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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 14, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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t VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1915. NUMBER: 131.

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SOLUTION OF THE ii-S. GERMAN TROUBLE


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IF DIPLOMACY: FAILS THE co. FAIR ASSN.IS'''I Gas Bombs Are DIRECTORY GIVES

PRESENT QUESTIONS THAW" EXPECTED TO GET


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FOUR ISSUES IN THE U. S. REPLY H HEADED BYWOODRUFF Again i ORLANDO 8 8,135 ""IS LIBERTY SOME[ TIMfTOD4Y"C4Sf



Most Important of These Is the London July 13.The Germans
POPULATION
Right of Neutrals to Open following up their advance just southof '

Souchez which resulted in the cap-

Seas-Brief Text of ture by assault of the cemetery dom- EIS CLOSED

Other Three SUCCEEDS H. H. DICKSONAS inating the French line of communications BUT MANY NAMES: OMITTED:

today again swept forward
PRESIDENT ORANGECO. WOULD THUS BRING
Washington July 13.-The view across the graveyard extending their -

which the state department holds as FAIR ASS'N advanced lines over a width of six "POP" TO 8,500 BASEBALL RESULTS JUSTICE HENDRICK HAS

a means for the ultimate settlementof hundred yards. National League SUPERSEDENCE OF AC-

the controversy between the United The momentum of the German rush
States and Germany, if all diplomatic ANNUAL MEETING HELD YESTERDAYDirectors' carried the neighboring sections of THE DIRECTORY HAS 324 PAGES Boston 1-7, Pittsburgh 3-6. TION OF JURY

New York 4, Chicago 3.
relations should fail, is a reference the invaders' line across the road to _

of the issues to an international com- I 1 Session Adjourns to Arras, and Cabaret Rouge another Filled With Many Features, In- Brooklyn Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 5. 0. HARRY WAS HAPPY HAPPY BOY!

mission. Officials of the state department -! strongly defended French position, ,
I July 28 Much Important of Many American League
cluding Directory
today let it be known that was captured.The .

the present attitude of this government Business 'VasTransacted German offensive made itself County TownsBusiness Detroit 3-8, New York 2-10. Case of State Closed Yesterdayat
Cleveland 3-6 Boston 7-5.
I. is contained in the following evident also in other sectors of the DirectoryThe St. Louis 2.3. Washington 3-0. I Five O'clock-Dr. Flint

four principles and that it is to be ex- battle front, and all of these actions

pected that they will be advanced in s.s .ss. ss s. as the storming of the Souchez ceme- new 1915 Orlando directorywas Chicago Federal 7, Philadelphia League 0. Says: Thaw Tried to

the reply of the United States to the tery, were attended by asphyxiatingshells. It Hypnotize Him
OFFICERS FOR 19151916. distributed :yesterday. places Baltimore 5, Brooklyn 6.
latest German note. .
S s Orlando's population at 8,135 insteadof
Pittsburgh 0, Kansas City 1.
1. A state of war can not abridgeor In Argonne the .crown prince's New York July 13.Thaws case
Seth Woodruff, president. 8,027 as previously stated. A care- St. Louis 0, Chicago 2.
destroy the rights of a neutral in army was strongly reinforced by new will go to the jury early tomorrow
W. C. Temple first vice-presi ful perusal of the directory shows Buffalo-Newark, rain.
the so-called "zones" established and resumed afternoon and verdict
by contingents an offensive by nightfall a
dent. that at least 100, if not more, names South Atlantic League
one or more of the belligerents in an and according to a Paris night report I should be at hand. Thereafter his
J. Whitner, second vice-pres were inadvertently omitted. This Savannah 11, Columbia 6.
open or upon the free seas. again suffered a check. fate rests in the hands of Justice
ident. would place Orlando's permanent pop- Columbus 2, Albany 1.
2. The creation of a war zone and a Hendrick, who, under the law, has a
A. C. Starbird third vice-presi ulation at close to the 8,500 mark. Macon 10, Jacksonville 3.
blockade by Germany is not legally final and can set Thaw at libertyeven
S dent. SIIRINERSSeattle GATIIE c.. G With the tourist population the fig- Augusta 4-0. Charleston 3-1. say
based either on written or unwritten if the jury advises that he is .I
W. R. O'Neal, secretary. ures would reach nearly 14,000. Southern League
international law, and the same argu- Wash.-Fifty thousand visitors still insane. .
Jas. L. Giles treasurer. The directory is nicely arrangedand Atlanta 4, Memphis 3.
ment applies to any limitation of the are in Seattle for the annual im- The case of the state against Thaw
Directors: H. L. Beeman, M. consists of 324 It is declared Nashville 3, Mobile 1.
pages.
free and open seas by Great Britain. perial council of nobles of the mystic closed at 5 o'clock this afternoon and
O. Overstreet, W. C. Temple Da. to be one of the fullest and Little Rock 8, New Orleans 7.
3. Suspicion of attack on an unarmed shrine, which opens tomorrow. To- fifteen minutes will be consumed by !
vid Lockhart II. H. Dickson W. neatest ever published in the state. Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 2.
merchantman can not be pleaded morrow sixty temples and forty bands Attorney Stanchfield tomorrow morn-
II. Reynolds Seth Woodruff, J. H. It is attractively bound in cloth and
as a justification for such attacks. will march through gaily decorated ing in reading into the record some
Sadler, S. O. Chase, and CharlesM. contains a great amount of advertis-
DADE COUNTY TO AID STATE
There must be an antecedent effort to streets to the convention hall. Important testimony given at a previous hear-
Hand. S ing. It was published by the Pied- BODY IN CANKER WORK
exercise the right and duty of a visit . . . . topics to come before the ing.The
mont Directory Company of Asheville
and search. council are dispensations for new summing up will follow, Prose-
The annual meeting of the stock- I N. C. The distribution will be
4. The United States does not re- II temples at Manila, P. I., Houston Miami, Fla.-That the state plant cutor Cook arguing for the state and
holders and directors of the Orange continued this week, or as long as the
board shall not be hampered in its
gard as final any grave and seemingly Texas, and Knoxville, Tenn. Attorney Stanchfield following wth
I County Fair Association was held supply lasts.A work in this the South Dade
county
insoluble disagreement between the the last say for Thaw. Then with #
yesterday morning at the San Juan feature of the directory book is
Fruit Growers and Truckers' Associa-
United States and Germany because COUNTY OFFICIALS PLAN FOR the charge of Justice Hendrick, the
hotel. The directors were unable to the directory of Apopka, Formosa
tion has agreed to appropriate the
the United States is committed to the AUTOMOBILE COMFORT issue will be handed over to the ju i
principle of an international inquiry. conclude their meeting which was ad- Maitland, Oakland, Ocoee Pine Castle sum of $2,000 for the coming two

journed to July 28. Those county officials believe in Taft, Winder-mere Winter Gar- years in order that the best patholo- rors.Thaw was in fine fettle tonight over ::

Seth Woodruff was elected presi- comfort for their automobiles. To den; and Winter Park including R. F. gist available might be secured to the results of the final day of the *
HORSE HAS HEART FAILUREThe
dent for the ensuing year succeedingH. prove it take a look at new garages D. Routes 1 and 2. Another feature study the disease and if possible finda trial which included the serious charge *

H. Dickson who resigned becauseof of the book is the classified business
that are being installed on Oak street remedy. It is thought by the asso- by Dr. Flint, chief alienist for the
delivery horse of the Helms ill health. Mr. Dickson has been I for Orlando. Another \
on the county property just north of directory pleas- ciation that this amount, together state that Thaw tried to hypnotize .
Hardware company dropped dead yes- president of the association for three ing feature is the Orlando street di- .j
the Elks club house. Two of them with what might be laid aside by the him in court, and the flat contradiction -
terday. As the animal had not been and during his incumbency the The last of the directory
years are capable of accommodating five rectory. portion plant board, might be sufficient for among the state's alienists as to a

ill treated an examination was made association has prospered. cars. The framework is iron and the gives the complete personnelof the purpose and the work will not be the nature of the insanity from which 1

and it was decided that death was due There were twenty stockholders at the city, schools, churches, lack
frames will be covered with galvan- county hampered through a of funds. Thaw is alleged to be suffering.
to heart failure. the meeting and after the directorswere ized iron. and various industries of the city. t

elected a business session was

held at "which it was decided to issueno NO EXPLOSIVES FOUND Masons To Frolic J
Tampans Coming?
additional stock at the present Criminal CourtCriminal DeLand Road Bonds Liverpool.-The American Line 5

time. A slight balance was left in 11'
steamer Philadelphia which arrived The Masons will make tomorrow
Whether the Auto and Golf the from last There merry i
Tampa treasury
year. court continued to grind DeLand, Fla., July 13.The DeLand here from New York Sunday, received afternoon at C. P. Dow's 1
Club would come tomorrow for the would have been a large surplus in
I away yesterday. It is expected that road district bonds for $350,000 car- wireless warning at sea that there camp fully 150 Masons and their
with the the had the association
golf tournament Orlando not
treasury
court will adjourn Thursday. Yes- ried by a vote of 250 against 52. were infernal machines on board. All wives and sweethearts having signified -
Country Club team or not was worry- expended so much in improvements,
terday Simeon Kirby was given : the passengers and their luggage was their intention to be present. 1
ing local golf enthusiasts last even- fully $3,000 being expended on resur-
twelve months on the road for aggra- LATE DEPARTURES OF YES- searched but no explosives were Cars will leave the lodge rooms on 1
ing. A letter was received during the facing the race track, etc.
vated assault; Will Pinkney was given TERDAYMr. found. Pine street between noon and one 1
day stating that the Tampa players Messrs. Woodruff, Temple and Rey-
six months for aggravated assault; o'clock for the camp where a picnic
could come Saturday but not Thurs- nolds were appointed as a committeeto and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal and Mrs. 1
JONES OUT OF TOWN BUT THE
Robert Buck was sentenced for petit lunch will be enjoyed. All Masons
day. A telegram was dispatched yes- wait upon the county commissioners :Mallory departed last night for Coop- FAVORITE RUNS THE SAME 1,
larceny, and O. L. Giles was dis who have cars are asked to notify
terday requesting that the Tampanscome in regard to the original $4,000 erstown, N. Y., for an indefinite time. .i
charged. He was charged with tres- E. H. Allen at Allen Bros. jewelry
tomorrow or to postpone the given to the association by the county Judge J. M. Cheney also departed last '
Geo. W. Jones, proprietor and man-
pass. store, who is chairman of the transportation ,'
date. three years ago. This amount will night for Philadelphia where he will
ager of the Favorite, is in Hot committee. A special invitation '
According to the Tampa Times the be abrogated, if possible. be absent business for ;
i on matters Ark. for a brief sojourn in
Springs, is extended to all visiting MaSons
ENJOYING OCEAN BREEZESCol. J
club has Votes of thanks extended to'
arranged to come Saturday: were some time.
health. is improving
the interest of his He to be present at the hour named '
"The Tampa Auto and Golf Club I the retiring president who responded, 1
his absencethe
.. rapidly. During
will send eight of its best and assist in the merry making. ::1
golfers to .
and to Secretary O'Neal who was re- and Mrs. T. J. Watkins went TilE WEATHER
Orlando to Favorite is being successfully ,
Friday night defend the
a elected, for their faithful service. over to Daytona yesterday where they
colors of the club Mrs. Jones.
against an equal managed by
number of Orlando golfers on the will spend a few days enjoying the For Florida: Generally fair to- RETURNS TO WEST VIRGINIA j

of the Orlando Clubon breezes and other of the and variable HOME FOR SUMMER
course Country FIRST VOLUME OF NEW LAWSIS pleasures day Thursday; light BALTIMORE SELECTED BY ELKS j

Saturday. OFF THE PRESS coast city. winds. AS 1916 CONVENTION CITY
"Those who will go from Tampaare """':1
Miss Mary Conoway, the attractive
Charles E. Ball, J. A. Coates, W. 7
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niece of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Atha
R. Bonacker, T. E. Lucas, J. H. Bon- Tallahassee Fla.-The state printer Los Angeles July .-By a vote ,
acker, V4. H. Warren, F. T. Warren FromPianoBoxHomeTo$3,500Residence who has been spending some time J
T. J. has the
Appleyard begun
the 1916
: of 714 to 259 Baltimore won
and W. M. Fielder. It will be 18 I with them, left the first of the week
medal delivery to the secretary of state of Elks convention Atlanta, which 1
moles play and the Nassau over
for her home in Fairmont, W. Va., ,
system: of scoring will be used. volume 1, Laws of Florida, enactedby In Space Of 3 YearsThree was the only other contesting city. 1
"Orlando has where she will remain until September -
been
playing golf the legislature of 1915, being the At the first business session of the
longer than Tampa and there are when she will return and resume .j
"Laws of a General Nature. This officers elect-
lodge today were
grand
more men of experience at the gamein her studies at Rollins College. Miss
that city than there are in Tampa volume is a book of more than 600 years have not yet passed actual truth, and for some months ed for the ensuing year.
has
Conoway friends in Orlando
though Tampa can probably boast of pages. since the arrival in Orlando of F. E. while he worked at the carpenter'strade many 1
more golfers than the smaller town. to accumulate this was and Winter Park who will eagerly
money BASEBALL THURSDAY
(This in the nature of an advance Taylor. This is not a startling state- await her return in the fall.
alibi in case the score doesn't look AT THE ROOF GARDEN his home.
ment for citizen of the
many a city
good on the return.) However, the i As soon as his funds would permit An Orlando team will play St.

Tampans are going down with the Manager Barnes announces "Underthe can count his years of residence in he began the erection of an apartment Cloud at baseball Thursday afternoonat ON MONTH'S VACATIONMiss f

intention of returning winners if the Crescent" for tomorrow night at smaller numbers than this. But very I house which when finished contained 1 1I 3:30 o'clock at the Exposition park.
thing,: be humanly possible and they
will put up a battle for the honors. the Roof Garden. It is a masterpieceand few are there who can, for the same twenty-four rooms and cost approxi-I The same team will play Sanford Sylvia Barnett is enjoying a

J They leave Friday night and will return worth seeing. length of residence here show a I mately $3,500. He was July 22 at Sanford. well earned vacation from her dutiesas

Saturday night." greater gain in material wealth. this by doing his own work after regular stenographer for the Peoples Na-

When he first struck Orlando Mr. I working hours. tional Bank. Her position is being

SHORT SESSION CITY COUNCIL PRIME TEACHERSL. Taylor had several hundred dollars, Ever since the completion of this BIG ZELLWOOD'' DIPPER filled by Miss Hardaway.FIVE .

health which was not of the best, and house it has been well filled with ten-

The city council met yesterday and I an indomitable determination to suc- I ants, and has proved a very profitable ROOM BUNGALOW

by a vote gave Commissioner John- L. Tucker, of Dade City, princi- ceed. He would not acknowledge de investment. Mr. Taylor is now work- The "dipper" for the Zellwood Florida -

son power to act in the case of the pal; Miss Alma Miner, of Orlando, feat-and far from least in value was ing on a two story twelve room houseat Farms Company's dredge boat A handsome five room bungalow

drainage well for Wilmott's addition. and Miss Bessie Lawson of Kissimmee his knowledge that a dollar was worth 1012 South Hughey street, which arrived Saturday and was installed. residence is being constructed by T.

have been chosen as teachersfor exactly 100 cents.Purchasing will be fully modern and up to date. The big scoop dips one and one-half P. Cox, on his property near the west

WAS A GRIPPING PICTUREOne the Pine Castle school for the en- a lot on South Hughey The house is to be divided into four cubic yards of muck every time its end of Lake of the Woods.

suing term. The school will begin the street with his slender capital Mr. apartments of three rooms each. jaws bite the ground. The dipper is

r of the greatest photoplays ever first Monday in September. Mr. Taylor next borrowed from Rev. F. There will be two piazzas 7 by 14 of the "clamshell" style. The workon All the popular music, and will

staged in Orlando was "Jim, the Pen- Tucker was in Orlando today and M. Turner a piano box-and movedin feet to each apartment, bath rooms, the drainage canals will proceed order at once anything (you want.

man," at the Grand last night.{ called on the Pine Castle trustees. immediately. This is no joke, but electric lights, and other conveniences. rapidly. Curtis & O'Neal, book store..fI' .



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New house 8 rooms and bath. Location perfect 4 blocks '
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B argai 111 from center of city, east side. Bargftlll.For ( .


quick sale $3000. Cash or terms. ,

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Carl Dann

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THE NEWSPAPER'S COURAGEOnce BRIGHT PROSPECTS OF AN

ABUNDANT HARVEST
in a while somebody gets the

idea that the reason the local paper Never did the adjacent country lookso "

does not report every scandal that beautiful as now, or the growing
.comes to public knowledge is because I crops promise better. The recent tell them ?
the publisher is afraid. That's not showers and cloudy days have stimu- you apart
the reason. The reputable newspa- lated vegetation, kept the village
per, especially in a small town where lawns green and the fields lush with
every one is a neighbor to everyone verdure. To every one who has driven -
It is difficult for
else, takes no delight in giving pub- over one of Orange county's recently very anyone
licity to those things that have paved highways, the panoramaof A
brought disgrace to some family or generous nature is entrancing. To but an expert to tell the
heartache to some wife or mother.It the busy farmer and trucker the prospect -
is much more pleasant to record the I of abundant reward for his toil difference between a soc
good things that happen, to tell about i:is most gratifying. Drive in any di-
the incidents that tend to make life !rection from Orlando and you will be- \ \ imitation pearl and a genuine
more endurable, and that uplift rather hold a most magnificent growth of

than tear down, that bring joy instead I corn, potatoes, peas, melons, grapes, .' pearl of the same size worth '
of sorrow, pride instead of I while teh live stock and poultry are
heartache. So if you don't always I fairly rolling in fat. Do you realize therefore
t find in the Sentinel the delectable bit that right here is the fairest land on $500- one mightbuy
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of gossip that would doubtless make this glorious earth? A An imitation
genuine pearl pearl the imitation because
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"good reading, and if you are inclined S ,
to blame the editor because he TO KEEP POSTED ON 1916 MODELS Value $500 Value 50 cents
"doesn't print all the news," consider READ SENTINEL it looks like the genuine article
that some home has had enough wor-
ry over unfortunate happenings, and ,,I Orlando's excellent paved streets and this is all any pearl has
that the gossips and scandal mongers )''and' the brick roads of Orange county
of the community can and will gladly. !;inspire one these days to ride and to to do.
and ghoulishly give sufficient public j i ride in an auto, and of course in a :-a-
ity to the details to satisfy the low- new 1916. Read the advertisements But when
can a
est tastes. Incidentally, it might be |in the Sentinel carefully, as the dis- you get
remarked here that the most complaint I tributors for the new 1916 model au- i II genuine Victrola with its .
of censored news comes from :tomobiles are using the pages of the rePertoire
; people who have now or have had inI I Sentinel to present the advantages of ..
of than Victor
their lives some things they are very;the various makes. more 5000
glad were not given newspaper pub- I
I Records for the
licity. There come times, of course, NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS I same price
when it is the definite business of the
local newspaper to speak right out in Murphy: "Oi want to get a fust that you would pay for some
meeting, to tell what happened, to class automobile for my woife."
give open publicity to conditions that Auto Dealer: "Long body?" I 4 q other instrument that only
are a reproach to a community and Murphy: "None of your business!
,i for which the light of publicity seems I She's built like a barrel, but Oi didn't looks like a Victrola, there
th$ only cure. Tolerance is not alack come here to discuss her shape wid

I of courage. ye."-Puck. I i I can remain no question of

CAPE HAYTIEX IS CALM ITALY CONTRACTS TO PUR- Victor -
supremacy.
r CHASE
25,000 HORSES
;, Washington, D. C.-Admiral Caperton Bartlesville, Okla.-A. E. Dunlap, The proof is in the hearing. Come
reports fighting yesterday near a horse and mule buyer of Copan .
in time and will
Cape Haytien, but quiet in the town, Okla., today announced that a firm of any we gladly play any
where property was safe and order which he is a member had contracted Genuine Victrola Any imitation of'a Victrola music you wish to hear. \Ve'll explain

thorities.being maintained by government au- I nish with the Italian government to fur- $15 to $250 (at practically the same price our system of easy terms too, if desired.
25,000 horses. '
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Victrola
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best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the J::r 7' -/.'jJ..ZJ.
country. North and East. SL
Modern buildings and equipment; y .. .. *. V
all modern conveniences. 378 students last session. Total en-
F 437 students regular term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
summer term; total enrollment last School. S
session 636.Tuition .
Free in College and Nor- Tuition free, excepting $20.00 per
mal For School.Catalogue and information, semester for law. W. S. BRANCH, The Arcade Book and Music Store

For further information, addressA.
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Orlando Florida
CONRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President. ,

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t his investments depends on his trees being budded right in the nursery that grows them.

-O. W. Conner. The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized .

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THE COLORED FOLKS ARISE EARLY ONCE ]j TAMPA FIRM GETS BIG STOP: GUAYMAS ATTACK (

ARE DOING WAY JOB IN HIGU-I I

I, Three fine planets are in the east- I COUNTY Guaymas, \Iexlco.-A general bom- 25 ii

George Kilpatrick, colored, is put- ern sky these mornings, but one will bardment of Guaymas by the Carran- DiscountFor

ting up the frame for a neat two have to get up before dawn to see Tampa, Fla.-To the Edwards Con-,I za gunboat Guerrero, planned for

story cottage, with roomy porches, on them in their glory. They are Jupi- struction company, of Tampa, the c I Monday, has been prevented. ;'

his lot out on West Veach street.A ter, Venus, and Mars, and in a month lowest bidder, was awarded the con- r After a strong protest by Admiral the benefit of
neat one story house is being I Howard, of the United States fleet, !II our customers -
Saturn will join the brilliant com- tract to build some 55 miles of brick
built by,. ither Colesby' colored, on and foreign consuls, the Guerrero':
The celestial will be roads in Pinellas county. will 25
Veach street. pany. sight I commander agreed to fire only upon we give a
residence is worth getting up at 4 a. m. to see, The award was made by the county i i .
Southern
An attractive two story Pacific trains entering or
and when Saturn joins the cluster it commissioners this afternoon, but the cent cash discount
: per on
being built by Will Moore, colored, on leaving the city and upon the Mexican
will old contract will not be signed until next
West Veach street. The building will certainly make lazy-bones steamer Bonita, anchored in the in- !|
have upper and lower porches and rattle himself out of bed in time to Thursday, when the commissioners ner harbor. I all goods sold during the
see half of the solar system spanglingthe will meet to issue a call for a bond
will be quite an addition to the neigh-
: month of and
borhood. dawn. All these stars are plan- election. II NO EVIDENCE OF REPORTED ) July August.
ets or worlds quite like our own, and The total bid of the successful company -
Rev. Braswell, colored, presidingelder I FELIX DIAZ FILIBUSTERMiami
of the A. M. E. church, is have each one, probably, sustaining a peo- was $616,500, this including laterals -. I
from the main Fla.-Felix Diaz is not fit-
erect- ple of some kind. It would be a great highways.
ing a neat five room bungalow to take there I ting out in Miami a filibustering expedition -
ed on his property out on Douglas experience a trip up Hammond & Gore
Umbrellas recovered and for Mexico as far as
street in the northwest part of town. some time to see what they are and : repaired govern-I
house is another what they are doing. The first thing "while you writ," at Young's Repair ment officials have been able
The Boman one
the colored 'we shall do then-will be to skip over Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc t certain, and the department of justice,l FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
to section -
improvement
story (!at Washington, has been so advised.
to the canals Mars slide
of Orlando. I'down see the bands of Jupiter.on ,Conneaut or An ad. in the Morning Sertinel is a I Orange Ave and Church} SI. Orlando Fla.
/ is under I
A one story store building
safe investment.
The want ad.'s the thing.ANNONOMNT .
course of construction by Jim Lewis, News-Herald. __ I II U -1
colored, on West South street. I -- I
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HE FOUND OUT I We all love a good joke. Recently I { { MOST INTERESTING[ { !
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The old gentleman was being I there was a prize offered, of $50 in I !i: : Attention, Auto Owners! ; j
shown through the penitentiary."What gold, to the person attending Jack- I tit,

," he queried of one of the sonville public schools .who would Mrs.
convicts, "is the most objectionablepart write the best essay on why the peo- Mary n't CoxReceived

of prison life?" ple of Jacksonville should made in ask Jackson-for and I today from New York the : and sweetest collars, I I AUTO SERVICE{ { STATION I 1 a
always buy goods
"De vis'tors wot ask fool ques- I hair ornaments, and shirt waists, in which are reflected the last :
tions," answered No. 41144. ville. There were 218 essaysandyet minute modes. .:
in Shipments are being received constantly.
when the school officials who had i 14 E. CHURCH ,STREET

in charge the purchase of the com-
HE REMEMBEREDMrs. mencement invitations they sent to | GLENDALE APARTMENTS., 501 WEST SI ORlANDO, FLORIDA j : ; ; Automobile Repairing. Gasoline and Oil ; \ 1 1;

Bickers was reading the latest Ohio for them.-Jacksonville Metropolis. CAR WASHED AND POLISHED
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war news from across the pond.
"Let me see," she mused, "when ___.__ Prompt Service Personal Attention

was it war was declared?" Second Hand Cars Bought and Sold
"Is it possible, my dear," rejoinedher LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO.

husband, "that you have forgotten ; Freeman V. D. Phillips, Manager |
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we were married June 3, 1905? -
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WHEREIN THEY DIFFER Our budwood is selected from the well-known grove of Perrin&Thompson, Florence Villa, from the best bearing itlllMltmiltllttMMMIiliililiMMIiMtMMIIIItOF .y'
trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride. Come to Bartow and let us .

Little Lemuel-Say, paw, what is take you out and see our clean, healthy stock. :$

the difference between a smart_man PROOFS FACTS The J.vdarket 0
and a wise one? Our trees catering' a half inch and less are set
To the there is
grove owners a great satisfaction in
Paw-A smart man, son, is one out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
who is able to catch on, while a wise calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk- each is
the best, that true to name from a parent OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE -
knows when to let ing from them. We prove our claim of merit by
one go. away
stock that has a record for quantity and qualitycustomers. re-
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
showing our wares, and the result obtained by our
These things are insuring orders for us suIts. These things a man knows who has Lake Gar- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
SWISS TO BORROW $20,000,000 TO
field Nursery trees.
PAY COST OF MOBILIZATIONBerne. day by day. Kverything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !
GET OUR CATALOGThe
.-The Swiss government today and pore.
decided to issue a new 'loan, to i Pittsburjr (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog; it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece." We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 1

cover the cost of mobilization, of $20- You should have a copy. It rings true. everything in the Meat Line.
000,000. The loan will bear 4 1-2 percent When you read it you instinctively a contact with a master's touch; you come to an appreciation of what

interest and will be issued at you should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you. H. jVdC. Self & Co.

96 1-2.
PRONE NO.. 80 PINE STREET

RELAYING WATER MAIN Lake.Garfield Nurseries Compa yB r.tow Florida -
The water main on Ponder street, ,

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I rv How to Secure TheseMedallions
,,,, LORD KITCII; ER SAILORS, the very Exceptional Waist Values
Free latest vogue in New York; we have
them in all colors. Regular $5 value LADIES WAISTS, white and colored,

When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket made of voiles and lawns, 75c. values
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, $1.50
where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your< wish Medallion will be finished and returned together with
your ticket with! the Photograph you reproduced. Voiles
unharmed. WAISTS, Organdiesand
original picture
your
I Columbia Medallians are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish. NEW SUMMER DRESSES Crepes, white and fancy, $1.50

Dainty Voiles in the popular new value ..
I Water Color r striped and figured effects. As smart 98 centsLADIES'

Carbon cpla'h.. These $5.00Columbia and pretty as any dress seen this season, .
IS style 1 produces withI the $4.00 value SILK WAISTS, White China,

This st"lehas the beauThis is the beautiful !I I marvelous flesh tints,exactness color of.hair. Medallions $1.98VNEW some embroidered, well made, .1.50
tiful soft tone and deeo brown color so much loved I and eyes, as well as those" value I
effect of a fine engraving by the old masters, having: | of the costume. Should are about double the size .<
producing the high lights all the clearness and fine you wish life colors, hand. I I. charminggroup $1.19LADIES'
SUMMER DRESSES, a
painted, each color burnt I of illustration.
and shadows to perfection. tone of an etching.: I!1 WAISTS Voiles and Tub
all the
in, a charge of 25c. is I which embraces very ,
made. latest creations; excellent quality maSilks, plain white, and black, $2.50

terial, fine workmanship, $9.00 values value
DES C RIP T ION : $3.98 $1.98

These beautiful Photo Medallions are the most artistic portraits ever produced. They are mounted on
non-corrosive metal specially prepared. The portrait is burnt in, same as on porcelain, and covered with heavy
celluloid, making the picture strong and imperishable; can be washed without harm when soiled,thus preserve -- -
ing forever the features of those you love. You cannot tell the difference between these medallions and a fine
porcelain hand painting. They are worth $5.00 each. We guarantee the likeness to be an Absolute Fac-Sim- .J. Yowell-Duckworth Co.Olrando's
ilie of the Photograph Furnished. They are elegant, dainty and artistic, and make a beautiful ornament for .
the home, whether of baby or grandma, the result will be satisfactory to you. AU information needed. not
here set forth, will be cheerfully given. Frames to Fit Medallions can be purchased for the Moderate Price Store "Quality Did It"of
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THE DAILY DIPORT AACTIOX TO UTILIZE INVENTIVE SPIRIT OF THE ORANGE -- t,!

AT TAMPA TODAY. GENIUS OF CIVILIANS.An COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION.
South Florida Sentinel
The editorial in the Sentinel some announcement of peculiar inter- The Orange County Fair Association -

MORNING( AND WEEKLY weeks ago suggesting that there est at the present moment is made by met yesterday, the principal fea
v. 1!. GLENN .....................Editor should be
W. C. ESSINGTON ......BuiineM Manager a uniform beautification of Secretary of the Navy Daniels, who ture being the election of a presidentto
the highways in Florida will in all has invited Thomas A. Edison to headan succeed H. H. Dickson, who ten-

Entered. M Second at the Class poetoffiee Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida probability be endorsed today by the advisory board of civilian inventors dered his resignation. The Fair asso- KEEP COOk !

executive committee of the Central for a bureau of development to be ciation is a great asset to Orlando,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Florida Highway Association meetingat created by the department.Mr. Orange and Central Florida.
Daily. I Year ........................ $5.00<> navy county
Daily 6 Montha ...................... 2.50 Tampa, according to a letter re- Edison is the greatest living It's growth has been rapid; the thou-
Daily J Montha ...................... L25 ceived from L. P. Dickie, of Tampa scientist. He has be- sands thousands who have been
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 undoubtedly upon
secretary of the association. stowed more useful blessings entertained at the park feel a mutual
Weekly. 'I Year ...................... $1.00 upon
That these suggestions as originally the world than any other man, deador interest in all that pertains to its future BY SHOPPING AT
PAYABLE IN
SUBSCRIPTIONS
ALL ADVANCETO advanced by the Sentinel will be alive. ; with the continual growth of

ADVERTISERS: discussed at the quarterly meeting of In a recent interview the great Orlando we may expect to a like extent -

I the association at Lakeland in Sep- wizard was asked if the United States a corresponding growth of the

adTcrtiiin Copy for mast display be handed and all In at other the hand-set Ixuineil I tember is assured, according to Mr. were to become involved in war if he association. To the retiring president

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, I Dickie's communication. 'would use his inventive genius to- the Sentinel voices the thanks of DICKSON.IYS[ COMPANY
the day before publication. This rule applies
to thing for contract adTtrtiiine: it li The letter follows: wards a production of new and here- many thousands who have derived

bnariale slid! will be strictly adhered to. Tampa, Fla., July 10, 1915. tofore unheard of scientific weaponsfor benefits from the association. Greetings -
Editor Sentinel"* f I have the destruction of extended to the
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&eon- men. are incoming
tinued should notify the office in writing on read some press notices and also His answer was evasive and he de- president, Seth Woodruff, the other
the Sentinel editorial in
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be the
continued it the regular subscription rates. Times, regarding the beautification clared that he abhorred war and de- officers and the directors who are ambitious -

Telephone until-notice NombrWEDNESDAY to atop .i>...received................... 2/ of the highways of Florida, sired peace. He stated, however, that to give to Central Florida genuine '
and I assure you I believe this to he knew of many devices which would upliftment and enlightment as The store where the most fastidious -

JULY 14, 191:;. be a most commendable i idea and eclipse the and inhuman to the educational
one which with the work started present appalling applied agricultural, gratify their tastes in
will bear fruit, and that the idea weapons of destruction and horticultural and varied interests may

It is much better to tame wild oats least.will be a reality, in part, at torture now utilized in Europe.Undoubted1) of the best section of the state.o all that is newest and latest from

than to sow them. if the United States -
"The communication will be
o referred to the members of our were to become involved in a war LEAVE FOR THE GOLDEN WEST the Northern and Eastern Markets.

What is less noisy than a war scare executive committee at their Mr. Edison would, for the protection II

that failed to explode? meeeting here on the 14th inst., of our interests, and from a patriotic Mrs. Annie Berry and Miss Leila Below are some of the latest arri-
and I am quite sure it will receive -
o their hearty endorsement, motive, divulge his schemes. Roper, of Winter Garden, and Mr.

The best way to discount the futureis and more than likely they will Secretary Daniels' idea in the proposed :\1. S. Welch, of Apopka, were in Orlando vals:

to enjoy the present.o ask that more publicity be givento creation of this board or bureau for a while yesterday, leavingon

---- the subject and counties will is to utilize the inventive geniusof the morning train over the CoastLine
be asked to report on the prog-
Maybe after the war Uncle Sam ress of the sentiment in their Americans in and out of the military for Jacksonville where they will

can buy a good second hand navy at community, at the meeting in \ and naval service to meet various join Prof. Cate's personally conducted Awning Stripe Voiles

a bargain. September in Lakeland. questions and problems growing exposition tour which left that city
"Any such those
suggestions
o as out of the present European war ando last night at 8 o'clock for San Fran-
made in your letter, I assure you Those bewitching new Voiles. Awning
Robbery of a hotel keeper is regarded will be appreciated by the asso- advance plans and methods for a cisco. They will visit the Panama-

by many hotel guests as un ciation and will be given care- better protection of this country incase I International and the Panama-Cali- stripes a-plenty, and the new Rainbow stripes as

professional.To ful consideration."L.. of conflict. fornia expositions, the Colorado Rock- well.
P. DICKIE,
o o ies, Yellowstone National Park, the
"Secretary Central Florida All Voiles soft and
talk of the "laws" of fashion is Highway Association." ORLANDO CITIZENS Grand Canyon of Arizona, and the are imported English ,

manifestly absurd, since fashion is o SHOULD SMILE. Golden West. They expect to returnto sheen gossimer with sheen and finish of silk.

founded on caprice. rVASNT FROM The thing that goes the farthest towards Florida about the middle of Au- delightfully cool and attractive, 36 and 40 inch wide
making life worth while
o ROM MISSOURI.It gust.
That costs the least and does the ,
Honesty is the best policy in ship- wasn't a Missouri editor, but a most, is just a pleasant smile- Price 25c 35c and 40c yd
ping things abroad in times of war as printer's devil who was going throughhis The smile that bubbles from the heart MANY ENJOYING LIFE IN ,

well as at other times. first experience on "making up" that loves its fellow men MOUNTAINSMrs. ,
Will drive the cloud of
away gloom
o forms. The paper was late and the
and coax the sun again.
Nothing jolts a liar more than to boy got the galleys mixed. The first It's full of worth and goodness, too, M. J. Cone, of this city, who

have a chap beat him at his own part of the obituary notice of a pecu- with manly kindness blent; with her sister, Mrs. W. S. Bassett, Fashions Latest Caprice.New .

game, says the Chicago Ledger. nious citizen had been dumped in the It's worth a million dollars and itdoesn't of Savannah, Ga., is now spendingthe
cost cent.
o forms and the next handful of type a summer in the Land of the Sky, floral Denim and Cretonne, the latest fad

Even the bashful man can not help came off of a galley describing a recent Resolve: at Hendersonville, N. C., writes to

noticing that on rainy days many fire. It read like this: "The That you will keep your premises have the Sentinel sent to her in order for skirts. Wide range of colors to select from.

beautiful complexions run badly. pall bearers lowered the body to the cleaned up and your buildings repaired that she may keep in touch with the 35c to 50c yard.

o flames. There were few, if any, re- as a matter of both pride and happenings at home. There are many

Many a man's idea of economy is grets for the old wreck had been an profit. Floridians enjoying life in the moun-

to save the pennies and spend the eyesore to the town for years. Of That you will brag about this townso tains and the weather is cool and

dollars, says the New York Times. course there was individual loss, but I much that you will have to work delightful.

o that was fully covered by insurance." for this town in order to keep from Guaranteed Taffetas.Black

The fellow who stays up all nightis The widow thinks the editor wrote the being a liar. HANDSOME NEW HOME COMPLETED Beldings .

not the early bird who catches the obituary notice that way because the That you will take half a day right

worm, unless it be the worm of indis lamented partner of her joys and sor- now to pick up the odds and ends white and all the prevailing shades.

cretion. rows owed him five years' subscription. around the place and turn them into The new residence of Mrs. D. M. We desire[ to call your special attention to these

o either use, money or ashes. Topliff, on West street, has been completed -
markets afford.
silks, as they are the latest the
Reform agitation never ceases. No o That you will contribute as much I and presents a very attractive

sooner does a community adopt prohibition THE REAL money as you can afford and as much appearance. The family expect to At $1.50 yard.

than it begins to clamor for "GOOD FELLOW." enthusiasm as anybody, to any movement occupy it tomorrow. The house con- per

pure milk. The real "good fellow" is the fellow to develop the town's resources. tains ten rooms besides receptionroom

o who knows something good about That you will make friends with the bath rooms and closets, and

Much of the discontent in this everybody and tells it. He never farmers, if a town man, or with the has all modern conveniences. The

world is caused by people neglectingtheir knocks on his neighbor or digs up the town folks, if a farmer, and help work building was erected by Contractor Summer Needs for Men.

business to lie about each other, past. He always lends a helping handto together for the good of the commu F. A. Peppercorn in a manner that

says an exchange.Tea the fellow who is up against it and I nity of which Orlando is the center.o leaves nothing more to be desired. Attraotive Stocks and Prices

o gives him a chance to make good. li o
drinking is said to be increas never forgets to do and say the little The nicest courtesy you can show LUCKIE NOW PRACTICING MEDICINE Make out list of Men's '

ing in America, but thus far the fact things that make his wife happy. His your guests is to have their visits IN LOS ANGELES your

has not been cited as evidence of un children find him a jolly chum and an mentioned in the Sentinel. The nicest furnishings Suits Hats Shirts 4

due pro-British sentiment.The ever ready playmate. His home is a courtesy you can show your friends iso J. B. Luckie, a former popular ,

o haven of love, happiness and content let them learn of your visits young man from Birmingham, who Underwear Shoes etc. and come

pointed paragrapher says: "A ment. The real "good fellow" is the through this paper whenever you go attended Rollins College and sang in ,

man who is always complimenting a world's greatest asset.-Bert More- away. Even we will consider it a the Presbyterian cuhrch in Orlando, here with perfect confidence that

woman is an awful liar, and she house, in Ginger.PROFESSIONAL. courtesy when you can show your is now practicing medicine in Los
knows it. Still she believes him." o friends an item of any kind. Angeles county, California. Like all you are getting the best values Orlando -
others who have
o o once tasted Orlando

If the nation would engage the ser THE PUBLIC. IS FOOLING There isn't much hope for the boy ozone and friendship, he still has a has to offer.

vices of an expert automobile d eThe who gets the idea into his head thathe warm place in his heart for Florida.
Lakeland Telegram in its last
signer it might now begin putting out issue tells of is just naturally "cute" and that
betweena I
an exciting race
1924 model dreadnoughts and subma hi.s stunt is to act the "village cut- EN ROUTE TO EAST COAST ON
rines. dollars passenger and a train. We'll bet up" in season and out of season. That BUSINESSVet. The new sport shirt in all the newest colors and
to doughnuts that's the same
o individual that electrified Orlando boy is so badly handicapped in the patterns. The latest summer tad al
Sensible whales should observe the start that he never catches up with L. Brown, general manager of
with his
"safety first" rule and stay on this him sprinting powers. We saw the general opinion the public has of the Lake Garfield Nurseries company, $1.50
it
pull off in Palatka
but the
side of the Atlantic, where there i is ; him. The public knows he is a nat of Bartow, and C. B. Houk, salesman
Sanford
no danger of being mistaken for sub for him.endurance He run was too much ural born ass, but he never finds il t for the same company, called at the Jnst arrived: the new Palm Beach soils in black
undertook
to catch the
Sentinel office their to the I
on
marines.If out. way
train when he was about half way between East Coast on a business trip con- and while silk stripe.
the city and the station. He
the balance of is to NOTICE nected with this well known nursery -
power re- is a professional runner and that is $10.00 value for $7.50
main with the United States it is nec- company.
the way he has of keeping in train- Of Application for Tax Deed Under
essary that our multitudes of colonelsbe ing. Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
promoted so that they will not be Laws of Florida THREE CARS OF FINE WATERMELONS ,
o
outranked by the Mexican generals.One .
INFLUENCE OF Notice is hereby given that ElgiraA. J. W. Graves was loading three
o WOMEN. Biddell, of Chattanooga, Tenn., LadiesReadytowear.Dresses .
cars of fine watermelons o'n the A. C.
of the things that make con- purchaser of tax certificate No. 2188.
Even in these days of sordid war- dated the L. track yesterday morning. They
5th
of November
day A. D.
ducting the weather bureau difficultis I ,
the fare there are some bits of romance 1895, has filed said certificate in my were fine large specimens of the in[ Lawn, Batiste, Voile and Linen in a '
fact that the
modern forecasteris which have not perished in the gen- office, and has made application for Excel variety. The Sentinel thanks of Patterns to choose from \
not allowed to use the phases of tax deed to issue in accordance with! good range
eral
slaughter of higher ideals. The him for 45
that
a pounder was aboutas
the moon extensively in preparing his law. Said certificate embraces the for
formulas. influence of a lovely woman is as following described property, situated nearly perfect as a watermelongets $7.50 ones go $3.89. I

strong now as in the days when Lean- in Orange county, Florida, to-wit: to be.
o der swam the Hellespont for a kiss. Southwest quarter of northeast quar- i
Geologists that several ter, section 16, township 23 south, j
have say speciesof The only difference lies in the envi- range 30 east. The said land being ADDITIONAL SOCIETYMrs. jI I
men entirely disappearedfrom ronments. Dario Resta, the speed assessed at the date of the issuanceof
the earth. Doubtless these include king, who won a world's record break- such certificate in the name of un- James L. Giles entertainedthe

the nice old gentleman who ing victory in the recent 500 mile known. Sewing Circle of the Methodist
used to pull off his boots of an evening : speedway at Unless said certificate shall be re- I church Monday afternoon at her homeon
race Chicago, admits deemed according to law, tax deed
with the help of the bootjack. that his wife Lucerne Circlie. Dickson-Ives Co
was really the goal that will issue thereon on the 16th day of
o spurred him on to victory. August, A. D. 1915. -
City boys are destined to become o! Witness my official signature and Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins will

mollycoddles or "tango kings"through NO HARD TIMES seal this the 14th day of July, A. D. leave the city soon for a trip to Asheville -

petticoat rule, declares the IN SOUTH. 1915.Seal.( .) B. M. ROBINSON, North Carolina.

secretary of the Boy Scouts of Amer- There are no hard times in the Clerk Circuit Court, Orange -
County, Florida.ANNOUNCEMENT. The .DEPARTMENT STORE.
ica. regular monthly business meet
Unfortunately, however, some South, according to the Bradstreet
become poolroom sharks or automo- from Alabama Florida superintendents ing of the Woman's Auxiliary of the ... ...
,
bile bandits. South Carolina and Georgia, who are Episcopal church which was post' ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
from the first
poned Monday of the
o in annual convention in Atlanta. Camp No. 16074 Modern Woodmenof month, was held Monday afternoon The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy
'- The Utica Observer rises to re- Money; is plentiful and business America will
good, meet tonight in of
reg- Mrs. Vivian was hostess for the afternoon of fair dealing, trustworthy merchandise -
t mark: "If there is anything on earth the rating men declare.A ular meeting and all members are
and a delightful afternoon was at right prices.r.
,
that will take the place of asparagusand wave of economy, rather than requested to be there as we have a
Plans for future work
spent. were
perhaps go it even one better, it hard times, caused the recent strin- big class for adoption and all expecta discussed. I

'g is green peas." The Sentinel would gency, they state, and this will soon good time. Neighbor McDonald,

heartily subscribe to the proposition be forgotten while handling the good from Sanford, will be, with us. SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for "J ii
if they will make it field peas. business in prospect now. J. M. Brady, clerk. special attraction.13-



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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE noon and assisted by other membersof Admission 5 Centa
WEEK the committee served ice cream and

Wednesday, July 14. cake. .41 SIlO UI I..-I-l US-IS.1
Young Matrons, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., -
TODAY'S PROGRAM 11 FOR BRACELETS
hostess. MRS. WRIGHT "LOVE AND LIMBO"A
Reception at the Baptist church for Majestic. "The Forged Testa-
the eighty new members recently HOSTESS. Mina Comedy. ment." A drama, in two parts.
received. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Gordon Royal. "Doggone It." A comedy- Give A Friend-Ship Link
Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p. m. Wright was hostess at her attractive drama. .
Thursday, July 15. home to the Younger Matrons Card American. "The Widow." A com- With your initials on, to all you are churning with, and receive one
Subscription dance at Country Club.
Tampa-Orlando golf tournament in Club. She had as her guests Miss "THE GOOD IN HIM"A edy.Four good reels of Mutual movies. V in return.
afternoon. Althea Wright, Mrs. W. M. Glenn, Don't miss it.
l sonic picnic. and Mrs. J. I. Dunn, who won the Lubin Drama. Five cents to all. Sterling Silver Friend-Ship Links
'/. -Mu: athletic field day, Wekiwa prize, it being a cross-stitched card I o 0

Springs.Friday, July 16. table cover. A fruit salad course was Among the many parties leaving With your initials engraved on same, costs but twenty-five cents;
Mrs. Blythe Watson, at home, 3:30 I served, iced tea and sandwiches. A Orlando for a few days outing at I soon you have an attractive bracelet, and a valuable keepsake.
p. m. Bridge. delightful afternoon was spent by "A FOOT HILL PROBLEM"A Daytona is that of Mr. and Mrs.\ F. A.
PLAN TO RAISE- those who were fortunate in enjoyingMrs. :' Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Low, and Miss D
FUNDS JULY 23. Wright's hospitality. Biograph Drama. Lillie Roux, who will motor over this

The board of governors of the As- morning in the Curtis car. Miss Roux ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
will join the of Rev. J. B. Ley
sociated Charities met at the San One of the jolliest crowds in Or- party ,
Juan yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, lando last evening was the crowd of and family, who are stopping at the I[6.
Mr. Braxton Beacham, the newly young people who gathered at the AN UNPAID RANSOM"An Daytona Beach hotel. The remainder I .OCl' .CD
elected president, presiding. All the Jackson street residence of Dr. and Edison of the Curtis party will put up at the
members were present except Rev.J. Mrs. N. J. Merck and "surprised" the Drama. Breakers while enjoying the pleasuresof -
B. Ley, who is out of town. Dr. young son of the family, Master\ the village by the sea. Remember, two coats of Patton's
Frank. The -0-- Velumina gives results equal to threeor
Stagg was also present and was extended surprise party was a
the courtesy of the floor. Plans great success, about fifty children at- A merry holiday seeking party was I paints.four Remember coats of ordinary it flat wall
needs
I Th- no sizeor
were discussed for raising funds to tending. Many games were played, I NOTE-The management of the that of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley and surfacer, flows easily, shows no
carry on the work of the associationand both indoors and out, the Victrola fur- Grand have entered into three charming daughters, the Misses laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
a con-
Mrs. John T. Fuller was appointed nishing music throughout the even- Hallie, Esther and Ruth Ley, who motored uniform tone and dries with a film,
washable and durable.
chairman of a committee to raise ing and everybody enjoyed the occa- tract with the Havatampa CigarCo. to Daytona-by-the-Sea yesterday Agents for .high-grade varnishes
the funds. Friday, July 23, was selected sion immensely. Light refreshmentswere morning. The party will spenda {AR ISH paints and wallpaper.
to introduce the
for Orlando's charity day and served, and at a comparativelylate Tampa Nug- few days on the coast, returning in I i
subscriptions to help in the work will hour the young people with many get Blunt, and each gentleman about a week. While at Daytona they WALL
be solicited on that day. Dr. Stagg regrets were forced to adjourn. will stop at the Daytona Beach hotel Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
was requested to write a letter to the -0-- attending today's show will be where they will be joined by Mrs. 205 S. Orange Avenue
press outlining the work for the day. Yesterday afternoon at the Vick presented with one of these Ley's sister, Miss Lillie Roux, today. \
Reports were made of several cases home on East Jackson street, a num- -0-- / Phone 26!
of indigency to the board and a com- ber of the young friends of little Kel- Cigars. The Baptist Baraca class is plan- COLEMAN & RHAN
mittee was appointed to investigatethe ler Harris, grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. ning a very attractive vesper service .
cases and offer assistance. Vick, and daughter of Dr. II. F. Harris for next Sunday afternoon. It will
-0-- of Palmetto, gathered to help in 5 Cents 10 cents be in the nature of a sacred concert'
FOR the celebration of her ninth birthday. consisting of organ and vocal num- NEW ICE COMPANYPHONE
COLLEGE GIRLS. Many games and other forms of bers, by local talent, assisted by Mr.
Miss May Bradshaw entertained informally amusement made the time fly swiftly II. F. Siewert, of Winter Park, a for-
last evening, her guests be- between the hours of 3:30 and 6. A Tomorrow-"Mrs. Wiggs of the mer student of the Guilmant organ 675

ing a half dozen college girls, who cream course and many other "good- Cabbage Patch." school of New York. The program
are home on vacation and an equal ies" increased the pleasure of the occasion will be short, about forty minutes, I
number of young men. An interest-I and when the time came for beginning promptly at 4:30.
ing game of "travel" was played anda departing the children found it almost Delivery starts
merry evening spent by the young impossible to realize that the Miss Elizabeth Robinson, the pret-
people. A delicious service of peachice hours had flown so swiftly. ty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
.r cream and home made cake was -oA ROOf GARDEN( Robinson, has returned from a delightful Monday, July 5th
enjoyed. Those who accepted Miss reception will be held at the Bap- visit to relatives in Jacksonville -
Bradshaw's delightful hospitalitywere tist church this evening beginningat .
: The Misses Frances Tippetts; 7:30 for the new members recently -0--
Carmen Graves, Frances West, Jessie received. Nearly a hundred members Mrs. B. Wolf has recently arrivedin Wait for our wagon. We think will
Key, Marguerite Blocker and Ophelia have been taken in and it is hoped Orlando from Forest, Minn., on a you
Gray, Messrs. Roy and Joe Dew, B. that all of these and many others will TODAYBLUE'BLOOD visit to her daughter, Mrs. P. Phillips, like our ioe.
A. Lawrence, Grin Key, Keith Armis- be present. All members and friendsare at her home on Lucerne Circle.
K stead and C. V McCulIough. Pe- invited. There wi1 oe a special m
tersburg Independent. I program of music an... several short -
talks by the members. These brief AND YELLOW
SOCIETY NOTESOF exercises will be followed by a social "
INTEREST.The hour during which refreshments will BACKSIn FRANK A. CURTIS TOUJMI R. .O'NEAL

Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- be enjoyed. two parts.
tist church met Monday afternoon, -0- Established
and despite the inclement weather a The Shakespeare Club will enjoy a Harry Gibbons, Gertrude Selby, 1886
number were present. Mrs. Lash- day's outing today at the camp of Morris.
Reggie
brooke was elected vice-president to C. P. Dow on Oak Island, Lake Con-
fill the place left vacant by Mrs. Al- way. A bountiful lunch will be carried L-Ko Comedy.
fred Bumby, who was recently elected along and the members will CURTIS & O'NEAL
president. Plans were completed for spend the afternoon at this delightfulspot.

the reception Wednesday evening and "HER OWN BLOOD"
ways and means for increasing the INSURANCE LOANS
church ,fund were discussed and a Miss Lillian Smith will entertainthe Big U Drama.

plan for raising money was adopted.Mrs. Bachelor Girls and several guestsat Adele Lane, Harry Linkey, Ed-
Lloyd Tenny was chairman of auction this afternoon. REAL:: ESTATE RENTALS
the reception committee for the after- (Continued in fourth column) ward Sloman. .


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WAYSIDE GLEANINGS OF A COMMERCIAL GRADING OF CORN ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING DICKSON-IVES CO. 'YAREIIOUSEPROGRESSIXG
\. RAMBLERThe OF FAIR ASSOCIATION
Washington, D. 'C.-The grades for We Make Good
t The annual stockholders meeting of Work on the big warehouse of the
School House .commercial corn which were promul-
the Orange County Fair Association Dickson-Ives company, on the corner
.In the school houses in Or- .gated the of agricultureon
passing by secretary
will be called to order this morningat of Gertrude avenue and the A. C. ll:
t lando the other morning we chanced January 3,- 1914, and which went 10 o'clock at the San Juan. Di- tracks, is progressing favorably. Yes- Anything you purchase from us that is not infirstclass
to notice that the doors and windowswere I into effect on July 1, 1914, have been rectors for the coming year will be terday the concrete for the founda- condition. Our aim is to give
all closed and the buildings and!generally' adopted throughout the elected by the stockholders. The directors tions was being mixed and put in the I you
grounds wore a deserted look. The !I corn belt and in the cities in that part will then elect the officers for forms. The ground is covered with First Class Goods Lowest Posse
year's goodly company had all de-j:of the United States and at the Gulf the year. A full attendance of stock- piles of crushed rock and foundation Prices
parted. The Temple of Learning was 'I ports, but are not in use in the cities holders is desired in order that the timbers and the appearance is that
in silence. I.along the Atlantic seaboard. The directors chosen may be as nearly as the work of erecting the building will' Prompt Service, Courteous
I If the young men and women who grades include the classification of possible satisfactory to all concerned. soon be under way.
have gone out from its portals have i white, yellow and mixed corn into six Treatment
acquired the mental tools which will :grades and "sample" and have been ,I
enable them to gather knowledge, recognized by the Grain Dealers' National -
they have received all they could expect -I Association, the state associa- This Is Your GroceryWe
of a high school or any school tions affiliated with this organization -
not devoted to the mastery of some the state grain inspection departments -
particular science or accomplishment.Of of Washington, Minnesota, y. N want your help in making this the largest -

knowledge itself they have I Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and best Grocery in the city. Come in and
gained very little. This they will per- and the department of agriculture,
ceive when they have striven but a commerce and industries of the state look the stock over. Get prices. Feel at home.

little way among the world's people. of South Carolina. If[ we please you tell others, if we don't tell us.
And in after years when they look In order that the producers, dealers ,
back with the dust of the conflict on and consumers throughout the United
their garments, how faint in their States may more fully understand the
memory will sound the cheerful tone I correct interpretation of the govern-
1. of the salutatory and the mournful ment corn grades, somewhat detailed To the BusinessMen OR L A tbA Message No. 2 Our Grocery Co.
strains of the valedictory! explanations are given in the new bulletin -
But alive within them should re- ,of the United States depart- of Orlando 6 and 8 East Pine Street
main the inspiration of what Dr. H.I ment of agriculture, No. 168, Grades i
W. Cox, of Gainesville, told them in for Commercial Corn. The classifica- Prosperity and local pride are twins. They are born at the same PHONE 200 ORLANDO} FLA.
the Orlando opera house. A more tion which was made by the secre- time and grow up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a
admirable address to a party of young tary and" became effective July 1, great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling -
I people in their position in life I have 1914, divided commercial corn into six shows direct returns in more sales and bigger profits.
never listened to. classes and "sample," the classification Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good SKATING RINKLadies' i
-0I being based on the moisture con- paint is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after a communityhas .
tent of the the color, the won it.
A True StorietteThe corn amount
other morning while ''mosey of, damage, foreign material and session at Skating Rink Tuesday (

I ing" through the Orlando postoffice cracked corn. It also included eleven DutchBoy Atlantic White Lead and Friday mornings. Ladies onlyno ---
in search of stray bits, I chanced to general rules for making this classi- ** *
men allowed in building in-
r' observe a gentleman extract mail fication. Necessarily even with the except
< from one of the lock boxes. Just why definite limits for the more impor- structors. *
and Dutch linseed oil make"qualityfirst" Put
Boy paint. some"leadandoil"
tant factors, points will arise
on
Mr. S. the
I should single out
among
many who patronize Uncle Sam's which the best experts may differ. touch with your paint paint to dealer work today.for you and your business. Get in Open 10 A. M. to 12 M., 2:30: P. M. to 6 P. ;$v1.,
For this the bulletin
reason gives
l" ing place and of business late in the early afternoon in the ,morn-is a somewhat in detail methods of secur- NATIONAL LEAD COMPANYIMiiMMItttlMlltiifMllttllllllllltilltlMttlMIM 7:30: P. M. to 10:30: P. M. 1

question that is not of any vital con- ing a representative sample from
sequence, so I shall pass that part of bulk corn,mixing samples for detailed Cor. South Orange Ave. and Jackson $t.
'II analyses, the size of samples, sieves
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perusing I for screening, moisture tests, deter-
t minutes he was heard to make this mining the amount of damage of
r remark: "This is an outrage. I have corn, foreign material and crackedcorn. Send Us Your Order
Printing
It also includes color
c been a patron of this office for a long a plate
time, and I have never yet had to pay which represents, as nearly as possi-
r more than sixty cents for my box ble, the various types of kernels from -- II-
rent, and I do not propose to pay any the standpoint of color. This bulletin
I $2.40 for it"-and Mr. S. forthwith may be had free upon application to II For Sale \
sailed up to the parcel post window the United States department of agri- ORLANDO ROOFING I"
.. and stated his supposed grievances to I culture, Washington, D. C.. as long: !
F the young gentleman who was presiding -i as the supply lasts. AND ,
at that station at the time. i
. "Let me see your card," said the HAVE YOU ANY? SHEET METAL CO. j jA;
t polite U. S. C., glancing at it, and in
jr a second he returned it to the owner, If you have any articles about your -
f saying: "Mister, this is not a notice premises you want to dispose of, puta Five-room house Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos I
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want ad. in the ,
from this office of any indebtedness, Daily Morning Sen-
h it is your Moose notification, of your tinel. Good second hand furniture, .. and Rubber Roofings
t dues." farming tools, and other equipmentare and lot or will ,
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i Nothing further was said and si- always saleable and it costs but Cornices, SkyUgbts.Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings A
- lence reigned. one cent a word to let 8,000 people
; I It know what you have to offer. Every trade and pay
Guests registering at the San Juan day some one reports a ready sale of Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOIIIBtllllillllltltllillllllilililiiilllllllllllllllil

: hotel yesterday included D. C. Hull, some article advertised in our classi-
t DeLand; J. A. Rudolph, O. C. Shef- fied department, the use of which is cash difference'for
field, Chas. Beckwith, H. C. Schrader, becoming more and more general. I
c Jacksonville; J. H. Ficton, Zellwood; better
i W. I. Reams, Wheeling, W. Va.; A. MANY GOOD REAL ESTATE property -
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
k E. Holmes, D. N. Mcllwaine, C. W. DEALS
: Huggins, Herbert Tait, F. W. Dim- i; close in. Owner
mitt, Fred M. Dalton, Tampa; G. W. Several good real estate deals' have; Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service
\i Foster, M. E. Moody, Plant City; J. recently been made in and around Or- )
;' H. Lancaster, Bartow; Max Marks, lando and many more are in processof i
Atlanta,'Ga.; F. K. Dixon, Martins consummation.Phone Harley-Davidson Truck .
Ferry, Ohio; Thos. J. Bautz, Balti- .
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more. 333 for your fresh meats.
Quality and service our motto. Cox's
Sentinel Want Ads Pay. Meat Market, Church street. 6-22-tf OSCAR HAND & SON PHONE 444 I

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Including meals and berth Paints and Varnishes at .

Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES Finley's Pioneer Paint Store

LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMERaSCEOL.A Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67 .

; Fruits of All Kinds at the Right Price., We have the best men and the best equipment to do ..
the best work. The best is the cheapest. *

Leaves Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M. Watermelons and Georgia Can- Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat *. i

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Lumber Laths and ShinblesORLANDO To reduce our stock as much as pos-
SENTINEL'WANTS sible by the 15th, will give a discountof ARCADE
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store- Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf
hMILKDEPOT

Whenever you want the best and
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox
on Church street and your order will
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf
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Directory is the Greatest Want Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
Ad Medium in Orlando.

NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS
Terms Cash in Advance. -
Sealed proposals will be received by the BUTTER MILK "
Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime
RATES County Commissioners of Orange County
State of Florida. at the office of the Clerkof
For One Day ______________25(. the Circuit Court of Orange County at Fresh Every Day.
For Three Days ___________50c Orlando Florida at or before 2 P. M. Mon- 5c. per glass
.. For Six Days _______________75c day,with August second 2nd quality 1915 for brick grading two miles and faring and- 25c. per gallon
For One Month ___$2. 0 from
Oakland the
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This rate applies on all ads of between Orange and Lake Counties. CREAM AND MILK
25 words or less. If the ad con- Proposal Number One
For grading and paving with second quality BUTTER
r tains more than 25 words the rate brick with 2x8 heart pine curb; pavement to
will be one cent per word for be nine feet wide between boards and grouted Fresh Homemade
l, each additional word, for each in- with a mixture of one part cement and one .
sand.
sertion.If part
Proposal Number Two SANDWICHES
you can't bring your ad to To include:: grading and paving with sec PIES AND CAKESARCADEMILKDEPOT
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- ond quality brick using cement curb four
inches wide and ten inches in depth according -
i counts opened by telephone will be
REMEMBERt to the specifications for brick highwaynow
payable the following day. in use in Orange County roads: width of
pavement from out to out to be nine feet.
Every Home-Every Business Proposal Number Three
For grading and with
paving second quality
Every Man has use for a brick; brick to be wire cut lug grouted. witha
Sentinel Want Ad. 2x8 heart pine curb; width of pavement
between boards to be nine feet. '
Proposal Number Four i
For grading and paving with second quality
brick; brick to be wire cut lug grouted witha SURVEYINGPlating
4x10 concrete curb; width of pavement
FOR SALE
from out to out to be nine feet.
Proposals must be presented in sealed envelopes and Sub-Dividing
FOR SALE OR TRADEAttractivehouse endorsed on the outside with the
and lot in Kalamazoo, Mich., number of proposal which is made. Each
proposal must be accompanied by a certified PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK
worth 4,500; modern improvements; check in the sum of S250.00 to be executed
paved street; central location; in cityof upon a State or National Bank and payableat
f 45,000. Would consider Orlando sight to the order of the Clerk: of the Circuit -
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users of Gas to be con- Court.
residence property in trade. Address The successful bidder, or bidders, will be HAL A. IRISHCivil
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best Box 137, Winter Park. 7-11-Gt* required to give bond in the sum of Five
Thousand $5.000.00) Dollars such bond to be
executed by a Surety Company to be approved Engineer
I fuel. FOR SALE-Seven passenger Abbott- by the County Commissioners.The .
Detroit car, fully equipped, fine con- County Commissioners reserve the rightto
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. dition; $550; or will take rood Ford M.reject O. OVERSTREET.any and all bids.Chairman Board of Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.
and some cash. Box 93, Orlando. County Commissioners.B. .
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be glad 7-13-Ct* M. ROBINSON. Clerk Circuit Court.
G. R RAMSEY, Highway Engineer.
of it FOR SALE FOR CASH-Three ice 7-7&14 Week End

S boxes, frame bed, iron crib, set of
If your gas service is not all that you think it should be dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice
cream freezer. Phone 100 or 75. Connoisseurs Rates
Phone No. 6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. 7-13-tf Have


I FOR SALE-Ford touring car, prac- Passed JudgmentOn From ORLANDODAYTONA e

tically new, fully equipped with
shock absorbers, electric lights, self-
starter, bumper, etc. See Mr. Hutton,
at Ford Garage. 7-13-St* our work and pronounce it to $2.30
be the most satisfactory obtain-

FOR unfurnished SALE OR, 7 RENT room-house Furnished; large or able, not only in Orlando, but in NEW SMYRNA

garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62 Vfe every section where they have $1.85
by 188; nice lawn; complete' in fruit travelled. Take advantage,of
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO and 6-19-lmoc flowers. 205 Liberty street. your best institutions. ORMOND

$2.50

GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Orlando VIA
and wind shield, at Ford Garage.
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FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof Steam LaundryPHONE Atlantic Coast LineStandard

,- the best trucking and fruit farmsin
Prosper Colony, consisting of 25 I 88
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under Railroad of the South
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for
cash if sold this month. A good cropon Tickets sold for all trains Satur-

.. the place will go with it. The and forenoon lim-
place will bear inspection. Good rea- CLINT BASS day Sunday,
sons for selling. If interested, ad- ited to return by midnight of
dress Box 57. The place is in sight PHONE 375
r. i of depot, church, school and brick following Tuesday.For .
road. 78d6twklylt'FOR West Jefferson[Street

SALE Successor to i iI Information Call on

Sale SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PASSENGER I D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- Hand \Vood CompanyWood
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. ...
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf OrlandoOSTEOPATH
[ of AIIKindsPROMPT

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract !
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 SERVICE
one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- REASONABLE PRICE
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
And continuing for two weeks 6-9-tl
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER

FOR RENT Office corner Orange Avenue and

Cut Flowers March St, Davis & McNeil Bid*..
I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR RENT-Seven passenger auto-
]
I mobile for rent. Daytona Beach Phone 419.

parties of six, $3 each. Trips in city,
25 cents each. Murray Auto Service. and Plants
Phone 542, Gem Barber Shop, Orange
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, avenue; residence phone, 1024 ring 2.
7-13-6t .
Kimonas and House Dresses Floral Designs eEO'O' 4
FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- I .
mer, or by the year cheap. T. A. i

i Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Yancey. 3-28-tfc I

FOR RENT Furnished and unfur- DR. L H. RAMSDEU

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Knox.nished flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-tf A. ..violet Dell Florist.J. i ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, FLORIDA a.

WX: : FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Come and lookjat our line FOR Apply RENT-Two 5 East South furnished street. rooms. M. CARUTHERS AND DO ALL KINDS OF

7-13-3t* Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. orncAj.REPAIRING


SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. WANTEDWANTEDHorse : 1

and' light dairy
14. WINTER GARDEN FLA. wagon, cheap. Address Box 524.
7-11-3t*
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CAREY HAND

MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his
real estate office from the Guernsey

Mock, which is being remodelled, to FUNERAL DIRECTORAND
the San Juan hotel, in first room
south of the hotel lobby, until his
office is completed in the Guernsey' ;; EMBALMER
I Colollial l ] Hill building. Mr. Giles will be glad to ..
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new see his location.customers and friends 7-ll-6tc at his I I fAll \


/ EXCEPTIONAL OFFER BUYERS AND SELLERSI calls answered Promptly Dayor

buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Night. Hand Block. r
over 30 years. Have handled over
You hear about Colonial
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20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Florida.
Orlando
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Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne Hills. .
t( FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best
property at Pine Castle for cottageor PHONE 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457
! with plenty of Foliageand You read about Colo- bungalow in Orlando. We trade A
real estate anywhere. Pine Castle
nial Hills. Realty Co., Pine Castle, Fla. A
Trees. 7-ll-6t*

. You talk about Colo- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB

Price $2000.00C. ,nial Hills. Located work in guaranteed the Arcade and BuildingAll neat- The Orlando Meat MarketT.

ly done. Our work is the best I

Sooner or later you and our prices are the lowest. A. YANCY, Manager

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

A. HOVEY Hills. Why not NOW! I Sqit scrubbed' and pressed75c.Suit Florida and Western Meats

dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

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

{ faction and profit. pressed ____________50c Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders 1
u Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
We"do ladies' work also. Give Buslnns! 135 P. 0. BOX aa6
us a trial and be convinced. PHONES |Residence 3j Cor. Orange Ave. and Church'St.

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




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Lawrence Lawton left yesterday for 1
New Smyrna to spend a week or so
with his brother, Mr. J. B. Lawton,
Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harrison, of
Q J i Volusia county, were among the visitors '
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to Orlando yesterday, makingthe
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eou e c > our-oars7- SAVINGS CHECKSARE
How many savings checks have you
collected.? 7-7-tf

WORTH
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Townsend left
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- Coast Line for Clyde, N. C., where $1.04 for Each $1.00
rency by making it accomplish larger things-to they will remain until October.
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make it go farther and prove its ability to earn They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
Mrs. W. H. Robertson left
yester-
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
day afternoon for Asheville, N. C.,
ty here in earning 4 per cent. where she will spend the remainder of
the season enjoying life in the moun- Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
Our steady growth in depositsand tains. Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
City Drug: Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
general business is evidenceof Mrs. E. R. Whitner and daughters, Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
John Grocer. T. A. Meat Market.
Empie Yancey
ability to serve our customers Misses Janie and Alice, have arrived
J. L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
well, and the character of our from Jacksonville and are visitingMrs. Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept. .
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % : Whitner's sister, Mrs. C. W. avenue and Arcade building. Store.
Goodrich, on West street. I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
ance of strength and conserva- J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson Dentist
tive management in "stretchingthe Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
Savings checks are worth $1.04 for Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel, Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol every $1.00. 77tfJ. P. Robinson, Photographer.
lars." .
C. and E. E. Palmer, prosperousand
popular citizens of Windermere,
motored to Orlando yesterday and
spent several hours mingling with They; can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
The State Bank friends and business associates.Rev. ment of the

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Orlando Fla. J. B. Ley and family left yes-
terday in their automobile for Day- The Peoples National Bank
tona Beach, where they will join the
Orlando colony and enjoy life on the
seashore for the coming week.

The hustling and accommodating
manager of the Orlando Seed and
11..11..1111..11111111111111111111.11111111111111111 Produce company, Even Alexander, w
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------ spent Sunday in Tampa, the guest of
his brother, T. F. Alexander.
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Savings checks collected is money MMIIIHI . -MMHIMIII -. . 1111111111111. .H

It's An Economy To in the. bank. 77tfW. '. . . . ."-=
J. McBride and wife and Mr.
K. J. Cates and daughter, Miss Neola,

Buy Now! were folks among motoring the to well Orlando known yesterdayand Sanford ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE


enjoying the sights of the city.E. Daytona, Florida, July 7, 1915.

II. Barnett, the clever represent- San Juan Garage Co., Orlando, Fla.
ative of the H. L. Judd Hardware Gentlemen:-Yours of the 23rd ult. duly received in regardto
company, of New York, was in Or- my Packard. Will say my car is 1909-30 touring car, whichI
lando yesterday calling on the trade. bought five years ago last February in Chicago. It was a remade -
While here he made his headquartersat car at that time. I have run it about 35,000 miles, and am
the San Juan hotel. satisfied that there never was a better car made. Have had
some very good offers to trade it for a new car, but I never expect -
Mrs. Earl Gore, Jr., went up to to part with it. If I get a new car, which I probably will some
Spring WaterIs Sanford yesterday where she joined day, I expect to take the tonneau off this one and make a road-

her mother, Mrs. Bothamly, and pro- ster of her.
ceeded to Daytona Beach, where she A year ago I drove to Chicago and back. We had six people
intends spending the next two monthsof going up, and five grown people and three children coming back,
a standard for the summer season. with either all our baggage and accessories. She never missed an explosion -
way.
purity aids diges- Ask for savings checks; they are As to up-keep I have had her thoroughly over-hauled every
your'money in the bank. 7-7-tf two years, which I think is one secret of the success I have had
tion and eliminates with her. Another thing is oil is cheaper than repairs, and this
L. K. Tucker, of the firm of J. Fri- part of it I attend to myself. I do not have a chauffeur, but take
acidity. erly Tucker & Bros., prominent real care of the car myself, except that I have a man who washes it
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estate dealers of Jacksonville, is and shines the brass occasionally.In .
spending some time in this section my opinion, the Packard car is the best car made, and I
This being accomplished a world of sick"*,' and is making his headquarters at am inclined to believe if the new Packards are as good as the old

ness is saved. Nature provided Spring Water the Orland hotel.T. ones, they are wonders. Very truly yours,

and Spring Water alone for mankind and R. Harney, the merchant princeof ROLLAND E. STEVENS

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Orange Center, accompanied by
E. B. Morey and G. W. Stokes, repre- San Juan Garage Company jj
NOW sentative citizens of that prosperous '
place, transacted business at the county !
seat yesterday.Mrs. "II" ll 'IIII"'II'IIIII'IIIIIII""II'IIIIIII"I'11..I..ltlll..J..1

J. A. Morris, Mrs. E. L. Wagner -
Elder Spring Water Co. and Miss Manon Estes, who have r
been the guests of Mrs. H. Carl Dannon ..
ORLANDO, FLORIDA North Orange avenue, left yester- Statement of the condition of the Orlando Bank
day afternoon for their home in At- "
Phone WRIGHT, 444 lanta, Ga.Savings. & Trust Co., at the close of business on the 30th f-,

day of June, 1915.SEMIANNUAL.

checks are money in the STATEMENT ,.- 3,. .; .
bank. 7-7-tf Resources d

County Commissioner A. C. Star-
------ LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ________$391,240.85
bird
and son, Mr. Roy Starbird, Dr.
...1111111.1..11.11111111.111111.1111111111111111..1DON'T C. P. McCall and M. S. Welsh, representative OVERDRAFTS ____________________ 851.74

citizens of Apopka, spent STOCKS AND BONDS ____________ 24,668.33
,yesterday in Orlando transacting business REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE AND f = r ,1

ALLOW THAT : and mingling with friends. FIXTURES ___________________ 42,167.86

Frank Moses and son, Master Wil- CASH ON HAND AND DUE FROM ,;

BIRTHDAYOR liam, who have been visitng Mr. and BANKS__________ _____________ 253,531.69 J' ..
Mrs. Geo. Fish at their home on Gore "\
avenue, returned yesterday to At- $712,460.47 A-'
lanta, Ga. Mr. Moses was pleasantly Liabilities ,
remembered by the "old timers" as a \
former citizen of Orlando. CAPITOL STOCK _________________$100,000.00 _
ANNIVERSARYTO !
: SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROF- i

LaFayette Pike and son, L. Pike, ITS __________________________ 41,226.86BILLS ,. r1 ;1
Jr., the --
were among leading stockmen ;
GO BY DEFAULTWE from the northwest portion of Or- PAYABLE__________________ None : e r # "! i -. :_ )

county transacting business in RE-DISCOUNTS ------- None
ange ------------ i
HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT' GIFT FOR THE Orlando yesterday. They motored DEPOSITS ___________________-____ 570,522.31DUE t t + '

OCCASION from their home in Zdlwood' and report TO BANKS __________________ 711.30 ', .. '
a marked improvement in the +
Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. roads between that place and this 712460.47 .I
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& Brundage FLORIDACapital

and Surplus and Undivided Profits $141,000.00. Total Resources over Three
OSTEOPATHS of Million. Dividends Paid since Organization
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Quarters
Personal instruction
under Dr. Stillat 1
ISrksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples .
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