The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00086
 Material Information
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 15, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00086
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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This Is Taken to Mean That lie July .-Striking suddenly -
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the German of the
Is Thoroughly AcquaintedWith army crown
WHO SPEAKS TO GER- prince again thrust forward deeply FLEET IS IN ADMIRABLECONDITION
Extent GermanyIs MAN BANKERS into the French line defending Verdun MAN ONCE[ MORE fRIDAY :
Willing to Go according to a Berlin official I

Emperor Appears to Be Pessi communication received here tonight. May Presage a Coming Engagement 1- .
Washington, July 14.-Secretary This report is in complete conflict -
mistic-An Scale-
Indemnity on Large
Lansing and Von Bernstorff, the Ger- with the French midnight statement. BASEBALL RESULTS AFTER 45 MINUTES DELI
man ambassador, met today informally Would Be Difficult, The Germans report that they cap- Writes Note to
while both were at luncheon, and Say Bankers tured nearly 3,000 unwounded prisoners Jellicoe National League ERATION JURY AGREES 1
later in the day Secretary Lansing and a great quantity of supplies. Chicago 5-3, New York 6-1. ON SANITY
f made it known that within a few days London, July 14.-The German em- Artillery combats of great violenceare London, July 14.-The belief that Cincinnati 1, Brooklyn 2.
he would hold a conference with the peror, according to the Times, in a being waged in the Souchez region the British navy will win fresh laurels St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 6. i STATES J
ambassador.It speech to a convention of bankers, and in Flanders where the Ger- "whenever the day of battle comes"is Boston-Pittsburgh, rain. AND YET APPEAL[ CASE
is understood also that the am- who had insisted on an interview to mans have again opened up on Fumes expressed by King George in a American League
bassador will call upon President Wil- point the financial difficulties of the and Dunkirk. message to Admiral Jellicoe after a Cleveland 3-1, Boston 27. I Thaw's Bail $ OOOO. Which Has
son on the latter's return from Cor- situation and the grave risk attendingthe Arras is rapidly being reduced to a visit to the grand fleet. lIe said: Detroit 12, New York 3. I
nish, N. II., and discuss with him the pursuance of the campaign shambles by the German shells, according "I have had the pleasure of seeingthe Chicago 6, Philadelphia 4. I Been Furnished-Believed 1
points raised in the latest German through another winter, stated that to the French report, and the greater portion of the officers and St. Louis 1, Washington 2. Hendrick Will Free
note. the war would end in October. Cathedral quarter is suffering especially men of the fleet. I realize the patientand Federal League Thaw
Considerable significance is attachedto The banks are alleged to have de- heavy damage. determined spirit with which you Buffalo 4-4, Newark 1-0.

the forthcoming conference between -. clared that even if the war were Soissons has also again been bom- have faced long months of waitingand Pittsburgh 8, Kansas City 4. New York, July 14.-Harry Thaw
Secretary Lansing and Ambas- brought to end immediately, an indemnity barded, the Germans hurling a perfect hoping. I know how strong is St. Louis 1, Chicago 4. today was declared sane. After a 45
sador Bernstorff.It would be difficult, but that if rain of heavy calibre shells into the comradeship that links all ranks Baltimore 7-5, Brooklyn 9-4. minutes deliberation the jury unani-
was learned today at the state the war were prolonged, the German that city. together. Such a happy state of Southern League I mously agreed that Thaw was enti-
department that Ambassador Bern Empire would become utterly bank- things convinces me that wheneverthe New Orleans 5, Little Rock 3. tled to his liberty. The verdict was
storff is in constant touch with his rupt.It. POPULAR TRAVELING MAN day of battle comes my navy will Mobile 5, Nashville 4. !rendered at 3:45 o'clock this after-
government by wireless and this is was in reply to these representations VISITS ORLANDOEd. add fresh triumphs to its old and glo- Chattanooga 5, Birmingham 2. noon and followed a big popular dem-
taken to mean that he is thoroughly according to the Times, that the rious traditions." Atlanta-Memphis, rain. .onstration in favor of Thaw outside
acquainted with the extent to which emperor is understood to have declared South Atlantic League
Singer, Jr., who travels out of the court house.
Germany is willing to go in order to the war will end in October. CLOSE ELECTION FOR SECOND Macon 3, Albany 2.
Nashville, Tenn., for the Just Mills, Justice Kendrick immediately remanded -
reach an amicable settlement of the of St. Louis, Mo., was among the visitors LIEUTENANTThere Columbia 2, Savannah 1. Thaw into the custody of the
controversy between the two govern CO.OPERATIVE DRUG STORE to Orlando yesterday. In the Columbus 4, Jacksonville 2. sheriff and tomorrow he will hear ar-
Augusta 5, Charleston 4.
ments. long ago Mr. Singer was a power in was a full attendance at the guments on a motion to vacate the
There were rumors on the streets state politics, especially in the con- meeting of Company C last eveningat order committing him to Matteawan.
Will Use Iron Club? last evening that a large cooperativedrug vention days. His wide acquaintance the Armory. After the drill Cap- THE WEATHERFor Decision on this argument will probably
Berlin, July 14.-America's recep- store would shortly be organizedin with the people throughout Florida tain Ray Chapman announced an elec- be announced Friday morning.It .
tion of the German note surprised and Orlando with a capital stock of gained by association in a business tion to fill the position of second lieu- Florida: Generally fair today is generally believed that Justice
disappointed Germany. Publication $25,000. way, placed him in a position where tenant.W. and Friday; light variable winds. Hendrick will free Thaw.
of editorials printed in the United his advice upon party matters was W. Rivers, of Orlando, and A. On the presumption that Justice
States criticising the note has causeda sought and eagerly received by thosein P. Swaidmark, of Winter Park, were Hendrick will be guided by the unan-
fresh outburst of anti-American B. P. O. E. IN FLOURISHING active charge of the party organ- nominated for the office and the vote SOUTHERN EXPRESS Will .imous view of the twelve men he sum-

feeling. German newspapers declareif ization. He was a friend of the lamented was 23 to 21 in favor of Rivers. Lieu- moned to advise him, it was learned
the United States persists in hold- United States Senator W. D. tenant Rivers made a speech of acceptance MOVETODAY tonight that Attorney General Wood-.
ing a shield before Great Britain the CONDITION Chipley, and today is of the opinion pledging hearty support to burn will take an appeal on behalf of
shield will have to be struck with an that the brainiest man in Florida is the company. He has served seven the state, pending the result of which
iron club. Los Angeles, July 14.-In the elec- Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pensacola. :Mr. years in the militia and three years in Another important change will occur Thaw will be released on bail.
tion of officers at Tuesday's sessionof Singer left here for New Smyrna the 11th cavalry, U. S. army, and is in Orlando's business today when I The bail will amount to $40,000,
Means Huge Loss to Producers the grand lodge of Elks only two from where he will make a tour of thoroughly competent to train the the Southern Express company, which which is ready for Thaw, the sum
Washington, July 14.Representatives contests developed. Edward Masters, the East Coast; the same happy, company, which he pledged to do at has so long occupied its present quarters [having been agreed upon as satisfactory
of the Chicago packing houses of Charleroi, Pa., defeated John B. jovial Ed. Singer, Jr., as in days of any time. at the Atlantic Coast Line passenger in the circumstances, and by Fri-
called at the state department today Jeffrey, of Oakland, Cal., for grand long ago. After Mr. Rivers' speech Mr. Swaid- station, will remove headquarters day night Thaw confidently expects
h and demanded that the governmenttake trustee to succeed James R. Nicholson mark took the floor and moved that to the south room in the Arcade to be on his way to Pittsburgh, his old
steps to stop the interference by of Boston, who was chosen grand NEW BUNGALOW ON WEST CENTRAL the election' of Rivers be made unan- building, where it will' have more com- home.
Great Britain of their trade with neu- exalted ruler. AVENUEA imous. This move was carried 'modious quarters to care for the rap- Two Millions to Save Son

tral countries. The department announced George F. Cooper, of Knoxville, through with great enthusiasm.Mr. idly growing business.W. With the vindication of Thaw's san-
after the conference that it Tenn., won over William Lown, of handsome seven room bungalowIs Swaidmark pledged his hearty T. Jamieson, the popular and ity assured by the verdict of the jury
would make representations to Great Saginaw, Mich., as grand loyal knight, under course of construction at 606 support to the organization, and after accommodating agent, is somewhat Mrs. Thaw's battle for her son repre-
Britain. and Baltimore was chosen for the West Central avenue. Mr. Jay Campbell directions had been issued for the disappointed at the non-arrival of the sents a total expenditure of almost
Teh packers described the attitudeof 1916 reunion. is the owner of the property andJ. men to be ready to drill three times new furniture for the office, but as two million dollars. The two murder
Great Britain as "incredible," and The grand lodge opened its conven- L. Long is doing the work. This is weekly at 8 o'clock in the evening, the soon as it arrives, and is installed, trials cost the Thaws around a mil-
announced they will be compelled to tion today by electing officers, a mere only one of a number of new homes meeting adjourned. Orlando will have one of the best of lions dollars, and an additional $350-
stop all trade with neutral countries formality which installed James R. which are being started in different the many Southern Express offices. 000 has been spent in the subsequent
unless they receive assurances that Nicholson, of Massachusetts, grand parts of the city.OVERSTREET. PLENTY OF BRICK Later on a depot office will be estab- proceedings to have the ban of insan-
their products will be allowed to reach exalted' ruler, succeeding lished in the room now used by the ity lifted. It is estimated the cost
Raymond Seven cars of brick for the county
the ports to which they are consigned.It railroad for baggage.J. to the state for Thav litigation has
Benjamin, of California. W. F. Chad, REACHES K. C. highways were received over the A. ::
is estimated this will loss
mean a been $418,000.GAIE .
of :Milwaukee, was elected grand lead- C. L. Tuesday. The city received one
of millions of dollars
to American
I and farmers. ing knight; E. R. Ingersall, Seattle, C. P. Dow received a wire from M. car on both Tuesday and Wednesday. W. HANLON IS DEAD
producers. grand lecturing knight; Thomas A. O. Overstreet stating that he had arrived The work of paving will not be longer WITH ST. CLOUD THIS
.MLONG'S---A. Dehue, London, Conn., grand tyler, safely' in Kansas City and was I delayed on account of a shortage of Sanford, Fla.-J. W. Hanlon, private AFTERNOON
BUNGALOW PROGRESSING and Oliver C. Black, Oklahoma City, stopping at the Snyderhoff hotel. paving material. secretary to SuperintendentBrand
grand inner guard. Frederick C. Rob- of the third division, Atlantic A game of baseball has been arranged -
inson, Dubuque, and Charles A. White Coast Line railway, died suddenly I between the Orlando and St.
One of the handsome additions to were re-elected secretary and treas- Get A Periscope View With Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Hanlon was I Cloud teams for this afternoon at the
Colonial Hills is the neat bungalow urer respectively.The on his vacation and visiting Mr. Get- Fair Grounds. The game will be
which L. D. Long is erecting on the I order of Elks is in a flourish- Shave Or Haircut By Heck! sen and family, of Sanford. called at 3:30 o'clock. As there has
property which he recently purchasedin ing condition, both as to finances and The remains were taken in chargeby been no contest here in some time all
that section of the city. Mr. Long membership, according to reports sub- T. J. Miller, undertaker, and will the fans should turn out and encour-
was formerly of Tampa, and while a mitted today. Fred C. Robinson, Hadlock :\lillsIe.It's brand new eration leading citizens had awaitedthe be shipped to Tampa for interment. age the visitors as well as our homeOO.s.
resident of that city did considerable grand secretary; Charles A. White, Well Known in Tampa Both teams are capable of put-
-even if it is in Hadlock Mills-nothing call of "Next, and put in rock-
building. It is probable that he will grand treasurer; the board of grand like it anywhere else in the United ing chairs. So did Sid. Tampa, Fla.-J. W. Hanlon, secre- ting up a splendid article of baseball.
continue in the same line of business trustees and the auditing committee States or anywhere else, by heck! Sid put in a phonograph; Silas tary to Superintendent Brand of the
f here, his present building being in made their BRIGADIER GENERAL DOUGH-
reports. I Atlantic Coast Line, who died sud-
Bet you never heard of a periscope turned on music, too. Silas added a
the nature of a starter. During the year ended April 1, barber shop before. lIadlock Mills mechanical banjo. Sid then had a denly in Sanford Tuesday, was well ERTY DIES
1915, 43,085 members were admitted, has it-the "U. C." everything that's young alligator on exhibition in his known in Tampa, and news of his de- -
KEY WEST TO HAVE BIG HOTEL ;bringing the total membership to 442- going on in town while you're getting window and Silas leased a pet monkey mise caused great regret when it be- Oakland, Cal.-Brigadier General
BY JANUARY 1 658. There were 16,228 members shaved! from Cap'n Bill Spencer.But came known here last night. William E. Dougherty, U. S. A., retired -
dropped from the rolls; 232 expelled In Orlando MondayMr. is dead here, aged 74. He wasa
; You are just tilted back in Sid Hoi- now it seems plainly up to
Key West, Fla.-At the meeting of I 7,843 dimitted and 4,701 deaths, leaving brook's sanitary barber shop chair Silas-Sid having long been interested :: Hanlon was in Orlando Monday native of Ireland. He served in
local financiers held with Messrs. Bur- I the net increase in membership and right over your eyes is a big tin I I in submarines and having studiedout conversing with his many friends and the civil war and entered the regular
bridge and Blackford practically everything 14,801. Ten new lodges were added, tube and you look up the tube which just how the "eye" of the%sub- his death was a great shock. service in 1865.
was agreed upon in refer- bringing the total to 1,326. runs through the roof of the one-story marine works, and rigging that tin
ence to the proposed tourist hotel. .1 There was reported a surplus of$694,541.in barber shop and has a scientific arrangements pipe periscope over the chair and!! MRS. ASTOR TO SEW FOR MEN CRIMINAL COURT
The hotel, according to Dr. Malo- the grand lodge treasury, of mirrors at top, and you through the roof with its mirror com- AT FRONT Joe King yesterday was convictedof
ney, will cost approximately $150,000, while subordinate lodges have net as- can see all that's doing down at the binations which permits his customerto breaking and entering but no sen-
and an additional expenditure of $25- I sets of $26,515,759.BUILDING postoffice or over at the soda foun- gaze at ease upon all the mad, Bar Harbor, Me.-l\Irs. John Jacob -. tence was pronounced upon him. No
000 will be necessary for the furnish- tain in the drug store, or the society busy life of Hadlock Mills' the while Astor, along with nearly all the other matters were settled. Court
ings. I BOOM CONSISTENTThe arrivals at the moving picture show. his stubble is being scraped away or women members of the summer colony will not adjourn today as expected.
Sid introduced tissue paper covers his chin spinach curtailed. here, has pledged herself to sew
CAPTURE OF SALTILLO IS RE- McNair Lumber company is do- for the head rest of the chair to fend They say the proprietor of the Ten shirts, surgical bandages, and other ONE ROOM ADDITIONA
PORTEDSan ing a good business this summer. off baldness germs, and made his instruments Cent Store was looking in the peri- articles for the allies for at least one one room addition is being addedto
Many houses are going up in all septic in a refrigerator, scope the other day and saw two of hour a week. the recently completed residence of
Antonio, Tex.-Capture of Sal- .I parts of the city, and it seems probable and so did Silas Harvey right after his girls flirting with a young dentist At a meeting of the recently formed George I. Russell, west of Joyland. ,.
tub, Mexico, was claimed in a mes- that the building boom will last him. Then both startled Hadlock across the street, and that the girls Bar Harbor relief committee yester-
sage from Nuevo Laredo received at all summer. The city is expanding in Mills by importing sanitary iron and got an awful dressing down, and they day afternoon the work was outlined All the popular music, and will -,
the Carranza consulate here early to- every direction, and new residents are enamel chairs. Then Silas yankedout don't know who told 'the boss on I along the same lines as those that order at once anything [you want. .
day. i arriving every day. the aged settee where for a gen- them. prevailed at Aiken last winter. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. ;

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Bargain T TB i

New house 8 rooms and bath. Location perfect 4 blocks

: oi1g g.I n from center of city, east side. B ilrg g iftil.

; For quick sale $3000. Cash or terms.Carl I

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W. E.: Powell, who for some time Taft, Fla., July 13.-A. L. Wrightis

i f has conducted a thriving business in having a new building erected fora
f the sale of various products of Geor- store house and garage in anticipation .
r f- gia and Florida, closed a deal Monday -I of a new auto in the near future.
Can tell them
r whereby he disposed of his business Frank Martin is the architect on the you apart
i to J. T. Smith, who recently set- job.Joe
l tied in this city. Ahik is down from Sanford fora I
I A considerable trade in poultry of few days, visiting with his family
t'K all kinds, imported direct from the and other friends. Joe is a "jolly I t is very difficult for any
" farms of south Georgia has been good fellow" and is always welcome.
t built up by Mr. Powell; Georgia cane News Scarce Since War S f one but an expert to tell the
i syrup, old fashioned smoked bacon, News is scarce this week. Since 55
i and different kinds of fruit were also the "war" is closed everybody has difference between a
F disposed of by "The Georgia Man," "settled down for a rest, only to hustle
j[ as Mr. Powell styled himself. for the collateral with which to buy \ \ imitation pearl and a genuine
t This change in ownership removes bread. Our merchants, however, report :
L from Orlando's business life, temporarily j lively business, and we still repeat -
F f at least, one of its most sterling i trade in Taft, is possible. .d pearl of the same size worth
i members. Mr. Powell is a typical I Many complain that we do not give
Georgian of the old school, courteous, all the news. If they would hand in $500-therefore one might
obliging and honest to a fault; in I i their items which escape us by Tues-
short, a man with whom it is a genuine ,day of each week it might help to A genuine pearl An imitation pearl buy the 5oc imitation because
pleasure to come in contact in I I fill this column, and they might haveI Value $500 Value 50 cents
this age of hustle and worry when.I the pleasure of seeing their names it looks like the genuine article
most men are absorbed in the eternal ,I spelled wrong in the paper. Every
chase after the almighty dollar. j I little helps.Tomatoes. and this is all any pearl hasto
j I and melons continue to
CATCHES SHARK 11 'FEET LONG (I I move by the wagon loads from the
FROM THE PIER j}I"forty acre patch," and lots of them do. ,

t St. Petersburg, Fla.-A shark 11 I yet. But-when you can get a
feet in length and weighing 800 BRYAN EXPLAINING
pounds was hauled onto the end of j I n. genuine Victrola with its repertoire -

the municipal pier at 10 o'clock this i J! Harmosa Beach, Cal.-William Jen- I
morning by William B. Wills and a nings Bryan issued a statement here of more than 5000 Victor
dozen assistants. The giant fish had today explaining what he meant by
been caught by a big iron hook baited "unnecessary risk" in his comment on ( jt/,/ Records for the same price
with a bone fish on the end of a long the last German note. lie said: 1 I

rope. "Any traveler takes an unnecessaryrisk .1 II that you would pay for some
., The fish made a terrific fight before when he goes into the war zone ;
he was subdued and it took fully 20 on a belligerent ship, knowing that it 'i 4'j I other instrument that only
minutes to drag him to the pier. Af- is subject to attack by submarines.
ter being hauled in he was on exhibi- A traveler also takes unnecessaryrisks looks like a Victrola there
tion for time when he ,
some and excited a rides on a neutral ship
great deal of attention from pedes- carrying ammunition."If .
trians and autoists who visited the patriotism requires a man to f k can remain no question of

scene. No one was able to determine I I risk his life for his country when his Victor .. -
just what species of shark the fish I country is engaged in war, it would supremacy.
was and it was said to be similar to I seem to be patriotic for a citizen to
The is in the Come
a new kind that recently has made its I avoid risks that might involve his proof hearing.
appearance near Egmont key and i country in war." in any time and we will gladly play any

caused considerable trouble for tar- Genuine Victrola Any imitation of a Victrola music you wish to hear. V c'll explain
pon fishermen. After being displayedfor ALL;EVIDENCE IN MENDENHALL
a few hours, Mr. Wills had the CASE NOT YET PRINTED $15 to $250 (at practically the same price our system of easy terms too, if desired.
shark rolled overboard. t Clearwater, Fla .. Victrola
-"The prosecutionhas ", ,. as a genuine )
evidence in the Mendenhall case .1 U.l t .
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27 STATES TO HAVE REPRE- that has never been given to the prssor -. : :* ." -: .. -.... .
SENTATION AT GOVER- th public," declared '
Sheriff Marvin --
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states that they will send delegates to whether or not any new evidence had '-, '_ .1 ..... ..:. .!; -J1't. i,
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here for four days beginning August ..,Q '- .I
24, have been received at the officeof LAKE LUCERNE IMPROVEMENTSAll .. .
Governor Walsh, it was said today. '
Cole L. Blease, former governor of of the unsodded portions of the
South Carolina, wrote that he would lake shore, and adjoining parkway of
come and speak on "The Duty of Lucerne Circle are being set out to
Chief Executive in Dealing With Pris- St. Augustine grass by a force of men W. S. BRANCH The Arcade Book and Music Store
oners. During his term of office under the skillful supervision of B. S. ,
Blease ordered the release of hun- .Blair, who is superintendent of the
Orlando Florida
dreds of convicts. I park improvements in the city. ,

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Yonge, the representative of annual barbecue at Oxford\ New York.-Two of the most pow- 25 S Discount
the University of Florida, who is at Cyclones j
Fla., will be held Saturday, August erful naval aeroplanes ever constructed I
present doing some work in Orlando, I Some of the Florida editors say I
7. Arrangements will be made to are being built at Buffalo by Glenn
spoke this morning with great enthu- they "from :Missouri. far
feed everybody on good old Florida are so as !
siasm of the advancement being made I H. Curtiss for delivery to the Rus-
barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice 'i the story goes about the Missouri tornado -I For the benefit of our customers -
by institution. sian government late in August, it
cream will be on hand all day and I blowing a railroad train from
OJstate: longer necessary for the every effort possible will be made for I i was learned nere yesterday. They the tracks. These editors have evidently we will give a 25 1
state to send their sons I
their in the
lives South
social entertainment. will be used as accessories of the Russian spent
t and daughters out of the state to Everybody invited to come and Baltic fleet and will carry, it is where real sure enough cyclones and per cent cash discount on 1
them first class college edu-
give a bring their friends, and we will do believed, more ammunition than any tornadoes are comparatively un
cation. The Woman's College at Tal- all we can to make the day pleasantand war planes now in use. known. So far from being at all unbelievable all goods sold during the 1
lahassee and the of Florida

profitable for you. The biplanes will measure 74 feet such a statement tells of '
at Gainesville are both universi- Committee in charge: F. M. Ham- across the wings, which are curved only a quite common occurrence. And month of July and August. ,:
ties in of the word, and
every sense mons, R. M. Driggers, I. P. Rainey, :more than previous planes built by furthermore the blowing of a train

are prepared to offer to the citizensof R. P. Bowman, L. R. Lee, J. B. Wal- Curtiss, to give a greater carrying from the track is not by any means ..
Florida the best of education for
dron, S. C. Caruthers. capacity. The weight, including that the most terrible result of cyclonesand
their children. The university offers of the two 160 horse power engines, tornadoes. Those who have never Hammond & Gore
the best of instruction in practicallyevery
KISSIMMEE TO LAY BRICK which are being built at Hammonds- passed through the cyclones have lit- '
department, the college of arts tle of the awful force I
port, will be 3,250 pounds, 500 poundsmore comprehension
and sciences offering excellent advantages with which travel and the FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .
Kissimmee, Fla., July 13.Improvement than that of the America, built they
for a liberal education lead- work is to go forward in Osce- at Hammondsport a year ago for a slaughter and destruction that follow I
ing to the degrees of A. B. and B. S.; in their wake. Having lived for a Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando, Fla. ':
county. The council has appointed contemplated flight across the Atlantic ..
the college of agriculture, leading to Chairman"Thompson, W. W. Car- and in use by the British .govern quarter of a century on the prairiesof ,
the degrees of B. S. A. and including
son and J. D. Woodbeck to investi- ment now. the Northwest we speak from more
many short courses for the farmers gate the distance and other details It is estimated that the new aero- I accurate knowledge and observation.
of the state, the college of engineering -
concerning the bricking of the city planes will be able to make eighty i I

affording the very best techno- street to the northern limit of the miles an hour, about twenty more William Richey and a party of

logical training in civil, electrical and town to meet the brick road to be than by the America, and that the.j I three friends arrived at the Royal ho- TIE[ PUCE[ TO SAVE[ MONEY
mechanical engineering, the college of
built by the county from the Orange America's carrying power of 2,400 tel late yesterday from Orlando to
law, the best in the country for the county line, which, east, will be an pounds will be greatly surpassel. spend the week-end on the coast.

future practitioners of Florida, the extension of the Orlando brick road. They plan to visit one of the popular

teachers' college issuing the degreesof The committee will report tonight. PROOF POSITIVE Gulf resorts tomorrow and to returnto FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES
B. S. and B. A. in education, and their home Monday or Tuesda '.-

the school of graduate courses offer- He was a dashing captain, but Tampa Times.
ing courses leading to the degreesof Some folks said with a sneer,
Fruits of All Kinds atthe Price
According to the news, the Czar is "Oh, he has never powder smelled Right
master of arts and master of sci
Phone 333 for fresh meats.
going to the front; also, according to During his army career. .i your
ence. the news, he will probably find the j I But such remarks were groundless--i Quality and service our motto. Cox's
The past legislature has been more front coming back to meet him.- |I He proved them all untrue; II Meat Market. Church street. 6-22-tf i Watermelons and Georgia Can- /
than generous to both of the two j I Because, to a widow once he was
Philadelphia Press. Engaged for a month or two. Sentinel Want Ads Pay. .
state institutions. The yearly appro- I taloupes on Ice

priation for the university has been

increased been given by to$10,000 the college; $10,000 library has, LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO.Our j. w. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH ST ,

$6,000 of which will go into the gen- ,

eral library, and the remaining $1,000

into the law library alone, making it
budwood is selected from the well-known grove of Perrin&Thompson, Florence Villa, from, the best bearing
the most complete and to date of
up trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride. Come to Bartow and let us
college in the South.
any library take you out and see our clean, healthy stock. _
Other sums have been given for cam- W. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES

pus improvement, and equipment for PROOFS FACTS I Proprietors and Owners
Our trees calipering a half inch and less are set '
the college of and other
engineering, To the grove owners there is a great satisfaction in
activities. With such out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries
campus hearty knowing as his trees come into bearing that they areca
support on the part of our legislature, 1'ipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-: the best, that each is true to name, from a parentIng Daytona Beach HotelON
from them. W\ claim of merit by
the success of this institution is as- away fSTSSt stock that has a record for quantity and quality re-
shoWIng our wares, obtained by our OCEAN BEAChDaytona
sured, and it can easily be seen that customers. These things are insuring orders for us suIts. These thffigs a man knows who has Lake Gar- Red
Beach Florida. Telephone 173
this university is on a par with any day by day. field Nursery trees. ,

in the country, and: can offer to a citizen .
GET OUR CATALOGThe Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
of this state, with no cost of tuition -
whatever, a college training the Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog; it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece." Single and en Suite

equal of that offered by any in the You should have a copy. It rings true. \ Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold
country.Mr. When you read it you instinctively feel a contact with a master's touch; you come to an appreciation of what
Shower Baths,.Free to guests
Yonge expects to spend several you should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you.

days in the city arousing interest in Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week

the two colleges, and it is to be hoped Dinners 50 cents

that his visit here will be attended.
with great success. Lake Garfield Nurseries Company, Bartow, Florida BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS

Nurseries located 5 miles East Barlow
The want ad/s the thing.

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BEAUTIFUL MEDALLION PORTRAIT affected by a visit to our Ready-to-


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Exquisite Minatures Articles from all over this great Store <-

*s. The Latest achievements of the Portrait Try to be early. It is worth while.

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a Fresh from New York comes a new,

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t GENUINE COLUMBIA Demand lightful for outing or vacation wear;

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A Large Assortment of

How to Secure These KITCHNER SAILORS, the very Exceptional Waist ValuesLADIES'

latest in New York; we have
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I value WAISTS, white and colored,
them in all colors. Regular $5
made of voiles and lawns, 75c. values
When you make a purchase at any Department throughout the store you can secure a Medallion Ticket
from the Sales Clerk; take the Medallion Ticket with Sales-check to Medallion Department, on Main Floor, $1.50NEW 58 cents
{ where it will be punched to the amount of your purchase. When your purchases amount to $10.00 bring in
your ticket with the Photograph you wish reproduced. Medallion will be finished and returned together with LADIES' WAISTS, Voiles, Organdiesand

r your Columbia original picture Medallians unharmed.are made in three styles, and each style in gloss or dull finish. SUMMER DRESSES Crepes, white and fancy, $1.50

Dainty Voiles in the popular new value

I Water Color !I t I striped and figured effects. As smart 98 cents

L CarbonThis Sepia I I and pretty as any dress seen this season,
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; flesh tints, color of hair I Medallionsare $1.9S:
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tiful soft tone and deeD so I and eyes, as well as thoseof value
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t DAILY. LETTER TO SENTINEL FROM sent to all commercial organizations :
GEO. E. BATES in the state. What sort of responsewas I&
t South Florida Sentinel received? I hope the Sentinel I SIDELIGHTS3y

MORNING AND WEEKLY will look up this matter, see the secretary W. S. Branch. \

'. *. 1:. GLENN .....,,....... ...Editor 'The Grand," of the Board of Trade, and let
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Baitnew Manager Mt. Vernon, N. IL, July 11, 1915. us know. I

"1 Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida The South Florida Sentinel. Many people in the North and elsewhere Here is a true story with a lessonin KEEP COOL

i u Second Clau Mail Matter. Dear Sirs:-We are enjoying each think that if a man settles it for the city of Orlando, the I

f: SUBSCRIPTION RATES number of the Daily Sentinel and note down in Florida he loses energy. To i Board of Trade and every person who

Daily. 1 Year ......... .............. $5.00 with pleasure the rapid strides made wishes to see Orlando continue to
Daily. I Monthe ...................... 260 show how little there is in that theoryit 1
j' Daily. S Months ...................... L2Daily. and about to be made in the directionof is only to mention two I grow and prosper.A .
1. Month ...u................... ..60t. good roads. Good roads mean to remarkable necessary men of Orange Mahlon gentleman who has recently set-

Weekly. f Year ...................... 11.00 FloiWa development, progress, pros- Gore, of Orlando, and Capt. B. M. '' tled on a small farm near the city BY SHOPPING AT

t- ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN perity; the absence of good roads Sims, of Ocoee. They are both near- limits told us that some five years
ADVANCE he sold out his business in Phila-
means stagnation, decay, poverty.We ing their eightieth year; perhaps ago r
l TO ADVERTISERS: delphia, and as his wife's health was
interested also in
are especially
Sims is the oldest by
Capt. a year or
t. Copy for display and all other hand-set the articles in the Sentinel regardingthe two. But where will you find two not rugged they concluded to go
!S adTCrtiiinr vast be handed in at the business abroad. They travelled over Europe DICKSONIYESCOMPANY[
: planting of shade trees, flowering :I
:. .ffic. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ID.t more alert minds, or better workers
the day before pa-Ucation. Title rale applies shrubs etc., along the highways, thus for the upbuilding' of Florida? Mr. and as far as Russia, and on return-
it U
to changes for contract adTtrtiiinr; I
t ....rial l* apd, will he atrietly adhered to. adding greatly to the comfort and Gore looks after several orange and ing to this country started out to finda
I pleasure of all that ride over them. new location for a home. Going up
and is
F grapefruit groves, always
Soboeriber desiring The Sentinel d con-
dnued should notify the office in writing on These brick and hard surfaced roads planting new trees, as if he expectedto into Canada they covered the Canadian II
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I as far as Saskatchewanand
continued it the regular subscription rates. that we are building over Florida are live another generation. And thereis ...
l until notice to stop u received. going to attract thousands of tourist the Canadian Northwest.

Telephone Nnmb-r ...................... 24 visitors in their autos, and if we can practical no man ideas more, and ready up to with date meth-good, Returning to the United States they The store where the most fastidious i

THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915. border them with beautiful trees and ods, of public improvement. He has travelled all over New England and I gratify their tastes in
1 toured down into Mexico and Texas, may
flowers what advertisement and
an often said that he does not expect

1 While it is alright to believe in added attraction it will be for all anythng better than Florida in the inent often stopping points and several thoroughly weeks at studyingthe prom- I all that is newest and latest from

economy, every life should be well Florida.No life to come; and that if he lives five

r.f spent. one thing has boomed California years he will see more progress and conditions home.with a view to makinga the Northern and Eastern Markets.

0 more than its roses. Things grow improvement than the preceding permanent

,. Advertisers who do not get results so rapidly in Florida that with proper twenty years have brought to his beloved They then went to the Pacific coast Below are some of the latest arri-
looking carefully over Oklahoma, Ari-
care and protection it will take buta
should consult advertising experts state. There is something fine
r who know how. The best advertisersof short time to make our roadsides a in the act of an old man planting zona, etc., on the way out. From as vals:

the country are using the morning thing of beauty. But-and this "but" young trees: a token of his faith in far south as Redlands they went
north through California, Oregon,
t" papers because they have found out means everthing-we can not make longer life and his consideration for
Washington and to Tacoma, Seat-
that the people do not have time in our trees and flowers live until we those who are to come after him. up

the evening to read ads. Think it have a state law compelling owners Capt. Sims recently published a tle, and the Puget Sound country. Awning Stripe Voiles

over, Mr. Local Merchant. Are you of cattle and live stock to keep same booklet upon the culture of citrus Then back over the northern route \
the cities of Montana
through principal -
putting all your eggs in one basket? on their own lands and under proper fruits and the history of the orange, Those bewitching new Voiles. Awning
and the Dakotas and
Wyoming ,
fence. Also it is of
oMan's no use to plant and also assisted in the incorporationof
mission in life seems to be trees, etc., unless they can be pro- a new nursery company. Last stopped some time in St. Paul, Minneapolis stripes a-plenty, and the new Rainbow stripes as

paying for what a woman wants, says tected from forest fires. Trees have winter he came to Washington with a and other points in that vicinity well.
then up to Duluth and Superiorand
the Chicago Ledger. been planted we believe twice on the load of and grapefruit in
car oranges All are imported English Voiles, soft and
the extreme northern iron coun-
road between
Orlando and
o bulk, and personally looked after their
try and back by the great lakes and sheen with sheen and finish of silk.
sends Sanford. They were evidently set out gossimer
The department of agriculture sale, while others sat at home and let

out a warning to American purchasers without much care-and have received their crops go for 'little or nothingon through Ohio Pennsylvania and the delightfully cool and attractive, 36 and 40 inch wide
Middle West thus covering thoroughly -
about "eggless noodles." Evidently none since being set out. The account of a low market. In vigor, ;
most of them are dead. Most of them about all of the country, includinga Price 25c 35c and 40c
the department will soon be strug- both of body and intellect, these two yd
Alaska. ,
gling with the question: "What is a were burned by the annual forest men will put to blush many men of trip to .

noodle?" Anyway, how are they go- fires that impoverish the Florida soil. half their age-in the Yankee East. Asked how he came to decide upon

ing to draw the line between an egg The few trees left on this 24-mile Mr. Gore came from Iowa and Capt. Orlando 'he said some friends sent
them Orlando booklets and Or-
noodle and an eggless noodle? The strip are a sorry stunted lot. With Sims from Tennessee when in their .4

false ones are dyed to give the egg I proper protection from cattle and youthful prime, and have seen grow lando newspapers and they studied Fashions Latest Caprice.New .
them over and became interested, and
fires there is doubt but that
color. no a sentiment around them communities of
up pros-
-o could be and would be imme- perous people, to whose welfare they on coming down here found it was the floral Denim and Cretonne the latest fad
had been for dur-
place they looking
The Dardanelles is proving a hard diately aroused to beautify our streets have added much. May they both live
r ing all the five years of their journey- for skirts. Wide range of colors to select from.
nut to crack, but every day the nut- by nearly everybody. We would glad- many years yet, to see a more com- -
cracker grows heavier. ly plant trees and flowers could we plete fruition of their good work. ings. Do you get the lesson? 35c to 50c yard.

feel assured they had fair chance of
o a Keep your eye on the South Apopka THERE IS NO"HALFWAY.

Some newspapers continue to talk growing. region of Orange county: the open ."

about "after the war in Europe," but Yours for all improvements, greenhouse of the state. Such returns -
The German press in this country
it begins to look like the war is goingto GEO. E. BATES.LETTER as the Tildens, Sadlers, Simses,
praises with practical unanimity the
keep right on, and that there will and others have received from their I Imperial German Government's note. Beldings Guaranteed Taffetas.Black .

be no "after.-Ocala Banner. Yes; sub-irrigated truck gardens (often
FROM WASHINGTON To the Staats-Zeitung it is "eminently -
it will come to an end. If the whole- averaging $1,000 acre for
per four shades.
all the
satisfactory. The Cincinnati Freie white and prevailing .
sale slaughter keeps on a while longer months' work) can hardly be found '\
there will be no combatants left.- Editor Sentinel:-You are engagedin elsewhere in the United States. Even Presse sees" in it "everything that can We desire to call your special attention to these

Clearwater Sun. a good work in agitating the plant- the celebrated' Yakima Valley, in be asked. In phrases revealing an silks as theyare the latest the markets afford.
identical confusion the
1- Chicag
After in Europe dates from August ing of shade trees along the high- Washington, where land is held at

1, 1914. There is an "after" after all. ways of Orange county. The new $1,500 per acre, can not equal that, Staats-Zeitung finds that Germany is At $1.50 per yard.
the demands of
0 brick roads should be shaded with the after Your recent edito- "endeavoring to meet
year year. "
There is a feeling abroad that Rou- best trees that can be had. Camphorand rial write-up of that section was a this country half-way; the St. Paul I

mania will enter the conflict at just water oak are hard to beat for real public service, well done. Go Volks-Zeitung that "she "meets us

I the right moment, as did Italy. that purpose. Imagine the restful again, and tell your readers more more than half-way.* *

o I pleasure of an auto trip from Orlando about how those marvellous results Summer Needs for Men. .
I But it should be made clear-
Orlando is in the midst of a move- along the smooth brick avenues out were achieved. But the way to at- very
t the German press in this country Stocks and Prices
ment to erect a Board of Trade building among the hills and lakes, under fragrant tain such results is to go there and do Attractive
should aid in this work instead of
which shall serve as the home of camphor boughs and oaks, the likewise. When the new Orlando- per-

the civic bodies and provide a rest brilliant tropic sunlight sifting only Winter Garden-Oakland brick high- sistently raising false expectations in Make out your list of Men's '.
Berlin-that neither to Great Britainnor
{ room for the winter visitors. All here and there down through the way is opened, there ought to, and

I towns and cities should have such a shadowy coolness. It would make perhaps will be, regular pilgrimagesout to Germany can we concede any furnishings Suits Hats Shirts
hard-won that has ,
right come to us ,
t buildings, and it is the pride of our Florida far more popular in summerto there to see how the winter gar-

sister town, Tarpon Springs, that it is have such roads, and they can be deners carry on their remarkablework. from neutral a immunities more merciful and past.rights All handed the Underwear, Shoes, etc., and come

t just now completing a fine city hall had with small expense. As Mr. Mah- I see nothing but good times

in which all these things are provided. lon Gore says, the sprouts must be ahead of old Orange if our nationcan down from our ancestors-and more here with perfect confidence that
if for
possible, humanity's
Clearwater Sun. kept off the camphor trees at the keep out of foreign difficulties.And .
must deliver unimpaired to posterity.In getting the best values Orlando ;
U o ground, but the men who look after I think we have a president who you are
this issue there is
5 no "half-way.-
The esteemed Plant City Courier the highways can do this at very lit- will do
t New York World. has
that.LINDSAY to
asks: "Are you one of those dull tle cost of time and labor. The oak S. PERKINS.

summer prophets If so, quit it." and camphor shaded roads of Orange Washington, D. C", July 12, 1915. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
will in time have a national reputa- II "
o July 6 to July 14 ,
The advertising fakir was scored WHAT SENATOR FLETCHER Geo. A. Kaizer to W. W. Yothers,
tbe newest colors and
I shirt in all
The sport
by the South Florida Press Associa- see that Orlando is preparing to 5 acres. new
tion in session here last week, and vote on getting funds for publicity Sarah F. Boone to J. T. Hildreth, 5 patterns. Tbe latest summer tad at \.

t from the comments made at the meet- purposes. Without saying what they (New York World) acres.

: ing relative to his bogus methods of"flimflamming" ought to do, I hope the voters will decide Senator Fletcher of Florida: "It Linnie W. Lewter to M. I. Merril, $1.50

the general public, upon some plan of bringing the might have been expected that Ger-
: he will have a hard time in enlisting' unrivalled advantages of Orlando and many would, as she does, make the Clara Hand, ex., to Edw. Butler, lot. Just arrived: tbe new Palm Beach suits la black

Florida more fully to the notice of strongest possible defense of her use
the services of any member of the Chas. H. Morse to F. J. Hunter, lot. and white silk stripe.
the world. Doing business without of submarines. Great Britain's atti-
association in of his "tricks" in
any A. W. Mason to D. T. Mason, lot.
advertising is said to be like tude toward her and toward neutrals
: the future.-Plant City Courier. winkingat Orange Co. Inv. Co. to Marie Bal- $10.00 value for $7.50
0 a pretty girl in the darkyouknow has helped her. The submarine has lard, lot.

what are doing but become the strong arm in her fighting
The war has now reached the sup- you no one Harriett J. Jacocks to Formosa Inv.

posed site of the Garden of Eden.That's else does. So that if Orlando does equipment. She would like to limit Co., 44 acres; $50,000.
not continue to blazon its claims restrictions to the minimum. The impression -
where the first started.
row Mary E. Waring to W. W. Rose, lot.
abroad, it will fall behind. created is that the rights of Ladies-Ready-to-wear.
'- 0 Charlotte C. Uhl to J. A. Curtis, lot.
Judging from the way Orlandoitesflock One of the best ways in which to neutrals and the principles of human- E. F. Sperry to Trustees Lake DotS. "

to Lake Conway that beautiful advertise Florida is to have an exhi- ity are secondary considerations. The S., lot. Dresses, in Lawn. Batiste, Voile and Linen in a .
of be bition of its resources where they will note does not make an issue. Appar- .
body water must here-
popular J. A. Lott to Elmer W. Lott, lots. from
be seen by many people looking for ently there is a desire not to raisea I good range ol Patterns to choose
abouts."I Jno. C. Jones to Wm. J. Wallace, 32
homes in the South. A scheme is on square issue. She ignores the principle -I for $3.89.DicksollIvos ;
acres. ones .
foot to hold a Florida exhibition in of visit and search. The note
Gee El Paso Texas be
must a W. R. O'Neal to R. & J. White, lots; I
happy town-Iluerta is planning to New York city for one week in the and situation furnish the strongest $3,000.E. .

latter part of next winter. argument in favor of the ship \
take his residence in pur-
up permanent C. Orth to Geo. Samuel, lot. I
trying to throw cold water chase bill which a filibuster defeated.
that upon any
J. W. Jones to J. L. Dillard, 40
o enterprise that may help the state, it Opponents of that bill urged that
seems to that this looks ships flying the American flag would ,
Perry Wall has gone to the East proper say C. F. M. Smith to H. S. Hawkins,
like a good thing-for the New York provoke international complications,
Coast to get acquainted with his future .
promoters of the exhibition. What whereas it is plain that just the opposite lots.J. Co
constituents in that section. E. Petris to J. W. Best, lots.J. .
can the populace of that would be the case. The
city sug-
Tampa Tribune. W. Best to K. :M. Maness, lots.
_--4 about Florida in one week? And what gestions regarding the employment of Peter Shepherd to Lee Davenport,
will it cost the state for a week's showat certified neutral ships under our flag
the time he writes another lots.
By note,
Madison Square Garden? are conciliatory and encouraging. Let

Von Jagow probably will claim that The plan for a permanent Florida us leave the matter with the presi- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ,
the Lusitania sank the sub marin e.- STORE. !
L building and exhibit of products and dent. .DEPARTMENT

Tampa Tribune.It other pertinent features as a part of o ANTED-Sewin at home, or will ...
o go out by the day. Mrs. Stewart,
the attractions of the National Cap- Some one asks what has become: of 307 South Orange avenue. 7-15-lt* FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
often happens that when young ital is still the best thing in sight for the young man who used to tike partin ORLANDO'S )

man descends from an aristocratic our state. The idea was warmly welcomed the bicycle contests. Well, when LOST-Black and brown Airedale, The Store of true service, of never-fai/Iag/ cour-

family the descent is something fierce, by the Chamber of Commerce : last heard from he was just buying a with brass studded collar. Rewardif tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise
returned to Edwin Beeman.
says the Atlanta Journal.Of and Board of Trade of Washington, six cylinder car to save him the laborof 7-14-tf at right prices 1

o who promised to render any assist- walking half a mile to his"Place of

course it had to be said, but you ance in their power to get it started. business. WANTED-By reliable party, a placeon

wouldn't think the Boston Transcript The Orlando Board of Trade launched o edge of city, or suburbs, with
outbuildings, chicken coops, etc. Will
would be the first to it. Walter this idea last winter, and passed J; fTHE
say resolutions -I SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for pay rent or act as caretaker. Ad- <

\ Johnson's baby has a swift bawl. which were directed to be I IJ special attraction. '7-13-tf dress "Suburb" Box 754. 7-15-6t*

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Word has been received from Tam-
Thursday, July 15. ..MMIIMIIIMIiMOMtltnTODAY'S
Subscription dance at Country Club. pa that the golf team of the Tampa PROGRAM U FOR
Annual club trophy tournament at Auto and Golf Association could not BRACELETS
GRANDTODAY Reliance. "The Game of Thrills.
Country Club, afternoon.
arrange to come to Orlando today fora American. "
Masonic picnic.
Tri- Iu athletic field day, Wekiwa match with the Orlando Country American. Comedy, "Lodging for Give A. Friend-Ship LinkWith
Club. They desired a tournament for the Night.
Springs.Friday, July 16. next Thursday but in view of the fact Keystone." Comedy, "Fatty's Faith- your initials on, to all you are churning with, and receive one
Watson, at home, 3:30 ful Fido.
%. -s. Blythe
p. m. Bridge. that so many of the local players Four good reels of Mutual movies. V in return.
would be absent from the city the Don't forget we have a good Keystone
BAPTISTS WELCOME tournament has been indefinitely post- comedy today. Everybody likes Fat- Sterling Silver Friend-Ship Links
ty. Five cents to all.
NEW MEMBERS.One poned. 0
of the most inspiring services Instead, the annual club trophy WORLD FILM CORPORATION With your initials engraved on same, costs but twenty-five cents;
recently held in Orlando was that at tournament will be staged at the HERMAN IS MAKING MANY soon you have an attractive bracelet, and a valuable keepsake.
the Baptist church last evening when Country Club this afternoon. All Presents CHANGES
the church welcomed the members members are entitled to play and the i
who have recently joined. regular handicaps will be given. Thisis BEATRIZ MICHELENAin Radical changes are being made in I
one of the most interesting eventsof the front of the store room which is
The service was opened at 7:30 by ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
A. B. Johnson, who extended a hearty the season and a large crowd is to be occupied by the Orlando Loan ,
welcome to the new &mbers. Dr. expected to participate in the play.In Office. Mr. Berman, who will be the b
the evening the popular subscription manager of the office, in speaking of I .sd)
Poulson next spoke briefly ut impressively "MRS. WIGGS OF THE CAB- A" :ocu:
dance will be held at the club. the changes which are being made, '
The latest member to
en- __ ___ __
that office n -
Harold BAGE PATCH"A yesterday stated "the will --
ter the church, Mr. was the
third speaker of the evening. A SOCIETY NOTESOF be up to date in every detail. A Remember, two coats of Patton's
beautiful solo was rendered by Miss INTEREST. Five Part Production very complete line of sample ready- Velumina gives results equal to three ,
The Ten will be There or four coats of ordinary flat wall
Big gave another of their to-wear goods
Martha Weeks, the being the
song paints. Remember, it needs size '
touching old hymn, "Nearer, My God, enjoyable dances at the Roof Garden Every one in Orlando should see seems to be an impression that a loan or surfacer, flows easily shows no no
to Thee." Tuesday night, beginning after the office of this kind does nothing but laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, who was the first show. The dance was cabaret ,this great production. the regular business of a pawnshop, washable uniform tone, and dries with a film,
style, and was given in honor of but in Jacksonville and other large and durable.
first of the new members to join, next Agents for high-grade varnishes,
gave an inspiring talk impressing Misses Alice and Jane Whitner, of FIVE THOUSAND FEET OF cities they carry stocks of goods and IV'AR115NWALL paints and wallpaper.
t) upon those who were being received Jacksonville. The young ladies pres- I conduct the pawn business in connec- '
the seriousness of the step they had ent were Misses Elbeth and Margaret FILM tion with the regular business." !

taken and the duties which this step Mulholiand, Ruth Isaacson, Doro- AND AS MANY LAUGHS Pn N1COLEMAN Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co \i;
demanded that they should assume.A thy Slemons, Ruth McCullough, Ella Bishop II. Morrison, of Leesburg, 205 S.
Orange Avenue
pleasingly rendered solo by A. P. Siemens, and Norma Bunch. All of I who presided at the recent conference "I \
Curry brought this part of the pro- the Big Ten members were present. 'of the Methodist Church, South, at ,J Phone 261 ]
gram to a close. After the solo by The dancing was continued until a Lakeland, paid a short visit to Rev. & RHAN
Mr. Curry all of the new members late hour. 10 cents 20 cents Smith Hardin yesterday, returning to

present, about 100 in number, formedin -0Do Leesburg on the afternoon train.
line in the aisles and the older :you enjoy good music and sing-
members formed circle and marchedup ing? Then don't fail to attend the NEW
a Want anything? Ask for it through ICE COMPANY
sacred concert at the Methodist "
and down the aisles giving their Sentinel "Wants.
new brothers and sisters a hearty church next Sunday evening. The '
handshake and welcome to the church. concert will be given under the aus- PHONE 675

After this part of the service the pices of the Epworth League and a
meeting became more social in tone, a fine program is being arranged. The Cathedral School I ] :

committee of which Mesdames Stev-

enson, Bumby, and Westover were FEATURE NIGHTS AT SKATING Delivery starts
members, served delicious fruit punch RINK Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
School for Girls
and cake, and after an hour of socia-
bility and getting acquainted th Elsewhere in the Sentinel the mane 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Monday July'5th .
Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
meeting dispersed. agement of the Orlando Skating Rink
-0A make announcement of special fea-
CHAFING DISH tures which will be staged at that Also Must:, Art, Elocution, Physical
popular place, and will, doubt be Culture and Domestic Science.
DANCE. no Wait for
our wagon. We'lthink' will
The Misses Mary and Ruth McCul- of interest to the devotees of the rpll- For Catalogues address the Rector, you

lough entertained with a chafing,dish er castors. On Friday night, July Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., like our ioe.
dance last night at their home on 16th, there will be obstacle and speed Orlando, Fla.
Sojith Main street, in honor of Mr. races. The week following the grand
Van McCrory who has just arrived masquerade and dance takes place. -
New York. There will be skating in costume and 1

ffrom' color scheme was pink and yel- mask, followed by a free-for-all,wind-
low, many black eyed daisies being ing up with dancing from 10 to 12 "UNDER THE CRESCENT"For KILtlM R. .,0'HEAl

used. This scheme was carried out o'clock. the honor of a woman.

through all the decorations, yellow Established 1886
candlesticks with pink shades being WILL MOTOR TO NORTH CAROLINA Complete in two acts. Featuring

used to light the dining room. ; Princess Hassan."A .
The first part of the evening was Mayor and Mrs. E. F. Sperry, Mrs.
spent in dancing, the Victrola fur C. E. Johnson and daughter, Miss CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
nishing all the latest music. At 10:30a Dorothy, left yesterday in a large :MOUNTAIN MELODY"Rex
four course luncheon was served. touring car with Mr. W. J. Hamrickat

This consisted of tomato bisque, the wheel, bound for Tyron, N. C., Drama. Pauline Bush. 1
creamed chicken, fruit salad, sandwiches where they expect to spend several LOANS : 11
King Baggot with Jane Gale in .
t nuts and mints. weeks. They will travel by easy
After the luncheon the Victrola was stages, stopping at points of interest "MISMATED"
started again and the dancing contin- along the route, and will no doubt REAL ESTATE RENTALS
ued to a late hour. have a delightful trip. Farce Comedy.- 1

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Washington, D. C.-George W. Bai-

! FROM STATE BOARD Chicago.-H. W. Gossard, head ofa Within three weeks after the Pack- ley, Jr., has just been appointed post- r
ard Motor Car company was in a position -
large manufacturing concern that master of Chaseville, Duval county,
bears his name, sat in the directors'room to accept orders for the new Bai purchase from us that is in .
This you not
OF HEALTH I of the corporation's offices, with "twin six" model, customer's specifi- Fla. is a new postoffice.

I j seven heads of departments of the cations for more than $3,000,000 ley's present address is Floral Bluff, first-class condition. Our aim is to give you

.. worth of cars had been received at Florida.S. .
; firm grouped about a big mahogany
Your Opportunity ,'table. the factory. These orders did not include E. Worthington, postmaster at First Class Goods Lowest Possible Prices
i the held hun- Sumner, Levy county, has been removed ,
many options by
There is a tide in the affairs of "Gentlemen, said the chief. "This
j in various and Arthur R. Holt is appointed -
dreds of persons the cities
men that taken at the right time and conference was called so that we Prompt Service Courteous
their I to succeed him.
who were awaiting opportunityto ,
could talk matter of imporlance.
over a some -
in the right way, gives at least a fair Let this question be an- see and ride in demonstrators of WiUiamIdeiU:: is appointed post- Treatment

chance of filling out the natural span the local dealers. Practically all those master at Bowles, Volusia county, to
swered around the table. How can
of life. this firm increase its efficiency and placing orders did so without having succeed R. L. Bowles, who resigned.

The "stop-look-listen" signs be- maintain it?" ridden: in the new car. Commissions have just been issuedto This Is YOUR
Vice-President and General Manager the following newly appointed Grocery'
Said one: "We must have the
come more frequent as the years go I men
Alvan Macauley predicts that Florida postmasters: Randol A. Jor-
in typetheybecome measure up to their responsibilities."
and they are bigger
by more emphatic as maturity I Said another: "Individual efficiency the output for the 1916 season will be dan, Blichton. ; Effie C. Robert We want your help in making this the larg-
disposed of by January 1. Caryville.The
ripens into age. I depends upon weaknesses.the absence" of inherent Upon the arrival of the first dem- national capital has been en- est and best Grocery in the city. Come in and
The American is credited :or acquired
with the average ambition to "die in the har- "Efficiency to be real efficiencymust onstrator for the Chicago branch, tertaining quite a number of Flori- look the stock over. Get prices. Feel at home.If .
I dians the Florida vis-
Manager H. M. Allison wired: "Two lately. Among
ness." It used to be in the old West- third.be unimpaired efficiency, saida thousand inspected the car the first itors here were Mrs J. C. Blanton, of we please you tell others, if we don't tell us.
end with his .
days, to meet the
ern half day it appeared in Chicago. It Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
boots on. But why? "Frequent changes in organization
represents an engineering achievement Lewis, of Tallahassee, and James S.
should not :|!lower efficiency averages, came from
Why we as age creeps
which will mark the Calkins, of Fernandina.
on, decrease our strenuous activities, I,another. Commercial epigrams came
the i of a new era in the sale of high grade Our Grocery Co.
mental and physical, and enjoy the :I from rest. When they had fin- motor carriages. The interest displayed ENGLISH LOAN GOVERNMENT:
fruits of an energetic and useful life? ished, the head of the firm said:

I Why should we not sit quietly and I I "I hope that I shall, and I want all precedented.by the Based general on public orders is un-already $5,000,000,000; WEEKS IN THREE 6 and 8 East Pine Street

watch with becoming pride the activi- of you to be working here twenty-five

ties of the men and women who are I I. years from now. Your opinions on be half received enough, our cars.allotment" will not London, Eng.-Subscriptions to the PHONE 200 ORLANDO} FLA.

; to follow us, those whom we have'' the subject of efficiency open the way
Despite the fact that the Packard greatest war loan in thevorld's his-
trained to continue our work, and for my suggestion. I would like the
I company will make three times as tory closed automatically at the Bank
watch the development' of enterprises I head of every department to be a man
I last the of England at 1 o'clock today exceptfor
many cars as year production
!who neither smokes
I we have established? cigarettes or SKATING RINK
promises to be far short of demand.If applications posted up to mid-
drinks. I
know those
of who indulge
For most of us the answer is plain you night. Government authorities ad-
and if not complimentary for temperately in cigarettes and
easy, ; a man has a pull that keeps him here strictly to the rule to refuse information -
most of us have not acquired the beer or light wines are perfectly com-
out of jail, it will require a mighty regarding the amount applied -
financial independence that permits a petent men and highly efficient. Oth- Obstacle
strong push to get him through the for, but the public believes the and Speed Races
leisurely old age. Our "pile" is not erwise you wouldn't be here now. Is must have been gratifying.
pearly gates. response
of sufficient dimensions that we do it possible that without cigarettes and
.. .
have it drink we can increase the efficiency Friday Night July 16
not to supplement by our con-
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standard and continue to do -..-.. ; ., >C'U! i..1"1-__. .
tinued exertions for a livelihood. so for

This growing old is a hard proposi- twenty-five years?" i -A ADMISSION 10c.

tion for most of us to realize and to No pledges were taken but cigar-

accommodate ourselves to. We have ettes and drink are now lost vices in

'- to be mighty close to complete wreck the Gossard firm. Masquerade Carnival and Dance July 23

before we admit that age is winningthe

game. But it is inevitable' soon- PLUMBING CONTRACT AWARDED r Skating in Mask and Costume, 7:30 to 9 o'clock.

er or later, for all of us-the time !
when we have to acknowledge defeat I The plumbing work in the new residence Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing

and take our weary way to the scrap of Braxton Beacham, which is from 10 to 12

heap. Yet, what is more charming, now under course of construction,has

more splendid, more dignified than a been contracted to the enterprisingfirm

gracious old age, that has forgottenthe of Fergus & Rogers. All of the ADMISSION 10 CENTS
bitterness of the battle and sits materials used will be the best obtainable -

quietly watching the game of life and the quality of work- r Dancing, Gentlemen 50c., Ladies Free

; with an interest no less intense thanif manship will of course be par excel-

it had part in it? I lence. -

But these warnings-what are they,

. and what are they for? The pliancyof SYSTEM PROTECTS BANKS

arteries and muscles gradually diminishes Washington, D. C.-Under the federal !

i. after man has reached his reserve system it is virtually impossible -: tA NEW OPPORTUNITYfor ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

physical prime. The strenuous exer- for a member bank to fail if

tions of the thirties and forties over- operated within the law and with or- the Man Woman who says,

tax the fifties and sixties. The head- dinary prudence and common sense, "Now, if I only had a Typewriter SHEET METAL CO.- -
aches that follow' long continued hard according to a statement today by .
John Skelton Williams know how fast the dates grow old on your ought-to-be-anlwered letters.
it. comptroller of
, thought are warnings against YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a
They are warnings that the prudentman the currency. Mr. Williams spoke to of the Spanish "Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
needs. The hardening of the eye a conference here of chief bank examiners makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large ,
of the federal districts. Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It Is durable.It .
lens calls for rest for the The
- eye. Is compact. It is easy-running. It Is absolutely complete for home corres- and Rubber Roofings
: wearied brain resents the overtax put pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home .
upon it. They are among the signs, Guests registering at the San Juan machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.

which, unheeded, culminate in the sud- hotel yesterday included F. W. Cook Don't it Cornices, Skylights ..Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

,., den collapse or the broken blood vessel F. B. Deem, M. Smith, Jacksonville; pen it-type

t in the brain, and we call it "a J. H. Lancaster, Vet. L. Brown, C. B. EVERY phase. In wrltln of modern.especla1ly.lIfe has its it busl-pays yard-dash.inkMarathontoatype-dlicktnQhundred-And cleanly typed pages score Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

. stroke." It is the beginning of the Hauk, Bartow; H. G. Harden, R. E. to be business-like. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof."
of a club,lodge or society. Take the Ministers authors and newspaper men
premature end that might have been Carr, R. E. Ferris, H. C. Allan' D. C. cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
tip a chair. In a jiffy you can type the theirfingertipswhentheytki.k on an easyticesofineetingsorrecordsofminutesor -
postponed for years. Gillett, Tampa; A. R. Haile, Palatka; running typewriter the Remington 1 \
. I letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
C. C. Womble and wife Bradentown
These warnings have a cause. Theyare ; I bas the"hundred-dollar"look. And do not overlook the important business "I""I"'I" "
sufficient J. R. Regnar, E. J. Putman, Atlanta If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies
nay, they are a demand, ;
your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never
to break the practice of years and E. H. Barnette, New York; S. Lion, Theywill race through the machine to the say "I don't remember what I wrote." WE DELIVER THE GOODS
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington Junior
consult the doctor, the specialist, and Louisville; W. R. Smith, Lakeland; Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates
to follow his advice. These signs are W. J. Hovey, Chicago. change"paper"writing from the penandwhellever you wish. Orlando and BeratesHanleyDavidson

many. They come in line with our greatest overtax. WILL NOT GO TO ORLANDO

The breakdown of most human The report that the "Little Grand- RemingtonTUNIOR TruckFOR
mas in Grandma Land" would
wrecks comes more from worry than shortlygo

from physical exertion, and most wor- to Orlando to give a performancewas QUICK SERVICE

ries are about comparatively unim- an error.-Ocala Banner. Typewriter

portant details rather than about gen- 'I'HIS compact machine In not wjnlrped with 15 00 down and the same amount each month
NOTICE X theattachmentsnecesHarytotheSluu. )Rem adding J.00only to thepurchaeeprice. PHONE
eral policies and principles. Old age, I ington business typewriter The Kemington Here is your opportunity to boy an absolutely 444
Junior is simply a f-equipped home-letter first-grade personal typewriterwntingaedmanu.cnptingm.chine.Iortheae
when necessity compels continued activity Of Application for Tax Deed Under at a low price. Write today for deacnpUvabooklet.
I porponea you will find its everyday noes unimited. Don't wait Investigate now. 4
should concern itself with gen- Section 8 of Chapter 4888 If you have immediate writing to do send. mS3 !
It occupies little space on your det eralities and leave details to youngermen Laws of Florida I light.)ocean easilymoveit from placetoplaee. Bend you the Kemmgtnn Junior at once Then Cigar Stores
I Yon will find it a rood timesaving investment yon can see for yourself how soon yon learn to I
who are in the midst of the I for yourself and other members our family write rapidly If yon wish to return it after 10(
Notice is hereby given that ElgivaA. who hate writing to do.on will find it on days'trial,you maydosoVe will refund. your I
fight. for $ (n,less the cost of transportation.Kemember
etcellenteducator yoerchildren. o
Biddell, of Chattanooga, Tenn., The RemingtonJunioriethebometypewtiter .the lieminfrton o Isa genuine i: ''MMMMMMMIJMMIMM
This world is going on without purchaser of tax certificate No. 2188 you have been waitingfor.urtermaare.d.UU durable Keminotnn tywwnrer-earrytng
you cash,or it you prefer the Ea Payment plan the ironclad KemiuKtou Ouurantee. 'It
when you are gone. Probably it will dated the 5th day of November, A. D. I
1895 has filed said certificate in
on better and smoother my t Remington Typewriter Company
go than when
office, and has made application for
you were here, and fifty years will tax deed to issue in accordance with I k tla..rar.i.ej Valspar Val-Enamel IIt [
226 West Bay Street
work a transformation that will make law. Said certificate embraces the
today look like the Middle Ages. You following described property, situatedin pays to use the Best.
Orange county, Florida to-wit: i c Fill in the attached roupon. anol aadJe'llo
are not essential to the world's prog- Southwest quarter of northeast quar- : Mall. it today.. and arto l1a me -- You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers

ress, for it will continue without you ter, section 16, township 23 south, I tai the proper aquasytt ::=----- = Paints and Varnishes atFinley's

just the same as if you had never ex range 30 east. The said land being I sea d me aim.mpaa9 the

isted. But you owe it to the world to assessed at the date of the issuanceof I -rype'Writ eipt of..h lease 1 a ythat yon win
such certificate in the of Pioneer Paint Store
name un- getnlnt0 wlthl+1.00.0111t. { receiPt.
in it of
stay &
as long as you can and to known. here r 'euJB
I 01 en J=\or 'f Jpr"ttia tea J5KK: ran it .- *-
keep yourself as fit as possible to do Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I .iaama yaacaia .roe the chow'G .1e tr l;\0 paf for Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
your part, to boost as long and as according to law, tax deed I sefU114 11he 1aCh\l1 +.of Z''of, eacl \hee mleatp6It

hard as your best physical and mental August will issue, A.thereon D. 1915.on the 16th day of ,;i s.o.oo.1 in rel1thl1 paJ1l1eu al y\D& full 4e cr1i pt.ion of We have the best men and the best equipment to do .

condition and natural abilities will Witness my official signature and e _mad me.b001Llet.or the best work. The best is the cheapest. i
permit. seal this the 14th day of July, A. D. T. writet.Jaator ,

I i| 1915.(Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON, ; Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat j

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.I-Jumber. Laths and To reduce our stock as much as pos.1
: Shingles
SENTINEL sible by the 15th, will give a ARCADE
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash j
price on any-goods in stor Hammond -,j
& Gore. 6-5-tf i
Whenever you want the best and: MILK
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox'j
on Church street and your order win'
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf!
4 The Morning Sentinel Want DEPOT
ORLA.NDOCement Directory is the Greatest Want
? Ad Medium in Orlando.
The Typhus In '
Terms Cash in Advance. -

Agatite Plaster and Lime RATES Servia |I I BUTTER Fresh MILK Every Day.'I.

For One Day _____________25t !I 5c. .
For Three Days ____________50c j I per .
fir. For Six Days _______________75c is the outcome of uncleanly con-!I j 1 I 25c. per gallon :J
For One Month ____________$150 ditions. We are not in danger, CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of !i BUTTER
of such outbreaks, but there are
25 words or less. If the ad con- I j I i
minor troubles which Fresh Homemade
tains more than 25 words the rate many ,
will be one cent per word for may prove detrimental to your j SANDWICHES
each additional. word, for each in- health, or that of your family, if!i iyou PIES AND CAKES
sertion.If do not safeguard yourself i
you can't bring your ad to [I
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- against unsanitary conditions. ,
p counts opened by telephone will be We invite you to come in and ARCADEMILK DEPOTSURVEYING I
REMEMBERI payable the following day. assure yourself of our uptodateand I

Every Home-Every Business entirely sanitary methods. I
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. "
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and lot in Kalamazoo, Mich., I I HAL A. IRISH
worth $4,500; modern improvements; I I
paved street; central location; in city II Civil Engineer
WE AIM TO PLEASE. We want users ef Gas to be con- of 45,000. Would consider Orlando I
residence property in trade. Address CLINT BASS
tented and happy. We want them convinced that Gas is the best Box 137, Winter Park. 7-11-6t* ';!47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
I -
fuel. FOR SALE-Seven passenger Abbott-
Detroit car, fully equipped, fine con- West Jefferson Street Week End
We want them to be boosters instead of knockers. dition; $550; or will take rood Ford Succcasor to I
and some cash. Box 93, Orlando.
Then more people will use gas-and more peeople will be gladof 7-13-6t* Hand Wood CompanyWood Rates )

it. FOR SALE FOR CASH-Three ice 3
boxes, frame bed, iron crib, set of
of AII Kinds
If your gas service is not all that you think it should be dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice From ORLANDO
cream freezer. Phone 100 or 75.
Phone No.,6, and we will find your trouble and remedy it for you. 7-13-tf PROMPT SERVICE I
I FOR SALE-Ford touring car, prac- II $2.30
tically new, fully equipped with I
shock absorbers, electric lights, self- ----I NEW SMYRNA .
starter, bumper, etc. See Mr. Hutton,
at Ford Garage. 7-13-31 Cut Flowers ORMOND$1.85

t FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or
unfurnished, 7 room house; large and Plants $2.50
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit VIAAtlantic
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO and flowers. 205 Liberty street.
6-19-1moc Floral Designs
Coast Line :.
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial and wind shield, at Ford Garage.

7-3-tf standard Railroad of the South I
:Violet Dell Florist.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof Tickets sold for all trains Satur-
the best trucking and fruit farmsin
Prosper Colony, consisting of 25 day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
acres, 9 acres in cultivation, all under J. &1. CARUTHERS ited to return by midnight of '1
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for following Tuesday. x
cash if sold this month. A good crop Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. )
on the place will go with it. The
'- place will bear inspection. Good rea- For Information Call on 1
sons for selling. If interested, ad-
dress Box 57. The place is in sightof D. W. WHITE, D.T. A.
r. depot, church, school and brick W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. -ili'
1 road. 7-8-dGt-wklylt W OrlandoOSTEOPATH


FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract fTE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue aniJharch
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 one quarter mile from city limits; AND DO ALL KINDS OF St. Daris & McNeil Bldg,
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- ornrAT REPAIRING I Phone 419.
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
And continuing for two weeks 6-9-tf

, FOR RENT ---

? I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I FOR mobile RENT-Seven for rent. passenger Daytona Beach auto- 'L'he 14aietOF : I

parties of six, $3 each. Trips in city, CLEANLINESS OF QUALITYOPPOSITE
25 cents each. Murray Auto Service. !
Phone 542, Gem Barber Shop, Orange POST OFFIGE
On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, avenue 7-13-6t*; residence phone, 1024 ring 2. FRESH AND SALT HEATS i

Kept under the best sanitary eo dlUona. I j

Kimonas, and House Dresses FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. 1

Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Yancey.- --3-28-tfc- We invite and pore.inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 1

FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- everything in the Meat Line.Self.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. I
Knox. 7-9-tf
H. M. <& Go.
FOR RENT-Two furnished
Come and look at our line Apply 5 East South street. rooms. PHONE NO. 8 0 PINE STREET

recovered and repaired
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Shop 21 Ji:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc CAREY HAND j

MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his
real estate office from the Guernsey !
--'- Mock, which is being remodelled, to FUNERAL DIRECTOR
the San Juan hotel, in first room
south of the hotel until his
office is completed in the Guernsey AND EMBALMER ]
Colollial l ] Hill building. Mr. Giles will be glad to '
; new see his location.customers and friends 7-ll-6tc at his ,


buy, sell rent, and exchange real '
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Night. Hand Block.
I over 30 years. Have handled over
You hear about Co-
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Florida.PHONE
{ Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne lonial Hills. .
FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best
property at Pine Castle for cottageor
; with plenty of Foliage You read about Colo- bungalow in Orlando. We trade
real estate anywhere. Pine Castle 1
nial Hills. Realty Co., Pine Castle, Fla.
and Trees. 7-11-6t* aM

I You talk about Colo- RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB t

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

ly done. Our work is the best .
Sooner or later you and our prices are the lowest. T. A. YANCY, Manager
I This is the place to have your j
: will buy in Colonial old clothes made new. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

C. A. HOVEY Hills. Why not NOW! Suit scrubbed and pressed__7oc. Florida and Western ,Meats
Suit dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .

It will pressed ___-------___40c. Game Etc.
: give you satis- All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,

faction and profit. pressed ____________50c Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus /Bu.lne*. 135 P-O. BOX 226
PHONES Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
a trial and be convinced. Residence 133

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


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-; MillllllM LOCAL AND PfRSONAl > i Mi* i

E. A. Hovey left yesterday after-
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for
New York where he will spend the
t next three weeks on business.

f.f.I' Miss Gertrude Davis, one of Orlan-

;' e do's pretty young ladies, left yesterday "
afternoon for Tampa, where she a 4'
will visit relatives and friends.

ou re c our. o ars.- SAVINGS CHECKSARE *
How many savings checks have you
collected 7-7-tf
Wilber Newman was a south bound I

passenger' yesterday afternoon on the
Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- Coast Line en route to Sarasota wherehe $1.04 for Each $1.00They .W

\ rency by making it accomplish larger things-to will look after business matters.J. ;

; make it go farther and prove its ability to earn' are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
\V. Wilkins those
I more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Orlando was among the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants: i
, leaving yesterday morningover
: ty here in earning 4 per cent. the Atlantic Coast Line for
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
r Miami, where he will few
t spend a 'v. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
4 Our steady growth in depositsand days looking after business matters. Butt's, Refreshments.City O. K. Pool Room.
Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries. '
general business is evidenceof Savings checks are worth $1.04 for Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.T. .
7-7-tf John Empie, Grocer.J. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
to customers $1.00.
ability serve our every L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Younjr's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
well, and the character of our and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth, Company, Dept. .
Mr. Mrs. W. R. Bourland who
and .
4 % avenue and Arcade building.I. Store.
Board of Directors gives assur- reside just west of Orlando, were W. Phillips & Son.J. Mayer Candy Co. .
ance of strength and conserva- among the recent departures. They A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, DentistS.
tive in will stop in Kansas City, Mo., for a Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. Jones, Chiropractor.R. .
management "stretching
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. J. Reel, Steam Laundry.
, the earning capacity of your dol- while and then go to Omaha, Neb., T. P. Robinson, Photographer.
" for the remainder of the summer. ,

M. H. Thatcher, of Louisville, Ky., I
a large real estate holder, is in Orlando ,
't. a guest at the San Juan. Mr. They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-

The State Bank Thatcher is a firm believer in Orange ment of the .. wL:alf loittt
county realty and has made several

Orlando Fla. large purchases. 1 1
The Peoples National Bank .
. Savings checks collected is money
in the bank. 7-7-tf

A. P. Curry, the electrician, is now
engaged in placing electric fans in
the Orlando Skating Rink, and this
4 itMillMIIIMMIIMIIMMMMIMIMMIiliiMIMtltUIt's I popular place will soon be among the
coolest places in town as well as most
I enjoyable.Geo. .

E. Gore, who recently pur- MiMIMMilllltMMiltlHlilMMIMHiMlltllliliMIIIIMItttMtMtMCtllt '.
chased a grocery and produce busi-
An To West Church street, left
Economy ness on yes- 'ltlllltlll'II'III-fllla'IIIIIIIII""II"'I"11111111. . .. .... ....
terday afternoon for his old home in
Vineland, N. C., where he will arrange
his business and mova his family to
this city where they will reside.
PACKARD Wins Grand

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

"ELDER"Spring A. H. Regner, one of Gotha's sterling Prize at San FranciscoThe

and energetic young citizens, was
numbered among the representativecitizens
transacting business in Or-
lando yesterday. Mr. Regner reports only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

things in general in his section as be- ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -

Water ing very satisfactory, although a good were both awarded to PACKARD.It T

rain would prove very beneficial.Mrs. is a broad: tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

ties of that back of the new
permanent success are
M. O. Dovel and son, Master
Junius, were among the Orlandoites
Is standard for
a leaving yesterday afternoon over the
Atlantic Coast Line for North Caro- Packard \vin-Six
purity aids diges-
lina. They will remain at Franklin,
in that state, until the first of September -
tion and eliminates
when Mrs. Dovel expects to open
her Montesorri school for little oflks
acidity.This :: :: in this city.Savings *

being accomplished a world of sickness checks are money in the I San Juan Garage Company jj

is saved. Nature provided Spring Water bank. 7-7-tf

and Spring Water alone for mankind and A. G. Payne, general Florida agentof Orlando-DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

its the Louisville & Nashville railroad,
nothing can take place.BEGIN
with headquarters in Jacksonville,
NOW spent yesterday in Orlando, payinghis
respects to the patrons and friendsof
his line. He finds the business .IIMMIHMIMM.' .,.. ." ... .... ." 'IIIIIIIII'rl'll
holding up remarkably well and he

especially likes to stop over in Orlando " 11111I
Elder Spring Water Co. which he thinks one of the best
towns in the South.I. .

A. Lessord will leave this after- People Saving
Phone WRIGHT, 444 noon over the Atlantic Coast Line for ,
Eaton, Ohio, where he will spend some
weeks, and then journey to Lyons, N. I f"'?'" [ ,.yst ;z.-
Y., where he will remain until Octo- {+r r,
ber, when he will return to his home,
514 West Central avenue,
BlilMII" *illlllillllilMilllitMintlMMIIMilDON'T i accompa-
nied by Mrs Lessord, who was called
I North in April on account of the illness Hr
of relatives.M. One great benefit has come to these !S NT
ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY United States through the European War.It ;
P. Davis, the clever representative -
of the L. & N., who made Or- has made us a SAVING NATION.As .

lando his headquarters last season, is a nation we are earning more than ; y.
in the city greeting friends and look- ever before, and we are saving more.
ing after the interest of his line. Mr. that
OR OTHERANNIVERSARY Cometent authorities say we
Davis and his estimable wife made
richer by a quarter of a billion dollars
10 many friends while here, all of whom
will be pleased to learn that they through invested savings. 7 e K.

: will take up their residence in this The safest form of investment for individual i H
city in the fall.
savings is the Savings Account.
Guests registering at the San Juan Place your savings here and they will earn

hotel yesterday included J. H. Ross, interest at 4 per cent. H
Winter Haven; M. H. Thatcher, Lou- EU
OCCASION I isville; John Dickinson, Geo. Paschal, '..
H. C. Hare, W. C. Geigel, J. W. Hem-
Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. ming, G.1.. Robinson, D. H. Fair, y ;t ;: H

Leo Tyler, T. 0. Rouse, J. Ed. Doyle, :: H'
Jacksonville; B. E. Doyden, W. P. .
: Chambers, B. C. Fennell, Atlanta, ---, -
Ga.; W. A. Cook, Augusta, Ga.; H. W.
T.D.EVANSJEWELER Michael, Savannah, Ga. t
_I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


& Brundiigc Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at EfksviHe, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
'1'11Tllllla.I.IIIII..I.." ....."Wf' National Bank. Phone 678.L.a.. 4fUlllllinilllllitlllllHtttlTT .lia "" 1"11'1"1111.


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