip
"UNDER THE CRESCENT"A where they expect to remain until .
will be made through New Orleans, she is entitled to a long rest and va- the end of the season. Wait for our wagon. We think you will
Houston, El Paso and Los Angeles, cation is obvious and every traveling thrilling story of Harem life

with many interesting side trips en courtesy has been extended to her by like our ice.
as told by Princes Hassan."A Sentinel is
An ad. in the Morning a
route. A week will be spent in San the railroad which she represents and safe investment.

Francisco and the return will take by the Pullman company. From Or- 3

the party through Salt Lake City lando they will go to St. Louis, thenceto --

Colorado Springs, Denver, Chicago, Kansas City, Denver, Colorado
Birmingham and Montgomery. This Springs Yellowstone Park, Salt Lake DUKE FOR A DAY"

City, the Grand Canyon, Arizona Los BANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
party will have a special train withno :Max Asher and Gale Henry. ,
changes made between Jacksonville Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, i

and San Francisco or return. Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, and Null Sed. Joker Comedy.

Sister Carlotta will take young girls back over the Canadian Pacific to Established 1886 3

under her personal chaperonage. Suit- Chicago. They will make many stop-

able references will be required from overs and it is expected there will not "THE RIDDLE OF THE SILK

people unknown to Sister Carlotta be a single detail overlooked by Miss

which will insure a congenial and Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Mathews.DELIGHTFULLY STOCKING" CURTIS Lei O'NEALINSURANCE

happy party. King Baggot and Jane Gail.A .
There will doubtless be a large

a number of Daughters going in this ENTERTAINED.A Farce Comedy.See LOANS

party and while in San Francisco they happy event of Tuesday eveningwas

will be shown especial courtesies. The the meeting of the Sans Souci

opening exercises of the general con- Club, which was held at the home of the "Black Box" Saturday REAL ESTATE RENTALSE'or

vention will be held on the evening of (Continued in fourth column) ..
without fail.Ladies' -

We4j Umbrella to be given .

away tonight at nine o'clock.

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DEEDS RECORDED E. Bowen to Lelia Topliff, 20 SAILORS.Last .
fountains of Courage are within FROM JUNE 1 TO JULY 6 acres. year congress enacted a law
the soul. Activities of brain and Barber & Autrey to Holmes & providing that a certain number of 33 Discount

body are the outlets by which Cour- Chas. H. Morse to F. R. Isreal, Holmes, lots, 1128126. sailors in the navy who could pass the

t- age rushes forth to victory. Large lots.E.. Jas. S. Loveless to Royal C. Dann entrance examinations for Annapolis j
Success is possible to little things. N. Coy to W. J. Slough, lots, I 35 acres, $5,500.N. should be allowed to enter the naval I
The mountains are made of grains of $1,200. H. Phelps to Leslie P. Waite, 40 academy. At the first opportunity! -
sand. Munger Land Co. to Mary Ogden acres. offered fifty-five of the enlisted men i| For the benefit of our customers -

Every life is Individual. We come lots. Margaret D. Winkleman to L. W. have applied for appointment and > 4
into life Individually-achieve suc- Evelyn M. Lane to E. T. Filbert, Tilden, lots, $2,000. one-fifth of them have passed the ex- I we will give a 25 ..
cess, or failure, Individually-and go lots. aminations. These will enter upon
cent cash discount
out of life Individually. : Susan Dyer to J. W. Bowers, lots. SWISS MUST NOT EXPORT DYE- their student careers as student mid- per : on

Success is born of Individual effort'in Nicholas Wagner to Elmer Wagner STUFFS shipmen on equal terms with the mid- all sold
goods during the
every line open to human activity.It lots. dies appointed in the ordinary way,

is YOU who will write your name W. R. O'Neal, trustee, to Nora Simmons London.-No more dyestuffs will and fit themselves for commissions as month of July and August.

in the lists of the conquerors, if that lots.Munger. be sold by Germany to Switzerland naval officers.It .
name is to be so honored. Land Co. to Lee O. Kerby, unless Swiss manufacturers stop exporting is gratifying to find that there is

r It all depends upon Self. Every lots.J.. dyes to England and France so strong a disposition among the
man or woman who has scaled the B. McKoy to Sarah Brown lots. says a dispatch from the Berne corre- rank and file of the navy to take ad-

heights of glory has gone up a-step- Edw. C. Young to Edw. F. Keezel spondent of the Morning Post. This vantage of this opportunity for ad- Hammond & Core

at-a-time, and the first steps were lots, $7,450. commercial ultimatum reached Switz- vancement. The result of the first

short ones. The higher you climb the W. H. Rivers to W. A. Newton, 39 erland in the form of a circular letter test speaks well for the high qualityof FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EAIBAL IERS.
smoother becomes the way. acres. signed by thirteen leading dye manu- the American sailors. We have always -

Accepting Obstacles as Opportunities H. H. Tredway to A. E. Sebring, 20 facturers of Germany.The regarded them as the most intelligent Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando, Fla.Attention ,
develops the hungry capacity of acres, $500. letter says it has come to the men to be found in any of
Genius; it takes the cutting to let W. W. Mattison to J. P. Felt, 80 knowledge of the signers that although the world's navies; here is corroborating .'.

loose the radiance of the Diamond; acres, $6,000.Ralph there is a shortage in dye- evidence of it.

perplexing problems builded the road C. Sullivan to Wm. M. Sullivan stuffs in Switzerland manufacturersthere It will surely have fine effect on till 11111 II' 11111 III III' 11..1.1 I"11111 II' 11111 MMMil
of "cause and effect;" sleepless nights 67 acres.J. prefer exporting their productsand the morale of the navy for the men ". .
mastered the forces of Electricity to W. Jackson to Scott H. Searle, letting local consumers buy from in the forecastle to realize that for .

drive them over a thousand paths of 25 acres.J. Germany. Consequently they have any of them there is a straight line il Auto Owners! jj j jI

usefulness.All : W. Walker to Samuel Jones, lots bound themselves to refuse to export of promotion from apprentice seamanto ,
human achievement has come- $3,500. any more of their products to Switz- admiraL

and must come-from Individual ef- Overstreet Crate Co. to R. L. Byrd, erland unless guaranteed against con- .
fortand the limit of human possi-" 40 acres. tinuance of this trade. A REAL NECESSITYNo I AUTO SERVICE STATION I .1.1I

bilities is not yet at hand. ;i I Ella Thompson to Esther Ley, lots. individual with anything to sell'

Larger, broader, higher, limitless in A. L. Hatch to I. W. Nettles, 20 The Sentinel's classified columnsare or trade can successfully find a buyeror
golden invitations lie the fields of Op- acres.J. full of little human interest sto- trader without the aid of the Sen- 14 E. CHURCH STREET :

portunity, which may only be made S. L'Hommedieu to J. W. Wig- ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof tinel want ads. Remember that its Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil .
Cultivate the habit of circulation five-sixths of :
f fruitful by Individual effort. fall, lots. people. represents
I; What an inspiration! I Chas. H/ Swasey to N. A. Boone, reading them. the Orlando community. CAR WASHED AND POLISHED : ;

Your Success lies within your own lot, $1,800. J

i s Soul. "Whatever men dare they may Mattie P. Chapman to Plymouth t+u. '. ...tM ''' ..... ; ; Prompt Service Personal Attention j
; do. Citrus Growers' Association, lots, ; I Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold ; ;

: Instantly get busy. Wait not for 2300. I I j

a the "big things," but make the "big W..H. Schultz to Thos. M. Henkel, : : Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager i :
thing" out of a lot of little things. 50 acres.C. .
Think and Work, and Work and D. Christ to Mary J. Gilchrist '.
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Think. Be cheerful and courageous. S. E. Ives, Marion B. Ives, and

Have confidence in yourself-that's Scruggs & Dickson, lots. I

f the inspiration that brings out the Linnie W. Lewter to Lee Bandy, f
best there is in us.-From the Ford lots, $1,200. ,b
Times. J. B. Magruder to H. C. Mathers,
c lots $1,000.Willie : ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

MANY GRAPE ARBORS W. Wilson to T. J. Smith, 12T'
I lots $1,000.McKoy .

r. Throughout the city numbers of Land Co. to J. Edson An- \ SHEET METAL CO. 1

r grape arbors are to be seen apparently drews, 18,000 acres, $120,000.
[ well loaded with fruit, which will Calvin Platt to Lewis Shiver, 80 i\

before long ripen, and add acres. ;
one more
t Metal
Slate 'Tile Tin
Ak l1JL' 'G" 111iC 191 Asbestos
: product to the already long list of W. I. Stineman, et al., executors, to A w ,

i natural "Made in Orlando" advertiser Alexander Harrop 105 acres, $35,000.J. and Rubber Roofings
r ts.i Moseley et al. to Florida Good

f L .ANEW OPPORTUNITYfor Cornices, Skylights .Healing, Ventilating Metal Ceilings :I
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the Man Woman who says, i

"* "Now, if I only had a Typewriter!" Works: ,((4 E. Church St. 4 ORLANDO ,
know how fast the ow old on pught-to-be-annvered letters.
YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, I'is usually a i.
r Announcement of the Spanish"Manana"-tomorrow. Here Is a typewriter which
makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving- It is not a large
Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres ,
f pondence. And its price is only 550.00. Here at last is the high-class, home
ff f machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter. SELLINGHAY

,.f Don't pen it-type it

EVERVphaseofmodernlifehasitsbusi. ink Marathon to a type yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score !
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If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making. carbon copies
your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never FLOURIs
10i' They will race through the machine to the say."I don't remember what I wrote."
Saturday July
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington Junior
Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates Our
___ change"paper"writing from the penandwhenever you wish. Business 1 1f

Boardman BHt. Room 104 S Orange Ave. Something New in Typewriters-the f
ft The Co-Operative Produce Co.

V RemingtonJUNIOR W. S. DeWITT, M'j'r. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 i

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for younelf and other members of your family write rapidly. If you wish to return it after 10
who have writing to do. Ion will find it an 'trial.yon maydom.e will refund your
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J..,umber, Laths and' Shingles SENTINEL Sealed NOTICE proposals TO PAVING will be CONTRACTORS received by the"ARCADE 4

County Commissioners of Orantre County,
State of Florida. at the office of the Clerk
of f the Circuit Court of Orange County at
Orlando. Florida at or before 2 P. M. Monday -
WANTSThe August 2nd. 1915, for treading and raving MILK
l with c one-quarter from Oakland to the dividing line
between Orange and Lake Counties.
Propoul Number One '
For grading and paving with, second qualitybrick
+ Morning Sentinel Want with 2x8 heart pine curb: pavement tobe DEPOT ;
Directory is the Greatest Want nine feet wide between boards and grouted 1
ORLANDO with a mixture of one part cement and one .
Ad Medium in Orlando. ,
part sand. ;
Proposal Number Two
Terms Cash in Advance. To include grading and paving with sec- ,

Cement Agatite Plaster and LimeREMEMBER ond inches quality wide and brick ten using inches cement in depth curb according four- BUTTER MILK '
RATES to the specifications for brick highwaynow Fresh
For One Day ______________25t<< in use in Orange County roads: width of Every Day.
For Three Days ____________50c pavement from out to out to be nine feet. 5c. per glass

For Six Days ______________75c For grading Proposal and paving Number with Three second quality 25c. per gallon
For One Month ____________$2.50 rick; brick to be wire cut lug, grouted witha CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of 2x8 heart pine curb: width of pavement BUTTER
between boards to be nine feet.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Number Four
Proposal Fresh
tains more than 25 words the rate For grading and paving with second quality
will be one cent per word for brick; brick to be wire cut lug. grouted witha SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- 4x10 concrete curb; width of pavement AND CAKES iJ i
from out to out to be nine feet.
sertion.If Proposals must be presented in sealed en- ..
you can't bring your ad to velopes endorsed on the outside with, the I --
number of proposal which is made. Each I
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
proposal must be accompanied by certified
counts opened by telephone will be check in the sum of $250,00 to be a executed t
! payable the following day. upon a State or National Bank and payableat ARCADE MilK DEPOT
h I. sight CourLThe to the order of the Clerk of the Circuit r
Every Home--Every Business ,
successful bidder or bidders will be
Every Man has use for a required to give bond in the sum of Five J
Thousand Dollars, such bond to be .. .
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executed by a Surety Company to be approved 1
by the County Commissioners.The .
... County Commissioners reserve the right Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR
to reject any and all bids. 1
FOR SALE M.County O. OVERSTREET Commissioners.B. Chairman. Board of '

M. ROBINSON. Clerk Circuit Court.G. graduate Davenport College, 17 and "1
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or R. RAMSEY, Highway Engineer.
18 Yowell-Duckworth
77414Don't building; phone
unfurnished 7 room ; large 209. Intelligent
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62V& everywhereare
being restored to health chiro-
188 nice lawn in fruit by
by ; ;
and flowers. 205 Liberty street. practic adjustments, the new science t' 1
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- 6-19-lmoc Forget Us of removing the cause of disease. Ex- 1
amination free. 12- .t-lmo
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top .d
and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
fuel. 7-3-tf when in SURVEYINGPlating

We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. FOR SALE-Cheao if taken at once, and Sub-Dividing
one roll top desk; one desk chair;; need of
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be gladof one 12-inch electric fan. L. H. Finley, PROMPT AND ACCURATE 1
corner Main and Pine streets. 7-2-6t


your gas service is not all that you think it should be SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction HAL A. IRISH

trouble and it for CAR. THIS IS A BAR 1
Phone No. 6, and we will find your remedy you. GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD Civil Engineer

CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf
'I I j
r FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla. ''-i
one quarter mile from city limits; '1
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. GuaranteedOur PHONE 646 i

. For Cadillac '
- Eight Cylinder i
FOR SALE-Late model Ford tour- Pricesare
ing car, electric lights and self- FOR SEASHORE, MOUNTAINOR

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO starter, new tires. A bargain for TOWN TRIPS A 1
cash. Can be seen at Ford Garage; reason-
or Box 696. 7-7-3t BARNARD & SON j

17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. i
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial' FOR SALE-Wagon, buggy and har- able."Quality". 12-10-lm A
ness; also a one-horse plow and cultivator l
good as new; and a 100 egg
incubator. These articles will
cheap. Address, G. A. Branson, 600 Our j
Gore avenue, or call at residence on Annual ExcursionJuly
South Parramore street. 7-7-6t Motto

FOR SALE-I have five Berkshire-
Poland China spring hogs left, at!
$6.50 apiece. Will let the bunch go 2nd
p for $30. Speak quick. Others are .
sold. Blue ribbon stock. Try elsewhere Connoisseurs Have

r then see me. C. E. Filbert, TO .
Pine Castle. 7-7-6t Passed JudgmentOn

Sale I FOR RENT' $7.00 I $9.00

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- work and it to
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. our pronounce SAVANNAH I CHARLESTON
Yancey. 3-28-tfc be the most satisfactory obtain-

able, not only in Orlando, but in ROUND TRIP FARES FROM
WANTED section where have
every they
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 travelled. Take advantage of ORLANDOAtlantic
WANTED good milk cows, noth-
ing under 12 quarts considered. your best institutions.
And continuing for two week Jerseys or Guernseys. Address C. D., VIA
care Sentinel. 7-3-Gt

LOST-On: white lawn dress, from Coast Line

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT JOn I ward.car. Leave at Sentinel and get 7-3-3t re Steam Laundry

PHONE 88 Standard Railroad of the South c
recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair ---- Tickets |||| HMD) Finallim-I
all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, ShOD. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc sold llUit July 14

Kimonas and House DressesMen's To reduce our stock as much as pos- CLINT BASSPHONE Good on all regular trains .1
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof
25 per cent off our regular cash 375 Steel Sleepers, Observation Cars
Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants pat price on any goods in store. Hammond -
& Gore. 6-5-tf West Jefferson Street 11 11For
Information Call on

buy, sell rent, and exchange: real Hand Wood W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
estate. Have resided in Orlando. Fla., CompanyWood
over 30 years. Have handled over OrlandoOSTEOPATH I
Come and look at our line j
20000000. Call and see me. of All Kinds
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. Whenever you want the best and PROMPT SERVICE .
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox REASONABLE PRICE
on Church street and your order win
WINTER GARDEN FLA. be promptly filled. 6-22-tf
--- Office corner Orange Avenue and
I Phone 333 for fresh meats.
your I Cut Flowers
Quality and service our motto. Cox's 'Jhurch St, Davis & McNeil Bldg,

------- 1 Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf Phone 419. rs,

To To Close HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale and Plants
Easy Open Easy
at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
Colonial l ] Hill
delivered to your home. City

Dust Proof, Moderate In PriceOur Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf Floral Designs X ?

The partnership of Davis and Man- .
ning, painting and decorating, has
been dissolved, and notice is hereby
You hear about Colonial -given that W. L. Davis will not be .Violet Dell Florist. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
tr1 liable for any debts incurred by said
0 firm. W. L. DAVIS. e FLORIDAWE
tLc .- Hills. -
You read about Colo- AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICA'
o 509. 408 South Lake St. REPAIRING
Located in the Arcade Building j
0 nial Hills. ._ 7!
All work guaranteed and neat- 1 1

as io -\. You talk about Colo- ly done. Our work is the best Y

.-ooI.tJJ' nial Hills. and This our is the prices place are to the have lowest.your I The Orlando Meat Market I I'i

. IJ'It old clothes made new. I _
Sooner or later you T. A. YANCY Manager ,1

'" "1 Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit .
will buy in Colonial dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Eola Box Fileis Hills. Why not NOW!. pressed _____________40c. Florida and Western Meats
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

It: will give you satis- pressed ____________50c Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
:Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telex faction and profit. Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
around and show We do ladies' work also. Give
phoneand: we will bring one you.
, us a trial and be convinced. / Business! 'I35 P. o. BOX aa6

W. S. BRANCH Clothes called for and delivered. PHONES \Residence| 3j Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.f" ..
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friends in .

THE POWER and value of courage and .
character stands out boldly in the man who, Realty
through his thrift and steadfastness of purpose in
i grows financially independent, for friends.
", money is the mighty force that makes for ..
independence of thought and action. chief ex
\ I dollar in this : Boyce, r
Every you deposit long established -
bank begins to earn another dollar visitors to HOW .
at once. Your money multiplies at 4
per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, A portion of every dollar you spend with the below merchants i
safety and soundly on the to indepen-
has already been deposited with us for you.
dence. A dollar opens an account.
repre-in Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery. t
mat- W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy: Drugs.
Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
THE STATE BANK City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. I
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. I \
passenger John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
FLORIDA yester- J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc (
Jackson- Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company; Dept.
avenue and Arcade building. Store.
"Saving Means Said
yi I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
J. A. Caplinger, Electrician.
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is money i

r 7-7-tf' The Peoples National Bank
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AnEconomy! the. busi- '. ,. . . .. . . . . . . .. ... . .... f

Buy Now! hotel.They

I commis-, chair-the USED CAR BARGAINS ,

"ELDER"r ; they Orlando 7-7-tf are 1 Runabout, overhauled repainted,

r: Water a'R resi-his new top, shock absorbers, $[ Q K f| o.

among lOUU|
P spending fully equipped, at -

i Is a standard for Line passenger,with Runabout Speedster repainted,

r'. purity, aids digestion men among visit- electric lights, new tires throughout. -

and eliminatesS

r acidity. in the Fast and in per- ( 0 K fi I
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,1 t 7-7-tf feet condition, for

; This being accomplished a world of sick' who
ness'is saved. Nature provided Spring Water weeks at ft
yes- ,
and Spring Water alone for mankind and report a i

nothing can take its place.BEGIN NOW. i San Juan ,Garage Company J i

of the .. .lll ll 1.11111.II.II.I'III..elllll.II.I..I.I..I.. '....II..t.III.r 1ij
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Phone WRIGHT, 444

of Unusual legal expressions are often passed overas 4. .' oar
Ga., of no interest to the layman. "Intestate,"how-
Mae Cal- ever, is a term that may have a bearing on the
welfare of every one.
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disposition of property and leaves no will. Unwilled i
property is disposed of according to the 1 1S
Intestate Laws. 1
S.. have you r' {v 7 wr
7-7-tf This Company assists individuals to correctly ".
word a will; also acts as sole or co-executor undera
and will.

t Valuable Diamond Lost departed Atlantic UNWILLED r 3.

home in To put off writing one's will is to leave undone an rtwy .
t. _- keep in important duty. i r
in this
Senti- Unwilled propery is divided in accordance with 4k
How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- State. the provisions of the Intestate Laws, which pro-
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby visions may be entirely at variance with the own- k
having it examined at our store at least once every of er's wishes.
month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof Orlando This Company writes wills clearly, expressing the .
manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin Atlantic testator's wishes in correct legal phraseology; _
wills without charge if desired -
seals and safely keeps
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's of the
executes the provisions
profit. A trial will convinec you. the sum- ; ;
by Miss will if appointed to do so. i'Or1allO
popu- Further information on request.

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Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three ...
Dr. Still Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00.I' .

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