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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 13, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915. NUMBER 130.:




" CONSPIRACY TO BLOW UP SHIPS PLYING






,BETWEEN EUROPE ?AND! U. S. IS BELIEF







SECRET LICE INVESTIGATING IN SERVICE COAST- CITIES AND PO- NOTHING TO PREVENT WILSON FROM!.Thaw:.. Be Will FreedIs GERMAN[ ADVANCE[ SETS[





(, LANSING DRAFTING RETURN NOTE! RECOGNIZING CARRANZA: VILLA IS ONi BeliefNew AlUfS' CAMPAIGN BACK



U. S. Will Not Surrender Rights I York Dr. Austin
July -
MARCH MEXICO CITY SA YS REPORT
dust What Steps Will Be I Flint, called as the state's chief expert -

Taken Unknown at -- in the Thaw habeas corpus proceeding ONE MONTH" SAYS lONDON
I late today admitted that

Present MORE SUBMARINES TO BE PRESIDENT MIGHT GIVE Thaw had given no evidence during

SUPPORT TO SUCH A the present jury trial of his sanity of
Washington, July 13.-Government being paranoic and that there had !I I -

authorities are proceeding on the the- BUILT BY U. S. LEADER I been nothing in Thaw's manner on the CRIMINAL COURT BUSY USING GAS SHELLS GERMANS

ory that there exists a conspiracy to witness stand to indicate to laymen CARRY SOUTH '

blow up ships plying between Amer- CARRANZA COVT. NOT RECOGNIZED that he was not sane. Justice Hen- I SOUCHEZ CEMETERY
SECRETARY NAVY FAVORSA drick brought out these damaging ad- YESTERDAY
ican ports and those of the allies and
I LARGER BUILDING missions in the series of questions put
4 that the recent attempts are the JesuIt PROGRAM FOR 1916 Holding of Mexico City Is of to the expert while he was under FRENCH[ REPORT FRESH GAINS

||j of a carefully organized general cross-examination. It is generally FIRST DAY OF SESSION
1 Frequent Occurrence andCarranza's
conceded that unless the effect of Dr.Flint's DISPOSES OF SEV- -
plot.Secret Congress Will Be Asked to Pro- Trenches Abandoned Whey
service agents and the policeof Dominationof testimony is counteracted on ERAL CASES .
coast cities have begun a nation vide for the Constructionof No Importance re-direct examination, Thaw's libera- Cemetery Was Evacuated

wide man hunt for the persons in- at Least Thirty New tion is a certainty. rAre
State Has Most of the Evidence ReoccupiedPosition /
volved. A statement was made this 12.-The
Undersea Craft Washington, July opinionwas in the Murder Case
afternoon that there is reasonto Kirby ImportantLondon
some expressed in the state department BASEBALL RESULTS
believe that the attempt made some Washington, July 12.-The next today that there is nothing in -Court Will Probably
&
months ago to blow up the French building program for the United the president's. note on Mexico which South Atlantic League Adjourn Thursday July 12.-By a terrific
liner La Touraine was one of the attack for hurricane *
will prevent him from recognizing night prepared by a -
States will include estimates for Columbia 3, Savannah 2.
first efforts of this conspiracy. navy Carranza or any other Mexican mili- Criminal court opened in full blast I of asphyxiating shells which
Behind the gang engaged in the nearly double the number of subma- leader who should obtain military Charleston 8, Augusta 0. yesterday and so quickly were the I .
tary '
in
Columbus 3 0. enveloped the French troops a
work there is supposed; be abund- rines appropriated for by the last session control of that Albany cases disposed of that it is quite like-
country.It Macon .Jacksonville 3; 14 innings. dense cloud of deadly fumes, the Germans -
ance of money and one of the impor- of congress. From officials in is stated also by the officials that ly court will adjourn Thursday noon. I I
tant duties of the secret service is to close touch with the administration'splans their opinion is that the president Southern League One case was lost-that of the six carried by storm the cemetery

run down the sources of these funds. for the navy, it was learned to- might, under his statement, lend his Atlanta 2-2, Memphis 1-4. alleged Taft gamblers, all colored. I I south of Souchez, thus regaining a r

The letter signed "Pearce" sent to night that at least thirty and proba- "active and moral support" to sucha Chattanooga 5, Birmingham 0. When court came to a close yesterdaythe j dominating position of great strategic ;

a New Orleans paper declaring that bly more sfcjun rines certainly wouldbe leader. Mobile 3, Nashville 2. state had most of the evidence in I I value, and bending the French line

bombs had been placed upon the Bar- requested. Kffe&* The department, however, has not National League the case of Simeojw Nby, charged inward for half a mile. t
on Napier and the Howth Head were Some naval offreH* of high rank yet received any request from the New York 0, Cincinnati 6. with assault and Mbnt to commit I I The recapture by the Germans of ;

discredited by the police authoritieshere who are being criticised think that as Carranza government that it be recognized Brooklyn 3, Chicago 2. murder. Judge Warlow is presiding.The i theelevated ground of the cemetery '

who, after carefully reading it, many as fifty or seventy-five sub- because of its capture of the ,Philadelphia 1-2, Pittsburg 2-4. cases already disposed of are: I balks the French plan of campaign, _
were inclined to believe it to be the marines would not be too many. The Mexican capital. Boston 1-3, St. Louis 2-4. B. A. Proctor, disposition personal I setting the allies back fully a month #

work of some practical jokers. last congress in three sessions authorized Official dispatches have been received American League property under lien; Jim Linsey, aggravated -I.in their campaign. ,.\\1

Nevertheless government agents at twenty-six submarines, and by the department which tell Detroit 12, Boston 15. assault; and Joe Brown (no JTiej ghting for the possession of
New Orleans have been instructed to the United States has a total now of of important successes.of Villa in the Cleveland 4, New York 7. sentence pronounced on .these cases) this fflsTTrofr 'tontittueswith great'J:

leave no stone unturned in their effortto nearly seventy in commission or south on a line of communication with Chicago 3, Washington 5. and Alonzo Vonar, illegal sale of energy and it is still being bombarded ;;

locate the sender of the letter building. Within two years the total, Mexico City. Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain. liquor, and three gamblers, A. J.Blan- heavily by shrapnel and solid shot :

signd "Pearce," the name Frank Holt' it is estimated, may be brought up I.I The exploits of the Villa forces indicate Federal League ders, Claude Stuckey and Howard and the terrorizing gas shells.
used in his Washington letter about Johnson two months road. The French that they have
to 100 undersea craft. that Villa has become strongon Buffalo 4, Brooklyn 9. on report -
the capitol bomb. Secretary Daniels, it is understood, a line of march to Mexico City. All scheduled. In the case of J. R. Johnson, con- already recovered a portion of the

favors a large building program, be- The temporary holding of Mexico victed of cheat at common law at the sections of trench adjoining the ceme- "'
Second Note to Germany lieving that in the development of last term of court, Judge Warlow tery which they were forced to abandon -
City by various factions in Mexico TilE WEATHERFor
Washington, July 12.Work was the efficiency of the submarine arm has been of such frequent occurrence granted the motion in arrest of judg- when they were driven from the ;
begun today by Secretary Lansing on lies the most important task of the ment made in the case, announcinghis cemetery itseilf.
that officials of the state departmentsay Florida: Generally fair tonight -
the draft of a note to be sent to the today. The action of the last decision at the opening of court.
navy its present occupation by Car- and Wednesday, except prob-
German government.No in appropriating for This means that the facts, as allegedand I' OFF FOR REMAINDER OF SlflH-
congress money ranza does not affect the military situation able showers Tuesday in north por- '
intimation is obtainable as yet sixteen submarines when only eightor proven Jby the state, were not MER
materially. tion light variable winds. 1
as to the which the American ; such to constitute crime as
course more were asked for is believed to as a !
government will follow. have given the secretary confidencethat charged. Mr. Johnson was never J. B. Walker and daughter, Miss :

r No Surrender of Rights the next session of congress Great NebraskanOmaha Becker Will Die! sentenced. :Mr. Johnson was defended Naomi, and Miss Mattie Kirkwood, 1

That there is to be no surrender of would be even more generous in its by Attorney Worthington Black- left yesterday afternoon over the At- ]
American rights in the new note is grant. man. lantic Coast Line for points in this
practically certain, according to the Neb., July 12.-A non-par- Rangeley, Me., July 12.-Justice and other states. The ladies will stopover 1

view taken by officials thus far, and tisan committee appointed by Gov. Charles E. Hughes has refused the in Jacksonville for a short visit 1

r t it is also assured that the German VON JAGOW WANTS CABLE Morehead to select Nebraska's most application for a writ of error to the ZEPPELIN ATTACK WILL BEMADE with relatives. From thence they go i

proposals for the immunity of American distinguished citizen to accept an invitation United States supreme court, made to Bluefields, West Virginia, where t

passenger ships not carrying con- to participate in certain pro- by counsel for Charles Becker of New they will join Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Gor-

traband will be rejected. Just what DIRECT TO U. S. ceedings at the San Francisco expo- York, condemned to die in the weekof E ON ROME don, and spend the remainder of the J
t sition voted that Prof. for the murder of Herman
steps will be taken by the United unanimously July 16 summer months with them in the
States result of failure Lawrence Bruner, of the State university Rosenthal. mountains. Returning will
a_ s a Germany's they stop .;
to disavow the sinking of the Washington, D. C.-Germany's pro- bore that reputation. Rome.-German Zeppelin dirigible at Cedartown, Ga., for a few days ft ..1 j
posals of last February for the There members the NEW COTTAGE FOR balloons have been transported to the
of ANOTHER
Lusitania is uncertain. It is this is- reopening were ten with relatives. Mr. Walker will make :
sue-the loss of 100 American lives of her cable communicationswith committee and Mr. Bryan received but WEST CHURCH STREETT. Austrian coast of the Adriatic sea, his first stop in Atlanta, Ga., wherehe J
the United States failed be- one vote, and that on the first ballot. of the according to reports received here, to y
for which Germany has disclaimed re H. Rogers, proprietor will spend some time in the peach
sponsibility-that has brought the sit- cause they were conditions on the On the two succeeding ballots Ir.Br.an White Star Market, is building a neat fly across to Italy, pass the Apen- belt.
consent of Great Britain and the Lon- did not receive nines and to reach Rome. l
uation to a grave and critical point. a single vote. cottage at 815 West Church street. .
don foreign office never replied to the The Italian government has notifiedthe ,
Von Bernstorff to See Lansing The house is to be nicely finished inside -
t...LIV.h Count Von Bernstorff, the German negotiations communicatde by the MASONS WILL MEET TONIGHT and out, forming quite an at- Vatican, and the pope has ordered More Transports rf?
United States. that the lights there be dimmed or
ambassador here will call on Secre- Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M., tractive addition to the west end of that the 'l
extinguished early and art
State department officials made
tary Lansing in a day or two to learn will meet in regular communicationin Church street. J. C. Beasley and J. Manila, P. I., July 12.-Persons -
be removed from
treasures places exposed -
this explanation today in the light of
informally the attitude of the United their hall at 7:30 this evening. W. Crawford are doing the work. who have arrived here from Saigon, 4
bombs.
to possible damage by
published statement by Herr von
States toward the German reply. I la Work in E. A. degree. capital of French Cochin China, report I
Jagow, the German foreign minister, Special signalling posts have been
The ambassador is understood to be The method of paying the assess- TWO DRUNKS IN POLICE COURT that all vessels belonging to Mes- .}
who laid stress on the lack of cable established on the top of mountains, .
in thorough accord with his govern- communications as a means of ment levied by the Grand Lodge of Police court was enlivened yester- and on the height of Monte Mario, be- sageries Maritimes which have been ;;

ment on the reply which he regardsas change of views between the American an ex- Florida upon members of the partic- day morning by the appearance of hind the Vatican, night experimentshave engaged in far eastern traffic are be- 1

satisfactory and as lending itselfto people and the German public- ular lodges for benefit of the Masonic two drunks who were fined $5 each. been conducted with rockets and ing transformed into transports to J

further negotiations. during the submarine warfare contro- Home and Orphanage will be discussed They paid, disproving the theory that flashlights, with which the officials carry Russian troops to the Darda- x
at this meeting. tight finances exist. will be warned of the approach of any nelles. Whenever a vessel of the Mes-

Bomb Crank versy. airship. Preparations have been madeto sageries fleet reaches Saigon, it is

Busy John French The repel Zeppelins, and instructionshave said the passengers are transferredand "
Sir Condemns
WINTER PARK MAN ILL WITH been issued regarding measuresto the freight unloaded, after whicha

Washington, July .-Navy department PTOMAINE POISONING be taken to protect houses. large force of carpenters work at

officials today awaited re- Barbarous Methods Of Germans Boy Scouts are in every police station top speed to make the necessary al-
sponses from the British steamers In a private letter to an Orlando ready to start any moment on.. terations. The ships are then sent to

11'' Howth Head and Baron Napier, laden friend, Rev. Jno. G. Litch, of Winter bicycles to warn the people by bugle Vladivostok to take on troops. I

with mules for the British army and I Park, who is spending his vacation in London, July 12.-Field MarshalSir human being brought in contact withit I calls of expected danger.
now supposed to be off the south At- {,New London, N. H., writes that while John French, reviewing the opera- is first paralyzed and then meets "THE WHITE TERROR" AT THE

lantic coast to a warning wirelessedto he was in Boston he was seriously ill tions of the British expeditionaryforces with a lingering-and agonizing death. ROOF GARDEN
them to watch out for bombs in I from pomatine poison and has not yet in April and May, makes caus- "The brain power and thought FIRST VISIT TO ORLANDO IN ".t

their holds. Both vessels sailed from fully recovered. Dr. Litch was probably tic reference to the German use of which evidently have been at work before FOUR YEARSA. The Roof Garden, under J. D. j

New Orleans, July 9, the Howth Head eating some of those cultured asphyxiating gas. this unworthy method of mak- E. Holmes, a former popular Barnes' management, continues to. -:

for Dublin and Belfast via Norfolk, I Boston baked beans when he should "I much regret," says the field mar- ing war reached the' pitch of effi- resident of this city, but now makinghis draw good crowds. The pictures are '

and the Baron Napier direct for Avon- .have been living on fresh vegetables shal, "that during the period under ciency demonstrated in its practice home in Tampa, was in the city of an unusually fine character. For #,

mouth. from Florida. report the fighting has been charac- shows that the Germans must have yesterday in the interest of the Bent- tonight Manager Barnes announces .

The warning was flashed out broad- I terized on the enemy's side by cyn- harbored these designs for a long ley Gray Dry Goods company. This ,."The White Terror," in four big acts. ..'
cast over the sea from the Arlington DR. D.f A. THOMASON DIES UN- ical and barbarous disregard of the time. was Mr. Holmes' first visit to this I This is a Broadway star feature with -.

wireless station last night followingthe UNEXPECTEDLY AT HOME well known usages of civilized war "As a soldier, I can not help expressing city in the past four years and he I a stellar cast. It will repay you to .

receipt by Secretary Daniels of a IN MANATEE and by flagrant disregard' of the the deepest regret and some was simply delighted at the wonderful witness this gripping' fascinating s

telegram from New Orleans stating Hague convention."All surprise that an army which has hith- strides of Orlando during that photoplay.All .M.

that a letter to a paper from a person Manatee, Fla.-Dr. D. A. Thomason the scientific resources of Ger- erto claimed to be the chief exponentof time. The beautiful streets, imposing

signing himself "Pearce" indicated a dentist well known in the state, many apparently have been broughtInto the chivalry of war should have buildings, and general improvementof the popular music, and will

that explosives had been placed passed away Saturday morning at play to produce a gas of so viru- stooped to employ such devices business and things in general was order at once anything lyou want.

aboard the two vessels. t 7:30 o'clock in this city. lent and poisonous a nature that any against brave and gallant foes." very gratifying to Mr. Holmes. i Curtis & O'Neal, book store.



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New house 8 rooms and bath. Location perfect, 4 blocks



Bargain from center of city, east side. B ar g. '


For quick sale $3000. Cash or terms. '



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PAY $446,660,000 TO BANK OF

FRANCEs SIDELIGHTS

Paris.-Paper due the Bank of 3y W. S. Branch.
France to the amount of 2,233,000,000
francs ($446,660,000)) has been taken ,
up voluntarily, although, owing to the i I I Rinds Can tell them ?
moratorium, debtors were not com- I Thesis the time of year when the you apart
I colored man and too often the white
pelled to do so. This fact was revealed -
man eats the whole half of a water-
in the chamber of deputies in I
melon and throws the rindon
the course of the debate this after- unbroken It is difficult for
the street. It it happens to be on very anyone
noon on the bill relating to the con-
tinuance of the moratorium. The one of the paved streets it is pickedup
but tell thedifference
an expert to I
and carried
away by the street
minister of finance, M. Ribot, an-
.' but if it is thrown of
men on one
nounced that 33,000,000 francs ($6-
last week. the side streets it remains there to between a 5oc :
600,000)) were paid
decay and attract flies and breed disease -

WORK BEGUN ON ROAD TO unless some one is public spir- S _SS imitation pearl and a genuine
MELBOURNE ited enough to go after it and buryit.
Some regulation to prohibit such pearl of the same size worth
lawlessness would seem to be in or-
,. Kissimmee, Fla. Osceola county's
part of the connecting link of the east .der. $500-therefore one might
and west routes of the Dixie highway -
through the state of Florida will be Sure! A genuine pearl An imitation pearl buy the soc imitation because
By all means let us have the Or-
built fast L.
just as as Captain R. Value Value cents
$500 50
Farmer and the convict road ange County Roads celebration, as
can
gang it looks like the article
construct it. suggested by C. E. Howard. Have genuine

Work on the road from St. Cloud an automobile and carriage parade
-% to the Brevard county line was begunon that will reach from Winter Park to and this is all any pearl has
last Friday. Pine Castle and led by an immense
float carrying the county commis- to do.

COMMISSIONERS TO MEET sioners, Engineer Ramsey, et al., with l Y
Mose Overstreet up on the pinnacle Butwhen i
Savannah, Ga.-A meeting of the holding the steering wheel. you can get a ..
commissioners of all the
county
coun-
ties between Savannah and Bruns- genuine Victrola with its repertoire -

wick, to launch a movement for a DifferenceIt
paved boulevard over the eastern leg looks as though Florida, and especially of more than 5000 Victor

: of the Dixie highway, covered by the the West Coast, would occupy i
Independence day run of the Savan- the headlines in the daily papers 11 Records for the same price
for a time. While we like notorietyof
nah Automobile Club, will be called in

I i t the very near future.JOHNSON'S noted a certain rather than kind notorious.we prefer to be IJ !t that you would pay for some

CAR STUCK -Thaw- 4 q i other instrument that only
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The other day while washing his Harry Thaw is going to put the"no"
looks: like Victrola there
iJ' a
car in Lake Gatlin, a sad accident be- in the paranoia theory so far as ,
i. fell S. A. Johnson, city commissioner. his own case is concerned.
; can remain question of
The car got stuck in the lake. In des- no .

peration, another car was lured to Holt .
Victor _
the lakeside and the truant was soon The wife of the late unlamented supremacy. .
hauled back to a secure position upon Frank Holt insists that the body shall -m- .
The is in the
Comein
dry land.WICOFF. be taken to her home in Dallas, Texas proof hearing.

for interment, because that is any time and we will gladly play any

CONSTRUCTING STORE "where" she intends to make her Genuine Victrola Any imitation of a Victrola music you wish to hear. We'll explain
; BUILDING home. Another example of woman'ssuperior
devotion to the marriagevow. $15 to $250 (at practically the same price our system of easy terms too, if desired.

Mrs. Ethel Bell Stevens is adding Reverse all the circumstancesand ,.._...-;.-- as a genuine Victrola) / =.'
to the improvement of the city by the can you imagine a man insistingon .. ..wLS .
erection of small the dead body of his wife :: p t .,tg. "" ...
store being
t a building on '.. j .. ,..... .
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i her property at 311 West Church carried two or three thousand milesin <: ... : "'""
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treet P. B. Wicoff is in charge of order to have it near him? ; '. 'C- ".1#
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the work, and is rushing it to a ciT :
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speedy conclusion.A PITTSBURGH FIRMS DECLINE : '.r .
t $30,000,000; RUSSIAN ORDERS 1 .....?.....;. .. --r.. t '... J. i: ".".
NEAR ACCIDENT I ,:.t: 41' ;if .. i:.. ...... !
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-. Deputy Sheriff Peel and E. E. Stall- Pittsburgh, Pa.-Authorized to negotiate I _
r, ings, running at a high rate of speed for railroad supplies and war 1
on a motorcycle yesterday, did not munitions to the value of $50,000,000
x f see the obstruction on the Winter Olin Popinoff, a Russian businessman
| Park-Orlando road, and swerved into is here trying to place large or-

1 i the injury.woods, narrowly escaping serious ders Russian with government.several local firms for the W. S. BRANCH, The Arcade Book- and Music Store


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YACHT FRAMALIN DEPARTS FRANCE VOTES CASH FOR CAR- I II
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FOR NORTHERN CRUISE GOES SEIZED .
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r h II 35 DiscountFor
Daytona.-The yacht Framalin, Paris.-The French senate today ti" k'z CENT

which had been lying at Schmidt's unanimously appropriated $600,000 to

weeks be used by the minister of marine in
hotel dock for the past two .
payment for of neutral ves- rra
cargoes
departed Thursday of last week for I sels that have been seized, especially k. yn'a the benefit of our customers -
Jacksonville. The Framalin had on
that of the American steamship
|lof
board James Laughlin III., 1 1ttr
I.owner,
; Dacia. s? we will give a 25
L and wife, and Mrs. Laughlin's sister, ,
The Dacia formerly belonged to the
Miss Bessie Mahady, of Boston, Mass. cent cash discount
Hamburg-American Line. The vessel per on
)Ir. and Mrs. Laughlin have a winter %' r4.Ir'
was purchased by E. N. Breitung, of
home, Virginia Heights, at Orlando. I all sold the
goods during
i
j New York, and, changing her registry -
Mrs. W. B. Shaw and infant son accompanied -
I| sailed under the United States Y ,
Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin and ;: month of July and August.
(flag from Galveston, Texas, with a tr+ '
Miss Mahady to Jacksonville on the
: cargo of cotton consigned to Ger-
"acM, and Mr. Shaw joined them inthat r.var \
many. On reaching European waters .a tl
% city Sunday, going up by train. I
she was picked by a French crui-
The Framalin will make a leisurely up
ser and taken into Brest. A French Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
cruise north, touching at various
prize court, after hearing the case,
places en route. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
recommended that the French -
will visit Mrs. Shaw's former home, government DIRECTORS AND E1UBALMERS.
the
Trenton, N. J., and continue with Mr. I purchase cargo.

and Mrs. Laughlin to Nantucket, : :Aff4 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Ha.tllltlMtUililMtlMIIMIIMIIIMMMMtMtl .
FRANCE AND GERMANY AGREE
Mass., where Mr. Laughlin has a
ON EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS -
home. Much of the time, however,

will be spent in cruising along the

New England coast until the returnof IM lit*
Paris.-After long negotiations
the party next fall. During Mr. a
Shaw's absence Richard C. Porter will I France and Germany have agreed to
:exchange the doctors, chaplains, Attention Auto Owners! j |
be in charge of the San Juan garage. ;" ,
apothecaries, nurses, stretcher bear-

ers and administrative officers of the
IVY, NEW BELGIAN EMBLEM,

I DEFIES RULE OF GERMANS i I A sanitary number service of persons now held in this prisoners.category I AUTO SERVICE STATION I

I will be detained on each side sufficient -
Brussels.-The Belgians have sud- ,
only to minister to their wounded -
denly adopted the practice of wearing
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compatriots in the hospitals of
prays of ivy as an expression of loy- .their
alty to Belgium and the allies. opponents. Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil

Gen. von Bissing, the German mil- John Mason in "Jim, The Penman," at the Grand Theatre.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL CAR WASHED AND POLISHED
itary governor of Belgium, a few REAL ESTATEIn
I BRITISH IMPORTS MAKE GAIN WAR SUPPLIES LOST ON
$200,000
days ago issued an order prohibitingthe Prompt Service Personal Attention
display of Belgian colors as per- Court of County Judge, State of OF $89,180,000 IN JUNE FRENCH CRUISER
Florida, Orange Estate Hand Cars and Sold
sonal adornment. The Belgians County-In re Berlin.-A dispatch from Constan- Second Bought
i of Jane C. Gano, Lunatic.
obeyed the order, but the followingday Notice is hereby given to all whomit London.-The British Board of tinople to the Overseas News Agency :

almost every man, woman and may concern, that I, Emma Gano, Trade figures for the month of June announcing the sinking of the French Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager ; :

child blossomed out with an ivy spray, as guardian of Jane C. Gano, will, on show an increase in imports of $89- auxiliary cruiser Carthage off' Cape
the 10th day of August, A. D. 1915,
the significance of which, in the lan- apply to the Honorable Wm. Martin, 180,000. The principal increases were Helles, at the tip of the Gallipoli peninsula 11111111111111111111111111'llllll 11111 IIIIIIIIIIIII !

guage of flowers, is: "Attachment; County Judge in and for said county, in food, raw material and cotton. by a German submarine, says
united unto death." I at his office in Orlando, in said coun- The exports showed a decrease of that the vessel carried war material I

ty, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon $33,195,000, chiefly in manufactured valued at more than $200,000.The .

IMPROPER MESSAGES SENT, IS for thereafter authority as the to sell matter, at public can be or heard private -, articles, of which $7,500,000 was in ( French minister of marine on The J.\.4arket:

CHARGE MADE IN CAPITAL sale, the interest of Jane C. Ganoin cotton textiles. July 5 announced that the steamer
the following described real estate, Steps have been taken by the Brit- Carthage had been torpedoed and OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Washington, D. C.-Under author- of in said southeast county quarter, to-wit:of"North section half 30, ish authorities to prevent the further sunk by a German submarine on July OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

ity of an executive order issued by township 22 south, range 28 east and exportation from Great Britain of 4. Sixty-six members of the crew FRESH AND SALT MEATS

the president, on August 5, 1914, the southwest quarter of northwest quar- lead, spelter, antimony, nickel or any were saved. Six others were miss- beat
the sanitary conditions. _
ter, and northwest Kept under .
quarter of south- other metal in the manu-
department took charge of the necessary ing.)
navy west of from the flies and kept tab
quarter section 29, township Everything screened away ,
facture of munitions of
Sayville wireless station. Hereafterthe war. The French armored cruiser Jeanne
22 south, range 28 east; containing in I
station will be in charge of Amer- all 160 acres, more or less. Which d'Arc, according to the Overseas and pore. '
application will be based the BRITAIN FORBIDS EXPORTATION We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
ican naval officers and enlisted men 1 upon petition News Agency, has again bombardedthe
for such sale now on file in said OF JUTE YARNS AND everything in the Meat Line.
Turkish
will handle the transmission keys so J Court. town of Alexandretta, on

that it will be impossible to send un-1 Dated July 10, A. D. 1915. PIECE GOODS the gulf of Iskanderun. The Turkish

neutral messages to Germany. EMMA GANO, Guardian. London.-An order in council was authorities, the dispatch adds, refusedto H. lSelf' & Co.

.7-11-4t gazetted today prohibiting the expor- haul down the German flag flying PHONE NO.' 80 PINE STREET

Phone 333 for your fresh meats. Umbrellas recovered and repaired tation from Great Britain of jute over the German consulate, and it

Quality and service our motto. Cox's "while you wait," at Young's Repair yarns, jute piece goods, and bags and spas- ,shot down by the French warshp. IIIIP

Meat Market Church street. 6-22-tf ShOD. 21 1:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc sacks made of jute to any destination. I

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THE DAILY! GERMANY'S COLONIES in times of war Germany's colonieswere give it that touch of enduring charm
ARE DISAPPEARING. obvious points of weakness to which nothing else could, than high-
South Florida Sentinel . . . . the empire. They were incapable of ways punctuated at proper intervals

MORNING AND WEEKLY a WHAT GERMANY HAS LOST: ii self defense for any extended period with fine, well kept shade trees. Every -'
r'. Z:. GLENN .............._.....EdiUr and were within easy reach of the enemy's I county road would be a long perspective ;
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Builneas Manager I
i German Southwest Africa 322- country. They differed essen- of loveliness, restful to the
Entered at the protoffice Matter.at Orlando. Flor- i 450 square miles. a tially from the British colonies, and eye; body and soul and a source ofk,I KEEP COOLJ
Ida. a* Second Class Mail
i :Nearly. all of German East Africa a in a less degree from the French, constant pleasure to man and beast
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a 300,000 square miles (estimated from which both Great Britain and alike. The charm oft country life I .
Daily. 1 Year ........................ '5.00
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 S ), and all of Togoland France have drawn freely in men and would be much enhanced, and one of
Daily S Months ...................... i.25 i and Cameroons. a supplies for their armies in western the sure results of good modern roads 'i j
Daily, Month. ....................... .50
a Kiaochow the German possession af Europe and at the Dardanelles. At thus gracefully fringed would be an I
Weekly 1 Year ........_.............. $1.00 f
in Shantung. the first hostile attack the German improved standard of farms and farm BY SHOPPING ATDICKSONIVES c
IN I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE a :Nearly all the Marshall Islands; fi I colonial system was destined to melt houses, fora right thinking man
Samoa, Caroline and Mariana away like snow in the sun." would be ashamed to live in a squalid
ADVERTISERS:
i Islands; and German :New o shack surrounded by a patch of ill-
Copy far display and all other hand-set. a Guinea; aggregating 96,190 ONE THING GREAT tended crops rank with weeds, with
advertising mart be handea in at the ka in M
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. a square miles. ai BRITAIN HAS DONE. such evidence of superior civilization [ COMPANY ,
to the chance day before for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it U s i i iii s i o i sAn The British navy has been the right in front of him to force a humiliating -
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. event of vast moment occurred source of much criticism from all comparison every day in
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Friday of last week when the entire hands and from all sides during the the year.-Lakeland Telegram.
should notify the office in writing on German force in German Southwest progress of the war. It has been ridiculed o
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued it the regular subscnpfion rates Africa fell into the hands of Gen. and cursed. Paragraphers ACTIONS SPEAK

until Telephone notice Namb-r to stop .is...received................... 2'TUESDAY Louis Botha, Commander-in-chief of have poked fun at the Mistress of the LOUDER THAN WORDS.It The where the fastidious '
the army of the Union of South Africa. 'Seas; military experts have become is worth mentioning that since store most -
JULY 13, 191;). What disposition will be made of I disgusted; and even the British press Uncle Sam handed his first note to I gratify their tastes in
the richest African colony of Ger- :has censured and abused the inactiv- the German Kaiser there has not been may
When a woman does suffer in silence many has not been officially an- : ity of England's monster navy. a repetition of the Lusitania assassi- I all that is newest and latest from
she feels that she is entitled to nounced, but it will probably becomea However, an insignificant dispatch nation. Actions speak louder than
a life long pension. part of the South African Union, appearing recently disclosed a fact of words, sometimes, and in this connec- the Northern and Eastern Markets.
o comprising 470,000 square miles. considerable importance. Accordingto tion the recent German note, while
Justice is represented as being Gen. Botha's military operations in this dispatch 20,000 ships have left unsatisfactory, is about all one can Below are some of the latest arri-
blindfolded, but the probabilities are German Southwest Africa have been or entered Liverpool port since the hope for or expect. I
she sometimes peeps. brilliant. After suppressing the rebellion beginning of the German blockade, An infuriated man attacked from I vals:
o against British authority in and of this immense number only all sides is not in any frame of mindto rI,
Fireworks can now be bought at the South African Union, led by Gen. TWENTY-NINE HAVE FALLEN speak gently or use an apologetic I
bargain prices-but who wants fire- Christian de Wet and Gen. Christian VICTIMS TO THE GERMAN SUB- speech.
works in mid-summer. Frederick Beyers, Gen. Botha invaded MARINES.At However, it is interesting to observe Awning Stripe Voiles
o German territory in February last. the present time and since the that since the first note was

People who saved up for a "rainy His forces captured Olymbingue on beginning of the war Great Britain handed across the sea to the Impe- Those bewitching new Voiles. Awning
day" in this section are now spend- May 4. Two days later it was an- has perhaps not taken as active a rial German Government no enemy
ing it on 1916 models. nounced that he had occupied the important part in land operations as France or ships laden with Americans have been stripes a-plenty, and the new Rainbow stripes as 1
o railway junction of Karibib Russia, yet on several occasions the sunk; no trans-Atlantic liners have well. 1
Gratitude does not cost a blamed and other stations after a march of Canadian and British soldiery leapedto been torpedoed; and the submarinewar
All are !imported English Voiles soft and
cent, yet some people are mighty thirty-five miles over a waterless the front and in a crisis saved the has not been so savage. ,
stingy .about exhibiting it. waste, during which the troops suf- day or broke up a sudden onrush of Even a let-up in under sea slaughter sheen gossimer with sheen and finish of silk.
\ 0 I fered severely from heat, thirst and Teutons. is something of a victory for delightfully cool and attractive, 36 and! 40 inch wile! !
.. To do and then talk is better than hunger. Winkhoek, the capital, fell Vast sums of money have been ad- American diplomacy whether the sec- :
talk of what you are going to do, be- I on May 13 without being defended; it vanced from the Britain vaults. Ger- ond German note is satisfactory or Price 25c 35c and 40c yd t
cause it will never be done. is a town of 15,000 people, 12,000 be- man's gold was stored in a till; Eng- unsatisfactory.THE ,
o ing natives.In land's vast wealth was loaned o ..
There is a great deal of pinching the Boer war Gen. Botha was throughout the world. Since the open- PERFECT MAN
poverty in Mexico and now Huerta the most aggressive as well as the ing of the war Germany has loweredits
There is a man who never saidA
knows what it is to be pinched. most elusive of Oom Paul's com- pile of gold; Great Britain has word that was unkind; Fashions Latest Caprice. '
o manders. When the Boers were defeated called in her tremendous loans from Who never gambles, never flirts;
Matrimony is much like a war, the "at a price that staggered humanity all corners of the world. And He's shuns all sinful snares,- New floral Denim and Cretonne the latest fad
i t men have to be conscripted and many ," Botha swore allegiance to But better than money or land activities paralyzed.
t f of them would like to hire a substi- the British crown. His ability and I Great Britain has accom- There is a man who never doesA for skirts. Wide range of colors to select from.

1 tute. loyalty have made him premier of plished something heretofore unprec- thing that is not right; 35c to 50c yard. ...
o the Union of South Africa as well as edented in world's history. She has His wife can tell just where he is
Just as soon as two warring factions generalissimo of its forces.It kept open the high seas and main- At He's morning dead.LE'ITERS. noon or night,-
. in Mexico start to talk peace, is now expected that a large con- tained commerce between allied ports o-
some one else starts a new revolu- tingent of Gen. Botha's army will be and shut off Germany's supplies. She TO THE SENTINEL
tion. sent to France and another contin- has exterminated from the high seas, Editor Sentinel-To every one who Beldings Guaranteed Taffetas.
a gent to German East Africa. absolutely and positively, all German in any way helped in passing the
There seems to be quite a difference The immensity of Gen. Botha's merchantmen vessels cruisers and state wide vital statistics law, enact-
between the girl who is simply per- achievement can not be overestimated. ships of all classes. ed by the legislature at its last session Black white and all the prevailing shades.
fect and the girl who is perfectly German Southwest Africa is locatedon The figures given out from the Liv- is due the thanks of Florida. We desire to call your special attention to these -

simple. the west coast of Africa, extending erpool port show very plainly that Health authorities, and civic social silks as they are the latest the markets afford. I
u from the Orange river to the Cu- Germany, despite her submarine war- and commercial organizations-na-
.. . .
Some of the seashore resorts have nene river, about 900 miles. It lies fare, has not been able to break Eng- tional, state and municipal-and- num- At $1.50 yard.
prohibited short bathing suits this between Poutuguese West Africa and land's command of commerce. The erous individuals interested in public per
season. Probably on account of the Cape Colony, extending eastward to war can never hope to end victoriously health, have freely given encourage-
cold weather. the British sphere. The area is 322- for the Kaiser as long as Great ment, advice and help in moulding the
o 450 square miles. The population is Britain continues to dominate the sea. sentiment which made possible this
While the grouch never has any 79,556, chiefly Hottentots and Bush- Why did not the British navy escort legislation. Summer Needs for Men.
friends it must be remembered that men. The European population in the Lusitania into port, is a question Especially are the many municipalities -
he has the satisfaction of keepingthe 1913 was 14,816, of whom 12,292 were frequently asked. In a possible mo- of the state, and the members of Attractive Stocks and Prices
bores away. Germans. The military force, includ- ment of abstraction Lloyd-George remarked .their governments, where the model]
a ing police, is given in the latest reports that to have done so would ,ordinance has been enacted, to be congratulated Make out list of Men's
It's a poor rule that won't work as 2,992.Germany's have been to reveal the whereaboutsof I and thanked, for to their your
both ways. Some people don't believe colonial empire is fast the British navy. initiative and example, more than to furnishings Suits Hats Shirts
half they hear, and some don't hear slipping away. From the first Ger- In this connection, how many trans- any other factor, is to be ascribed the ,
half they believe.' many has not made a success of colonization ports laden with Britons crossing the successful end. Underwear Shoes etc. and come
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a because of her "mailed fist." channel into France have been victims The new statute follows the model ,
A Bagdad man committed suicide of German submarines? Not a law section for section, and almost here with perfect confidence that
this week over worry about taxes. It Under the caption, "The Last of single one. When Great Britain desires word for word, and such changes as
t, is conceded that death is the only way Germany's Colonies," the New York to get a ship through it goes were made, were in almost every instance you are getting the best values Orlando }
to escape taxation. World editorially remarks: through and all the German subma- improvements suggested by
o "With the surrender of the Ger rines at the Kaiser's command have experts from experience with similar has to offer.
"Our country! In her intercoursewith man forces in German Southwest not stopped this spirit. The Anglo-
foreign nations may she alwaysbe Africa the last remnants of his colo- Saxons' teeth are long and sharp. laws.When this new law is in operation, I
in the right; but our country, rightor nial empire have been lost to the Kai- They are in the fight to stay. I each person and each social, politicaland
wrong.-Stephen Decatur.An ser, except possibly corners of Ger- o commercial body of the state will The new sport shirt in all the newest colors *rd
o man East Africa. "DIMMER" ORDINANCE sooner or later be brought to realize patterns. The latest summer tad at
Atlanta man wants to exchangea "It is barely thirty years since IS NEEDED. the great boon of individual birth and
cemetery lot for an automobile. But Germany, under Bismarck, entered i Wouldn't it be a good thing for the death records, and the value of all $1.50
should he get the car he may have upon its policy of colonial expansionin city dads to draft a "dimmer" ordi- the statistics of the vital events of
more use for the cemetery lot. Africa and the South Seas. In ten nance for automobile lights and haveit the lives of Floridians as personaland Just arrived: the new Palm Beach snits in black
o months it has been stripped bare of passed immediately. Lights, blind- community data. and while silk stripe.
The preachers will have to go some its possessions, and the work has been ing lights, are a menace to the pub- This law marks the beginning of
to make their sermons as interestingand done, except in China, by British and lic. They blind a driver and result in' the end which has been hoped and $10.00 value for $7.50
draw the crowds that congregateon French colonial forces. mishaps and sometimes serious acci- worked for since the State Board of
the different beaches Sunday. "Within a month of the beginningof dents. Other cities have dimmer ordi- Health of Florida was established in
the war the British had occupied nances. Why hasn't Orlando one? 1889, for through it can be confidently
The common drinking cup and tow- Togo, on the west coast of Africa, lying 0 expected complete and accurate vital
el were given a body blow when the between the Gold Coast, British JANE ADDAM'S statistics of all the people of the LadiesReadytowear.Dresses .
state board of health issued an order territory, and the French colony of STATEMENTS.The state.

, forbidding their use in the public Dahomey. Kamerun was easy prey young men in these warring JOSEPH Y. PORTER, in Lawn, Batiste, Voile and Linen in a
schools of Indiana. for the French, who were in a posi- countries say: "Ah, the bayonet State Health Officer and Registrarof I ,
o tion to invade it from either side charge-that is what we dread!" You Vital Statistics. good range of Patterns to choose from
Orlando wants to have camphortrees from French Nigeria and the French know, they make their men drunk before for $3.89.DicksonIves
planted all along its various Congo. Kiaochow, the German strong- they can get them to charge. ,WAS IT A NEW KIND OF DRINKOn $7.50 ones go .
highways. Then when a tourist getsa hold in Shantung, held out obstinatelyfor They give them beer in Germany, rum I Saturday E. G. Kent posted a
whiff of the odor he can ejaculate, some weeks against the Japanese in England and absinthe in France.- lithograph on Field's entrance below
"That's what I camphor!" Don'ttouch who also sent a naval force to seize I Jane Addams.A which was a card reading: "Joyland,
the bulldog Willie, he's teeth- Jaluit, the key to the Marshall German soldier drunk on beer Sunday." Yesterday morning a well
ing.-Palm Beach Post. Islands. Expeditionary forces from would make an interesting rathskeller known local man came along, studied
o New Zealand and Australia last fall exhibit. But where does the absinthe the sign for a moment and went into
Divorce on Wednesday, remarriageof .occupied Samoa, the Caroline and Ma- come from? Will not the Fields. "Say, Archie," he remarked, CO
the former wife on Thursday; remarriage riana Islands and German New French soldiers who do not have to !I "I'd like to try one of those new
of the ex-husband on Satur- Guinea. make bayonet charges complain ofI SUNDAYS."
day. A connubial comedy of the news "German East Africa was exposed discrimination under the government
suggesting that possibly it is a wasteof to attack from British East Africa on I order forbidding its use? Miss Ad- Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Larson and little -
good language to argue the pointof the north and to blockade from the dams's facts in this case have a really son, Frank, Jr. who have been visiting -
making things easier.-New York sea. Although the British made slow fictional interest.-New York World. Mr. Larson's parents, Mr. and .DEPARTMENT STORti"

. World. progress there, and at least one expe- a Mrs. O. N. Larson, left yesterday afternoon ...
o dition of theirs came to grief, the MORE ABOUT HIGHWAY over the Atlantic Coast Line. !
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Orlando's Board of Trade appears German colony was doomed from the BEAUTIFICATION.Public Mrs. Larson and son will go to the ORLANDO'S
actually at work on a building to cost day war was declared. A formidableBoer sentiment in Orange county, Carolinas and Virginia an extended The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -
with the site and equipment from uprising in South Africa for stimulated by the newspapers, is rap- visit with relatives while Mr. Larson of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise f
$35,000 to 40000. And thus does an- some months stayed Gen. Botha's idly taking form in behalf of sys- returned to Jacksonville where he at right prices
other city with its splendid staying hand, but it was only a question of tematic tree planting along the coun- holds a responsible position with the
qualities swing ahead, while St. Pe- time that the Germans in German ty roads. Nothing in its way could be Clyde Line.
tersburg's much advertised Concor- Southwest Africa should yield to superior better than such a policy carried into
I dium -well, sleeping.-St. Peters- forces. execution, and no one thing could do SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for
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Tuesday, July 13. gram was a very pleasant variationof I .... HMIIMi
Dance at'EfreJloof Garden, given by the usual devotional service, and a x TODAY'S PROGRAM
the "Big Ten." good crowd attended.
The board of governors of the Associated r "The Phantom on the Hearth." A
Charities will meet at the --<>- wr Kay Bee special feature, in two parts. I / ? "ji'\\
San Juan hotel at ten o'clock today, PRETTY PORCH "Izzy and the Detective." A Reliance -
instead of at 4 o'clock in the after- PARTY YESTERDAY. comedy of a sleuth who got the I= .
!n rtlm :
noon, as previously announced. Mrs. W. C. McLean yesterday afternoon wrong man. .:#t; + '
Younger Matrons Club, Mrs. Gordon "His Luckless Love. A Keystone '
Wright, hostess. charmingly entertained at a comedy. *
Wednesday, July 14. porch party, the guests playing auction Daniel Frohman presents the Five cents to all. ? .i!
a
Young Matrons, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., bridge. An ice cream course was Eminent Star "Dew drop in."

tf.ostess.deception. served. The porch was decorated in JOHN MASONIn o WHAT MEN LIKE 0 J x
at the Baptist church for
the eighty new members recently ferns and caladiums. Those presentwere the International Dramatic TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .:
Is a question that often puzzles women folks who wish to make
Triumph
received. Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. W. G.
some mere male a gift. If those ladies will look at
Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p. m. Johnson, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mrs. I WANTED-Second hand cash register. our collection ,
Thursday, July 1:;. A. R. Bogue, Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Miss Apply J., care Sentinel. of scarf pins, cuff links, shirt studs, etc., they will be gazing at
Subscription dance at Country Club. 7-13-lt just the gifts every man appreciates. For they are for manlymen
Tampa-Orlando golf tournament in Rita Lawton, and Miss Cynthia Mc- _.
afternoon. Kee. .p who know what is what. Come and look at the collection. _;
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
-0- -o-- Apply 5 East South street.
ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS '
BOYS, LISON-l\IITCIIELL 7-13-St ,
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ATTENTION.The WEDDING SUNDAY. 16. .
FOR SALE-Seven Abbott- ozRemember "
Tri-Mu's, a class of boys in the Sunday evening Mrs. Mary J. Roli- passenger
Detroit car, fully equipped, fine condition -
First church son and John T. Mitchell, both of Or- '
Baptist
are going on a ; $550; or will take Hood Ford
camp to Wekiwa Springs. We will lando, were united in marriage by Dr. and some cash. Box 93, Orlando. two coats of Patton's

leave on Tuesday morning and come Poulson. The ceremony was per- 7-13-6t Velumina gives results equal to threeor
back Saturday morning. AH boys in formed after the evening service, and four coats of ordinary flat wall
the class who wish to with will took place in the ladies' parlor of the FOR SALE FOR CASH-Three ice paints. Remember, it needs no size -j
us
go
boxes, frame bed, iron crib, set of or surfacer, flows easily, shows no '
please be at the Baptist church cor- church. Congratulations and best "JIM THE PENMAN"One dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice laps or brush marks, gives a rich, -,.
ner at seven o'clock Tuesday morning.On wishes are being extended to the hap- cream freezer. Phone 100 or 75. uniform tone and dries with a film, '_.\
of the most notable charac-
Thursday afternoon we will havean py couple by their many friends. 7-13-tf washable and durable. ;
terizations of the present dra- Agents for high-grade varnishes,
YAR ISN
atMetic field day and all boys not paints and
matic era. FOR SALE-Ford touring car, practically wallpaper. j
over eighteen years old are welcometo SOCIETY NOTESOF new, fully equipped with
come and enter the events, which INTEREST. shock absorbers, electric lights, self- W4L.III1NT-

will be as follows: Master Francis Phillips, son of Mr. at starter Ford, bumper Garage., etc. See Mr.7-13-31 Hutton, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

100 yards dash; prize, stick pin, do- and Mrs. Thomas Phillips, entertaineda *** '
nated by Mr. Geo. Phillips. .* I / 205 S. Orange Avenue 1
few of his friends
50 yards dash; prize, pocket knife, Saturday at a r rr' FOR RENT-Seven passenger auto-
donated by Mr. C. E. Strong. party in honor of his fourth birthday + mobile for rent. Daytona Beach Phone 261
Half mile run; prize, necktie, do- anniversary.The parties of six, $3 each. Trips in city, COLEMAN & RHAN
nated by Mr. Frank Regero. 25 cents each. Murray Auto Service.
Running broad jump; prize, book, regular subscription dance will Phone 542, Gem Barber Shop, Orange
'I donated by Dr. Poulson. be given at the Country Club Thurs- avenue; residence phone, 1024 ring 2.

Standing broad jump; prize, book, day night. 7-13-6t
donated by Mr. T. B. Phillips. NEW
ICE
Throwing baseball; .prize, league Mrs. Blythe Watson will be at home FIVE GREAT REELS GRAND WAS PACKED LAST COMPANYi
baseball, donated by Mr. W. S. Friday, 3:30 p. m., July 17. "Bridge." NIGHT
ranch. 10 cents. 20 cents 0
Charles Chaplin in "His New Job" PHONE 675
Running high jump; prize, rosebush !
donated by Mr. W. H. Brokaw. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meistermannand attracted hundreds last evening at ar

Relay race, six boys in each team; I Mrs. Soper, left Orlando on the the Grand theatre. The Chaplin night ...
prize, 1 quart of ice cream, donated early Coast Line train this morningfor is proving one of Manager Tallman's I .. ..: )
by Orlando
Pharmacy.
Three Hampton Springs, Fla., where : strong features. "Charlie" was even
legged race; prize, 2 knives,
donated by Helms Hardware company they expect to spend several weeks. ROOf GARDrNTODAY better in the play last night than the Delivery starts

and Guernsey Hardware company. Mrs. Ira Wetherby, who has beenat one two weeks ago. He will appearat 4

bathing 50 yards suit,swimming donated by race Mr.; ti.prize 11. the Florida Sanitarium for medical the Grand in another two weeks ina Monday July 5th i

Uelisario. treatment for the past three weeks, feature said to be his best. Watch ,
,
On Friday afternoon we challengeany returned yesterday afternoon to her for the announcement of this play.

boys not over eighteen to a baseball home at Hillyards Island very much

game, to take place at 3 o'clock. improved in health.N. SKATING RINK
Wait for
V. Hawthorne, of Plant City, Ladies session at Skating Rink our wagon. We think you will
Tuesday and Friday morning. Ladies
AN INTERESTING' was among the pleasant callers at only. No men allowed in the building, like our ioe. ;
LEAGUE SERVICE. the Sentinel yesterday. He is here except instructors. 7-13-lt

At the Sunday evening devotional for the purpose of interesting students -

--- service of the Epworth League a special I in one of the best institutionsof -
song service, or "Evening With 4[ learning in the South, Mercer Uni- "THE WHITE TERROR"In

Old Hymns," was enjoyed. Severalof versity, at Macon, Ga. Mr. Haw- Four Big Acts. A BroadwayStar FEANK A. CURTIS
the oldest and most familiar hymns 1 thorne will remain in this section for {WILLIAM R..O'NFAL

were sung, and there were interesting several days. Feature with Allen Holu-

histories of two of these. Miss Eliza Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Shanibarger, of bar, Hobart Henley, Frances Established 1886
Wright gave a history of "Jesus, Pine Castle were made happy on

Lover of My Soul," which was very I Sunday by the appearance of a nice Nelson, Wm. Welsh, Howard

interesting and instructive. L. O. little gentleman who came to visit

Curry, secretary of the League, gave them from Babyland, and who hopesto Cramptoh. <
CURTIS
an enlightening history of the .familiar make his home with them for years & O'NEAL

hymn, "Rock of Ages." Another and
: years to come. Friend Shanibarger r
of the most pleasant featuresof is a successful horticulturist and

the evening's program was a trom- trucker and was sorely in need of INSURANCE LOANS

bone solo, "A Me:<>dy in F," which some one to help him, and as a conse- Pair of Ladies Silk Hose given

was rendered by Donald C. Helms. I quence of the gentleman's arrival, he
Miss Elmina Gould, the accomplished is .almost too happy to be comfortable away tonight at nine o'clock. REAL ESTATE )RENTALS

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, THAT WE LOVE IN $5,000 STOCK OF SHOES A NEAT SHOP FOR PLUMBING EMDEN WILL.. BE FLOATED AND'

i FLORIDA BUSINESS ON WEST PINE EXHIBITED AT SYDNEY
i l Saturday witnessed the launchingof STREET I We Make Good I

!, I've cruised the Ocklawaha, another new business in Orlando, I Sydney, N. S. .-The departmentof
And Apalache Bay; as T. II. Wilson opened for businesson defense has awarded a contract for
Camped on the KissimmeeFor On West Pine street Jake Burk- I
many a night and day; I that day in one of the newly re hart is building a neat shop which he the salving of the German cruiser Anything you purchase from us that is not in
Shot ducks on Lake Apopka, modelled Boardman rooms on Orange Emden, which was sunk off Cocos i
will use for his plumbing business. I"
And Tahopekalipa, too; Mr. Wilson has installed first-class: condition. Our aim is to
Caught bass in Okeechobee, 1 avenue. a The building is small but will provide Island[ in the Indian ocean, by the I give you
complete and thoroughly up to date Australian cruiser The I I
Sydney. contractors -
Enjoyed a venison stew; sufficient room for the purpose for ;
And from the broad Matanzas, $5,000 stock of shoes and hosiery and which it is being built. Mr. Burkhartis say the raider can be easily I First Class Goods Lowest Possibl Prices tj

.. Way down to Tampa Bay, will endeavor to give to the people of showing foresight in establishing floated and will be here by Christmas.The j
There's no spot I haven't covered the city the latest and best of every- Emden will be exhibited.
Service
Before my hairs turned gray. a business in this location and has Prompt Courteous
in his line.
thing
The famous Indian River-
the well wishes of the Sentinel for
Finest for a cruise, success. NEW DESTROYER LAUNCHED Treatment
: The home of clumsy pelican ;BRITISH HOLD WHIP HAND,CORRESPONDENT
The stately crane and goose.*
(There are no alligatorsOn WRITES WILSON LINER IS SUNK Philadelphia.-The United States

1 Alligator Reef), torpedo boat destroyer Conynghamwas This Is Your Grocery
But on the Withlacoochee London.-The British press representative .-The Wilson Line steamship launched at Cramps' Shipyardsin
They are as thick as beef. in of the bat- this city today. She chris-
Also along the Suwanee a description Guido, from Hull for Archangel, was
And Chokoliskee Bay, tle of Gully Ravine on June 28, which Russia, was sunk off the coast of tened by Anna Conyngham Stevens, We want your help in making this the larg-
You and see one the allied line ten old, descendant of Capt.
can go placed diagonallyacross Scotland yesterday by a German sub- years a
At any hour of the day. the instep of the boot of Gal- marine. Gustavus Conyngham, who achieved est and best Grocery in the city. Come in arid
On Onoshohatchee River,
x Wild turkeys do abound, lipoli by rushing forward a mile on The crew was saved. fame as the commander of a pri- look the stock over. Get prices Feel at home.If .
And in the same vicinity the allies' left wing, emphasizes the vateer which preyed on British ship
Wild hogs are often found. great moral effect on the British Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dann and son, ping during the revolutionary war. we please you tell others, if we don't tell us.

For For which quail and the nimrod deer and yearns other, things forces who, he says, "now feel that Charles, motored to Orlando on Tuesday The Conyngham is expected to havea

Try Lake Istokpoga, they at length have got the whip afternoon and Mr. Dann states speed of 291-2 knots an hour.

And the Tomoka by turns; hand of the Turks." that the Boggy Creek road, which
For bear and wild-cat.and the like,
Try Halpatiok, route they took, was badly torn up WHAT HE WOULD DO Our Grocery Co.
And if you don't find what you want, DR. KITSEE IN NEW YORK ON by the heavy travel to Kissimmee for
Just send a "line" to me; MYSTERIOUS TRIP the big celebration. He counted no The class in hygiene was taking an
For I can tell you all the spots less than three machines which were examination. 6 and 8 East Pine Streets
From Tallahassee south,
Way down to Cape Sable Philadelphia.-Dr. Isadore Kitsee stuck in the mud and one of these he "What would you do' if the room PHONE 200 ORLANDO FLA.
And up to St. John's mouth, today went to New York in connec- helped to pull out.-Kissimmee Valley was stuffy and hot?" was one of the .
Across from the SebastianTo tion with his secret wireless inven- Gazette. questions."Go .

Sarasota Bay, tion. He was most mysterious about outside," wrote one of the stu
And after you have been there, A ,
You'll! surely want to stay. his trip."I Sentinel Want Ads Pay. dents.-Indianapolis News.
Domestic goose.L. have been told by officials of
L, in St. Record. -- SELLINGHAY
Augustine .
the United States government that I .
must say nothing about this matter
YOUR NEW SUIT 0
now," Dr. Kitsee explained. !

Some of the Things Your Friends Say I I I
ANNUAL STATE ENCAMPMENT I
When You Get a New Suit GRAINFEED
SPANISH WAR VETS
f

"It looks like it was cut out by a i FEEDFLOUR
Jacksonville, Fla.-Final
butcher." I arrange- -
ments were made last evening by H
"Those $10 suits look rather good
--. Mayor Thomas M. Woodruff, Camp \
at first, don't they?"
No. 4, United Spanish War Veterans, Is Our Business 1
"Well, I suppose you'll make this
for the annual state
I encampmentwhich UL
one last for three years, too.
is to be held here July 27. '"
"It doesn't seem to hang right, butI
ORLANDO>. Message The Co-Operative Produce Co.
suppose that's the fault of your To the BusIness
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Betts and their No.1.
shape and not of the suit.
charming little daughter, Eunice, of Men of Orlando W. S. DeWITT. M'g'r. N.. 10 East Church Street PHONE 447
"Oh, is that your new suit? I'm
I Winter Park, were the guests of Mrs.
glad I you told me, old man, because I
never would have known it." I F. W. Brady, 222 Orlando avenue, Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is I- I.
lover the fourth. They are old friends the lack of local pride. People who live in a live, prosperous town
"Why didn't they make it accordingto
of Mr. and Mrs. Brady, both families show it. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their
this ?
year's styles
having lived in Texas and came to homes are well painted. -
"Well, of course, if YOU'RE satisfied I
-!" :i Florida three years ago, settling at Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like paint- ORLANDO ROOFING

"How did you get it so dirty so I Winter Park. Mr. Betts is in the hungry buildings. Let's paint up. -As the most durable and
realty business. They motored here AND
economical recommendDutch
soon? What's that? Oh, I didn't paint, we
:and were all much
impressed
realize those spots are part of the very
;with the city.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- SHEET METAL CO.
design.
I zette. Boy Atlantic White Leadand


OVERLOOKING SOMETHING NOTICE Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos .
Cassidy (visiting warshipIvrytime ) I Dutch Boy linseed oil, mixed right on the'job,to suit the Job. Have your ,
that big gun is fired, Dinny, The co-partnership of R. C. Mc- painter tint it any color you wish. Consult your paint dealer on that job of
and Rubber
sivin hundred dollars in I Cracken and W. E. Gore, Jr., known painting you have in mind. Today's the day. Roofings \
goes up the Orlando
I as Skating Rink, has
smoke. been mutually dissolved, W. E. Gore, NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY *
Cornices Metal
Skylights,.Healing, Ventilating, Ceilings
Conley-Glory be! Why don't they I Jr., buying R. C. McCracken's inter- : __________ i
smokeless powder-Puck. est in the skating rink, and R. C.
use I McCracken buying W. E. Gore, Jr.'s,
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOWE
interest in the soda fountain. After : -
A LONG FELT WANTA this date W. E. Gore, Jr., will have I
full charge of the skating rink and
Sabetha man, Doc Tennal reports R. C. McCracken will have full chan
is working hard to perfect a of the soda fountain. CAREY HAND T
R. c. MCCRACKEN.W. .
device by which an umbrella can be
E. GORE. JR.
opened only by its owner.KansasCity i Orlando, Fla., July 8, 1915. DELIVER THE GOODS

Star. 7-10-tfc I FUNERAL DIRECTOR Orlando and Service

SKATING RINKLadies' 1 AND EMBALMER Delivery Messenger I

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session at Skating Rink Tuesdayand All calls answered Promptly Dayor FOR QUICK SERVICE i!i


Friday mornings. Ladies only--- Night. Hand Block.

no men allowed in building except 'in Orlando Florida.PHONE PHONE 444 i ii 1
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structors. 639., RESIDENCE PHONE 457, Good and Bad Cigar Stores i

Open 10 A. M. to 12 M., 2:30: P. M. to 6 P. M., i ir

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FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES I Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red Finley's Pioneer Paint StoreCorner

: Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished Pine and Court St. Phone 67

Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price.I Single and en Suite We have the best men and the best equipment to do .

Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold the best work. The best is the cheapest ..

I Shower Baths Free to guests
Watermelons and Georgia Can- Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flafkoat

1 Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week :
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taloupes on Ice .. Dinners 50 cents '

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dumber Laihs and Shingles To reduce our stock as much as pos-I I I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR
SENTINELWANTS sible by the 15th, will give a discountof FINAL DISCHARGEIN
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store- Ham- Court of County Judge Orange I
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf County, State of Fiorida-In re
Estate of Martin J. Meyer.
i NOTICE TO PAYING CONTRACTORSSealed Notice is hereby given, to all whomit

proposals will be received by the may concern, that on the day
bounty Commissioners of Orange County of A. D. 1915, I shall apply .
State of Florida. at the office of the Clerkof to the Honorable Wm. Martin,
The Morning Sentinel Want the Circuit Court of Orange County at
Directory is the Greatest Orlando. Florida at or before 2 P. M. Monday judge of said court, as judge of pro-
Want
s. ORLANDO Ad Medium in August 2nd. 1915 for grading and paving bate,for my final discharge as admin-
Orlando. with second quality brick two miles and istratrix of the estate of Martin J.
Terms He-quarter between Orange from and Oakland Lake to Counties.the dividing line :Meyer: deceased, and that at the same
Cash in Advance.
time I will present to said court
Proposal Number One my
Cement Agatfle Plaster and Lime For grading and paving with second quality final accounts as administratrix of
RATES brick with 2x8 heart pine curb; pavement tobe said estate, and ask for their 0
For One Day ___________-_23t nine feet wide between boards and grouted proval. ap
For Three _______ with a mixture of one part cement and one
Days ____50c part sand. Dated March 11, A. D. 1915.
r: For Six Days ----___________75c Proposal Number Two NORA B. MEYER Administratrix.
For One Month --__________$ .50 To include grading and paving with sea 3-24-6mo
This rate applies on all ads of and> quality brick using cement curb four
inches wide and ten inches in depth according -
25 words or less. If the ad con- to the specifications for brick highwaynow .
tains more than 25 words the rate in use in Orange County roads; width of
will be one cent per word for pavement from out to out to be nine feet.

I each additional word, for each in- For grading Proposal and paving Number with Three second quality ARCADEA
sertion.If brick; brick to be wire cut lug grouted with
you can't bring your ad to a 2x8 heart pine curb; width of pavement
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- between boards to be nine feet.
Proposal Number Four
counts opened by telephone will be For grading and paving with second quality MILKtJ i
REMEMBERr payable the following day. brick: brick to be wire cut lug. grouted with
a 4x10 concrete curb: width of pavementfrom
out to out to be nine feet I
Every Home-Every Business- Proposals must be presented in sealed envelopes
Every Man has use for a endorsed on the outside with the DEPOTBUTTER
Sentinel Want Ad. I number of proposal which is made. Each
proposal must be accompanied by a certified
check in the sum of $250.00 to be executed
-- -- upon a State or National Bank and payableat
sight to the order of the Clerk: of the Circuit -
FOR SALE Court.
The successful bidder or bidders will be MILK \ A
required to give bond in
the
sum of Five
FOR SALE-Bicycle, in good condi- i
Thousand (5000.00 Dollars such bond to be
tion; terms cash; price reasonable. executed by a Surety Company to be approved Fresh Every Day. "
Apply 307 East Pine. 7-10-3t* by the County Commissioners.The 5c. per glass
County Commissioners
reserve the rightto
reject any and all bids. 25c. per gallon
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Attractive M. O. OVERSTREET. Chairman Board of
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- I house and lot in Kalamazoo, Mich., County Commissioners. CREAM AND MILK
B. M. ROBINSON Clerk Circuit CourtG.
worth $4,500 modern improvements
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tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best paved street; central location; in city RAMSEY. Highway Engineer. 77&11Don't BUTTER
of 45,000. Would consider Orlando Fresh Homemade
fuel. residence property in trade. Address
Box 37, Winter Park. 7-11-6t* SANDWICHESPIES
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. :
AND CAKES
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or Forget Us
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be glad unfurnished, 7 room house; large
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% when in .
of by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit
it.If and flowers. 205 Liberty street. ARCADE MilK DEPOT
your gas service is not all that you think it should be 6-19-lmoc need of

Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
and wind shield, at Ford Garage.

w I 7-3-tf JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction SURVEYINGPlating

FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof
the best trucking and fruit farmsin and Sub-Dividing
Prosper Colony consisting of 25
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for PROMPT AND ACCURATE--
.... cash if sold this month. A good crop GuaranteedOur WORK _.-->
I on the place will go with it. The m

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO ., sons place for will selling.bear inspection.If interested Good rea-ad- Pricesare HAL-A7 IRISH ,,

dress Box 57. The place is in sightof '
depot, church school and brick reas.o!!- -.- .' _** Civil Engineer .
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GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial road. FOR SALE 7-8-d6t-wklylt i able. 47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.

SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER -
CAR. THIS IS A BAR-
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD "Quality" Our,
CAR IIUR Y. BOX 567. 6-15-tf. Week End
I
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract MpttoI
one quarter mile from city limits; Rates
fine for citrus subdivision
.. very or pur-
'- poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
6-9-tf From ORLANDODAYTONA
r Connoisseurs Have

r FOR SALE-Wagon, buggy and har-
1 ness; also a one-horse plow and cultivator Passed JudgmentOn
good as new; and a 100 egg
incubator. These articles will go $2.30NEW
Sale cheap. Address, G. A. Branson 600
Gore avenue or call at residence on our work and pronounce it to SMYRNA
South Parramore street. 7-7-6t be the most satisfactory obtain- $1.85 !

FOR SALE-I have five Berkshire- able, not only in Orlando, but in
Poland China spring hogs left, at every section where they have ORMOND
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 $6.50 apiece. Will let the bunch go travelled. Take advantage of $2.50 ..
# for $30. Speak quick. Others are best institutions.
sold. Blue ribbon stock. Try else- your vu -
And continuing for two weeks where, then see me. C. E. Filbert
Pine Castle.

FOR RENT 7-7-6t Orlando : Atlantic Coast LineStandard


I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Steam Laundry

mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A.
PHONE 88
Yancey. 3-28-tfc Railroad of the South

On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- Tickets sold for all trains Satur-

nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
Kimonas and House Dresses Knox. 7-9-tf
CLINT BASSPHONE ited to return by midnight of

WANTED following Tuesday.For .

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at WANTED lady companion for an West Jefferson 375 Street
elderly lady. A good home and a Information Call on

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES from small Orlando.remuneration.Call A 200 short West distance South Successor to D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.

street. 7-10-3t W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
Hand Wood CompanyWood
I OrlandoOSTEOPATH
Come and look]at our line I WANTED and light dairy
wagon, cheap. Address Box 524. [ of All Kinds
7-ll-3t

SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. r MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his PROMPT SERVICE

real estate office from the Guernsey REASONABLE PRICE*
WINTER GARDEN FLA. block, which is being remodelled to
the San Juan hotel, in first room DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
I south of the hotel lobby, until his
office is completed in the Guernsey Office corner Orange Avenue and
building. Mr. Giles will be glad to Cut Flowers t Jhurch St., Davis & McNeil Bldg,
: see his customers and friends at his Phone 419.
new location. 7-11-6tc

BUYERS AND SELLERSI and Plants
Colollial l ] Hill buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over Floral Designs
EXCEPTIONAL OFFER $20,000,000. Call and see me.
10'-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

Whenever you want the best and
You hear about Co- choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Coxon DR. L H. RAMSDELL
I Church street and your order will Violet Dell Florist.

IJ J Beautiful. lot on Lake Lucerne lonial Hills. be promptly filled. 6-22-tf .. ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, FLORIDA
p'I FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best 7TE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
I
property at Pine Castle for cottageor J. &1. CARUTHERSPhone AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAI
with plenty of Foliage You read about Colo- bungalow in Orlando. We trade .REPAIMHO
real estate anywhere. Pine Castle 509. 408 South Lake St.
nial Hills. Realty Co., Pine Castle Fla.
and Trees. 7-ll-6t*

You talk about Colo- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

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

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

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

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

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

faction and pressed ____________50c
profit. Hotel :*Out of Town Orders
, _. ._. Special Attention to an
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-- -
:Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Business' 135 P. 0. BOX 226
a trial and be convinced.' PHONES {Residence 133 Cor. Orang.Ave. and Church St.

Try a Sentinel Want Ad CARL DANN Clothes called Phone for 613.and delivered.


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r P iOtt LOCAL AND PfRSONAL MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM*' mtMtiiiitiimtiii
i
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Mr. and Mrs. John'Nieman left yes-

i terday for Cleveland, Ohio, where
they will spend the remainder of the

1 y. summer.

i a
Mrs. J. C. Hanner and daughters,
Misses Mary, Willie and Louise, have
gone to Tavares where they will spend ..

1'I: some tim SAVINGS CHECKS I

Independence Savings checks are worth $1.04 for
every $1.00. 7-7-tf

If Means Freedom Miss Elma Fulwiler, who has been ARE WORTIIor
..
visiting in Orlando for some days

", past, has returned to her home in $1.04 Each $1.00 -
Tampa.
THE POWER and value of and
courage They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
character stands out boldly in the man who, Miss Ola Powell left yesterday afternoon -
the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants
:
be
through his thrift and steadfastness of pur- to absent several months,
pose grows financially independent, for visiting in north Georgia and Ala-
money is the mighty force that makes for bama. Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.W. .
S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
independence of thought and action. Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
0 Every dollar you deposit in this long established Savings checks collected is money City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
in the bank. 7-7-tf Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
bank begins to earn another dollar John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
at once. Your money multiplies at 4 Fred Vanderpool, one of Maitland's J. L Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles etc.
per cent and starts you fairly, squarely, young and energetic citizens, was in Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
safely and soundly on the way to indepen- avenue and Arcade building. Store.
Orlando yesterday mingling with I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
dence. A dollar
opens an account. friends and business associates. He J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
left over the Coast Line for Raybun Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel, Steam Laundry.
Gap, Ga., on a business mission.J. .
T. P. Robinson, Photographer.

i THE STATE BANKOF J. Griffin and J. F. O'Berry,
prominent citizens of Kissimmee,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA were among the visitors to Orlando
yesterday, spending part of the day They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
"Saving Means Safely" in the Winter Garden section with ment of the
i. Hon. S. S. Griffin.P. r
u

G. Ingram and sister, Miss MaryH. The Peoples National Bank
who
: Ingram, reside in Kooter Kove
Kottage, near Rock Lake, left yesterday -
'"" morning for Daytona Beach where ..
'?,. .
-= they will spend some time enjoyingthe
...-G_.......... 11... delights of that resort. f


s Ask for savings checks; they are
your money in the bank. 7-7-tf
I -
R. E. Waterman, the clever repre- ..
sentative of the Petersburg Bag and
IIII.IIIIIII.II.IIIIIII.III.II.IIIII..I.II.IIIIII.I111.11. 111..111.1..101.,
Truck company, of. Virginia, who
It's An Economy To makes his headquarters in Winter --
Garden and travels Florida in-the interest ,I 1.111111..1.I I I II.. ... 1 I .. 11111111 111111 I 11.1.11. ...I .11.. .1.11..II I II-IIH

Now! of his firm, spent yesterday in I
Buy Orlando. ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE |

I. H. M. Marden, a well known citizen 'I; 1.
of Daytona, Florida, July 7, 1915. I
Apopka, transacted businessin
Orlando yesterday. While here he San Juan Garage Co., Orlando, Fla.

found time to pay this office an appreciated : Gentlemen: Yours of the 23rd ult. duly received in regardto
"ELDER"a call, enrolling his name as my Packard. Will say my car is 1909-30 touring car, whichI
a subscriber to the old reliable South bought five years ago last February in Chicago. It was a re- 1'.
Florida Sentinel. made car at that time. I have run it about 35,000 miles, and am
satisfied that there never was a better car made. Have had

Miss Lillian Goodrich, of Henderson some, very good offers to trade it for a new car, but I never ex-
Spring Water N. CL, is spending a few days in pect to part with it. If I get a new car, which I probably will some
Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. day, I expect to take the tonneau off this one and make a road- X i i

Bunch, No. 4 Jackson street. Miss ster of her. ..
Goodrich is en route to San Francisco A year ago I drove to Chicago and back. We had six people
Cal., where she will take in the going up, and five grown people and three children coming back,
Is standard for sights of the Panama-Pacific exposi- : with all our baggage and accessories. She never missed an explosion -
tion. either way.
:
purity, aids diges- As to up-keep I have had her thoroughly over-hauled every ..
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Overstreet left : two years, which I think is one secret of the success I have had
tion and eliminates Sunday for a few weeks visit in the : with her. Another thing is oil is cheaper than repairs, and this
North and West. They expect to take part of it I attend to myself. I do not have a chauffeur, but take i
acidity. :: :: in the mountains in North Carolinaand care of the car myself, except that I have a man who washes it
go far enough West to take in and shines the brass occasionally.In .
This being accomplished a world of sick the sights and attractions in and my opinion, the Packard car is the best car made, and I '
around Kansas City, Mo., and to takea am inclined to believe if the new Packards are as good as the old .
ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water look at Boston, Mass., before returning ones, they are wonders. Very truly yours,
and Spring Water alone for mankind and to Orlando. ROLLAND E. STEVENS

nothing can take its place.BEGIN .
Savings checks are money in the Juan
NOW bank. 7-7-tf San Garage Companyr j

Mrs. E. H. Giles returned to Or-
lando yesterday from a visit to her 'MMM. ,. . '... r

old home in Arcadia and is again at

Elder Spring Water Co. the home of her daughter, Mrs. JohnT. r.- .
.
Fuller, on Lucerne Circle. She
ORLANDO, FLORIDA was accompanied to this city by an-
other daughter, Mrs. J. N. Carter and Statement of the condition of the Orlando Bank

Phone WRIGHT, 444DON'T two children, who will visit with & Trust Co, at the close of business on the 30th -' '
them.
day of June, 1915. ; .

SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Callahan, who
have a home Resources as"l. ,K
pretty on Putnam street,
__h h ___ _____ ___h. __ ____ left "
yesterday afternoon for a visit to LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ________$391,210.85OVERDRAFTS

al.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII... their former home in Lincoln, Neb. ____________________ 851-74 A
They expect to return about the middle
of October. While residing in Ne-- STOCKS AND BONDS ____________ 24,668.33 tax Y '

braska, Mr. and Mrs. Callahan were REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE AND
ALLOW THAT
neighbors of the ex-secretary of state FIXTURES ___________________ 42167.86 x' r
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. CASH ON HAND AND DUE FROM 'w ,
Bryan. x
BIRTHDAY BANKS_________ _____________ 253,531.69 ,

How many savings checks have you
OR OTHERANNIVERSARY collected? 7-7-tf $712,460.47Liabilities
-'Y

R. E. Locke, of the
Altamonte section CAPITOL STOCK _________________$100,000.00
was among the visitors to Or- :
lando yesterday. He reports the or- SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROF- r

ange trees in that section as being in ITS __________________________ 41,226.86 F.. L..
TO GO BY DEFAULTWE need of moisture, that many melons BILLS PAYABLE_________________ None ; d'

have been raised in that vicinity, and RE-DISCOUNTS ___________________ None -'

HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE that the corn crop is one of the best DEPOSITS _______________________ 570,522.31DUE ..
OCCASION ever. Mr. Locke expects to leave in
few days for Murphy, N. C., to spenda a TO BANKS __________________ 711.30 -

; Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. month with relatives and friends. $712,460.47ORLANDO

SKATING RIXK
Ladies session at
Skating Rink


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JEWELER & .Bronte FLORIDACapital

o and Surplus and Undivided Profits $141,000.00. Total Resources over Three
OSTEOPATHS
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Quarters of a Million. Dividends Paid since Organization $76,000.00
at KirksviUe, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Sq .. ."t.'ar.r.11111111 JIIIIIII... ,.,....t..... National Bank. Ptione 678. -


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