The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 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: UF00079945:00087
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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King George Gives Assent to That Britain Shall Not

Act-Revolting fuse to Return Miners to Work Re- Tie Up ing Commerce Millions of Affect- Contractor Peppercorn to Rush RESIDENT[ [ DROWNED[ TUESThaw's [

-Critical Condition EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF Dollars Residence in the Next to Completion Three

London July .-Heedless of the Windsor, Vt, July .-That the MonthsThe -

cost in life the French are making HOLDS MEETING president and Secretary Lansing have CAME: TO DEATH AT OLD

desperate efforts to hurl back the Ger- formulated the essentials of the new residence of Mr. and Mrs. Liberty HOME, JANESVILLE,

mans from their new lines in Argonne American policy in relation to the Josiah Ferris and their son, Joe, Jr.,

which menace Verdun, but despite ref BGHT COMMITTEES ARE NAMEDAnd German note was indicated at Cor- is now under way and Contractor F. Seems To BeAssured WIS., JULY 121SMMAYOROF1ESVILIE

peated attacks of the utmost violence, nish today. A. Peppercorn, under whose super- '

in which close fighting with hand Several Orlando Men Were Dispatches reaching the summer vision the work is being done, has /

grenades and bayonets played the I White House from the state depart promised to have the building com-

principal part, they admit that they Honored With Chairmanships ment show that the discussion of the pleted within the next three months. _

b have not only been unable to break -All Roads Are crisis has already passed beyond the Workmen are now employed on the New York, July .-Harry Thaw, Was in General Assembly Four

the German grip on their lost trenches Pledged preliminary stage and a clearly and foundation and as soon as this is whose sanity was vindicated yester- Terms-Dept. Com. Wis. ,.

but have been forced to give fully defined program will be pre-t completed the carpenters will begin day, confidently expects to be discharged -

ground. Furious fighting with bombs Tampa, Fla., July .-Pledges for sented to the cabinet meeting next active operations on the frame work. from custody tomorrow. Jus- G. A. R.-Was 77

and petards continues in this region the completion of a continuous hard Tuesday. Although the president has Mr. Ferris and his estimable family tice Hendrick announced today he ; Years Old

a and the French losses of life as reported surfaced road from Miami to Talla- not yet arranged a conference with have for several years been residingat woudl probably hand down his decision -

from Berlin are tremendous. hassee via the western route selectedby Secretary Lansing before the cabinet 508 South Lake, and the new home at 11 o'clock tomorrow in the Janesville Wis., July 13.-Discovery -

the Central Florida Highway Association meeting, it is probable that he will do will be just north of their residence. habeas corpus proceeding of which of the body of Captain Pliny Nor-

'I King Favors Registration Act not later than May 20, 1916, so. It is expected that the main out- While their present place of abode the trial was a part. cross in the old raceway between the

London, July 15.-It was announced have been received by the executive lines of the administrative policy will i has been a most desirable one sur- As a preliminary to the decision I Rock River Cotton company and the

r in the house of lords this afternoon committee of the association whichwas be made public shortly after the cab- rounded with orange trees, flowers counsel for Thaw, and Edgar Brom- i: Blodgett Milling company shortly

P that the king has given his formal in session in Tampa yesterday. inet meeting. and shrubbery, they decided on some- berger, deputy attorney general, met I after eight this morning, brings to

assent to the national registration When the committee met, SecretaryL. thing nicer and together they made at Justice Hendrick's chambers at 11 end the suspense that his family and

,f act. P. Dickie announced that all of the Packers Make Demands the plans of a new and modern struc- o'clock this mornig and- agreed upon I friends have sustained since early

highway had been pledged with the Washington, July 15.-The state department -! ture, where they might live delight- alternative orders-one sending Thaw I Monday morning when it was discov-

:Miners Reject Orders British Govt. exception of half of the bridge across is yielding to the demandsof I fully and entertain their friends in back Matteawan, the other setting I ered he had not been at the Myers

London, July 15.-By a vote of 88- theil the same The result has been hotel where he was stopping, since
the Kissimmee river, and before the the Chicago meat packers in \ ; way. aside the Dowling commitment and
950 to 41,500 the striking coal miners run the plans and specifications of the Sunday noon.Captain .
session ended a telephone message conferences yesterday and today : restoring him to liberty.

I in the Cardiff region defied the ordersof from W. E. Dunwoodie, of Arcadia, cabled Ambassador Page to take the I new residence now building.' There will be at hand tomorrow Norcross arrived in Janes-

the government and rejected the announced that real estate companies matter up with the British foreign "We are coming along in years," morning, and the justice will sign an ville on Friday evening last from

i advice of their leaders that they return interested in that vicinity would guar- office at once, informally, on the sub- good naturedly remarked Mr. Ferris order which will be consonant with Troy Pennsylvania, where he it

to work. The issuance of a proc- antee the expense. ject of the detention of meat cargoes I (though he didn't mean it), "and we the decision to be reached. The gen- spending the summer. He expectedto

lamatiou placing the coal region un- Secretary Dickie is now preparinga bound for neutral countries.The i feel we ought to be comfortable. We eral expectation is that Thaw will be be in Janesville for several days

der the munitions act and rendering complete' report to be filed with state department said thai I. propose to :erect a nice home. Our restored to liberty.PALMER and delighted his friends by his robust -

?, 'the striking miners liable to punish- George W. Saxon, of Tallahassee, andS. strong representations will be made property extends from Lake to Margaret appearance and apparent splendid

ment if they do not resume work, hadno street, and there is not much health. His son, John V. Nor-
A. Belcher, of Miami, Florida com- to the Brtiish government as soon as
effect, and Walter Runciman pres- missioners, who will in turn make it is possible to prepare a note. danger of being crowded. We love CARISS BREAKS cross, and family, of Chicago, were

ident of the Board of Trade will meet their report to the Dixie Highway What shape it will take will depend the people of Orlando and Orange guests in the city at the residence of

the miners' leaders in London tomor- Commissioners August 20. The route upon the action of the English prize county and we propose to live and die Mrs. Norcross' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

row afternoon and make a final effortto here." LEG ATftIVA William Ruger, Sr., and Captain Nor-
chosen, after leaving Miami, passes court, which was set for today upon ;

effect a settlement. through Jupiter, Okeechobee City, Ar- five detained cargoes. There are two The house will contain eight large cross took dinner with them there on

cadia, Bartow Kissimmee Orlando questions which must be considered.One airy rooms and baths fireplaces, anda Sunday.He .

Threaten Steamers Eustis Leesburg Ocala and Gaines- is the monetary loss of $14- sleeping porch. It will be con- TRI-MU LAD SLIDES DOWN left, stating he was going to

New Orleans, La, July 15.-"No ville. North of Gainesville alterna- 000,000 that the packers have sus- structed with a view to comfort,and TOBOGGAN AND SUS- the hotel to take a nap and later

letters will be written unti lafter Cap- when completed Mr. Ferris and fam- would to tea with them at a
; tive routes have been proposed, one of tained through the detention of 31 TAINS INJURY go
tain Taylor in the vessel Howth Head them via Lake City and Jasper and cargoes now held at British ports. ily will enjoy the pleasures of a homeof friends' home. Evidently he did not

r goes down," says "Pearce the self- the other via Perry or Monticello to The larger question is the general which they can well feel proud. Was Rushed to St. Luke's Hos- go to the hotel but walked over toward -
I styled German bomb and dynamite the old milling he
Tallahassee. The highway comes no stoppage of all American commerce property
in his latest letter to the pital Where Limb Was Set
expert nearer to Tampa than Bartow, but with the neutrals that will be brought Geo. E. McCulloch' proprietor of owned some years ago to investigateany

t Times-Picayune, received this after- this city, as will many others, will be about if this policy of the British for- the store which bears his name, while -Resting Comfortablyat changes that might have been

noon. designated as located on a branch. eign office is continued. diving into Lake Conway at Dow's Last Report made. He was seen going in that direction -
"The steamer Rochambeau, from shortly before the went
Only One Is Absent yesterday during the Masonic cry
New York, will also be destroyed, if camp Yesterday afternoon, while sliding up that a man had fallen in the race-
The meeting of the executive com- THE WEATHERFor picnic event, struck his nose againsta
k our plans carry" down the toboggan at Wekiwa but connected the miss-
way, no one
mittee of the Central Florida High- stump in the bottom of the lake. '
Springs, where he was spending the ing man with Captain Norcross until
way Association was called to orderin Florida: Generally fair today His forehead was badly bruised as
DEATH OF BELOVED MAITLAND week with the Tri-Mu class of the late Monday afternoon.It .
the board of trade rooms yesterday and Saturday; not much change in was his nose, but no bones were
I WOMAN Baptist church, young Palmer Cariss is evident that in walking along
*- afternoon by President E. Ed. Bryan. temperature; light variable winds. broken. .
of this city, suffered the painful injury the board sidewalk that borders the
The other members of the committeeare
M :Miss Mary K. Dawson, of Maitland, of a broken right leg. race, his hat blew off and in reachingfor
L. P. Dickie
Tampa, secretary
died yesterday afternoon at four M. O. Overstreet, Orlando; Lycurgus; 100 Orlando Masons Ran From Cariss, who is sixteen years of age, it he lost his balance and fell into

o'clock. Miss Dawson would have) was on the toboggan with anotherlad the water his head striking a sunken
Burns Winter Haven; .Ed. Scott, Ar-
I' been 52 of had she lived when one of their companions piece of timber and entangling the
years age
cadia; L. C. Lynch, Gainesville, andJ. Rain--But The Picnic Was Great"Are
until Monday. She leaves one brother H. Scales thoughtlessly let fly at them with a body so that he did not rise again to
Perry. All were present
ft and one sister to mourn her loss. with the of bucket of water. The water struck the surface.
exception Mr. Overstreet.In .
: The Dawsons are one of the oldest Cariss on the knee knocking his leg I This morning when it was ascer-
addition to hearing Mr. Dickie's report you Mason?" was answeredin high upon the two tables which fairly
1' of Maitland's pioneer families, and outward so that it struck one of the tained that Norcross was still miss-
on the pledges and carefully with their load.
are highly respected by all of their go- the affirmative yesterday when one appetizing posts forming the framework of the ing an added force of men was put on
4I ing over the route of the highway, I Then there delicious coffee served
acquaintances. Miss Dawson came tot hundred :Masons and their families toboggan, and was broken. the mill race north of the power
the committee, at the request of Governor by Brother E. H. Gore and pouredby
The injured lad was taken from the grates. In one boat Helgeson and
this section more than thirty years Park Trammell, recommended : enjoyed an annual outing and picnicat Mrs. S. A. Johnson. And after

ago when her father, who died onlya four commissioners for members of I C. P. Dow's camp on Lake Con- that came the ice cream-seventeen water and placed in the car of GeorgeW. Gehrki used grapple hooks further up
few months settled in Orange I I Phillips and rushed to St. Luke'shospital the race near the east bank, about
ago the state highway commission. Those way. The only thing that marred the gallons' of tutti frutti caramel and
4. county. The sympathy and condo- where at last reports he was fifty feet from the grates. Gehrki
< recommended were Ed. Scott, Arca- afternoon was the rain, which startedat vanilla. The children had not antic-
lences of a host of friends are extended resting as comfortably as could be ex- hooked an object down in the twelve
dia; G. H. Cairns Gainesville; 11.1.. 1:45 o'clock and continued for one ipated ice cream. When one good
s to the bereaved family in their pected under the circumstances. feet of water and the points loosened.On .
Scott, Orlando and F. O. Miller, of hour, or until the picnic dinner had Mason came through the cottage to
dragging again he managed
loss. to secure -
Jacksonville. The latter is president : been eaten. The clouds then cleared the accompaniment of the pit-pat of -- -- 1
r Funeral services will be held at the : BASEBALL RESULTS a firm hold on the body with the !
of the Florida Good Roads Associa- away and the remainder of the after- the rain the children saw the cream. :
residence at 2:30 p. m. today. Rev. I hook and pulled it to the surface. At
ideal. What assault made those
noon was an was on
Dr. Rickert will preach the funeral tion.At National League the Ryan's undertaking rooms the
a later date the association will The two hundred picnickers arrivedat three freezers of ice cream.
New York 2, Chicago 5. body was positively identified as Cap-
2 ,, sermon. take up the matter of planting trees, the camp shortly after one o'clock After everybody had packed themselves -
4 Cincinnati 2. tain Norcross
t Interment will be in Greenwood Brooklyn by friends of the de
shrubs and flowers along the highwayto and the baskets hampers and boxes in the cottage and held an Boston 2.
3, Pittsburgh ceased.
undertaker Hand in ;
cemetery, being beautify it. The next meeting will were crowded with sufficient food to empty plate in one hand and a paper Louis
.w of the Philadelphia 4, St. 3. Hon. Pliny Norcross was one of
..: arrangements. be held at Lakeland in September. feed a good sized army. But the appetites napkin in the other, Mr. Dow called American League Janesville's most influential citizensfor

'1 Eight Committees Named of the Masons and the children -I'upon the Rev. Lee Smith of Apopka, many years. A lawyer by profession .
DEL MASON STRUCK OUT SIXTEEN The following standing committees wives sweethearts and friends to lead in prayer. Rev. Smith deliv- Cleveland 3, Boston 4. he served four years as district -
MEN, ONE RUN I Il I were named to have charge of various Chicago 2, Philadelphia 5. attorney of Rock county from
% were of a ravenous nature that ered a beautiful prayer thanking the
1871 to 1875 and 1876. He .
features of the association's activities St. Louis 5-4, Washington 2-3. sat in the a
In an interesting game at Kissimmee : every scrap was cleaned away before Master for His bountiful blessingsand mayor's chair for two terms, 1877 to

yesterday the crack Winter Park II Special Mapped Highway Committee taps sounded. praying for continued blessingsupon Detroit-New York, wet grounds. 1R78, and has four times representedthe

baseball team defeated Kissimmee by -M. M. Smith Orlando chairman; When the rain commenced the two the Masonic order for the yearsto Federal League Janesville district in the state leg- 7'
L. A. St. islature; first in 1867 and again in A :
Whitney, Petersburg; O. B. Buffalo 0-3, Newark 74.
\ the score of 7 to 1. The batteries Dees hundred huddled themselves into Mr. come. 1885. and in 1905 to 1907. His intel- j
Mayo; W. .E. Dunwoodie, Arcadia -
."' were :Mason and Beardall for Winter I ; C. A. Childs, Eustis; E. F. Dow's camp much as sardines are In addition to the local :Masons Baltimore 2, Brooklyn 4. lectual capability and his moral worth '
;. Park and Payne Campbell and Storeyfor Bowers, Jupiter; J. H. Scales Perry. packed into a can. Everybody under there were many from outside points. St. Louis 5, Chicago 6. have commanded respect and his kind-
his This is one of the most important of these Pittsburgh-Kansas City too wet. ly impulses generous nature and genial
Kissimmee. Mason was at peculiar circumstances realized Had there not been other events to
the in much disposition and charitable instincts "
i committees as as it will
I best and gave the Kissimmee boysa I prepare accurate data for the com- how close the bonds of Masonry were. take the attention of the Masons there Southern League made him universally' popular. '

stroll over the plank, whiffing six ,pilation of a log of the highway, to be Every opportunity was given one to would have been a much larger at- Memphis 2, :Mobile 1. Pliny Norcross came to Walworth .,j

teen men. The game should have published by the Dixie Highway Com- get acquainted with his "brother Mason : tendance. In fact, there was sufficient Atlanta 2, Little Rock 0. county with his parents in 1852. On. .
I April 10, 1861, he enlisted in :
been a shut-out but several costly errors mission.Legislative Committee-W. G. Bro- ," and in consequence there was a I food for many more. The event Birmingham 7, Nashville' 3. K, 1st Wisconsin infantry under company Cap- {
prevented Winter Park from ap- rein, Tampa, chairman; W. B. Davis, renewal of the mystic vows and eter- I was highly successful and late in the New Orleans 6, Chattanooga 3. tain Lucius Fairchild being the first

plying a full sized dose of whitewash.All Perry; H. Clay Stanford Kissimmee; nal friendship. !afternoon the picnickers departed for South Atlantic League student to enlist in the war for the "

F. W. Perry, Fort Myers; Perry G. The interior of the Dow cottagehad their homes, all grateful to Mr. Dow Macon 2, Albany 8. Union. Later, he enlisted in company .
Watt Tampa. K of 13th, and for three years he
the popular music, and will Transportation-J., W. Prentis Kis- elastic walls, and the cakes, pies .for his hospitality, and looking for- Charleston 7, Augusta 9. was captain of this company.Mr. ..

.. order at once anything {you want. simmee, chairman; R. P. Hopkins, olives, sandwiches, salads, cookies, ward to the next annual picnic with Columbia 7. Savannah 4, Norcross was married January

_" Curtis & O'Neal, book store. (Continued on page 4) fried chicken, and what-not were piled eager expectations. Columbus 8, Jacksonville 4. (Continued on 'page 4).r Ri

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ALS FROM TAFT CHANGES MADE IN SALARIESOF Lauderdale, from $1,900 to $2,100; Ft. I| r Decreases: Apalachicola, from $2- I from $1,200 to $1,100. (

t FLORIDA POSTMAS- Pierce, from $2,200 to $2,300; Home-.000 to $1,900; Blountstown, from $1- Mayo, from $1,100 to $1,000; Largo,
I Fla., July 14.-A camping TERSIIIPS stead, from $1,300 to $1,500; Lake 000 to fourth class; Bonifay, from
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. W. City, from $2,200 to $2,300; Lake i RABBITS MEMBRANE
$1,400 to $1,300 Carrabelle, from $1-
E : Messrs. W. N. Gartman, Washington, D. .-The annual readjustment Worth, from $1,500 to $1,600Ionti; ;
I Payne, J. N. Ahik, J. O. Collins, f' of salaries of Florida cello, from $1,700 to $1,800; Orlando, 300 to $1,200; Dunnellon, from $1,500to
: Josie Collins, and John Lazen- 'I postmasters, based on receipts for the from $2,800 to $2,900; Palmetto, from $1,400; Eau G->";.. *-.*. 1.300 to Glendale, Cal.-The mem1-' ne from
to Taft and civilization four-quarters ending March 31, was $1,800 to $1,900; Perry, from $1,700 'II I $1,200; Glen St. Mary, from $1,300 to the eye of a rabbit was th&Obrred to }
: a week's boating, fishing and :announced by Burleson today, as follows -I to $1,800; Plant City, from $2,300 to :,$1,100; Graceville, from $1,100 to $1- the eye of a man at the Glendale sani-
on beautiful Tanner lake. A I : Increases: Alachua, from I I $2,400; Punta Gorda, from $1,600 to I II *!000; Hawthorne, from $1,200 to $1- tarium recently. Frank, Delochino, of. .
good time was enjoyed by all $1,300 to $1,400; Arcadia, $2,300 to $1,700; St. Andrew, from $1,100 to 100; Jasper, from $1,500 to $1,400; Los Angeles, was the patient. His
Plenty of fish and other $2,400; Boca Grande, from $1,200 to $1,200; Sanford, from $2,500 to $2- Key West, from $2,700 to $2,600; own eye had been removed and it was:
things to eat. No redbugs, and $1,300; Bradentown, from $2,300 to .600; Sarasota, from $1,900 to $2,100; Lake Butler, from $1,200 to $1,100; necessary to enlarge the socket for
few mosquitoes. Although blis- $2,400; Clearwater, from $2,100 to Tavares, from $1,100 to $1,200; Wilis- Marathon, from $1,100 to fourth an artificial eye. The membrane was a
tanned, and freckled by the $2,200; Daytona: Beach, from $1,600 to ton, from $1,100 to $1,300; Winter class; Mulberry, from $1,800 to $1- not large enough to cover the socket
; : they say they are going again. $1,700; Delray, from $1,200 to $1,500; Garden, from $1,200 to $1,300; Quincy 1 700; Newberry, from $1,400 to $1,200; and as a consequence the rabbit was
John Lazenby, of this place, Fellsmere, from $1,600 to $1,700; Ft. t from $2,200 to $2,300. 1 St. Augustine, from $3,000 to $2,900; brought into requisition.
: : to Birmingham_ Ala., where I.I --
reside. We expect him
this winter.
Joseph N. Ahik, of Sanford,
: Sunday visiting his wife and
He is now at Lake Alfred as

i'h.agent Carl Dennis for R., both a Sphaler few visited days., and the dent-Miss Can you tell them apart ?

Orlando this week. .
r. J. D. Rutledge, our popular
of Taft, visited Miss Lora I t is very difficult i for anyone
: in Orlando Sunday, and from
a party of young people went but an expert to tell the
Wekiwa Springs. t1\

and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler, of Sand difference i between a Sac
returned Saturday from a bus- : \ \
t : trip to Pehon, S. C. '
f : imitation pearl and a genuine

1 BANK AT NEW SMYRNA" + I pearl of the same size worth

; \.
financial institutions are ,1 $ r 0o-therefore one might

healthy and growing state, as
t be proven by the strong show- A genuine pearl An imitation pearl the ..oc imitation becauseValue

r which are made in their period- $500 Value 50 cents" i
l reports to the state comptroller. it looks like the genuine article
the strongest of these reports

: we have seen is that issued by I and this is all any pearl has '
Bank of New Smyrna, at
of business June 23, 1915.
report of this institution shows -- -: _
and profits to the amount of c .
on a capital stock of $15,000. a But-when you can get a .
: bad showing.
genuine Victrola with its repertoire ..
ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a i of more than 5000 Victor
t i investment. I
! i Records for the same price
I Ii
R e :r i that you would pay for some
t 1 -r"I 1t i I j I I other instrument that only

( _....-- I. (Iii IL I I a l looks like a Victrola, there '.
f --- 1
1 can remain no question of ,

[r Victor. supremacy.

The proof is in the hearing. Come :
I If' .
t Meuage in any time and we will gladly play any

To the BusinessMen No. 3 Genuine Victrola Any imitation of a Victrola music you wish to hear. We'll explain
f' I
of Orlando $15 to $250 (at practically the same price our system of easy terms too, if desired.

i When a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on a clean collar I .'.: .- .. ). as a genuine Victrola) .,.
and gets his shoes shined. Then he looks like more business-and he's made 1 .. .t'. '-_
l "'-: ', -.. ..
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r a flying start toward getting it. a" .. -. 'I
6-. Likewise, a community can go after more business-and get it. The "clean j ,'f" """" .: .. > ..... .
collar and shiny shoes"of this town are the well-painted stores, the bright, cheery '.,Jt .I tW ..' !" .. ''... f
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homes, the fresh, clean-looking buildings. The pan paint plays in building up ; ,.j 1 .. ...r.... : ,_ : ,
local pride cannot be put in figures-but its good effects are recorded on the localmerchants' 0"", "", ;" :1,<: -I. '. ...... : ,
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l- sales sheets. Buy good paint. We recommend f .. ... .- ( I. '..to:1. :: 'I
f : ..:J-
"Dutch Boy Atlantic White Lead \ .(I
i f tf
and Dutch Boy linseed oil. There is nothing else so satisfactory, so lasting and .
cheap in the long run. Sold by all good paint dealers. Get in touch with your
dealer today. W. S. BRANCH, The Arcade Book and Music Store :
,G Orlando Florida
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L. i j* *: *- building, and placed Mr. G. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of ..

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for your money, and how it is grown. Write him for catalogue now, and post up on "PEDIGREED

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G. G. WRIGHT, Agent \

8 Yowell-Duckworth Bldg., Orlando Florida .

Trees like these will work while you sleep. They can't be Grown overnight-It
takes time. Contract for YOUR Supply NOW.
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1,304,523 TO END OF JUNE
Jamison City, Pa.-Mrs. William
Brown, of this town, felt badly last London.-The last sixteen Prussian 25 CENT DiscountFor
night about spanking her son, Wil- casualty lists contain the names of
liam, Jr., but it had to be done. To- 94,747 officers and men' killed and I

day she is deeply grieved,'because wounded, making the total' Prussian +,2 <. v
her boy is suffering pain from burns losses to the end of June 1,504,523, o. the benefit of
received as a result of the spanking. according to a Berne dispatch to the our customers -

Juniorhp.d a box of toy pistol caps Morning Post. we will give 25
!left over from the fourth and carried This does not include 164 Saxon a

4 them in his trousers pocket. Whenhe ca.ualty lists, 198 Bavarian lists, 211 per cent cash discount on
went swimrfting yesterday and did Wurttemberg lists, and 36 naval lists.
not come home until an hour after Of 40,000 German national school all goods sold during the
supper time, Mrs. Brown turned him teachers under arms 4,900 have been n. atia

., over the her corrective knee and treatment.As began to. administer killed in battle. month of July and August.

a result of an unusually hard h..w a

contact of the slipper the caps ex- BACK TAXES PAID TO STATE BY r
ploded all at once.
PULLMAN- CO.. Hammond & Gore
l':t SHIP 300,000,000 CIGAR- ;
Tallahassee, Fla.-The state of ?.
__ __
back taxes on receipts of the
Norfolk' Va.-The BritishAmerican gross Orange Ave. and Church; St. Orlando, Fla.
Pullman after of the
Tobacco company, of Petersburg, company one Mary Pickford in "The Dawn of Tomorrow," at the Grand Today.
longest fought legal contests in the
Va., has received a contract for the
recent history of the legal department
f delivery of 300,000,000 cigarettes dur- of the state. i GOVERNOR RECEIVES A GIFT I PAYS $7,000 FOR A COW
ing July. The bulk of the cigaretteswill FROM EX-SEC. OF STATE

go to England and France and a REVOLUTIONARY PLOTS IN Middletown, N. Y.-Saggia Betta,
large quantity will also be shipped to. Tallahassee, Fla.-Governor Tram-
the famous Holstein has
CHINA cow.
India and China. j mell has received from the depart- purchased from H. A. Moier, of Syra-

HORSE TRAVELS 44,000 MILES Washington, D. C. Evidence of ment of state at Washington one of, suse, by John Arfmann, of Fairmont
revolutionary plots in China are indi- Hon. W. J. Bryan's peace paper- Farm, near this city, for 7000. The .

Beloit, Wis.-The last lap on a 44- cated in unofficial advices to the state weights which the ex-secretary of cow was delivered this afternoon and FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES, 35 cents A BASKETThe
department today from Canton, which state had directed should be sent be- will be installed in a place of honor
000 mile which it took him
Free Stone Bells and Elberta.
nine told of the finding of bombs on two fore he resigned the state portfolio. among the Arfmann stock, which includes See me for crate lots for
years to run, was finished this
week by Harry, the horse of Edwin occasions near there during the past many 'animals costing thou preserving and canning. My price is right.
six weeks. Umbrellas recovered and repaired, sands of dollars each.
Bailey, city mail carrier. The animal "while wait" CHICKENS, HENS AND FRYERS, ISc. to 25c. a pound.
actually died in the harness while you at Young's Repair
i making the round it made for nine Sentinel Want Ads Pay.LAKE. I I Shop 21 .Ii:. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc The want ad.'s the thing. FRESH EGGS, 25c. a dozen.

i years. SANITARY TOILET PAPER, 6 rolls for 23c.


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Paris.With impressive '
ceremo- budwood is selected from the well-knowa grove of Perrin&Thompson, Florence Villa, from the best bearing
nies the ashes of Captain Claude Jo-
trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride. Come to Bartow and let us
seph Rouget de Lisle, of
composer take you out and see our clean, healthy stock.
the Marsellaise, today were placed in
the Hotel Des Invalides. PROOFS I FACTS Where Shall I GoT 0 School?
Our trees calipering' half inch and less set
aN The ashes here a
were brought yes- To the grove owners there is a great satisfaction in
terday from their out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Choisy-le-Roi knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are
mer resting place.' calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-: : the best, that each is true to name, from a parent Tallahassee WOMEN, Fla. Gainesville, Fla.
from them. "e claim of merIt by
mg away prove our .
shoWIng our wares, and the result obtaIned by our stock that has a record fvuantit yecustomers. Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the
CURIOUS TWINS These things are insuring orders for us suIts. These things a Lake Gar- best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
Shadyside, Ohio.-A few morningsago day by day. field Nursery trees. country. North and East.

twins were born to Mr. and Mrs.,, GET OUR CATALOGThe Modern buildings and equipment; 378 students last session. Total en-
John Presbolyski, Russians, at Webb, all modern conveniences.
44 just below Shadyside. The twins Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog;it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece" 437 students regular 'term; 163 rollment 630, including Summer
term total enrollment last School.
summer ;
You should have a copy. It rings true.
were both girls and were joined together session 636.Tuition .
When read it instinctively feel a contact with a master's touch to appreciation of what Tuition free, "
at the breast in the same man- you you ; you come an Free in College and Nor excepting $20.00 per
t you should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you. mal School. semester for law.
ner as the famous Siamese twins.
For Catalogue and information,
They were born dead. For further information, addressA.

i writeEDWARD CONRADI, President., A. MURPHREE, President.
FOR SALE I Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow Florida

GAIN.CAR HURRY.IF CAR.YOU BOX THIS WANT 567.IS A A 6-15-tf GOOD BAR-!. Nurseries located 5 miles East Bartow Sentinel Want Ads Get Results I

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GREAT HOUR SALE Saturday Night 9 i,

No mail, phone or C. O. D. orders filled on any of these bargains. Watch the hour! as :

these articles will ,be sold only at the time advertised.


ON SALE FROM 7 TO 8 P. M. | ON SALE FROM 8 TO 9 P. M. | ON SALE FROM 9 TO 10 P. M. {


Splendid line of patterns and colors, 12i/c and 15c 81x90, good heavy weight welded seams, 60c. Pure bleached, 60 inches wide, 39c. quality, .:

quality, quality, On Sale 9 10 25c.
On''];Sale 7 to 8 P. M. 5c. I On Sale 8 to 9 P. M. 39c. p. m. : J;



Blackwhite and fancy, lOc. quality $2.50 quality, values up to $6.00 : :

On Sale 7 to 8 P. M. 5c. On Sale 8 to 9 P. M. $1.98CHOICE On Sale 9 to 10 p. m. $1.50 !



Regular lOc. and 15c. quality, Value up to $4.00, Hemmed huck, size l7x34, l2 Ac. quality

) On Sale 7 to 8 P. M. 5c. On Sale 8 to 9 P. M. $1.50 On Sale 9 to 10 P. M. 6c.|


$2.00 values, Made of Percales, 50c. quality, All sizes, black and nickel plated,

7 1 On Sale 7 to 8 P. M. $1.48 On Sale 8 to 9 P. M. 39c. On Sale 9 to 10 p. m. 3c doz .i

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NEUTRALITY."Of To the 'lover of the lower forms of IS ALL PLEDGED 1
aouth Florida Sentinel
all the neutral nations in the life, and especially to the inlander

MORNING AND WEEKLY present struggle, none is so hard who has never, when a child, playedin (Continued from pare 1)) i
w. li GLENN .............._......Editor
w. C. ESSINGTON .....Bniinm Manager placed as Holland. A forlorn islet of the white sand of a gulf beach and Live Oak; J. D. Rooney, Ocala; For- '
I peace in a roaring flood of war, her seen all the queer forms of life that i rest Lake, Sanford. This committee I A
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida position is indeed deplorable. Envi- inhabit the sea's the shell life will look after securing cheap rates :
u Second Class :Mail Matter. marge for transportation of road materials. I ON''ARE N UPW Aim
roned by contending armies and em- along the beach offers a fascinatingfield Membership E. Dunwoodie, Ar-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES battled fleets, her merchantmen pick for study.It cadia, chairman E. W. Elliott, Palat-
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 ; D
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 their homeward way through mine might be more fascinating if the ka; J. E. Mears, Bartow; W. L. Weaver -
Dail S Months ...................... 1.25 fields and submarines her student with Perry. Also one committeemanfrom I .
to the
Daily, 1 Month ...... ................. .50 bring were equipped scientific each county to be selected by
food that will keep from starvationher knowledge and could tell the species I L. P. Dickie.EntertainmentA. .
Secretary 1
1 Year ....... ......... J1.00 '
Weekly :.:..:.:.:..: dense population and the hun- and genus of each shell fish that the J. Holworthy, of o

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN dreds of thousands of Belgian refu- foaming billows bring in, but even to Lakeland, chairman; Earl C. :\May
Auburndale; J. II. Parrish, Gainesville -
ADVERTISERS: gees now destitute objects of her the idler, sand dabs, and sand crabs, ; C. H. Walker, Bartow. This The March of Progress Must r.
bounty. The mobilization of her en- and sand fleas are intensely interest- committee will have charge of the

Cop for display be handed and all in at other the hand-set hosinesstfffice tire army ever since the outbreak of ing. regular quarterly meetings of the as-
dTcrtisinr nut
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, the European war has added another I j I.To. watch a big wave come rolling sociation. In addition, the presidentwill Never Halt
the day before publication. This rule appliesto appoint one committeeman in the
changes for contract advertising: it Islnrtrigle heavy burden to her already over- in, with a whole flock of shell pink place where the next meeting is to be
ad will be strictly adhered l to. strained resources. Holland is today sand fleas, and to watch the sand fleas held, this committeeman to select oth-

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&eoft- living almost exclusively upon her vanish in the wet sand in an eye's er members of a special entertain-

the tinued date should of expiration.notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be savings. These are indeed consider- twinkle; to race madly up the beach ment Auto committee.Tour Committee--J. P. Hoi-

continued at the regular subscription rates able, but Holland's needs are great, and to dig the curious creatures out, brook Orlando, chairman; R. B. Hodgson Onward
until*notice to stop is received. and her main sources of wealth, lying is as novel as it is interesting.Then Archer; C. D. Pettingill, Tampa; Always ,
Telephone N amh.r ...................... **
Bart Winter Haven J. J.
not at home, but abroad, are failing there are the sea snails, queer ; Gerig
FRIDAY; JULY 16, 1915. Ocala; John R. Kelly, Fenholloway.This .
one by one. The wealth of Holland enough shell fish for any one. Pull committee is to map out inter- Always Upward ,

is proverbial, yet few persons realize one from his shell by his lobster-like esting side trips for inclusion in the

The rain yesterday afternoon filleda that by nature she is one of the poor- claws, and see how odd the combina- official literature to be prepared by ,
the Dixie Highway Commission.
long felt want. est countries in the world. Virtually tion of shell-fish and snail is. Then
Road Inspection-A. Wyman
o without coal, timber, or stone, unable set him down on the sand, and watch Bradentown, chairman; G. R. Ramsey; This store-its salesforce-its wares-its policies, all
Nobody yesterday objected to Old to feed her dense population by her him make straight for his nearest Orlando; R. C. Reams, Ebb; Fred C. reflect the happy healthy, hopeful spirit of .
Franck West Palm Beach J. C. Swin- progress.In
Sol being out sight. ;
brother. If brother
own agriculture, Holland lives primarily the is smaller del. Lakeland. this ad we quote a number of merchandise induce-

o upon her rich colonies, her mer- than he, the first snail drags the Publicity and Publication-W. M. ments, each one represents a unit through which we gen-
Weeds should be cut now and not chant marine, and the vast transit brother forth and takes his house Glenn, Orlando, chairman; A. J. Hoi- generate a desire to trade here.

wait until they go to seed.It trade between the German provinces without even so much as by your worthy, Lakeland; J. D. Rooney,
along the Rhine and the outer world.
is usually the man who says he This last is of capital importance. Shells of infinite color and form 45 inches wide, sold up to 812.50; for Pattern, at the '

is afraid of his wife that isn't. What the Nile is agriculturally to oil in with every wave. The sea isat ADDITIONAL LOCALS exceptionally low price for full Dress Patterns.

o Egypt, that the Rhine is commercially its edges as full of mystery and
watch the clock?" Mrs. J. G. Bradshaw has returned and Per '
"Do your men to Holland. The pulsing throb of fascination as it is far out where the Monday .
I hired that sten- from Orlando, where she has been
"Not since pretty Germany's main trade artery is the jade green waters seem to meet the I
the two weeks with
spending past Pattern $4.98
ographer. index of Dutch economy life. Now turquoise sky.THOUSANDS.
.. friends and relatives. She is a for-
that this artery has almost ceased to o
mer resident of Orlando.St. Peters-
Spending your time calling atten- beat, only Holland's capital and credit SEE ORLANDO MAN
tion to other people's mistakes is a stand between her burg Times.J. BANDINGS to match the above patternsAt -
mistake than of theirs. less than
bigger half-price
Lothrop Stoddard, in the July Cen- DAY W. Johnson, 108 West Church
By this time next year, if the war tury. street, receives shipments of fine Saturday and Monday Per
o Stillwater Minn. and other choice
( ) Gazette: One Georgia peaches
continues, there will not be
very many FIRST REAL
explosives left for cranks like Horn VACATION IN EIGHTEEN of: the largest crowds ever seen in fruits and vegetables daily, and he Yard 29c

and Holt. MONTHSMr. Stillwater thronged the streets all day extends you a cordial invitation

Monday and far into Monday night. through the Sentinel to visit him. .

from the o Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the Early in the morning they began to Read his ad. in another column.
Judging fishing parties Orlando Bank and Trust company, from direction COLORED VOILES, CREPES AND BATISTES-
come every ; ,
that were out yesterday, one can expect has had These include finest fabrics soft sheer
not a vacation for eighteen Miss Hallie of Mr. our very ,
street; cars and automobiles broughtin King, daughter
to hear of the "biggest fish"ever
months. However, today he will take their loads of expectant humanity, and Mrs. W. R. King, of Concord voiles, snowy, crinkled crepes, bestrewn with em-
now. his broidered dots flowers sold from 35c. to 75c.
departure for points in Georgia, all[1 bound for Stillwater and the big Park, accompanied by Mr. Carter or yd.
o and while the trip is not exactly one show. Johnson will leave to the
today spend
there is Orlando do
If anything can
of and Per
to induce Henry Ford to locate his pleasure some urgent business Of course in the interest centered summer in Lola, Ky. They had Saturday Monday {

proposed big tractor plant here, let matters will be attended to. He will largely in the airship flights, which planned to leave yesterday but missed Yard 17c'
him out. first go to Senoia, Ga., to see his wife were so extensively advertised. It their connections.Mrs. .
and children, and after a visit of a
had been expected that the start for ,

farmer has u hen that few days with them will jaunt to At- the flights would be made from the Webster Hall and interesting .
Jersey a lays
lanta. From there he expects to go children have returned their SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES-
initialed but she would be fri- lake front, north of Lowell park, but to homein
eggs to Monroe, Ga., to transact business Now is the time for housewives hotel
opportune ,
caseed chicken if she dared to date when the young men arrived here Ky., after spending several ,
them.Wall Street Journal. matters connected with his father's with their machine, Sunday, they at days in Jacksonville en route and rooming house keepers to lay in their supply of

estate. He may then visit several once said the place would not do at home from Orlando, where they have sheets and pilliow cases for the year; these are prod

There are lots a of country folks other points, returning to Orlando in aU. In consequence the machine was been spending a couple of weeks with ucts of the best mills in the United States, size Six

in who four weeks. Mrs. Nolan and children taken across the lake to the level territory re1ati\'es.-Times-Union. 90, regular 85c. value. "
now Orange county are
will not return with
him to this city
the "Natal" fever and that on the top of the Wisconsin
aint getting no whatchercallem, either., but will remain at Senoia until this ,,bluffs, where the flights started and Guests registering at the San Juan Saturday and Monday Each 69c 1

autumn. During his absence the duties ended. hotel yesterday included W. C. Kyle,

Everybody should o amount to some- of his position will be entrustedto The first flight was made at 11:55. Fort Lauderdale; R. H. Bryson, Winter -

thing when a census is being taken, Mr. Harry L. Beeman, president, At that hour there were thousands of Haven; J. K. Underwood, Atlanta PILLOW CASES-

but we know of some hereabouts that and to his assistant cashier, Mr. Rau- people' on the lake front, Lowell park ; C. H. Lamar, Baltimore; A. 42x36, regular 15c. value

missed when they "took" Orlando's.The 1erson. and the plot north, being throngedwith Morse, M. Ackerman, New York; C.

o people, when the biplane sailed R. Alvarez, B. S. Penland, W. F. New- Saturday and Monday Each lOcLADIES'

Toledo Blade when CAPT. PLINY NORCROSS, A PIONEER out over the lake and circled around man, Hal Estes, Jacksonville; F. P.
says we
get telephones that can be seen ORLANDO WINTER the city. The first flight consumed Townsend, Tampa; H. W. Michael,
RESIDENT, DROWNED about twenty minutes and was perfect Savannah; L. A. Proutty, Charleston;
through, every woman will have to VESTS AND UNION SUITSAt -
TUESDAY in every way. There was a stiff W. P. Read and wife, Mulberry; W. C. .
look into the mirror before she can extremely low prices, The Dickson-Ives Policy- ,
answer a call. breeze, but that did not seem to interfere Crews, Fort Myers; Mrs. J. W. Denny, "lowest in the city." \

o (Continued from page 1)) with the operation of the airshipin Plant City; C. M. Brown, Jr., Au- Prices have striking examples in the following un-
4, 1865, to Phoebe A. Poole, only the least. The second flight was gusta.
Labor Day is coming on apace, and daughter of John H. and Elizabeth derwear specials:
those who keep up with the drift of Poole. The children of this marriagewere made at seven o'clock in the evening.In Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, Keyser Brand-

the times say that the family wash Frederick F., John Vanderpoole, some respects the second flightwas WILL AUTO TO TENNESSEE $1.50 value, Saturday and :Monday for ________$1.39

will hang on the line the same as"blue" Elizabeth Leavitt, and Edward Pow- more spectacular than the first; $1.25 value, Saturday and :Monday for _________96c

Monday.Too ers.Mrs.; Phoebe Poole Norcross passedto there was not a breath of air stir- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland and $1.00 value, Saturday and Monday for _________89c

o the world beyond in 1900, and later ring and the big bird-like craft crept their son, Mr. Marshall Rowland, will 75c.i value, Saturday and Monday for__________59c

many young people depend on Mr. Norcross married for a second out from under the trees on Houlton leave! tomorrow for various points in 65c. value, Saturday and :Monday for __________49c '

their father's money taking them dington time Mrs.of Frances Spaulding Red- hill and soared aloft, until it reached, the Southern States, making the trip 50c. value, Saturday and :Monday for___________39c .

through this world and their mother's with his, three Troy sons, Pennsylvania, Edward, John, who V., according to Mr. Kuhl, an altitude of in their Mercer car. En route to 35c. value, Saturday and :Monday for ________25c 1Ladies'

prayers making everything all right and Frederick, and Mrs. Bessie Mason 4,500 feet. Swinging around, the Nashville, where they will spend some I Gauze Vests-

for the next.-Springfield Advance. all of Chicago, and several grandchildren aviator headed his course down the time, they will stop at Atlanta, Ga., lOc. value Saturday and Monday for______ 2 for 15cIi
are left to mourn his loss. lake and came out in front of the and other points of interest. Return-
o Captain Norcross 15c. value, Saturday and Monday for ______2 for 25c
Why is it that a chicken will walk commander was of the a past Wisconsin department -- state prison, giving all there a fine ing they will go to North Carolina 25c. value, Saturday and :Monday for, each _____19c \..

over ground meat, corn, oats, tender department of the Grand Army of view of the scene. where they will enjoy life in the 35c. value, Saturday and Monday for _____3 for 85eMen's __
and table in order to the Republic, being elected to that of- Mr. Kuhl made both flights. He, mountains. They expect to be absent
grass scraps fice in June, of 1904. He also served Mr. Charles from Orlando for seven weeks.
with Baysdorfer, com- -
fly over two fences, ditch six automo- I as a member of the state board of
biles and walk half a block to scratcha university regents, resigning from pose the Baysdorfer-Kuhl Aeroplane
neighbor's lawn?Macon News. that office several years ago when he company. Both are licensed air pilots BUYS A HENRY FORD Furnishings!

purchased a winter home at Orlando, have their credentials and are
o Florida, and spent part of the year members of the Aero Club of Amer- Mr. C. R. Carter has recently joined
The man or woman who struggles there. The world's renowned perfect fitting suits-Hart
through fifty weeks in a city with the ica. They were engaged by the com- the ranks of the automobile ownersin Schaffner & :Marx-this season's purchase, broken lots

vicissitudes, is entitled to spend a SEVERE RAINSTORM YESTER- mittee through the Ethel Robinson Orlando, having purchased a Henry only, in blue and "black French serges, Tweeds, in a good

couple of weeks in a camp in the DAY AFTERNOON DID Amusement company, of Chicago. Ford special. It is one of the most variety of colors, sold up to $25.00.
here from Sanborn Minn attractive models and a thoroughly
woods SOME DAMAGEThe They came .
or some spot equally free from
the environments of business or the I I where they made flights on the 2nd!. equipped and up to date car. For Saturday and Monday $10

press of humanity. rainstorm yesterday afternoon, and 3rd of July. Both are gentlemen f

o while extending over a wide range of whom it is a pleasure to meet, and A GARAGE SPECIAL PRICES ON PALM BEACH SUITS-
both know their business.It Prosperity Note: Roy Davis is hav- '
territory; male itself
Orange county will soon become as felt particularly The popular selling suit for summer.
is probably true that attraction ing a neat garage erected in the rear
famous for its excellent hay as St. strong in Orlando. Several wires of no -
the Orlando that could have been secured of his residence on East South street.
Louis has for its flour. Now if some Water and Light com $6.50 and $7.50
were blown down but within would have drawn such crowds or
large traction concern will only locate pay ten
minutes the have given such general satisfactionas TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
in the banner county of the emergency force of the

state, Orange will blossom like the company had them repaired. The did the airship flights. Everybodywas SALE-Ford touring car, fully \
satisfied, and the committee and
proverbial green bay tree. Grand theatre orchestra pit was inundated equipped. A bargain. Act quick. 2
o and the piano was put out of all interested in the celebration are to Call at Ford Garage, East Church 2I

Now if the citizens would go after commission. Torrents of water rush- be congratulated on this fine featureof street. 7-16-3tc I

some new industry with as much en- ing down the streets to the drainage a day that will long be remem- FOR SALE-Ford roadster, fully Dickson-Ives Co :

thusiasm as they put into the arrangements basins carried debris over the pave- bered. equipped; electric lights; electric

for entertaining the Florida ments which will be cleaned up to- horn. Another bargain. Ford Garage,
day. The wind RAIN INTERFERED WITH East Church street. 7-lG-3tc
Citrus Association, how long do was sufficiently strongto GAME

you suppose it would be before they tear branches from trees. Inclement weather upset the game WANTED TO TRADE-A 23x5 foot

would land something that would add of baseball which was scheduled for launch, speed 15 miles per hour, for
materially to Orlando's HALF-HOLIDAY CROWD FILLED Hupp "32" in good condition. R. D.
prosperity.This ;yesterday afternoon on the diamondat .DEPARTMENT[ STORE..I.ORLANDO'S
GRAND Porter, Kissimmee, Fla. 7163tcA
o LAST EVENINGMrs. the Fair Grounds between the St. ... .

new bad check law. Will it Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Cloud team and the local boys. The FLORIDA HOME\ AND GROVE

affect that St. Petersburg practice was the bill at the Grand theatre las visitors did not arrive in Orlando, but WANTED in exchange for $11,000 FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE \

which in the past has done such won- evening and the large Thursday half- remained in Kissimmee. Passengers equity in Brooklyn, N. Y.. apartment The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

ders for the city, when hold-up com- holiday crowd filled the theatre. The reaching here on the 2:43 train reported house city, 30x85x128 on best transit ft., located lines. in Annual heartof tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

mittees for all sorts of booster move- play, as produced by the World Film them as being in waiting at rents, 2640. One bank mortgage, chandise, at right prices

ments would go around among us for Corporation Co.. was of vivid interestand the depot, but when the train passed $15,000 at 5 per cent. Geo. R. Coote,

funds and when we hadn't the cash pleased every one. that place it was raining very hard, 455 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.
.a would insist upon checks dated and the supposition is that they

ahead? That was a good thing, and Subscribe for the Morning Sentin, thought the same conditions existedin SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for -.

always worked all right.-Times. lOc. a week, delivered. Orlando. special attraction. 7-13-tf ,

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I I Open 2 p. m. and 6:38 p. m.

SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TilE KNOW. How about it, young man? Admission 5 Centsrlllllll.IIIII

WEEK Where are you bound? What are you

Frufay! ; July 16. CARRYING away down in your I II''II'
Mrs. Blythe Watson at home. 3:30 heart? Have you thought out everything -
} p. m. Bridge. ? Do you know how much is
Big Reels of Motion Pictures
IIOUGHTONFLYE.The -. I implied by the words you are sayingso r rt Broncho. "In the Switch Tower."

marriage of Miss Grace Elea- glibly' ? Cupid wants an account- A drama, in two parts. 11 Give A Friend-Ship LinkWith
ing on these things. If this is honest-" t Beauty. "When the Fire Bell
>r Houghton and Rev. Jas. H. Flye, "
solemnized to-goodness love, forever and ever, i' ..:, Rang.Pathe. comedy. your initials on, to all you are churning with, and receive one
of Winter Park, was yesterday "Exploits of Elaine, 13th
morning at St. Luke's Cathe- all right. If you both really MEANT episode, "The Devil Worshippers," in in return.
[ then your journey is well begun.f two parts.
dral at 8 o'clock, Bishop Cameron [ not, you are violating the rules of This is the best yet. Don't miss it. Sterling Silver Friend-Ship Links
Mann performing the impressive ceremony the Great Game, and Love will not let Daniel Frohman presents Admission, children 5c., adults lOc. o 0 1
of the Episcopal church. Aftera
you sail the sea of romance without With your initials engraved on same costs but
brief honeymoon, Rev. and Mrs. MARY PICKFORD twenty-five cents; 3
Flye will make their home in Mil- molestation. soon you have an attractive bracelet and a valuable keepsake.
-0On -
ledgeville, Ga., where Mr. Flye is in 1
"Under the Crescent" startedat
Tuesday afternoon the Bachelor d was
charge of a parish. Girls were delightfully entertained at the Roof Garden last evening-a 1
The bride and groom are both well
the home of Miss Lillian Smith. splendid photoplay featuring Princess
known here. Mr. Fly was at one ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
There were three tables of auction. Hassan.[ "The Black Box" tomorrow J.
time teacher in the Orlando public ,
Several guests were present and took night will attract the usual large

echools instructors, and at later Rollins became College.one of the He part in the play, the guest prize going z dience to see this fascinating au-I LI =SSSSSSSOT "'' .d i iq 1 1h

I to Mrs. Gordon. Miss Jean: Person running serially in the Sunday i
has been making a visit to his par- !
received the club prize. The tinel.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Flye, of Winter j
Park. hostess served delightful light re- Remember, two coats of Patton's
freshments after the conclusion of Col. and Mrs. F. C. Brossier Mrs. Velumina gives results equal to three 1.

the afternoon's play. Gary Niles Miss Mathilda Niles, and or four coats of ordinary flat wall .:..
NOTICE, W. C. T. U. .2NW I I paints. Remember, it needs no size
0The Victor MofTat, who went to Orlando
There will be a meeting of the W. or surfacer, flows easily, shows no j.1
Younger Matrons Card Club for the of the Bros-
purpose attending laps or brush marks gives a rich,
C. T. U. in the ladies' parlor of the m J
was charmingly entertained by Mrs.S. sier-Dickson wedding last Saturday, uniform tone, and dries with a film
Baptist church Friday afternoon at
E. Ives, Jr., Tuesday afternoon.The The DAWN OF A TOMORROW left that city yesterday and are expected washable and durable.
3:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. II. Tucker has Agents for high-grade varnishes
tables for the players were placedon to reach Miami late this after- YAR ISH paints and wallpaper.
charge of the program, which is as Frances I
the shaded piazza. As a result of Hodgson Burnett's extraordinary noon, by automobile.-Miami Herald.
( follows: the afternoon's play Mrs. W. M. Da- WgLL
Devotional exercise, by Mrs. A. A. dramatic success. i
Gould. vis was awarded first prize. Mrs. Da- Miss Jane MacRae has returned Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
vis will give a farewell entertainmentto *****
Duet, Fannie Tucker and Elmina from Orlando, where she spent a week
205 S.
Gould. the club members next Friday af- >* ra at the home of Miss Carrie Whitaker, \ Orange
ternoon at the Roof Garden. I I j
Song, "We Don't Want You in the at the home of the latter's grand- Phone 261
U. S. A.," Louis Pedrick. # mother, Mrs. B. G. Abernethy. Miss
Mrs. Charles P. Dow was hostess to
Reading, Mrs. Story. Whitaker remained in Orlando for a
the Twentieth Century Club Wednes- ,!
Missionary Work of W. C. T. U., Dg1Bm- longer visit.-Tampa Times.
day afternoon, entertaining the
Mrs. J. M. Pedrick.Refreshments mem-
will be served and bers most delightfully at her pictur- SIX SUPBERB ACTS Want anything? Ask for it through NEW ICE COMPANY I
everybody invited. esque camp, Oak Island, on Lake Con- Sentinel "Wants."
way. Six cantos of the "Vision," by
1 -- -
Dante, were read, two of the members PHONE 675 .'
reading while the others sewed. The
." club will meet in two weeks with Miss The Cathedral SchoolOrlando's
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and I I Hope Starbuck. 10 cents 20 cents I : 0

family, Mr. George Benschbach, and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linville motored Delivery starts
out yesterday afternoon to "Donual- Another July marriage was that of Select Boarding and Day
Tuesday when Miss Sophie Lockhartand School for Girls
thema," the Helms place on Lake Mr. William Russ, of this city, 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Monday July 5th
Lancaster, and spent several hours i in j
were united in marriage at the courthouse Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
the afternoon and evening enjoying ..
by Judge Martin. ROOf GARDNTODAY ( Grades
themselves in picnic fashion. A boun-
tiful lunch had been provided and Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical
McALISTER Culture and Domestic Science.
added the finishing touch to the pleasure For Catalogues address the Rector, Wait for our wagon. We think you will
of the occasion. Late in the evening I
the party motored back to Or- Mrs. F. G. McAlMer, of Formosa, Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., like; our ioe.
lando. Fla., died at about \\ p. m. July 15 Orlando, Fla. J
after a long illness. h." husband is

.-# CLUB. TROPHY-- the only relative in the S<--th. Twen ... ,
TO -
ty-two years ago yesterday her first
husband died in New York State with

.1 account afternoon of the the heavy play rain at yesterday the the same disease, tuberculosis. Un "CIRCUS MARY"A FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM ,0'HEAl j

dertaker Hand was in charge.
Country Club yesterday for the club I
Three act feature with :Mary
trophy was interfered with. FrankGuernsey
captured the club trophy by Fuller and :Mat: Moore. j

the satisfactory net score of 65, hit While the remodelling of their z

handicap being handsome residence on North Orange

14.0- avenue is going forward, Braxton CURTIS & O'NEAL .
family will temporarily "A PEACH AND A PAIR"
INTEREST.It occupy the residence of Mrs. M. B. a

is all very wonderful and smooth, Davis on Lucerne Circle. Eddie Lyons Victoria Forde, 1

that floating off on the glistening INSURANCE LOANS 1
Lee Moran. 1i
bosom of the water. Everything is i MANY CHANGES 1i i

forgotten but the sweetness of the Extensive alterations are being i
moment. Then up pops Love with his made by D. B. Raybon in his store REAL ESTATE RENTALS

relentless challenge. He wants to building at 400 South Hughey street, ,;

coolest spot in townA

have 'j'jFor
Pair of Ladies' 16-button

gloves given away at nine
o'clock tonight.

I i iJ *& House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price .

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"Black Box" Saturday night. $4500.00. A bargain. ;

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\ Insects and flies are dangerous; they carry disease germs. ICE CREAMS

( Try Karbol Miscle Disenfectant for removing noxious odors. :

Antizone the best for flies mosquitoes, ants, etc., 35c. a quart

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Special Sale

Washington, D. C.-With a fertil- Since the first swans were put on Arcadia, Fla.-Dr. S. J. Catts, of The weekly weather bulletin of the
izer famine threatening American the Orlando lakes a few years ago DeFuniak Springs, preached at the United States department of agricul-

;. farmers as a result of the cutting off .they and their descendants have Baptist church Sunday, and Monday ture on conditions in Florida follows:
of the supplies of German potash passed through many trials and tribu- night made a political speech in behalf Rainfall was mostly insufficient, Saturday and
state and commerce department officials 'lations. At present the visible supply I of his candidacy for the gover- except locally, but the week closed :
have undertaken to arrange for I of these graceful waterfowl consistsof norship of Florida. Dr. Catts deliv- with more generous ranis, which will

: the development of the potash deposit I nine grown swans and three young. ered a very fine sermon Sunday, and improve cotton in the western por- L
recently discovered in southern Spain. One of the young swans is on Lake Monday night had a good crowd of I tion. Cotton is fruiting nicely. Some
A concession contract from the Span-I I Lucerne and the other two are on voters and women out to hear him on corn suffered from the drought, but

ish government already has been laid ;:Cherokee. The swans on Lake Eola the political issues of the day. Two the crop is generally good. Cane, Best Hams at Cost Price
before interested firms. 'have not succeeded in hatching any of the doctor's planks seemed to ceach truck, and melons' are doing well, and

The world supply of potash has young this season, owing to the fact, I the majority of the crowd, both men shipment of melons and pineapples is Sweet Wrinkled Peas, lOc. Per Can
been dominated by a German govern- as reported by Park SuperintendentBlair and women applauding the speaker active. .
ment controlled combination, which that snakes stole the eggs from liberally. The planks that elicited the Vanilla Wafers, 3 Packages 25c] ,
the nests. Several snakes have been most applause were the manual train-
since has declined to
began re-
war Phone 333 for your fresh meats.
lease exports. Three cargoes of the killed in the park this summer and ing of children in the public school I Quality and service our motto. Cox's Process Butter, 25c Per Pound

product already loaded on ships for two of the largest, which were moc- and anti-Catholicism. Meat Market. Church street. G-22-tf Country Butter. Give us orderas
the United States have been held up. casins, were found close to the nest- -- -- --- -- -- your

Representatives abroad recently directed ing place' of the swans.A SALEOF we get it fresh every day
attention to the Spanish de-
posits, with the information that the LETTER FROM MRS. NEILL

capital for their development was not CHOICE TENNESSEE
available in Spani.Government From far away New England comes
experts have investi- to the editor of the Sentinel an inter-

gated several possible sources of a I esting letter. Mrs. Joseph O'Neill's HORSES AND MULESTEN Our Grocery CO.
supply in the United States, but none i message comes like a breath from the
has been found to offer commercial' hills of old New England themselves.It .
possibilities. is filled to the brim with enthu- wb 6 and 8 East Pine Street
siastic praises of the beauties of that
section of the U. S. A., but always PHONES 3 and 200 ORLANDO, FLA.
comes back to the strong desire whichin j
one line is thus expressed: "I thinkof r. i
little 'Rest Cottage' down in J'fl
Washington, D. C.-Postmaster my
Dixie Land and wish that I could just SKATING RINK
General Burleson today ordered that
gather a few roses from the garden
the size limit of packages for parcel
there and 'good morning' to
$ say my
be increased
post shipment to a com-
friends in Orlando." Mrs. Neill is
bined length and girth of seventyfourinches.
This will permit mailing stopping at Oak Bluff, Massachu- Obstacle and Speed Races
setts, and enclosed in her letter some 1
standard sized fruit and berry crates.
The postmaster general also author- pretty views of that place. Friday Night, July 16

establishment of
ized a receipt sys-
tem for parcel post packages similar HORSES TEN MULESTen ADMISSION 100.

to that employed by express compa- This will be a grand collectionof High-Class Mules with
Washington, D. Mobilization of high class Tennessee Horses shape and quality, in fact there

nies."The new regulation," says a de- the country's inventive genius to aid and Mules coming direct from will be mules of all sizes to select -
in working out naval problems as pro- be and Masquerade Carnival and Dance July 23
partment statement, "provides thaton the breeding farms. They are all from. They can seen
payment of one cent, the postmaster posed by Secretary Daniels, was discussed thoroughly broken and ready for driven by all intending buyers.
widely' today by officials of sales will Skating in Mask and Costume 7:30: to 9 o'clock.
at the mailing office may give the immediate use, among which can Exchanges or private ,
sender of an ordinary parcel of fourth both the army and navy, and the selection be found a number of Good be made any time before the Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing
of Thomas A. Edison, as head ,
t, class mail a receipt. A postage stampto Farm Teams, Farm Mares and I Auction Sale opens. Every .
of the civilian advisory board, met Mule must and shall from 10 to 12
cover the charge for the receipt general purpose Horses. Also Horse and :
will be affixed to the parcel and the with unanimous approval. some good useful Livery and be sold without reserve, to the i
Secretary Daniels is preparing to
name or the address of the addressee Road Horses. highest bidder.
invite other noted inventors and tech- I
shall be written in the receipt by the I ADMISSION 10 CENTS
nical experts to join in the work. lIe 1915J.
sender. JULY 19
would not say yes or no to a dozen MONDAY, Dancing, Gentlemen 50c., Ladies Free

names suggested to him, declaring he
THE UNIVERSITY COMMONS would make known the other mem- B. Magruders, Jr., Stables

bers of the advisory board only after
"Mess Hall" is not good enough for ORLANDO, FLORIDAThe
their acceptances had been received.
it any more, we must call it the Com- 1:00 Monday July
Auction Sale starts Promptly at p.m., i
mons. The fare which we are given CALLS NORTHCLIFFE A "P AXIClIONGER" 19th, 1915, when every horse and mule will positively be sold to ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

this year certainly surpasses anything 1' the HIGHEST BIDDERS, at :Magruder's Stables, Orlando, Florida.
we have ever had before either The above horses and mules will be at the Stables, Friday, July

at the regular or summer term, and is London.The Daily News, referring 16th, where they can be seen and tried. SHEET METAL CO.
equal to that served in most of the to what it calls "Northcliffe panic L. E. BATES & SON
halls of similar institutions I
high priced dining "
mongering, says: "If, as is sus-
in this and other I
states. pected, the intention is to upset As- nnenieimiHiHiinHiiiiiiiiiinii
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
The above mentioned "Mess Hall"
quith and Grey as well as Kitchener, I ,
or Commons, of the University of ..
the conspiracy will have very short and Rubber
Florida is under the direct manage-I shrift from the nation. Roofings
ment of Chas. E. of Orlando
Haywood, -
"The people are tired of having the
the former chef at the Roof issues these Cornices, Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
grave of days made the
Garden. He holds the responsible po- I spirit of sensational journalism and I
sition of steward, and has under him would welcome decisive evidence that : Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
the kitchen, dining room, bakery and' For SaleFiveroom
.the government is capable and resolved -
cold storage. The above item is 1
i to protect them against reckless I
from the Florida
clipped Alligator,: incendiarism."
the official publication of the summer II I

POSTIASTERSVILL MEET Ottawa, Ont.-Official denial was '

given here tonight to reports that Sir house Orlando and Service
Washington, D. C.-This year's con- I Robert Borden, premier of Canada, Delivery Messenger

vention of the National Association of ,now in England, will make arrange-

First and Second Class Postmasters ments for the British government to and lot will Harley-Davidson TruckFOR
will be held October 20, 21 and 22. i take over the Canadian grain crop. or

S1 JOHNS RIVER fXCURSIONSSanford trade and pay PHONE 444

cash differencefor

to JacksonvilleAND Good and Bad Cigar Stores .

RETURN better property :


$7 .00 close in. Owner I I

Valspar Val-Enamel I I IIt

Including meals and berth : pays to use the Best.

Tickets now on sale. Return limit 5 days : You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers

: Paints and Varnishes at


OSCEOL.A Finley's Pioneer Paint Store .

Complete House Furnishers Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
Leaves Sanford Tues. Thurs. and Sat. 11:30: A.M.
We have the best men and the best equipment to'do

A combination daylight and searchlight trip the best work. The best is the cheapest.

of 400 miles through the heart of Florida
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;) I.iumber La-t11s, and Shiiiblest To reduce our stock as much as possible i, : J.

SENTINEL by the 15th, will give a discount;,ARCADEMILK
of 25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in store. Ham- :
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf i
Whenever you want the best and;i .
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox:
on Church street and your order will;
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf:
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want I
ORLANDO Ad Medium in Orlando. BDEPOT

Terms Cash in Advance. The Typhus In! ..

Cement Plaster and Lime ;
RATES Servia Fresh Every Day.
For One Day _____________-25t: i i 5c. glass .
For Three Days ___.________50c j per
r_ For Six Days _______________75c is the outcome of uncleanly con-!;, 25c. per gallon
For One Month ____________$ .50 ditions. We are not in danger, CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies en all ads of | BUTTER .
of such outbreaks, but there are!
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate many minor troubles, which i;, Fresh Homemade
will be one cent per word for may prove detrimental to your, SANDWICHESPIES
each additional. word, for each in- health, or that of your family, if i, AND CAKES

A Ruud Water Heater sertion.If the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to against you do not unsanitary safeguard conditions.yourself I j I

counts opened by telephone will be We invite you to come in and:ARCADEMILKDEPOT ::1
1+ payable the following day. assure yourself of our up-to-date ;
and entirely sanitary methods.
FREE Every Home-Every Business!
i Every Man has use for a
I Sentinel Want Ad. OrlandoSteam SURVEYINGPlating A

and Sub-Dividing


FOR SALE OR TRADEAttractivehouse .
and lot in Kalamazoo Mich., PHONE 88 !I Ii WORK
worth $4,500; modern improvements; II i HAL A. IRISH .
paved street; central location; in city

With every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- of residence 45000.property Would in consider trade. Address Orlando I I Civil Engineer

Box 137, Winter Park. .
tirely new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean FOR SALE-Seven passenger Abbott- 375
I Detroit car, fully equipped fine con- I 1I
dition; $550; or will take wood Ford West Jefferson.Street
allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or instantaneous i WeekEnd
and some* cash. Box 93, Orlando. Successor to i
Water Heater.If 7-13-Gt I

FOR SALE FOR CASH-Three iceboxes Hand:Wood Company Rates
you have a water heater and want a new range let us I;
frame bed iron crib set of I
make you an attractive price on one. dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice .Wood of AIIKinds:
cream freezer. Phone 100 or 75. Ffonj ORLANDO

Come in and talk it over with us. 7-13-tf PROMPT SERVICE i I

FOR SALE-Ford touring car, practically REASONABLE PRICE* DAYTONA
I new, fully equipped with $2.30
shock absorbers electric lights, self- .
starter bumper etc. See Mr. Hutton, NEW SMYRNA
at Ford Garage. 7-13-31 ._
i $1.85 .
Cut Flowers
FOR SALE OR RE Furnished or ORMOND 1
unfurnished, 7 room house; large
garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% and $2.50
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit Plants .
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO and 6-19-1moc flowers. 205 Liberty street. VIA

FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Floral Designs Atlantic Coast Line '
GAS DEPARTMENT 7-3-tf and wind shield, at Ford Garage.

Standard Railroad of the South
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOneof Violet Dell Florist.
the best trucking and fruit farmsin I. Tickets sold for all trains Satur-
Prosper of
Colony 25
I acres 9 acres in cultivation, all under day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
fence. Will be sold at a sacrifice for J. M.\ CARUTHERS ited to return by midnight of
cash if sold this month. A good cropon following Tuesday.For .
the place will go with it. The Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
A. place will bear inspection. Good rea-
sons ,for selling. If interested address Information Call on
Box 57. The is in
sightof D. W. WHITE D. T. A. .
depot, church, school and brick ,
road. 7-8-d6t-wklylt : W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
1 e OrlandoOSTEOPATH
FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract ,
Notice--Special Sale one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur-
6-9-tf poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. DR. L H. RAMSDEUOPTOMETRIST

FOR RENT-Seven passenger auto- AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING Church St, Davis & McNeil BIdg.
mobile for rent. Daytona Beach 1
OmrAT. J Phone 41!
And continuing for two weeks i 25 parties cents of each.six, $3 Murray each. Auto Trips Service.in city

Phone 542, Gem Barber Shop, Orange -_
avenue; residence phone, 1024 ring 2. -

I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I II 7-13-6t* The 14aiiet: I

FOR RENT Cottage, for the sum-
mer, or by the year; cheap. T. A. OF CLEANLINESS \ OF QUALITY
Yancey. 3-28-tfc
On all Millinery Ladies' Skirts OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
I, FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur- FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Kimonas and House DressesMen's Knox.nished flats and dwellings. Jas.7-9-tf A. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fry ':
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at Apply 5 East South street. and pore.
7-13-3t We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES WANTED everything fa the Meat Line.Self.

J WANTED-By reliable party, a placeon H. M.: <& Go. '
t. Come and look line edge of city, or suburbs, with
at our outbuildings, chicken coops, etc. Will PH ONE NO. 80 PINE STREET j
pay rent or act as caretaker. Ad-
dress P. O. Box 754. 7-15-6t
LOST-Black and brown Airedale, V
I. with brass studded collar. Rewardif 4
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. returned to Edwin Beeman. 5
7-14-tf CAREY HAND ,

.. MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his
real estate office from the Guernsey 4J
block which is being remodelled, to
the San Juan hotel, in first room FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1
south of the hotel lobby until his
office is completed in the Guernsey AND EMBALMER t
building. Mr. Giles will be glad to .
see his customers and friends at his f

EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Bargain new BUYERS location. AND SELLERSI 7-11-6tc All calls answered Promptly Day i;

buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., or Night. Hand Block.
over 30 years. Have handled over r 1
20000000. Call and see me.
Lake Lucerne 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Orlando Florida.PHONE
L Beautiful lot on I
}I FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best 1
: with of Foliage property at Pine Castle for cottageor 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,
i plenty bungalow in Orlando. We trade
real estate anywhere. Pine Castle
and Trees. 7-11-Gt Realty*Co., Pine Castle Fla.

New house, 8 rooms and bath.

Price $2000.00 Location perfect, 4 blocks from Located in the Arcade Building
center of city, east side. All work guaranteed and neatly The OrlandoT. Meat
done. Our work is the best
For quick sale $3000. Cash or and our prices are the lowest. .. A. YANCY, Manager. :
This is the place to have your
(I C. A. HOVEY old clothes made new. Wholesale andFloradaand Retail Dealer in Choice j
Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit -
J dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit : Western Meats 6 1

pressed _____________40c
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. t
n. pressed ____________50c Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orderspunnir ..
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.
We do ladies' work also. Giveus Business 135 P. 0. BOX 226 (
-"Try a trial and be convinced. |Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church-SU

| Sentinel Want Ad CARL DANN Clothes called Phone for 613.and delivered. _1'

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11..t..I.- " " " " LOCAL AND FlmiONAL MillllimmimiMI;

William J .Bowling, of Jacksonville :
was among the visitors to Orlando :
yesterday.Mrs. .
W. W. Wright returned yesterday :
I afternoon from a delightful .
visit to White Springs. ',
How many savings checks have you I
collected? 7-7-tf
4re C 0. 0 ar_g._ SAVINGS CHECKSARE
Eugene Cason, nephew of Mr. and
I Mrs. R. S. Rowland, left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa where he will
: :
visit relatives.Mr.
Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- $1.04 for Each $1.00

rency by making it accomplish larger things-to J. A. Rowan, of the Atlantic

make it go farther and prove its ability to earn mington Coast Veneering, N. C., spent company yesterday, of Wil-in I They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Orlando. the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:

ty here in earning 4 per cent.

Savings checks are worth $1.04 for I Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
every $1.00. 7-7-tf W. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
Our steady growth in depositsand Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
general business is evidenceof Mr. J. F. O'Berry, one of Kissim- Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
ability to serve our customers I mee's prominent and substantial citizens : John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
I arrived in Orlando yesterday I L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles etc.
well, and the character of our afternoon and is spending today here II Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
' Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I looking after business matters. 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 Mr. Frank A. Storer, one of the Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol- I pioneer citizens of DeLand, who has P. Robinson, Photographer.
: lars." I been visiting Bishop Cameron Mann,
left yesterday afternoon for points in
I the southern part of the state.

Savings checks collected is money They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
The State Bank in the bank. 7-7-tf : ment of the

0 Mrs. Gussie Tomlin, of Arcadia, ar-
Orlando, Fla. rived in Orlando yesterday morningfor
National Bank
a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. T.
Watkins, before going on to Atlanta,
where she will spend some time.

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McNeice were
(, among those departing yesterday
. " 'I'I" 'III'I"'IIII"'I"1 morning for points i in Michigan where
they expect to spend the next two 0X44
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your Ask money for savings in the bank.checks; they 7-7-tf are ." " " , . ." ,.

It's An Economy To
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cooley and ..II..I. +. . . . "444PACKARD -" '!
daughter, Miss Cora, have arrived in
t Buy Now! Orlando from Macon, Ga. to spend
several days with relatives and

Ft friends. Wins Grand

Mrs. D. B. Raybon and daughter,
Miss Oradell, left yesterday afternoonover
ILDER"Spring the Atlantic Coast Line for Hor- Prize at San FranciscoThe

tense, Ga., where they will visit Mrs

Raybon's. father, Mr. W. D. Middleton. -

only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Savings checks are money in the ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -
Water bank. 7:7-t! were both awarded to PACKARD.It .

Capt. J. A. Harris, of Winter Park, is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-
1 one of the valuable and well known ties of permanent success that are back of the new
citizens of Orange county, who has
r Is a standard for been doing jury duty in Orlando this P i

week on the criminal court, returned
purity, aids digestion home yesterday afternoon. Packard Twin-Six

i and eliminates Miss Evaline Osban, niece of Mr.

. and Mrs. J. M. Williamson, arrived in I
! acidity. :: :: Orlando yesterday afternoon from Ti-

tusville, and will spend some time
f This being accomplished a world of sick' tion.with relatives in the Maitland sec- I San Juan Garage Company

ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water .

and Spring Water alone for mankind and Orlando
, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Woodmanand -Daytona

nothing can take its place.BEGIN daughter, Miss Florence, were in
Orlando yesterday for several hours DISTRIBUTORSmmmmimmmimummmniimit
NOW from Daytona Beach where they have

been spending some time en route to
St. Petersburg iimm1\ ,.. ... ..., ,


Elderf Spring Water Co. Mrs. H. A. Vivian and Miss Eileen t 1'1"1"1"1"1' It '" ,. :
Vivian will leave today for Balti- :
ORLANDO FLORIDA more where they will spend several
weeks, returning to North Carolina : People Are Saving More Than Ever
Phone WRIGHT 444tmtmmmimmimimmmim where they will spend the remainder :
of the season in the mountains. :


Cot J. C. Woodward, president of ..1 f. itrt YMIs
the Georgia Military Academy, at : ,
College Park, one of the best institutions :
....... .. I of learning in the South, is :
among the prominent visitors spending II

today in Orlando. While here he : One great benefit has come to these ,; .. ,
: is making his home at the San Juan :
DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY ". hotel. II United States through the European War. : +r ;_' ,

.II. NATION.As ,,. '
I .. It has made us a SAVING ; r ,4-
I Mrs. E. V. Whittaker and daughter, .. a nation we are earning more than {; : t .
: Miss Elizabeth, came up from Tampa; : '. .. .,
ever before, and we are saving more. ; = s+ ,
: yesterday afternoon to visit Mrs. B. :
authorities that we are
OR OTHERANNIVERSARY I G. Aberhethy, at her pretty home on II Competent say I !
: East Central avenue. Miss Carrie : richer by a quarter of a billion dollarsthrough

: Whittaker has been in Orlando for invested savings. -

: several days enjoying a visit to her j for individual r
The safest form of investment -
grandmother.Mr. .
savings is the Savings Account. r .,
TO GO BY DEFAULTWE here and they will earn
: and Mrs. A. R. Bogue will Place your savings s
: leave today extended interest at 4 cent.
on an two per
: months trip which will take them to 8.fi. .
OCCASION I Northfield, Minn. Their first stop =* t y
I trill be in South Carolina, going a
Prices always: the Lowest when Quality is Considered. ; thence to Richmond, Va. Several .
., if
places of interest will be visited en I f {
1 route to the Northwest. During their
absence from Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hunt will occupy their pretty
T. H. EVANSJEWELER home on West street. r{
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBnekinaster : Orlando Florida

& BrmidiigeOSTEOPATHS .. ,

: Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still .
at Kifksvifle! 5T. T
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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