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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 9, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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I THE MORNING SENTINEL \ '





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915. NUMBER 127.

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MEXICAN GANGS ON TEXAS RAMPAGE ; .





ITALIANS TAKE IMPORTANT R. R. BRIDGE



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t .. ATTACKING INVADE TEXAS POINTS GUERRILLAS AT SEVERAL Brief Ticked Bulletins Off Wire AFTER ITALIANS VIOLENT BRIDGE CAPTURE BATTLE Storm Millions Kills of Dollars Fifty; ""ARRY IHAWEFFECTIVE" \ MAKS[ MOST ;



At Late Hour Property DamageAccording

ARE NOT ATTACHED TO GEN. VILLA ADRIATIC HAS REACHED LIVERPOOLNo :

FRENCH SUCCEED IN CAPTURING to figures compiled today LIBERTY PLEA .
more than fifty were
800 YARDS GERMAN persons
Rioting for Bread in Mexico Cotton to Sweden or Nor-
TRENCHES killed and several score injured by

City Has Become General London, July 8.-With the French way, Says BritainTeutonson the violent wind and rain storm which

-Conditions Worse and Germans alternately launching DefensiveItalyLoses extended from Nebraska to Ohio last
SINCE[ "HIS COMMITMENT
.1
Than Ever been violent renewed attacks in, the brisk region fighting north has of Cruiser night and property early yesterday damage is morning.The estimatedat i

several millions of dollars.
to Arras. Most of the voilent engage- CHIASSO JULY 8. BULLETIN. 4
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Washington, July 8.-Dispatches in .
The greatest loss of life was
ments have taken place along the AFTER A VIOLENT BATTLE BASEBALL RESULTS
the state department from Mexico )- FOR FIVE HOURS THIRTY
Cincinnati and its vicinity, where 33
Angres-Souchez road and in the vicinity LASTING ALL DAY THE
City state that rioting for bread has of the railroad station at the ITALIANS TOOK PEDGORA, A are known to be dead and 15 missing. National League MINUTES HE RESISTS .

become general, and if possible condi- latter place. Here a French violent SUBURB OF GORIZIA, COMMANDING Eighteen of the dead were deck hands Philadelphia' 0, Pittsburgh 2. ATTORNEY COOK

tions are worse than they ever have night attack preceded by a heavy artillery THE RAILROAD BRIDGE who were drowned by the capsizingof Only game played, rain.
been. bombardment succeeded in capturing OVER THE ISONZO. the towboat Convoy on the Ohio. American League

The war department was informed 800 yards of German outer In eastern Missouri the storm as- Cleveland-Detroit, rain. IPROSPECTS FOR UBERTY BRIGHT
line trenches. sumed the proportions of a tornado, _
today that Mexican guerrillas have ADRIATIC IS SAFE All scheduled.
demolishing 162 blocks in St. Charles,
invaded Texas at several points in NEW YORK, JULY 8.-BULLE- Federal League Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Will
a town of about 11,000 people.St.
LINER IS AFIRE AT
SEA Baltimore 2, Newark 6.
Cameron county and are attacking TIX.-TJlE WHITE STAR LINE
Peters, town of 300 inhabit-
a Not Appear at Trial Because
Untied States cavalry posts at long HERE ANNOUNCED AT 6 P. :M. Chicago 4, Kansas City 0. -
ants, and Gilmore, village of 100,
New York.-The a
Atlantic Trans-
13 St. Louis 5.
range. THAT THE ADRIATIC HAD ARRIVED Pittsburgh of Illness, It
almost out. In St. Charles
The war department officials said it port Line steamship Minnehaha, on SAFELY AT LIVERPOOL.No were wiped Brooklyn-Buffalo, rain. Is f
and St. Peters there loss of Thought
was no
her from New York
instructions to way to London, ( Southern League
scarcely required any is fighting a fire today in No. 3 hold, 1. life, and in Gilmore only one was Memphis 5, Birmingham 1.
the borderas Cotton Scandinavian
the officers of the army on to Ports New York 8. Thaw
killed. In Lincoln and Custer counties July -Harry
to how to meet this situation. It according to a wireless message received London, July 8.-The president of Nashville 2, New Orleans 0.
1 the line. Nebraska, wind and hail caused took the witness stand on his own be-
The
by fire is not Mobile 3 Little Rock 0.
,
is stated, however, that they have the Board of Trade announces that
believed be serious. heavy crop damage, and in the village half at the trial his
to I Atlanta 6, Chattanooga 2. jury on sanity
been told to clear the country of these the export of cotton from Great Brit- '
The Minnehaha left New York July of Callaway several buildings were South Atlantic League before Justice Hendrick today, and
border robbers. The department does ain to Scandinavian countries will be I .
not anticipate any serious trouble, as 4 for London by way of Halifax. She prohibited hereafter, except under a unroofed.In southern Illinois the storm Augusta 7, Savannah 5. for five hours and thirty minutes
it is known the gangs which have had not reached Halifax when the license issued by the war trade com- Columbia 2, Charleston 1. skilfully resisted the insidious onslaughts -
caused heavy damage. At Mound
crossed the border are not attachedto message announcing the presence of mittee. Macon 9, Albany 3. of Prosecutor Cook.It .
the fire was sent. She carried no City the business part of the town Jacksonville 3-1, Columbus 1-1; sec-
Villa. The announcement further states is agreed on all sides that Thaw .,
was flooded. In central and southern
t The state department was informed passengers. that cotton en route to Scandinavia, Indiana three persons were killed and game 11 innings, darkness. made the most effective plea for lib- 0
this from Mexico that if destined that has been uttered him
evening City an enemy property, or to injured. Telegraph and tele- erty by
many
the Zapatistas have taken the 'offensive any enemy country, will not be allowed phone service demoralized and since his commitment to Matteawan.At .;.
TRAMMEll HAS SEVERALAPPOINTMENTS was TO SHIP A TRAINLOAD OFCATTLE
and are attacking the Obregon to proceed. buildings unroofed. the end of the day his whole life
flank. This activity of the Zapatistas bad been covered exhaustively by At-

indicates they have a sufficient force, TO Teutons on Defensive I SEMINOLE CITIZENS VISIT PARENT TO CHICAGO torney Cook down to the shooting of
not only to meet Gonzales, who is op- London, July 8.-Strong Russian Stanford White.Tomorrow .
I. COUNTY
erating against the city from the reinforcements between the rivers morning Cook will attack -

east, but to cope with Obregon in the MAKE YET Vistula and Bug have compelled the STOCKYARDSSOUTHPORT ,Thaw upon that line, and here
Orlando visited by will the .. ,
north. Austro-Hungarians driving on War- was yesterday come supreme test. -
The effect of the attack by Zapataon I sw from the south to assume the de several of the representative citizensof Thaw probably will continue on the
Obregon will be to force him backto HAS YET TO APPOINT FIVE fensive. Sanford and surrounding country, STOCK FARMSTO stand most of tomorrow. Information ..

the north from which he had been MEMBERS STATE HIGHWAY including' the board of county com- SHIP CATTLE TO from Chataugay lake tonight

driven by Villa's troops. COMMISSION Italian Cruiser Sunk missioners and other officials of Sem- CHICAGO AND WEST made it extremely improbable that
Rome, July 8.-The Italian armored inole. They were here for the pur- Mrs. Thaw, because of her illness,will

FINE SPECIMEN OF MELONMr. cruiser Amalfi was torpedoed an Attorney General West to Ap- Cattle Are Fattening for Mar
sunk at dawn today by an Austrian highways of Orange and getting acquainted In this event her testimony at the
J. W. Graves, one of the cham- point Second Assistant submarine while taking part in a with our system of building ket-Several Prominent last habeas corpus proceeding will be

pion watermelon growers of Orange Attorney General reconnoissance in the upper Adriatic, better roads. After being shown Cattlemen in Orlando read and Thaw will be the last wit- "

county, who will ship several car Provided For it was officially announced tonightby over the "system" by Mr. M. 0., Over- YesterdayW. ness at the trial, with the exceptionof '.
loads of this favorite fruit today, the ministry of marine. Most of street, chairman of the Orange coun- the state's aleinists.

brought to this office yesterday a Tallahassee, Fla.-Governor Tram- the members of the crew were saved. ty board, the party left here to inspect R. Gardner,' representing the
44 very fine specimen of the Excel variety mell still has a half dozen or more the recently constructed oil National Stockyards, at St. Louis ARCADIA LAD DROWNS

which tipped the scales at fifty appointments to make as a result of CAUGHT RIGHT ARM IN LAUN- roads near Eustis. Mo., was among the visitors to Or-
pounds. The melons Mr. Graves has the last meeting of the legislature, DRY MACHINE YESTERDAY The party was composed of C. W. lando yesterday, coming from Kis- Arcadia, Fla.-Finley Moffatt 12

been shipping for several days are ex- and although a number of them are Yesterday afternoon about two' Entzminger, Thos. McLain, H. H. Pat- simmee, where he has been spendingsome year old son of a well known citizenof

ceptionally large, averaging from receiving his consideration it was o'clock, while working in the mangleroom tishall, C./D. Brumley, J. B. Jones, H. time, to mingle with the stock- Arcadia, was drowned in Peace

forty to forty-five pounds. stated by Secretary Gray this morn- of the Steam Laundry, Miss L Lyman, Chas. A. Dallas, W. M. men in this section, and getting a lineon river about 1 o'clock Tuesday.

ing that the governor had not yet decided Alice Anderson, in attempting to Haynes, Harry Ward, W. R. Healey, the stock which will soon be on

WAR WILL END QUICKLY; Among upon the any offices of them.which were cre- chine reach to over see the if safety the roll rod was of the hot ma-got C.Williams.R. Walker, C. L. Walker, and J. T. the market.He was the. guest of W. M. Davis, S SMITH I T Ft SAYS FEW HAVE

the and
ated
by legislature which are her right arm caught in the machin- who is associated with H. L. Beeman
still to be filled are the five membersof A SPRAINED ANKLE and R. L. Hyer, of this city, and J.
in such a that it
PROSPERITY U. S.San S.r S. ery way was severe- PAID WAR TAXEST.
the state highway commission and
ly torn and burned. Drs. Edwardsand M. Lee and Ruhl Bass, of Kissimmee,
the state road engineer, members of who have formed a partnership for
McEwan dressed the wound, and Mrs. Philip Bunn, wife of Superin-
Francisco, July .-In a speech the commission to investigate into the reported that none of the bones appeared tendent Bunn of Greenwood (ceme- the purpose of buying, raising and W. Smith, deputy internal reve-
delivered at a banquet given by the needs for a mothers' pension law in to be broken. It is not be- tery), will be confined to the house shipping cattle, and the organizationis nue collector, who Wednesday began

commercial club at San Francisco to- this state. lieved the wound is serious, and it for some time with a sprained ankle, known as the Southport Stock the work of collecting the special war
day, E. H. Gary, chairman of the The resignation of R. A. Gray as is hoped that with good care Miss resulting from a fall from the back Farms. This company, which is one revenue internal tax, for the sixth
board of directors of the United assistant state auditor to accept appointment Anderson will in a few days be as porch steps, which are very steep and of the largest and strongest in the district, reports that very few of the '
States Steel Corporation, predictedan as secretary to the gover- well as ever. minus a railing for protection. South, expects to send a solid train business people affected by this tax
nor following the resignation of Sec- load of cattle to Chicago and other
unusually quick end to the Euro- have as yet paid up. He is especially'anxious
retary Tolbert Whitfield, resulted ina points in the West about the 21st of
that of the Orlando
declared that none
pean war and peace
in the state auditor's de (90 Year Old Parshall
would bring about unprecedented vacancy "Johnny" this month. "subjects" should have to pay the 50
prosperity for the United States. partment. No successor to Mr. Gray The cattle are a little late in get- per cent. fine which is the punish-

has been announced. Ran Away To See The SightsChicago."Johnny" ting in shape for shipment, due to ment for faliure to pay before the end
Attorney General Thomas West :
PAPER BALLOONS TRAVELED the unusually bad winter conditions of the present month.
HIGH also has an appointment to make. which prevailed here during the past The enterprises subject to this spe-
The legislature created the office of season. Now, however, the rains have cial tax theatres motion
Parshall ran was getting durned tired of that cab- are picture
Several paper balloons were sent second assistant attorney general and away from his home in Glen Ellyn, bage leaf. That's one reason why I brought on a good growth of grass pool rooms, billiard rooms, retail : ..
up again last night on a reconnoitering while the names of a number of at- a North Shore suburb, and came to ran away. I had to wear one of them and the cattle on the ranges are fast tobacco dealers doing over $200 j'j'shows
expedition to the great town of torneys throughout the state have Chicago to see the sights. Johnny is little cotton hats-hottest things you fattening ready for the market. per year business. Mr. Smith will be I
p been considered there has been With the demand for beef in
no an- big Orlando for the remainder
in of the
Lifeopolis on'the banks of the Little ninety years old. ever saw-and I had to wear a cab-
Econlockhatchee. They traveled due nouncement of the appointment of a The first thing he did was to get bage leaf next my hair to keep my the foreign market, the cattle men week, and is making his headquarters .

east and passed Orlando just before successor. lost. He wandered into the Illinois head from perspiring. Good for the are expecting to gets good prices for at the office of the Curry & Smith

the 'wee small hours. They were fly- Central station on Park Row, while hair, but it gets tiresome. Ever try their stock. Several prominent cat- cigar factory.Mr. ,
ing very high and safely crossed the 1914 COTTON CROP LARGEST looking for the home of his friend, 'em?" tle men were in Orlando yesterdayfrom Smith has for some years been

river before they were discovered by EVER GROWN I. C. Brown, who lives on Oakley The detective never had. various sections of the county, in charge of the sixth district, but t

the Salam nders. One of the largestof Washington, D. C.-The American boulevard. "Then I got tired of the cows and among them being LaFayette Pike, formerly had headquarters at Center
cotton of 1914 the "The and L. Pike, Jr., of the Zellwood sec- Hill. Recent changes in this district
the flaming air raiders came near crop was largestever "Had the initials right, anyhow, chickens, continued Johnny.
collapsing on account of the vibra- produced, having reached 16- chuckled Johnny as he looked up at farm's all right, but I've got a long tion. have made it necessary to change the ,

tions of the motor on the tissue pa- 134,930 equivalent SOO ound bales, the sign which said "I. C. Station." time to live yet, and I want to see location of the collector's headquarters. .
per. which if placed end to end, would He was jauntily swinging his cane the sights once in a while. I'm nine- AUSTRIAN. AERO SMASHED ON It was planned to locate the

reach more than half around the when a detective, attracted by his ty, but I'm spry as a kitten." SPUR OF MONTE NERO new headquarters at another city, but

HALF HOLIDAY GREATLY ENJOYED world at the equator. These figures, flowing white locks, and the weather- Johnny did a few stunts flippinghis at the urgent request of Mr. Smith "
announced today by the census bureau beaten old straw hat which was. set heel sidewise to prove his youth. Geneva.-An Austrian aeroplane Orlando was selected for the purpose. 1
constitute the walked be- carrying a pilot and an observer fell Although he has not fully decidedit
government'sfinal at a rakish angle atop them. The And he talked on as he
Practically all places of business in report. They remove any doubt detective approached him with a curious side the detective until they reachedthe down a precipice onto the spur of is highly probable that Mr. Smith ,
Orlando, with the exception of the whether last year's crop exceeded the I expression. detective bureau. Monte Nero on Saturday and was will move here in the'near future, but

i'1 drug stores, confectioneries, doctors' former record crop of 1911 and show "Beats that old cabbage leaf all "Don't tell my daughter that you smashed. It was many hours before for the present he will travel back

offices and the police station, (news- that 442,339 equivalent 500-pound hollow," explained the runaway John- i met me," warned Johnny, "or she'll the bodies of the two aviators couldbe and forth between this place and his

paper offices excepted), closed at the bales more were grown last year thanin ny. : send that doggoned automobile to reached. home. There are eleven counties in
stroke of and the 1911. leaf back. the sixth district over which Mr.
twelve yesterday, "Cabbage ? repeated the de bring me .
Thursday half holiday was greatly tective. But the detective did just that. He THE WEATHERFor Smith has charge, these being Osee- '

enjoyed by every person except those This week 6 pkgs. 5 cent, or 4 "Yep," laughed the little old man, telephoned Mrs. E. H. Anderson, and Florida: Generally fair today ola, Polk, Orange, DeSoto, Lee, Seminole .
who are employed in the places above pkgs. 10 cent toilet paper, 25 cents. slapping his leg with his cane, and she came after the runaway in the and Saturday; moderate variable St. Lucie', Palm Beach, Bro ward, t
mentioned. & O'NeaL acstatic little automobile. winds. Brevard, and Dade.
Curtis executing an hop. "I "doggoned 4 I I r

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STATE WILL NOT FORCE MRS.
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; THAW TO TAKE STAND

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New York.-Any. probability that ;; ;:: ;;;. ;

;. Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw would be ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
; called as a witness against her husband Established 1S66

Harry K. Thaw, in his sanity "
trial here seemed eliminated when the
; pci High-Class Boarding School for young ladies in charge of
hearing was resumed today. Mrs. "> Sisters of St. Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and "-,
Thaw, who left New York yesterday I non-Catholic families of this and other states. Buildings .ily .
without appearing in court in answer ;N equipped with all modern conveniences. Delightful and healer' a .
; location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course thorough, embracing '"
; to a state subpoena, was believed to al branches requisite for a solid and refined education.
be back in her camp at Chateaugaylake. c Music, Painting, languages, Comercial Course. Terms moderate.For .
; 4 Pa full particulars, write
It developed that while here Mrs. i SISTER SUPERIOR.

Thaw had a conference with Deputy Gt illliOtlMMHtttttlfllitCtiCIMIillMM .
Attorney General Frank K. Cook,who

:- is in charge of the state's case against __
Thaw. Mrs. Thaw said afterwards
f that Mr. Cook had decided that she
; The arketOF :
E had no new testimony of value to r $ t
give. Mrs. Thaw while here obtained 4 ;
CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
: a certificate from Dr. Bernard Livingston -
to the effect that she was not in r OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ..
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a physical condition to stand the ordeal : FRESH AND SALT MEATS ,
t as a witness. Kept under the best sanitary condition

When court adjourned yesterday 7 Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh "
'9 the state was presenting the testimony and pure. "

t of former Harvard students 1 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
t. concerning Thaw's conduct when in : !
J everything in the Heat Lice.
that university. The state's alienists

t had not yet testified. ,s t ':A :
H. M. Self <& Co.

!: THE NEW "NEW SOUTH" PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

r r The MARGUERITE CLARK IN "THE PRETTY SISTER OF JOSE," AT GRAND TODAY I
Curry & Smith Cigar company, .
l. of this city, is constantly increasing tMIMIiinililliiltttlllMMMIillllllllit II
its output and will soon have a forceof $10 SUIT COST $800,000 I((POSTAL DEFICIT NINE MONTHSIS FUNNY ABOUT SOME PEOPLE I II
100 cigar makers at work. Wednesday $8,000,000.Washington WE DELIVER THE GOODS
k' of this week the company put out Little Rock, Ark.-A suit to test I I You'll hear a man say "No, it

thirteen hundred cigars of an abso- the right of the governor to veto any D. C.-In a statement doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals Orlando and
Service
lutely new make, "The New South," items in an appropriation bill after made today, Postmaster General' : to too small a class of people. Delivery Messenger
f a five cent cigar. These were merely the legislature has adjourned, is on Burleson says that the exact amount !! And yet when the same man loses ,
file in the Pulaski I of the deficit in his : his bunch of keys he rushes to the ;
sample cigars with which Mr. W. K. chancery court department for Harley-Davidson Truck
newspaper' with a "Lost" ad, although -
Curry intended going on the road the here. John H. Page, commissioner I the past fiscal year will not be known he knows that in the whole
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first of the coming week. The local of agriculture, has instituted an action -!before September, but that for the wide world there is only one person FOR QUICK SERVICE
demand for the samples has been so to force the state auditor to paya :first nine months of the fiscal year it who can possibly be influenced by his
"Lost" ad. isn't ?
Contradictory, it
great, however, that the limited sup- $10 item for stamps, though the :amounted to $8,008,034. i I __ __ __ __ ____ ,
\ ply was speedily exhausted, although' governor cut this item from the gen- I PHONE 444
only distributed in small lots, and Mr. eral appropriation bill. Today's Sentinel is replete with the DoctorsBuckiiiaster 1 1II
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Curry will have to postpone his in- Should Page win his suit, attorneyssay advertisements of most of the merchants 1
". troduction of the new smoker to the that every item of the $800,000 I I of Orlando, and there are some & BrnndageOSTEpPATHS : Good and Bad Cigar Stores ij
general trade until a few days later vetoed by the governor would be rare shopping opportunities containedin 1

than first intended. The New South galized. Ie-I I these advertisements, which care- Personal Instruction under Dr. Still ..IMinilllliaMIMIMMMIfliMMMmMIIIIHiHTIE .
five cent cigar is a straight Havana, The ground on which the suit ful and discriminating buyers will at Kirksville, Mo.
and it is confidently predicted by the brought is that the governor, having readily grasp. Read all the advertise. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
makers that it will "burn up the waited until after the assembly ad- ments carefully. National Bank. Phone 578. '1
veto PUCE E TO SAVE MONEY
world.. journed members to of the legislature appropriations no oppor, gave -- ---,- -- -- t

JEAN ROCHAMBEAU KILLED IN tunity to pass the appropriation bill
BATTLE over his signature.
FANCY. GEORGIA PEACHES.
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Paris.-Lieut. Count Jean de Roch- SEEK YUCATAN FOR SCENES r -

Marshal ambeau, Jean a great.great-grandson de Rochambeau, the of, New York.-The Fox Film Corporation Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price. '!

commander of the French forces at announced yesterday that it had

a the capture of Yorktown, was killedon chartered an ocean liner to transport Watermelons and Georgia Cantaloupes -
the battlefield at HartmannsweilerKopf
Annette Kellerman, "the diving Venus I.
in Upper Alsace, 'June 14, ," and a company of 400 to Yuca- on Ice .f
The lieutenant was twentythreeyears tan, where a big motion picture will I
old. He was commanding a be photographed. It was said the

section of machine guns in front of start will be made from New Yorkin MellageTh J. W. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH SP
a line of trenches on the crest of the a few days.According the Business V "VK1 IWV\ N o. 6 ,
mountain which since January has to the management, an
of OrlandoA
been the scene of some of the most attempt will be made to outdo pre- Men

obstinate fighting of the war. vious efforts in motion photography.The young doctor, making a start in a small town, decided that to be prosperous
Young Rochambeau took part in all cost of the picture was estimatedat be must look prosperous. He bought a new buggy and two good orses. Although
the engagements, winning promotionand $500,000.The be had only a few patients he always kept on the jump, attending to his patients Valspar Val-Enamel I 8 *;
smallest needs. People began to notice this young doctor driving about town and j
mention in the
orders of the
day. scenes will be directed by Her- /
they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start-a start
As he had been a brilliant cadet at bert Brenon, who produced "Nep that led to a comfortable practice.A It pays to use the Best. ,
Saint Cyr and Saumur, he was trans- tune's Daughter," the film featuringMiss town, like this doctor must look prosperous to be prosperous. You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers J d
ferred to the staff of the general commanding Kellerman which was shown at Clean streets, attractive store windows, well-painted buildings and dwellingsgive Paints and Varnishes atFinley's ,
I the prosperous air. Well-painted buildings are greatest of these. }'
that part of the Vosges in the Globe theatre last summer. .f
which Hartmannsweiler Kopf is located -
but the lieutenant, at his own LOST HER PURSE AND MONEY I Dutch Boy A.tic White Lead Pioneer Paint Store i 3

request, went into the trenches again. Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
Only a few days ago a young lady i
No individual with anything to sell lost her purse with a week's salary We have the best men and the best equipment to do j
durable and that
make
and Dutch Boy linseed oil a most protective paint keeps
or trade can successfully find a buyeror therein. She was very much worried buildings well painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and the best work. The best is the cheapest. ,
trader without the aid of the Sentinel but. site did the very best thing under tinted any color desired. Sold by all good dealers. Better get in touch with your it
j want ads. Remember that its the circumstances. She placed a want dealer in the interests of prosperity. Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat ;
circulation represents five-sixths of ad. in the Sentinel and-her purse NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
the Orlando community. was returned! I i =


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;,.;. : : '#$ ; : ,,: .. ,. --. :.f.?:: ; : t"G:-v; The season of 1914-1915 has been conceded to have been the least profitable to

;"(E::r J J rf: '., ,-" ,:!: d'p4, :, ,A,, t .. .' .. "';>- .",: i > Citrus fruit producers of any selling season for ten years, and there have been many ,
l.'... .... ; 'lj :,J; :t1\ ': \ 1'!" x $ >or .. : "", .' ,;. ,'... :':).growers who showed a balance on the wrong side of the ledger. :
: ?:i '!t'?' : '" ,. ,'..'IU.t :;; f ''r',y '. ., ;;"J.'! This condition could, and would have been avoided had Ocklawaha Nurseries
J -" : IeIM.. ii "!' trees been planted in these The test of the OcklawahaNurseries ;
:' ;; $. .l'\ : '. ; \ pedigreed groves. groves
....... :.. .... ;
) ... ;:. t; ,. ..,. "vW :::'- .*: :t :... u "f from which our trees are budded, seventeen acres in extent, of an average
:';0 '''' f:; -,_""' : ... ): --! ;i{ : ; \7J" of five years, from planting of two year buds, yielded an average of over four boxes
!t2 o .. ... .,. .. .;o.-& -' ).+ -' ... ;i':; t :<" per tree, and the amount realized was over six thousand dollars. In this grove, our
:.. ".L e .t 'pi 1;: ::t Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old ,averaged $21.40 per' tree, or sixteen !
; .. ..." ;0" Q.' .t..... ; hundred dollars per acre. j
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l.;,. '\.. G 'W> M: "f'1'I The planting .
h' .. ;; ..; :- !t! tt of budwood to give such results, and the trees we are selling from our stock today
,;. still better because have given the selection of buds used in
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... Lffr' .....(21;.1- : .1 ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these specI -
Nil L4''ii 4J ... .- ,-..: ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in planting
-'t. rnt 'S-1 :'1! :ro: <--.w--.o1 J'v;!i your grove.

: t i i. ;'j" All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,
? .. \ I'IIL! ...""" "" 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
: '4 i r- .... i, ,, l from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

;: ; d !::1 '.:.J : I it: grower, when so treated.
,* l J' <;!" r ;" If you can start right, don't you see where it will pay you?. The ONLY way,

((2f .: ... .''k t. f .' is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES TREES. They cost more, but.
\ '::- .?j For your convenience, we have opened offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-

R ]II %..... b.,. t. : ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with :Mr. G. G. Wright, our 1
1'4 F : o r ....3 agent. He will show you successful groves already under way, and show you the
Fr. ;.; A. _; "o ; _: ..: -... ; 'Ji trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that
!i._ I\.; ';, i it pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees.
ih--: .'L,_. For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,
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Tangerine, Florida.

producing trees of quality Fruit can be produced only from Ocklawaha G. Wright Agt No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth BIdg. .',
Nurseries Pedigreed Trees. Order YOURS NOW. They are grown, not manufactured -

and it takes time to do it-its precious. Do it NOW. Orlando, Florida


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ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hatfield and Mr. was a recent guest at the home of her !jly on another business trip.

and Mrs. Arthur Speer and Miss Ger uncle, Mr. C. J. Sweet. Mr. J. W. Williams, of Lakeland, '

Taft, Fla., July 7.A delightful tie celebrated the fourth by spendingthe Mrs. Walter Tanner and baby, Ruth I has purchased 10 acres of land front
picnic was held July 5 on the school day Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. !
and
Monnett, left Wednesday morning for I Etty will start up a smalldairy. Moving MOM
grounds with a large attendance. A C. C. Colliers. Mulberry to visit relatives.Mr. I .
bountiful dinner served and ice
was Misses Bessie and Olive Michael en- Preaching at the Baptist church

cream, lemonade, and all the good tertained a group of girl friends on R. D. Waring, of the Waring Sunday, July 11, at 3 p. m., by Rev.
things. The speakers in the silvermedal Realty was in Pine Castle
Friday for the day. Those presentwere company E. T. Poulson, of the Orlando Baptist
pntest gave their recitations Misses Kate and Lena on business Monday.Mrs. .
Story, church. All Did ever ?
are cordially invited to you move
.... for a part of the entertainment. The Catherine and Edith Sadler, Frances E. Taylor, the mother of Mrs. attend.
I Special music will be rendered Then know what it
you means and will have
day was spent very pleasantly, but Bourne, Audrey Briley, Dewey Vick, G. C. Miller, is visiting here with her for some sympathy

your correspondent was necessarily and Dollie Baxter. A delightful time daughter's family.Mr. Mrs. C. D. Christ addressed a large as.We
absent business in Kissimmee.Mr. are moving the best goods from the Yowell-Duckworth
on was spent.PINE J. B. Smith audience
manager of the at Union Chapel in the interest -
and Mrs. C. W. Hill and daughter Grocery to the store occupied by Caruthers & Gore.
Pine Castle Realty company, returned of peace. Mrs. Christ is presi-
We are also serving the customers of both stores from this 1'
and Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs. Sem- CASTLE NEWS home
Saturday from an extensive dent of the Peace Society of Orlando.Mr. .
place.
onite, of Tampa, were welcome
very business
At
trip. Hendersonville, N. W. S. Slough moved with his
callers on Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tompkins Pine Castle, Fla., July 7.-Miss Es- C., Mr. Smith sold the Blue Ridge Inn family from Sorrento and is established Come round and see the condition we are in, and then

on Third street, last Tuesday. telle Harris, who left on Wednesday, to Mr. J. B. Stinespring, of Orlando.Mr. in their home watch the transformation scene in the next few days. When it is
new the
They were autoing on their way home June 30, for the North, will visit her U. G. Slaton, the former owner school house. near settled you will see the store of

from Daytona where they had beento friend, Miss Ruth M. Grimes, of of the Inn at Hendersonville, has tak- I
attend the races. Keene, New Hampshire. Miss Grimes, en the ranch of Mr. J. P. A. Herman, Mr. J. W. Matchett lost his horse Our

.. Contrary to the information given who formerly lived here, returned to in West Pine Castle, and Mr. Herman I;Tuesday night by colic. Had just Grocery Co.
the
by some correspondent from Taft the New Hampshire in 1910 after the becomes the owner of a fine piece of purchased animal for driving pur-

k Nelson House is not closed for the death of her father here, and is nowa land at Roseland, on the East Coast. poses and now has lost it. the cleanest and best in quality of groceries in the city.

season, but is having guests every teacher in her native state. Miss Remember this is your grocery and 'we cordially invite to
day right along, and is open for bus- Harris was accompanied on the trip Mr. J. B. Smith's trip took him The Sentinel's classified columnsare call and help us make it the leading trading place in the you
iness. from Hendersonville, N. C., to Atlanta full of little human interest sto- grocery
by Miss Florence Chapin, of Orlando, line in the city.
Mr. John Hill is still on the .sick as far as Springfield, Mass., where Ga.; thence to Roseland, Fla., and ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof
Send orders to phone 200 and will
I he handled business which your you get prompt ser-
list and is not improving much. Miss Chapin will spend the summer. amounted people. Cultivate the habit of vice.
to $169,000. Mr. Smith leaves short- reading them.
Mr. J. A. Simms transacted business
Miss Nellie Hansel, of Kissimmee, I
in Orlando Tuesday. He is make .
I was a recent visitor here, among rel-
ing arrangements to leave soon for atives and friends.Dr. .
the North. We regret his leaving Our Co.
and Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett re- W. F. AYRES Grocery
E. R. AYRES
very much, as he was one of our sub- turned
Saturday evening from a tripon Proprietors and Owners
stantial Colorado.citizens. He goes to Meeker, the East Coast, going as far southas 6 and 8 East Pine Street ,<


Russell Safford and wife spent a Messrs.Homestead.Billie and Ottie Johns, of I Daytona Beach HotelON

few days, including the fourth, with Okeechobee City, are visiting their
friends in Kissimmee. grandmother, Mrs. RebeccaJohns, OCEAN BEACH

Rumors are in the air that the and their father, Mr. Madison Johns. Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS
school building is to be moved over
beyond the old sawmill near theswamp Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner and Mr. Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished ..
and Mrs. J. W. Matchett autoed to
where it will be convenientand Single and en Suite Sanford Jacksonville
Titusville last week where they great to
the children
hear the cheerful
can 0 ly enjoyed a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold
melody of the frogs.
Herman Hicks (nee Miss Katie Shower Baths, Free to guests AND RETURN

Matchett).
OAKLAND NEWS NOTES Rates $2.00 Day. Special Rates the Week
Mr. H. A. Hoffner, of Jacksonville, per by "c'
the fourth with his Dinners 50 cents $ T.OO ,
Oakland, Fbu, July 7.-Miss Mabel spent parents, Mr.
Saint, of Sanford, arrived Thursday and Mrs. C. H. Hoffner.Mr. BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS

to spend several days with her friend, U. G. Slaton, of Henderson Including meals and berth .
Mrs. Eugene Speer. ville, N. C.; Mr. G. W. Glass, of At-

lanta, Ga.; Mr. Clinton Crow, of Se- Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days
.. Miss Ellen Henschen is home this
ville, Ga., I
are recently registered at
week from Jacksonville on her vaca- Pine Crest hotel. Where Shall I tion, two weeks of which she spent at
Mr. Clinton Crow is a sweet
Arcadia with her sister, Mrs. Henry potato L 6 :
Levis. expert, and was here looking into FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY

the methods of sweet potato culture. WOMEN j Gainesville, Fla.
Mrs. W. A. Wilkes and Lulu May Pine Castle having acquired the name Tallahassee, Fla. I Leaves Sanford Tues. Thurs. and A.M.A I IA
returned from their visit to Jefferson, and fame of being the largest sweet Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the Sat. 11:30

Ga., on Saturday.A potato producing and plant shipping best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the combination daylight and searchlight trip !
country. North and 'East.
surprise party and pretty June locality in Florida. Mr. Crow is now
Modern buildings and equipment of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
box given by several and ; (
was boys
writing a book on sweet potato rais- all modern conveniences. j I 378 students last session. Total en- i
girls to their Sunday school teacher, ing, and Pine Castle furnished some 437 students regular term; 163 ; rollment 630, including Summer
Mrs. Maurice, on Wednesday evening.It items for the book.ExGovernor ." summer term; total enrollment last ( School. Clyde St. Johns River Line

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session 636.Tuition
was complete surprise. The
a even-
Thatcher
of the Pan-
I Tuition free, excepting $20.00
Free in College and Normal per .
ing was pleasantly spent in games. ama Canal Zone spent a few days at School. semester for law.

'p Mrs. J. C. Michael returned Mon- Pine Crest hotel, looking over Pine For Catalogue and information,

day from a week's visit to Clear- Castle. writeEDWARD For further information, addressA. Try a Sentinel Want Ad :

water. Miss Sallie Thompson, of Orlando, CONRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President. :


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Florida Sentinel!VENDETTAS. AND LISTEN.
{ South German Zeppelins drop bombs on "Take up any
< MORNING AND WEEKLY Paris and London, killing noncombatant it brings you no
M. + 1!. GLENN .............._.....EdIUr men, women and children. In a day. Then learn
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Burfnwa. Manager
retaliation, the allies send a raiding dollar."--John
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Florida fleet, of French aeroplanes and bombard Among the I KEEP COOL! :
Matter.SUBSCRIPTION
as Second Clue Mail
Karlsruhe, killing nineteen per- against which the said to
RATES sons and wounding many more. Then, cently issued ( Then I
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00Dait7. June I ..
I Months ...................... "0 in retaliation the Zeppelins raid the venting the
Daily 3 Month Lib northeast coast of England, murder- I mails) are ?- i ,
Daily. 1 Month ...... .iG :
ing an equal number of innocent vic- plans to get '
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 i are I BY
tims. Thereupon, in further retalia- electrical SHOPPING AT
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN tion, the British aviators prepare to chemical were
ADVANCETO
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raid other German towns, to even the lotteries, mil-
ADVERTISERS:
score. And so it goes, leading from "work at what
; Copy for display and all ether handeetadrertising atrocity to atrocity, with the feud always fortune other !
be hindea in at the tarineMoffice
mart I
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. n. growing in bitterness and the anti-fat is ex- OICKSON.IYS[ COMPANY
lie day before poMieation. Thi rule applies zeros, i
of drained.It matrimonial
never
r to chances for contract advertising: it i. cup vengeance
Inranafcle and will be strictly adhered to. is the old vendetta of Sicily and stock I II
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Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Corsica or the old feud of the Ken- Before "biting" I a
should notify the office in writing on tucky mountains applied to modern sition, consider .
I. the date of expiration otherwise it will be !
continued It th* regular subscription rates warfare. It is the savage slaughter not hesitate to '

until notice to stop is received............. doctrine that demands an eye for an your bank when in f
Telephone Nnmb-r .......... ** I' Where zero prices prevail Satur-
eye, a life for a life, regardless of the' posed investment.The .
f FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915. identity of the victim. It is a systemby postal I ,
day and Monday. Great fall
which the innocent suffer for the cret service town

They may cut the cable, but they guilty. It is in reality far worse than creased their line
can't cut the wireless. the private blood feud, for the feudist the field of their in value temperatures.Note .
the males of the hated with the of
; -o slays only enlarged
The present maritime fashion is to family, while the belligerent nations, "wolves of the de a few of thesedegrees ;

f cut a dash on the sea. in their blind vendettas, kill women five years federal doing
ir 0 and children.It ecuted 2,861 voters : ,
If consistency is a jewel, why do so is an appalling thing that war, charged with being shall
few women display it? after all our Hague conventions for filching of $351,000 the .
oNo the elimination of barbarity, has come schemes or ,
t one regrets to see the one who to this. There is no more protectionfor mails, from the blue
t rocks the boat get a ducking. sex or age, no immunity for civil- people, upon lace
t 0r ians, no respect for open towns.It heavily. It is the lace White Seed VoilesOne
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Adam and Eve probably used the matters little, at this stage of ment officials that
i date tree in reckoning time. competitive barbarism, who started it. harvest reaped by of the most popular fabrics of the season, worth 35c. !'
i 0 Original causes in such matters are in the past few
He is a wise teller who doesn't disclose soon lost sight of. The only impor- or three million has re Saturday and Monday 23c. yard
t the secrets of the bank. tant fact is that here is a situation nately the I
0 that ought to be stopped, in the name have been able to : ,
Some men don't have to fly very of humanity-or, if that name no of the law. man
< high to live up to their ideals. longer means anything in Europe, in Bpt it is not As Fancy Wash GoodsWe've
0i the name of sane military methods, machinations of
Why are so many wisdom teeth in because these retaliations in savagerycan lose money. possible
grouped together hundreds of yards of summer'sfairest
empty heads-Columbia State. bring no military advantage to to be protected a
k l 0r either side.President. owners themselves. fabrics in Fancy Lawns, Batistes, Crepe, and 4

r'rr The weather is as uncertain as the I Wilson said lately that wife, now well Handkerchief Linens, worth up to 20c.

s age of a woman between 30 and 40.t "there is such a thing as being too ;age, are
t t_ proud to fight. There is at least sucha house in a Ohio, Saturday and Monday only 6c. yd j

en peace comes the question is, thing as being too proud to return a scanty living by automo- J Jt
are they going to do with it? savagery for savagery, though Eu- This man's curse of

I'I'W o rope seems to be forgetting it. And tion not business 4 1
Germans are now on the edge the nation that recalls its self respect ket or bucketshop it, we Kimona CrepesStripes
the war into Warsaw. and its moral courage sufficiently to used good I there

0 ,refrain steadfastly from any war various schemes business and Floral Designs in all the latest colors, 20c.
A man in trouble always appreciates -i measures of which international law he has gone into
and 25c. valuesSaturday
.\ a friend-until he gets outScore and the conscience of humanity dis- Once he was the
8 approve will soon experience not only hotel which was
and Monday 16c. yard
t automobiles are not only the superior strength that righteousness of considering as
r started but are driven by a crank. brings to a man or a nation but proverb, "The dealer
[ o will find that its conspicuous decencywill to his last" he Telegram.'f in one
r Any fellow is apt to be a good compel its opponents, from the money into pianos '
catch when a girl throws him a kiss. shame, to follow its example. I he was not so Percales
J o "Turning the other cheek" will not I sult that he lost it

Putting your shoulder to the wheel work, of course, in the trenches, but Just ordinary says Stripes, Dots and Fancy Patterns, just th,, hing for

doesn't apply to driving a wheelbar- this principle is likely to prove the would have given yester- men and boys' shirts, Ladies house dresses a., +nga-
r row. most effective device in the world for fortable old age, on the low aprons.
o the protection of non-combatants. At it has condemned It's still -

y No man can paint the town red any rate, since the devilish system of slippered ease Saturday and Monday llc. ya. *
without getting a little of it on his reprisal has only made matters worse, enjoyed, to a long
nose. it would do no harm to make a trial increasing cost of ,
o of the Christian policy of nonresistance hand, and the
Women may be shallow, but many to atrocities. mands of has
f l a man gets beyond his depth chasing o the other. of Everlasting and Utility Ginghams 1

t them.I "She went out to a tango teacher
I o every night for six weeks and then Can you spell less fre are 100 Pretty patterns to select from, worth 12c.Sat'd'y ':

'e No man is brave enough to allow a was taken to an asylum. I put up correctly? They of sum- for 79cLadies' i
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woman to see him make faces at her with her for four years Jame a class of more and Monday yds ;

_, baby. Baxter, of Philadelphia, an attache of the University of
o the Law association, told a judge this spelled them all i!
r We should all forgive and forget, when his wife demanded an order for are: nearby
i
fL but it's mighty difficult to do two support. It was refused. nies, dissipate, of DressesOf

things at once. o fered, harass, parties
o The coldest inhabited country is curred, professor airy and dainty effects and cool comfort in voiles, lin- :

r A man's head has to be turned be- said to be a province in Siberia, the knowledgment, gerie, linen, worth $7.50 to $10.00. i
fore he is in a position to pat himself average temperature for the year be- development,
t t on the back. ing two degrees below zero. But oratory, lovable, of in- Saturday and Monday $3.98Gents'

o- there are other portions of Russia proceed, stopped, Irwin ,
Most weddings turn out as well as along the Galician border that are hot at four

expected by everybody except the enough to make up for it. So many form of
bride and groom. o I doed from day to
L..' _- Reckon the days in which you have I pose a Furnishing
Some people spend a lot of time not been angry. I used to be angry be thinking about

telling what they could do if they every day; now every other day; then out what or who at- DepartmentNow
were not so busy. every third and fourth day; and if weather
o you miss it so long as thirty days,
: pop- is chance to buy your cool underwear for
When you start to borrow trouble offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving to your

you find that you have to pay a high God.Epictetus.A hot weather.
Mr. and Mrs. "'
interest in worry. o returned home children, Men's Athletic Undershirts and Drawers, 50c. value 37V cMen's !

o woman can't see why a man extended past five Union Suits, $1.00 value ___________________?5cMen's
The weather man has predicted a needs so many pockets. She doesn't returned
North and East Union Suits $1.50 value__________________$1.15
realize that he has ,
short summer and it is now half gone. to have someplace
How time does fly. to put his pipe, tobacco and their friends at Men's Union Suits, $2.00 value _________________$1-45
o matches, and he. doesn't like to put nold's parents Dow

We all admire a man who keeps his handkerchief up his sleeve or in they Union.are party Any Palm Beach Suit in the. .
things to himself, until we want to his shirt front. honor of

borrow something.The o house $6.50DicksonIves
o The graduates who worked their I Mr. A. M.
only way to get along with way through college have learned the fruit man of
some people is to carefully conceal most valuable lesson in the college been spending I by Mrs.
r your opinion of them. curriculum. They at least know how city left
F o to make a living. Pinellas county.

Many a fellow who says he wouldn't o preparations e .( D ..
stand for a certain thing promptly Some people go to a theatre and lando his
i i. proceeds to fall for ito listen with their eyes closed. Some to become Co
even have thei rears closed. But so Nye the well
l The girl who missed being a June few listen with their mouths closed. per of fruits.
.' bride can be just as happy if she gets Macon News. p. In.

? the right man in July. o PLANS TO
0j Along in the middle of the after- LIFE

1 Hi If a son doesn't take after his noon of Tuesday a man gets over the .DEPARTMENT STORf.
father it is usually because the old effects of having loafed all day Sun- Plans for the I ...
man left nothing to take.A day and swings into his natural posal of the ...
o stride. company, ." In ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE ;0

love match generally lasts aboutas o- -- made public at TT ,. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -
long as a fellow can hold it with Some men live and learn, while oth- holders June 1, rst 0 I- of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise Q

out burning his fingers. ers devote their time to talking about a conference of of at right prices'f
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: o things of which they know nothing.o of five ," in two .
r The longer Evelyn holds off an o day at the WhIte
fusses about giving that testimony, Truth is beautiful when it's about committee will see this
t the more attention she'll attract and I your neighbor. When it concerns directors some thri1l-
the more advertising she'll receive. yourself' it's plain or even ugly. row. Lakeland =


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SOCIAL CALENDAR I lege. A large attendance is lookedfor. ,

Leon B. Fort class of 1908 will EXQUISITE Clark
Friday. July 9. Marguerite
of the .
Monthly% siness meeting W. C. T. U. preside as chairman meeting.A ilI
at Baptist church, 3:30 p. m. large attendance is urged.
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AN APPROACHING The public improvement committeeof I

MARRIAGE OF INTEREST.An the Civic League at its meeting w
approaching marriage of inter- yesterday afternoon decided to adjourn ks
est to many Orlando people was divulged and hold no further sessions p b
last evening when Mr. and until the middle of October. The 1 ; s 'arm?

Mrs. George W. Kurd, of Clio, Michigan meeting was presided over by Mrs.
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announced the coming marriageof Seth Woodruff, chairman, and routine
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their daughter Myrtle Sylvia, to j I business was cleared up preparatoryto f Ylir. .rya. ;y WHAT MEN LIKE 0

Mr. Malcolm Guy Empie. The mar- the adjournment for the remainderof Is that often folks who
a question puzzles women wish to make
riage will take place in Orlando at an the summer months. No mattersof
some mere male a gift. If those ladies will look at our collectionof
,*early date. special importance came up for dis- ; H scarf pins, cuff links, shirt studs, etc., they will be gazing at
For six Miss Hurd has been
years cussion. / just the gifts every man appreciates. For they are for manlymen
of the Western
t the efficient manager -- who know what is what. Come and look at the collection.
Union Telegraph Office in Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Overstreet expect ititIg

..and by her pleasing personality and to leave Sunday for Kansas City, ___ ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
close attention to the duties of her Mo., where they will stop for a while n WI

office has won respect from business and then visit other points of inter- LI .
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and professional men without num- est in the West. The children are g
ber and has gained a wide circle of going to spend the time with their

close and personal friends. Miss grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Remember, two coats of Patton's .
Kurd has made her home at the Tre- Chapman, at Plymouth. Velumina gives results equal to three
mont hoteLMr. or four coats of ordinary flat wall
paints. Remember, it needs no size 1
: Empie is an Orlando young The Eola Card Club will not hold THE CELEBRATED ROMANCE, or surfacer, flows easily, shows no
man and the son of Mr. J. L. Empie, any more meetings until October. '_ laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
and has numerous relatives in Or- uniform tone and dries with a film, ?
-- "The Pretty Sister of Jose"The washable and durable.
lando. For the past six months he ANNOUNCEMENT.Sunny .
.s' I Agents for high-grade varnishes, I
has been manager of the Tampa South Camp, No. 7615,Royal ****** Picturesque Romance of ******* VARhISII paints and wallpaper. i IW
Western Union Telegraph Office, and Neighbors of America, will meet next
the promotion to this post from as- Wednesday night, July 14, at 7:30p. :* OLD SPAIN *x *
sistant manager of the local office m. All members are urgently requested 9c* ** 3* -fturunotuii #* LT1; Orlando Painl & Wall Paper Co
4 4.
came through deserved merit. lie to attend this meeting. By ,* IN .
205 S. Orange Avenue
has been in the telegraph and wire- order of the recorder, Katherine Den- k k
less service for fifteen" years and nis. Five Superb Acts Phone 261
stands high in the esteem of the com- COLEMAN & RHAN ,

pany. The Sentinel joins with a host JOHXSOX-GEIGER 10 Cents 20 Cents
of friends in extending congratulations. -
The following item is from the TOMORROW: Vltagraph Star Special In Three Parts
Titusville Advocate: NEW ICE COMPANY I

COUNTRY CLUB Mr. Charles F. Johnson, of Or- Mother's Roses"Maturing

GOLF TOURNAMENT. lando, and Mrs. Pearl Geiger, of '
; The handicap tournament at the Titusville, announce their marri- Dorothy Kelly,James Morrison, George Cooper and PHONE 675

Country Club yesterday afternoonwas age on the seventh day of June, Mary Morris I .

one of the best ever. A large nineteen hundred and fifteen, I ..'. 0 ..#... ...4.1. a 1. J.
number of golfers took part in the Jacksonville, Florida. At home, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

play, and a considerable crowd of after July twentieth Orlando, Delivery starts

spectators watched the contest. Flordia. ROOf GARDEN( RENT-Furnished and unfur-
This was the fourth of the handicap nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. t
tournaments. The three prizes were Mr. Chas. F. Johnson, who recently Knox. 7-9-tf Monday, July 5th

won by S. Y. Way, scoring 66; J. R. married Mrs. Pearl Geiger,
LOST-Boston bull terrier female
Yearby, 67; and A. C. Hart, 72. A one of the Advocate staff, arrivedin TODAY bat ears, long tail, brindle.; Re-;
complete list of the entrants and the town on Saturday last, from ward. 20 W. Pine St. 7-9-St .

scores they made follows: Orlando to spend the holidays Wait for our wagon. We think you will :
Names. Score. Hdep. Net. with his wife. Mrs. Geiger will FOR SALE-Tomatoes, $1 per crate,
Louis Dolive _______ 84 10 74 leave the Advocate office tomor- ripe or green, delivered any placein 1 like our ice.
P. C. McNeil _______ 93 14 79 I the city. Phone S. J. Sligh & Co., ,
and '
J. R. Yearby _______ 81 14 67 row, Saturday, will join her I "THE OYSTER DREDGER" No. 463. 7-9-3tc
S. K. Guernsey _____ 89 14 75 husband, and make her home in I I
Jos. L. Guernsey ____ 95 16 79 Orlando. Mrs. Geiger has been a Complete! in two parts.J. J
A. C. Hart _________ 90 18 72 faithful worker in the Advocate J I
J. D. Barnes _______ 94 20 74 Warren Kerrigan. Drama. I
So Y. Way _______ 90 24 66 office for several years, and we I
S. W. Howe _______100 26 74 regret to lose her. Mr. Johnsonis FRANK A. CURTIS VVllimM R. O'NEAL
Jas. Windham _____106 26 80 with the Orlando Sentinel.
w. W. Wright _____119 30 89 Much success to them in their "THE LAST ACT" _
TV. S. Branch. Jr. ___111 30 81 Established 1886
W. C. Essington ____105 30 75 new abode. A play within a play.
--0- Mr. Johnson is night pressman of
SOCIETY NOTESOF the SentineL The news of his wed- Ben Wilson and Dorothy Phillips

INTEREST.An ding comes as a surprise to his many
event of interest for today is friends in Orlando where he has lived Drama. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

the call for alumni of Rollins Collegeto for the past year. Congratulationsare

assemble on the Roof Garden at now in order, even though he and
"ON HIS WEDDING DAY"Billie
four o'clock. It is stated there are his wife stole a march on their friends LOANS
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150 alumni of this institution in Or- and succeeded in escaping the usual Rhodes and Neil Burns.
lando and the purpose of the meeting newspaper publicity the day before
today will be to organize a "Rollins and the day after. Mrs. Johnson will REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Circle" to increase interest in the col- be welcomed to Orlando.We. THE ONE PRICE THEATERThe
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Bottle of Perfume given awayat ..
nine o'clock tonight.

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Insects and flies are dangerous; they carry disease germs. ,

Try Karbel Miscible Disenfectant for removing noxious odors. THOSE DELICIOUS CLUBSAXDWIC

Antizene the best for flies, mosquitoes, ants, etc., 35c. a quart -25c.LUNCHEONETTE .

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INDISCRIMINATE SHIPMENT MENDENHALL HAD SOME RE- OPINION ON SEAMEN'S LAW DEMOCRATIC CLUB WILL SNUB .

OF MARES VERSES BRYAN
Washington, D. C.-The opinion of.

New York.-Major General Hugh L. Tampa, Fla.-Though J. J. Menden- Attorney General Gregory on the San Francisco.-The Iroquois Club 25 ft DiscountFor
Seamen's Act will probably be sent to the oldest Democratic organization in
of the United
Scott, chief of staff hall had been rated as a wealthy man
the president this week. President California, has decided to snub William
States is one of those who be- -as wealth goes in this section wherea
army i j few hundred thousands constitute a Wilson submitted the matter to the Jennings Bryan, one of its dis-
lieve there should be some check on J i fortune-at the time of the tragedyin attorney general after the solicitor of tinguished life members. The club at the benefit of our cus-
the shipment of mares from this which he is charged with being the the department of commerce held that a meeting on Friday voted down a <*.

country to the Continent for war pur- dominant figure, his credit had the law applied only to the United resolution calling for the appointmentof tomers we will give a 25
'.: poses. Gen. Scott knows the needs dropped until he was considered only States, Russia, Italy and Greece, and a committee to meet the former
that other maritime nations with secretary of state upon his arrival cent cash discount
of the cavalry perfectly, as it was in "fair" pay, whereas he had been ratedas per on
which American ships came into com- here.
this particular branch of the service I The"good.fire on June 23, 1914, which de- petition were exempt because their The action was taken on the ground all goods sold during the
that he has been most actively en- laws approximated those of the that in view of Bryan's repudiationof
stroyed the Mendenhall mill at Clear-
gaged."I J water, made inroads into his ex- United States. Wilson's note to Germany a dem- month of July and August.
am much disturbed" said he re-,chequer. Losses the last season on Should the attorney general sustain onstration such as was proposed in
cently at his office in the war depart-I citrus fruits in this section and near this view it is pointed out that there the defeated resolution might be con-

ment, "at the figures !Miami, where he operated as a broker, will be discrimination against American strued as an approval by California's
number of horses agents of the belligerent -;also played a part, and Mendenhall is ship owners which would make it pioneer Bourbon organization of Bry- Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
nations are shipping to EU- said to have owed quite a little money necessary to modify the law to prevent an's attitude and an implied criticismof
rope. The situation is particularly,and not a few overdue debts for mer- more withdrawals of ships from the president's message.
alarming when you consider that chandise. American registry.A Defeat of the proposal to receive DIRECTORS AND EM B A BIERS.
quite a large percentage are mares.I referendum on the seamen's law Bryan was accomplished by the adop- ,
Prior to the fire in June a year ago
Of course they are taking many mares he was rated as worth from $50,000to .enacted by the last congress has been tion of a substitute motion that the i Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla. ,

of a type that we can well afford to $75,000. After the fire his rating i ordered by the chamber of commerce "Iroquois Club indorses unequivocallythe
part with, but there must also be fell off and he was in the $35,000 to 'of the United States. All of the 600 foreign policy of President Wil-
desirables that we can not afford to $50,000 class. affiliated organizations will be askedto son."
express their opinion. Several prominent women politi- lIMIMHtlllMimilMillMMIIMMIMIMMIHMMMAttention
lose."I Loss claimed on the mill at Clear-
have communicated with the cians participated in the debate over
water was $50,000, and insurance col- i
secretary of war the quartermaster lected amounted to $29,000. MELONS STILL GOING FORWARD Bryan. Auto Owners! i
general and the department of agri- Mendenhall also claimed half' interest .
culture with a view to having con- in a grove which he valued at Three car loads of excellent Tom FROM DETROIT
gress place an embargo on the ship I$15,000 near Limona. Besides his Watson melons were shipped yester- 1

ment of mares of the type requiredfor own grove property he dealt in fruit day by J. W. Graves. The melons Seward Mann, of Detroit, Michi- AUTO SERVICE STATION I

our purposes. I.I having a large business as a citrus were grown near Orlando on the Con- gan, who is on his way to Havana and
"Two thousand are required by this fruit broker. He handled fruit for way road. Mr. Graves expects to I other points in Cuba, stopped over for
country annually, and a great many I I[.1,northern markets. The last citrus move several more cars during the! a short visit with his sister, Miss 14 E. CHURCH STREET '
more in case of emergency. We season was "off" and few brokers or week. Mann, of America street.
should have breeding farms modelled Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
growers, for that matter, profited -- ---
after those of foreign countries which j .
during the fruit months. MendenhallI CAR WASHED AND POLISHED)
have made a study of the work and I believed to have suffered losses .

. which realize to the fullest its tre- with the other brokers and growers. .. Prompt Serdce' Personal Attention j
mendous possibilities in periods of .
The mill at Clearwater was claimed .
peace as well as war. It is a part of as his personal property. Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold 1
their general program of prepared- EXCEPTIONAL OFFER i
Freeman V. D.
Phillips ManagerORLANDO
ness. OFF FOR VACATION I
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< Miss Wilkins, of the most
Ruby one
hotel yesterday included H. Mertz ,I
Chattanooga; G. M. Robinson H.I popular and attractive teachers iri Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne
,the Orlando school, leaves this after- on
Edgecombe Leo Tyler T. O. Rouse, t
A. J. Bassett, J. A. Rudolph, E. D. noon for Hendersonville North Car- _
olina, where she will itme with plenty of Foliage
spend some
O'Kelly, Jacksonville; W. D. Taylor, ROOFINGAND 1
well earned vacation.
Kennith MacKay, Ocala; C. C. Hud- enjoying a
Miss Wilkins will return to Orlandoin
son, E. G. Weaver, Daytona; S. J. and Trees.
time her work in the
to
Hardin,J. E. McElmurray, Jacob Die- resume
school, and carries away with her the SHEET METAL CO.i i
ter, Sam Burnett, Tampa; D. A.
best wishes of her friends fora
many Price $2000.00
.., Blanchard, New Orleans; T. E.
Fletcher, Byrd M. Guess, D. P. Simpson pleasant vacation and speedy re- .

Cordele, Ga. turn. Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos

Advertise in the Morning Sentinel Read the Morning Sentinel for the and Rubber Roofings

; and get results. news. lOc. a week delivered. ; C. A. HOVEY

Cornices, Skylights,.Dealing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

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Laihs and Shingles SENTINEL NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS [
: Sealed proposal will be received by the] ARCADE
County Commissioners of Orange County
State of Florida. at the office of the Clerkof
the Circuit Court of Orange County, at
Orlando. Florida at or before 2 P. M. Monday -
: WANTSThe August 2nd, 1915 for Trading and paving MILK
with second quality brick two miles and
one-quarter from Oakland to the dividing linebet..cen
Orange and LaVe Counties.
Proposal Number One
For grading and paving with second quality
Morning Sentinel Want brick with 2x3 heart pine curb; pavement to DEPOT
Directory is the Greatest Want be nine feet wide between boards and grouted
ORLANDO with a mixture of one part cement and one
Ad Medium in Orlando. sand.
part
Proposal Number Tw.To .
Terms Cash in Advance. include grading and paving with second .,,
quality brick using: cement curb four
Cement Agatile Plaster and!! LimeREMEMBER inches wide and ten inches in depth according 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. 0 brick: 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 BUTTERFresh
be nine feet.
boards
between to
25 words or less. If the ad con- Proposal Number Four
tains more than 25 words the rate For grading and paving with second qualitybrick Homemade
will be one cent per word for : brick to be wire cut lug grouted witha SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- 4x10 concrete curb; width of pavement AND CAKESARCADEMILKDEPOT
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
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- number of propotala.hich is made. Each
proposal must be accompanied by a certified
counts opened by telephone will be check in the sum of $250.00 to be executed
payable the following day. upon a State or National Bank and payableat
sight to the order of the Clerk: of the Circuit -I
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: CourtThe I
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
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Sentinel Want Ad. Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars such bond to be -_-- u_- _
executed by a Surety Company to be approved
o. by the County Commissioners.
The County Commissioners reserve; the right Dr. S. S. Jones
to reject any and all bids.
1- :M. O. OVERSTREET. Chairman Board of:
FOR SALE
County Commissioners. CHIROPRACTOR
-I B. M.: ROBINSON. Clerk Circuit Court graduate Davenport college, 17 and
G. R. RAMSEY. Highway Engineer.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or
7-7&14 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
unfurnished, 7 room house; large I 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% I being restored to health by chiropractic -
I by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit I adjustments, the new scienceof
and flowers. 205 Liberty street. I I6191moc Don't Us removing the of disease. Ex-
i \NE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- Forget amination free. cause 12-2
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
fuel. 7-3-tf and wind shield, at Ford Garage. when in SURVEYINGPlating

We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. .
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof need of and Sub-Dividing

Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be gladof the best trucking and fruit farmsin
Prosper Colony consisting of 25 PROMPT AND ACCURATE
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under
it.If fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for WORK
your gas service is not all that you think it should be cash if sold this month. A good cropon JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction
the place will go with it. The HAL A. IRISHCivil
Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. place will bear inspection. Good reasons -
for selling. If interested, ad- Engineer
dress Box 57. The place is in sight 1
of depot. church, school and brick Watkins ="
road. 7-8-d6t-wklylt* 47 Bldg., Orlando, Fla. / .
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FOR SALE GuaranteedOur PHONE 646
SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER .
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD Pricesare
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf FOR SEASHORE, MOUNTAINOR

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO TOWN TRIPS
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract reason-
one quarter mile from city limits: BARNARD & SON
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, FU.
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial 6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. able. 12-10-lm


FOR SALE-Late model Ford tour-
ing car, electric lights and self- "Quality": Our We k End
starter, new tires. A bargain for
cash. Can be seen at Ford Garage,

or Box 696. 7-7-3t Motto; Rates

FOR SALE-Wagon, buggy and harness -
ar ; also a one-horse plow and cul-
tivator, good as new; and a 100 egg Connoisseurs Have From ORLANDODAYTONA
incubator. These articles will go
; cheap. Address, G. A. Branson, 600
Gore avenue, or call at residence on Passed JudgmentOn
South Parramore street. 7-7-61

Sale FOR SALE-I have five Berkshire- $2.30NEW.SMYRNA .-.
Poland China spring hogs left, at our work and pronounce it to
$6.50 apiece. Will let the bunch go be the most satisfactory obtain- $1.85

for $30. Speak'quick. Others are able, not only in Orlando, but in
sold. Blue ribbon stock. Try elsewhere ORMOND
then see me. C. E. Filbert every section where they have
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 Pine Castle. 7.76t'FOR travelled. Take advantage of $2.50

your best institutions.
And continuing for two weeks RENT VIA

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the summer Orlando
or by the year; cheap. T. A. :Atlantic Coast LineStandard

: I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT J JOn Yancey. WANTED 3-28-tfc Steam Laundry


PHONE 88 Railroad of the South
WANTED good milk cows, nothing -
all Millinery Ladies' Skirts I under 12 quarts considered. Tickets sold for all trains Saturday .
!Jerseys or Guernseys. Address C. D., and forenoon Sunday, lim-

Kimonas, and House Dresses care Sentinel. 7.3EtaUmbrellas CLINT BASSPHONE ited to return by midnight of

recovered and repaired I following Tuesday.For .
"while wait" at 375WestJeHerson
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Shop. 21 you E. Pine St. Young's 2-4-lyrc Repair Street

Information Call on

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES To reduce our stock as much as pos- Successor to D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
25 per cent. off our regular cash Hand Wood CompanyWood
price on any goods in store. Ham- OrlandoOSTEOPATH
Come and look at our line mond & Gore. 6-5-t
of All Kinds

BUYERS AND SELLERSI
buy, sell rent and exchange real PROMPT SERVICE
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., REASONABLE PRICE*
over 30 years. Have handled over
WINTER GARDEN FLA. 20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

Office corner Orange Avenue sal
Whenever you want the best and
JEasy Cut Flowers
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox Church St. Dam & McNeil Bid*,
on Church street and your order will' Phone 419.
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf

To Open Easy To Close --- and Plants
Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
ColOllial l I Hill
Quality and service our motto. Cox'sMeat

Dust Proof, Moderate In Price Market Church street. 6-22-tf Floral Designs ;

HOOSIER SPRING WATER for sale e'
at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons -
delivered to home.
e your City
iq Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf

; rrJ I You hear about Co- NOTICE Violet Dell Florist. DR. OPTOMETRIST L H. RAMSDEU

0)S .y, 0 The partnership of Davis and Man- ORLANDO, FLORIDA
tt lonial Hills.
and has
-J r.r ning, painting decorating,
Y
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
been dissolved, and notice is hereby
lj given that W. L. Davis will not be J. M. CARUTHERS AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTIC"
You read about Colonial
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8 liable for debts incurred by said
Gds any Phone 509. 403 South Lake St. AJ.REPAIRING
firm. W. L. DAVIS.
CQOur x 0I Hills.

RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

? You talk about Colo- .
a. Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
-- nial Hills. The Orlando Meat Market
tJ a ; work guaranteed and neat-

I ly done. Our work is the best
Sooner or later you and our prices are the lowest. T. A. YANCY, Manager

This is the place to have your
will buy in Colonial old clothes made new. Wholesale andFlorida Retail Dealer in Choice I

Hills. NOW! Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit Meats
Eola Box Fileis Why not dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit and Western

pressed _____________40c. Game Etc.
It will give you satis- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,

the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Te1ehone faction and profit. pressed ____________50c Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

suits ______25c
P and we will bring one around and show you. Mohair pressed
We do ladies' work also. Giveus / Business ( 0. BOX 226
W. S. BRANCH a trial and be convinced. PHONES \Residence .l&P. Ave. and Church Si.Jiumber4J .

CARL DANN Clothes called for and delivered.

r' ,. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE Phone 613. .*.



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL IIIMII' ;
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W. E. Bishop left yesterday morn-
L aEIWU ing over the Atlantic Coast Line for
Kansas City, Mo., where he will spend


f 1 1i several Savings weeks.checks are worth $1.04 for SPEND !

every $1.00. 7-7-tf 4

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Mrs. E. W. Randall, who has been
I visiting her mother, Mrs. P. P. Amick,
f Independence 14 Gould street, returned yesterday
i ii to her home in Sanford.


_. Means Freedom Mrs. A. Kratky, mother of Mrs.Roy Your Money
Cook, who hps been visiting her
daughter in this city, left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Tampa.
-; THE POWER and value of courage and
Yet It
character stands out boldly in the man who, Miss Agnes Witherington, who has Keep
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through his thrift and steadfastness of purl been visiting at the home of Dr. and .
l pose grows financially independent, for Mrs. W. C. Person, returned last .d
'. money is the mighty force that makes for evening to Apopka.Mr. _
independence of thought and action.

i \ Every dollar you deposit in this long es'tablished and Mrs. Alfred Eldredge were
bank among the prominent visitors in Or-
begins to earn another dollar HOWA H
lando yesterday, motoring from
at once. Your money multiplies at 4 over .
per cent and starts you fairly squarely their home in Apopka in the forenoon.
portion of every dollar you spend with the below merchants
safely' and soundly on the way to indepen-
dence. A dollar opens an account. Savings checks collected is money hay already been deposited with us for you.
in the bank. 7-7-tf '
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
i Miss Florence Gregory, who has W. S. Branch Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
been the attractive guest of :Miss t Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. ,
THE STATE BANKOF Store, Pure Food Groceries.
Helen Usner for several days, returned City Drug Drugs. Store
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies. '
ORLANDO yesterday to her home in De- : John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
FLORIDA Land. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
"Saving Means Safely"It's Miss Helen Usner left : avenue and Arcade building. Store.
yesterday I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. ,
morning over the Atlantic Coast Line : J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. I
for Newport, Ky., where her mother, I
l Mrs. B. Drew, is spending the sum-
mer months. : ASK THEM FOR SAVINGS CHECKS :


Mrs. J. A. :Morris Mrs. E. 1.. Wag-
goner, and Miss Marion Estes, of At-
1 1 1 lanta, Ga., i
are the house guests of
-F-- Mrs.avenue.H. Carl Dann, on North Orange The Peoples National Bank I


I Ask for savings checks; they are I
your money in the bank. 7-7-tf

Mr. .,, .,,.,.,, ,...-. .,, .tI IIIIIIpItE.HI OI I I. I O$ 11111.11.1.1 ,IS j
and Mrs. H. N. James and
AnEconomy! To family left yesterday for Lake Butler -= ,
where they have rented a cottage and IMIt Mi MUM Mill MimiHilltHiBIMIIH tll 11111111111111111111111111.111" j
will spend the remainder of the
Buy Now! month enjoying life in the woods. !!


Mr. J. E. Phipps, the popular trav- USED CAR BARGAINS H
eling representative of the Mobile &
Ohio railroad, with headquarters in
Jacksonville, was among the popular
1ELDER"Sprint transportation men spending yester-

day in Orlando.- 1 Runabout, overhauled repainted,

Mr. Sydney Ives Jr., and family,

Water month who have at Lake been Butler spending, enjoying the past the new top, shock absorbers, $ 3 Oh 0 <

fine fishing and bathing, have returned fully equipped at -
,
to their home on North Or-
ange avenue.


Is a standard for bank.Savings checks are money in 7.7.the{ Runabout Speedster repainted, !st t


purity, aids digestion -. LaFayette Pike-and son, L. Pike, electric lights new tires through
Jr., ,
prominent stockmen of the Zell-
and eliminates

wood sentative section citizens were from among nearby the repre-towns out. Fast and in

acidity. :: :: transacting business in Orlando yes- per$350$

terday. feet condition, for f ,.:
This being accomplished a world of sickness '

is saved Nature provided Spring Water Denegates for the annual conferenceof
the Primitive church l'I
and Spring Water alone for mankind and arriving in Orlando Baptist for the three days are

nothing can take its place.BEGIN session of that denomination begin-
Juan
ning today and closing Sunday. Sev- San Garage CompanyMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

\ NOW eral resented.counties in the state will be rep- ;i

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Mr. F. E. Baxter, the local repre-

Elder Spring Water Co. company sentative, of left the yesterday Florida Good afternoonover Homes (; 1

ORLANDO, FLORIDA the Atlantic Coast Line on a ..,
sixty days trip. He will visit California -
Phone WRIGHT 444IIIIIII'II"IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'I"I"IIIIJ Canada and Oregon while absent Statement of the condition of the Orlando Bank

from Orlando. & Trust Co., at the close of business on the 30th ,; ;

day of June, 1915.SEMIANNUAL. '.t
How many savings checks have you
STATEMENTResources
collected 7-7-tf
& K
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Mrs. Harry PIano, of Titusville, LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ________$391,240.85 sx'r-r- : .,, ,

who has been visiting the lainily" of OVERDRAFTS ____________________ 851.74 .
Mr. Hugh Allen, at their home s
9 Amelia No. STOCKS AND BONDS ____________ 24,668.33 ,z
.. avenue, left yesterday afternoon -
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for Tampa accompanied by REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE AND :

Miss Mary Allen, where they will FIXTURES ___________________ 42,167.86 jT
visit friends.Dr. CASH 0 HAND AND DUE FROM r f

FROM BANKS ________________ 253,531.69 v
ValuableS Diamond Lost
C. E. Merritt, of Winter Garden .---a': ;
S who has been spending several $712,460.47 :
/ days with his brother, Dr. J. C. Mer
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ritt, at his suburban home on the Liabilities
"East' Road" were the /
among pleas-
How often this appears in the newspapers, the result ant callers at the Sentinel office yes- CAPITOL STOCK _________________$100,000.00 '
of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby terday. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROF-

having it examined at our store at least once every ITS __________________________ 41,226.86 .

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof Miss Lillian Eldredge and Master BILLS PAYABLE _________________ None "" '

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin Alfred Eldredge, Jr., of Apopka, were DEPOSITS ________________________ 570,522.31 I 1I
our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's in Orlando yesterday, leaving in the DUE TO BANKS __________________ 711.30
profit. A trial will convinec you. afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine
for Montreat, N. C., to join Mrs.S. $712,460.47ORLANDO
I W. Eldredge and Miss Mabel Eld- ,-.
;redge, who are enjoying life in the



T.D.EVANSJEWELER Master mountains.Mr.. and Homer.Mrs., T.left A.yesterday Mann and after son, I OrlalidO n B Bailk & Trust t Copy '


noon for North Carolina where they -
will spend some time enjoying life'in FLORIDA
the mountains. They will divide ,

their time between Waynesville and Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three.
Asheville. Miss Viola Mann, their of Million. Dividends Paid since
Quarters a Organization i
I daughter, accompanied them as far as ij
tives.Jacksonville where she will visit rela- $72,500.00.'J ,

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