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 10, 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
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00082
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Of 20,000 Vessels Which Left London, July 9.-Lord Kitchener Will Insist That Germany Make
That Port 29 Were today made the most impassioned and of Her
only Direct Assertion

Destroyed by German ever spectacular been made appeal by for any troops head that of British has- Responsibility for Lusitania p IS CONfIONTl( Y EXPECTED( ( (

Submarines fighting forces. In the historic Disaster NO. 58 LEAVES RAILS NEAR
Guild Hall, addressing the most distinguished -
1 LONDON, JULY 9-BULLE- audience that could be Washington July .-Enough new -
TIN.-AN ATTEMPT WAS MADETO gathered in the empire he exclaimed matter was contained in Germany's YESTERDAY A. M. Most HARRY LEAVES STAND AND 1
ASSASSINATE THE SULTANOF with the solemn emphasis of a relig- reply to the United States' note on JUSTICE HENDRICK 1
EGYPT AT ALEXANDRIA TO- ious exhorter: the Lusitania case which reached
DAY, ACCORDING TO A CENTRAL "IT HAS BEEN WELL SAID Washington today to enable the offi- French Victory SEEMED PLEASED

NEWS DISPATCH FROM THAT IN EVERY MAN'S LIFE cials to forecast what reply the I I .

CAIRO. THERE IS ONE SUPREME HOUR I United States will stand on in its de- Fireman Johnson Injured and Many Months MRS. THAW'S [EVlDNCE: IS READ
I TOWARDS WHICH ALL OTHER mand that Germany accept full responsibility -
Several Passengers Were _
Only 29 of 20,000 Ships Victims of EXPERIENCES MOVE AND FROM for the death of more -
Submarines WHICH ALL FUTURE RESULTS than 100 American citizens on the Hurt, Among Them London, July 9.-A sudden French Too 111 to Attend-Thaw Stood 1
MAY BE RECKONED. FOR THE Lusitania. drive which carried. the storming !
London.-Out of almost 20,000 ves- an Ocala Woman Up Well for Two Days ;
INDIVIDUAL BRITON AS WELL Germany, however, will be given an I forces well into the German positionshas o ,
sels which have entered or left the
of Liverpool since the German : AS FOR THE NATIONAL EXIST opportunity to reply to the rejoinderof Savannah, Ga., July .-Engineer crumpled for the time being the Grilling by Prosecutor 7-i
port ENCE THAT SOLEMN HOUR IS the United States to the German I W. W. Phillips, of the Atlantic Coast offensive which the Germans have Cook I
submarine blockade began, just twen- i
subma- NOW STRIKING. LET US TAKE note which will be formulated at the Line railway, was killed and several been carrying on for weeks in the
ty-nine were sunk by German
in HEED. cabinet meeting Tuesday. passengers injured at 2 o'clock this Vosges. New York, July 9.-"He has an- ,j 1
These given
rines. figures were a
Sir A. The Lord Mayor presided at the Also it can be stated on very high morning when train No. 58, running Crushing the German trenches on swered fully and sensibly," said Jus-
speech at Liverpool today by
Norman Hill, secretary of the Liver- meeting, the expressed object of authority that the rejoinder of the between Montgomery, Ala., and Way- Ban de Sapt by a violent artillery tice Hendrick, as Harry Thaw today 1
pool Steamship Owners' association. which was to inaugurate a campaign United States will not essentially be cross, Ga., was derailed by an open fire, the French troops swept for I concluded his dramatic recital of the j

"This means," said Sir Norman, for more soldiers.Sir of a character to close further discus- switch at Newark, Ga., six miles east ward, driving the defenders from the shooting of Stanford White, at the J
Edward Carson at the close sion at the German foreign office. of Thomasville. heights and driving on beyond, and jury trial on his sanity. 3
"that of in out
1,000 or
of 998 completed offered resolutions expressing confi The United States, so far as offi- The fireman, Levy Johnson was injured not only regained all the lost positions With the memory of this commendation jj
Liverpool, were
without molestation by the submarine dence in Lord Kitchener and supporting cials have made up their suggestions and the following passengershurt but broke through the German to sustain him, Thaw went tri- \
raiders." his appeal for more recruits, for the president, will not only discuss : front for a gain of 700 yards on a umphantly through the final hour of .J.
which were adopted amid a scene of with Germany various proposi- Grace Wood, Ocala, Fla., head 600 yard front. his ordeal and at 2:45 stepped smile .
extraordinary emotion. tions in her note but will insist that bruised.S. The German lines were pierced on ingly from the stand having in his
GLENN TERRELL BECOMES ASSISTANT Germany confine her next reply as a D. Haurell, Jacksonville, Fla., a stretch extending from the hill two days' examination sustained with :'
ATTY. GENERAL THE WEATHERFor categorical answer to the United head bruised. southeast of LaFontenelle to the Lau- marvellous success a ten hours mer-

Florida: Generally fair tonight States' assertion that she is responsible Mrs. P. C. Howard, Allenhurst, Ga., nois-Hoyentier railway. Military crit- ciless prodding from Prosecutor Cook.
Tallahassee, Fla.-Attorney General and Sunday, not much changein for the death of citizens of this right side slightly hurt.C. ics declare this the most important Thaw, as well as his advisers, now '
West has annouA the appoint- temperature; light variable winds. country on an unarmed and unresist- P. Smith, Columbia, S. C. back victory for months on the western see plain sailing ahead. Definite announcement '
ment of Hon. Glen Terrell, state sen- ing British merchant ship, the Lusi sprained. front. was made today that j
ator from the twentieth senatorial tania. J None of the injuries to the passen- Mrs. Thaw is too ill to attend the
district to be assistant attorney gen. Pave West OrangeThe Ambassador Gerard at Berlin cabled is serious. \ trial and the reading of her testi- -.
eraL Hon. C. O. who has gers German
Andrews the state department today that The Coast Line officials report the Big FlagNew mony to the jury, as given at the

for some time been assistant attorney county commissioners have ad- he had received Germany's reply to I I switch was tampered with, and detectives White Plains hearing, was begun following -
general has been assigned the position vertised for bids on the grading and the last note of the United States on have now gone to the scene York--Commodore Ruser, of Thaw's departure from the
recently created by the legisla- paving of two and one quarter milesof the Lusitania matter and it is expected to investigate.The the Hamburg-American liner Vater- stand today.
and it will be his to advise
ture duty road from Oakland ot the Lake here in its entirety by tonight. engineer was killed when the land, which is tied up in Hoboken, is He stood the test himself, and as
the boards of county commissionersover county line. The bids will be received engine turned over. His body was interested in a fund which has been the case, in all probability, will go
the state on legal matters which at or before 2 p. m. Monday, NEW BUICKS HAVE ARRIVED taken to Waycross, his home. started to raise 1,000,000 marks to the jury next Tuesday, it is confidently
they bring to the attention of the at- I
he will 'i
August 2. The successful bidder will i ($250,000) to alleviate the sufferingof expected by Wednesday
torney general's office. be required to put up a satisfactorybond Cook's Automobile company was I $63,750 FINE FOR DODGING ARMAMENT the widows and orphans of slain I be on his way to Pittsburgh a free
of $5,000, and the commissioners yesterday the center of an eager-eyed : TAX IN BAVARIA German and Austrian soldiers. man. Tonight, in charge of a sheriff,

INCREASE IN It SALARY FORd reserve the right to reserve any public because the new Buick touring : Those wishing to subscribe to the Thaw under orders from Justice Hen- i
: or all bids. The closing of this con- car had arrived. The car was a beau-i Frankenthal, Bavaria.ean Ganss, fund purchase a half inch square in drick,. took dinner up town. Ed
tract will mark another step toward ty. It's lines and mechanism are perfect : factory director commercial councillor a large German flag. This square .
ORI.AWDOPOSTMASTER the completion of the system of brick ; it's riding qualities are par ex and former associate judge of the costs $2.50. The flag is called the 1
highways which Orange county is cellent. Many of the cars have already -I commercial court, has been fined $63- Vaterland. Subscribers have their GOlfER KILLS A BIRD; NO s
building. been sold. It looks like a car: 750 for making false returns in con names put down in a large book and
In the annual readjustment of the that would sell without any argument nection with the levying of the arma- his book will be sent to the Kaiser
salaries of postmasters, announced YESTERDAY'S RESULTS whatsoever. If you are figuring on a ment tax. The fine amounts to twen- with the flag as a gift. This book is NATURE
Tuesday by Postmaster General Bur- new car drop around to the sales- ty times the sum of which the gov- to be known as "The Book of the

leson, twenty-six Florida postmasterswere National League rooms and see the new model. The ernment contends it was defrauded. Flag." St. Joseph, Mo.-George Cook
given an increase in salary, and company was only able to receive
New York 5-4, Cincinnati 3-3. Wiehl, son of a banker, was playing
eighteen were given decreases. For Brooklyn 8, Chicago 7. three of the new models. SUN DOGS WERE SEEN YES- JOE HIRSH NEARLY DROWNEDAT golf at the Country club yesterdaywith
the past year the salary of the Or- Philadelphia 2, Pittsburg 10. TERDAY RED MEN'S PICNIC two friends. At the fifth tee
lando postmaster has been $2,800, Boston 4, St. Louis 3. JUDGE CHENEY AT JACKSON Wiehl made the drive. When the ball
which has been increased to $2,900. Federal League VILLE Orland opeople were interested yes- Thursday was a gala day for local had sailed through the air fifty yards .
Since the salaries of the postmasters Brooklyn 2-1, Buffalo 8-9. terday afternoon in two brilliant fan Redmen. The members of this fraternity it Struck a redheaded woodpecker '

are scheduled according to the Pittsburgh 4-0, St. Louis 25. Jacksonville, Fla.-Judge J. M. Cheney dogs on either side of the sun. It was motored out to the grove of which was flying in the opposite direction -
business handled by the offices them- American League a prominent resident of Orlando i an unusual sight and attracted 'con- Frank Helms on Lake Conway and and killed the bird instantly.
selves, the increase in Postmaster Detroit 15, Boston 4. is spending a few days in this city siderable attention, although the light spent the day in picnic fashion. At When Wiehl prepared to drive to f> -

McLean's salary is highly complimentary Cleveland 4, New York 3. en route to Philadelphia Pa. j was blinding. noon a delightful picnic dinner was the next green he noticed that some-
of the volume of business han- Chicago 5, Washington 1. spread, which every one enjoyed to thing was wrong with the balL Upon
dled through the local office, and the St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 3. the utmost. examination he found that the bird's
manner in which the affairs of the South Atlantic League Powder Company Gets Order Of While the crowd was at dinner they beak had become imbedded in the ball.

office are conducted.A Augusta 5, Savannah 4. were suddenly startled by the news Wiehl put the ball in his pocket and
further order of the department, Charleston 10, Columbia 2. $60,000,000 Other U. S. Orders that Joe Hirsh, while attempting to substituted a new one. He will have
issued Monday blanketed twenty-nine Columbus 7-1, Jacksonville 02. ; swim to the point had become exhausted the ball hung in the trophy room at
Florida postmasters under the civil Albany 7, Macon 0. I and was calling for help. A : the club. t

service regulations. Southern League Wilmington, Del.-To meet quickly Locomotives for Russia motor boat was put into service and
Memphis 9, Birmingham 0. the needs of its army for ammunition, I Nine hundred employes of the H. the exhausted man was brought back. 1
Voters Register! Nashville 3, New Orleans 0. the Russian government has awardeda I K. Porter company returned to the Hirsh, who was not well at the time, Salvation Army TaxNew
Mobile 10, Little Rock 3. contract for $60,000,000 worth of shops here yesterday and today in had misjudged the distance and his

Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 3. powder to the Du Pont Powder com- consequence of orders for locomotivesfrom own strength, and came near givingout. York.-The Salvation Army k
All voters who are not registered pany, offering a bonus for early com- the Russian government. The When reached by the boat he obtained yesterday from Supreme
should be sure to register in time to HUERTA STILL IN JAIL pletion of the order. engines are small, 22 being of 72 tons had just reached a point where he Court Justice Guy an order permit
vote in the election which is to be El Paso, Tex., July 9.-Huerta, each and 11 of 67 tons. could touch bottom, but was entirelytoo ting it to mortgage for $11,500 prop-
held July 28 to decide whether or nota waived a preliminary hearing in the $1,000,000 for Barbed Wire 4,100 Box Cars weak to swim back to the start- erty it owns in Providence, R. I., and tan

special publicity tax shall be leviedas federal court this afternoon and was Pittsburgh, .-European belligerents At Berwick, Pa., it was announced ing point. order from Justice Shearn author-
provided for at the last sessionof I removed to Fort Bliss where he will are besieging the Pittsburgh for- today that the American Car and ting a mortgage of $2,500 on prop-
the legislature. The registration be held under custody of the United eign trade commission to aid them in Foundry company had closed an or- DRENNEN ALLEGES ATTF in Minneapolis, Minn. In mak- i
books opened Thursday. Voters already States marshal's office. His bond is placing orders for barbed wire for der with the Russian government for ED FRAUD AGAIN f ?..., -< ,:' ing the applications the Army stated
registered will not be requiredto fixed at $15,000 which he has not yet quick delivery. The inquiries are all 4,100 box cars. Half of the cars will COMPANY } that its remaining property is worth
re-register, but the poll tax must been able to furnish. General Bravo, for four point heavy barbed wire, be built here and the remainder at the $6,612,837 and its personal property \
be paid for the year 1914. aged 83, was released on,his own re such as is now being used in Belgiumand Detroit or Madison (Ill.) plants of Birmingham Ala.-Felix M. Dren- $1,131,916. Deducting mortgages, the
cognizance. The other four former France to construct entangle- the company. nen, receiver for the American Mortgage net assets are $2,642,598.Whitman :
Poison Shell ProtestBerlin.The federals arrested with Huerta will be ments in front of the network of and Loan company, filed a bill
released on bond. trenches. British Agent Confers on "Unlimited"Aeso in equity in the federal court Tues- .:.
Although the value of the prof- Motors day against the Southern States Fire Guarded

German foreign office I$530,000,000 SUBSCRIBED TO AUS- fered orders will run over $1,000,000, Hartford, Conn.-Frank H. Harri- Insurance company and Sibley P.
today formally called the attenticn of TRIAN WAR LOAN no firm in this district is in a posi- man, of South Glastonbury, near here, King, Sumter Cogswell, McLane Til- Albany, N. Y.-Because of the disclosures
James W. Gerard, the American ambassador I Vienna.-official announcement was tion to fill them for many months to who manufactures aeroplane motors ton, Eugene F. Ensign, J. G. Cooke, made of the purpose of
to Germany, to the advertisement made today that the subscriptions to come. Every wire manufacturingconcern and is now engaged on twenty motorsof D. E. Manasco and R. B. Watts, directors Frank Holt, the former ,Cornell instructor -
of the Cleveland Automatic the' second Austro-Hungarian war in the Pittsburgh district is special type for the United States asking for $46,470 and inter who attempted to kill J. P.
Machine company in the American loan amounted to 530000000. running at full capacity for several government, left for New York todayto est thereon from February 2, 1914, Morgan, to blow up the capitols of
Machinist of May 6 on poisoned shells, months on barbed wire orders and all confer with David A. Thomas, the claiming"'this amount from"the sale of ; Washington, Albany and Harrisburg,
pointing out that such shells are a August Cosmopolitan and Saturday have contracts on hand to keep their Welsh coal magnate and special agent stock in the Southern States Fire Insurance the Albany police have stationed three
contravention of the Hague Convention Evening Post at Curtis & O'Neal's mills going at full speed for another I in the United States and Canada of company to the plaintiff com- plain clothes men at the executive
book, stationery and music store. year. j I the British government. pany on the date mentioned. mansion to protect Gov. Whitman. .,

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SMART SET SHUNS SUN GLASSES ||I not friends, that one is somebody at the Beach! Excellent indeed is the 1 BELISARIO WILL MAKE MIMMIIMMIIMIMMIMM 11 HIM III III II11 Ml I

WHEN IMITATIONS SELL the shore. table set by the Ayres. Service is I LANDO HIS HOME OR-I' '
excuses for wearing goggles :
good and the cuisine is excellent. So
are many. If one is inclined to feel excellent is this of the During his stay in Orlando while
a little sporty, goggles will hide iden- I I' department Orlando
and Service
Goggles, the variety of tortoiseshell tity. They also will keep the sun out Beach that many people who are not working in the interest of the Woodmen | Delivery; Messenger

sun glasses that lend a rather of the eyes, but it is a strange fact i I I even guests of the hotel eat their of the World, of which he is the
distinguished air to the wearer, have meals there. Mr. and Mrs. Ayres efficient deputy state organizer, Mr.
that during the rainy weather the sunshades I Harley-Davidson Truck .
lost some of their exclusiveness sincea have a winning personality. This is B. H. Belisario became so fond of
were worn just the same. j
clever imitation of the real thingis Goggles may come and goggles may !j injected into the hotel and every one the city that he decided to move here FOR QUICK SERVICE ;
now manufactured to be sold at receives personal attention-in other from Lakeland. The move has been
but the
go, cheap ones are here for- j
ten cents, a price that is within the ever. words they feel as though the Beach made, and we, while welcoming Mr.
reach of every Tom-Dick-and-Harry j' were home, sweet home. When in Belisario to our city, wish also to con- PHONE 444
If Lord Somebody comes to town ,|
... who has a notion he would like to and Daytona stroll, around to the Beach, gratulate him on selecting such an
now wears a monocle the craze
adopt that pedagogue air or throw a 1! introduce yourself, and you will be attractive town as is this for his

little bluff on the millionaire stunt may a little change distinction and the before lordy ones they enjoy are happy and contented during your stay home. i i Good and Bad Cigar Stores i j jOIIMIiaMiMM
Mr. Belisario has made
while doing the Boardwalk. That is there. a great !
manufactured for a dime.
I of his work for the Woodmenand
where the pinch comes in, says an success' .
Atlantic City newspaper. The cane I THE ROUND-UP OF TODAYi in the course of his duties as or- MMMMMMMMMMMMtMIMIMtCiTIE
i ganizer has made friends who
has lost its exclusiveness and now the i, many
sun glasses must face the same doom, UNDERGO MANY IMPROVEMENTS ]j Each year seems to give the auto- will be glad to know that he will

according to one Boardwalk jeweler.The i mobile a new hold on life. The war henceforth be a citizen of the City PLACE TO SAVE MONEY -j

goggle craze has struck Atlan- Many Orlando people who went to brought it to the forefront in a new Beautiful.

tic City with full force. It is here to Daytona July 4 and 5 to spend several field. The soldiers of the present day 1
stay, as far as the common peopleare days of recreation and witness {1 seldom make long forced marches I Subscribe for the-Morning Sentinel,

concerned. Some genius will be-J the races stopped at the Daytona like Sherman's march to the sea. lie i lOc. a week, delivered.Specials FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES

come famous if he can invent a new I(Beach hotel.' Fully seventy Orlando travels by a motor car. As a result,
hobby that will be beyond the reachof the automobile casualty list is tre-
people registered at this hotel on that
those not balanced financially' and day. The Beach is one of the many mendous; the average life of a car for Satur- Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price.

which will confer a rank of distinc- up to date and pleasing hotels on the in the battle line is estimated at 30 and
tion upon those deprived of the gog- beach. (days. But it is not only the war zone day MondayVery

gles because they are becoming com- Several months ago Mr. and Mrs. that has lost part of its picturesqueness Watermelons and Georgia Cantaloupes
monplace. For ten cents, instead ofa W. F., Ayres purchased the property. through use of the automobile.The .
dollar, you can now purchase a nat- Since that time they have been busily tatter has begun to rob the an- Best Patent Flour- Ice '
ty pair of goggles with brown cellu- engaged in making improvements. nual cattle round-up of some of its 24 Ibs. for $1.00 and $1.10 on -

loid substituted for glass and rolled ,i However, the work has only com- thrills by replacing the horse. This 12 Ibs. for____50c. and 55c

celluloid' used for the frame. The menced, and it will be several more year has seen the ubiquitous Ford car Irish Pottoes, per peck, 15

imitation is nearly perfect and is I!months before the hotel is fully up to with a cowboy at its wheel on our Ibs, old ---______________25c j. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST
sure to have a higher priced effect. I the Ayres standard and ideals. The western prairies discouraging the New ------_________=___35c ,
They are a great favorite with the new proprietors have been in the ho- cattle from attempts to escape from Sweet Potatoes, per peck___35c 0

messenger boys and newsies. A pair tel business for many years. Before the ever narrowing circle in the Imported Lemons, dozen18c

of these goggles and a zebra striped coming to Florida they owned and operated -' round up. Many a steer which has Scratch Feeds, Grits and

., shirt are a craze among the chair- the Erie hotel near Buffalo. given a cowboy a run must feel disconcerted Meal, 9 Ibs for ----______25c

pushers. The Beach has a frontage of 100 when it bucks up against Ginger Ale, doz. bottles___1.25 Valspar Val-Enamel I JIt i!
Some people argue that owners of feet on the Atlantic. Two porches' Henry Ford's four wheeled steed. Evaporated Apples per pkg13c

Fords were compelled to wear some- face the whipping surf and commanda Wall Street Journal. Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb.20c pays to use the Best. t

thing that would lead their friends to beautiful view of the ocean. As Fresh Country Eggs, doz.30c You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers ;

believe they owned an automobile. the breeze fans across the waves life' Guests registering at the San Juan California Apricots, Peaches Paints and Varnishes atFinley's ?t
Hence the increasing popularity of is worth living-at the Beach. The hotel yesterday included Mrs. M. M. Pears and Plums, can20c .

._ the goggles. There are supposed to depth of the Beach hotel property is Jackson, Miss Stella Mosher, White Washing Powders, 5c. size, 7 Paint Store '
be many uses of this seashore goggle about 200 feet. Mr. Ayres intends to Springs; Paul W. Key, M. S. Craig, for --------------______25c

craze. In the first place, these facial enlarge the hotel during the next Atlanta; Wm. P. Yarber, Chas. W. Lenox Soap, 8 bars for _____25c Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
decorations were not made with an year, to add rooms, rescreen it, install Smith, Greene W. Cannon, Hal Estes, Nice Butter, per Ib.__35c and 38c .
eye to fitting the wearer. It is justa several thousands of dollars Jacksonville; Earl D. Phillips, Fer- Honest Weights and Measures We have the best men and the best equipment to do

matter of hanging them on your worth of new furniture and equip- nandina; J. D. Moore, New York; Joel the best work. The best is the cheapest. :

.. ears and propping the bridge some- ment, and in every other way will P. Forbes, Baldwin; W. A. Fulwiler,

'-.> where on the nose. However, this add to the comfort of his increasing J. E. Hallervan, M. S. Benedict, Tam- Cash Co. Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat
matters little since the real objectwas patronage. pa; Z. Spinks, Oviedo; J. K. Riggs, ,

to convey to one's acquaintances, Meals-what meals one receives at Asheville, N. C.ttintiiiimiiMiMitmiiitiimn Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. j jIIIIIII'I'III



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$:_ "''i "'(1. j .. ., ; :;' ,..,.'t1 :.... .. _. .' Connor Prolific Grapefruit trees, six years old averaged $21.40 per tree, or sixteen

;;< .- -.;-,... _-- '.;. ..--':. ,r-.i..."". -' ...'k.... .:....*..'. ... :.-fi...<7;,: hundred dollars per acre.
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t.f; _: .. .., F; ",1 The planting of this grove was made from trees budded from the proper selectionsof
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f .'4_ ,: ;...t..,,I." : t budwood to give such results, and tbe trees we are selling from our stock todayare

I m, .x ,,., r .. i/ still better, because we have given the selection of our buds used in propogat-
7 ._. 2 ing our present output closer attention, and have used only the best of these spec-
,- :; -.t' H.:' 0:,.& 1 ",,1 ially good trees from which to bud the trees we are growing for your use in plantingyour "

I 1"" .{ I I\.\. grove.

'If ... 'l"w"" All government tests, have proven our practice to be correct. Professor Shamel,

--,, :: .. ; -.' -- and Prof Pomeroy, have proven by their work along this line, that ordinary groves
tn :iI' ,I. I r Hr.:7''''':: '' planted from ordinary trees of the usual method of propogation, and rebudded
...4". P! :." from tested trees, can be made to yield almost 50 per cent. more revenue to the

.,I.ti- / ;J $ grower, when so treated.If .
, l'- 11 l' "" i.' where it will ?. The ONLY ,
:..;, you can start right, don't you see pay you way
, TREES. They cost more, but. -
; t :; is to use OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES
a ,
offices at No. 8 Yowell-Duckworth Build-
.. L .q For your convenience, we have opened
\ : : -.:: r. ; .. I : : l' 'ij ing. Call and get a catalog, and talk the matter over with Mr. G. G. Wright, our
,, \\. :" .... .. : ,'" successful already under way, and show you the
,, "' ,; :., agent. He will show you groves
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'.I; t: i. ,,; .:' -.: i trees before you buy them, as well as demonstrate to your complete satisfaction thatit
,, .'_ ,q .... ..A.t..y.:2: .:... .* ?..qr. pays to start right, with Ocklawaha Nurseries trees. ,
!::1.o.f'.J I.; :: ;;J ,\II.\ .1"". ; W'3' ;;..-._'..:.:..t7. !:-A4!' For Catalog, address OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, O. W. CONNER, Proprietor,

6 Tangerine, Florida. -

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

f 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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LANSING BALTIC STATE- I Washington, D.. C.-The '
Washington, D. C.-Friends of for- Berlin.-The Russian report regard Jacksonville, Fla., July 8.-If the ment today took over the Sayville [Moving g Moving :

mer Representative A. Mitchell Palmer ing the destruction of a vessel of the courts are willing, the entire business, wireless station, the only direct means i
including all assets, of the Florida of communication between the United i|
recently appointed chief justice of Deutschland class is untrue, accordingto Life Insurance company, which con- States and Germany. I I|
the court of claims, are working a semi-official statement issued
cern is in financial difficulties, will Secretary Daniels announced that
here. It also is denied that the mine I
twenty-four hours a day in an at- : be turned over to the treasurer of Captain Bullard, in charge of the Did you ever move? .''
ter 4tio make him counsellor of the r layer Albatross lowered the German I the state of Florida, to be adminis- naval radio, had gone to take over Then you know what it means and will have some sympathy -
flag before running ashore Swedish -
state department. The post as coun- on tered by him for protection of the the station and would continue its op- for
sellor carries $7,500 per annum and territory.The policy holders. eration with naval forces. us.We
moving the best from the
I Russians are said to have fired are goods Yowell-Duckworth
the justiceship $6,500.Mr. This decision was arrived at afteran There will be no change so far as Grocery to the store occupied by Caruthers & Gere. A
1,500 shots at the Albatross, of which
Palmer has had no experiencein
all day meeting held on Tuesday, the public is concerned. Messages will
hits. An We are also serving the customers of both stores from this A
only twenty-five were
international law. Before he was eyewitness
when resolutions after be heretofore.
were a, accepted as The only place.
of the naval battle asserts
elected to congress he practiced law report was submitted by a committee I difference will be that naval ope'rators -
in Stroudsburg, Pa. that nearly the entire stern of one Come round and see the condition we are in, and then t_
consisting of J. J. Heard, chairman; instead of commercial employeswill
Since President Wilson was elected Russian warship was shot,away. watch the transformation scene in the next few days. When it is .
Frank Richardson, secretary; R. S.' man the keys. The charges collected -
Mr. Palmer has been a candidate for The German sailors of the Albatross -I/Hall, of Ocala; E. B. Seller, of Quincy -i by the navy will be paid to the settled you will see the store of :
..:. posts, but it is believed here who were killed in the engage.
many ; W. C. Croom, of Jacksonville. owning company.
that the president will not seriously ment of July 2 were buried today with I Our Co. :
signal honors, in which the Swedish Grocery
consider his candidacy. It is known MEDALS ARE AWARDED AS BIG BRYAN SAYS RETALIATION
that Secretary Lansing is extremely authorities and civilians participated. GUNS ROAR CAUSED MORGANATTACK
anxious to have a counsellor for the Revised estimates place the numberof the cleanest and best in quality of groceries in the city.

1 state department other than a politi- killed at thirty, and three more Paris.-Prince Arthur of Con- San Francisco.-Commenting on Remember this is your grocery and we cordially invite you to
cian. During Mr. Bryan's regime men are believed to be dying. Thirty naught, who has been at the front the attempted assassination of J. P. call and help us make it the leading trading place in the grocery
every important post in the depart- other wounded sailors are now doing with the British forces in the western Morgan William Jennings Bryan said: line in the city.

ment was filled by men whose polit- well. theatre of war, on Friday reviewedthe "The spirit of retaliation is responsible Send your orders to phone 200 and you will get prompt ser- .
ical claims were their principal rea- various French troops which had for this. It is that spirit whichis vice.Our. ; '
sons for consideration.The ROUMANIA. DELAYS TO GAIN been engaged for a month in heavy the source of all of the cruelties A

new secretary of state is anxious CONCESSIONSBerlin. fighting in the Argonne region, saysa that have accompanied the war in
to have a counsellor who has a dispatch to the Temps. Europe. We can not afford to have CoA 4
knowledge of international law and .-Rudolf Rotheit, editor of Grocery ;
I I General (name deleted by censor) that spirit transplanted into this ,
the Vossiche Zeitung, who is touring'
diplomatic procedure.
decorated in the name of France with country."It .
the Balkans, telegraphs from Bucha- I
j I the Legion of Honor or the military is shocking that this attack
6 and 8 East Pine Street
rest, Roumania, that although the I'
those who had especially distinguished should have been made on Morgan, I
Roumanian war party admits that
EDITORWe themselves. During the and it is very fortunate that it was
calculations regarding the defeat of >I
ceremony a terrific cannonade was not fatal. A man must be beside I
are proud that there is one the central powers by the entente al- ,I taking place.ALEXANDRETTA. himself to think that violence is the j
lies have been inaccurate, the Rou-
Florida editor with money enough road to peace." I
safely tucked away in the pockets of manians are not yet convinced that BOMBARDEDBerlin. A '-
his Palm Beach trousers to cross the the Russian bolt is shot and still expect POLECAT NOW AT ZOO I i

continent in the "good old summer Russia's reserve men finally to .-The French armored crui- Jacksonville, Fla.-A Florida pole- .
time," despite the fact that the war is turn the scale. |I ser Jeanne d'Arc, according to the cat, better known as a "skunk," is the EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
still raging in Europe. Herr Rotheit says that the Rou-('i Overseas Agency, has again latest addition to the collection of an-
Editor Hetherington of the Lake- manian government is endeavoring to barded the Turkish town of bom-j I imals now at the public zoo in Spring- s
land Telegram is the gentleman who avoid committing itself on either side dretta on the gulf of field park.
is so fortunate. He will catch a and to keep the doors open for a later I

glimpse of the big canal, the big can- arrangement with the most opportune I ( Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne ,
yons, the big trees, all the yawning party. He adds that it is highly improbable -

chasms of the Yosemite valley, the that the Roumanian general W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES with plenty of Foliage 1
spouting geysers in the YellowstonePark staff will permit, in the meantime, the I Proprietors and Owners
and of course will see all the army to march against Transylvania.
and Trees.
sights at the Panama exposition now I
Y in full blast at San Francisco. TWINS OF EIGHTY-SIX WILL BE Daytona Beach HotelON

After visiting Los Angeles, San ROCKED IN THEIR OLD
OCEAN BEACH Price $2000.00
Diego, San Francisco, the Yosemite CRADLE i
National Park and other points of interest Middletown, N. Y.-Mrs. J. C. Bar- Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red .

he will return by way of Portland rett of Edmonston, and Mrs. NathanV. I
Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
and Seattle, and Vancouver, B. Brand, of Leonardsville, who claim
C., thence through the Canadian the distinction of being the oldest Single and en Suite !

Rockies, to Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chi- twins in the state, expect soon to celebrate -,' Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold C. A. HOVEY

cago, stopping briefly in Kentuckyand their eighty-sixth birthday together Shower Baths, Free to guests
at Cincinnati. The route covers with some unusual features. '
approximately ten thousand miles. The cradle in which they slept as chil- Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
We envy him his trip.-Ocala Ban- dren has been preserved and it is Dinners 50 cents
ner. planned that the twins shall be rockedin -- -- .
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WATER GLASSES---Special good values, limit six LADIES' HOSE---Pure Thread Silk, regular 79C

to a customer, each Saturday 3 1-2c/ made $1.00 quality Saturday night .

night .
EMBROIDERIES-One lot of Edges Band, Inser-

CUPS AND SAUCERS---Beautiful decorated China, tions and Galoons, worth up to 35c.,

worth regular 75c. Saturday night IOC.5c.1
49c Saturday night '

for a set of six *

BROWNMUSLIN---Good weight, full yard wide, free

MEN'S STRAW HATS--.Your choice of any Man's from spots, Saturday night .

Straw Hat in the store, values up to $4.00 (M CO
LAWNS AND CREPES---Beautiful rine in small neat designs | :
Saturday night ) I JU
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and floral patterns, 121-2c. and 150. qualities, Saturday Sr : 1

SHOE DEPARTMENT-.-Ladies' White Canvass night, limit 10 yards to a customer ; ;; :

Baby Doll Shoes, $2.50 quality, Satur$2$

day night -
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE for 1 hr from 8 to 9 P.M. Sat. night

LADIES' CANVASS one strap $2.00 value, $$1.50 One lot of Ladies' Skirts, in white, made of }Ratine 50c

Saturday night and Pique worth $1.50ta $3 your choicdlimit 1 to customer


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THE DAILY .. I I SET ASIDE "SPARROW "Let's start the winter Sentinel ".7..

1 EXTERMINATION DAY. such a or any other !
South Florida Sentinel I I There has been a great deal of agi- as will cause the whole state make such a
tation against the buzzard during the 'sit up and take notice' the gravity of ,
r\ MORNING AND WEEKLY past year. Has anybody ever given 'we're here because we're here in? j
.:. 2:. GLENN ............,-.....Editor any serious thought to the extermination and that will go down in wounded or mu- ,
......BufacM VI_.
W. C. ESSINGTON cer of the English Sparrow? A spar- so that nosterity will quit to do bus
is little bird. It everything of and as far as
row an insignificant importance
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida
a* Second Clau Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION makes a lot of noise, it drives other the war' or 'since the freeze' none of the cit- KEEP COOLlBY
birds away, it causes the housewife say 'since Orange County got have felt so hor-
RATES concern, it disseminates ticks, it gether.' over the
Dally 1 Year ........................ 15.00 makes a great deal of fuss when disturbed "This is food for thought pulled up stakes .
Daitr. 6 Month ...................... %.GO and other
and the number is our people Board some com-
Dafly.. S Month ...................... L25Dajlj constantly our
1. Month .....,,................. M increasing. Trade and our county and population of
In these days of agitation would it governments, our fraternal of such a qual-
Weekly I Year ...................... ILOO not be a good thing to set aside one ganizations, our school states. SHOPPING AT
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN day to be known as "Sparrow Exter- ties and our churches." is what
ADVANCETO mination Day?" On that day spe- The highways should be of l life, and the
ADVERTISERS cial privileges should be extended by and opened to public travel not better for the
: the city officials to every man or boyto than September 1. As soon as far as, that
Copy for display and all ether bandactadverticinr use a firearm for five hours within date is assured the Board of concerns
sad be handed tn at the buiineu the city limits. Sparrows can be the county and city governments it is all a myth. DICKSON.IYS[ COMPANYWhere
_lice .( th. Sentinel not later than 2 p. BB.ti other should .
dU before publication. This rule applies killed by an air gun or by the old get 'I:
to ehaarea far contract adT rtliin.: It li fashioned slingshot. More sparrowscan and lay plans for the FOR HAND
Ianri l. and will be strictly adhered to. be exterminated by a shotgun.The "Orange County Highway Day," )
first English sparrow was some other such name. Orange
Sabacriben desiring The Sentinel d&con- brought to the United States in 1850, ty could easily have the largest
- the dolled date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be but it was not firmly established un- greatest "get-together" of her the handsome
continued It the regular subscription rates. til 1870. Since then it has taken pos- zens in the history of old be erected for
until notice to atop is received. session of the country. Its fecundity Talk the matter over with your 1
Telephone Namb-r M is amazing. It hatches from five to ciates and boost for an "Orange Beacham, on zero prices prevail Satur-
six broods in a season with from fourto ty Highway Day." was awarded
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1913. six in a brood. Assuming the average Enlarging upon Editor Larson &
and Great fall
annual product of a pair to be suggestion such an event would in all, it will be day Monday.
s twenty-four young, of which half are untold benefit to the county as
There are a great many people who females and half males, and further ards the beautification of the homes in value
appear awful. smart until they say assuming that they all live, it will be ways. At such a meeting Sen-built in Orlando, temperatures.Note .
something.So seen that in ten years the progeny ofa ideas for the improvement and and hand-
o single pair would be 275,716,983,698.Very tification of the sixty miles of convenience and a few of thesedegrees
far this month the matrimonial naturally with the start which ways could be advanced and in
casualties in Orange county are reported the sparrow has secured there is lit- probability adopted. ( being something ,
few and far between. tle reason to believe that they can be That would be the logical time especially dotes :
totally exterminated. However, if a discussion of the different this estimable
o Orlando would set aside a "sparrow adding beauty to the brick
General Huerta says he went to El extermination day" and other cities in frontage; of increasing the to none on Or- r
Paso just for pleasure. But there are Florida follow suit it would be soon the highway from thirty to fifty noted
some men to whom trouble is alwaysa apparent that some inroads againstthis as originally suggested by the residences.
pleasure.The nuisance had been accomplished.Let tinel; and of securing plants,'
o us hear from the public in regardto flowers and trees at a wholesale White Seed VoilesOne .
Kaiser says he is going to have this matter. Upon the outcome of such an THE GRAND

If he does he will haveto o County Highway Day" this
the last
say. still has an opportunity to lead of the most popular fabrics of the season, worth 35c.
muzzle some of Orlando's most WHY NOT HAVE AN state and let the rest of the
"ORANGE COUNTY again pleased
"prominent public o men." HIGHWAY DAY?" follow. a superb picture Saturday and Monday 23c. yard

Editor Howard of the Orange Coun-
starred in the
Just as soon as the June groom ty Citizen, in the last issue of his TRYING TO MAKE CAPITAL I
stands up and starts to carve, and at newspaper, has an editorial, "Let's OUT OF NOTHING.It : at the Grand Ii
the same time has to listen to the Have a Great Celebration." It is well would seem that some of The setting was j
rapid-fire comments of his wife's relatives worth considering and we. trust the state editors enjoy picking up were excel- Fancy Wash GoodsWe've
he realies that he never did Apopka News, the Winter Garden things and making capital out
was present.
have any use for the rest of her fam- Times, and the Reporter-Star will fall them. For instance, an
ily anyhow.A in with the idea as has been suggested "squib" has been going around plays Manager grouped together hundreds of yards of summer's
o by Mr. Howard. state about some newspaper for moving pic
news item which is our idea of The Citizen advocates a celebra- the statement that "the whole fairest fabrics in Fancy Lawns, Batistes, Crepe, and
an item of big news comes from Chil- tion following the completion of the lation of Florida wouldn't make Handkerchief Linens, worth up to 20c. -
dress, Texas, whose commercial club ; sixty miles of Orange county brick first class city." '
has voted to buy. machinery for a highways. The value and importanceof Straub picked it up and VISIT- and 6c. .
canning factory and to employ an expert the highways is then recounted at to the Orlando Reporter-Star. Saturday Monday only yd
to run it. The rest of the itemis length and the editorial closes with: Straub picked the same thing C. Brossier i iI
that women of Childress county "In order to signalize these important again in an exchange and finds Mrs. I
will have the privilege of free can- factors in the life of Orange credited to the "Sentinel not Miss Mathilda, !
ning of their fruits and vegetables of county why not A GREAT fying whether it was the Niles, and Mr.
which that district is producing a record GETTING TOGETHER be had Sentinel, the Fort Lauderdale in Orlando Kimona CrepesStripes
crop. upon the completion of the nel, Largo Sentinel, or some '
o roads? Let Orlando extend the kind of a sentinel.A large
Orlando's new city directory gives 'Glad Hand' to her friends all close scrutiny of the and will and Floral Designs in all the latest colors, 20c.

that place a population of about 8,000. over the county. Let us drop Sentinel files for the past in this section. and 25c. valuesSaturday
Now its up to the beautiful capitalof commercialism long enough to months discloses that this are the
Orange county to produce that let convivialism, that good cheer per never made such a remark I par-
number of inhabitants when the state born of friendship, have the rightof editorial column. But suppose and Messrs. and Monday 16c. yard
census enumerator starts on his way. Orlando Sentinel or the Largo .
rounds this month.-Halifax (Daytona -
} Journal.!
surprised at your banter for us "to PercalesStripes
Did hear of Orlando
produce. you ever .
failing to deliver the goods?
o Dots and Fancy Patterns, just the thing for

There can be no better investmentthan men and boys' shirts, Ladies house dresses and bunga-
in the friendship of good pea '
pIe. With them we may live in the low aprons.
purest and most stimulating atmos-
phere and in the most genial sun- Saturday and Monday llc. yard
shine. In their company our- souls
expand and all the higher qualitiesfind
exercise. These are the people ...,: "
with noble enthusiasms. They have ,
caught glimpses of the Promised Ie
Land for humanity and are trying to Everlasting and Utility Ginghams
lead the way into it. It would be a

pity to miss this exalted o fellowship. 100 Pretty patterns to select from, worth 12c.

AND STILL 10 for 79cLadies'
WE BUILD.It Sat'd'y and Monday yds

.... sounds like an old story repeated I
so often that it has become common- .
place, but nevertheless it may bear
repeating. Reference is had to the
great activity in Orlando in all lines DressesOf
of industrial and construction work.

every Scarcely any such a day day passes-if in Orlando-that there is The BUICK 1916 airy and dainty effects and cool comfort in voiles, lingerie

ground is not broken for a new build- linen, worth $7.50 to $10.00.
ing, or an old business structure is
not remodeled to make it more up to and 3.98 ,
date and in keeping with the more Cars I Saturday
modern buildings which have been r
elected in its vicinity.
With all the construction work
which is lOW going on, and which has
been going on all summer it would Gents' Furnishing
seem that labor would have its op- Have arrivedWe
t portunity in the present, and with -,
the new work which is being contin- .
ually mapped out, would have a fine DepartmentNow
prospect for the future.
And all this is a matter for con- for
cool underwear
chance to buy
gratulation and for optimism. is your your
o > want all lovers of Automo- hot weather.

NEEDED! Men's.Athletic Undershirts and Drawers, 50c. value 37 / cMen's

That in the future development of biles, whether prospective customers : Union Suits, $1.00 value ___________________75c
Florida the canning industry will playa
most important part can not be Men's Union Suits, $1.50 value__________________$1.15Men's
in and
doubted. This industry is as yet in : or not, to come see Union Suits, $2.00 value _________________$1.45 1
its infancy in the state, but as settle- ,
ment proceeds and development of '
agriculture continues, there will be an these cars.Cook Any Palm Beach Suit in the .
increasingly large amount of vegeta-
ble products which must be disposed
of.These house $6.50Dicksonlves
products can not all be
shipped to northern markets, becauseof
their perishable nature. Then, too,
there may be times when on accountof
financial depression it will be un- Auto Company
profitable to ship such products out
of the state.
Thus thero will arise a need for an
economical and profitable manner of
disposing of vegetable and fruit pro-
ducts. The cannery is the logical and Co
practical solution to this problem.It .
will not be long ere such plants
will be making profitable use of many
tons of farm products of different
kinds which are now decaying and go-
ing to waste, an entire loss to the .
-. ; '
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grower. STORf.
Now is the time to get in on the DEPARTMENT
ground floor in the canning businessin .1011 ...
the state of Florida, a business
which is bound to grow, one which in ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

the growing.Yes very.nature of things can not help The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy .

now is the time. No place of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise
could be better situated for such a :,... at right prices
plant than Orlando. Whence will _
come the man to seize this golden opportunity -
which awaits but the touchof
genius to transform it into a ver-
itable Aladdin's lamp o* wealth-pro-
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Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m.

MRS. DUNN'S LITTLE BOY BIT BY DOG BE- Admission 5 Cent 1 ; f r ,

One oibs
jrettiest bridge partiesof '" .. Nt .. .., ... .. .II .,
the year was the one given yes- Yesterday afternoon, near the cor- TODAY'S PROGRAM
terday by Mrs. Jared Irwin Dunn at ner of Parramore and Carter street, \
American. "The Two Sentences, a
the New Lucerne hotel on South nine year old Jack Wise was attacked
in two
Main street. There were seven tablesof and bitten on the calf of the leg bya f.arts. Hypnotized." A com-

players who were seated on the dog thought to be mad. The boy Big Broadway Star Special edy.American.
spacious porches. Pink and white was accompanied by a playmate, Sid- "The Second Clue" with I
Feaure"MOTHER'S .
Ed. Cox and Winifred Greenwood.Five
carnations were used lavishly m the ney Swearingen, who was also cents to all.

interior decorations, the color scheme snapped at by the dog. The wound ROSES"Produced .

!!rig pink and white. Punch and an was promptly cauterized, and the
38 cream course were served by the child's father, H. A. Wise, of 310 o WHAT :MEN LIKE 0
charming hostess. A pleasing feature West Church street, reported the af- by the Vitagraph Co.
While the Guernsey block is under- Is a question that often puzzles women folks who wish
to make I
of the party was the color fair to the authorities, asking that
Featuring going improvements Jas. L. Giles has some mere male a gift. If those ladies will look at
our collectionof
scheme carried out effectively in the the dog be shot. Dr. Sylvan McElroy
temporarily; removed his office from scarf pins, cuff links, shirt studs, etc., they will be
refreshments, the ice cream being I recommended that the animal, which gazing at j
Dorothy Kelly James Morrison that block to the San Juan hotel the
just gifts
every man appreciates. For they for ,
has are manly
1 served in pink paper roses. Mrs. Lege a litter: of young puppies, be con-
building. Rapid strides are being who know what is what.
men Come and look
at collection.
was given a lovely prize. fined for a week to see if it develops George Cooper, Mary Maurice made in the Guernsey improvement.
rabies. At the end of that time will
SONG SERVICE FOR be early enough to give the Pasteur and other Vitagraph Stars.A ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.COLEMAN ,

EPWORTH LEAGUE.At treatment, as the period of incuba- NOTICE 16 d1

the regular devotional service of tion for hydrophobia is nearly forty THREE ACT SPECIAL The co-partnership of R. C. Mc- .

the Epworth League of the Methodist days. Cracken and W. E. Gore, Jr., knownas --------
church tomorrow evening at 6:45 the Orlando Skati-g Rink, has .
been mutually dissolved, W. E. Gore, Remember, two coats of Patton's 1
o'clock the program will take the CONTRACTED FOR 100 DODGE Velumina gives results *
Jr., buying R. C. McCracken's inter- equal to three
form of "An Evening With Old CARS "THE ENGINEER'S SPECIAL"A est in the skating rink, and R. C. or four coats of ordinary flat wall "I
Hymns." Several of the old familiar McCracken buying W. E. Gore, Jr.'s, paints. Remember, it needs no size
hymns will be sung, and a history of The Orlando Auto and Kalem Railroad Special.An interest in the soda fountain. After : or surfacer, flows easily, shows no 1
Supply com- laps or brush marks, I.
this date W. E. Gore, Jr., will have I gives a rich,
each will be given by some memberof pany has disposed of the second of I full charge of the skating rink and .rYAR uniform tone, and dries with a film,
the league. A trombone solo will the three new Dodge cars which arrived R. C. McCracken will have full chargeof washable and durable.

"be rendered by Donald C. Helms, and Monday. Bishop Mann was the the soda fountain.R.. c. .MCCRACKEN.W. Sd paints Agents and for wallpaper.high-grade varnishes, .

the entire evening will be spent in purchaser, and George R. LaDue, of EXCEPTIONAL PROGRAM E. GORE JR. :

enjoying music and in learning of the Mount Dora, bought the other car. Orlando, Fla., July 8, 1915.

men and women who lived and worked The Orlando Auto and Supply company 7-10-tfc Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Co
and wrote the hymns with which we has contracted for one hundredof '

are all familiar, but with whose authors these popular cars and are jubi- 5 cents 10 cents NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ; \ 205 S. Orange Avenue
we are so unfamiliar. It is lant over the favorable comments i
hoped that every Leaguer in the city which are being made concerning the ORLANDO, A NON-PROFIT COR- & RHAN
will be out to this service, and that Dodge. The second shipment of five PORATION. '

from a new knowledge of the master cars is expected to arrive about the -
Notice is hereby given that the
hands which penned his favorite 20th or 25th of July.
undersigned will the Hon-
apply to
hymns he may sing them with new orable J.V.. Perkins, Judge of the NEW ICE COMPANY ,
enthusiasm in future. Arthur Ivey FULL PROTECTION FOR POLICY- ROOf GARDNTODAY ( Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof
will be the leader for the evening. Florida, in and for Orange County,
4)p HOLDERS OF FLORIDA on August 7, 1915, at 11 o'clock A. M., PHONE 675
LIFE or as soon thereafter as we can be
PETER-SIMS. heard, in DeLand, Florida, or wher-
Mr. Philjp Peter, of this place,.and Jacksonville ever the Court may be, for a charter .. .
Fla.-Policyholders of I ; : .. : 1
for the First Methodist Church of Or- '' '
Sims of
Madge Ocoee
were the Florida Life 1
company lando, which said charter is now on
quietly married yesterday afternoonat vrll be fully protected and safe con- file in the office of the Clerk of the *
Delivery starts
4 o'clock. The ceremony was performed duct of the corporation's affairs may r. uN: Circuit Court of Orange County, Flor-
by Rev. S. C. Thompson, un- ida.The
net something for the stockholders
character and object of the
der one of the big trees in Capt. according to J. C. Luning, state treas- corporation shall be to advance the Monday, July 5th

Sims yard. The young couple left urer, who issued a statement yesterday BLACK BOX, NO. 13 Christian religion, and particularly
immediately in their automobile for afternoon the doctrines of the Methodist Epis-
Daytona Beach, St. Augustine, another d the The regarding affairs of Tongues of Fire. copal Church South.F. .
concern. treasurer was des- A. CURTIS.
points, before returning to Winter ignated by the directors to take over Very Thrilling. JAS. A. KNOX. Wait for our We think will
Garden, where they will reside. the company and manage its affairs JAS. L. GILES. you ,
as soon as the court issued such an H. H. DICKSON.J like J our ioe.
Garden Times. ,I I
order. "THE SECOND BEGINNING"BigU 7-10-wkly4t i

The Associated Charities have for
rent a desirable house, partly fur- YESTERDAY Edward Sloman.

nished, the rents to be applied to the The city council met yesterday and ERAliK A. CURTIS WILLIAM. R. .O'NEAL
relief of and three
a woman childrenwho
F. Joseph Raehn to find
need help badly. For informa THE FAMOUS PANZER
another location and :
"try again" to
Established 1886
tion, telephone 205.
drill a drainage well near Lake TROUPE
Ida Crouch-Hazlett will hold an Photo Vaudeville.
open air meeting on the streets Saturday
night, at 7:30 o'clock. Her NEW MODEL REMINGTON CAR In a unique and mistyfying ex- CURTIS & O'NEAL
subject! will be "The Working Class .
in Politics." Mrs. Hazlett is a uni- R. D. Waring, who has secured the hibition of Comedy gymnastics.THE .
versity student of economics and sociology agency for the Remington car, had a
a skilled historian, a trained
thinker and one of the most experi- beautiful new model on the freight INSURANCE LOANS
enced lecturers and debaters before depot platform yesterday.An ONE PRICE THEATERThe
' the American public.

ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a Coolest Spot in Town. i REAL ESTATE 1 RENTALS -
Get the news In the Sentinel first. safe investment.

Bedspread to be given away ,

\Ve tonight at nine o'clock.

s have
WJ Don't fail to see "The Snow
iir For Sale
U Girl," a three reel feature Monday -

House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

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10 cents 5 cents $4500.00. A bargain.

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UNTIL 12 P.M.Come Phone 566 and 666
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ORLANDO, FLA. in and snook around a bit.

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HOW WAR IS MAKING WHOLE few years ago it was the world sensa- week, he had a vision that it was the that the liquor saloon is the greatest

WORLD DRY II tion for many days when the Kaiser great opportunity of his career to doa I master of manly force the world ever

went dry. He got scared about the lasting good for his people, nnd at saw.,
Atlantic City, July 8.-Dr. Louis drunkenness of his officers in the "Now this same struggle for efficiency 33 H DiscountFor
I the end of the third month he sent
;Albert Banks, of Delaware, Ohio, de- army, and became a teetotaler even is going on, on every railroad,
forth that final ukase declaring it to
clared here today before the conven- from beer. He preached total absti- in every steel mill, in every crockery
be the of Russia
tion of the Anti-Saloon League that nence from one end of Germany to governmental policy plant, in every great mine and factory -
henceforth and that alcoholic
the difference between! the present the other. When the war broke out forever and mill and shop in America,
drinks shall be forever the benefit of
temperance movement and previous they soon locked up all their distilleries prohibitedfrom pushing us in this country to national our cus-

attacks on liquor lies in the fact that and cut down their brewers to the Russian empire. prohibition." .
"That is the single act for tomers will 25"1.per
greatest give
I a
the big business men of every com- half strength in their beer. Since
human betterment that has occurredin
munity are now dead set against the then one thing after another has been Umbrellas recovered and repaired
this world since any of us were "while wait," at Young's Repair cent cash discount on
liquor traffic. The modern cry of eliminated until that half strengthbeer you
born. And now comes the finance Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
"efficiency," he said, is strictly incompatible is all there is left. all
minister of Russia to show us that in goods sold during the
with the use of strong "But Russia leads the procession.
j I six months under prohibition, while MINISTERS ORGANIZE
drink. Never since that other Czar, 60 years month of and
a bearing the fearful burden of this July August.
He traced the worldwide movement ago, set 50,000,000 of serfs free, with
horrible war, the people' of Russia Lake City, Fla.-At the Baptist
against alcohol of the last twelve- one ukase, has there been anything to
I I have laid away more money in the pastorium at 11 o'clock a. m. Mondaya
month as fololws: compare with the work of the pres-
savings banks than they ever did in Ministers' Association was organ-
"At the beginning of the war Lord ent Czar in the redemption of Rus-
I a whole year in time of peace in the ized in this city, the following officers llarnmond&Qore"
Kitchener declared that whatever else sia from strong drink. When the
days of the saloon. It is the miracleof being elected: Rev. A. E. Spencer -
was sent to English soldiers there Czar closed every saloon in the em-
the century. of the Presbyterian church, pres-
would not be a drop of strong drink.If pire at the beginning of the mobiliza- .
"Now this is working everywhere. ident; Rev. C. D. Creasman, of the DIRECTORS AND EHBALMERS.
he could have organized the Eng- tion of troops, it was thought by him- :
Roumania has half her First Baptist church, secretary and
lish workingmen on the same basis, self and by everybody else to be onlya within put away and saloons treasurer. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church} St. Orlando, Fla. .
England would have been in an infinitely temporary expedient. But a won- a year.
Sweden fighting for national
happier condition today, and we derful thing happened. You see, over hibition.are pro- NEW HAVEN STOCKHOLDERSLOSE

would not have Lloyd-George utter- there where the government boughtthe
"Now have stopped to ask $102,000,000 SUIT
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yourself the question How do we
f fighting three enemies: Germany, brewed and distilled the liquor as a
come to have this universal harmonyin Boston.-The suit brought by minority I I ,
Austria and drink, and that 'drink is government proposition, and sold it
the midst of the world-wide strife? stockholders to recover $102- ;
the worst of the lot,' on which our in the same way, when the Czar I il Attention Auto Owners! jj
With the nations at each other's 000000 from former and present directors ,
; own Mr. Bryan very shrewdly com- closed all these saloons there was
of the New York, New Haven ,
throate, how does it come that Ger-
ments that England has found out I no liquor left to blind-tiger or boot- '
man and English and French and & Hartford railroad, who were
that the aeroplane that drops bombs leg with in the country. Well, it only
Russian and American are all singingone charged with the responsibility for [
from above and the submarine that takes about a week to soak all the I AUTO SERVICE STATION I
tune on the temperance question. improper expenditures, was .
'. shoots torpedoes from beneath, bad I drunkards out in a nation if they While disagreeing about everythingelse the supreme court today. _
they are not nearly so dangerous can't The
as are get any more liquor. second -
they are all agreed in this determination William G. Rockefeller, Lewis Cass 14 E. CHURCH STREET
the schooners that slide week
as across they are pretty and
to choke the liquor saloonto Ledyard, James S. Elton and CharlesS.
: their own English bars. It is the :restless and The third week
j uneasy. death. The answer is very evi Mellen were among the defendants. ; ; Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil
opinion of the leading public men of ;(I they are powerful empty.and hungry, with
dent. That one word efficiency
ir; England that she must come shortly '''and begin to look for a job. As mil- CAR WASHED AND POLISHED
; which we started, is the key. They Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
k to absolute prohibition, and in that :.lions of men were going away to war
and service motto. Cox'sMeat *
must have the best soldiers they can Quality our
f she is only following the example of there were plenty of jobs to go j Prompt Service Personal Attention
J get. They must have the best sailors Market, Church street. 1
ether nations.r I around. Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
I they can find. They must have men ti
"France has been breeding a "So the actual result that !
peculiarly was by with full tide of manly force, or the Read the Morning Sentinel for the 1
idiotic race of drunkards with the beginning of the second month
r nation must die. And they all agree news. lOc. a week delivered. ; ; Freeman V. D. Phillips Manager : :
i that strange drink of hers, absinthe, every drunkard's family in all Rus- ,

t for many years. Her medical and sci- sia was getting three square meals a

r entific people have thundered against day. The men were industrious and TRADE ATFORAGE MMIIMIIIMMIIiliiliHIiiMIIMilMIIMmilllMII

J *t, but nothing practical was accom- happy, the women were more smilingand

[ plished until they came up againstthe cheerful than they had been since GROCERY CO.

wall of the German army, and the honeymoon. The children had

f had to have men with steady nerves, their faces washed, the towns were
i who (could see straight, and shoot cleaning up, and the jails were emp- And save money. You get qualities and quantity ORLANDO ROOFING1-1

straight, or the nation must die. tying, for nobody was being arrestedin
t Then it only took a few hours for Russia. And this good news came

the government to abolish that drink in to the Czar from all over the coun- SHEET METAL CO. I
[ for the war. Since then the French try. During the second month depu- Specials Saturday

congress have abolished it forever, tations came to see him from every I
(\ and are prohibiting all kinds of intoxicating big town in the empire praising him I and MondayGranulated Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
drinks for the rest of the and begging him to continue the good ; ,

war. work. And as week after week passed
I and Rubber
"Some of remember how with the Roofings
\ you only a news getting brighter each
\ Sugar, 16 Ibs. for ___________________$1.00

Flour, 24 lb. sacks, ________________75c, 90c. and $1.00 I Cornices, Skylights.Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
HllilttllllllMIMMMMIMIIItMIIMIMIMIMIiliAnnouncement Kinghan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 1 Ib. box, per lb __32c

Best Ham, per lb. _______________________18c., 19c. 20c Works 14 E. Church St.
Smoked Bacon, per lb., _____.: :____ _____________17c : ORLANDO.

White Bacon, best, per lb. _____________________12V c

\ White Bacon, per Ib _____________________________10c -.

Snowdrift Lard, large pail _______________________98c

Cottolene, large pail___________________________$1.25

Crisco, large pail _______________________________83c

Pure Ground Coffee, 2 pounds _____________________35c SELLING

White House Coffee, per pound ___________________32c _

Maxwell House Coffee, per pound_________________31c

Arbuckles Ground Coffeeper pound _______________19c

Baby Size Cream, 7 cans for _____________________25c HAYGRAIN

T WilsonS Store O Tall Size Cream, 7 cans for_______________________50c \

e oe pening Tomatoes, 2 lb. can, 4 cans for ________C:__________25c FEED

Van Camps Early June Peas, per can _____________lOc ,

Soaked English Peas, 4 cans for ___________________25c FLOUR

: 10 Grits and Meal, 10 lbs for _______________________25c !

Saturday, July Old Irish Potatoes, per peck ___________________:_23c

New Irish Potatoes, per peck ____________________35c Is Our BusinessThe

\ Lemons, per dozen ______________________________20c

Boardman Bfk. Room 104 S Orange Ave. Tall Pink Salmon, per can ________________________lOc

\ Dried Peaches and Prunes, per pound ______________11c Co-Operative Produce Co.

Curant and Raisins, seeded, per pkg _____________lOc ;

All 5c. smoking Tobacco and chewing, 6 for ________25c W. S. OcWITT, M'c'r. No. 10 East Church Strut PHONE 447

A All lOc. smoking Tobacco and chewing, 3 for ________25c .
line of Men's
complete Wom- Snuff _________________________________5c., 6 for 25c -

Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen___________________25c !

en's and Children'sSHOES Kellog's Corn Flakes, 3 for _______________________25c '.

Quaker Corn Flakes, 4 for _______________________25c

Post Toasties, 3 for ______________________25c

Shredded Wheat, 2 for __________________________25c CAREY HANDFUNERAl

I AND HOSIERY L Grape Nut 2 for _______________________________25c

Cream of Wheat, per package ____________________14cc

Jello Ice Cream Powder, 3 for ____________________25c DIRECTOR

All lOc. Extract, per bottle ________________________8c ..
Rumford's Baking Powder, 1 Ib. can, per can'________22c AND EMBALMER
Carrying the same brands as

formerly carried by F. M. Board- Best Corn, per sack ___________________________$1.90

Best Wheat, per sack _________________________$2.50 All calls answered Promptly Dayor

man. We solicit business. Best Oats, per sack ___________________________$2.15
your Scratch Feed, per sack _________________________$2.15 Night. Block.

Best Shorts per sack __________________________$1.70

Best Bran per sack ___________________________$1.60 Orlando Florida.

Best Beet Pulp, per sack ________________________$1.80 -

I Wilson Shoe Store Sweet :Molasses Feed, per sack _________$1.65 and $1.75 PHONE 639. RESIDENCE f HONE 457.

Corn Meal, per sack ___________________________$2.15

r Grits, per sack ________________________________$2.15 ..
( T. H. WILSON Prop. Flour, one-half barrel __________________$3.50 to $4.00A --- -

Full Line of Fresh Vegetables.
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.f-'umber. La1hs and Shingles SENTINEL NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORSSealed '

proposals will be received by the! ARCADE
County Commissioners of Orange County
State of Florida at the office of the Clerk;
of the Circuit Court of Orange County. at]
WANTSThe Orlando. Florida at or before 2 P. M. Monday -
August 2nd. 1915. for grading and paving -
NAIR LUMBER with second quality brick two miles and
one-quarter from Oakland to the dividing line
between Orange and Lake Counties.
Proposal Number One
For grading and paving with second quality
I Morning Sentinel Want brick with 2x8 heart pine curb; pavement to DEPOT
'"ORLANDOCement Directory is the Greatest Want be nine feet wide between boards and grouted
Ad Medium in Orlando.. with a mixture of one part cement and one
part sand.
Proposal Number Two
Terms Cash in Advance To include grading and paving with second I

Agatite Plaster and LimeREMEMBER inches quality wide and brick ten using inches cement in depth curb according four- BUTTER MILK\ \
RATES to the specifications for brick highway
For One Day ---_________-25tFor now in use in Orange County roads: width of Fresh Every Day.
Three Days ____________50c pavement from out to out to be nine feet. 5c. per glass -
For Six Days ---____________75c For grading Proposal and Number with Three second quality 25c. per gallon ,
For One Month ____________$ .50 brick; brick to be wire paving cut lug grouted with CREAM AND MILK\
This rate applies on all ads of a 2x8 heart pine curb, width of pavement
25 words between boards to be nine feet. BUTTER
,. or less. If the ad con-
Proposal Number Four
'A tains more than 25 words the rate For grading and paving with second quality Fresh Homemade
will be one cent per word for brick: brick to be wire cut lug. grouted with SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- a 4x10 concrete curb, width of pavement I
from out to out to be nine feet AND CAKES
sertion.If Proposals must be presented in sealed en- t
you can't bring your ad to velopes endorsed on the outside with the
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- number of proposal which is made. Each
counts opened by telephone will be heck proposal in must the sum be accompanied of 250.00 to by be a executed certified
payable the following day. upon a State or National Bank and payableat ARCADE MilK DEPOT
sight to the order of the Clerk of the Circuit -
I Every Home-Every Business Court.
.. !
The successful bidder or bidders will be
Every Man has use for a required to give bond in the sum of Five
Sentinel Want Ad. Thousand U5OOO.00) Dollars such bond to be - ----
- -
executed by a Surety Company to be ap- -- ---
proved by the County Commissioner
h The County Commissioners reserve the rightto Dr. S. S. Jones
reject any and all bids.
FOR SALE M. O. OVERSTREET, Chairman Board of
County Commissioners CHIROPRACTORgraduate

FOR SALE-Tomatoes, $1 per crate, B.. M.R. RAMSEY ROBINSON.Highway Clerk Circuit Engineer Court.G. Davenport college= ; 17 and
ripe or green, delivered any place 77&HDon't : 18 Yowell-Duckworth building: phone
in the city. Phone S. J. Slish & Co., 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
No. 463. 7-9-3tc being restored to health by chiropractic .
adjustments, the new science ,
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users ef Gas to be contented FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or I Forget Us of removing free.the cause of disease.12-2 i-lmo Examination -
is the best unfurnished, 7 room house; large
and happy. We want them convinced that Gas
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62%
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit when
fuel. and flowers. 205 Liberty street. in SURVEYINGPlating
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers.
need of and Sub-Dividing
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be gladof FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
and wind shield at Ford Garage.

it.If WORK L_
your gas service is not all that you think it should be FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction
the best trucking and fruit farmsin HAL A. IRISHCivil
Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. Prosper Colony' consisting of 25 J

acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under Engineer
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for' -
cash if sold this month. A good cropon
47 Watkins Orlando Fla.
the place will go with it. The ,
place will bear inspection. Good reasons -
for selling. If interested, ad-
GuaranteedOur PHONE
dress Box 57. The place is in sightof 646

depot, church, school and brick ,
road. 78d6twklyltFOR Pricesare For Eight Cylinder Cadillac


GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf able. 17 12-10-lm Hughey Street Orlando: Fla.

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- "Quality Our
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. We6k End

FOR SALE-Late model Ford touring Motto Rates

car, electric lights and self- '-- -
starter new tires. A bargain for

or cash.Box Can 696.be seen at Ford Garage 7-7-3t, Connoisseurs Have From ORLANDO '

r. 1 FOR SALE-Wagon, buggy and har- Passed Judgment DAYTONA '

ness; also a one-horse plow and cultivator -
Sale good as new; and a 100 egg $2.30 J?
incubator. These articles will go -
cheap. Address, G. A. Branson, 600 On our work and pronounce it to NEW SMYRNA
Gore avenue, or call at residence on be the most satisfactory obtain- $1.85.

South Parramore street. 7-7-6t able, not only in Orlando, but in

FOR SALE-I have five Berkshire. every section where they have ORMOND
Poland China spring hogs left, at travelled. Take advantage of $2.50 A
$6.50> apiece. Will let the bunch go your best institutions.
And for two weeks for $30. Speak quick. Others are VIA
continuing sold. Blue ribbon stock. Try elsewhere -
[_ then see me. C. E. Filbert Orlando 4
Pine Castle. 7-7-6t
Atlantic Coast Line A


FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum PHONE 88 Standard Railroad of the South -
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.

On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, Yancey. --3-28-tfc- Tickets sold for all trains Satur- -

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- day and forenoon Sunday, limited ,

Kimonas, and House Dresses Knox.nished flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-tf A. I CLINT BASSPHONE to return by midnight of

375WestJefterson following Tuesday.For .

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants :Jat WANTED Street F.

Information Call
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES To reduce our stock as much as possible Successor to !
D. W. WHITE D. T. A. a t
... by the 15th, will give a discountof "
25 per cent. off our regular cash W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
Hand Wood
price on any goods in store. Ham- CompanyWood Orlando j
I II Come and look at our line mond & Gore. 6-5-ti *

I of All Kinds
, LOST-Boston bull terrier; female;
: bat ears, long tail, brindle. Re- PROMPT SERVICE
CO. ward. 20 W. Pine St. 7-9-3t REASONABLE PRICE* OSTEOPATH xw

.I sell and real' DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER V
buy, rent, exchange
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., Office corner Orange Arcane and
-Jr over 30 years. Have handled over Cut Flowers Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg.. .
$2 ,000OOO. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Phone 419.

r Easy To Open, Easy To Close Whenever you want the best and and Plants

Colollial l Hill choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox:
on Church street and your order will
Dust Proof Price
t\ Moderate In be promptly filled. 6-22-tf Floral Designs

at City Drug Store. 50c. for 5 gallons r
I i'g"y delivered to home. City
your i
i You hear about Co- Drug Store. Phone 632. 6-19-tf Violet I Dell Florist. DR. L H. RAMSDELL

lonial Hills. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
t.t... partnership of Davis and Man- *E FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
l. ning, painting any decorating, has ]. M. CARUTHERS --I
You read
'f 8 about Colo- been dissolved and notice is hereby
to given that W. L. Davis will not be Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. OPTICAl.REPAIRING
COOur R pvr '? S ,. 0t nial Hills. liable for any debts incurred by said
firm. W. L. DAVIS.

, m You talk about Colonial RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

.j C .... Located in the Arcade BuildingAll
I Hills. work guaranteed and neat- The Orlando Meat MarketT.

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

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

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

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

the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Tele'Phone faction and profit. pressed ____________50c Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
:and we will bring one around and show you. 'I
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Business ((35 'P. O. BOX 226
W. S. BRANCH a trial and be convinced. PHONES |Residence 133 Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.t '

is CARL DANN Clothes called for and delivered..

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i rNllPthuIuIIIdlP.; LOCAL AND_PERSONAL I MMItlllMlltMimillHillillMMt -M* ** -H- .,\:

t.t t Mrs. R. S. Adkins has returned
.F. %,wuj_ from a visit to friends in Jackson- 'C
ville and St. Augustine.Mr. .i.

'\< H. H. Witherington, one of i iy

Apopka's prominent _and influential
I citizens, visited Orlando yesterday.
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Savings checks are worth $1.04 for

f Independence every $1.00. 7-7-tf PAY TODAY THE 10th a:

Mrs. George C. Bailey, of St. Petersburg ,
is the house guest of Mrs. t
E Means Freedom John L. Kirkandon Livingston ave- ;
And Receive 2 Cents on Each Dollar in
f '

r Miss Sarah Crawford and her cou-
THE POWER and value of courage and sin, Miss Berta Langenbach, went up SAVINGS CHECKS ;

x : character stands out boldy in the man who, to Longwood yesterday afternoon to
through his thrift and steadfastness of pur- visit relatives and friends.
:. \ pose grows financially independent, for FROM THE BELOW MERCHANTS
t money is the mighty force that makes for Savings checks collected is money
\. independence of thought and action. in the bank. 7-7-tf
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
f. Every dollar you deposit in this long established Capt. B. M. Sims, of Ocoee, was W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
0 bank begins to earn another dollar among the representative citizens of Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
at once. Your money multiplies at4 in
west Orange transacting business
Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
i per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, Orlando .
yesterday.Mr. John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
f' safely and soundly on the way to indepen- J. L. Feinberg Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
dence. A dollar opens an account. O. W. Conner, proprietor of the Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
avenue and Arcade building. Store.
F famous Ocklawaha Nurseries at Tan- I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. j'
gerine, was among the business trans- J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. _, -
i actors visiting Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .
Lucretia Johnson, mother of fl
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Mrs. W. S. Branch left yesterday afternoon -
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over the Atlantic Coast Line
"Saving Means Safety" for Chicago where she will visit her s i

: daughter, Mrs. Frank Baker.
t The Peoples National Bank.

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

Messrs. John M. Cook, W. E. Tut- .
N tle and A. L. Beck went up to San- J

eti/// 11iii ford yesterday and returned in the :
afternoon with several 1916 Buick au- e
tomobiles.Mr. y
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4. f
r Don Morris, one of Volusia <;
1 county's prominent citizens, pur- I :: J
chased yesterday from the Cook Au-
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tomobile company one of their 1916

It's An Economy To Buick automobiles.Mrs. U.1 ,.' I' .1.1111,1 11111111..1111 .11 .1. 111' II III1I 11111. . ... ... I I' .tASK 1

E'P Y. W. Hampton and children,
f Buy Now! who have been spending some time in THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE J

Orlando, left yesterday afternoon for t
t their home in Somerset, Ky. While
Daytona, Florida, July 7, 1915. ?
here they made their home at Oak
Lodge. San Juan Garage Co., Orlando, Fla. 1
Gentlemen:-Yours of the 23rd ult. duly received in regard ;:

ELDER"Spring Savings checks are money in the to my Packard. Will say my car is 1909-30 touring car, whichI
P bank. 7-7-tf bought five years ago last February in Chicago. It was a remade l'
t tl car at that time. I have run it about 35,000 miles, and am M
i tr Mrs. Henry Belcher, of Nashville,
satisfied that there never was a better car made. Have had }
ti Tenn., is spending a few days in Orlando some very good offers to trade it for a new car, but I never ex- :-
renewing old acquaintances.Mr. pect to part with it. If I get a new car, which I probably will someday \ \ s*
i Water Belcher resided in this city for I expect to take the tonneau off this one and make a road- I
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some time but left here several years i
ster of her.
t. ago for Tennessee.C. A year ago I drove to Chicago and back. We had six people -

going up, and five grown people and three children coming back,
c P. Dow, cashier of the Peoples and accessories. She missed
Is standard for with all our baggage never an explo-
a National Bank is in a quandaryhehas sion either way.
t E. aids digestion again exhausted his supply of As to up-keep I have had her thoroughly over-hauled every
purity, checks for the unique savings account two years, which I think is one secret of the success I have had '
; and eliminates system which has been successfully with her. Another thing is oil is cheaper than repairs, and this
inaugurated in this city. part of it I attend to myself. I do not have a chauffeur, but take
ide .. .. care of the car myself, except that I have a man who washes it
ac Ity. .. ..
Miss Hilda Causey has returned
r 4 and shines the brass occasionally.
from Orlando where she was the the Packard is the best made and I
: In my opinion, car car pam
( This being accomplished a world of sickness '' guest for several weeks of her sister, inclined to believe if the new Packards are as good as the old

: is saved. Nature provided Spring Water Mrs. J. W. Douglas. Miss Causey : ones, they are wonders. Very truly yours,
also visited friends in Kissimmee and
alone for mankind and
r'" and Spring Water attended the celebration there Mon-

\r. nothing can take its place.BEGIN day.-Plant City Courier. I
Juan i
San Garage Company
; NOW How many savings checks have you
collected? 7-7-tf
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Guests registering at the San Juan
hotel yesterday included J. A. Gallagher -
;J. Elder Spring Water Co. T. R. Cline, Wright Ellis Jacksonville j _

; D. A. Varn, B. C. Fuwell, I 4
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hamm, Statement of the condition of the Orlando Bank
Palatka; C. B. Murphy, Lakeland; M. the 30th .;
& Trust Co, at the close of business on
Phone WRIGHT, 444 E. Robinson, Tampa.Mr. ; ., ,
day of June, 1915. ..
) STATEMENTResources .
and Mrs. Henry Ferguson, of SEMI-ANNUAL
Chicago, who have been spending several t

weeks in Florida visiting pointsof LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ________$391,240.85 ... '

interest in the southern part of the OVERDRAFTS ___________________ 851.74 _. Y.

8tlllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJ state, left last night for North Caro- STOCKS AND BONDS ____________ 21,668.33REAL .
lina where they will spend some time I
before going to their home in the ESTATE, FURNITURE AND ; .
Windy City. FIXTURES ___________________ 42167.86
Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt who have
FROM BANKS ________________ 253,531.69 -1
been absent from the city for the past
three: months, honored Orlando and
Valuable Diamond Lost $712,460.47Liabilities
their friends with their genial pres-
ence for a while yesterday. Mr. Hunt,
t who has been putting in his time during ,

the shipping season in and around CAPITOL STOCK ________________$100,000.00 .i -:: lI
o Ocala and Anthony, looking after the I
How often this appears in the newspapers, the re- SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROF-
sult of a worn-out mounting. Avoid losing your jewelryby marketing of vegetables and melons ITS ___:______________________ 41,226.86BILLS I
for Chase & Company, is now at Cler-
having it examined at our store at least once every mont with Mrs. E. Hunt. PAYABLE------------------ None

month-examination cost you nothing. We do all kindsof RE-DISCOUNTS __________________ None

manufacturing, diamond setting, fine watch repairingin TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR DEPOSITS ________________________ 570,522.31

our shop, thereby saving you time and a middleman's SALE-Bicycle, in good condi- DUE TO BANKS __________________ 711.30

profit. A trial will convince you. tion; terms cash; price reasonable. .1
'. Apply 307 East Pine. 7-10-3t* $712,460.47ORLANDO

WANTED lady companion for an

; T.H.EVANS from small street.elderly Orlando.remuneration.lady. Call A good A 200 short home West distance 7-10-3t.and Scuth a I Or1auo n BIDlk & Trust t L CoMpafly x

DoctorsBuekiiiaster FLORIDA ;

: JEWELER & Brundagt ,

Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $134,000.00. Total Resources over Three

,-, OSTEOPATHS Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $72,500.00. i
Personal Instruction under Dr. Stillat
Kirksville, Mo.
,"- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples '
( ........I.l..J.IIIIIII.IIIIIIII.III.I.I., I.f. National Bank. Phone 578.


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