The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00088
 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 17, 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: UF00079945:00088
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Force Carrier to Riga German Say That the
Germans New York, July .-All the mys- Reports
-Obstacle to Movement tery as to the circumstances surrounding Argonne Positions Have
the suicide of Frank Holt,
on Warsaw-Przsynasz who ended his life in the Mineola jail Not Been RecapturedBy I WITH" A BAIl Of $$35,000

Falls? after attacking J. P. Morgan, was the French MANY LIVES LOST IN TORRENT ,
cleared today when the inquest was
London, July 16.-A final crushing concluded. It was shown that the London, July .-After twentysixdays ;

German thrust at Warsaw is now prisoner encompassed his death by and nights of almost continuous DAMAGE Elusive German. HENDRICK UPHELD JURY'S 1

I' well under way with Field. Marshal leaping head first from a perch on 1 fighting in which the German struck I DECISION AND THAW 4
Von Hindenberg at its head, is indi- the bars on which he had climbed. i iI deep into the French lines defending
cated by official dispatches received Verdun, the offensive of the crown Sub U-51 RELEASEDSTATE .i

4 here today. I I FORMER ORLANDO BOY BAGGED prince's army appears to have been.

Simultaneous with the German I BLACK BEAR IN IDAIIO halted by the capture by the Frenchof 2,000,000 Bushel Onion SunkLondon SERVEDJJIICE OF APPEAL
drive on Warsaw from the north by the dominating: height known as
Crop Is Destroyed and
which Przsynasz has been taken, the Our esteemed friend and valued Hill No. 285.

Teutons are advancing on the Narew correspondent of the Sentinel, Mr. N. Berlin insists that the French at- City Is in Panicky July 16.-The German sub- Bail Will Insure Harry's Ap-

lines, and at Nove Georgievsk the H. Fogg, received a letter recently tempts to recapture their Argonne Condition marine U-51 has been sunk in the pearance at Future Proceedings

great German army of Courland, according from Mrs. Fogg, who is visiting her positions have failed completely, but Black sea by Russian warships, according -

to a German official state- daughter, Mrs. Tracy, in Idaho, telling later reports from Paris are equally Cleveland, Ohio, July 16.Floods to information received from -.Harry and

ment, struck the Russian front northof I. him of the success which his insistent that the German offensivehas which today raged: through the towns Vrn, a Bulgarian port on the Black Mother Elated;

Koltinyany and forced the passage grandson, Roy Tracy, had on one of been checked. and cities of Central Ohio, following sea, by the Athens correspondent of I
of the Windau river. his recent hunting trips in the moun- The fighting, which has been of the :torrential' rains last night, took a the Exchange Telegraph company. j s * .

This stream is a carrier to Riga, tains in that state. One of the trophies utmost violence, resulted in the cap- toll of four lives and caused a property I ** MY, HOW BROADWAY! WILL *

I the great Russian naval base on the which the young man brought ture by the Germans of huge storesof damage estimated at more than Th U-51 gained fame by eludingthe SUFFER- .

Baltic, and an obstacle to any move- back with him was a two hundred munitions and other war materialsand $2,000,000. British blockade and passing I Atlantic City, N. J., July 16. *

ment on Warsaw. pound black bear. more than 7,000 men. Hundreds of acres of land are under through Gibralter on its way from I Harry Thaw i is through with .
in that far Wilhelmshafen 1 I Broadway. Arriving here at 11
Mrs .Fogg has been water tonight and vast areas are im the great German clock tonight after a 150 mile *
President Has Formulated Policy but away state with her daughter since WINTER HAVEN WILL OPEN A perilled by weak levees and embank- base, to operate against the allied ride by motor from New York,
It Will Not Be Disclosed last April, and she thinks it a great $9,000 BALL PARKTHURSDAY ments. Lima, where three or four fleet in the Dardanelles. It has been Thaw announced that Broadway '.

Until Return country. Mr. Tracy and his familyare lives were lost, probably is the worst credited with sinking several vessels would see him no more. Imme- *
Windsor Vt. 16.-The formal in the mountains and the allies including the diately upon his arrival here
July away up sufferer of any Ohio city. Late reports belonging to Thaw, tired out by his long ride '
memorandum prepared by Secretary some of the photographs sent back to Next Thursday afternoon the Kis- tonight are that more than fifteen British battleship Majestic. and the excitement incident to his
Lansing will not be laid before the Mr. Fogg depict that country as be- simmee baseball team will go over to hundred are homeless and the Later the submersible passed escape from the crowds which '

president until his return to Wash- ing wild but very picturesque. Mr. Winter Haven for a game with the property loss is more than half a mil- through the Sea of Marmora and reported greeted him and at New York, Jer- *
City Newark, retired to
ington. The pre itient's "vacation Tracy is engaged in developing a gold team of that city. Winter Haven lion dollars. to the German commander at his sey suite of rooms which had been

study" of the German note and his mine in Idaho and the prospects for will open its fine new $9,000 ball parkon From many districts come reportsof i Constantinople. If the report of her engaged for him in advance, and
formulation of a policy regarding it panning out large quantities of the that date and a large crowd will devastated farms. Kenton, the destruction in the Black sea is cor- denied himself to all callers. lIe *

is now practically at an end and pend- precious metal daily grow brighter. be out to witness the game. In the center of the Ohio onion district, is I rect she evidently went from the '' and plans will to more spend to the Pittsburgh week-end some here '* ,

nig a personal conference with Lan- series of games between Winter Park facing a near panic because of the Turkish capital through the Bosphorus time Monday. *
sing the stiuation will remain in statu BASEBALL RESULTS and Kissimmee the Park team has wiping out of a two million bushel probably to operate ,against the .,.' sa, .s s s .

quo. It is understood the statementon carried off the first two games. It crop of onions. Russian Black sea fleet. i New York, July 16.-Supreme Court
the Mexican affairs relating pos- National League had been planned to play the third Justice Hendrick upheld today the decision -

sibly tQ a question of recognition will New York 2, Chicago 0. game in Orlando next Thursday, but I SLIGHT CHANGE IN COAST LINE WILL CONDUCT SEPARATE BUSINESS of the jury which declared Har-

be issued by the president in the near Brooklyn 2, Cincinnati 1. owing to the Kissimmee-Winter Haven SCHEDULEThe IN THE FUTUREIt i ry K. Thaw sane. Thaw was givenhis

future. Boston 6, Pittsburgh 5; 15 innings. game this will be impossible. It I freedom on $35,000 bail. ..

Philadelphia-St. Louis, too wet. is probable, however, that a game was announced yesterday that in As soon as Justice fiend
Austria Has No Right to Demand American League between the two teams will be playedon new schedule of the Atlantic the future F. G. Rush and J. P. Holbrook nounced his decision, counsel]

Cessation of Sale of Muntiionsby Chicago 6, Philadelphia 2. the local diamond soon. Del Coast Line goes into effect Monday, would not be associated under state began an argument on

United States St. Louis 2, Washington 6. Mason, the Winter Park twirler, is July' 19, but so far as we have been the firm name of Rush & Holbrook.For The state immediately se

Washington, July 16.-The United Cleveland-Boston, rain. doing some nifty pitching this sum- able to ascertain does not affect the two years these well known and tice of appeal and Justice 1

States will send a note to Austria informing Detroit-New York, rain. mer, and it will be a pleasure to see arrival and departure from Orlandoof alert automobile men have had their put Thaw under bail to in

her that the view of this South Atlantic League him play in Orlando. but one train. No. 85, south bound, ,headquarters together: Mr. Rush having presence at future proceed'

government is that she has no rightto Albany 13, Macon 5. which formerly arrived at 6:45, has I the Ford agency and Mr. Hol- surety company was preparedthe I
demand cessation Charleston 4 Augusta 2. been moved up 45 minutes and will bond and Thaw take!
a or even an LIGHTNING FELT AT WINTER brook the Hupmobile agency. The was
( abridgement of the right of citizensof Columbia 2, Savannah 1. PARK YESTERDAY leave here at 6 o'clock p. m. headquarters has been on Church the court house to the judge's

the United States to sell munitionsof Columbus 8, Jacksonville 6. street which will hereafter continueto bers so details might be arran

war to any belligerent. .The state Southern League During the rain and electrical storm CRIMINAL COURT ADJOURNED be the sole and permanent "Homeof A crowd that numbered the|

department is already on record as Mobile 3, Memphis 2. yesterday afternoon a small shack at YESTERDAY the Famous Ford." The growth of lined the streets around th

advising all foreign nations that con- Birmingham 3, Nashville 1. Winter Park was struck by lightningand the Ford and Hupmobile agencies has house and cheered Thaw wildl

traband shipped from, the United New Orleans 7, Chattanooga 1. destroyed. The damage could not Yesterday morning witnessed the necessitated more commodious indi- he appeared on the court hous

States is always subject to seizure Atlanta 6, Little Rock 2. be reckoned in dollars and cents as closing of another session of criminal I vidual quarters, and in con.equence of In announcing his decision

"by an enemy purchasing govern I the building was of no value. The court. Judge T. P. Warlow adjournedthe the larger business correspondinglylarger Hendrick took occasion to coJ
ment." STATE BAR ASSOCIATION:MEETSAT !lightning caused no damage in Or- session after jurors for the en- facilities are required. Mr. unfavorably on the action of al

ATLANTIC BEACH lando. suing term of court had been drawn. Holbrook leaves tonight for Jackson- who had assisted the state in

LOCAL ARCHITECT HONORED JULY 23-24 -- ville and will return later with a new ing the case and then appearedpert

1916 Hupmobile model which will be witnesses in court.
The first meeting of the recently Members of the legal profession Charlie Chaplin Movie Star on display the first of next week. "I have reached a decision i

created state board of architecture, throughout the state have been noti- W. C. Essington and C. G. Brown case," Justice Hendrick said, "..

which has just come to a dose at fied that the annual convention of the Joins The Sentinel Family will go to Jacksonville, returning with is based on my own mind, forti
Jacksonville, spent much time consid- State Bar Association will be held at Mr. Holbrook. the action of the jury."

ering the requirements which shouldbe Atlantic Beach July 23-24. A large Thaw, sitting with his counse

exacted from architects desiring to and representative gathering of the mother and sister, anticipate
Turn to page 6 of today's Sentinel funny mustache, baggy trousers, cig- HONEST STATEMENT PROVING
practice in the state. All architectswho leading lawyers of the state will at- court's decision with a broad sm
and you will find a new addition to arette and ridiculous hat and clumsy THAT SENTINEL ADVERTISING -
desire certificates must apply for tend this convention which will prob- PAYS

same before August 28, and the certificates -I ably be the largest of its kind ever shoes. SHRI ERS ELECT OFFICERS

will then have to be regis-1 I held in Florida. One of the most "Is theDoctor "Mr. and Mrs.. Orlando and chil- That Sentinel advertising has re- CHOOSE BUFFALO AS 191

tered in the office of the: secretary of : prominent lawyers in the United dren, allow us to present Mr. Charles sults is proved by a statement made MEETING PLACE
state. Murry S. King, of this city, States, Hon. P. W. Meldrim, of Savannah In?
of the For-
Chaplin, of New York. lie's come to yesterday by Naif Forage,
was highly honored by his colleagues Georgia, will address the Orlando to make a visit. Call age Grocery Co., 21 West Church Seattle, Wash, July .-Bu J
on the board, who chose him as chair- gathering, and in addition many other
him plain 'Charlie'-he likes that street. Some months ago the Forage was selected as the 1916 mee
man to preside over their sessions.W. notable men will deliver papers be-
better than dignified Charles." Grocery Co. commenced an advertis- place for the national convention 17T
fore the association. It is
probable '\ Yes, it's true. Charlie Chaplin, the ing campaign in the Sentinel, pub- the Mystic Shrine. Officers were
W. ROSE CONSIDERING PERMANENT that a large delegation will attend
im fun maker, is with the Sentinel. His lishing each Saturday and Sunday chosen as follows:
the .
RESIDENCE IN convention from this
't .Ii") funny capers as depicted by the mys- morning special bargains in foodstuffsand Imperial potentate, J. Putnam Stevens -
ORLANDOW. '.n,e ntt tic black and white artist will be meats for Saturday and Monday.The Portland, Me.; imperial deputy
shown in the Sentinel every day. advertising propaganda which potentate, Henry F. NiedringhausJr.,
recently purchased a ACT "Is the Doctor In?" is the subjectof was started on a small scale has had St. Louis; imperial chief rabbam,
beautiful lot on North Orange avenue the first Turn to 6 startling results and each Saturdayand Charles E. Ovenschine, Minneapolis; '
and is considering the erection of a Today is the last chance that the caper. page
and how well he acts his part. Sunday the space in the Sentinel imperial assistant rabbam, Ellis J.
modern residence this autumn. He .voters of the city will have the opportunity :see
/ has steadily increased. Rabi Indianapolis imperial high
I i Something new every day-glittering, ;
will then remove to Orlando from to register before the submis-
fun to chase dull care These specials attract many hun- priest and prophet, W. Freeland Ken- ..
Winter Park. and make his permanent: sion of the act for a publicity tax will 1 1rRL1 sparkling away y
and thoughts of the European war. dreds of families who realize that the drick, Philadelphia treasurer, William -(
home in be voted Those who 1I
.this city. upon. are regis- I I See Charlie tomorrow in another saving of many cents results ulti- S. Brown, Pittsburgh; recorder,
tered but whose poll taxes are not I comic mately in the saving of many dollars. Benjamin W. Rowell, Boston; impe-

PANIC IN LEMBERG CAUSED BY paid for the two years immediately He caper.fs America's foremost funny The Forage Grocery Co.'s adver- rial oriental guide, Ellis L. Garrettson -
CHOLERA? preceding the election will not be allowed : I
{ man. From the canvas of the movie tisement appears in this issue. Readit Tacoma; imperial first ceremo-
to vote it is to the electors
so up and see what the company offers.In nial master, Ernest A. Cutts, Savan-
the is jump
London.-The Morning Post's Petrograd to that their inI I :theatres to press a long
see names are
today's advertisement is an item nah imperial second ceremonial mas-
wires but Charlie is capable of stepping ; ,
correspondent today
: the books II
J good standing on registry Have laugh today and telling of .the large and new refrig- ter, James S. McCandless, Honolulu;
"All troops have been with- the some. a good
before closes. The
enemy day city I
I erator installed by the company. imperial marshal John T. Jones, Ok-
drawn from Lemberg, owing to terrible clerk's office will not close until 7:30 .every day. ,
of the
Read the Sentinel's latest feature lahoma City; imperial captain
epidemics which are raging
there. An epidemic of cholera in par- this evening. I.and be happy. It will put you in good Hon. Jos. H. Jones, state's attor- guards, Conrad V. Dykmann, Brook- t
-r for for the seventh judicial circuit, lyn. James E. ,Chandler, of Kansas
ticular has caused a panic." THE WEATHER : humor for breakfast, tone you up ney
I the business of the day and make spent yesterday in DeLand, looking City, was. elected imperial outer

All the popular music, and will Florida: Generally fair today and "Charlie"the .life's burden easier. See what Char- after the validation of a large num- guard.
order at once anything you want. Saturday; not much change in tem- Sentinel family. He arrived last lie Chaplin does when he calls at the ber of Volusia county bonds, includ- Buffalo was selected: for the Mys-

Curtis & O'Neal, book store. perature; light variable winds. evening from New York with his doctor's office. ... ing school, road and brid ?. tic Shrine convention in 1916.



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RULE EFFECTIVE SEPT. 17 i MAINE Saturday and Monday Specials

Looking Backward Some More Washington, D. C.-Not a drop of TURNED DOWN -
absinthe has been admitted within the *
The Sentinel is in receipt an at-
By E. N Coy French fighting lines since the begin- Dublin, Ireland.-By a vote of 30 We are still in business at No. 47V.. Church St. A new
I'm dwelling in a peaceful home tractive illustrated booklet which sets .
Where love and joy reign unconfined, ning of the present war, according to to 22, the city corporation today refused forth the and varied attrac- line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES received since the lire.
But thoughts unsaid creep in my head, statements of officials here who pro- to endorse a resolution demand- many
And old time visions crowd my mind fess thorough acquaintance with the ing that "the home rule act shall be tions of the "Grand," a summer hotel We are prepared to give our customers the best of prices and

And When hours I hark spent back on to Eola's days of shore yore, French military regulations now in put in operation in the whole of Ire- conducted by George E. Bates & Son service. NOTE THESE PRICES: .

While there, from earthly cares set force. Moreover they call attentionto land on the 17th of September next." at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire.The .
Sugar, 16 Ibs _____jr:__________$1.00
free the fact that by an official decree By the same majority the corpora- booklet also contains several at- 4 cans best Tomatoes25c
The place seemed like heaven to me. I dated March 17, last, the French gov- tion adopted an amendment express- tractive illustrations showing the Alta- Best White Meat, per lb. ______12c 3 cans best Kraut ______________25c-
Sometimes one hour would there suffice Best Lard, per lb. 9c _____________
ernment prohibited the making, sale ing confidence that John E. Redmond, monte, at Altamonte Springs, a win- 3 cans best Hominy 25c
I Best Flour sack
$1.00 =
per _________
To show me gleams of Paradise; or transportation of absinthe.It the Irish nationalist parliamentaryleader ter hotel conducted by the same pro- 2 cans Libby's Cherries 25 5 gallons Best Coal Oil _________GOc
And memory's finger left a mark I stated at the French will select the 2 cans Rosedale Table Peaches__25c
was em- speediest means prietors in connection with their New
3 Best Corn 25c
in the cans
When went spooning park. ___________
we bassy here that the French troops in and the moment to bring a 5 Ibs. best Coffee $1.00'
proper England business. The Grand is located -
I 3 cans best Peas _______________25c
the trenches are permitted to drink settlement. in a beautiful and pisturesque t
The Where trysting oft we've places met still in are bygone days; only water and even that is difficultto Though the movers of the original mountain region and the descriptionof We have a new 60-H. P. Elmore Truck, and are better than

The breath of love still fills the air, I get at times owing to the alertnessof :resolution protested that there was the hotel and its surroundings is ever prepared to give the best service and quickest deliveries.
As moonbeams on the water plays; the in watching the trenches. nothing inimical to Mr. Redmond in
enemy most interesting. The Altamonte is
The glimmering stars did always look j Watch the Sentinel for Specials every day next week.J. .
Those suffering severe hardshipsare it, the majority scented mischiefanda of the and most modern
one largest
With favor each sheltering nook j
on ;
j W. BAKER, The man who makes prices right
The swans, as they went floating by, IOn permitted to have ea.:h one quar- suggestion of dissension in the Na- tourist hotels' in Florida and providesfirst
us would never cast an eye- ter of a litre of ordinary wine daily. tionalist ranks.A class accommodations for more
So oft we'd stay till after dark I There is absolutely no consumptionof disorderly scene followed the an- than two hundred guests. Mr. Bates, Co.
When we went spooning in the park. Kentucky Grocery
alcohol throughout the army. nouncement of the result of the vote. as mentioned, keeps the Altamonteopen J
When Luna casts her silver sheen The city councillors had to be forcibly' during the winter when the tour- 47 W. Church Street Phone 329

Upon the fountain, park, and lake, RESOLUTE WINS OFFSHORENew prevented from engaging in fisticuffs. ists are here, and at the end of the -
When nature smiles -
lovely serene
tourist season he returns to Mont
'Tis'Twas then ever the thus germ, 'twill of love ever doth be, wake. I York.-Admirers of the Herre- NEW TREASURY RULING Vernon and conducts the Grand Hotel Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

While swaying empires wane and fall. ,shoff yacht Resolute looked for her to It during the summer months.
For maids and men will meet and win another victory over the Vanitie Washington, D. C.-Debts arising

mate; I today in the second of the series of from unpaid wages, salaries, renls
Like birds they list to Nature's call.
O happy hours! 0 halcyon days! I three ocean races off Sandy Hook. and items of similar taxable income, LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO.Our .
That brook no parting of the ways,- i:The course selected was a thirty-mile due and payable on or after March 1,
Ne'er dying love springs from the triangle. The Resolute had alreadywon I.1913, when the income tax became effective -

spark five of the six matches sailed this I will not be allowed as deduc-
That from in the park.
comes spooning I the well-known of Perrin& Florence Villa, from the best bearing
season with her rival for the honor tions, says a treasury ruling today, budwood is selected from grove Thompson
Take a walk around the circle of defending the America's cup. unless the income they represent has trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride. Come to Bartow and let us

n a pleasant Sunday eve, tl The first of the series of three races been included in a gross return of income take you out and see our clean, healthy stock. '
he billing and the cooing
strands of hope they weave; between the Resolute and Vanitie was for the year in which the deduc- PROOFS FACTS

Cupid's getitng ,busy, won yesterday by the Resolute, which tion as a bad debt is sought to be Our trees calipering' a half inch and less are set To the grove owners there is a great satisfaction in
''s always in the game; finished the thirty-mile course three made or in a previous year, and the out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are
metimes little
a minutes and sixteen seconds ahead of debts have been actually ascertainedto calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-
e gets there just the same. the best, that each is true to name, a parenting
the roses sweet are blooming, her rival. be worthless and charged off. away from them. We prove our claim!of merit by stock that has a record for quantity and quality re-
ermit me to remark, Debts payable prior to March 1, 1913, shoWIng our wares, and the result obtained by our suIts. These thing a man knows who has Lake Car-
(two lips) tulips sweeter'nroses customers. These things are insuring orders for us
are BIG STARS IN GOLF TOURNEYNew are held to be allowable deductions in
day by day. field Nursery trees. \
in the York. It is thatan the proper year.
you're spooning park. quite likely GET OUR CATALOG T
excellent field will tee up in the p
my spooning days are over annual invitation tournament of the FORMER RESIDENT IS ILL AT The Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog; it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece."
I now have wiser grown;
ve seven little "spooners"I'm Sleepy Hollow Country club tomor- LEESBURGThe You should have a copy. It rings true.
proud to call my own. row. Word has been received from Sentinel has received word thatC. When you read it you instinctively feel a contact with a master's touch you come to an appreciation of whatyou

while loving hearts surround me, the West that Charles E. Evans, Jr., P. Mahoney is very low at his should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you. *
the ties of home grow stronger,
e are times I can't help wishingI'd Western amateur championship holder home at Leesburg and will soon be removed -
spooned a little longer, would play. Others who have been to a sanitarium for an opera-
y wife, she sounds the curfew invited are Walter H. Marsten, Phillip tion pending his improvement. Mr. Bartow Florida
Garfield Nurseries
out after dark, Company
stay G. Carter, and it would not be surprising Mahoney has lived at Orlando for ,
he thinks I might be longingsome
spooning in the park. if Francis Ouimet tried his seven years and has many friends in Nurseries located 5 miles East BartowIMIIiiilllliMlllliMMiimPBBBi
mdequojk, N. Y. .fortune there. I I this city.
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ing Trees of Known Quantity and statement when he plants or considers planting his

grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of

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The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specializedin
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bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in t

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Your grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.

We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our treequality

is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are close by and the trip is

: pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto. Wehave opened offices at No. 8, Yowell-Ouckworth

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of the Associated Press.-In justifi- survivors muleteers of and the forty-seven crew of the negroes British, Atkins" Place In Civil Ranks' Dust Proof, Moderate In Price
cation of the superlative adjectivesthat
steamer Armenian, torpedoed and j
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are applied to the present war I
William Michaelis has compiled fig- sunk several weeks ago by a German London.-The discussion of woman's ,I taken not to supplant men with wo-
ures in Over Land and Sea showing submarine, arrived here tonight on place in the war is daily assuming amore .,men and he warned any prospective I
just how big the war is.Heysfimates the British steamer Winifredian. in the councils I i women workers that they must yield ... tTJ
important part : .
Frank Hart, of this city, one of the 14h
their the end of the
that 21,700,000 men I i places as soon as 0
white men, said Jorges Vivo, veteri- of high officials of the nation. AUI t.I.4 --
stand opposed to each other12,820000 I 'war gave the men they had supplanted Jo S
on the side of the allies and 8- narian, a carpenter named Brown, effort now will be made to place this 'I an opportunity to return to their
950,000 for Germany, Austria and and Diggs had been picked up by the female reserve in a position to take duties. ta 6
submarine and had not been seen the of men who would be avail- I The had d 0
Turkey. On the naval side, his estimates places speaker also a shot for 0Or'j
since. Among the white men arriving able for the volunteer the I
are as follows: army. I many men who refuse to enter the 9 iT 1 1
J1"" Allies. Germany.Line here was C. A. Driver, of Thomas- The efforts do not always meet army because they can not obtain m S

ships __________113 56 ville, Ga. I with success, however. It was neces- +i i commissions. He called attention to I p.o .. ,; i I _'.
Big cruisers ________ 87 17 sary for the Birmingham committeeto I the fact that the training of an offi- tz.I; R ..L, -
Small cruisers ______128 56 PALATKA WANTS X BAND withdraw women from work on the :cer is a long and tedious process and I ;
Torpedo boats ______704 358 Tampa, Fla.-E. W. Elliott, secre- tram cars in order to avoid a strike. i that the best way to obtain this train-
Submarines _________179 *40 tary of the Palatka board of trade, The women had been trained and !ing is in the ranks.
Miscellaneous _______231 139 has written to the Tampa board ask- placed in readiness for the work andit I Work as a panacea for the sorrow
*Number new boats unknown.The ing information as to a band. He was considered a foregone conclu- I that Britain's long casualty list has
area of the countries ranged wants to know how many bands Tam- sion that hundreds of men would quit I I brought into thousands of homes was Our Eola Box Fileis
against Germany, exclusive of Italy, pa has, what they cost and how theyare the service to don uniforms, but when the suggestion of Captain Williamsof
he finds to be 67,000,000 square kilo- maintained. In fact, his series of the day came an //ultimatum was the Board of Trade at this same
meters, with an aggregate populationof questions is most comprehensive. As- served instead. It was worded to the meeting. Less time to brood over the the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telex
800,000,000. Germany and her allies -I,|sistant Secretary Dickie has given effect that as soon as the women,wentto loss of a loved one who had died for phone and we will bring one around and show you
on the other hand have a terri- : him the names of the local band directors work all male employes would quit. his country would result in a falling
tory of 6,000,000 square kilometers, I with such other informationas This resulted in a hasty conferenceof off of the trade of the public houses W. S. BRANCH,
and a population of 150,000,000 per- he could get. the committee and the announce- and add. to the strength of the nation -
sons. ment that because of the fact that the he said.
The daily cost of the war to the ten RATES HELD REASONABLE trams were carrying thousands of Lord Derby told his women auditorsto
nations now taking part he places at Washington, D. C.-Southern Rail- munition workers who would be unable go out and each of them find a man
169,000,000 marks ($42,250,000) and way regulations applicable to lumber to reach their places without who could go to the front if assured THEPLACE TO SAVE MONEY
he estimates that up to the first of ::handled in transit at Newport, Tenn., tram service the women would be that his work would be done while
April the total cost of the war was I I were not found unreasonable todayby withdrawn.The away and that he could have the
40,000,000,000 marks ( the Interstate Commerce Commis- chairman, in his statement, place back on his return; to offer to
000)). Italy again $10,000,000'-1'I sIon.I characterized authors of the strike take the places of these men and
the annual cost of such a war at $15- threat as small minded and unpatriotic learn the duties so that the work Free Stone Bells and Elberta. See me for crate lots for
f 000,000,000.It; I I but conceded them the victory.At might be well done, and finally to lead preserving and canning. My price is right.
would take 60,000,000 of the huge Specials for Saturday a meeting in the Manchester the man for whom she was ready to CHICKENS, HENS AND FRYERS, ISc. to 2:>c. a pound.
1,000 mark bank notes to pay this I I Town Hall at which Lord Derby was substitute to a recruiting station. FRESH EGGS, 23c. a dozen.
and MondayFancy the chief speaker the subject of em- The to these calls from
stacked response
cost, and these notes, up one 1 SANITARY TOILET PAPER, 6 rolls for 23c.
on top of the other, would make a I ployment of women was received with women of every class is surprisingwhen
pile 20,000 feet, almost four miles, in acclaim. The meeting was so crowded one takes into consideration the J. W. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH STW.
height. In gold this same sum would Patent Flour- that an overflow gathering had to difficulty which is being experiencedin ,
weigh 24,000,000 kilograms (52,912- i 24 lb. sack ______95c. to $1.20 be held in an adjacent hall. finding recruits among the men.
800 pounds) whereas the entire gold I 12 lb. sack _______48c. to 60c At this meeting the position was Not alone women of humbler walks of
production of the entire world duringthe Irish Potatoes, peck, 15 Ibs. taken that women and men unfit for life, but gentlewomen who have never
past 500 years has amounted to : Old --------___________25c military service should register with done a stroke of work in their livesas
but 15,000,000 kilograms. New -----_____________30c the Board of Trade branches in all well are offering to take up work F. AYRES E. R. AYRES
r The daily war costs for the Ger- Kingan Breakfast Bacon, lb.20c cities of the Kingdom, stating at the of any kind if their services will help.If I Proprietors and Owners
man empire he places at 33,000,000_ Lard in Pails, No. 10 _____$1.00 same time the work they were best the war continues as long as it
marks ($8,250,000)) and only forty Lard in pails, No. 4 ________40c fitted to do. With this registration I is now expected to continue by the Daytona Beach HotelON
days of this conflict cost as much as 3 cans Soup for --_________23c complete lists will be compiled and I majority of Londoners it may well be
the whole Franco-Prussian of Scratch Feed, Meal and Grits kept on file in the war office and' possible that before the end the whole OCEAN BEACH

1870-71. The cost to England, exclu- 7 pounds for -__________25c workers will be summoned whenever' work of the nation will be done by Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red
sive of the colonies, is about the same, Country Eggs, per dozen __25c and wherever they are needed. women. And if interest and intense
and three months of this war- cost I\Vashing Powders, 5c. size, Stress was laid by Lord Derby on patriotism can help the work will be Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
Great Britain as much as the Boer I 7 packages for ----______25c I the fact that every care should be I well done. Single and en Suite
war lasting two years and seven I Sweet Potatoes, per peck ___25c j
Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold
months. France spends a little more per pints25c I e
daily. Quarts -----___________50c Christiana.-Parliament has voted last," said the ice dealer, "I Shower Baths, Free to guests
Honest Weights and Measures the sum of $6,500,000 for building have discovered an honest man." Rates $2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
Somebody has invented an alarm submarines and fortifying the en- "Wdl, what of it?" sneered the Dinners 50 cents
that will ring when rain comes in at trance to Christiania. plumber. "You can't use him in your
an open window at night. Now the business." BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
crying need is for an alarm that will I Cash Grocery Co. Advertise in the Morning Sentineland
cause it to rain either day or night. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. get results. Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
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H GREAT HOUR SALE Saturday Night :

| 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. .:

I' Ii ON SALE FROM 7 TO 8 P. M. I ON SALE FROM 8 TO 9 P. M. I I ON SALE FROM 9 TO 10 P. M. II : .1

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

H OnSale7to8P.M.5c.quality; On quality Sale, 8 to 9 P. M. 39c. On Sale 9 to 10 p. m. 25c.One :a



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 | y


Regular lOc. and 15c. quality, Value up to $4.00, Hemmed buck, size 17x34, 12c. 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. 6 i c. | :


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

I 11 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 \


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*% ::. GLENN ....AND......WEEKLY...._......Editor Central Florida Highway Association i invitation has been extended to 1 1
W. C. ESSI.NGTON .....Businr. Manager which was organized at Kis- In both the Tampa Times and the Orlando Lodge 1079, B. P. O. E., to

simmee in May and put upon a sound Tampa Tribune of yesterday a list visit Sanford Lodge on next Wednes- I
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida
as Second Clasp Mail Matter. and permanent basis at Orlando June of the men endorsed by the board of day evening, July 21, the occasion

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 10, has made such rapid strides that directors of the Central Florida High- ing the initiation of several be-I' ONAPThe i A J

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 its growth is phenomenal. Never way Association for state highway dates into the mysteries of Elkdom.
Daily < Months ...................... 2.50 before in the history of Florida has commissioners included the name of After the ceremonies \
Dally. 3 Montha ...................... 1.25 are over a luncheon
Daily. Month. ...?.................. 60 any organization made such remark- "M. M. Scott, of Orlando." This and smoker will be tendered the f ,

Weekly. 1.Year ...................... $1.00 able progress as has this association.So caused some comment on the streetsas ,visitors. All Elks who would like to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN far reaching will be the benefits it was generally thought G. R. attend are requested to leave their o

ADVANCETO from this association that Central Ramsey, county engineer, would be j I I names with the manager at the Home.

ADVERTISERS: Florida is destined to be transformedin endorsed as highway commissioner,

Copy for display and all ether hand-Mt the next few years. as he had previously been recom- Frank W. Merrick, state agent of March of Progress Must

advertising Hut be handed In at the hauneu When the association assembled at mended for this office by the Orlando I the Royal typewriter, and proprietorof
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. n, Kissimmee to fight for Board of Trade. Never Halt
the day before publication. This rule applieii recognition The "M.:: :M.: Scott" the Consolidated Typewriter com-

chance for eantratt adrertiiinv: it U fiom the Dixie Highway Commission was thought to be M. :M. Smith, anda pany, of Tampa, was among the vis- .
Invariable will be strictly adhered to.
apd doubt existed in the minds of the most wire to L. P. Dickie, secretary of itors to Orlando yesterday.You .

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued .optimistic as to whether pledges could the association, substantiated this.

should notify the office in writing on be secured from the various countiesof Mr. Smith when seen last evening can't
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be please everybody all the
continued at the regular subscription rates Central Florida for the full stated that the
until"notice to atop is received. completion naming of himself time. The man who has to work all Onward

Telephone Numb-r ...................... 21 : of a great interior highway.At for this office came as a great sur- summer and therefore can't take a I Always

SATURDAY, JULY 17, 191;;. Orlando a month later the indomi- prise for he had never given the mat- vacation, kicks, while the man whois

table spirit of hundreds of highway ter any consideration. The men en- out of a job and therefore has an Always Upward

boosters flashed and flamed anew and dorsed for commissioners by the directors all-summer vacation, also kicks.
This is the sort of weather that
it was stated positively that these according to :Mr.: Dickie's o

tells on a fellow's. batting average. pledges could be and would be secured wire, were Ed. Scott, Arcadia; G. H. NOTICEOf

o within ninety days. At Tampa Carnes, Gainesville; :: M. Smith, Orlando I
Mirrors to ( I This store-its salesforce-its wares-its all
at street
__ u_ corners_ _prevent Wednesday the board of directors of | ; F. O. :Miller: Jacksonville. Application for Tax Deed Under policies, .
automobile collisions is a late but sen- the association assembled to further Section 8 of Chapter 4S88, reflect the happy, healthy, hopeful spirit of progress.In .
sible suggestion.An I Laws of Florida this ad we quote a number of merchandise induce-
discuss, and if possible to' close all Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frasure left
Notice is
hereby given that T. P.
o ments, each one represents a unit through which we
I. doubt that might exist as to, the yesterday morning over the Atlantic Warlow, of Orlando, Florida, purchaser gen-
optimist, boy, is a man who generate a desire to trade here.
my of
tax certificate No.
pledges for the route. Coast Line for Miami where.theywill 1094! ,
,I builds himself a garage while hold- During the meeting month dated the 6th day of June A. D. 1898, WHITE EMBROIDERED DRESS FLOUNCIXGS45
every previous spend a or more with their -
has filed said certificate
ing a ticket on an automobile raffle. in my office.
doubt that existed as to the pledgeswas daughter, Mrs. J. C. Starke. :Miss: and has made application for tax deedto inches wide, sold up to $12.50 for Pattern, at the

: 0 dispelled by the announcementby Laura Frasure, another daughter, is issue in accordance with law. Said exceptionally low price for full Dress Patterns.

If you go to church on Sunday you telephone that the bridge across also visiting her sister on the East certificate embraces the following de-
will learn something good. And if scribed property, situated
the Kissimmee river north of Lake Coast. in Orange Saturday and Monday Per
you hold down the street corner you county, Florida, to-wit: North half
Okeechobee would be constructed of northeast quarter of southeast
will also learn something, but not so Jointly by the Consolidated Land com- MULES FOR SALE quarter, section 29, township 21 south, Pattern $4.98

good. pany and the Southern Land com- Pair nice mare mules in Rood condi- range 29 east. The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuanceof
o tion, suitable for farm
This or heavy haul-
pany. was a positive guaranteeand .
The best time to do anything is to ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Ap- such certificate in the name of
removed the last hindrance or A. C. Hall. BANDINGS to match the above patternsAt -
f do it now, so don't wait until the last ply P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining Unless
objective phase to the great, repre- Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc said certicate shall be redeemed less than half-price
minute to send in your classified ad- sentative western branch of the according to law, tax deed
: vertising for Sunday's Sentinel. Do will issue thereon on the 18th day of -JESS
it Highway penetrating the very heartof MASQUERADE CARNIVAL AND August, A. D. 1915. Saturday and Monday Per] .. .
t now.
tropical Florida.Is Witness my official signature and
t 0 not this a notable achievementfor Skating in mask and costume, 7:30 seal this the 17th day of July, A. D. Yard 29c
The most popular method of studying to 9 o'clock. Unmasked 9:30 to 10 1915.
; nature at present is bowling an organization of less than three o'clock. Dancing from 10 to 12. Ad- (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
months existence? The pledging of mission, 10 cents; dancing, gentlemen Clerk Circuit Court, Orange
along one of Orange county's excel- these 50c., ladies free. Orlando Florida.
hundreds of miles of improved Skating County,
lent highways in a six cylinder auto- Rink. 7-17-tf 7-17-lmo ,
f' mobile. highway from Tallahassee to Miamiis These include our very finest fabrics, soft, sheer
--- -- --
an immense victory for the Central voiles, snowy, crinkled crepes, bestrewn with em-

Individual and -corporation income completion Florida Highway of this Association.beautiful interior The BIG AUCTION SALE I broidered dots or flowers, sold from 35c. to 75c. yd. ,

taxes in Florida during the past fiscal
-, year were $229,509.82. Individuals route through fair Florida means en- Saturday and Monday Per
hanced valuation of property in all OF CHOICE TENNESSEE
paid $121,497.95 and corporations paid counties through which the highwayruns. Yard 17

! 10801187. .. t The travelling public coursing HORSES AND MULESTEN
through the most representative and
What about trimming up some of beautiful
portion of Florida
will be
the trees on certain streets in Or- SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES-
able to the
see possibilities of this Now is the time for housewives hotel
lando high enough so that pedestrians opportune ,
as regards the
will not be brushed in the face or soil and the climatic culture of the and rooming house keepers to lay in their supply of

have their hats knocked off every time cive conditions condu- sheets and pilliow cases for the year; these are prod-
to health
they pass beneath one. and happiness.The ucts of the best mills in the United States, size Six
action of
the directors at
0J 90, regular 85c. value.
Tampa in selecting and endorsing the
W. V. Ivnott: candidate for
gover- northern route of the highway is ,. r
nor of Florida, was in Orlando yester- gratifying. The route will pass west t Saturday and Monday Each 69c

day. He shook hands with his
many from .
Gainesville, thence through La-
friends and left behind small cards
Fayette county and Taylor county to
bearing his likeness and a few state- and PILLOW CASES-
Perry through Madison county to -i
I ments. A paragraph reads: "Inaug-i Tallahassee. This route is singularly r Y 42x36, regular 15c. value
urated the first of
auditing system

the state. Was auditor for six years tion beautiful of the and state the, men particularly from that Perry sec-, Saturday and Monday Each lOc

and recovered for the people $100-
who battled for
' recognition at the
000.." Something to think about be- Orlando
meeting, are to be congratulated -
., fellow.fore you decide to vote for the other upon their energy in securing This will be a grand collection Ten High-Class :Mules with LADIES' VESTS AND UNION SUITS

pledjres: for better_n_ rnada_____'_ of high class Tennessee Horses shape and quality, in fact there At extremely low prices, The Dickson-Ives Policy-

o Briefly the small group of men at and Mules coming direct from will be mules of all sizes to select "lowest in the city."
SANE. DECLARED the Kissimmee meeting will go downin the breeding farms. They are all from. They can be seen and Prices have striking examples in the following underwear -

history as the men responsible for thoroughly broken and ready for driven by all intending buyers. specials:

The verdict of the jury that Harry the impetus for better roads throughout immediate use, among which can Exchanges or private sales will Ladies' Fine Lisle Union Suits, Keyser Drand-

Thaw is sane was not unexpected.His Central Florida. As a result of be found a number of Good be made any time before the $1.50 value, Saturday and :Monday for ________$1.39

fate rests with Justice Hendrick. the Kissimmee meeting a sufficient I Farm Teams, Farm Mares and Auction Sale opens. Every $1.25 value, Saturday and Monday for _________96c

Most people will be glad to see the number of delegates went to Chat- general purpose Horses. Also Horse and Mule must and shall $1.00 value, Saturday and Monday for _________89c

state rid of his case. tanooga, pleaded their cause before some good useful Livery and be sold without reserve, to the 75c. value, Saturday: and :Monday for__________59c65c

Murder in the first degree or an the Dixie Highway Commission and Road Horses. highest bidder. value, Saturday and Monday for __________49c

insanity verdict was the alternative secured recognition because of the interest 50c. value, Saturday and Monday for___________39c

logically confronting the original trial shown, and a concession was MONDAY JULY 19 1915 35c. value, Saturday and Monday for ________25cLadies'
jury. It chose the more merciful granted specifying that considerationwould Gauze Vests-

judgment, at the impassioned urgingsof be given a western branch of lOc. value, Saturday and Monday for______ 2 for 15c
J. B. Jr. Stables
Thaw's counsel, after a trial that the Dixie highway through Florida. Magruders, 15c. value, Saturday and Monday for ______2 for 25c

hurt the repute of American courts as The subsequent meeting at Orlando ORLANDO, FLORIDAThe 25c. value, Saturday and Monday for, each _____19c -

far as telegraph wires stretch and endorsed a route; every foot of this 35c. value, Saturday and Monday for _____3 for 85c
newspapers are printed. Spared as route has been pledged the Central Auction Sale starts Promptly at 1:00 p.m., Monday, July

insane, Thaw demanded instant release Florida Highway Association; is 19th, 1915, when every horse and mule will positively be sold to

as a sane man. In the disgusted permanent basis; 300 members on a the HIGHEST BIDDERS, at :Magruder's Stables, Orlando, Florida.

words of one of his lawyers, heI I enlisted; this number will be doubled are The above horses and mules will be at the Stables, Friday, July Men's Furnishings

thought he should have been sentenced before the next meeting at Lakeland 16th, where they can be seen and tried.

not to Matteawan but to a ; L. E. BATES & SON
than renowned
more $3,000,000 of good II The world's perfect fitting

Tenderloin restaurant.A roads will be constructed in Florida Schaffner & Marx-this season's purchase, broken lots

poor man in his position would during the next year. only, in blue and black French serges, Tweeds, in a good

have dropped out of sight. Backed The work has only started. After ] variety of colors, sold up to $25.00.
by vast wealth in hands which no the Sale1Saturday
route is completed from Talla- Special
scruple hampered in its use, Thaw be- hassee to Miami, the lateral and con- For Saturday and Monday $10 .
gan long struggle which vexed
necting roads
must be improved; the t
the too patient courts until a federal highways must be beautified. The SPECIAL PRICES ON PALM BEACH SUITS-

judge was found in a sister state who various committees appointed must and MondayKingan The popular selling suit for summer. '
denied the right of New York to re
get together and formulate plans for
claim an escaped prisoner, and until tours of and
pleasure and inspection, map $6.50 $7.50
supreme court in Washington had the II
highway, and place full informa-
to be invoked to end an intolerablesituation. tion
the hands of Northern tourists

who intend to motor to the most
Through all these the slimeof
years charming state in the Union. Best Hams at Cost Price
the Thaw money has stained better
Florida is now encompassed
men than he. It has ruined reputa- branches of the Dixie highway by: the Sweet Wrinkled Peas, lOc. Per Can
tions, filled prison cells, closed prom
east branch, from Tallahassee to Miami Dickson-Ives
ising careers in dishonored death. It via Jacksonville; and the west Vanilla Wafers, 3 Packages 25c
has left its trail of debauchery
route, from Tallahassee to :Miami: via
through many states and a neighbor Gainesville, Ocala Process Butter, 25c Per Pound
Orlando, Kissimmee 1t
Everywhere it has incited
country. Bartow, Arcadia, Palm Beach Butter. Give orderas
greed, rewarded treachery, stirred up and :Miami.In your

filth.Sanity is a matter of opinion, a of both the branches not far distant future a tour we: get it fresh every day .DP[ ARTMENT STORt.
starting at Orlando
,, matter of degree, a matter of fact; ... ..
continuing south, then east to Miami t tORLANDO'S
and the fact can be ascertained. north from Miami to Jacksonville FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

Thaw was held to be insane when he Tallahassee to Store of true service of never-failing
and back to Orlando, The cour-
killed White He is held to be sane continually picking up highway boosters tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
If he shall be released he
is suggested by the Sentinel, the Our Grocery Co. at right prices
will at least not have gone scathelessfor climax
of the tour being marked by
his crime, and New York will be
a monster celebration in Orlando.
well satisfied to hear less and see 0 6 and 8 East Pine Street
j nothing of him in the future.NewYork t
World. SEE special OUR attraction.SKATING RINK AD.7-13-tf for PHONES 3 and 200 OKLANDO.lFLA.}



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THEATRE :I': "Get It At Allen's"FriendShipLinks U A

Open2p.m.and6:3op.m.Admission !
delightfully at bridge yesterday GRANDTODAY 5 Cent
Y. afternoon, at her home on Concord :
What prived to be a most inspiringand avenue. There were in all five tablesof .. .. .. .. 1 I1
encouraging meeting of the players.The .
Woman's Christian Temperance Union porches were artistically dec- A
Thanhouser. "The Duel in the
opened at 3:45 yesterday in the Bap- orated with ferns and bamboo, and Dark." A drama, in two parts. A
tist parlors with a song, "When Pro- here three of the tables were ar American. "Feast and Famine." Give A Friend-Ship Link
1i 4 tion Wins." A Scripture reading ranged. The living room, where the Keystone. "A One Night Stand."
Four reels Mutual movies. A
by the president, Mrs. Gould, fol remaining two tables were arranged, Five cents good to all. With your initials on, to all you are churning with, and receive one
lowed. Prayer by Mrs. Story. Minutes was decorated with baskets and vases V in return. A
o flast meeting were read by the of delicate pink roses and pink hi Another
secretary, and the business of the biscus. Big Vitagraph Special Services at 7:30 p. m. will be con- Sterling Silver Friend-Ship LinksWith
ducted the Sun- o ;
TWICE RESCUED"Featuring by Epworth League. 0
meeting continued with a report of The hostess served delightful pine-
the committee on cigarette card sign- apple sherbet, cake and iced tea, be day school at 9:45. Prayer meeting your initials engraved on same, costs but twenty-five cents;
ing. Report of work done in two ing assisted by Misses Norma Bunch Dorothy Kelly, James Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Everybody soon you have an attractive bracelet, and a valuable keepsake. A

Sunday schools showed that 87 cards and Elizabeth McCulloch, and Mes- Morrison, George Cooper, Mary nvited.
Smith Hardin elder. D
had been signed, while other Sunday dames McCulloch and Lord. Maurice. presiding A
.J schools are still to be heard from. The first prize for the afternoon's -- -
Greetings were reported from Mrs. game went to Mrs. J. N. McElroyand ORDINATION SERVICE AT
t Johnson, a tourist from Homestead, proved to be a dainty box of sta ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL ; A

i I L. I., who received much help for her tionery. The consolation, a pack of CHURCH.
work by her many visits to our meet- cards, was awarded to Mrs. Donald THE OPEN DRAWBRIDGE" The Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., b. -cD :
Cheney. vicar of St. John's Episcopal church, JLE -01:1-
A Kalem Drama."FATHER'S .
ings.The balance of $25 donated by one Those present were Mesdames J. N. will be advanced to the sacred orderof I _u__

of our public spirited citizens was received McElroy, Donald Cheney, Arthur priesthood on Sunday morning at / Remember, two coats of Patton's
by the treasurer, and businesswas Butt, Joe Cheney, W. P. Watson, Geo 9 o'clock, by Right Rev. Cameron I Velumina gives results equal to three
suspended while a very attract- McCulloch, Alfred Bumby, W. B. Mann, D. D., bishop of Southern Flor- or four coats of ordinary flat wall
NEW MAID" ida. A cordial invitation is extendedto paints. Remember, it needs no size
ive program was presented. Misses Watson, Irving Dunn, McKay, Rem- or surfacer, flows easily shows no
Tucker and Gould rendered the "Corn- I sen, Lynch, W. M. Slemons, Lartigue, An Essanay Comedy. the service. laps or brush marks, gives} a rich,
; flower Dance," a piano duet. The day Bellamy, B. J. Lord, E. F. Akers, W. --oA uniform tone, and. dries with a film,
being the White Ribbon missionaryday I S. Branch, and the Misses Lillian and LITTLE FOLKS washable and durable.
Agents for high-grade varnishes, A
Mrs. Story read a very interest- Millie Smith, Mary Branham, Ethel PARTY. V'AR ISIi paints and wallpaper.
ing article about the life and work of and Marguerite Robertson, Helen Put Mrs. J. R. Davis gave a party to I
l Miss Mary Allen West, of Galesburg, nam, Jean Person, Roberta Branch, (Continued on page 8) I
111., a Sunday school teacher of Mrs. Mary Holt, Zelma Lewter, Claire Rob Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Story's, also a graduate of Knox College inson, Sara Slemons, and Miss Can PASS IT UP 1iNT ii A
/ 205 S. Orange Avenue
Mrs. Story's alma mater. Grit, field. \

grace and gumption were the necessa- -o.- cents 10 cents "Is it hot enough for you?" Phone 261
ries in missionary work, exemplifiedby PROGRAM OF People ask you on the street. COLEMAN & RHAN
Miss West in her wonderful work VESPER SERVICE. Once a day would probably do;
You would fain forget the heat.
in Japan where hundreds were influented The program of the vesper serviceat
to give up the opium use, and the Baptist church is practically But you get it from some men A
mothers were led to see that their completed, and though a short one Once an hour as like as not. NEW ICE COMPANY
Is[ it wonder then
lives should be devoted to the wel- will be of much interest and merit. That any the question makes you hot? .
fare of their children. Miss Branch, and Messrs. Wade, Sie-
S. The next number was a song by wert and Branch will be at the organ, I PHONE 675
Miss Lois Pedrick, "I Love the U. and Mr. Drennen
will sing. Miss
.. S. A.," accompanied by Miss Elmina : Branch, a former pupil of Lamond, ROOf GARDNTODAY ( The Cathedral School I .. .,
Gould. A most helpful talk was given New York, and Dunham, of Boston, .
bj Mrs. Pedrick about missionarywork. will play Hollins' Spring Song, a fan Delivery starts
It stands second to none i vorite recital number by one of Eng- Orlando's Select Boarding and Day
the White Ribbon work and land's greatest while School for Girls
co-oper organists; Mr. I
ates with the church work, but meets Siewert will use the brilliant Prologue II I 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Monday July 5th
cases not taken up by the former. from a Suite by Rogers. The Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,

Foreigners, Negroes and Indians have full program will be printed in the Grades
felt the influence of the W. C. T. U. Sunday morning Sentinel. Also Musk, Art, Elocution, Physical .
efforts.A Culture and Domestic Science.
vocal duet by Mrs. DeWitt and I BOY SCOUTS -- For Catalogues address the Rector, Wait for our wagon. We think you will

Mrs. Macey concluded the program, MELON PARTY.Mr. Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M. like our ice.

"Speed the Day." Woodnick, scoutmaster of troop Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. Tucker was given a White
No. 4, gave a watermelon outing to "THE BLACK BOX"
f Ribbon salute by the members :
pres the Boy Scouts of troops 3 and 4 1-
ent in appreciation of her excellent Thursday night at Lake Gibbons. After Episode No. 14.
+ program provided.A a good swim the melons
were cut A Bolt from the Blue. FRANK A. CURTIS -
"mothers' meeting" will be held and enjoyed by the boys. Those attending fflllHH R. O'NEAL
the fifth Friday of this month, July were Mr. Woodnick, Lindsay,

30, at the Baptist parlors, to which Roach, Topliff, Tatom, Rufus Tatom, Established
all mothers who have children whom 1886
Junius Ives, Marion Freeman, Roland "THE. 18 CARROT MYSTERY"Lady
they wish to consecrate to the cause Dann, Bennie Hart, and Billy Anderson. -
are cordially invited, as is every one Baffles and Detective Duck
interested. A pleasing will .
be given at 3:30 o'clock. REV. HARDIN--0- Max Asher and Gale Henry. CURTIS & O'NEAL

Delicious refreshments
were served TO PREACH.
and the meeting became a part of the Services at the Methodist church

f history of the Orlando W. C. T. U. Sunday, July 18. Preaching at 11 INSURANCE LOANS
--0.- a. m. by Rev. Smith Hardin, presiding f,

ENTERTAINED. Living God." Text, I. Timothy, 3:15. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Two Comedys. Nuf Sed.
Mrs. Blythe Watson entertained (Continued in fourth column)

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Dress Pattern given away tonight -
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$4500.00. A bargain.

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ONE Washington, D. C.-Directors to Pendleton, Ore.-A greater part of
have shown a represent the government in the New Asheville' N. C.-An address by Dr. modern, scientifically constructedsilo the
of three
ready generosity toward the stricken I Copies of the new law providing Orleans branch of the Atlanta federal ,J. M. Justice, president school of at the Buenos Theo- will be the next improvement add- saw population the Liberty Bell Oregon today towns as it

and needy people of Europe since the !punishment for the giving of a bad reserve bank were named today by logical Training ed by H. A. Vivian to the excellent I passed through northeastern Or gon.
the feature of the closing
Ayres, was
check have been received here and the the federal reserve board, as follows: of his Model
beginning of the present great war a equipment Dairy, on At Baker, Gov. Withicomb welcomedthe
session of the Southern Baptist Mis-
relief plan just organized in New local bankers and business men, who I P. H. Saunders, New Orleans; AlbertP. Lake Cherokee. bell on behalf of the state. *
Bush Mobile and James E. Zunts sin conference at Ridge Crest, near I
York city is believed to hold a stronger were interested in the passage of suchan -
here, today. The conference had been I
and straighter appeal to this nation act, are much interested in its pro- New Orleans. I
in session ten days.CHOLER.A .
than any previous one of a kin- visions. SKATING RINK
dred nature. This plan was inaugu- Under the new law if a person failsto BRYAN TO GO ON LECTURE
rated by Mrs. Whitney Warren, treas- make good a check within ten days PLATFORM

urer of the Secours National which after it has been dishonored by the Long Beach, Cal-Willam J. Bryanin Brescia, Italy.-Austrian prisoners
has been sending food and clothingto bank, the penalty may be imposed. an address last night announced declare that cholera is growing worse Masquerade Carnival and l Dance
the destitute aged people, women After ten days have elapsed without I his return to the lecture platform. J among the Austrian troops.
and children in France. The objectof the check having been made good, '
this new work is to send kits con- payment of the amount due does not j Night of July 23rd'Skating
taining necessary articles of wear to relieve the defendant of punishment. | TRADE AT
the babies and little children of the The new law is as follows:
in Mask and Costume 7:30 to 9 o'clock.
Be it enacted by the Legislatureof ,
destitute and devastated sections of I FORAGE GROCERY CO.
France. 1 Section the State 1. of That Florida from: and after the Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing 0 ,

There is a double appeal to this date upon which this act becomes a and from 10 12
And You qualities quantity to .
work. First, it does' not seek in any law, any person, acting in his or her save money. get
way to furnish aid to the belligerent own behalf, or as agent for any per-
son, firm or corporation, when there
the French nation. Second ADMISSION 10 CENTS
branch of shall not be at the time of either -
it does aim to give greatly needed aid drawing and uttering, or causing to A
to children to little children who are be drawn and uttered, such check, Specials for Saturday Dancing, Gentlemen 50c. Ladies Free
in need and helpless. There are thou- draft or order, or at the time of pre- J 1
sentment of such check draft or orderto -
sands of these little ones in France the drawee thereof, for payment or and MondayPillsbury's
today, homeless orphans who are in acceptance, provided that the same be
rags or completely destitute of cloth- presented in due course, sufficient
funds deposit with such bank,
These the children the Se- on ,
banking house, parson, firm or corporation _____$1.10
cours National proposes to help.It in the name of or to the Best Flour, 24 pound sack _______
is no reflection upon the French credit of such drawer, to pay such Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds ____________________$1.00 i
government that this distressing con- check, draft or order, and who shall Best Pastry Flour, 24 pound sack____75c., 90c.and $1.00

dition exists today. That peaceful not and, within 10 of days the notice after of the the giving dishonor Large Pail Lard, per pail________________________95c SHEET METAL CO.
cultured nation was precipitated intoa receipt hereinafter provided for, payor Large Pail Cottolene, per pail ___________________$1.25
war of defense and, against terri- cause to be paid the amount of Pure Sugar Cane Florida Syrup, per gallon _________55c
ble odds, has worked wonders 'in sus- such check, draft or order, in current Fox River Butter, one pound cartoon, per pound ____38c Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos ;
taining its army and caring for the shall funds be to deemed the lawful guilty holder of a felony thereof and, Gold Seal Butter, one pound cartoon, per pound ____38c , \

noncombatants.But upon conviction shall be punished by Blue Valley Butter, one pound cartoon, per pound38c and Rubber Roofings
France can not acomplish mir- imprisonment in the state prison fora Georgia Country Butter, per pound_________________30c

acles and it is from America that help period not greater than one year, Tub Butter, per pound ___________________________35c Cornices. Skylights.Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
for these children must come, children or by by both fine such not fine exceeding and imprisonment.$1,000, or Pink Salmon, per can ___________________________10c
whose great-grandfathers a hundred Provided however, that the provis- Argo and Sunkist Salmon, per can ________________16c
years .ago fought to make America ions of this act shall not apply to any Alrite Corn Beef and Roast Beef, per can__ _______20c Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDOBiMiMtBtitMttltMMIMMIIMMIIIIIillllilitai

free. person who, by reason of contract or Three cans Vienna Sausage ______________________25c

It is now the time of year when previous believe course that of such dealing check, had draft reasonto or Six cans Potted Hams___________________________25c

Americans-blessed with the liberty order would be paid on presentation. Four cans Tomatoes, 2 Ibs _______________________25c i 1------------------------
France helped to win for her-are en- Section 2. The notice of dishonor Three cans Corn ________________________________2oc .. .
mentioned in section 1 of this act ______________10c
joying the benefits and pleasures of Van Camps Peas, per can __________
shall be in writing and must state WE DELIVER THE GOODS
vacation. These little children of that the check, draft or order has Raisins and Currants, per package ________________10c ; "
France are suffering for the necessi- been duly presented for payment or Prunes, per pound ______________________________He \
ties of life. Would' it not be beauti- because acceptance of insufficient and has been funds dishonored and that Apricots, per pound _____________________________17c \ Orlando Delivery and Messenger Service
fully appropriate for Americans to such check draft or order must be Fresh Country Eggs on Ice, per dozen _____________20c
give a part-only a small part--of paid to the holder within 10 days from Corn Flakes, Post Toasties and Puffed Wheat, 3 for 25c
their vacation funds for this worthy the date of the receipt of such notice. I Grits and Meal, ten pounds for ____________________25c | Harley-Davidson Truck
? I A receipt from the registry depart- Oat Meal in Bulk, 6 pounds for ____________________25c
cause ment of United States postofficeshall
Three glasses of Jelly for ____ .:. 25c QUICK
Will you help these children? I be deemed prima facie evidenceof --------- ---------
Arrangements have been made the actual delivery of such notice. Three Ice Cream Powder for______________________25c
Section 3. The introduction of such ____________20c
whereby the cost of each kit is held Three bottles lOc. extract for _________
unpaid check, draft or order, with the PHONE
to the small amount of two dollars. I suppletory oath of the payee, or High Grade Tea, green or black, in bulk, per pound40c 444
Free transportation is furnished by 1 drawee, or his agent, that such check 7 cans Van Camp Baby size cream for _____________25c i
the French government while safe draft or order was entered for collection On account of the warm weather we have put in a

and advantageous distribution of the that the in same due course was returned of business unpaid, and, large and new refrigerator, and from now on we will Good (and Bad Cigar Stores ....

kits is guaranteed by the American shall be deemed prima facie evidenceof handle a full line of high grad Hams, Breakfast Bacon,
War Relief Clearing House in Paris. : insufficient funds for the payment Picnic Shoulders, Boiled Ham, Mince Ham, Smoked Baconof in iimtt trim I.II.IIII.IIII..I.IIII.I.I . ..
All subscriptions should be sent to thereof. all kinds, Smoked Sausage, etc., which you will find
I I Section 4. All laws or parts of fresh and nice at all times. We have a full line of the
Mrs. Whitney Warren, Treasurer, Se- laws in conflict with this act are here-
cours National, 16 East 47th street, by repealed. above mentioned meats on display today, which we are
New York City. I I Approved June 4, 1915. selling at a very close price. Valspar Val-Enamel IIt [

lllth COMPANY LEAVES FOR ; DR. COSTA NOT DEAD pays to use the Best.

PHILIPPINES JULY 30 I I I Best Oats per sack ___________________$2.15 and $2.25 You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers,

i Paris.-The Portuguese legation Scratch Feed per sack _________________________$2.15 Paints and Varnishes at
Tampa, Fla.-Members of lllth here has received a dispatch from Shorts per sack _______________________________$1.75
company at Fort Dade will be trans- the foreign minister at Lisbon deny- Bran per sack _______________________________$1.60 Finley's Pioneer Paint Store -
ferred to Manila, leaving here on a ing the recent announcement from Beet Pulp, per sack ____________________________$1.80 ',-
special train July 30. The party will :Madrid that Dr. Alfonso Costa, leaderof Sweet Molasses Feed per sack___________$1.65 and$1.75 Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

consist of 106 men and several offi- the Portuguese Democrats, had Corn Meal per sack ____________________________$2.15
cers will be accompanied by their died in Lisbon. The dispatch said Dr. Grits per sack ________________________________$2.15 We have the best men and the best equipment to do
wives.. Removal of this company will Costa's condition is considerably im Flour, one-half barrel __________________$3.50 to $4.25A the best work. The best is the cheapest.
leave only one, the 162nd company, to proved. A Havas dispatch from Lis-
Full Line of Fresh Vegetables.
guard the forts. I bon declares that Dr. Costa is better. Mastic Paint Pee-Gee FlatkoatIHtMMIIMIIIiltlllltttttllHM
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J.umber loathes and Shingles To reduce our stock as much as possible
SENTINEL by the 15th, will give a discountof ARCADE '
25 per cent. off our regular cash
price on any goods in sto Ham-
mond & Gore. 6-5-tf

WANTSThe Whenever you want the best and MILK
choicest cuts of meat ,phone L. C. Cox
on Church street and your order will
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf
Morning; Sentinel Want
ORLANDO I Directory is the Greatest Want Umbrellas recovered and repaired:, DEPOTBUTTER
I Ad Medium in Orlando. "
"while you wait, at Young's Repair i
Shop 21 JS.:: Pine St. 2-4-lyrc[
Term -
Cash in Adrance.
Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime BUYERS AND SELLERS i MILK. ,
Q RATES I buy, sell rent, and exchange real I Fresh Every Day.
For One Day -_____________25tFor estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,' 5c.
Three Days ____________50c over 30 Have handled I per glass
For Six Days ----___________75c $20,000,000.years.Call and see me. over t 25c. per gallon
For One Month ___$2JO CREAM AND MILK
--------- F. A. LEWTER.
This rate applies on all ads of BUTTERFresh
25 words or less. If the ad con- FOR EXCHANGE-Some of the best I Homemade
tains more than 25 words the rate property at Pine Castle for cottage
will be one cent per word for or bungalow in Orlando. We trade I SANDWICHES
each additional word, for each in- real estate anywhere. Pine Castle 1; PIES AND CAKES
sertion.If Realty Co., Pine Castle, Fla. I
A Ruud Water Heater you can't bring your ad to 7-ll-6t* 1 1RACKARIXS I
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
,- counts opened by telephone will be PRESSING CLUB ARCADEMILKDEPOTSURVEYING :
I payable the following day.

I Located in the Arcade Building .
FREEWith Every Home-Every Business!!
Every Man has use for a All work guaranteed and neat-
Sentinel Want Ad. ly done. Our work is the best
I and our prices are the lowest.

This is the place to have your Plating and Sub-Dividing a
old clothes made new.

FOR SALE-Ford roadster, fully Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit WORK
equipped; electric lights; electric dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit HAL A. IRISH

East horn.Church Another bargain. Ford Garage, pressed ----_________40c.
every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- street. 7-1G-3tc All Palm Beaches scrubbedand Civil Engineer

FOR SALE OR TRADEAttractivehouse pressed ________50c .
will FREE ----
tirely service give absolutely
new we one and lot in Kalamazoo, Mich., Mohair suits pressed ______25c. 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
TANK WATER HEATER regular will make worth $4,500; modern improvements;
price $12.00, or we paved street; central location in city I
I. of 45,000. Would consider Orlando We do ladies' work also. Giveus
an allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- residence property in trade. Address a trial and be convinced. Week End

stantaneous Water Heater.If Box 137, Winter Park. 7116t.FOR Clothes called for and delivered. -

you have a water heater and want a new range let us SALE-Seven passenger Abbott- Phone 613. Rates
Detroit car, fully equipped, fine con-
make attractive price dition; $550; or will take rood Ford
you an on one. and some cash. Box 93, Orlando.
Come in and talk it over with us. 7136t'FOR Typhus ,

I boxes, frame bed, iron crib, set of Serviais .
I dishes, Singer sewing machine, ice I $2.30
cream freezer. Phone 100 or 75. .
III 7-13-tf the outcome of uncleanly con- NEW SMYRNA
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ditions. We are not in dantrer $1.85 ..
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, prac- of such outbreaks, but there are :
.. tically new, fully equipped with
II shock absorbers, electric lights, self- many minor troubles, which $2.50
starter, bumper, etc. See Mr. Hutton, may prove detrimental to your
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO at Ford Garage. 7-13-31 health, or that of your family, if YIDAtlantic

you do not safeguard yourself
FOR SALE OR RENT-Furnished or
unfurnished, 7 room house; large against unsanitary conditions.
GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial garage; outbuildings; corner lot, 62% We invite you to come in and Coast Line
by 188; nice lawn; complete in fruit assure yourself of our uptodateand
and flowers. 205
Liberty street.
6-19-lmoc entirely sanitary methods. Standard Railroad of the South

FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Tickets sold for all trains Saturday -

7.3 and-tf wind shield, at Ford Garage. OrlaiidoSteam R I and forenoon Sunday, limited -

to return by midnight of

FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE-One LaundryPHONE following Tuesday.For .
----.d of the best trucking and fruit farms I
r- in Prosper Colony. consisting of 25 .88
J acres, 9-acres in cultivation, all under I Information Call on
fence. Will be sold at sacrifice for
cash if sold this month. A good crop D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
I on the place will go with it. The W. R O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
place will bear inspection. Good reasons CLINT BASSPHONE Orlando
Sale for selling. If interested, ad-
dress Box 57. The place is in sightof -- -
depot, church, school and brick 375 1-- .'t
road. 7-8-d6t-wklylt* West Jefferson:StreetSuccessor !Cut Flowers

FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract to I
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12 one quarter mile from city limits;
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- Hand!Wood CompanyWood and Plants &
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann.
And continuing for two weeks] 6-9-tf '
Floral Designs
of AlljKinds:

CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf .Violet Dell Florist.

On all Millinery, Ladies' Skirts, FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Seven passenger auto- J. M. CARUTHERS
Kimonas and House DressesMen's mobile for rent: Daytona Beach '
parties of six, $3 each. Trips in city, Phone 509. 408 South Lake St.
25 cents each. Murray Auto Service.
Phone 542, Gem Barber Shop, Orange
Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at avenue; residence phone, 1024 ring 2. :
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. ORLANDO, FLORIDA' .
Knox. 7-9-tf *E FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue tai
4:. Come and look at our line AND DO ALL KINDS .OF t Jhnrch SU Davis & McNeil B14&.
FOR RENT-Two furnished
rooms. Phone 419.
Apply 5 East South street.



launch, speed 15 miles per hour, for CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Hupp "32" in good condition. R. D.
Porter, Kissimmee, Fla. 7-16-3tc .

WANTED-By reliable party, a placeon DIRECTOR : i
1 edge of city, or suburbs, with
outbuildings, chicken coops, etc. Will AND EMBALMER
pay rent or act as caretaker. Ad- :
dress P. 0. Box 754. 7-15-6t* J

l WANTED in exchange for $11,000 All calls answered Promptly Dayor >1
equity in Brooklyn, N. Y., apartment
house, 30x85x128 ft., located in heartof Night. Hand Block.
city on best transit lines. Annual a
rents, $2,640. One bank mortgage,
$15,000 at 5 per cent. Geo. R. Coote, Orlando Florida.PHONE j
Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne 455 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. -. .
with plenty of Foliage 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 a ,
MR. JAS. L. GILES has moved his
real estate office from the Guernsey .
and Trees. block, which is being remodelled, to -4.i4
the San Juan hotel, in first room
New house, 8 rooms and bath. south of the hotel lobby, until his I
office is completed in the Guernsey
Price $2000.00 Location perfect, 4 blocks from building. Mr. Giles will be glad to
see his customers and friends at his The Orlando Meat Market
center of city, east side. new location. 7-11-6tc

For quick sale $3000. Cash or Phone 333 for your fresh meats. T. YANCY, Manager '
Quality and service our motto. Cox's

C. A. HOVEY terms. Meat Market. Church street. 6-22-tf Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice ,

The hired girl has went-she was
:Florida and Western 'Meats
hired, she was tired, she was fired; r

using but smile-you our want ad.can column.get another by : 4 Oysters,Fisb, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. 3

.-- Special Attention to Hotel ark! Out of Town Orders .
The Sentinel's classified columnsare

full of little human interest sto- / Bu.lne (135 P. O. BOX 226Cor.
ries, reflecting the needs of hundredsof PHONES \Re |denee 133 Orange Avc. and Church St.lW .-

Try a Sentinel Want Ad CARL DANN reading people.them.Cultivate the habit IOf ,I I

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Frank Rawls came up from Arcadia
yesterday to spend a while with rela-
tives and friends.

F Miss Martha Weeks has gone away
.- / rQ for a few days visit to relatives in
Clermont and Brooks\iile.

; Savings checks are money in the .f

Dollars--J bank. 7-7-tf SAVINGS CHECKSARE : ; i io

Mrs. V. B. Sipe, who has been visit-
ing Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Estes, returned -
yesterday to her home in WORTH : :

Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- $1.04 for Each $1.00They

.rency by making it accomplish larger things-to Mrs. A. F. Tomlin, after a visit of
several' days to her sister, Mrs. T. J.
make it go farther and prove its ability to earn are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
Watkins, returned yesterday after-
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
noon to her home in Atlanta.
ty here in earning 4 per cent.
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.W. .
How savings checks have
collected many? 77tfI. you S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
Our steady growth in deposits Butt's, Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room.
City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.
and general business is evidence W. Phillips left yesterday after- Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
, of ability to serve our customers noon for Atlanta, Ga., on businessfor John Empie, Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.J. .
the Orlando Auto and Supply: L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles eta
well, and the character of our Good and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
4 company.Mr. avenue and Arcade building. Store.
Board of Directors gives assurance %
I. W. Phillips & Son. Mayer Candy Co.
to of strength and conserva- and Mrs. R. M. Bennett will J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
tive management in "stretchingthe leave this afternoon for Lakeland 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- where they will visit Mr. and Mrs.F. P. Robinson, Photographer.
P. Bennett.

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

They can be deposited for their face value in the savings depart-
The State Bank Mrs. Ida L. Johnson, of Atlanta, ment of the
arrived yesterday afternoon for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. .
Orlando, Fla. 'I. Kinney, on West Colonial Drive.
The Peoples National Bank A

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter, after
spending several days in Orlando visiting A
relatives and friends, left yesterday -
,f for their home in Atlanta, Ga.

MiliHIItllMIHMinnillMimilllliiMlliliMIMiIt's Savings checks collected is money
in the bank. 7-7-tf
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Mrs. L. E. Wesley' Mrs. Carl Wes-
ley and children arrived yesterday afternoon -
from Atlanta, Ga., and went .111111111111111111111111,111,111,11.,1,111111111111.11111 1111111.1111111111..
An Economy To out to the Ocoee section to visit Mr. I
and Mrs. W. J. Minor. 1..ltl.III.llill.I.-.... ..I.IIII.I.II..III"111.1.11..,11..111.. .

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

I PACKARD Wins Grand H
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kenyon left yes-
l" terday afternoon over the Atlantic
: Coast Line for Glens Falls, N. Y.,

. "EIDER"Springy where weeks. they will spend the next six Prize at San Francisco i A:

Mrs. J. M. Sellers and children, who
have been visiting relatives and' The only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan- .

friends at Palmetto, on the Manatee ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor -
; Water
river, returned to Orlando yesterday were both awarded to PACKARD.It .

. afternoon.Geo. is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the qualities -

( of permanent success that are back of the new
Ddtine' and A. Brachall, of .
. Is a standard for Daytona, who have been in Orlandofor
several weeks doing the coquina

t purity, aids digestion work on the bungalows now being, Packard T\vin-Six
erected by Mr. C. A. Hovey, on Elliott :
and eliminates street, returned to their homes :


acidity. :: ::

This being accomplished a world of sick' (Continued ORLANDO from SOCIETY page 5) San Juan Garage Company jj

ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water
about a dozen little folks Wednesdayin 1
and Spring Water alone for mankind and honor of little Alberta Bennett, of Orlando-Daytona

nothing can take its placeBEGIN Arcadia, a niece of Mr. Davis. The
children had a jolly time playing DISTRIBUTORS
NOW games, and the refreshments of ice 1r
cream, cakes and candies were heart- I
ily enjoyed by them. 111111111\1111111111111111111111111.1111111111.,1,111..11. ...O.ss.sssilrnP-f..4.-

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Elder Spring Water Co. CORRECTION.The announcement. yesterday thaton 11,11111111111.111,1111111.11.1111111.1111111111..111'1III IIIIIIItllllltl tlt.

Tuesday Miss Sophie Lockhart and ,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Mr. William Russ were married by
People Are Saving More Than Ever :
Judge Martin was incorrect. As a
matter of fact Mr. Russ's bride was A
Miss Sadie Kirby, of Lockhart. The
mistake was made by the reporter, r.
who in reading the names got the
name of the young lady confused with
the name of her home city. WJej .j

greatly regret the error.0 .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Cheney One great benefit has come to these }.; &
DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY gave an informal watermelon partyto United States through the European War. .t .' =
a number of their friends last -
s a fAt !+
evening. The party met at their It has made us a SAVING NATION.As ::r. t. z t
st- a
home and then proceeded to the Or- a nation we are earning more than _: i r{ r

lando Water and Light company's ever before, and we are saving more. r ? ,
plant, where the ice cold melons were
authorities that we are
served. Following the feast the -
richer by a quarter of a billion dollars .;. -
guests spent a social hour at the Che- 4 Tt
ney home. through invested savings. 4 4 t.- r '
F j '
CORRECTION.-oA The safest form of investment for individual .I i

savings is the Savings Account. ,
TO GO BY DEFAULT Mrs. D. Lockhart, of 207 Livingstonavenue
wishes to say that the Miss Place ;your savings here and they will earn '

Sophia Lockhart whose marriage was interest at 4 per cent.
announced in yesterday morning's
OCCASION Sentinel is not her daughter.0 .
s a ,
Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. E. R. Whitner and daughters, -<:'
Misses Janie and Alice Whitner, left s '

several days ago for Orlando, where I

they will enjoy a stay of some length, I
the guests of friends and relatives.

T.D.EVANSJEWELER Times-Union. t The Orlando Bank & Trust Company


& nruudu(Ie Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at Kifksville, l+fo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
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