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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 11, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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: THE MORNING SENTINEL .






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO. FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1915. NUMBER 129.

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ACTION MEXICAN- CHIEF- A. L EMPlOYEES'.PICNICAT Brief Bulletins CENSUS ENUMERATOR TOI I

TAINS OF A SERIO.US .
GERMAN NOTE DISREGARDS
NATUREA Ticked Off Wire :
SAVANNAH JULY 31 I BEGIN HIS WORK "

At Late HourBANKER

SOLUTION ISJEEDEDAI ONCE The Seaboard Air Line has issueda t F. Maguire has received from
g. U. S. POINT Of VIEW LITTLE
general invitation to all of its em- A SUICIDE Commisisoner of Agriculture W. A. ; : J

Warring Chieftains Refuse to ployes over the entire system to attend New York, July 10.-Leroy Dresser, I JI Rae his appointment as census

a monster barbecue and enter- a retired banker, promoter of a ship enumerator for Orange county, and
Accede to Suggestions of tainment which is to be given by the building trust and former presidentof had, appointed the following able as-

President's Recent officials at Tybee Island, near Savan- the Republic Trust company, committed sistants: F. H. Maguire, of Ocoee, and COMFORT STATE DEPT

Note nah, on July 31. suicide today by shooting himself Leonard Gaddy, of Oakland. FOR :

L oR All available employes are invited, in the head in his library at the The: last legislature made provision '

Scare and it is probable that there will be Beta Psi fraternity house in River- for;the taking of a state census upon -

10. several thousands in attendance from side Drive. The discovery of the which a reapportionment will be .
Washington, July -Secretary Judges OustedJacksonville UNSATISFACTORY CIIARAC- | {
Lansing will lay the whole situationof all of the main and branch lines mak- body tonight followed the receipt by based at the next session, accordingto TER OF RECENT NOTE .

Mexico before President Wilson at ing up the system. The Seaboard is Dresser's attorney of a note from the present plans. Payment is madeat iI

Cornish, in addition to discussing with said to be the first road to attemptan banker which said that the financial the rate of three cents per name Fla., July .-When IS REGRETTEDREVIV j, !

him tomorrow the German note. entertainment of its employes on strain was becoming too heavy to in the city and six cents in the coun- quo warranto proceedings were
such a mammoth scale. All of the bear. Dresser was a brother of Mrs. try., 1
The continued refusal of the
-warring brought June 14 by Attorney General OF SEVERING RElATIONS I
chieftains to accede to the sug- fortunate ones who are able to get Geo. W. Vanderbilt and Vicontesse Mr. Maguire knows Orange county Thomas F. West to test the I

gestions of the president in his recent off for the great.celebration are look- D'Osmay, of Paris. well, as do his assistants. They are validity ,

note has produced a situation which, ing forward to the trip with the hustling young men, thoroughly capable :of the act of the legislature creatingthe r{i This Angle Also Discussed at 1
CARTER WINS CHAMPIONSHIP of the work. Mr. Maguire fourth and twelfth circuits !
in the opinion of officials here, de- greatest anticipations.The handling judicial Washington-Bryan's Res- f .
mands other action. bulletins which announce this Atlanta, Ga., July 10.-Edward V. has planned a system by which the attorneys throughout the ignation May Have Had I

The state department does not believe event to the employes on the Florida Carter, Jr., of Atlanta, today won the no one will be missed, so that his fig- state began to anticipate the decision Severe Effect .r ;..

the situation can be solved by a division are dated at Tampa, on the Southern tennis championship, defeat- ures will give absolutely correct to- which would be made by the supreme ----- iI .'I,

recognition of one leadef over all the 6th and 8*:. of July, and are signedby ing E. P. Phelps, of New Orleans, in tals. Such figures are badly neededas court of Florida, this decision having I Washington, July 10.-The official | ''a

others. They held that such a solu- T. W. Parson, division superin- three straight sets, 6-1, 6-1, 61. Car- the present census figures are be- been handed down yesterday and word I j text of Germany's note on submarine 'L \1

tion would contravene the specific demands tendent for Florida. ter was master of the New Orleans lieved to do the county i.n injustice, received here last evening to the effect -i warfare reached here early today. ***** ..j

or suggestions of the presi- Among the employes of the Seaboard player throughout. Grant and Thorn- many people having moved here since that the entire act is held as void. ) Everywhere in official quarters the'' 1I

dent's note that the factions should in Orlando who are eligible and ton, of Atlanta, won the doubles in they were taken. Judge George Couper Gibbs, when unsatisfactory character of the replywas .1
available the Smith asked about the decision last I| discussed with the (
get together and agree on a'man or for attendance at this jubi- championship by defeating night, along probable -1
group of men.Carranza lee are L. G. Branham, agent; C. H. and Mansfield and Mansfield and an- BASEBALL RESULTS said that he had received a telegram action that the United States'|

already has told the state Routh, conductor; T. C. Brannon, con- other local team. from Tallahassee apprising him of I would be compelled to take as a re- }

department that he regards Villa and ductor; F. H. Allen, conductor. National League the decision. !I suit of Germany's unwillingness to _

Zapata as rebels and that he will not Special train service will be given GERMANS BACK STILL FARTHER Brooklyn 8-6, Chicago 3-0. By the decision of the supreme concede to Americans the right to :1

treat with them. from Savannah, for all employes, also London, July 10.-Despite the Ger- Boston 1-3, St. Louis 7-1. court, Judge S..*J. Hilburn, of the travel on the high seas on peaceful'| .'

The conditions' in Mexico, accord- special Pullman service will be pro- man and Austrian reports to the ef- Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3. fourth judicial circuit, and Judge J. : merchantmen of any nationality. ,

ing to official dispatches today, remained vided for employes. fect that there has been no change in New York 7, Cincinnati 3. Turner Butler, of the twelfth judicial There was a revival of the talk

unchanged. Consul General the front in southern Poland, the Rus- American League circuit, who after the creation of the contemplating the severance of diplomatic

Shanklin telegraphed the state department THE WEATHERFor sian war office claims that north of Detroit 3, Boston 6. act were appointed by Gov. Park relations, it having been said in ..

that he had taken over the Krasnik the Teutons have been driven Cleveland 0, New York 4. Trammell, have been ousted and the diplomatic circles that in the now famous I ",

Florida Local showers back still farther. judicial circuits will remain the cabinet meeting of May 11, when
relief of American citizens in the1Icaican : today; Chicago 1, Washington 1; 5 innings, sameas
.: capital Official explain that light variable winds. rain.: they previously were. the sinking of the Lusitania was discussed .
LOCAL ENCOUNTERSLondon the efforts of the United J
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3.
this is in co-operation with the Red I '

Cross which of distress is charged everywhere.with the alleviation IS REMOU lING H. S. BLUG I I from Paris, July and Berlin 10.-Official report reports merely Newark 2 Federal, Baltimore League 3. TO BAR AM. SUGAR REF. CO I many States for to the secure destruction reparation of fron American Ger-

isolated local encounters, with artil- Buffalo 7, Brooklyn 2. lives in that tragedy was taken up, *
Important successes of Villa are reported -
to Villa headquarters here.I I lery actions calculated only to keep Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 9. and if this failed it was suggestedthat

This information is that Triana, the L. C. Townsend Is Engaged in the adversaries from debauching for Chicago-Kansas City, rain. From Doing Business in Louisiana diplomatic relations be severed. j_

Carranza general, who attacked Villaon Making Changes and Altera- an attack. Southern League -State.Charges Com- Efforts to secure reparation for those

Thursday, was killed and that Obregon's tions in High School Chattanooga 1-0, Atlanta 2-2. pany Guilty of Monop- who lost relatives on the Lusitaniahas
TO CHICAGO FOR TWO MONTHS revived this discussion considera-
Memphis 2-5, Birmingham 6-6.
forced had been surrounded.The BuildingThe oly Within State
.
early successes of the Carran- Nashville 0, New Orleans 2. bly.The
R. O. Compton leaves today for expression by of
Germany a
Little Rock 0 Mobile 8.
,
zistas it is claimed New Orleans
were permitted work of remodelling the high July 10.-Through
Chicago where he will visit his confident hope that the United States
by the Villistas to trap them into a school building is going forward rap- par- South Atlantic League Attorney General Pleasant the state I
ents for two months. En route to "will assume to guarantee that those
Savannah 0, Columbus 3.
locality where would under the of Louisiana receiverfor
they eventually idly, skillful direction of today sought a
the "Windy City" he will stop at sev- Albany 1, Columbia 2. vessels have no contraband on board,
surrender. Contractor L. C. Townsend. The the American Sugar Refining com-
eral points. Mr. Compton owns a Macon 1, Jacksonville 5. details of arrangement for the un-
first changes are being made in the pany and an ouster proceeding to for-
large south of Orlando. hampered of these vessels to
grove passage
Still Looking for Huerta's Financial west side of the building, the wallscf Augusta-Charleston, wet grounds. ever bar the company from doing
be agreed by naval authoritiesof
upon
Backers the office are being taken out, the business in Louisiana.The .

Washington, July 10.-The depart- stairs have been removed, and this Peace Talk At $500St. Rev. Quigley Dead state charges that the companyhas the both minds sides of,many left the officials implication that Ger-in

ment of justice is continuing its investigations part of the lower floor will be com- been guilty of offending the anti-
many was prepared to destroy Amer-
to discover who are the bined in one room. for the use of one trust and anti-monopoly laws of the
financial friends in New York and of the grammar grade. Louis.Whether just an ordi- Rochester, N. Y., July 10.RightRev. state, of having engaged in a conspiracy ican passenger ships if they were
address William J. is found to be carrying contraband.
by
elsewhere of the Huerta revolution. The other stairway, on the east nary Bryan Richard Quigley, bishop of the to force down the price of raw
worth $500 was the subject of a warm Even though passengers and crew ofa
side of the building, will also be removed diocese of Chicago, died at 5:20 p. m. sugar and to enhance the price of
debate at a meeting of the Neutrality neutral ship were transferred to a
Billion Bushels later and the room it takes up League today. The league several today at the home of his brother, refined sugar for speculative pur- place of safety the destruction of a
utilized for enlarging class rooms. poses, thereby conspiring to constrain
weeks ago opened negotiations with Joseph Quigley, chief of police of vessel for carrying contraband has
The entire upper floor will be givenup trade and commerce within the state.
Bryan for a talk at its coming pace Rochester. been held by the United States to be
Washington.-Prospects of a billion to the high school department, the Governor Hall stated that the cases
pageant, and he replied he would talk in violation of the neutrality law, except -
bushel wheat crop this year were increased lower floor being used by the gram- against the sugar trust will be vigor-
for $500 and a guaranteed attend- READ INSTALLMENT OF BLACK in extreme cases.
during last month. Basingits mar school. ously prosecuted.
ance of 50,000. BOX The reference in the new note to
estimate on July 1 crop conditions, The stairways will be changed to the Lusitania tragedy created a profound
the department of agriculture today the east and west sides of the build-
AT JOY LAND TONIGHTAt In this morning's Sentinel appears A $50,000 Deal impression. After having
placed the prospective total produc- ing and the extra room thus gainedon
another interesting installment of the asked the United States in the first
tion at 963,000,000 bushels, comparedwith the upper floor will be used fora
Joyland tonight "A Fool ThereWas" Black Box, which is being shown on place to consider that the Lusitaniawas
950,000,000 bushels estimated principal's office and library. The Jacksonville, Fla, July 10.-The
will be shown on the canvas by Saturday nights at the Roof Garden. in reality an armed auxiliary 1
r ....' June 1. library is to be nicely finished, a spe- famous and well known orange and
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4-. the Fox Film Corporation. The play The serial has caused a great deal of cruiser, and carried high explosives .
Corn should yield 2,814,000,000 cial appropriation having been made pecan grove, the Jacocks grove in Or-
has a strong moral and it will with- interest to moving picture lovers in which the American government in its '
bushels with continued favorable for that purpose. The work of re lando, changed hands yesterday, the
out doubt be a highly interesting Orlando. At the termination of the note contradicted with official infor-
weather. That with modelling will take about two months. deal being consummated in this city,
compares 2,672- I! film. It is Robert Hilliard's greatest Black Box Manager Barnes will very mation, the German government, it
804,000 bushels harvested last the amount involved being $50,000. "
year. success. likely have another serial. now seems, lias formally justified the
This is said to be of the
STATE INSTITUTIONS BEGIN one large action of the submarine commanderin
FORSAKES BICYCLE FOR 1916 SUMMER CAMPAIGNJ. groves of the state and also one of
attacking the vessel, thereby refusing -
MODEL BUICKMr. Gunfire Does Not Make the oldest and is located along the
Ernest Yonge, special represent- Heavy shores of beautiful Lake Formosa. to disavow the act as the
ative of the University of Florida, in United States had requested.The .
Josiah Ferris The valuable has been taken
yesterday pur- Gainesville, and the State College for Rainfall Declares Scientists property statement that the submarine _
chased one of the new 1916 Buicks. Women, at Tallahassee, arrived in the Any over by a number of business men. commander could not have halted the
He expects to mere fully enjoy the I who will organize the Formosa Company -
city last night to do some work in. vessel without submitting his boat

beauties of Orange county now, under the interest of these two big state i London.-A close study of the ef- "While it happened that during the which will handle and operatethe and crew to the danger of destructionand
the skillful driving of his son, yet he property as an investment.YOWELLDUCKWORTH .
the
institutions.The certain belief that the Lusi-
battle which preceded the fall of Lou-
admitted fect of heavy gunfire on the weatherhas
that on occasions he would enrollment at the university I vain inch of rain fell in Dunkirk, tania would not sink immediatelyafter
an
still utilize his old reliable bicycle been made during the whole of to. MAKING -
during the past session numbered 389 : it must also be taken into account being struck, but would remain
which has served him faithfully for students, exclusive of the summer I the war in northern France and has that Dunkirk was at that time the AN EXTENSION afloat long enough for her passengersto

many years. Others buying Buick school, which during the past year I resulted in the statement by scien- center of an area of low pressure ----- get safely away.in the boats, was

touring cars yesterday were Rev. E. brought the total enrollment far past tists here that cannonading does not that would have brought a heavy rain The grocery department of the regarded as showing that the Ger- t

T. Poulson, pastor of the Baptist the six hundred mark. Included "make rain" according to the popular without any undue disturbance. In Yowdl-Duckworth company having mans believed the Lusitania was

church, and Don Morris, of Daytona. among last year's students might be fancy. this case the precipitation probablywas removed to the former stand of the armed and that the submarine commander I

mentioned Mr. Frank L. Holland, of A lecture on "Battle Weather in augmented."The Caruthers & Gore company the workof took a proper course in at-

ON IMPORTANT LEGAL BUSINESS Orlando, a junior in the engineering Western Europe," just delivered by battle of Ypres-Armentieres extending the dry goods depart- tacking the vessel without warning.

college; T. G. Lee and J. K. Fuller, I I Charles Harding, one of the investigators was fought during a period when con- ment into the vacated room will go Officials wondered today what in- ,t

Attorney Hull, of the law firm of of the freshmen class. Among this explains the real effect of this ditions were antagonistic to rain, and forward rapidly. The partition be- fluences had caused the German government

Landis, Fish & Hull, of DeLand, was year's graduating class who have decided series of tremendous explosions. He. despite the days of heavy cannonading tween the two rooms is to be removed to completely disregard the

in Orlando yesterday to see the state's to make Orlando their home I I says: I there was very slight precipitation. and the shelves and showcases of the.American point of view. There were

attorney in regard to the validationof might be mentioned R. F. MGuireand "In the recent wet weather the I dry goods department will be extended intimations that in Berlin official j

Volusia county bonds, of Seabreeze R. Ray White. Both of these rainy conditions have not been caused "It seems from this that when the into the room formerly occupiedby quarters the belief prevailed that in -

and of the Halifax river road and young men have just graduated in by gun firing, but it seems quite pos- conditions are anti-cyclonic that is the grocery department. This will the United States public sentiment "

bridge bonds. law and have entered. the practice in sible that at times, when the conditions when the whole character of the considerably increase the displayroom was divided since Mr. Bryan's resig- "-

this city. Mr. McGuire is associated are favorable to rain, the rains weather is opposed to rain, no amountof on the lower floor and make nation and that the separation of pas- .

August Cosmopolitan and Saturday with Mr. Wilber Tilden, while Mr. have been augmented or acceleratedby concussion or explosion could produce possible an even more beautiful arrangement senger and contraband traffic was fa-

Evening Post at Curtis & O'Neal's White has opened offices in the Wat- the concussion initiate over the rain in anything like a measurable of the stock than that now vored here as a means of compromis-t I

book stationery and music store. kins block. battle grounds. I quantity." Iw to be seen at this popular store. ing the issue. '


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THE PERSONAL NOTE IX FLORIDA READ THE MORNING PAPER FRENCH BOYS FOUND TO BE IN I PROHIBITION NOTES

JOURNALISM: There is no time in the evening for ..Paris.-The SPLENDID medical SHAPE examination of' In Russia: !

Lakeland Telegram: A new departure the news or ads. these days in the the 1914 class, or young men in their I "For the first quarter of 1914, the Moving Movllg
of Florida
in the methods jour-
home. Mother is so busy preparing eighteenth or nineteenth year has I municipal pawnshops made 20-1,453
nalism is suggested by the Orlando dinner that she has no time for read- I shown the subjects to be in such loans, aggregating $1,222,145.
Sentinel which is worth considering.The *and splendid health to astonish the
ing, when father comes it is all as "During the corresponding quarterof
Sentinel objects to the incessant hustle for the movies, the picnic, the army doctors. the present year, there were con- t
personal note on the editorial page, I parks, and other social diversions. The high level of fitness is believedto tracted 128,010 .loans totaling $836- Did you ever move? t
the "trade last" system between ''Further, the life of the evening pa- be to a great extent due to the efforts 857." Then you know what it means and will have some s u hy
newspapers involving an almost con- 'I'per is from 5 to 9 p. m., while the of the military preparation so- -- -- for us.We
tinuous exchange of compliments, life of the morning paper is from 6 cieties since the beginning of the war, No. Prohibition doesn't prohibit.The are moving the best goods from the Yowell-Duckworth .
badinage, piffle and persiflage, and I a. m. to 6 p. m. .Mr. Merchant, you and, also, no doubt, to the keennessfor Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. Grocery to the store occupied by Caruthers & Gore. "
thinks that the space so occupied i want your store nsws read, not sport shown by French boys of has the manufacture of bar We are also serving the customers of both stores from this
cut out
might be better filled with matter of the household the present generation.A place. .
skimmed, and how can
fixtures because the saloon is going.
interest to the subscribers. Perhaps -
more read when there are so many distract The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. Come round and see the condition we are in, and then
so, and perhaps not. ing diversions? The news and ads. NEW LINE OF COLLARS ETC. used to put up money to fight prohi- watch the transformation scene in the next few days. When it is :
The opinion of a good many people in the morning paper are always: Mrs. Mary A. Cox, 501 West Street bition. Now it is spending its moneyin settled you will see the store of .
notwithstanding, we feel sure that the fresh and the mind of the reader is
has received line of billiards
a new collars, etc., advertising, trying to make -
editorial page of the newspaper is not taken away from the subject of from New York. Watch for her ad- a clean, popular home game. Our Co. 1 1I I
more widely read today than ever be- hurry and bustle. These are facts vertisement in Tuesday's SentinJ. The world is growing better. Grocery 1't t
fore. While we have few if any great that are important to merchants who I
editors left who speak excathedra and advertise, and who are spending good I the cleanest and best in quality of groceries in the city. 4.
do the thinking for a large personal money to keep their store news be- TRADE AT Remember this is your grocery and we cordially invite you to ,
following, as in the old Greeley and fore the public. It would be a good II call and help us make it the leading trading place in the grocery
Bennett days, the higher level of scheme to check up your advertisingonce FORAGE GROCERY CO. line in the city.
:. thought to which the modern world I in a while, Mr. Merchant, and Send your orders to phone 200 and you will get prompt service -
has been educated has so vastly multiplied investigate by asking what paper
the number of intelligent read- your customers take and where they And save money. You get qualities"and quantity
ers that no part of the newspapernow read your announcements. Too many
misses perusal by a very consid- times advertising solicitors are over-
Our Co.
: erable number of people. zealous for their publications and prevaricate Grocery ,
The better educated and more as to the possibilities of Specials for Saturdayand

. ,' thoughtful among these seek first the their publication. Results count in 6 and 8 East Pine StreetMMIMMIIMMIMIMMMIIMMIIIIMMMMMMMMf
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; news, and then the editorial page toE advertising as in selling. 1
MondayGranulated
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see the editor's comment on the news -
i he has printed and the better and ,MORGAN SMOKES: AND WALKS I Ii
I brighter he makes that the i
-page more ABOUT HOUSE
: WE DELIVER THE GOODS ::
certainly he holds his readers and increases t Sugar, 16 Ibs. for ___________________$1.00 ,
their number. New York.-Junius S. Morgan said Flour, 24 lb. sacks, ________________75c, !90c. and $1.00 i
!r Labored columns of moralizing, last night that his father had been Kinghan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 1 Ib. box, per Ib _32c [[ Orlando o Delivery and Messenger Service j 11

heavy leaders on dry themes which, up and dressed through the day, and Best Ham, per Ib _______________________18c,, 19c.20cSmoked
like the poor are always with us and had been walking about the house Bacon, per lb., _________________________17c '
in which the public feels no present and smoking. The family no longer White Bacon, best, per lb. _____________________12V->c Harl y-Davidson TruckFOR I
vital interest and above all, the su- I regard him as a patient. Asked if White Bacon, per Ib _____________________________lOc QUICK SERVICE : r I
period didactic pose which assumes the doctors had made a report on Jus Snowdrift Lard, large pail _______________________98c .. '
that the editor knows it all and is father's temperature, young Morgan Cottolene, large pail___________________________$1.25 .
.... merely leaking wisdom for the ig- said: Crisco, large pail -______________________y ______83c PHONE 444 j.'
-l,, norant from his overflowing abund- "What would have been the use? PureGround Coffee, 2 pounds _____________________35c .. .I. '
.. > ance-these are the methods to min- My father sems to be nearly in his White House Coffee, per pound ___________________32c l' 1i
imize the influence of the editorial I usual health and we are quite willing :Maxwell House Coffee, per pound_________________31c Good and Bad Cigar Stores
page and decrease the number of its i to do without bulletins of convales- Arbuckles Ground Coffee, per pound _______________19c I f'j j
readers. And modern newspaper men I It cence. Baby Size Cream, 7 cans for _____________________25c
understand this so well that they The family had planned a trip with Tall Size Cream, 7 cans for_______________________50c 1111111111111111)111111111111111111..111111..11111111 i
I fight shy of the heavy stuff and seek him on the Corsair at the end of next Tomatoes, 2 lb. can, 4 cans for ________j:__________25c -
crisp, incisive comment and criticism week. Now he is working out his Van Camps Early June Peas, per can _____________lOc
r on vital questions, paragraphic spare own plans, and we don't know what Soaked English Peas, 4 cans for ___________________25c THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEYt!I
;f> kle and whatever else may be neces- he will decide to do. From the pres- Grits and Meal, 10 lbs for _______________________25c !
sary to piquancy and variety t* the ent outlook there will be no occasionfor Old Irish Potatoes, per peck _____________________23c
i- one page above all others which gives further sick room news, and in New Irish Potatoes, per peck ____________________35c \ i
r distinctive and individual character to that case my father's movements will Lemons, per dozen ______________________________20c FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES !
f' a paper. depend wholly on his own wishes. He Tall Pink Salmon, per can ________________________lOc
The leading articles useful will decide and we will acquiesce." Dried Peaches and Prunes, per pound ______________lie ?
are ,
even necessary, when the themes are Curant and Raisins, seeded, per pkg _____________lOc Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price. :
f- right and their treatment has the YEAR IN JAIL PENALTY FOR All 5c. smoking Tobacco and chewing, 6 for _:_______25c t
ring of force and logic and the charm ANTI-GERMAN ACTIONIN All lOc. smoking Tobacco and chewing, 3 for ________25c "
of an attractive style, and when these BELGIUM Snuff ---------________________________5c., 6 for 25c Watermelons and Georgia Cantaloupes : }
f.t conditions are met there need be no Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen___________________25c :
fear that they will lack for readers, Brussels.-An order has been issued Kellog's Corn Flakes, 3 for _______________________25c on Ice
and these, too, representing the best by Gen. von Bissing, German Quaker Corn Flakes, 4 for ___________________:____25c j
f Intelligence of the of Belgium, providing Post Toasties, 3 for ______________________25c 1
community.But governor a
to gather the year's imprisonment for school teachers Shredded Wheat, 2 for __________________ I-----25c J. W. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST j
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RECTORY IS BNG KEENLYThe TIN FROM LOCAL BOY .
BRITAIN'S )
Orlando Sentinal has a sub 1'E D SCOUTS

i, dued wad of literature in its issue "

yesterday dedicated to the old one- book publics IA11' I department of Some days ago the local troops of of London.-Lord the board of I : 1.1I I
takes
r lung Cadillac. Praise be it! It the Sentinel is ppring, at presenta Boy Scouts went out to Lake Gear in the house of lords
us back to yesterday when we had and attrac 24-page rosterof and put up the frame for their shack. second
neat reading of the "h
I
the only reliable upright automobile The land, a plot 100 feet has F
It the Masonic otnizations of Or- square powers the I { { I 0
Pinellas county.
\ in what is now Mic t. been turned over to them by M. O. I the slaughter
; had bad cough and a way of strain- lando. This directory includes Overstreet i
a ;, and they had been given preserve the meat i ,
its dingbat 17 miles from the Orlando L'e No. 69, F. & \
ing enough tin
roofing to cover the shack. the opinion that the '
; nearest telephone, but it was some I I A. M., Eureka fa Arch ChapterNo. : On the day that operations were putting their I'Q i
the ..
car. Harry Brown never forgets i 7, Orlando cil No. 5, R. & I started it was impossible to do the strength into the _-
trip we gave him in it in St. Peters- roofing and the boys left the tin in marines.
German
had S. M., and Olivpramandery No. j
those days ;
St. Petersburg When
burg.
camp.
they
returned some said,
two blocks of paving. Harry 4, Knights Temp I days later the tin were taking a '
only
was and the British
gone
came from St. Augustine to see St. The first pag#evoted to a list work of completing the shack has I ued it ships, and as ; I'
Pete and it was our duty to show him of officers of tht named organi- [I been delayed. was probable J
After leaving the zation, with a IjJ the committees. marines would be : /
the high places. | The boys are disappointed that they task.
the auto had to run on Next comes a 13 past masters of
ck can not have
paving their
own shack as soon It would / 1
third not be
.the steel rails of the street car trackor the lo ge. Ont| page, and as anticipated and feel that it
German '
I was a admiralty,
bon succeeding s is given a list
at all. There was no four
not run small
very thief
mean who
deprived they failed to deal --
Model A's and you of the membe low Craft, and a
old
those them of
their
net
on property. If the tin is the I
carrying trade
the dashboard and see those who ar< -ered Apprentice 1.
could look over returned no questions will be asked, Great Britain with
wheels round. By keep- Masons. I _
the front go otherwise they are thinking of
turn-
--- from bug-juice for nine I. Then comes |of the offcials of :ing out the even if there was n__ r\n '
ing away I whole Scout organization the .Tj'A
celery diet I Iyou Eureka Chapt; 7, R. & A. M., overseas supply
and living on a and
months I scouring the
f country, in which would probably be less f\
could perform the trick of rail- with a roll oftPast high priests fi case the thief
could civil
I hardly hope to the population.The .
Third
the wheels run and the comes the
did compa
riding. Only once :escape detection, for the '
track and Harry helped jack officers of OrL Council No. 5, R. lof roofing was bill passed the ,.t--!
off the a peculiar pattern which would be "The British ,-. "
the car and away we went, again. & S. M., with ft illustrious mas- !'instantly : It -
recognized
up by of the undertake
any to
No, there was no speed regulation, ters, and mep'P roster. Last boys. pay i iY
the street car company used comes the lis i'cials, past com- losses at sea owing ,

except us to go a little faster, as manders, and.nights, of Olivet I the enemy," Reginald
to request o. 4. I CANT LOSE SIGHT OF GOLF chancellor of the "J'E h'
was chasing the car and was Commandery
a cow J.
BALL formed
1 a questioner
I
licking all the green paint off the rear I The book ly gotten up, is
commons who
printed on de paper and is wanted fk.-!
I end.We have a picture of that old "St. attractively in brown, and C. T. Ramsay, of Liverpool, Eng- of tht Cunard liner

Pete No. 1." When the magnificent taken in its forms an admira- land, has received a patent for an optical pensated for their lost 1 ;

four-story St.: Petersburg Hardware ble roster. jtribution is being instrument which can be worn ,to ;
I company's building was completedMr. : keenly awaf members of thee over the eyes like a spectacle and by MEANING OF 'I '1tr r

Harrison asked us to drive th order. The! members includes which the sight of the player is con- '

one-lunger up in front of the store,, those up top 1, 1915. centrated on the ball, the opaque"blinkers" A correspondent \ '

1 so that the photograph would show r _--- i I having a relatively small meaning of the word .

that St. Petersburg was a moderr 1 HELPREPORTERWhen aperture through which, and through er it was ever used ," 3'T r
Ii city with automobiles. If they tool" \ 1- : which alone, the wearer can see, and onation of the

a picture- of that building today they ;, a?per reporter approaches thus the distance in front and be- J J Germany, and whether ..--::. ;:
would have to shoo 50 automobilesaway tt1ge citizen in his hind the ball is so small that he must arch who may come : the- a_, *

so the building would get a quest for 1 is invariably told see it definitely. lie is thus com- also be called the the "

look-in on the negative. j(I that the j"doesn't know a pelled to keep his eye on the ball, I that a letter is written 1C

Bless the little old one-lunger. That I I thing," an nswer is about_as says the Scientific American. The .per upon the subject
was the only real pleasure we got out near the tithe nations of Europe blinkers are adjustable, so they can '1 what extent the people enIN l '

of 13 years of automobiling. We havea ; are I a prompt settlement be set to suit the eyes of ,different interest in everything I

car now that has four lungs and of fferences. Every- persons. I'to the war or to the

liver and lights and all other fixin's body knowing, and most people in the war. The word per., &. '

and we don't exercise it once in a I know Somethings that are SAVING MONEY OR SOUL? term "caesar," and :

month.-Clearwater Sun. worth teUVould; make breezy I ruler or governor. It

\and news) but they just bot- Two negro men were talking. One the emperors under _!'

THE PIGS"DON'T BELIEVE HIM tle it up alls of their dome just got paid and the other, with no Empire, having come -' ,
-
and forgit! _isthere.. Sometimes coin, was begging for a dime to geta ancient Roman :
I I thf is able to pry it drink. Holy Roman Empire 1 -
asked
An old down east farmer was 1 I I
concerning the honesty of loose wqvord until he gets The man with the "dough" said: the sovereigns of .. u
his opinion "Would call him a |1 the story would be the easiest I "I'se tell yo', Bill, if de Lord will the title. Then, when I- .

a neighbor." asked. you The old man and /. ing in the world to I I keep dat whisky out of yo' head today I Prussia, was crowned O-

liar? was his whiskers thoughtfully fora ,let it ou sh. Pull the cork, I II I1 I sho' will keep it out of yo' mouth!" ''German empire in .....
stroked j brother, out the delectable the title of "Kaiser." ,
moment and said: I''contents intellectual bottle that the term will 1.
I don't know as I would go Umbrellas recovered and repaired
"Well, to call him a liar, but they [t and we i it on to others who "while you wait," at Young's Repair used by German I ] \
far
; so as 'are thiews. You know a Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 24lyrc'j change. )
that when he wants to call up ; i
do say :plenty, *ly know that you i I I I :nm.iI
his hogs he has got to get somebody I,
know if| i Sentinel Want Ads Pay. Sentinel XVcst Ads ;
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make a nuretfartment:. throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket made of voiles and lawns, 75c. 'values 1 .RIND LENSES
When bates you Clerk; fake f icket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, $1.50NEW from the bed to four purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in 58 centsAmNG
where tit tkwt1l1the pone the photo..reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with JLADIES' _-
your unbar WAISTS, Voiles, Organdies ,.1,
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; beautiful marvelous exactness the $4.00 value LADIES' SILK WAISTS, White China, 0
This style has the beau- flesh tints, color of hair '
much loved 'I Medallionsare 1.98 some embroidered, well made,
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producing the high lights I painted, each color burnt of illustration. NEW SUMMER DRESSES, a charming i

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made. litest creations; excellent quality ma- Silks, plain white, and black, $ .50. fi J1e, $te. z

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ing hand J $5.00 each.: We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute FarSimp'orcelam .y ow'ellmDuckworthCo. u
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oHab* result will be satisfactory to you. All information needed not
home, <<
the whet will: be che' mes to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price .v'

here of 50c.set to ,$2.00. ..Olrando's Largest Store "Quality Did It" .... ,, : "

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THAT REMINDS US DISTRIBUTION MASONIC DI- A LOW
DOWN THIEF STEALS
SUBMARINES WILL CUTBRITAI'S
RECTORY IS DING KEENLY TIN FROM LOCAL BOY MEAT TRADE 1 n++++ nj M MwnenHH
The Orlando Sentinal has a sub- D
AW SCOUTS
dued wad of literature in its issue
yesterday dedicated to the old one- London.-Lord Selborne, presidentof I Attention Auto
The book publis g department of Some days the local ,
lung Cadillac. Praise be it! It takesus ago troops of the board of agriculture, in movingin
back to yesterday when we had the Sentinel is pr ,ring at presenta Boy Scouts went out to Lake Gear the house of lords this evening the

the only reliable upright automobilein neat and attracte 24-page roster and put up the frame for their shack. second reading of the bill which em-
what is now Pinellas county. It of the Masonic orpizations';I of Or- The land, a plot 100 feet square, has powers the government to prohibitthe I AUTO SERVICE{ STATION
been turned to them
over by M. O. slaughter
had a baAcough and a way of strain- lando. This Mas 1ic, directory includes young stock so as to
"- Overstreet, and they had been given preserve the meat
ing its dingbat 17 miles from the supply, expressedthe
nearest telephone, but it was some Orlando Lofe No. 69, F. & enough roofing tin to cover the shack. opinion that the Germans were 14 E. CHURCH STREET

car. Harry Brown never forgets the A. M., Eureka Rod; Arch ChapterNo. On the day that operations were putting their whole shipbuilding a

trip we gave him in it in St. Peters- .. 7, Orlando C&.. 1 No. 5, R. & started it was impossible to do the strength into the construction of sub- Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil

burg. St. Petersburg those days had S. M., and Olivet-'ommandery No. roofing and the boys left the tin in marines. German submarines, he CAR WASHED AND POLISHED,
: camp. When they returned some said, were taking a steady toll of
blocks
only two of paving. Harry 4, Knights TempleThe :
days later the tin was gone and the British ships, and the Prompt Service Personal
came from St. Augustine to see St. first i devoted to a list as war contin-I Attention
page
Pete and it was our duty to show him of officers of the!If,* named organi- been work of completing. the shack has ued it was probable that'more submarines I Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold

the high places. After leaving the ,zation, with; a the committees. delayed.The would be engaged in this
ck paving the auto had to run onthe Next comes a list Past masters of boys are disappointed that they task. Freeman V. D. Phillips Manager
can not have their own shack as soon It would not be the fault of the ,
steel rails of the street car trackor the lo as anticipated and feel that it was a German admiralty, he continued
if
,
at all. There bonnet
not run was no four succeeding pfs >s given a list
very small mean thief who deprived they failed to deal MiieiiniiiiiiMHiiMiiitiiiMiiiiiiiiiMtniSanford
fatal blow
on those old Model A's and you of the members; low Craft, and I a at
them of their property. If the tin is the carrying trade which
could look over the dashboard and see those who are 'tered Apprentice supplies
returned no questions will be asked, Great Britain with food. As it
the front wheels round. By keep- was,
go Masons.
i otherwise they; are thinking of turning even if there was no diminution of ST.
ing away from bug-juice for nine Then comes a 1 of the offcials of JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS .1
out the whole Scout the
organization overseas supply of meat, there
months and living on a celery diet Eureka Chapter; 7, R. & A. M., i and
you could perform the trick of rail- with r roll of tl Past high priests !I I scouring the country, in which would probably be less for the use of

riding. Only once did the wheels run and tL companio Third comes the !case I the thief could hardly hope to the civil population.The to Jacksonville
escape detection, for the roofing was bill passed the second ,
off the track and Harry helped jack officer"of Orlan< Council No. 5, R. i of reading. .
up the car and away we went, again. & S. M., with its st illustrious mas- I instantly I a peculiar pattern which would be "The British government can not AND RETURN
No, there was no speed regulation, ters, and membP'P roster. Last recognized by any of the undertake to pay compensation for I
boys. losses at to the_ action___ _
except the street car usedto sea owing of_
---
company comes the list officials, past com- I I4iii nn
request us to go a little faster, as manders, and slights, of Olivet the enemy," Reginald McKenna, the $7 .00 1
a cow was chasing the car and was Commandery K.|No. 4. CANT LOSE SIGHT OF GOLF chancellor of the exchequer, today informed :

--- licking all the green paint off the rear i The book is *tly gotten up, is I BALL a questioner in the house of
commons who wanted the survivorsof meals and
ade Including berth
end.We printed on high paper and is
have a picture of that old "St. attractively bop >n brown, and C. T. Ramsay, of Liverpool, Eng- tht Cunard liner Lusitania com-
land pensated for their lost effects. Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days-
Pete No. 1. When the magnificent taken in its entirif( forms an admirable has received a patent for an optical -

four-story St. Petersburg Hardware roster. It's&;tribution is being instrument which can be worn LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER
company's building was completedMr. keenly awaited f members of the over the eyes like a spectacle and by MEANING OF WORD KAISERA

Harrison asked us to drive the order. The list members includes which the sight of the player is con- OSCEOL.A: ,:JI'

one-lunger up in front of the store, those up to Jany 1, 1915. centrated on the ball, the opaque correspondent wants to know the
so that the photograph would show .. i"blinkers" having relatively small meaning of the word "Kaiser," whether -

that St. Petersburg: was a modern I I HELP TJ REPORTERi aperture through which, and through it was ever used prior to the coronation Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:'

city with automo'b 1es. If they toohJ :' which alone, the wearer can see, and of the present emperor of A combination daylight and searchlight
a picture of that building today they I When a new erP reporter ap, thus the distance in front and be- Germany, and whether any other mon-
would have to shoo 50 automobilesaway proaches the &.age citizen in his hind the ball is so small that he must' arch who may come after him will of 400 miles through the heart of Fl

so the building would get a quest for news* is invariably told see it definitely. He is thus com- also be called the Kaiser. The fact

look-in on the negative. j I that the citizj "doesn't know a pelled to keep his eye on the ball, I that a letter is written to a newspa- Clyde St. Johns Rive

Bless the little old one-lunger. That I i,thing," and th'imswer is about as says the Scientific American. The,per upon the subject simply shows to

_-r.was the only real pleasure we got out near the truthTthe nations of Europe blinkers are adjustable, so they can what extent the people are taking an
of 13 years of automobiling. We havea ale to efet a prompt settle- be set to suit the eyes of different interest in everything that pertainsto

car now that has four lungs and ment of thei/lifferences. Every- persons. the war or to the people engagedin

liver and lights and all other fixin's body knows soiling, and most people the war. The word comes from the
and we don't exercise it once in a I know a lottfsomethings that are SAVING MONEY OR SOUL? !term "caesar," and literally means The arke\
month. Clearwater Sun.SHE worth telling'il.would malce breezy I I ruler or governor. It was applied to

and newsy steal but they just bot- Two negro men were talking. One the emperors under the Holy Roman OF CLEANLINESS OF Q \.et 1 ,

PIGS.DONT BELIEVE HIM tle it up in tlnralls of their dome just got paid and the other, with no Empire, having come down from the OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE iii' ,

and forget thT1t i is there. Sometimes coin, was begging for a dime to geta 'ancient Roman empire. When the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
An old down east farmer was asked I the tear is able to pry it j drink. Holy Roman Empire ceased to exist, condition
.
the best sanitary
Kept under ;
his opinion concerning the honesty ofa loose word fiyvxird until he gets The man with the "dough" said: the sovereigns of Austria assumedthe
neighbor. "Would you call him a |the story, whit would be the easi- "I'se tell yo', Bill, if de Lord will title. Then, when William I., of Rverything screened away from the flies, and .: .

liar?" was asked. The old man est and simpUfhing in the world to I I keep dat whisky out of yo' head today j Prussia, was crowned emperor of the and pure.
stroked his whiskers thoughtfully fora ,let it out in|rash. Pull the cork, ;I1 sho' will keep it out of yo' mouth!" German empire in 1871, he assumed, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
moment and said: 'I brother, and* out the delectable the title of "Kaiser." It is probable everything in the Meat Line. .
contents of intellectual bottle that the term will continue to be
"Well, I don't know as I would go :ft Umbrellas recovered and repaired
so far as to call him a liar, but theydo I and we will 'ja i it on to others who "while you wait," at Young's Repair used by German emperors.-Ex- H. l\tI. Self & Go.
say that when he wants to call up are thirsty ir'jews. You know a Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc change.
i NO. 80 PINE
I STREEfTHE
his hogs he has got to get somebodyelse plenty, if ply know that you I II pHONE .... .j'
to do it." know it. ft I i I Sentinel Wane Ads Pay. l Sentinel Wcr-t Ads Pay. I .

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THE DAILY THE SECOND GERMAN IT LOOKS VERYENCOURAGING Mid-week prayer meeting at 7:30 (; =

NOTE A REVELATION. I BUT- p. m., Thursday. 1 KEEPBY
Florida Sentinel Come and the
bring children
The reply of the Imperial German I Has the tide turned? That is a cially to the Sunday school. espe- I

MORNING AND WEEKLY Government to the second note of the question the allies are asking one an- --0- I

w.. C.I:' ESSINCTON GLENN .............Bostons.....-....MsnsrerEntered ..EdiUrC. United States is not alarming; neither other, now that General "Botha has FIRST METHODIST CHURCH j

does it close the door to future won a signal victory in South Africa, Corner Main and Jackson streets. 1

At the pMtoffice at Orlando. Florida diplomatic negotiations; and neitheris the Russians: have turned in Poland John B. Ley, pastor.
.
aa Second class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Fine mu- !
it satisfying to the state depart- after a retreat, and the French wona sic, orchestra, organized classes. C. COOL
RATES ment. It was not intended to be sat- gain of hundred
Dafly. 1 Year ........................ .ooDiity sweeping many E. Howard superintendent.
6 Months ...................... L* isfactory to this government, but on yards in the fighting in north France. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
DaD,.. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 the other hand the German The of the tide and the Morning subject, "Spiritual Discouragement -
1. Month. ...'-f.................. M govern- turning -It's Cause and Cure." At
ment intended to fix the blame on subjection of the German terrific offensive
k17. 1 Year ...................... SLOG night the subject will be "Dead Sea
Great Britain for the loss of the Lu- has been looked for for many Fruit." !BY SHOPPING AT
PAYABLE IN
SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO sitania and to bring about some acute months. Is it about to come or has Special music.In .
the morning an offertory solo.
relation between this country and it; arrived? We do not believe there
ADVERTISERS: At night, some fine selections from
Great Britain, if possible. will be any material change in the the orchestra. These features in addition -
I Copy In display and all .ther haad-Mt Germany in the recent note talks I to the regular anthem service.
situation
for
European one more year.
Irertiiinr mutt be banded in at the basinet
(Bee .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. s. like a man with his back to the wall War prognosticators are nearly as Monday, 3:30 p. m., Ladies' Sewing DIC ON.IYS[ COMPANY
!. lay before poMicstUa. This rule applies Circle will meet with Mrs. Jas. L.
changes: for contract advertising: it I. facing a dozen enemies each with a bad as weather and political prophets. Giles, on Lake Lucerne.
variable aod will be strictly adhered U. knife, a gun or a club in his hand. Consequently whatever deductions are Usual Wednesday evening service.

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued But the salient feature of the note advanced count for very little. I r
should notify the office in writing on -the one thing above all else that Frederick Palmer for FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev.
the. date of expiration otherwise it will be writing a Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.
continued it the regular subscription rates. stands out clear and boldly-is the syndicate, has the following to say in Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.

until notice. N to..stop k-r _is...received.TdeplwB ......_............ U fact that the British blockade has a recent dispatch from the front: O'Neal, superintendent. Men's Bible Whe
caused concern, grievous concern, to "The professional opinion of class at 9:45 in auditorium. Servicesat zero prices prevail Saturday -
SUNDAY JULY 11 1915. officers the 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
front is
the German government.Great at that they
Britain's starvation campaignis are not discouraged by the Ger- Li Morning hts." sermon, "Shifting the nd Monday. Great fall
man offensive in the east. They
Some kings and all babies are born what hurts; it is that point which say that the war must be won by Evening sermon, "Some Things .0
rulers. makes the German note read as the killing of Germans and that That Harden" the Way of the Trans- in value temperatures.
the further the Germans gressor.
o though dictated by a desperate man. are
drawn into the Russian Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p.
Lots of the burning questions of the Germany's commerce has been inter- sand the more wastage for quick-them. m. Note a few of thesedegrees

day go up in smoke. rupted for the first time in history. This period of the war for the The public is most cordially invitedto

o That Great Britain's blockade of German entente allies is compared to that any and all services. '

Those who have nothing to lose are I ports has succeeded as well as, for the North in 1863 at the time FIRST BAPTIST--0-- CHURCHRev. :
of Lee's and Jackson's success in
quite willing to lose it. if not better than, Germany's subma- Virginia and the Confederate ad- Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas-

o rine tactics is virtually admitted in vance in Pennsylvania before tor.This
The board of health consists of Jagow's latest message to this gov- Gettysburg was won." church extends a most cordial
o invitation to the public to attend all
three square meals a day. ernment. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL I its services. If you have no church
-.-O- The note recites how Great Britain REAL ESTATE home here we want you to come and i White Seed VoilesOne

No woim/n can lace herself as tight "completely intercepted legitimate I I be "at_home": with us. ._

1 man_ _Jan drink himself. neutral navigation to Germany," and In Court of County Judge, State of Worship Sunday school in the at auditorium 9:45 a. m. at 11a. of theist popular fabrics of the season, worth 35c.
o how this caused "Germany to be driven Florida Orange County-In re Es- KSaturdy
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J tate of Jane C. Gano, Lunatic. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin
n might attend church if to a submarine war on trade," add- Notice is hereby given to all whomit charge. and Monday 23c. yard

refuse to bite on Sunday. ing, "the German people is now to be may concern, that I, Emma Gano, Subject of morning sermon, "Progress -
o--1Jks -- given the choice of perishing from as guardian of Jane C. Gano, will, on the Watchword of the Hour. ht1'
the 10th day of August, A. D. 1915, Evening subject, "Words That Out-
; but on the other hand, starvation with its women and chil- last Worlds."
apply to the Honorable Wm. Martin,
a thing as hush money. dren or of relinquishing its independence. County Judge in and for said county, B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.,
Wash GoodsWe've
I in Baraca Hall Miss Claudia DeLa- Fancy
o ." at his office in Orlando, in said county ;
at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon ney, president.The .
get religion with the Germany pleads that its tactics
service next Wednesday night
need other fire have been for her thereafter as the matter can be heard, grO ed together hundreds of yards of summer's
"existence and
ey no es.roman as for sell will be in the nature of a church reception -
authority to at public or private
in the first note places the blame for sale, the interest of Jane C. Ganoin to the 80 new members recently fairest fates in Fancy Lawns, Batistes, Crepe, and

the loss of the Lusitania solely and the following described real estate, the church.received Every into member the fellowship is urgedto of Handkercbif Linens, worth up to 20c.Saturdiy .
in said county, to-wit: North half
can sharpen a pencil unconditionally upon the British gov- be present to assist in welcomingthese ft
of southeast quarter of section 30,
t as quickly aa a man can thread ernment. The note is not a master- township 22 south, range 28 east, and our new guests.Don't and Monday only 6c. yd

lie, x piece of diplomacy. If it purports to southwest quarter of northwest quarter miss the popular Sunday Ii

r o be trustworthy then it must be takenas and northwest quarter of south- evening Ladies'service.Aid afternoon

cAJe.ecr ho is taken up by ain divulging the actual conditions of 22 west south quarter, range of 28 section east; containing 29, township in I at 3 o'clock meeting in the Monday church par--

r always return the the German In other words lors. k
00 empire. all 160 acres, more or less. Which Kimona CrepesStripes
the diplomatic tone has been bungled application will be based upon the petition --0--
1" Mr. J. Cestia Lawton, whose mag-
for such sale now on file in said
-_ = badly and Jagow's inability to grasp Court. nificent voice has pleased Orlando andfloral Designs in all the latest colors 20c.
e are married secretly, the finer points of diplomatic tech- music lovers so much the past season ,
Dated July 10, A. D. 1915. .
'world knows when they nique becomes obvious. EMMA GANO, Guardian. will sing at the Methodist church today and 25c.Satu4. v
at the morning service. His se-
are divorced. o 7-ll-4t lection will be "Heavenly Vision" by and
.0 LETTERS TO THE SE.INELEditor Homer Norris. Monday 16c. yard
Field & Co. have received an elegant -
Take care of your pennies and your Sentinel:-Your recent editorial --0--
fresh line of candies. One en- ST. JOHNS CHURCH (Colored)
heirs will not have a care until they on beautifying the county high
tire case has been filled with them Corner Pine and Terry streets. IiI
are penniless.The is a most timely one, for now,
ways and artistically arranged by Archie Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., vicar.
o while these roads are being built, is Sixth Sunday after Trinity. PercalesStripes

man who makes work of his the time to plan the work of their Morning prayer, litany and sermonat J"and

pleasure doesn't always make pleasure further improvement. While the do- Field.At 10:30. Fancy Patterns, just the thing for
Sunday school and Bible class, followed w
of his work. nation of ground along either side of The ChurchesST. by children's vespers, at 3 p. m. men and bo/? shirts, Ladies house dresses and bunga-

o the new brick roads is desirable, the Choral evensong and sermon at low apronslSSaturday
Under the old blue laws it was 7 carrying out of the project is doubt- 7:30 p. m.
LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery On Monday night at 8 o'clock Right
crime for a man to kiss his wife on ful. But no legal barrier can keep us Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean. Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., bishop of and Monday lie. yard
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Sunday. Some married men ought to from beautifying our own properties Sixth Sunday after Trinity. the district will administer the sacred

'be notified that the law is no longerin along the new brick roads which Celebration of the Holy Communionat rite of confirmation.A .
7:30 cordial invitation is extended to
'force. a. m.
seem to be the advance agents of
Sunday school, catechism and instruction the services.
o prosperity. Here in Winter Park the 9:45 a. m. --0--
t FUL impetus is remarkable. Beautiful new Morning prayer and sermon, 11 Great revival meeting at EbenezerM. Everlcisfag and Utility Ginghams

QU01"ATIOi."Blest residences, miles of sidewalks, park, o'clock. E. Church (colored), corner Church tll
is the man whose wish and street and golf improvement are all Evening prayer, 7:30 o'clock.CIRISTIAN and Terry streets. The pastor, Rev. 100 PrettY erns to select from, worthSat'd'yld 124/.
W. T. Coller, has been ably assisted
care due to the new brick road going SCIENCE during the week by the Rev. G. B.
Is just to be happy anywhere." through town. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Wilson, D. D., of Ocala, Fla. Many Monday 10 yds for 79c

o The distance between Winter Park Services at 11 a. m.; .subject, "Sac- souls have been happily converted and
rament." reclaimed to the church. The Rev.
.
The month of June is past history and Orlando being less than five miles
Wednesday evening service at 7:45. Mr. Wilson is regarded as one of the
and the number of weddings shows a and two townsites already started, Third floor, corner South Orange strongest evangelistic preachers in :- ],

falling off from former years. Late would seem to make electric' lights all avenue and Church street. Entranceon Florida and will return to the city 4: Ladies' Dresses
statistics indicate that September and Church street.CHRISTIAN next week to assist in the meeting.
the investment.And .
way a good
--0-- There will be baptism Sunday. The
January brides outnumber the here- "just to bring the matter be- AND MISSIONARY pastor will preach at 11 a. m. and 8 Of airy andiaty effects and cool comfort in voiles, lin-

fore much talked of June brides. fore the house," the writer would ALLIANCE p. m. All Christian workers are cordially gerie, linenJSih $7.50 to $10.00.
o Services ,as usual. invited to participate in the
suggest eucalyptus trees and century
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. meeting. Seats free. Strangers wel-
MEXICAN plants alternately on both sides along I and $3.98
ITE. Preaching at 3:30 p. m. come. I Saturday: Monday
the new highway. These would grow iii

. __' -- W. L. Pet. quick, give a tropical appearance and ,

_;___________20 5 .800 add more to the value of the abutting

-x1at.a _______________10 10 .500 properties than the improvementwould

rirranza _____________ 5 10 .333 cost. Maybe the county com- SELLING- @sFurnishingdepartment

ooregon ______________ 2 8 .200 missioners know where to get the I I

Garza ________________ 1 4 .200 necessary money, iL.not, a meetingof

Angeles _______________ 1 9 .100 all the adjoining property ownerscalled HAY I


1 know a man who 0 was born twenty bring out at Formosa surprises.Due .or elsewhere, may II Now is:gj chance to buy your cool underwear for

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mutes late, and has never been able to the close of the California GRAINFEED hot weath

catch up. lie is usually out of the number _
expositions, of Northern
Athlee value
Men's 50c. 37lAc
U and Drawers
breath trains. His habit is : cigj.shirts ,
( chasing to visitors next winter will doubtless be -

et downstairs just as the auto pulls large, and many would invest and be- FLOURIs Men's Union? $1.00 value -75c

rat. In all his life he has never come permanent residents if improvements Men's Union $1.50 value_$1.15

reached a theatre in time to see the along this line could be as Our BusinessThe Men's Union, $2.00 value -$1.45

lin go up. He's a misser by nada sured. H. SIEWERT.TOO }

has-'wasser by instinct.- An Beach Suit in the

Albert Hubbard. LATE TO CLASSIFY Co-Operative Produce Co.


pays to save o the pennies. Jamesn WANTED-Two furnished rooms for W. S. DeWITT M'sr. No. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447 IPilm house $6.50icoll4vosoi

is a New York millionaire light housekeeping. J-l, Sentinel
office. 7-11-lt
I
irty years he was doorman at

ico's, and in that length of WANTED-Horse and light dairy

tie $1 a doorman accumulated 7-ll-3t wagon, cheap. Address Box 524.

une of $1,000,000. College bred,

is able to converse intelligentlymany FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best
of the prominent men who property at Pine Castle for cottageor CAREY HANDFUNERAL

regularly the place. He had bungalow in Orlando. We trade
real estate anywhere. Pine Castle!
gray matter as well as a college edu- Realty Co., Pine Castle, Fla.
cation. All of his tips were not of 7-ll-6t DIRECTOR

i the cash kind. '
FOR SALE OR TRADEAttractivehouse AND EMBALMER 4 c .1
o and lot in Kalamazoo, Mich.,
TO BEAT HIGH worth $4,500; modern improvements;
COST OF LIVING: paved street; central location; in city .DumTMfNT STORf.

Become an after-dinner speaker. If of 45000. Would consider Orlando answered ... ...
residence property in trade. Address All calls Promptly Dayor
you are a good one you can average Box 37, Winter Park. 7-ll-6t ORLANB LAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
147 free banquets during the winter Hand Block.
Night. The Stol* never-failing cour-
J_sjason. In summer you. canTKit dandelion MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his due service, of
greens.Cultivate real estate office from the Guernsey tesy, If of trustworthy mer-
-. \ t dealing,
block which is being remodelled, to Orlando Florida.PHONE
a passionate fondness for the San Juan hotel in first room Jjiidise, at right pricesMUTILATED

=':__. corn meal mush. south of the hotel lobby, until his
r y '_p* Marry a dressmaker. office is completed in the Guernsey 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
building. Mr. Giles will be glad to
.Have a rich uncle die of old age l
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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TilE Donald C. Helms. : Admission 5 CentrMONDAY'S .
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WEEK 9. Hymn, "Roc Ages. .
10. History of t' hymn, Mr. L. O. I' ;
:Monday July 12. Curry. ;a; .1111.1..11..1.1111'
Sewing' rcle of the Methodist church 11. Sentence pr#rs. PROGRAM
meets with Mrs J. L. Giles. 12. Open meetir- \ .
Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist 13. Hymn. f. Reliance. "Only a Tramp." 7j\ i\\ 1:1iD : \\.
church will meet at 3 o'clock. 14. Announcemfr5 and benedic- The Greatest Laugh Day in the Beauty." "In the Mansion of lone- 4 11
Tuesday, July 13. tion. Levers liness.
Younger Matrons Club Mrs. Gordon All visiting are invited to History of the Grand Komic Comedy. "Caught by the'
Wright, hostess. attend this meetin Don't forget the Handle."
Wednesday, July 14. time, 6:45. f CHARLES CHAPLINThe Beauty. Midsummer Love Tangle -
Young Matrons Mrs S. E. Ives Jr., -- ." A comedy. .
TAIPAORLANP.GOLF Four good reels of Mutual movies. L
hostess. World's Greatest Comedianin
Reception at the Baptist church for TOURNAMENTpURSDAYOne If[ you enjoy good comedies come and
the eighty new members recently of the big cents scheduled this see this program. o WHAT MEN LIKE
received. week is the Tan#'Orlando Country Five cents to all.
''loyal Neighbors, 730 p. m. Club tournament".'t for Thursday af- "HIS NEW JOB"A Is a question that often puzzles women folks who wish to maW

Thursday, July 15.; ternoon. letter11 Mr. 'pnk one Guernsey of the Tampa has Miss Mildred Gilmore Jacksonville; some mere male a gift. If those ladies will look at our collectio
Club. received
dance at Country a } -
Tampa-Orlando Subscription golf tournament in players stat' that a list of the Riot of Fun in two parts. and others present included Mrs. II. 0 of scarf pins, cuff links, shirt studs, etc, they will be gazing a
and the andicaps would be Carl Dann, Mrs. A. Morey, Mrs. W. E. the
afternoon. players just gifts every man appreciates. For they are for manlymen
Mrs. Fred Mrs Al. Holden
it is Gore Gore -
mailed at expected the
BEAUTIFUL-oA Tampa delegatkday once* will arrive Thurs- Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl, Mrs. who know what is what. Come and look at the collection.

morning aij seek the Country SIDNEY DREWIN Will Hammond, Mrs. John Empie,
WEDDING.Another of Orlando's most popularand Club links imrn ately for practice.In Mrs. Dr. Buckmaster, Mrs Huntington ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS,
Mrs. Pierce.
beautiful young ladies was mar- [ the afternooif16 tournament will LIt
ried yesterday morning when Miss be staged. Con cable improvement --0- ___. _
"WHEN GREEK MEETSGREEK" SOCIETY NOTESOF Hi OM] \
the
Ethel May Dickson, daughter of Mr. is being made i local links. INTEREST.Mr. .,
H. Dickson marriedto Three mowing chines were busily
H. was
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and Mrs. E. G. Duckworth and
Robert Bazile Brossier. The cere- engaged yeste y m putting the
was performed by Father Jo- course in perf< condition for the children returned yesterday afternoon ----- Remember, two coats of Patton's
seph mony, of St. Leo College, who is in tournament. A 11 list of the Tampa A Vitagraph Comedy. from Montgomery, Ala., where Mrs. Velumina gives .results equal to threeor
charge of the Catholic church in Or- and Orlan layers will be an- Duckworth has been visiting the fam- four coats of ordinary flat wall -
lando during the absence of the regular nounced in a fedays. ily of her brother, Mr. W. F. Camp- paints. Remember, it needs no sizeor
priest Rev. M. Fox. bell. surfacer, flows easily, shows no _
The Dickson home on South Orange Harry E. W's, clerk of the San j HEARST SELIG NEWS, No. 35 -- laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
avenue was simply but prettily decorated Juan hotel, OrJWQ, was married recently Miss Jane Green who has been the r, uniform tone, and dries with a film,.
with pink and white carnationsand to Miss jrtha Goddard, a popular Portraying all the important attractive guest of Miss Ella Taylor washable and durable.
daisies. While Mr. W. S. Branch II young won of Bartow, and is Slemons, returned yesterday after- V RNISh Agents for high-grade varnishes, 1
Jr., played the wedding march 'the receiving the ijngratulations of his events of the day. noon to her home in Tampa. paints and wallpaper. *
wedding procession descended the many friends. nne happy couple will
stairs, the bride accompanied by her leave shortly *r their honeymoon FOR SALE-Seven passenger Abbott-

father and the groom attended by his trip.Tampa tnbune. THE BEST PROGRAM IN Detroit car, fully equipped, fine con- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
twin Mr. J. C. Brossier. The
brother OP* dition; $550; or will take good Ford
simple ceremony of the Catholic faith MEETING LODGE. MONTHS and some cash. Box 93, Orlando. / I 205 S. Orange Avenue
was read by the priest and assentedto REBEKAH 7-11-lt I
by the handsome young couple. Orlando Eebekah Lodge No. 12 con-
The guests were only a few of the intimate I vened in regular session on the 8th 5 cents 10 cents -- Phone 261
with Sister M. F. Zeller COLEMAN & RHAN
friends of the contracting par- inst. presid-
ing, and the Rebekah degree was con- Empire Hotel
ties.Among the friends of the groom ferred on Miss Ida Jansen and Miss
from out of town were his parents, Carol King, with great credit to thedegree
Col. and Mrs. F. C. Brossier, of Mi- staff. r.J
ami, who made the trip by automobile The officers of the lodge were also NEW ICE COMP
accompanied by Mrs. Gary Niles, installed in their respective stationsby ROOf GARDEN( CAJU SPECIAL
Miss Matilda Niles, Lotus Niles, and Mrs F. A Eaton, D. D. P., assisted 50
Victor Moffatt, all of Miami. by Mrs. Oas. Phillips, Mrs. Ste- G SUNDAY DINNER (0; PHONE 675
Mrs. Brossier has spent most of her t vens, and Mr.M. F. Zeller.A .
life in Orlando, coming here with her very pleuhg: feature of the occasion -
parents when she was a small child. was presentation to the retiring Chicken Soup with Rice I
She is an accomplished musician and noble prod of a beautiful Re- TOMORROW"THE Cold Slaw Baked Blue Fish
has been a leader in society circles bekah pin, vadi was received by Sister s. Fried Chicken, a la Maryland
and has a large circle of friends. Zeller in I very touching manner ") Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus Delivery starts
The groom moved to Orlando only and in a shot talk she expressed her
'a few months since from Miami, and appreciation:d this token of the esteem Corn Fritters
with his brother and brother-in-law, of the Rnbers. New Potatoes in Cream Monday July 5
J. H. Reese, bought the Reporter- After the 1Riness of the lodge was SNOW GIRL'A Stuffed Bell Peppers ,
Star which they have successfully concluded members retired to the
Macaroni Gratin Field Peas
conducted and very materially improved banquet haled partook of quite an Thrilling and Picturesque Romance au
since taking over i& manage- elaborate option in the shape of; Steamed RiceHomeMade
ment. He is a fine young man of numerous N things to eat, fur- complete in 3 acts. A Bread
pleasing personality and sterling business nished by )hfher and Sister Zeller. Pineapple Ice Cream Cake Wait for our wagon. We thin!
habits and ability. After the The meek; as usual, was well at- real feature, with Brinsley
wedding the couple went by auto to tended, aniib!! evening very. enjoy- Chilled Watermelon like our ice.
DeLand where they will remain until able to evej.ne. Shaw. i Tea Coffee Iced Tea
Monday a.id then go to Atlantic ..
ATCONWAY.IP.
Beach where they will spend some JOLLY PJBTT
lime. .
-- Mr. and to. H. Carl Dann enter-
PROGRAM FOR LEAGUE tained onJHday a jolly party of "The DOWNFALL OF POTTS"Nestor :
SONG SERVICE.The matrons ainaids at their beautiful FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
program for the special song camp whidi located on Lake Con- Comedy.
service, or "An Evening With Old way. Thepjsts of honor were rela- I
which the Leagueof tives and tods of Mrs. Dann, from I I
Hymns, Epworth
Lee[ :Moran Victoria Forde, Ed-
the Methodist church is to give Atlanta, Q.'',The afternoon pleasures Established 1886
this evening, promises to be a very consisted:;rf;'five hundred" whichwas die Lyons. i
interesting variation of the usual devotional the fee of the day also many
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services. Every Leaguer is trips aroeJthe lake in Mr. Dann's .
A GOOD BILL :
expected to be present. The program motor bo*he "2-U." Croquet was I
for the evening follows: also intesfeg to the younger set. I CURTIS & O'NEAL
1. Hymn. At 6 p.t.the basket lunch was I II .
2. spread pat table, I
Prayer. style on a long I .
3. Hymn. and to s.fjat it was enjoyed by every -
4. 147th Psalm. one itf be speaking very mild- THE ONE PRICE THEATERThe INSURANCE
5. Subject, remarks by leader. ly of thjwasion.: LOANS
6. Hymn, "Jesus, Lover of My Out dfevn guests were: Mrs Coolest Spot in Town. I II "
Soul." Morris, fiata Ga.; Mrs. Wagner, I
7. Histor? of above hymn, Miss Atlanta,: Miss Estes, Atlanta, '
REAL ESTATE
Eliza Wright. Ga.; Mi'Buckmaster, St. Cloud; Ii i ;RENTAlS :
8. Trombone solo "A Melody in F," Cord in fourth column)
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Insects and flies are dangerous (carry disease germs. CREAMS.WE .

Try Karbol Miscle Disenfectant fob ;ing noxious odors.

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SUGAR CROP
By Walt Mason London.-Trooper George Bennett, ', !
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hot and must fourth of 89 old, who served in the In- Kingston, amaica.-After nearlysix
)5 grow we Pittsburgh. a July Writing of "Night Terrors, so com- years of th imes that \
with energy unceasing; yea, we oration Congressman Stephen G. Porter mon among children, Dr. Adolph dian mutiny, was greatly affected byI I to pri\ reports says all according years of insufficient rainfall there
must'rise and soak the flies, to keep i of the house foreign relations Stern says in the New York Medical the war news. After reading the latest ; traffic German passenger have been fine seasonable rains the
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them from increasing. If we pass bya committee, said: "Men who make Journal that these have a deeper dispatches one day recently he d. railways past five months. The tobacco crop
has been He
I susp says it is promises to be the finest in
single fly, it soon will rear a mil- arms and ammunition to ship to Eu- cause than those given in the text- exclaimed: !believed that i e forces are leaving -I qualityand
in the
lion, and they will raise, in summer rope are as guilty of murder as the books, which are: adenoids and en- "Get my sword from under the bed, : the eastern nt for the western quantity ever known, and
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days, four hundred thousand billion. man whvf5res the shot. larged tonsils, large or indigestible' missus. I'm not going to be called a of sugar crop will be above the average.
theatre
with v impending
a an <
Lack of facilities Slhe
And they'll produce, while running "These men who are engaged in the .meals eaten shortly before going to coward." : rush on Calais. shipping only
loose, such swarms of filthy critters, manufacture of munitions of war are :bed, and the telling of harrowing or With the sword in his hands he obstacle in the way of securing the
ch hosts of flies, they'll hide the accessories to the crime that is now terrifying stories-like ghost stories. dropped back on his pillow and died. full benefit of the bumper crops.
'I Want Ask for it
an through
kies-so let us not be quitters. Go causing the bloodshed throughout Eu- According to Dr. Stern, children
and swat in humble cot, and in rope.. who sit up screaming "Mother, mother -I Sentinel Want Ads Pay. Sentinel "WantC'" The want ad.'s the thing.

srdly palace, swat left and right, "They are profiting by the blood of !" "The black man!" "The ghost! .. --- --

p the fight, until you break a those who are falling on. the battle- or even those who constantly cry fora
Strike stalwart blows, and fields, and they are helping to increase I drink of water, are generally the .
the foes, or later you will rue the destruction in the warring offspring of neurotic mothers and I y 'I ; i+ '! ; I/h/ lily+'I !'ll'l'li'ti!I i!!'! I I II

lid I'll sit here throughout the lands. We are helping to prolong the have themselves been made neuroticby I Il Hi
and tell you how to do it. I'll war, and doing this, the blood of these receiving too much attention, too {;u' ;; s1 ; L1&lMHM, .I ,. I I'I

g' 'y
while-you the files are potting, I'll kept too dependent, not leaning on III l li i
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praise your zeal with gladsome spiel, U. S. HAS TRADE BALANCE OF themselves but on others. +i al; I I I11'i

but I'm too fat for swatting. I'll $20,545,778 IN ONE WEEK The cure for such children is to !,!,!; ,, ,IIII' u; I I

urge you on from golden dawn until make them play with other children, : !
night's shades are falling, but, like ashington.The week ended July to let them do things for themselves, :! ,, II/ IIiL, : I'II
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acts are mostly stalling. ican exports. The balance in favor of selves and going to bed alone. Thus II
the United States in exports over imports -!they will acquire a spirit of inde- !

ARGENTINIANS ARE PLEASED; for the week was $20,545,778.That I pendence. ; ''I t
HOJIE, FROM WASHINGTONBuenos is more than twice as much as t I
the balance for the week ended June ORLANDO PEOPLE MENTIONED
26, which was $9,049,565. The state- I
IN JACKSONVILLE
Ayres, Argentina.Argentina's '
ment shows $29,896,465 for importsand METROPOLIS I I 'I! ; !! ..
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;iancial Congress in Washington inlay $50,442,243 for exports. Mrs. C. R. Emerick and daughter, '!I..! !+I) +i I,, ,,11III! ! 1

returned today, pleased with The trade balance has not been so Dorothy, of Orlando, are visiting I l'I ( .. ..
high in a single week before since II !!! !!il+ IIIIIIII II I+IIIII ,, III
their reception and satisfied with the friends in this city for a few days, II i I I Iill.u! III + 11 $ ,, ,
May 8, when it was $20,555,707. I Iii'I
result of their mission. They reporta after which they will leave for New

desire in the United States for a York city for a stay of several weeks. I II
commercial arrangement which would Phone 333 for your fresh meats. Miss Joaddie Harper is spending a '
Quality and service our motto. Cox'sMeat
form a bond of amity between the two Market Church street. 6-22-tf short while in Orlando, the guest of
countries.Get relatives. Miss Harper will leave the

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NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS

SENTINEL Sealed proposals 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
WANTSThe Orlando. Florida at or before 2 P. M. Monday -
August 2nd. 1915. for grading and pav- MILKDEPOT
Shingle ing 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 !
Morning Sentinel Want I brick with 2x8 heart pine curb; pavement to
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 Tw.
Terms Cash in Advance To include grading and paving with second .

Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime inches quality wide and brick ten using inches cement in depth curb according four- BUTTER MILK t
RATES to the specifications for brick highwaynow Fresh
For One Day ____________25t in use in Orange County roads; width of Every Day.5c. .
For Three Days ___________50c pavement from out to out to be nine feet. per glass .
For Six Days _______________73c For grading Proposal and Number with Three second quality 25c. per gallon
For One Month ____________$2.50 brick; brick to; be wire paving cut lug grouted witha CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of 2x8 heart pine curb; width of pavement t
25 words less. If the ad between boards to be nine feet. BUTTER
or contains -
'F. 1 1REMEMBER .
Proposal lImber Four Fresh
Homemade
more than 25 words the rate For grading and paving with second quality
will be one cent per word for brick: brick to be wire cut lug grouted witha SANDWICHESPIES
each additional word, for each in- 4x10 concrete curb; width of pavement
AND CAKES
from out to out to be nine feet.
sertion.If I Ii
Proposals must be presented in sealed en-
you can't bring your ad to velopes endorsed on the outside with the i -
the office telephone No. 24. -Ac- number of proposal which is made. Each
counts opened by telephone will be check proposal in must the sum be accompanied of $"_50.00 to by be a executed certified
payable the following day. upon a State or National Bank and payableat ARCADE MILK DEPOT {
sight Court.to the order of the Clerk of the Circuit ;

Every Home-Every Business- The successful bidder or bidders will be
,- Every Man has use for a required to give bond in the sum of Five t
Sentinel Want Ad. Thousand (5000.00 Dollars such bond to be - --- -
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executed by a Surety Company to be ap- --
proved by the County Commissioners.The .
-"- County Commissioners reserve the rightto Dr. S. S. Jones I
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reject any and all bids.
FOR SALE M. O. OVERSTREETV-Chairman; : Board of .
County Commissioners.B. CHIROPRACTOR
M. ROBINSON. Clerk Circuit Court.G. "
FOR SALE-Tomatoes, $1 per crate,, R. RAMSEY. Highway Engineer. graduate Davenport College, 17 and
ripe or green, delivered any place 77&14Don't : 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone i
in the city. Phone S. J. Sligh & Co.,, 209. Intelligent people everywhere
No. 463. 7-9-3tc are being restored to health by chiro- j
practic adjustments, the new science /
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- FOR SALE-Bicycle, in good condi- Forget Us of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
tion; terms cash; price reasonable. free. 12-2-t-lmo j"
.. tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best Apply 307 East Pine. 7-10-3t

fuel. FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or when in
unfurnished, 7 room house; large SURVEYINGPlating
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62&
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit need of and Sub-Dividing
Then more-people will use gas-and more peeople] will be glad and flowers. 205 Liberty street.
6-19-1moc PROMPT AND ACCURATE
of it.: WORK A
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
If your gas service is not all that you think it should be and wind shield, at Ford Garage. JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction
7-3-tf HAL A. IRISH
Phone No. 6; and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you.

FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof Civil Engineer
I the best trucking and fruit farmsin

Prosper Colony, consisting of 25 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for
cash if sold this month. A good cropon GuaranteedOur PHONE 646
the place will go with it. The
place will bear inspection. Good rea- For Eight Cylinder Cadillac
sons for selling. If interested, ad- Pricesare
dress Box 57. The place is in sightof FOR SEASHORE, MOUNTAINOR

ORLANDO, WATER & LIGHT CO road.depot, church, school 78d6twklylti and brick reason- TOWN TRIPS

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BARNARD & SON
FOR SALE
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial SIX CYLINDER, SEVEN PASSENGER able. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- 12-10-lm
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD a
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract "Quality" purMpjtq Week End

one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- .5
.. poses.6-9-tf $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. Rates

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.. FOR SALE-Wagon, buggy and har-
ness; also a one-horse plow and cultivator Connoisseurs Have From ORLANDO
r. good as new; and a 100 egg
incubator. These articles will go
1 cheap. Address, G.A. Branson, 600 Passed JudgmentOn DAYTONA
Gore avenue, or call at residence on
Sale South Parramore street. 7-7-6t $2.30

FOR. SALE-I have five Berkshire- our work and pronounce it to NEW SMYRNA :

Poland China spring hogs left, at be the most satisfactory obtain- $1.85
$6.50 apiece. Will let the bunch go able, not only in Orlando, but in .
for $30. Speak quick. Others are ORMOND
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 sold. Blue ribbon stock. Try else- every section where they have
where, then see me. C. E. Filbert, travelled. Take advantage of 2.50 -
,Pine Castle. 7-7-6t your best institutions.

And continuing for two weeks I FOR RENT VIA


I FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Orlando Atlantic Coast Line
I mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]I Yancey. --3-28-tfc- Steam Laundry

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- PHONE 88 Standard Railroad of the South
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.

On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, Knox. 7-9-tf Tickets sold for all trains Satur-

day and forenoon Sunday, lim-

Kimonas, and House DressesMen's WANTED CLINT BASSPHONE ited to return by midnight of 4

WANTED lady companion for an following Tuesday.
i elderly lady. A good home and a 375
Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at
small remuneration. A short distance West Jefferson Street -
from Orlando. Call 200 West South For Information Call on

r GREATLY REDUCED PRICES street. 7-10-3t Successor to D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. -

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

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. PROMPT SERVICE
LOST-Boston bull terrier; female; REASONABLE PRICE*
bat ears long tail, brindle. Re-
WINTER GARDEN, FLA.EXCEPTIONAL ward. 20 W. Pine St. 7-9-3t a
l- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

BUYERS AND SELLERS Office corner Orange Avenue and
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real Cut Flowers church St. Davis & McNeil Bid?.,
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
Phone 419.
z over 30 years. Have handled over

20000000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. and Plants

C Gulollial l ] Hill
Whenever you want the best and
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox Floral Designs
OFFER on Church street and your order will e-
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf
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An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a

You hear about Colonial '' safe investment. Violet Dell Florist. OPTOMETRIST L H. RAMSDEU

NOTICEThe .. ORLANDO FLORIDA
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne Hills. -
partnership of Davis and Man- JfE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
ning, painting any decorating, has J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
with plenty of Foliageand You read about Colo- been dissolved, and notice is hereby i
given that W. L. Davis will not be 509. 408 South Lake St. OPTirAT REPAIRING
nial Hills. liable for any debts incurred by said
Trees. firm. W. L. DAVIS.

You talk about Colo- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB I

Price $2000.00C. Located in the Arcade Building I Market
Orlando Meat
nial Hills. All work guaranteed and neat- The

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

1 This is the place to have your
will buy in Colonial' old clothes made new. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
A. HOVEY
Hills. Why not NOW! Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit ; Florida and Western Meats
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

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

faction and profit. pressed ____________50c Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order +
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
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We do ladies' work also. Giveus / Business 135 P. 0: BOX 226
a trial and be convinced. PHONESRe ,dene |3j Cor.Orange. Lve. and Church St.J .

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J B. Moody returned yester-
% % day from a delightful visit with
friends in Tampa.A. .

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R. Wrenn left yesterday after- j
noon for Jacksonville on a short busi- !
ness and pleasure trip.
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Savings checks are worth $1.04 for
I I every $1.00. 7-7-tf CHECKS
IndependenceMeans
Mrs. E. C. Davis and son, who have
been visiting relatives and friends in
ARE WORTH
FreedomTHE this city, have returned to their homein
Lakeland.
$1.04 for Each $1.00They
Lloyd S. Tenny left yesterday for
POWER and value of courage and Jacksonville where he will attend a
are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
character stands out boldly in the man who, meeting .of the state plant board
the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants
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through his thrift and steadfastness of pur- which meets in that city Monday.Mrs. .
pose grows financially independent, for
money is the mighty force that makes for W. H. Brokaw and children, Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery. 0
W.. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
independence of thought and action. who have been visiting relatives in Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
Every dollar you deposit in this long established Kissimmee for the past two weeks, City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
returned home yesterday afternoon. Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
bank begins to earn another dollar John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat :Market.J. .
at once. Your money multiplies at 4 L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, Savings checks collected is money Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
in the bank. 7-7-tf avenue and Arcade building. Store.
safely' and soundly on the way to indepen- .
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co. .
dence. A dollar opens an account. Mrs. T. H. Fuller left yesterday afternoon J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
over the Atlantic Coast Line Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor. L
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel, Steam Laundry.T. .
for Gadsden, Ala., where she will visit P. Robinson, Photographer.
her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Stevenson.Mr. r
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and Mrs. S. J. B. Irwin, promi-
ORLANDO, FLORIDA nent and well to do citizens of Mait-
land, autoed to Orlando yesterday and They can be deposited for their face value in the savings department C
Ii Iia "Saving Means Safety" spent several hours very pleasantly of the
a calling on friends and shopping.A. .

S C. Houghton, who has been absent The Peoples National Bank
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from Winter Park for a year or
more in Boston, Mass., arrived yester-
day on a visit to friends in College- ,
town. "-
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Ask for savings checks; they are .
your money in the bank. 77tiDr. I
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and Mrs. H. L. Ramsdell left
yesterday for the seashore where they
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Now! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boyce, who t
Buy have been visiting their former homein !I

Glens Falls, N. Y., have returnedand

Concord are again Park.J. .at their prettyJiome in "A FOOL THERE W AFH


B. Walker will leave tomorrowfor
ELDERSpring Fort Valley, Ga., where he wilt! o "An Adaptation from RUDYARD KIPLING'S Ignitus Poem
remain for a while during the peach

fields.season and then journey to other


: Spring WaterIs bank.Savings checks are money in 7-7-tf the -The Varrtpire "


Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniels and interesting -

daughter left Jacksonville will? be shown at ..
a standard for yesterday on the Clyde steamship i
Mohawk for New York and Boston,
aids where they will spend the remainderof
digestion
purity -
and, eliminates the summer. JOYLAND TONIGHTFrom j j

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin are
acidity. over from Ocala greeting their num- .
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several days in this
vicinity. Mr.
This being accomplished a world of sick.
Sandlin is the manager of the Florida
ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water Citrus Exchange in l\!. i Inn county.A. Admission to Grounds, Adults lOc, Children 5c.

and Spring Water alone for mankind and
Kendrick left
yesterday
take its morningover is known the world
nothing can place.BEGIN the Atlantic Coast Line for Minneapolis This Poem over.

Minn., where he will spend should be
NOW This Picture seen by everyone
some time looking after business tr
matters. Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick havea
pretty home at 406 East Colonial
Diive.

Elder Spring Water Co. .
How many savings checks have you ,4
ORLANDO, FLORIDA collected? 7-7-tf
Statement of the condition of the Orlando Bank
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Townsend win
'
Phone WRIGHT, 444 leave Tuesday for North Carolina, & Trust Co, at the close of business on the 50th Ewa ; ,

their objective point be nCgilyde day of June, 1915.SEMIANNUAL.
their objective point being Clyde, STATEMENT
where they will spend the next two
months enjoying life in the Land of Resources 4
the Sky. They will also visit other LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ________$391,240.85 k::' :- '

..111111111111111111111..11111..11.111111.111 points in that state before returningto OVERDRAFTS ___________________ 851.74 r

Orlando about the middle of Octo- STOCKS AND BONDS ____________ 24,668.33 ''
ber.
REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE AND

DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY Bishop Cameron Mann left yester- FIXTURES ___________________ 42,167.86 :.

day afternoon on one of his annual CASH ON HAND AND DUE FROM 11 r ft } ;

visitation trips which will take him BANKS__________ __:.__________ 253,531.69 M .
to Mulberry and Bartow. Bishop and
Mrs. Mann expect to leave about the $712,460.47
OR OTHERANNIVERSARjY week-end for Boston where the bishop Liabilities S
will attend a conference in connection 'S
with his church work. They will also CAPITOL STOCK ________________$100,000.00
i iY visit New York and spend a portionof SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROF- .

their vacation at Cape Cod. ITS __________________________ 41,226.86

TO GO BY DEFAULT BILLS PAYABLE__________________ None
Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Zellers
were among the Orlando folks leaving RE-DISCOUNTS ___________________ None "
I WE HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE yesterday afternoon to spend the remainder DEPOSITS _________________;-______ 570, 22.31 t a s i

OCCASION of the summer at Deep River DUE TO BANKS __________________ 711-30
Conn. They will visit a number of
; Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. places en route, including Niagara $712,460.47ORLANDO _.
Falls. Quite a number of their friends
were at the depot to wish them bon


T. H. EVANSJEWELER member Rebekahs voyage, of among, Mrs.that Zellers organization.whom being were a several valued DF1allO n B Bank & Trust t Coffipafly .


Doctors

Buck-master & Brundage FLORIDACapital :

and Surplus and Undivided Profits $141,000.00. Total Resources over Three

Personal Instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $76,000.00

at Kirksviile, Mo. .
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples -
.........ll.I..f.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I I'.r..t.JJ National Bank. Phone 578. _.. J



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