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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 20, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1915. NUMBER 136.





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TO FORCE II. S. GOV'T TO SETTLE I CAPITAL OF
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A TREMENDOUS OVATION
SERVICES BY BISHOP MANN WAYS "HAVE STiff NECK

Any Controversies With Great WAS TENDERED HIM AT ST. LUKE'S LARGELY ;

ON ARRIVALWas MEXICOA ATTENDEDDied
Britain-This Attitude Will

; Be Used in All Future Received by His Mother Sunday at St. Luke's Hospital CONDITION SATISfACTORYBASEBALL

Notes Crowds Cheer Him When REPRESENTATIVE -Had Labored for

He Returns After Years in Florida Mission -
RECALLED BY
Washington, July 19.-Germanywas Long Absence Fields -

told substantially today in a note STATE DEPT RESULTS A LATE BULLETIN SAYSFRANK'S

prepared at the state department and Pittsburgh, July 19.-Harry Thawis One of the most faithful workersfor TEMPERATURE

the White House that she must not at home tonight for the first timein the advancement of Christianitywho National League
AN EVACUATION OF MEXICO CITY New York 4 St. Louis 3.
use the present situation as a dub to nine years.A has ever taken part in church WAS 10145ABOUHAME

hit Great Britain or to force the tremendous ovation was tendered work in Florida passed to his eternal Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 0.

American government to settle her him upon his arrival this evening I General Gonzales Removes His reward Sunday when the patient soul Boston 4, Cincinnati 1. REMAINS All DAY

controversies with the English gov- from Philadelphia. of Rev. John Henry Weddell answeredthe Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4.
Carranzista Army From American _
League
ernment. He was received at his home by his final summons, at St. Luke's hos-

This decision was made today, and mother. Great crowds were around Capital-Lansing and pital, Orlando.A Detroit 12, Philadelphia 6. Family Physician Given Creditof

stands out prominently as the one the house.PROMINENT. native of Maryland, born at Ha- Cleveland 4, Washington 11.
President Confer 4 Boston 6. Saving Life-Will Al-
definite statement of the attitudeon Chicago ,
new gerstown, 1884, he early became an
the of the United States to- St. Louis 3-1, New York 10-4. Have Stiff
part SOUTH FLORIDI.XSVISIT Washington, July 19.The evacua- active worker in the church and was ways a

wards Germany. Officials declare it tion of Mexico Carranza'sgeneral soon in charge of a large church in Federal League Neck
ORLANDO City by
2 Buffalo
Pittsburgh 3.
will in the
appear forthcoming restatement New York state.
Gonzales was officially confirmed -
of the case of the United I In 1876 he visited Florida, spending Chicago 11, Brooklyn 5.
here to Milledgeville, Ga., July 19.-The
States to the Lusitania Messrs. H. O. Snow, F. M. Williamsand today by a telegram St. Louis 6, Baltimore 8.
Germany on companied by Mrs. Weddell. Findingin official bulletin Frank's'condition
the from the Bra- following on
state department
and all further co-related F. R. Archibald, of Tampa,repre- Kansas City-Newark, rain. I I
tragedy on the
this state field in which labors
a -
. zilian minister at Mexico City, who was issued late this even-
No. Southern
sentatives of Hillsborough Lodge League
subjects. of devoted missionaries
the United States in Mex were ing:
The who returned here 25, Ivanhoe Commandery, Knights represents New Orleans Memphis 2.
, president, sorely needed, he could not rest con- "Circulation 100, temperature
ico.
and Messrs. O. M. Eaton H. Atlanta 2 Nashville 1.
Templar, ,
lost time in the
today, no getting The information to the state tent with his comfortable New York 1014-5, respiration 20. We considerthe
J. Drane J. D. Wadkins T. I. Wood came Birmingham 6 Little Rock 4.
written views of legal experts in the ,
department before Lansing had his parish, and in 1882, again accompa- condition of the patient as satis-
J. F. Wilson Lakelandand Mobile 3 Chattanooga 2.
state department, and both written representing interview at the White House with nied by his wife, he returned to Flor- factory." Signed by Dr. Compton,
Tem- South Atlantic
and oral communications from Secre- Plant City lodges, Knights League
Dr. Moses, and Dr. Hall.
plar, were in Orlando yesterday to the president. ida.He Columbus 10, Albany 4.
tary Lansing as to what the reply to then took what really provedto
Officials that if developmentshould up The jagged cut in his throat received -
attend the funeral of Rev. J. II. Wad- say Augusta 4, Savannah 2.
Germany should be. President Wilson -
be his life work in the
show that Gonzales had found carrying at the hands of a fellow prisoner -
dell, who died at St. Luke's hospital Charleston 2, Columbia 1.
and Secretary Lansing discussedthe himself unable to hold the city, the message which was so dear to him toa Saturday night is badly swollen.
American and German situationfor early Sunday morning. Macon 9, Jacksonville 8.AGENTS
number of districts in South Flor-
Frank
new situation would be one of the Early today began showing
about one hour this morning. The ida where the of his beauti- '
greatest embarrassment to the Car- memory signs of nervousness, but it was not
president indicated his desire that ful life and gentle spirit will long remain considered unusual. His
who temperature
ranza people, are demanding recognition -
GONZALES IS MARCHING BRITISH ACTIVEAre
there should be no "speculation" in for their faction largely be- as evidences of the value of his continued to rise and at about day-

the forthcoming reply. cause of their capture of the national work as a missionary.At light he was delirious at brief inter-

St. Andrew's mission, Tampa,he The reached the
vals.
capital of Mexico. temperature
Evacuates Mexico City and Goes Trying Prevent, Tieupby
: a
INSTRUCTION
CAMP FOR OFFICERS
The Brazilian minister also tele- strengthened the work of the 'church, highest shortly before 8 o'clock and
} FLORIDA NATIONAL North to Meet the Con- and during the second of his Strike in Munition
graphed the state department that year then began to drop. At 9 o'clock it

GUARD vention Troops at Shanklin, who had been called home ministry at that place he built the Plants at Bridgeport, was a fraction over 101, continuing

Pachuia by the state department two or three first Episcopal church in that city. Connecticut about the same all day.

The summer military activities at days ago, has left Mexico City.It During his many years work in Dr. Guy Compton, the prison physi-

the state camp grounds will begin on Washington, July 19.-General Gon- is understood that there had been Florida he has had charge of num- Bridgeport, Conn., July 19.-A 24- cian, stated today that some fever

Monday when the commissioned officers -I! zales, commander of the Carranza several sharp differences of opinion bers of missions in the southern and hour armistice has been agreed to in was to be expected and that the swollen -

of the National Guard of Florida troops, has evacuated Mexico City, between the Brazilian minister and central portion of the state. He was the threatened general strike of ma- neck was not necessarily within it-

will be assembled there for their an- taking his troops northward to meet Shanklin on the question of handlingfood in charge of the work in Lakeland and chinists. British agents are trying to self an exceedingly dangerous sign.

nual camp of inspection. the convention troops at Pachuia. supplies. Plant City, when, two years ago, old prevent a tie-up in the munition Blood poison is most feared today, as

General orders covering the camp, age and continued bad health made it plants. the stitches! seem to be holding. The

which were issued recently, requireall for him to leave the minis-
AUTOS WORTH $41,000,000 EX- MOOSE IN CONVENTIONSan necessary wound was dressed hurriedly. The
officers to be in camp by Sunday PORTED IN 11 MONTHS try to which he had devoted the best $4,000,000 TO BE SPENT SOON IN weapon might easily have been infected -

night. 19. Two thousand years of his life.WESTINGHOUSE. DRAINAGE PROJECT and that adds to the blood poison
Diego, July -
First Lieutenants Jessie Gaston
New York.-An indication of the members of the Loyal Order of Mooseare fears. .. ;
Joseph M. Cummings and F. C. Bowen Tampa, Fla.-The largest single
extent of the shipments of supplies in San Diego today attending the : COMPANY GETS William Creen Frank's assailant,
United States army, who, with from the United States since the Eu- i opening session of the national con- $ ,OOOOOO RUSSIAN ORDER drainage project outside the Ever- has been constantly kept in irons
other officers of the regular army glades ever undertaken in the state since his attack Frank.
ropean war began is given in customs vention, which will continue throughout upon
have been detailed as instructors at will shortly be under way under the ;
records, available here, which show the week. Pittsburgh.-Following conferences Dr. Rosenberg, Frank's family physician -
the school, arrived in Jacksonville direction of a local civil engineer, Hi-
yes- that from August 1, 1914, to June 30 The session was devoted to the between officials of the Westinghouse is given credit for savingFrank's
terday and will go on to the ram McElroy, who is preparing plans
camp this automobiles automobile life. He quickly made a ligature i -
year, hearing of reports and routine busi- Electric and Manufacturing company
grounds today. Capt. L. L Gregg, and doing preliminary work on whatis
and tires valued of the ends of the jugular vein
parts at $41,000,000were ness. The election of supreme offi- and N. Kemmer and M. Eklund,
United States inspector-in- known as the Withlacoochee drain-
army
transported to Europe throughthis cers and the selection of a site for a agents for the Russian government, it and prevented him from bleeding to
structor for the National Guard of age district, comprising 360,000 acres, death. Dr. Rosenberg also said the
port. $500,000 sanitarium will demand the was learned here that orders aggre- '
Florida, will have supervision of the 556 square miles, and to cost in the
muscles in Frank's
The from New York neck were badlycut
I shipments attention of the convention.In gating $35,000,000 have been awardedthe
instruction work. neighborhood of $2,000,000, accordingto and that if Frank lives he will always 4
have been steadily increasing. Last addition to delegates and lodges Westinghouse concern for war -
Several officers from the Orlando those familiar with the land to be
August the records show that. 168 from almost part of the United munitions by the Russian government.The have a stiff neck.
every
Rifles will be present at Black Point drained and the length of time it will Fate seemed have
to into
automobiles were exported. During States members of the order are here munitions wanted most are high played

1 for this instruction. May, this year, 3,674 were sent from Toronto, Montreal, Victoria, velocity shells and rifles. take. Frank's hands in the fact that convict

'.- abroad. Nova Scotia, Philippines, Hawaii and Eklund and Kemmer left tonightfor physician, Dr. W. J. McNaughton,was
MANAGER TALLMAN OF GRAND Alaska. New York. Eklund before leav- ANOTHER ADDITIONR. near him when attacked. Dr. Mc-

ANNOUNCES FEATURE ,./ RICHARD CROKER IGNORED: BY ing said that he had authority to H. Barksdale, who resides at the Naughton, like Frank, was saved
WIFE WHO LEFT AN from the gallows by a commutation of
place almost unlimited orders for
war
IRON FIST DROPPED ON BEL- corner of Division and Raleigh streetson
Charlie Chaplin night at the Grand sentence from Governor Slaton.
ESTATE OF
$320,189 munitions in this
country.
GIUM AGAIN Orlando Heights, is soon to make
theatre will be Monday, July 26. On
The Standard Steel
Car
companyhas several changes in his attractive cot-
that night Manager Tallman will give New York.-Among the estate appraisals London, July 19.-General von Bis- received an order from the French tage home. Three rooms are to be Slaton Is Regretful
away two cash prizes to the person filed in the surrogate's court I government for 200 armored cars ofa Seattle, Wash., July 19.-Surprise
sing, governor general of Belgium, added, and another porch will also be
who best impersonates Charles Chaplin and regret at the attempt on the life
yesterday by Deputy State Comp- special type.
promulgated an order today for included in the changes. This will
the great movie comedian. The troller William Boardman was that pun- of Leo M. Frank by a fellow convictat
ishment of make his neat of
any Belgian between the already cottage one
contestants will simply step to the the prison farm at Milledgevillewere
of Mrs. Elizabeth F. Croker, wife of
THE WEATHERFor the most attractive in the
ages of 16 and 40 who leaves the neighborhood. -
stage and the audience will be the Richard Croker, who died in Lovico, expressed by former Governor
.
state to in at
judge. The Chaplin picture will be Austria, September 6, 1914. serve any capacity war John M. Slaton, who was here todayon
with Germany. The penalty is a fine Florida: Generally fair today; (
one reel. Several Orlando people who his way to San Francisco. )
Net value of the estate was appraised of $2,500 or five years' imprisonment, light variable winds; not much changein ANTI-TIPPING: LAW VETOED BY
have been to Jacksonville recently "I do not believe the attack on
at $320,189, and the chief or both. temperature. GOVERNOR: HENDERSON a ;
have seen the film and pronounce it beneficiaries, sharing the estate alike, I OF ALABAMA Frank could be traced to any outside

the best that Chaplin has ever were Mrs. Choker's four children, Mrs. influence working for Frank's destruction .

starred in. Florence. :\ Miss Ethel J. BULLETS FAlL IN ARIZONA II I RUSSIA'S GREATEST ARMY Montgomery, Ala.-Governor Hen "I ," he said.

Croker, Richard Croker, Jr., and Howard derson vetoed the anti-tipping bill believe that the criminal mind

A BIRTHDAY PARTY L. Croker. The will, executed which would have prohibited tippingor aroused perhaps by newsprper reports -

May 27, 1914, ignored Richard Cro- Carranza Troops Attack Naco, I Army Opposing: Mackensen's Is giving gratuities in Alabama. The was responsible. Frank was
Mrs. Ralph Yearby last evening en- ker, the husband. governor said the constitutionality of put in the safest place for him in -
Best Russia Has Ever Put
Sonora, and Bullets Fall "
tertained a number of boys and girlsin the proposed law was doubtfuL the state. .

honor of her sister, Miss Frances RETURNS: WITH NEW IIUP- On United States Into the Field-100- Mr. Slaton said he had no reason

Rock, the occasion being her thir- MOBILEJ. TerritoryEl Mile Front EXPORT OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES to regret commuting Frank's death

teenth birthday. Owing to the inclement DOUBLED SINCE THE WAR sentence to life imprisonment: "I t

weather conditions only six P. Holbrook returned Sunday Paso, Tex., July 19.-Carranza's London, July 19.-Belated dispatches would do it again tomorrow if con-

were able to be present. However, a evening from Jacksonville in a new troops have attacked Naco, Sonora, from the Russian front tell of the Washington, D. .-The exports of fronted with the same possibility of

fine social evening was passed. Deli- 1916 model Hupmobile. The car hasa just across the border from Naco,Ari- recent concentration of great Austro- medicines and medical and surgical mistake in the evidence by which he

cious refreshments were served. The more powerful engine, its equip- zona. Bullets are reported to have German forces on the 100-mile line appliances from this country to Eu- was convicted declared Mr. Slaton.

party will be given again this evening ment is of the highest grade, and its fallen on the American side. between the Vistula and the Bug. It rope since the European war com- V

and all are expected to be present. continued efficiency is assured. Much is here that severe pressure now is menced have almost doubled. RETURNS FROM PHILADELPHIA .

interest was manifested in the car SEVERAL BAD WASHOUTS ON being exercised by Field Marshal :}

SEVERE ELECTRICAL STORM yesterday.For BRICK ROADS Mackensen in the great Teutonic of- BOARDMAN BUILDING AWNING Judge J. M. Cheney returned Sun-

The heavy downpour of rain Sunday fensive all along the line of the Baltic day from Philadelphia where he had .

The rain last evening was accom- summer recreation. Croquet, << afternoon caused severe injury in province to Bessarabia. Russia's Steel supports were placed in posi- been for a few days on urgent busi-

panied by a severe electrical storm. hammocks, readable books, music; certain places on the Conway and army opposing Mackensen is declaredto tion yesterday in front of Boardman'snew ness matters. He was pleased to get '

At a late hour no damage was re- that 50c. library edition. Curtis & Lockhart brick roads. The damagedid be one of the best she ever put into business block upon which the back to an agreeable climate, reporting -

poried. O'Neal, book store. not cause any accidents, however. the field. new awning will be placed. I that Philadelphia was HOT.




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BRYAN AND MRS. LANSING silence" appears not to have been NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR START ON LONG TRIP HIMitiMllllllillHMIitMMMtiltiMiiMtlMtMM .t
scientifically demonstrated previous to FINAL DISCHARGEIn I

Until the recent visit of the Pan- the It is mentioned for
.
present war. Court of County Judge, Orange Messenger, Pa.-R. L. Smith of
American financial delegates and the example that in the wars of 1866 and County, State of Florida-In re Daytona, Florida, who has been visit-I New Potatoes
members of the honorary Commercial 1870 German commanders on several Estate of Mary E. McLoon. ing Hubert Culbertson, of Eighteenth --
Commission of China to Washington, occassions received instructions to Notice is hereby given, to all whomit avenue, and other friends in this vicinity i
may concern, that on the 1st day
when courtesy required that they be march to any point where they might of September, A. D. 1915, I shall apply with his wife and two children, We have purchased several barrels '
entertained by the Secretary of State, hear a cannonade; but they failed to to the Honorable Wm. Martin, left yesterday for home. They drovein
in his official capacity, Calumet Place, render the expected assistance, and judge of said court, as judge of pro- their Overland car all the way and are going to sell them cheap. Special : :
bate for final
admin-
the handsome home which the Bryans their explanations discredited my discharge as from the South and will
were return the
istratrix of the estate of Mary E. rate by the bushel.
have occupied since they came to when they reported that they had McLoon, deceased, and that at the same way. They made the trip from ,
Washington had scarcely been openedfor heard nothing, although the guns had same time I will present to said court Daytona, 1,800 miles, in 13 running
an official function, and the friends been heard by other troops at still my final accounts as administratrixof days, starting June 8, and stoppingtwo Vanilla Wafers t
said estate, and ask for their ap- ;
Mrs. Bryan made during her stay i; more distant points. When Frederickthe proval. weeks in Parkersburg, W. Va.

the capital are to a great degree those Great defeated the Austriansnear Dated March '3, A. D. 1915. They will go from here to Johnstownto .. .

who bear the stamp of Lincoln, Nebr., Liegnitz in 1760 the main bodyof 34156mo.MARCELLA T. STEVENSON Administratrix., visit friends before starting South. We have an oversupply and will sell .
and kindred small towns, and to whom the Austrains failed to hear the
the manners and customs of the diplo- artillery fire there and did not come to NOTICE SPELLER GREATER THAN BIBLE them at cost all this week. (

matic and cosmopolitan side of life in I the assistance of their comrades, I There is one Methodist preacher in
Washington are a sealed book. whereas other Austrian troops much Of Application for Tax Deed Under Atlanta who says the "greatest book
Mrs. Bryan, has, indeed always 'I farther removed heard it and began Section 8 of Chapter 4888, I he ever read" was the old fashionedblue Sweet Wrinkled Peas
Laws of Florida I
prided herself upon being more of a their march toward the scene of ac backed speller of his boyhood.

domestic woman than a society wom-Ii tion. Notice is hereby given that The [He was invited. to speak on "The ,
an. She has gone in for studious American Realty Company, of Apopka -i Greatest Book" at the ministers' Bought at a bargain. You can. have ;
Fla., purchaser of tax certificateNo.
things, being a lawyer in her own NOTICE OF EXECUTORFor 462, dated the 2nd day of July, !meeting and he surprised the assem- '; ; them for only lOc. a can.
right, and is a model of domesticity, ( Final Discharge) A. D. 1900, has filed said certificatein :blage' by an eulogy of the old speller '
having more than once, it is said, my office, and has made application instead of the Bible. The ministers :
journeyed to Lincoln for the purposeof In Court of the County Judge, Stateof for tax deed to issue in accordancewith present voted him a prize but refused I
Florida, County of OrangeInre law. Said certificate embracesthe
personally superintending the put- Estate of Cornelia J. Miller. following described property, situ- to divulge his identity any of the I Our Grocery Company
Ing up of fruit from the home Notice is hereby given, to all whomit ated in Orange county, Florida, to- reporters, who are always excluded ,
grounds. She has been a veritable may concern, that on the 6th day of wit: Lots 12 to 17, block I, Apopka.The from these monthly meetings.Don't .
October, A. D. 1915, I shall apply to said land being assessed at the Two Phones: 3 and 200
to her husband him
helpmeet
aiding he Honorable Wm. Martin, judge of date of the issuance of such certificate -
always with his work with her ad- said court, as judge of probate, for in the name of E. C. Morgan. 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. \
vice and by her absolute belief in him. my final discharge as administratrixC. I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed '
She is a devoted follower of his T. A. of the estate of Cornelia i according to law, tax deed Forget Us
ideals Miller, deceased; and that at the J.I i will issue thereon on the 31st day of MICIIMtMMMMOtlMMiflltH '
peace --except when criticismof time I will present my final ,July, A. D. 1915.
he- husband is heard; that in her as administratrix of said estate, and I I Witness my official signature and
eyes is the one unpardonable sin, and ask for their approval. seal this the 30th day of June, A. D. when in
Dated April 6, A. D. 1915.
it means war to the knife. Her feel- 1915.Seal. .
OLA WALKER, .) B. M. ROBINSON,
need of
ing was once expressed on the occasion I Adminstratrix C. T. A. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange
of a gathering of distinguished :4-7-15-6mo County, Florida. I I
25 Discount
Democratic women in Wahsington in CENT

1912, by the paraphase: "My husband,
may he ever be right. but right or JOB PRINTINGSatisfaction

wrong, my husband." Indeed, thereare 4Hlam A
those who whisper that Mrs. For the benefit of our customers -
u Bryan was behind her husband's res- -- r

ignation, persuading him that his we will give a 25

opinions were not receiving due con-
sideration in shaping the policy of the GuaranteedOur per cent cash discount on
-
4
government.In contrast to Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. all goods sold during the

Lansing has had \vide and intimate Pricesare
month of and '
experience of life in the great capit- ?. July August.

als of Europe, and her long residencein reason-

Washington has familiarized her i.I. Message "
with the peculiar social problems of. No. 4 able.

the place and with the farreachingeffects Men of Orlando I Hammond & Gore A
of the social side of diplomacyand

statecraft. However, she is nota When a run-down salesman calls on you, do you buy his goods? !
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.Cor.
"society" woman in the usually ac- Aren't you afraid of his! line because he looks as if no one ever gave "Quality" Our .
cepted meaning of the term, which him an order?
d Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.
implies empty-headedness and irre- I Same thing is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous it must Motto i 0
sponsibliity. Indeed her entertainingin look prosperous and show local pride. .
the past has been conservative in Clean streets, nice stores and well-painted buildings pay because
character; she has found time for they bring business. Paint-hungry buildings are least excusable,
reading and study, and takes keen for paint made of
LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO. .
and intelligent interest in the great '

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Berlin.-Interesting light on the decay. Call up your paint dealer and get an estimate on Dutch Boy White Lead take you out and see our clean, healthy stock.
- and Dutch Boy linseed oil for your job.NATIONAL .
question how far heavy artillery fire PROOFS FACTS

can be heard is given by Dr. Doerr, a LEAD COMPANY Our trees calipering a half inch and less are set To,the grove owners there is a great satisfaction in
r. German scientiest, writing in the out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are
r: "Meterologische Zeitschr t."From observations calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-: the best that each is true to name, from a parenting
r made at the Dutch Meter- from them. We our claim of merit by
lMiMIMItlMIIIM III'I' UMItarimMllllllllilMIBI away prove stock that has a record for quantity and quality re-
; ological Institute and from other showing our wares, and the result obtained by our
suIts. These thIngs a man knows who has Lake Gar- ,
: customers. These things are insuring orders for us
sources of information, this writer BREAKERS HOTEL day by day. field Nursery trees.
shows that the German heavy mortars
: used in the attack upon Antwerp were DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA GET OUR CATALOG 1

! heard to a distance of 139 to 142 Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. The Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog; it is more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece."
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" Hot and Cold running water in every room
forty or sixty miles nothing was When you read it you instinctively feel a contact with a master's touch; you come to an appreciation of what
LOCATED DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH
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; to about 100 to 106 miles. Where Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8$ to

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Lake Garfield Nurseries Bartow Florida
Company
:" as especially violent so much so that ,
MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. .
the ground seemed to tremble.
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ing Trees of Known Quantity and statement when he plants or considers planting his '

of Production.'' grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL future of : ;i

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

The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for years specialized ,
O. W. Conner.
in bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in

.I Florida yes, in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for their superiority.Your .
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, ., We could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

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

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

and placed :Mr. G. G. Wright in charge. Call on him now and arrange for your supply of

trees for fall planting. He will take you out to the nurseries and show you exactly what you will get

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

TREES," and their importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim.
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HORSE TRADING FACTS AND BOICE TRADES FARM FOR CITY ORLANDO WILL TRY TO GETSANFORD'S FRED GILBERTS CAR DESTROYED -
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David Harum said, "Do to othersas Kissimmee, Fla.-Recently there Kissimmee, Fla.-Fred Gilbert's Dust Proof, Moderate In Price !
Sanford, Fla. Baseball will
they would do to you-and do it has been quite a revival of real estate get an big six cylinder Howard car, which

first." David was a horse trader and trading in this section and a numberof ''added impetus here next Thursday has been a familiar figure on the \
when the Orlando braves for _
come up of Kissimmee
streets
that is why he said it. He said it be- pieces of land have changed hands, was entirely
causeVkat is what men do as soon as notice of which has been given in the their first game of the season. Any 'destroyed by fire Wednesday morningat papers. The latest deal was made one who knows anything about an- the Clark-Ray-Johnson Still No. 7, I
they "in to trade horses. during the past week in which H. W. cient history knows that it is useless near Hernando, Citrus county. .0....
5 1'i e trading is as trying to the Boice, of Kissimmee, traded to R. C. for either Orlando or Sanford to try The car had been driven there by I
morals of most men as original sin- to have ball team and the Fred Bass, who went business
Sligh, of Birmingham, Ala., a tract of a get proper on a I
if not more so. 400 acres, lying along the Atlantic support and enthusiasm without a trip in which both he and Mr. Gilbert ; 1N
., It is doubtful if an angel could Coast railroad, near the county line .little rivalry in games between the were interested. It had been left in I 0o
come down here, trade horses twice and the Orlando road, about three two cities. A game here with any a shed built as a lean-to to a log barn T. rtxt
and get back to heaven again. I I miles from the city, for the Downing team except Orlando hardly draws a over night. When Mr. Bass cranked I gIYkP7 I a'+WrY .i i
Had Adam not been tripped up by but the Wednesday morning ....
corporal's guard just announce
I I property on Clyde avenue, across the ,
the apple his first horse trade would I I street from the John M. Lee home. that the game will be between San- tory to starting on the prepara-I tJ
have floored him. :Mr. Boice expects to improve the ford and Orlando and the crowd is the engine backfired and in some manner -
It is safe to trust the Lord at all march and the ignited the Within S. iCF
property he gets in the trade, while ready to up pay money gasoline. a i
times, but you can't trust your own Mr. Sligh will cut up the 400 acres because they know there will be some short time the entire machine and .
brother in a horse trade. I the barn consumed the
into forty acre tracts and clear the playing. were by
When Diogenes started out with flames. Mr. Bass had the fingers of
j land for use as citrus fruit and
groves *
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his lantern to look for an honest man : hand burned Box
{truck farms. Mr. Sligh has great MOONEY PUTTING IN NEW one badly trying to ex-
he had probably just been skinned in
I and GARAGEJ. tinguish the fire. The car was par-
I faith in this section of Florida i r
a horse trade.It I tially insured.
is well to remember that human i[expects to spend considerable money I is the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Telephone /
H: has
improving the land he has secured in Mooney just completedsome
nature is weak, even when you trade this trade. additions and alterations to his TRY IT, BROTHERSTwo and we will bring one around and show you.
horses with a preacher.You residence, Magnolia Palms, on North
\v. S. BRANCH.THE
may think you know a man .
YESTERDAY WITNESSED COMPLETION Orange avenue. Several rooms have men were talking of hard
well, but you never do until you trade ANOTHER been added, the house has been painted times. ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
} horses with him. RESIDENCE and other improvements made. At "Does your wife ever grieve be-
You can tell more about a man's :(Ir. I cause she threw wealthy --- -
is in
Yesterday saw the completion of present Mooney engaged over a man
religion by one horse trade than you I I in order I
another handsome addition to Or- the erection of a garage at the rear to marry you? queried Hall.
can by hearing him talk in meetingfor lando's residences. The modern and of his property. This place, with its' "Well, she started to once," was Y. F. AYRES E. R. AYRES
years. attractive two story cottage whichJ. I I pretty palms, tall magnolias, and the reply, "but I cured her of that 'I Proprietors and Owners
When you trade horses keep your F. Ange has been constructing for green lawn' is one of the most at- without delay." I
eye peeled, or you will certainly be tractive homes on North Orange. "I wish you would tell me how,"
A. Y. Fuller, on North Main street, i
skinned.-The White Way, Sebring. said Hall. I Daytona Beach HotelON
was turned over to the owner yester-
NEW IMPROVEMENTSThe "I started right in grieving with
LONDON PRICES ON SPIRITS GO day.This house i is finished on the exte- her," replied the other, "and I grieved OCEAN BEACH
TO HIGH MARK rior with a brown body trimmed with Greetham home on North Or- harder than she did!"-National Daytona Beach, Florida. Telephone 173 Red

!.white. The roof of the house is greenin ange avenue is being fitted out withan Monthly.The Electric Lights. Private Baths. Elegantly Furnished
Added to the many signs that the color. There are seven rooms in entire new set of screen windowsand
prices of naval stores are likely to go the cottage, and three large porches.The doors.If Sentinel's classified columnsare Single and en Suite

much higher than they are at pres- inside of the house is beautifully full of little human interest stories Surf Bathing, Dressing Rooms with Hot and Cold
ent, there came a report that spiritswas finished in native yellow pine, and is Miami is to have the Chicago reflecting the needs of hundreds Shower Baths, Free to guests
quoted at 39.6 on the London plastered throughout.On Americans this winter who is Orlandoto of people. Cultivate the habit of
spot market, July 6, the highest pointit the south side of the upper story I have? reading them. Rates S2.00 per Day. Special Rates by the Week
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has reached since the 17th of is what Mr. Fuller declares to be the Dinners 50 cents
March, when the quoted price was coolest sleeping porch in Orlando. It
I BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS I
40 cents. is 28x9 feet and gets the full benefitof IF YOU NEED
Stocks in London are 14,500 at any breeze which may be stirring. -
present, while on April 27, this year, The house, inside and out, is beautifully -
the stocks were 28,000. For the week finished and is a property of Letterheads, Envelopes,
ending June 26, the deliveries at Lon- which the owner may well feel proud.
don were 3,800, which is the largestIn MONEY
Cards Announcements THE PLACE TO SAVE
the memory of many naval stores Diaz was a sort of :Mexican Bis- ,
men. The average for the two pre- marck. Like the Iron Chancellor he
ceding weeks was 2,000, which makesa ruled harshly, but for the general Circulars Briefs HandBills
total of more than 8,000 casks fora good of his country, and when Mexico I, FANCY GEORGIA PEACHES, 35 cents A BASKETThe

three weeks period. "dropped the pilot" things went Free Stone Bells and Elberta. See me for crate lots forpreserving
The demand for spirits continues wrong. Catalogs, or, and canning. My price is right.
strong and stocks are still far shortof
the average. The Orange county hay crop this PRINTING OF ANY KIND SEE THE CHICKENS, HENS AND FRYERS, 18c. to 25c. a pound.

year will be the largest in its his- FRESH EGGS, 25c. a dozen.
The hired girl has went-she was tory. SANITARY TOILET PAPER, 6 rolls for 23c.

hired, she was tired, she was fired; Sentinel Job Office J. W. Johnson 109 W. CHURCH STB
but smile-you can get another by An ad. in the Morning Sentinel is a ,
using our want ad. column. safe investirent.

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THE DAILY-' THE WEALTH i I LEG POWER ;'D--- I =

OF THE SOUTH. I THE SPEED CRAZE: II S
Sentinel I SIDELIGHTS
,south Florida A bulletin recently issued by the One would think that eventually

MORNING AND WEEKLY census bureau estimated the value of speed would reach its limitations. As i i i By W. S. Branch.

.. J1. GLENN .......... ...Editor property in the different states, and the days and years progress new me-
w. C. ESSINGTON ......Bustness Minster
from this we take the following esti- chanical devices have been developedfor
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida mates for the states south of the Potomac the sole purpose of producing The Schuberts, who own and have i
Second Class Mail Matter. managed the in New i
as big Hippodrome i
and Ohio rivers momentum and Thisis
: greater speed. -
York that the show j DI K N IVE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Rank. Total. Percap. noticeable in automobiles and mo- city announce |
Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 I Texas ________$6,859,900,000 $1,65)7 will not be continued another season. !'
vehicles
of all kinds
Daily. 6 Months ...................... J-M tor propelled ; :
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Daily :3 Months ...................... L25 Oklahoma 4,581,000,000 2,475 ocean liners; launches; railroad en- They give as the reason for closingthe
Daily! 1 Month ....................... M Georgia ______ 2,382,800,000 883 mammoth exhibition the fact that : f
Virginia ______ 2,289,900,000 1,086 gines, and what-not? The people demand -
Weekly Year ..............."..... J1.00 Kentucky _____ 2,267,700,000 977 speed, quicker communicationwith the moving picture shows have made !

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Louisiana _____ 2,164,400,000 1,260 all parts of the world, speedier such inroads on their receipts that'! The Store of the Thrift
Spirit
ADVANCETO _____
Alabama 2,127,000,000 964 they can not longer make it profitable I II (
facilities for the trans-
Tennessee ____ 1,920,300,000 864 transportation
ADVERTISERS to such immense and
Arkansas _____ 1,829,500,000 1,120 action of business, and nowadays the |I stage scenery so
Copy for display and all other hand-set N. Carolina _._ 1,807,500,000 794 person whose progress is not meteoric I many people. Thousands of people
adTcrtiiinr mart be handea in at tfc$ business S. Carolina ___ 1,351,400,000 869 who once paid two or three dollars
.ffie. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, is not in the running. America is
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rule applinto Mississippi 1,344,860,000 each to see seven or eight hundred
before publication. This
the changes day for contract advertising: it is Florida _______ 1,0'49,100,000 1,307 rushing too fast. Particularly is this the Yesterday our Amer-
big average
people on Hippodrome stageat
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. I It will be observed that in per capita true of the larger cities. There the I
I one time can now go to the moving -
wealth Florida is third energy of youth is sapped before a
of being
desiring The Sentinel dScontlnued ,
Subscribers ican
picture show and see that number was a spendthrift
should notify the office in writing: on surpassed by Oklahoma and Tevas man leaves his thirties; the constant, wanton
the date of expiration otherwise it will be for 5 or 10 cents.A .
coHtinned at the regular subscription rates, only.It. continual whirligig of rapid businessin I

noW Telephone notice NumbrTUESDAY to atop .is...received................... will also tor seen that as a rule cities is appalling. wastefulness was the national
well known
the states with the largest proportionof A business man in the city lives young married ladyof ,

JULY 20, 191;). negro population have the lowest forty squares from his office; he Orlando was asked the other day weakness. Today spirit of
what kept her at home when all the a
per capita, remarks the Jacksonville arises in the morning, grabs a cup of

Germany, Great Britain, France and Times-Union, in commenting upon the coffee, snatches a kiss from his wife rest of the family had gone for a thrift is
the
summer vacation to the mountains. sweeping over nation
and children the automobile is wait-
of
Russia are buying munitions war recent bulletin. This is to be expected ; ;
par-I
ing at the door, he is jerked througha Her reply was, "Two dogs and a
for the slaughter of millions; Argentina as the negroes on the average do '
Chili, Peru and Brazil are buy- not own one-tenth as much property ; seething mass of like speedsters, rot are keeping me at home." Asked 'I and men and women are begin
for reaches his office hundreds of lettersare for further explanation she said the
ing pianos from the United States as the whites. But for the large pro- ;
the culture of the mind and body. portion of negroes in Florida this on his desk, he dictates to several head of the family thought there was ning to take care of the pennies.
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in Orlando who could for
no one care
receives few callers
Which will you have? In apartment state would surpass Texas in the per stenographers a ;
houses in our great cities many ten- capita of wealth. Forty per cent. of at noon he snatches a bun from a the family pets and so it was decided Our Mid-Summer Sales
that she must remain at home and are emphasizing
ants would prepare bullets and cold the population of Florida is colored, nearby cafe on the seventeenth floor
steel, and even in our smaller towns while this is true of only 18 per cent. and then rushes back to his desk; feed them and keep them from getting -
of letters to the ticker to lonesome while the other mem- as never before that
and cities the incessant hum-drum of the population of Texas.If more answer,
watch several callers arrive his wife bers of the household went away fora
instinctively ,
a discordant piano makes one we suppose the average wealthof ;
think of mortars and 16 inch the negroes is one-tenth that of the calls-a theatre party at 8:15 followed good time. Now that is what we the wise expenditure of one's
call pretty doggone tough.
guns. whites the white per capita of wealthin by a dinner at a swell down

o Florida would be $2,216, as com- town restaurant; he rushes his work -oWe income is made most

Good humor often carries people pared with $2,093 in Texas, and the and puts on another ounce of speed; have no particular regrets over profitable

farther than brains. per capita for the colored population the dinner at 11 o'clock is over and the disappearance of Mutt and Jeff

o would be $222 in Florida as comparedwith the poor business man arises the next from the funny section of the papers, at the Dickson-Ives Co. Here are

Just as the public is beginning to $210 in Texas. day feeling like he had been througha and feel really rejoiced to see the last

0 get rid of Thaw along comes a life Florida's per capita is nearly 50 sausage grinder. Even greater I of "Silk Hat Harry." "Doings of the additional proofs for

convict and tries to murder Frank. per cent. higher than that of any other speed is maintained-this continues' Van Loons," like the poor, "we have

With the incessant war buzzing in state of the Southeast. for ten years; a panic grips the country -: always with us." "Cory's Kids," in

one's ears with a' mixture of Frank o : financial reverses set in and then their baseball games, are new and Tuesday, Wednesday,

and Thaw and the Yaqui Indians and LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL it's the sanitarium and broken health. very clever.

Mendenhall N'o, it doesn't -0It -
Villa and Carranza and pay.
Thursday
we wish we were in the position of An Excellent White B. B. Club in The navy now wants twenty-five is said that the president will :

that miner in California who emerged Orlando knots per hour submarines; automobile take plenty of time answering Ger-

from a hidden valley last week and Orlando, July 20, 1915. drivers are not satisfied with one- many. Wonder if this is because he

was informed for the first time of Editor Sentinel:-Will you please lungers-they must have six, eight does not know what to do next?-

the European war. Give us a little allow me a brief space in your valu- and twelve cylinders; aeroplanes are TimesUnion.It .
RemnantsCounter
valley of our own! able columns to disabuse the minds of too slow; guns that shoot twenty could not possibly be that if he

o the people of Orlando of the error miles should be increased to fifty has read the Times-Union.

You will notice there has been no that there is not a white baseball miles; motor boats running twenty

labor trouble at Essen. team in town. miles per hour are slow as snails' ; CAPT. HARRIS TO PACIFIC

o About two months ago the work horses have been cast into the discard COAST No. 1

We suppose if everybody were eat- men'of Curry & Smith's and Hawley's ; Resta rambled more than 98

ing milk and honey, and gold pieces cigar factories decided that they need- miles per hour recently at Chicago, Capt. J. A. Harris one of the pioneer -

hung around everybody's head in lit- ed some physical exercise (after sit- and now comes mere Man-man with residents of Orange county was Silk RemnantsExtra

' tle shining clusters ready for a pluck- ting eight hours to the table), there- legs! must run faster! in Orlando yesterday for a while from

ing, that a few fellers would still fore the ball club was organized.We Just the other day Norman S. ,TaTer his home at Winter Park. The cap- good bargains at this table.

howl about hard times. have playel two regular games > a Rhodes scholar at Oxford uni- tain is planning to take in the Pan-
o already, the first for the W. O. W. versity, ran a mile in 4:123-5, the ama-Pacific exposition at San Fran- Remnants of Silks in lengths one-half to

People who cross the streets should against the Kissimmee team; also last fastest time ever accomplished by a cisco, and expects to leave for Cali- 5 yards, in desirable weaves and colors.
reflect"on the anno'yance it causes Thursday with St. Cloud. The Kis- human being. For the mile Taber fornia about the last of the month.

some motorists to, slow down to less simmee team made 6 runs to Orlan- traveled at an average speed of 22 While Capt. Harris is taking in the Will be soldTuesday

than forty miles, an hour. djs 1. The game with St. Cloud was feet per second, breaking all profes- Golden West, his estimable family

o better-St. Cloud 2, Orlando 1. So sional and amateur records. Speed, will be enjoying life in a cottage at Wednesday, Thursdayat
see, Mr. Editor that speed, speed-it's in the blood! '
Again we may rest easy-the Lib- you we certainlyare Leg Daytona-by-the-Sea. One-half Price
erty Bell' has reached Frisco. improving, and expect that Orlando power vs. motor power-gratifying

o won't be ashamed of us. result, that race over the Harvard ADDITIONAL LOCALSW.

The White Star liner, the Baltic, On Thursday we go to Sanford and stadium Friday!
week. expect to come home victorious. Whatwe C' Counter No. 2White
sailed for Liverpool last It wasa W. Price, one of the popular
if need most is the co-operation of PAINT YOUR
arsenal. Now let
floating us see employes of the customs house, left
Great Britain doesn't get that ship the: people that love to see a game of MAIL BOXES.A .
at noon today for Orlando, where he Goods
basebalL On the 29th we play Sanford little will make
The
through in safety. chances are paint a new rural will join :Mrs. Price, who has been
Baltic will reach in here in Orlando, and when we mail box. Just it is
the
port safety- I now a dingy, there some time visiting her mother.
Voiles Batistes Rice Cloth
absolute safety, convoyed by about ask simply to put our circulars on the rusty, eyesore. It is not a good trade Mrs. Price will remain in the Orange Crepe, ,

twenty submarines. The Baltic will windows, please don't throw them out, mark in front of the home of a pro- county metropolis about a week.- Seed Voiles. On sale
get through but the Lusitania, as some of our business men did. gressive farmer. The wife has been Times.

freighted with hundreds Americans While a few treated us right, the scolding about its looks. A few cents Tampa Tues. Wed. Thurs. one-half Price

did not. large majority must have thrown worth of paint and a few minutes labor ,

o them away five minutes after we put will make the passer-by think The fellowing were among those
I registering at the San Juan hotel Counter No.3Fancy
yesterday
them there. Please don't forget the
of
more that home and the people
A reader wishes to know why wehaven't
next date for Orlando' it is the 29th : E. C. Thomas, Memphis; C.
who live in it. By all means have the
about fellow -
anything to a
say H. B. Goodrich
W. Huggins, Tampa;
of July.
Respectfully, name plainly written on the box. It's
the best
who lets his temper get JNO. T. HIGGS, Mgr. J. B. Wall, Macon; M. Glass, New Wash Goods
of him and breaks the dishes and just as much the business of the farmer -
up
York; A. C. Hopkins, J. Fenlow Smith,
to let the people know who is do-
furniture in the house. Well in the
LETTERS TO THE SENTINELAn ing business at that place and plantas Atlanta; R. E. Waterman, Winter In Seed Voiles Crepe Lawn Organ-
first place, the dishes are not ours, Garden; Vet S. Brown, C. B. Houk, ,

and in the second place there's noth- Optimistic Statement to hang it is for out the his business sign. man in town Bartow; C. R. Thrask, Charlotte; R. dies, Handkerchief Linens, Tissues, Nov4
in the state constitution to
ing pre- Editor Sentinel-Orlando has been T. Boles, Jacksonville.
vent a man making an ass of him- visited in the last ten days by threeof -o- elties, etc.; also Percale and Ginghams.On .

self. Polk county's most distinguished POLICE COURT DULL Archie Vivian, who is in Orlando sale

Our D "Mr. citizens: Since the first of the year HU spending a few days with relativesand Tues. Wed. Thurs. one-half Price
daily interruption: -, Governor Park Trammell, the next greeting numerous friends, will ,
allow me to introduce Mr. -, can- United States senator. Honor has not presided over a heavyor return to his post of duty at Clear-

didate for -." State Senator Herbert J. Drane, sensational police court. That Or- water, the last of the week. Mr.
lando is growing better is
o next congressman. from the first dis- morally Vivian is connected with the West Ribbon 'Remnants
evidenced by the decrease in the num-
After the war, what? Easy. No trict. Coast Abstract company and will go
ber of drunks. There
two
more Permysl or Premysl or Przas- Mayor Oscar M. Eaton, of Lake- terday. Before January were 1, 1915, Blue yes- from here to St. Petersburg with Mr. One table heaped high with the season's -
nysz, or midnight hysterics over jum- land, next state senator from Polk Welden Johnson in his auto, who will
Monday had as high as fifteen drunks.
Widths from 1-4 in.
bled news, or mental spasms as to county. make several points in the southern accumulations.

whether Calais will or will not be Believe me, this is no dream! The of the state in the interest of
part Novelties.
Fancies
SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for to 6 in. Solid colors, ,
taken, or any one of ten thousand lit gentlemen now hold the titles given special attraction. 7-13-tf the South Florida Foundry.
tle irritations that will drive a $500 them and whit? in Orlando informedme Plain with fancy borders, etc. On sale

per year editor to a $1,000 per month that they wanted the new jobs.

sanitarium.A Now I happen to know that these Hart's Meat Prices Tues., Wed., Thurs., one-half price
o gentlemen were spoiled in the cradle

great victory over in Europe us- and have always: got what they want-

wally consists of capturing the trench ed, and take it from me, Orlando has Cannot Be Beat

lost the day before' just been host to a new senator, con-

gressman, and a state senator from

The advance squadron of college Polk.

solicitors has arrived. They repre- B. II. BELISARIO, Dickson-Ives Co
District Organizer W. O. W. Special Prices
sent the many institutions of learningin

Florida. We are glad to see them DEATH OF MRS. McKENZIEMrs. CHUCK STEAK . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ...-.-...... 10c-
-they are working for a worthy
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cause. Without education we wouldbe 3 Edna May McKenzie died at ROUND STEAK . . .. .. ... -

a poor runner-up. her home ... .. ... ........... ..... 18c- "
on Kentucky avenue Sun- LOIN STEAK .. .. .. .... ....... .. ---
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o day evening at 7 o.clock.Irs.. McKenzie ..... ...... .. ... ... 18c-
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Will the Austro-German advance formerly lived in Indiana, hav-

into Russia recall that famous paint- ing moved to Orlando with her hus- WESTERN PORK .. .. ... ... ... ... .. ...:..:..*.. ... ...... ...... .. 22c. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ing: "Napoleon's Retreat From Mos band, Mr. Roy McKenzie, a few years CASH ONLY The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
cow"tOne ago. Besides her husband, she leaves
s o her father, Mr. A. M. Preston who tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

railroad announces that it car- now resides in Indiana. The funeral chandise, at right prices

ried 180,000,000 passengers last year services will' be held this morning P. C. HART
from the undertaking parlors of Ham-
and did not kill .a single one. All

those who are afraid to go on a vacation mond & Gore, who have charge of 'PHONE 213. 35 WEST CHURCH ST. -

should take courage. the arrangements.

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SOCIAL AND CLUB CALENDAR were the guests of MissMattie Nel- Admission 5 Cental.t4I..I.III.J. I 1.'.,
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ped- I 1 J
Sjfsdaj, July 20.
Mrs. AllajBWeathersbee hostess to dicord. After some days pleasantly MI .
the Junion Matrons. spent in Brunswick, the happy couple' ..
TODAY'S PROGRAM
Wednesday July 21. proceeded to St. Simonds Island,
Bachelor Girls, Miss Jean Person Reliance. "Bubbling Water." A
where they were pleasantly locatedfor drama in
hostess. two parts. + j
Thursday, July 22. several da's.lr.. and :Mrs. Bros- Thanhouser. "A Gentleman for a
Kil Rare Klub will picnic at Camp sier announce that they will be at Day."
,.Flonuzea. home to their many friends for the Keystone." Comedy, "Ambrose's 1f
Subscription dance at the Country ***** Fury.
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Club. present at their suite of apartmentsat r Four good reels of Mutual movies. II U

BEAUTIFUL LEAGUE-- the Empire hotel.- tt # Five cents to all. .1

SONG SERVICE.The SOCIETY NOTESOF Y COLORED MAN OPENS HARNESS ALWAYS ON TIMEcan o
Sunday evening service at
song INTEREST. SHOP be he who carries one of our watches. For they beat the sun in t
the Methodist church was a great suc-
Misses Edith and Eloise Robinson
accuracy. See our new thin model watches if you would have a
cess, judging by the pleasant com- will leave this evening over the Sea- I Walter Arnett Boston, a very deserving time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially '
who had the
ment made by those board Air Line for Jacksonville where Paramount Pictures Corporation young colored man, has adapted for evening dress; though many men find them equally
privilege of hearing it. The program they will take the Merchants and opened a harness and repair shop at I fine for everyday wear. See them any way. IIIb
t for the evening had been skillfully arranged Miners boat for Baltimore. They will 25 West Church street, and solicits a

by George Benschbach, one of visit other points of interest before Presents portion of your trade through the columns ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. J
the enthusiastic members of the
most ,
returning to Orlando. of the Sentinel. Walter was n
League. Kendrick Guernsey, leader "BROTHEPw OFFICERS"A I
taught his trade in Tuskegee Insti-
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of the choir, announced the numbers. I != ,
Mrs. Donald Cheney and sister, tute. lie also makes a specialty of
Several familiar hymns were sung Miss Mary Robinson, have gone to dramatic military romance repairing suit cases, hand bags, golf 1
by the audience. The church choir, Jacksonville to visit Mr.\ and Mrs.\ W. ladies' and
that will bags, gentlemen's pocket -- Remember, two coats of Patton's
appeal to all.
accompanied by the Sunday school- R. Harney for a few days. They motored books, auto cushions, tops, and sharpens Velumma gives results equal to three '1
League orchestra, rendered pleasingly to Sanford yesterday and took scissors. or four coats of ordinary flat wall :
the National The orchestraand paints. Remember, it needs no size :;
Hymn. ****
the Clyde steamer over the St. Johns .t
rY or surfacer, flows
r 'S easily, shows no j
choir assisted .
greatly throughoutthe river route. : TEMPORARY CHANGE OF LOCATION laps or brush marks, gives a rich, .
program and added much to the k'r rI uniform tone, and dries with a film, ,.
pleasure of the occasion. Pishop and Mrs.\ Cameron Mann w Owing to the rebuilding which is washable and durable.
Miss Alta Wright, whose beautiful those now going on in the Guernsey BlockI VaRi s i1igLV Agents for high-grade varnishes, f
were among departing yesterday ; have been paints and wallpaper.
compelled to close the
voice one likes to hear, as up I i
every sang for the
North. They will visit Royal Palm Barber Shop, but the I .Jj
a solo the pathetic hymn, "No Room Boston, New York, and later go to barbers can be found at J. B. Harris' --- -- ---

in the Inn." Another of the most effective Cape Cod, Mass., for a sojourn. place on Church street, ready to serve Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co .
numbers on the program was FOUR SPLENDID ACTS you. Thanking you for favors,
the rendition of "The King of Love Yours truly, 205 S. Orange Avenue
ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. 7-20-12t ELIJAH WHITEHEAD. 71
My Shepherd Is," by a mixed quar-
p'"
Phone 261
tette of Leaguers, composed of George FOR SALEI &
and Mrs.V.. II. Reynolds and I COLEMAN RHAN ,
Benschbach, Miss Eliza Wright, Mrs. ,
have
Mrs. R. R. Reynolds left yesterday 10 cents 20 cents at Laubach's Feed Store i ;j
DeWitt, and Frank Smith. All of the about 20 bushels of field peas. Will
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast sell cheap. Call Mr. Lau-
on me or
music for the service
organ was rendered -
Line for Aurelia, Iowa, where they bach. W. E. POWELL. J JI
by C. E. Wade. Mr. Wade also
7-20-ltc
will spend a couple of months with NEW ICE
gave a beautiful organ solo. COMPANY
relatives and friends.
After the final hymn Mr. Guernsey Sentinel Want Ads Pay.

p gave all of those present a most cordial Departures this morning included II I I I PHONE i iI
invitation to attend the regular
Mrs. J. B. Sibley and daughter, Miss
League services every Sunday even- Viviette, who will spend the weekendin The Cathedral School I f
ing at 6:45, assuring them that they Orlando with relatives and friends. )
would be most heartily welcome and
They plan to be back home early next "
that they would find the regular service Delivery starts
week.-Tarpon Springs Leader.L. Orlando's Select Boarding and Day "
as interesting as this special service ROOf GARDENTODAY ( School for Girls i
had
proven. L. Moore and wife were among 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 Monday July 5th
-0- the popular citizens of west Orange Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
WILL RETURN TO transacting business at the county Grades J

COLLEGE SOON. I capital yesterday. They have been Also' Music, Art, Elocution, Physical ..i
William S. Barksdale, who has been residents Culture and Domestic
of Ocoee for a number of Science.
spending two weeks of his vacation years and have many warm friends in For Catalogues address the Rector, r. Wait for our wagon. We think you will :

with his father, R. II. Barksdale, in all parts of the county who give thema Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., !like our ice. 'I
Orlando Heights, will leave fora
soon most cordial greeting.Mr. Orlando, Fla.
short visit with his younger brother -

,- Fred Scott Barksdale, in Lynch- and Mrs. Preston Long, of Atlanta "CONSCIENCE"A 1 1
burg, Virginia. After a short visit who have been visiting rela- it

with his brother Mr. Barksdale will tives in this section for a few days, I powerful drama in 4 acts fea-
,
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again take up his studies at Marr's left yesterday afternoon for their FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Hill College, in North Carolina. home in the Gate City. They were turing Curtis Benton, Wm. 1

accompanied by their father, Mr.John Welsh, Allen Holubar, Howard '
RETURN FROMHONEYMOON. W. Long, who will spend some time Established 1.886

with them. Crampton, Frances Nelsen.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brossier, who I'

have been enjoying an extended Geo. C. Field, a former popular em-
honeymoon trip through Florida and ploye of the Southern Express com- CURTIS & O'NEAL

Georgia, returned to Orlando Sunday pany in Orlando, but now holding a Box Linen Handkerchiefs given i
evening on the 6:41 train over the A. similar position with the same com- e 1

C. L. Mr. and Mrs. Brossier spent pany in Jacksonville, is in the city away at nine o'clock tonightA INSURANCE
LOANS
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several days most delightfully at the spending a few days with Mrs. Field 1
Big Feature. No advance in
Atlantic Beach hotel, Atlantic Beach, and the baby, who are visiting Mrs.

after which they proceeded to Bruns- I Field's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. prices. REAL ESTATE RENTALS !
wick, Georgia. At Brunswick they I Westover.
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Pound can pure Violet Talcifrn Powder ------------_________19c
Wright's White Violet Talcum _________17c CARAMELICE PineappleWe
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Colgate's Violet Cashmere Boquet Eclat and Baby Talcum____15c CREAMS.
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lnow you will get the right kind-right prices. We appreciateyour SALADS AND SANDWCHES OF*

trade. Registered Pharmacist always in charge. ALL KINDS

I On Saturday next between eight and ten o'clock we will give .. .
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"EGG NOODLES MADE WITHOUT dye, but when considered as food, similar alimentary pastes now on the I(i terests of-the consumers,-definitions- REMODELLING COTTAGEA. 1 I NEW COTTAGEA

EGGS I I whether or not they contain any eggsor market. Water added in excessive should be adopted that would abso- C. Bissell is remodelling the cot-

enough egg to be of value as food, amount and sold at the price of mac- lutely prohibit the use of artificial tage property owned by F. X. Schul- neat little cottage residence is being -

Fraudulent Traffic in Eggless "Eggoodles" aroni is even more profitable than coloring, fix a minimum require-
is important. For it is possible to egg ler, east of the new grammar school put up by E. R. Hotaling in the
and Colored Macaronito dyed dough at the price of egg noo- ment for articles sold as egg products -
make yellow noodles without any eggs building. Some additions are being rear of his handsome residence, Grey-
and also define the amount of
Receive Attention i at all and also to spread one egg over I dles.Those who appeared at the hearing I moisture that may be permitted in made to the cottage and the roof is linne, at No. 3 East Robinson ave

a great many noodles and add enough being changed to bungalow style. nue.SKATING.
before the committee on definitions the products. What these limitations
Washington, D. C.-Recent activityon dye to give an attractive color. It I
and standards agreed that in order to I and requirements shall be is now being -- -----
the part of certain noodle and mac- : was important, therefore, to find I
put competition within the industryon considered by the committee on
manufacturers in selling whether suspicion of em-
aroni noo- a mere egg
a fair basis, and to guard the in- definitions' and standards. RINK
dIes artificially colored yellow as "egg ployed in an attempt to escape the
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noodles," when they contain little or law on a technicality would be considered '-,;;. .:t.ii' -LI
no egg, has led the federal and state in the trade justification for calling -

food officials to seek means of stop- the product "egg noodles." .iJ Masquerade Carnival and Dance

ping this fraudulent traffic. It is the Macaroni Also Dyed to Deceive

custom in taking up matters of this Housewives

kind to afford an opportunity for a Dye has been used also for the purPose I I Night of July 23rd

hearing to all manufacturers and other of deception in the manufactureof
F
interested parties in order to per- macaroni. The best grade of mac
. Skating in Mask and Costume 7:30 9 o'clock.
. : to
mit them to present reasons for JOT aroni is made from the semolina of <

against trade practices. Accordingly, Durum wheat. This semolina is rich I IDiu Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing .
the joint committee on definitions and in gluten which consists of the nitrogenous _

.standards, representing the Associa- substances of the grain, and from 10 to 12

tion of American Dairy, Food and is high in food value. This wheat

Drug Officials, the Association of Of- has its own characteristic yellow col- ADMISSION 10 CENTS

ficial Agricultural Chemists, and the of, which is rightly associated in the

U. S. Department of Agriculture, recently minds of purchasers with the highest Dancing, Gentlemen 50c., Ladies Free

held a hearing in order to secure grade products. The yellow color,
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all possible information in regard however, can like that of the egg, be ,
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to the manufacture of noodles, accurately reproduced by use of certain q

macaroni, and similar alimentary dyes. It has become the prac

pastes.To tice for certain manufacturers to
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
the average person it would make macaroni from grades of flour 4A NEW OPPORTUNITYfor

seem an easy matter to answer such \which are much less expensive than

questions as "What are noodles?" or, those from which macaroni is cus- the Man or Woman who says,

"What are egg noodles or, "Whatis tomarily made. This cheap substi- SHEET METAL CO. ..

macaroni?" The question, however tute is artificially colored, by the ad- Typewriter/ letters.
m i
; is not so easy to answer if put dition of a dye, to look so nearly like YOU you think of the labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually a

in this way: "How much egg must a the high grade, genuine Durum semo- of the Spanish"Manana"-tomorrow. Here is a typewriter which Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
manufacturer add to his noodles be- lina macaroni that the ordinary pur- makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large ,
Remington business typewriter. Neither I* it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
fore he is legally entitled to label his chaser is completely deceived. is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- and Rubber Roofings

product 'egg noodles'?" The questionof Artificial coloring matter in noodles pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class home

amount might be stated this way: I and macaroni serves no useful machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter. Cornices, Skylights. .Healing., Ventilating Metal! Ceilings

"If the manufacturer uses just a tri- purpose whatever. It is added solely Don't pen it-type itT

fling amount of egg, can the product for the purpose of deception. Even a
VERYphaseotmodernllfehasltsbusl- ink Marathon to a type-clicking hundred- '
legally be labeled 'egg noodles'?" harmless dye adds nothing in the way nessslde.IDwrltfD2".especlally.ltpays yard-dash. And cleanly typed pages score Works: 14 E. Church St. ; ORLANDO
to be business-like. Maybe you are secre- with the"proL"Ministers
Evidence of Fraudulent Practices of taste or nourishment.!! An easy way tary of a club,lodge or society. Take the ,authors and newspaper men
cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
It brought out at the to determine whether macaroni and
was hearing up a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notices their finger tips when they th IM*on an easy-
that fraudulent practices have crept noodles have been artificially coloredis of meetings or records of minutes or running typewriter lIke the Remington a
letters. Its clean clear typewritten work: Junior.
into the manufacture of noodles, mac- to examine the water in which bas the"hundred-dollar"look.If And do not overlook the Important busIness 4
committee advantage of making carbon copiesof
aroni, and spaghetti which make it they have been cooked; if they have your you reports are a on the Remington chairman Junior.type everything you write. You need never
difficult for reputable manufacturersof been artificially colored with soluble They will race through the machine to the say. "I don't remember what I wrote." Th.e JM1arketOF
Junior
merry music of the type. With no extra effort the Remington
unadulterated' goods to meet the dyes the water will be yellow. This, Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cut duplicates
change"paper"writing from the pen-and- whenever you wish. CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
competition of the cheapened product, however, is not an infallible test, as

whereby the consumer receives an article some of the yellow dyes employed do Something New in TypewriterstheRemingtonJUNIOR OPPOSITE POST OfflGE

that contains foreign coloring not dissolve or color water. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

matter but much less nutritive sub- Paying Macaroni Prices for Water Kept under the best sanitary eoattttioBa.

stance than the genuine noodles or There have long been regulationsabout Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh *
macaroni he expects to receive. Good how much water should be in
and A
egg noodles should contain a substan- butter. It is possible to mix in more patty
We Invite Uspeetioa and letraBtee atl faetlon. We have
tial amount of egg, but articles labeled water than should be in butter. It 'I HIs compact machine li not eqntppM withtheattachment.neeemarytothel &00 down and the same amount E'sch'mo.th.
A 00Kern- adding So'00 only to the purchase pnce. in the Heat Use.
: everything
"egg noodles" which contain is possible to mix in more water thanis Ington busmen typewriters. The Kemineton Here U root opportunity to bay an aboo
Junior U pimply p home-letter- lately first-trad personal typewriter:
only a trace of egg and in some instances natural with the result that the writing and manuncripMng machine' For these at a low pnce Write today for deacnpuv
pu you will find Its everyday ue unlited. booklet boat wait. Investigate now. of H. M. Self & X/
none at all have been put on buyer pays butter-fat prices for a If you have immediate writing to do.send n* Co.4
It oeenpie* little space on your desk. It I* 15.00 in cash check or money order and we will .
the market. The eggiess "egg noo- water-tap product. The same excessive \oapaneaMlynuMwitfromplacetoplaoe.. end you the Remington Junior at once. Then
You will find it a good time-MYiiut investment you can ee for yourself how soon you learn to PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
dles," for example, are artificially colored dilution of macaroni and noodlesis for yourself and other member of yon r family write rapidly. If you wish to return it after 19
who have writing to do. You will find it an dare'trial,you afd *o. We will refund your
of For this informa- excellent, educator for Four rhild...... IS 00.ICM the reimportation.
yellow by dye possible. reason, ,
means a so The Kemington Junior lathe typewriter Remember the Keminirton J unior ia a gena-
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hare been waitinafor. Uartf'rma are s.-.o.OO Ine. durable rtemintrton tyr* rit r-carrying
that to the uninitiated look tion also sought at the hearing in you
they ex- was I ab. actly like the noodles that contain regard to the legitimate moisture con- ,

real egg. Some manufacturers have tent of macaroni and noodles and the Typewriter Company

been unable to see why they should : relation of the moisture content to (lacorpontod] Valspar Val-Enamel .1 J
I 226 West Bay Street ,
add eggs at from 30 to 50 cents per the statement on the packages of t l JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -
to the Best.
It
dozen when the same characteristic weight. The amount of moisture that Fill tn the attache aJll o". ana pays use

yellow can be obtained by the addi- should be permitted has an important Mail ff CiiifilF ana ago JOur'm 0____ You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers

tion of a dye at a cost that is com- bearing on the application of the net ;=propeteq: 're Paints and Varnishes at
u ) :
paratively negligible. Where the out- weight amendment of the food and 8 send tle a}tetl\he"fn'Cmtef

put of a factory is large, the illegitimate drugs act to such products. A poundof tnA.toO : cosnpan1 on ta lP'dertao of which pla\1 mat ret1i JoG wilt Finley's Pioneer Paint Store
ny. Jt'CI'lP\o--
profits made by substituting macaroni that contains 11 per cent. e..rlC:,::rtwlther.'IJpe" wlc It ten i a, .of o its hr.rce-- addittoaauptne ,of

yellow dye for eggs may be very moisture has more nutritive substance i .if 1 the...oo.last 1 aal p, \0 pat 1Mzefl1Ud for 1an Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67
great. than a pound of macaroni otherwise X t0: the muh'n of"",00 eac ofhe geminaIt
1 re ..th11 paJ1lleu or aeacript10noo. We have the best and the best
How Much Egg Makes a Real Egg equal in quality that contains 15 percent ,in tlO ate f>d l men equipment to do

Noodle? or more moisture. The investi- rle see send"write tle:.b00t1p e' the best work. The best is the cheapest.

If noodles were sold merely for gations made by the Department of JayorTDe

ornaments it might make little differ- Agriculture have shown that there is 0 Mastic Paint Pee-Gee Flatkoat

ence to the purchaser whether the I a very great difference in the amountof -r -

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The :Morning Sentinel HereWe're
Want for the DEPOT
Wellington I
is the strong
Directory
Greatest Want
ORLANDO It..buiIt exactly the
II Ad Medium in Orlando. Pipe. on correct -
principle for the coolest.tvcei-
eat, cleanest smoke you ever did t
Terms Cash in Advance.
Cement Plaster and Lime enjoy to the big chair. BUTTER MILK \ ';
Aptile RATES Smote a Wellington and you wont Fresh
.. For One Day ---_-_________25t hare any boiling in the bowlbecause Every Day.5c *
For Three Days -___________50c saliva can't get to the fire. You stuff per glass
9 For Six Days ---____________75c this a load bully of your good favorite pipe,tobacco and you'reoff into I I 25c. per gallon .
For One Month ___$2.50 CREAM AND MILK
--------- for good time.
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This rate applies on all ads of 0 BUTTER
25 words or less. If the ad Pick your Wellington from our
contains I I
more than 25 words the rate I assortment shape for your preference Fresh Homemade
one a first-dase pipe.
I every
will be one cent per word for SANDWICHES
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each additional word, for each in- PIES AND CAKES
sertion.If Good and Bad Cigar Store

A Ruud Water Heater you -can't bring your ad to ,
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be ARCADE MilK DEPOT
t payable the following day. 'Y25c .

FREEWith Every Home-Every Businees-
;I Every Man has use for a blade In A
Sentinel Want Ad. America SURVEYINGPlating

35c50c and Sub-Dividing

FOR SALE PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK

FOR SALE-Player piano; good me-
chanical condition; 20 rolls music.
Up HAL A. IRISH
Will sacrifice, $230 cash. Address
Box 733. *
every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- 7-18-3t Civil Engineer

tirely service will give absolutely FREE MULES FOR SALE i
new we one RUDD
Pair nice mare mules in good condition Read the Morning Sentinel for the 47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla.
TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean suitable for farm or heavy haul- news. lOc. a week delivered. 3
ing; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply .
allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- P. G. Walton, Agt. Gulf Refining
Co., Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc Week EndRates I
stantaneous Water Heater.If .
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top The Typhus In
and wind shield, at Ford 1
you have a water heater and want a new range let us 7-3-tf Garage.

make you an attractive price on one. Servia. .
x I FOR QUICK SALE-20 acre tract From ORLANDO
Come in and talk it over with us. one_quarter_mile from city limits; i
very fine for citrus or subdivision pur- is the outcome of
uncleanly con-
poses. $100 per acre. See Carl Dann. DAYTONA
; I I 6-9-tf ditions. We are not in dangerof I $2.30 "

FOR such outbreaks, but there are
SALE i
NEW SMYRNA
SIX CYLINDER. SEVEX PASSENGER many minor troubles, which A
CAR. THIS IS A BAR- $1.85 :
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD may prove detrimental to ;your 'j
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf health, or that of your family, if ORMOND

you do not safeguard yourself $2.50 / j

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO FOR RENT against unsanitary conditions. VIA 1
FOR RENT-Furnished unfur- .
and \Ve invite to in and
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A. you come

GAS DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial Knox. 7-9-tf assure entirely yourself sanitary of our uptodateand methods. Atlantic Coast line : !t

WANTED
Standard Railroad of the South i
WANTED-By reliable party, a placeon OrlandoSteal11 A
edge of city, or suburbs, withoutbuildings Tickets sold for all trains Satur- A .f
chicken coops, etc. Will day and forenoon Sunday, limited -
pay rent or act as caretaker. Ad-
dress,P. O. Box 754. 7-15-6t Laundry to return by midnight of 3

A MASQUERADE CARNIVAL AND PHONE 88 I following Tuesday. 1
DANCE JULY 23 a !
Skating in mask and costume, 7:30 For Information Call on I
Lli to 9 o'clock. Unmasked 9:30 to 10
.. o'clock. Dancing from 10 to 12. Ad- D. W. WHITE, D. T. A. 4!
mission, 10 cents; dancing, gentlemen50c. I W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T.-A ]
.. ladies free. Orlando
Salei Rink. Skating 7-17-tf CLINT 375 BASSPHONE I I Orlando i. .


Quality Phone and 333 service for your our motto.fresh meats.Cox's West Jefferson:Street Cut Flowers .

Meat Market. Church street. 6-22-tf Successor to -
BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 12
To reduce our stock as much as pos and Plants
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof Hand:;Wood CompanyWood [

And continuing for two weeks 3I ] price 25&on per Gore.any cent.goods off our in stora.regular Hammond 6-5-tf cash- of AlllKInds: Floral Designs 'j$



I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT J choicest Whenever cuts of you meat want,phone the L.best C. Cox and PROMPT REASONABLE SERVICE PRICE {

on Church street and your order will I
be promptly filled. 6-22-tf ..Violet Dell Florist.

On all Ladies' Skirts Umbrellas recovered and repaired .
Millinery, "while you wait," at Young's Repair j
J. M. CARUTHERSPhone
ShOD. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc t.
Kimonas and House Dresses
509. 408 South Lake St. ".
BUYERS AND SELLERS {
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real .1.
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
DR. L H. RAMSDELL OSTEOPATHDR.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES $20,000,000. Call and see me. .
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. OPTOMETRIST
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE JOSEPHINE HARPER 1
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue and ;
Come and look at our line AND DO ALL KINDS OF Jhurch St, Davis &; McNeil Bldg
Located in the Arcade Building OrriCAJ.REPAIRING "Phone 419. :
All work guaranteed and neat-
SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest.
WINTER GARDEN FLA. This is the place to have your

old clothes made new. CAREY HAND

Suit scrubbed .
and pressed75c.Suit ...
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit .
pressed _____________40c. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand

pressed ----________50c AND EMBALMERAll
Mohair suits pressed ______25c.

EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Bamai n We a do trial ladies'and work be also.convinced.Giveus calls answered Promptly Dayor

Clothes called for and delivered.
Night. Hand Block.

Phone 613.

Beautiful lot on Lake Lucerne No individual with-anything-to-sell Orlando, Florida.PHONE e

,or trade can successfully find a buyer
with plenty of Foliage or trader without the aid of the Sen- 639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457,

tinel want ads. Remember that its
and Trees. circulation represents five-sixths of
the Orlando community.Harness .
New house, 8 rooms and bath.

Price $2000.00 Location perfect, 4 blocks from
Makingand The Orlando Meat Market x
1 center of city, east side. .
RepairingAll
i For quick sale $3000. Cash or T. A. YANCY, Manager]

C. A. HOVEY terms. kinds of leather repairing, suchas Wholesale and Retail Dealer -in Choice
{ Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
J
t( Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' Pocket :Florida nand Western Meats
Books, Auto Cushions-and Tops, also S
get your scissors sharpened. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders ,
23; West Church Street, in Hopkins

Shoe Shop. Business Ijs P. 0. BOX 226
PHONES {Residence 3j Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.

[1 i Try a Sentinel Want Ad CARL DANN W. A. BOSTON 7-20-12t 4k




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Mrs. S. J. Taylor and children left ,
Sunday over the Seaboard Air Line .
for Gainesville where they will visit
1
friends.


Miss Iona Speer, daughter of Mr.
a and Mrs.V.. L. Speer, has returned
--way from a visit to relatives and friendsin '

Waycross, Ga. L

e outrac m oto.D oars. SAVINGS CHECKS
Savings checks collected is money
I in the bank. 7-7-tf

ARE WORTH
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gore went to
I Lakeland Sunday afternoon on business -
not give greater elasticity to your cur- I and pleasure. They expect to $1.04 for Each $1.00 .
rency by making it accomplish larger things-to I return home today.

make it go farther and prove its ability to earn They are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by ,
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safe- Mrs. J. B. Mills and son, Master the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:
I Robert; who have been visiting relatives -
ty here in earning 4 per cent. I in Troy, Ala., returned home
Allen & Company, Jewelers.W. Gordon's Bakery.
I yesterday afternoon. S. Branch, Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
Our steady growth in depositsand Butt's, Refreshments.City O. K. Pool Room.
Savings checks are money in the Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store, Groceries.San I
general business is evidence : bank. 7-7-tf Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.T. .
of ability to serve our customers John Empie, Grocer.J. A. Yancey, Meat )Iarket.Young's .
L. Feinberg, Men's Furnishings.Good Repair Shop, Bicycles, eke .
Edgar Thompson, of the efficient
one -
well, and the character of our and Bad Cigar Stores, Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % I carriers in the Orlando poht- avenue and Arcade building.I. Store.
I office, has returned from New York W. Phillips & Son.J. Mayer Candy Co.
ance of strength and conserva- I and a visit to New Jersey.Mr. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, DentistS.
tive management in "stretchingthe Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. Jones, Chiropractor.R. .
Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.
earning capacity of your dol- and Mrs. R. D. Banner and T. P. Robinson, Photographer.
lars." I children left yesterday morning for
I Daytona[) Beach where they will spend t
.... ,.
: a month at their cottage by the sea.

They can be deposited for their face value in the
How many savings checks have you savings depart-
The State Bank I collected? 7-7-tf ment of the

Mr. S. J. Sligh, the well known
Orlando
a.It's I buyer, shipper and raiser of fruits, The Peoples National BankPACKARD
I vegetables and produce, is spending
: today in Tampa looking after business :
I matters. I
I

Mrs. Neva Burdge arrived in Orlando -
I last evening from New York on
tlllillM*' . IMIIIIIIIflllliM* a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

C. R. Carter, at their home, 512 Carter -
I street.


Savings checks are worth $1.04 for .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II Jill MMBIIHMMMMtMlllliEIMiJ ,

An Economy To every $1.00. 7-7-tf .

Miss Walenah Moore, who has been ,111I111 1 I 1 II _1 1 II ...... II 1 11111111111.1.11111. ...III 1 II 1 4

Buy Now! the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Mc-
Neill, at their home 229 East Robinson -
avenue, left yesterday afternoonfor :
Fayetteville, N. C. Wins Grand I


C. R. Thrask, who has been spending -
several days in this section in the
Prize at San FranciscoThe
'ELDER"Spring interest of the Atlanta Show Case

company, left yesterday for a trip
down the East Coast.

Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Chapman and only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-

Water sons, J. W. Jr., and Morland, Mr. and ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor .
Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., motored to were both awarded to PACKARD.It r

Orlando Saturday from New Smyrnaand is a broad tribute to the Packard superiority and the quali-

days.are visiting relatives for a few ties of permanent success that are back of the new

Is a standard for
Ask for savings checks; they are
purity, aids diges- your money in the bank. 7-7-tf Packard TvinSixI

tion and eliminatesacidity. Lawrence Lawton, one of the pop-
ular salesmen in the gents' furnishing

:: :: department of the Dickson-Ives com-
pany store, has returned from New
Smyrna where he spent a portion of
This being accomplished a world of sickness / his well-earned vacation.Mr. I Juan Garage Company

is saved. Nature provided Spring Water

Water alone for and Mrs. G. C. Keller and son,
and Spring mankind and
Farris Keller' Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Do- Orlando -DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS
nothing can take its place.BEGIN live, left yesterday afternoon over the

Atlantic Coast Line for Danville, Ky.,
NOW where they will spend the remainderof

the summer with relatives.T. .
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H. Fuller and son, Raymond, left
Elder Spring Water Co. yesterday afternoon to visit points in lMf,.
other states. Mr. Fuller, Sr., will go
to Abbeville, Ga., to visit relatives,
ORLANDO FLORIDA
while Raymond whiles the time awayat I People Are Saving More Than Ever J

Phone WRIGHT, 444allllllllllllll.I.I.III..IIIIIIIII..IIIIII..1111 Gadsden, Ala. Y

Mrs. W. M. Davis and son, Master .. ,.
Billie, left Sunday over the Atlantic
I T
r Coast Line for McLeansboro, 111,
where they will spend the remainderof
the summer with Mr. and Mrs. H.
S. Beard, parents of Mrs. Davis.R. .

One great benefit has come to these
M. Prince, one of Tampa's repre-
DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY United States through the European War.It .
sentative citizens and a former pop-
ular resident of Orlando, spent Sun- has made us a SAVING NATION.As .
day at Conway with his father, Dr. E. than
a nation we are earning more
R. Prince, and his daughter, Miss '
Joyce. ever before, and we are saving more.

OR OTHERANNIVERSARY : I Competent authorities say that we are

Mrs. Marie Mallard, the popular designer richer by a quarter of a billion dollars
in the dress making depart- through invested savings.
ment at the Dickson-Ives #
company; J.
safest form of investment for individual -
The
store, left last night for Baltimore,
TO GO BY DEFAULT : Philadelphia, Atlantic City and New savings is the Savings Account.
c
York in the interest of the firm.L. Place your savings here and they will earn R9 r J

WE HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE : interest at 4 per cent.
H. Bingham is down from Jacksonville .
OCCASION : spending a few days with his
wife and two sons, Herbert and< t+ t a
Prices always the Lowest when Quality is Considered. : Thomas. Mrs. Bingham is visitingher t 1

mother, Mrs. V. B. Chapman, on
North Orange avenue. Mr. and Mrs ,.r
I Bingham formerly resided in Orlando
and their many friends are giving i \
T. H. EVANS them a cordial welcome. j I
: *-1 j1 i The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBUCkllJRstcr

JEWELER j j.nlillllUl & Briindage! Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS I Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
'lftnJ at KifksvilJe, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
--"-11..1 nn National Bank. Phone 518. 4tl.IIII..III.IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIUklllll.1111111.111 .1..1111111111111111.


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