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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1915. NUMBER 137.




I ? FALL OF RIGA AND WARSAW CERTAIN ; I




I U. S. CONSIDERING DRASTIC MEASURES I



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AUSTRO-GERMANS VICTORIOUS WOULD LIKE TO TACK ON '
RUSSIAN TORPEDO BOATS

ALONG 1,000-MILE RIGID DEMAND TO NEXT 'YfGG

BATTLE LINE DESTROY 59 LADEN SHIPS GERMAN NOTE WUO LOOTED APOPKA


YON BUM 38 MilES[ OF RIGA I WOUlD MEAN[ DIPlOMATIC BREAKu.
LONDON, JULY 20.-A REUTER SHIPS BOUND TO TREBIZOND
DISPATCH FROM PETROGRAD : WITH WAR MATERIAL FOR TilE BANK IN 1913 CAPTURO[ IN

Imporant Port Seems Doomed to REPORTS THAT RUSSIAN TOR- OTTOMAN CAUCASUS ARMY. S. May Be Content to Send
PEDO BOATS HAVE ATTACKEDAND THE CREWS OF THE VESSELS
Fall Soon, as Does the Message to Kaiser StatingIn
DESTROYED 59 SAILING WERE
MADE PRISONERS.
Ancient Capital of -- Demands in a Mild
A ATLANTA A CONFESSES All
Poland BASEBALL RESULTS ORLANDO CIAL MAN TIMER CHOSEN GRAND OFFI- Way ;

London, July 20.-The German and National League RACE MEET Washington, July 20.-President ,, -- -
Austrian armies have been victorious New York 1, St. Louis 3. Wilson and the cabinet discussed for
along the whole 1,000-mile Russian Brooklyn 2, Pittsburgh 6. At the Grand Circuit meet which two hours today three tentative draftsof Kaiser[ Says He : HARRY MASON HAS LONG

battle line. Boston 6, Cincinnati 2. opens at Kalamazoo, Mich., on Au- the proposed reply to the latest I RECORD OF CRIME;

The city of Radom, which is the Philadelphia 8, Chicago 6. gust 2, Orlando will be ably repre- German note and agreed upon certain Will Make I ROBBED 150 SAFES
capital of the province of that name, American League sented by :Mr. W. M. Davis, who has sections for the document.The .
located 57 miles south of Warsaw, Cleveland 5, Washington 4. been selected for the third
consecu- question still to be decided is
has been occupied by the Austrians.The Detroit 6, Philadelphia 5. tive time as one of the official timers.In whether a paragraph shall be added Europe QuakeAll I I E GIVES ORLANDO AS HIS HOME

allied cavalry is astride the Chicago 0, Boston 3. a recent letter, :Mr. Wm. P. En- warning Germany for the last time i!
most important railroad from Radomto St. Louis 3, New York 2. gleman, the secretary of the associa- that unless she yields to the demandsof I In
Ivangorod, and Lublin has either Federal LeagueSt. tion, informs Mr. Davis that the races this government, the United States London.-The Morning Post's Pe- Sensational Confession Says
been captured or is on the verge of Louis 4-4, Baltimore 1-7. to be held this year will be by far: will adopt a "more vigorous course" trograd correspondent says Emperor He Sent Tainted Money to
being evacuated.The Kansas City 0, Newark 6. the best ever. than she hitherto has employed.The William has sent his sister, the queenof His "Old Mother in
Lublin-Cholm railway, a very Chicago 1, Brooklyn 3. The owners whose horses have been alternative is to withhold this Greece, this telegram:
important line which leads to War- Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 8. entered for the meet are very wealthyand declaration of purpose until the next "I have paralyzed the Russians for Orlando"In
saw, is believed to be still held by the South Atlantic League some rich prizes have been of- communication.The at least six months and am on the
Charleston 5, Columbia 2. fered eve of delivering a on the west- Atlanta, Ga., Saturday the policeof
Russians, but it is scarcely possible ranging all the way from $10- action contemplated is the coup
that they will be able to hold.it any Columbus 2, Albany 2. 000 to $600. In the 2:08 trotting class breaking off of diplomatic relations ern front that will make all Europe that city captured one Harry
great number of hours. Macon 6, Jacksonville 4. the prize known as the Paper Mill with Germany. This done, Ambassador tremble." Mason, alias "Vincent Briscoe," alias
War: :lW'S fall now seems certain. Savannah 7, New Orleans 4. Purse is $10,000. There are several Gerard will be recalled, and Ambassador I i"Hefty Lou," aged t 23, who gave his

Nothing but a mirade can save the Southern League $2,000 and $3,000 prizes, but none be- Bernstorff will get his pass- BECKER BLAMES ROSENTHAL 1 residence as Orlando, Fla., and who
ancient Polish capital from the Aus- Memphis 7, New Orleans 4. low the $600 mark. age to Germany.This CASE ON TIM SULLIVANNew confessed 1 that he and another Yegg

tro-German hordes which are surging Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0. Mr. Davis, who is a great lover of state of affairs will continue I named Will Jones robbed llle bank at
forward upon it from the north and Birmingham 9, Little Rock 8. horseflesh, has several blooded horses until Germany has given the neces- York.-Lieut. Becker has sent I Apopka, Fla., and escaped with $3,000
south. Nashville-Atlanta, rain. with good records, but none to enterin sary assurances that American lives the story of the Rosenthal murder to which he declared was his share of
the loot. The
other
The extreme north army, led by such fast company. He will en- and property will be safeguarded under Gov. Whitman in an endeavor to se-> $2,000 of the
Von Buelow, has taken Takum, within ARREST GENERAL SALAZAR deavor to interest the horsemen i in the recognized rules of international cure clemency. He declares the gun- I Apopka robbery was or must have
been distributed
38 miles of the important seaport of that part of the world to bring their law. men attempted to kidnap Rosenthalon between Mason'spals
Riga. TI Paso, Tex., July 20.GeneralJose horses here for the winter, and if he The note will be further consideredby orders from Big Tim Sullivan be- !I totaling $5,000.
The fall of the latter city seems as Inez Salazar, who escaped from succeeds, the races at the Midwinter the president and his advisors dur- cause Rosenthal was trying to squealon Cashier W. G. Talton of the State
certain as that of Warsaw. custody at Fort Wingate, N. M., last Subtropical Exposition in 1916 will ing the next few days, and probably the gambling situation. Sullivanwas I Bank of Apopka, was in Orlando yesterday -
November, has been rearrested near undoubtedly be the best in the South. will be given final touches at the cabinet Rosentha l's partner in the gambling en route to Atlanta where he
FOREIGNERS ARE FOMENTING Columbus, N. M. The United States The management of the Grand Circuit meeting Friday. The state department business. Vallon was crazed by I was called by authorities. He showed
STRIKES HERE department of justice officials left I showed excellent judgment i in I expects to send it to Berlin drink and started the shooting when I the Sentinel reporter a copy of the
here this afternoon in automobiles to I I again he should have hit Atlanta newspaper containing an ac-
selecting :Mr. Davis as one of by the end of this week. Rosenthal with a
Washington, D. C.-Samuel Gom- bring Salazar to El Paso. the judges. He is an all round good black jack.RUSSIA. count of Mason's confessions. Sun-

pers, president of the American Fed- fellow, knows the game from start to HOPEFUL OF SPEEDY SETTLEMENT day, Monday, and yesterday's Atlanta
eration of Labor, began an effort to finish, and can always be counted onto AT REMINGTON: papers piled on the Sentinel desk tell
end the industrial troubles in the SUBMARINE FIRED UPON 0 N NOFF give a fair and impartial decision. PLANT WAITS AMERICAN of youthful additional desperado.On crimes. committed by the

Remington Arms plant at Bridgeport.He .
will confer with the labor leaders FRANK PASSES RESTFUL NIGHT, Washington, July 20.-President Friday night, at Atlanta, Mason
and others interested. NOVA SCOTIA SAY DOCTORS Gompers of the American Federationof FREIGHT CARS cracked a safe and was captured
later. He confessed to this crime and
President Gompers today expressedthe Labor issued the following statement _
opinion that the Bridgeport trou- Milledgeville, Ga.-Physicians at today on the strike at Bridge- I others which he had perpetrated in
ble may have been part of a general BRITISH WARSHIP SIGHTS tending Leo :M. Frank, whose throatwas port, Connecticut: 20,000 AMERICAN CARS AND the last few years, the Apopka bank

plan by foreigners to cause labor GERMAN VESSEL AND cut by another convict at the "A conference has been arranged at 400 LOCOMOTIVES DUE robbery being among the list.
OPENS FIRE state prison farm here Saturday which the Mason stated that during his ten
f trouble among the exporters of arms labor troubles at the Rem- IN TWO MONTHS .
and munitions. night, said today that Frank had I ington Arms company's plant at years as a crook he had robbed no ;

"I know that foreign interests, well News of Attack Delayed by theCensor's spent a restful night, and that they Bridgeport will be discussed. We Munitions Piled at Vladivostok less than 150 safes, and secured
considered his condition $25,000, the most of which he declaredhe
good underthe hope for a peaceful and speedy set
with
funds
supplied have sought to Refusal to Allow ,
Await
Locomotives and
circumstances. sent to his old mother in
Orlando.
tlement. I prefer not to state whether Y
bring on labor troubles to prevent the
Transmission by Tele Frank is able Cars for Transportation The confession continues "In June
shipping of American products to to take nourishment, or not a date has been set for this : ,
Europe," said Mr. Gompers. "I know graph-By Letter but attendants have difficulty in pre conference." to Front 1913, he secured $3,000 with Will

that an effort was made to bring venting him from talking. George Praston, secretary of the Jones, another yegg, from a bank at
about a strike of longshoremen, and Orduna to Be Investigated Frank today was removed from the International Association of Machin Vladivostok, June 25.-(Correspondence Apopka, Fla. In the confession Ma-
that when that failed an effort was Portland, Me., July .-Reports prison hospital to a private room. He ists, declared today that the allegation of the Associated Press.- son said his mother's grandmotherwas
made to cause a strike of the seamen. that a British warship sighted and stood the trip well according to the of German influences back of the Twenty thousand American freightcars a full blooded Indian.
There can be no doubt but that this fired on a German submarine off the doctors. strike will not deter the machinists'' and 400 American locomotivesare According to a special yesterday
foreign propaganda with unlimited coast of Nova Scotia Wednesday organization from supporting their due here from the United States Mason is reported as saying: "I'm
means behind it is seeking to check reached here in a letter today, the BOMBARD COLMAR demands for an eight hour day. within the next two months to relieve willing to serve my term. When I
censor having forbidden its transmis the congestion of supplies designedfor get out I'll go to my mother. She '
the manufacture and exportation of Paris, via London.-The war officeannounces
It< supplies for Europe"MELON sion over the telegraph. The engage that six French THE WEATHERFor the Russian front. Cannon, rifles, has plenty of money I sent her. I
ment occurred near Halifax. aeroplaneshave ammunition, armored cars, dynamite, want to be honest now and make a
bombarded the station at Col- Florida: Generally fair today, "
pig lead, pig copper, cotton for cloth I new start. Yesterday's Atlanta
SEASON: CLOSES mar, capital of
Upper Alsace. The probably local showers, lowering temperature
Washington Journal
July -Secretary ing and food supplies all are ready says:
Inverness, Fla.-The melon season, Lansing A announced_ today that an official aeroplanes returned undamaged. light variable winds. here and they all are badly needed in "A man named Lane, who was in A
investigation of the submarine the field. Atlanta Sunday on his way to Apopka
which satisfactory has just to dosed the growers.here, was Prices very attack on the Orduna had been or- One Car To Every 14 Citizens In Guns, rifles and ammunition are arriving Fla., read in the Journal an account .
dered by this government. It will be from the United States by the of "Mason's" confession, and 1
held up well to the last, $75 and $80
conducted by officials of the treasury steamer load. Armored motor cars called at police station Monday to see r
per car being received as late as July
15. About 130 cars were shipped department, and was ordered after Orlando, "The Automobile City"Orlando are coming by hundreds from Detroit whether he could identify the pris-
from the receipt of a letter from W. O. and Cleveland' by way of Seattle. So oner. He said he had summered at
Inverness, while a good number
Thompson, of Chicago, describing the also is lead, copper and dynamite. Apopka for years past and recalled
were shipped from other Citrus
coun- attack. rides in motor cars! For the whole of Orange county Cotton is coming from New York the bank robbery there some time
ty towns. The acreage planted near years this city has claimed to be the there are 787 autos. By plunging by way of Panama in such quantitiesthat ago which "Mason" confessed.
Inverness will probably be increased; RUSHING WORK ON PHOSPHATE automobile city of America. Now, again into a seance of mathematical more than anything else it has "The robbery of the postoffice at
next season, as growers feel that in PLANT AT FLORAL CITY just after the completion of the new calculation we emerge with the sum caused the terrific congestion of sup- Tiger Bay, Fla., which "Mason" said
view of conditions, the results of this'ear's I
city directory which gives her credit total results that for every 31.8 plies. Cotton is piled high on the was his first crime, will probably result -
crop were most encouraging. I Floral City, Fla.-Work on the new for 8,000 population it may be inter- men, women and children in the coun- hills back of the city waiting for its in his detention by the federal
The melons averaged very fine, sev- Bradley phosphate plant is being esting to know how many cars there ty there is one motor car, and that is turn to be forwarded Moscow and authorities. His trial before Recorder ;
eral on exhibition in the stores weigh- pushed forward to completion. This are owned in the and what
city part counting the population at 25,000, other cities to be manufactured into Johnson is set for 8 o'clock Tuesday
ing between fifty and sixty pounds I company, by drilling and pitting, has of the total populace is in the auto which is a very liberal estimate. blankets and uniforms.BUTT'S morning."
each. One which attracted much attention developed one of the largest deposits ds.A .
Next to Orlando in point of numbers The news that the Apop :a bank
was somewhat of a freak, two of high grade hard rock phosphatethat I trip to the tax assessor's office is I as far as autos are concerned, robber or robbers had been capturedwas
large melons having grown togetherto has yet been discovered. a most convincing method of proving comes the Winter Garden-Ocoee dis- BANDY KITCHEN SOLD of great interest and caused a .
LAST NIGHT .
form a monster one weighing over Ths phosphate prospecting crews of Orlando's claims to motor precedence. trict with 57 cars to its credit. Win- sensation on the streets yesterday.

fifty-seven pounds.PHOTOGRAPHERS. the J. A. Battenhenback company are Recently obtained figures from that ter Park is not far behind in the pro- I Sheriff Gordon was taken with surprise -
covering a wide field in their work. source show that there are 584 autos cession, having 54 motor cars. Next Late last evening E. W. Butt's' and he intimated that two other
OPEN: CON- The developments thus far licensed here. Kandy Kitchen was sold to Roy Mc-
are en- Take these and
figures comes Apopka with 36, and so on persons living in or near Orlando and
4 VENTIONIndianapolis : couraging. The resumption of activi- divide them into the total populationand down to the end of the list. I Cracken, who up to a short time ago or near Apopka might have been tin ;
ties by the phosphate companies here you will find that there is ONE This brief comparison shows that ,was half owner in the Orlando Skat- connected with the crime and might ?
Ind.-The Photogra- has been most inspiring. AUTO TO EVER FOURTEEN PER- Orlando and its suburbs, with 584 ing Rink. The business will continue be pals of Mason's. > i
phers' Association of America openedits Some sales of real estate here are SONS IN THE CITY. autos, has more than 2.75 times as uninterruptedly. Mr. McCracken intends A wire is looked for by the sheriffs
annual convention here today. R. being chronicled, while merchants report This seems hardly possible at the many cars as all the rest of Orange to put in a more complete and at any minute and he may be called t
f W. Holsinger, of Charlottesville, Kyw increased demands in nearly all first glance. Indeed, one gentlemanon county combined. Now if we take larger stock of goods. to Atlanta. As the developments pro- *,

treasurer of the association, reported lines of mer.handise. being shown the figures, remarked the average cost per car at $1,000, ceed and as the coils of justice tighten $
that 1,500 delegates were present. The seasonable weather for the that if they were really true, "We which, considering the small numberof BABY HOSPITAL PLANNEDNew sensational disclosures are expected -

past week has greatly aided the farm- should be getting more auto rides low priced cars, is a very conserva- from several sources hitherto kept :;
For summer recreation. Croquet, ers and truckers throughout this re- than we are." Nevertheless the facts tive estimate, we find a total invest- York.-A baby hospital will under cover.Subscribe. A.
hammocks, readable books, music; gion in getting through with their are as stated, and the only cause for ment of $787,000 in automobiles in be established in Serbia by the Amer-

that 50c. library edition. Curtis & sweet potato planting. The acreage I,lack of rides is-well, not lack of Orange county, of which $584,000 is ican Red Cross, it was announced here for the Morning Sentinel,
O'Neal, book store. planted out exceeds all former years. I J I autos. (Continued on page 4) I I tonight. lOc. a week, delivered.



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f DAilY SPORT ira is utter folly for people to say Fort Gatlin arrivals, 8,060. Against this may
that golf causes neurasthenia," says Another interesting thing connectedwith be set an excess of 22,109 Jews arriving I I
Dr. Levitt. "It is almost the other this arrowhead is the fact that largely from Russia.
r w PotatoesWe i
t BY FRANK G. MENKF I way. Golf is one of the very great- old Fort Gatlin, for which Lake Gat- Excesses of arrivals from the war-

f The Famous New York Sporting ''I'' est aids to curing persons with neu- lin was named, once stood at no great ring nations over departures are:

,, Expert. rasthenic tendencies. I have recom- distance from the place where the Germans, 14,267; Bohemians, Magyars have purchased several barrels j
I mended the game to scores of my pa- head was found. No doubt if it could Ruthenians and other natives of
f New York.-The man who listens I tients suffering from nervous disor- speak this silent piece of flint could the German empire, 6,731; English, and are going to sell them cheap. Special '

to the pro and con arguments on golf ders, and never has golf failed to help tell a romantic and interesting storyof 6,076; French, 1,458; Irish, 13,434; rate by the bushel. |,

r and then tries to form a definite conclusion 'I them. adventures which it passed through Scotch, 7,532; Welsh, 943. Canadians, |
"A neurastheic is one who has lost before being broken and discarded by queerly enough, are not recognized as
; as to the good or harm in the !
his mental and nervous balance. The its red owner hundreds of years ago, a "race" or "nationality," though arrivals Vanilla WafersWe
game ultimately will be cast into a'' essential elements of mind are intel- and of its long burial in the sands, across the Canadian border ex-

padded celL lect (reason) and emotion (feeling' ). and then finally of its reappearanceon ceeded departures by 30,065.

s Golf, according to the pros, cures The even balance of these two are the surface in a lump of dirt on Italy among the nations not then at have an oversupply and will sell 4t'them

i and it creates maintained by will. Golf developsthe a canal digger's shovel, to its rest- war leads all others in excess of departures -
nervousness- ner"OUSness at cost all this week.
will and in this way does much to ing place, for the present, in the care over arrivals with 78,967.
according to the con men. It'sa
I automatically restore intellect and of a curio collector. The Balkan states show 1,050 more
great for ministers-and it's
; game (emotion to their former balance." Believes in Dynamite going than coming. Scandinavianslead
the worst game a minister can play. I I Sweet Wrinkled Peas
1.
t it Dr. Levitt's article, in the main, Mr. Lewis is a native of Louisiana the neutral group with 16,175
It develops character-and it tears I
b a', down. It hair on bald heads I was devoted to taking a pot shot atI where he has had a great deal of more arrivals than departures.That .
grows I I a golfer who wrote an anonymous perience in the construction of ex-I the close of the war will see a
You have
and it causes men to lose their hair. Bought at a bargain. can
i j article recently saying that golf, in and levees. He used dynamite in heavy increase in immigration is com-
that is
Golf is everything goodandgolf
is the superlative of wicked. j I which he has indulged for so many work and is a great believer in the I monly assumed, though some students them for only lOc. a can.
years, has made him a nervous wreck. efficiency of the explosive in econo- dispute it with citations of experience -
( Is it any wonder that those who ,
Concerning him Dr. Levitt said: mizing time and labor. in the past. The present effectis
and its I
try to figure out the game
"It is quite evident from that man's Mr. Lewis is the local that of an exchange of alien resi-
r benefits, or its harm, soon throw up representative -
the and admit defeat, rather article that he was a neurasthenic be- and demonstrator of the DuPont! dents rather than of a stoppage of Our Grocery CompanyTwo
sponge
fore he began golfing, and he has Powder company and spends considerable immigration.
and the
than on figuring so run
go
chance of confinement in the "nut" been aggravating his symptoms by of his time travelling over this Phones: 3 and 200 '
i moving in lines of small resistance, demonstrations VALUABLE AUTOMOBILE INVENTION ,.
territory making to -
sanitariums?
The general opinion has been that neglecting his serious duties and be- the farmers and grove men of the BY ST. AUGUSTINE 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.mUBMIIMMIHIIMiMIIIMICIICintlllllilMIMIH.
ing led by his feelings. It is also ev- MAN
value of with
practical subsoiling
; ministers should fight shy of the golf- 1 dynamite -
ident that this man is one who shirks
.. ing game. Golf develops many an- to improve the condition of Jacksonville, Fla.-Two big factors,
noying situations. Golf causes a loss from everything calculated to developin farm and grove land. Mr. Lewis is I simplicity and low cost, will doubtless

of temper and cuss words bring the one a calm, deliberate, sensible action probably' the first man in Orange j make the invention of R. L. Irwin, of

only relief. If cussing is a part of tal resistance., a self reliance" and a true men- county to use dynamite in subsoiling j St. Augustine, most popular throughout -

golf a minister shouldn't monkey growing orange trees. He uses a dif-i the entire country, the invention

around with golf balls, golf clubs ands ferent method than that which most j being not only most practical but one PER

s such. That's been the common be- DANN COMPLETES ANOTHER operators use in subsoiling the trees :,, that will fill a long felt want, Mr. 35 CENT Discount '
PROJECT-CANAL BETWEEN and claims that his method brings Irwin having succeeded in devising a

lief.But now comes one Rev. Daniel T. LAKES CONWAY AND better results. I,simple mechanism by which the head-

Denman, writing in the Golfers' Magazine GATLIN On his home place at the corner of I lights of an auto automatically turn

who says-and most emphat- East and South streets he has several exactly with the steering gear so hat For the benefit of
ically says-that ministers should Last week saw the completion of trees which have been treated I I there is never an instant but what our customers -

play golf. I another of II. Carl Dann's big reclamation with this method, and also several i the roadway ahead of the machine is will give 25
we a
"A minister is beset with danger," and improvement projects.The others of the same age and variety flooded with light.

says Rev. Denman. "One of the twelve foot wide and 1,500 foot which have received the same treat- The mechanism allows for the tak- cent cash discount on

greatest dangers he faces is that he i,Ion; canal connecting Lakes Conway ment in every respect save the sub- ing of any light, or fitting any car per

will cease to be human unless he devotes -'!and Gatlin was completed by L. N. soiling. The difference between these and always finding the road instantly. all goods sold during the

a certain part of his time to Lewis on Thursday last, just one trees is amazing and is proof posi- Its simplicity lies in the fact that
month to the day from the time it tive that some forms of dynamiting month of and
some health-giving sport. Therefore, 11 there are only four parts, these being July August. '
he should try golf. was started. Mr. Lewis, who has are money makers.IMMIGRATION I two brackets and two rach rods. The

"If a minister ceases being humanif had over thirteen years experience in I retail price is most reasonable and .

he becomes all spiritual-he loses canal construction, is an expert in his AND THE WAR 'j there has already been created a demand -

his hold on men, especially on young line, and though he had several set- That the European war has virtu- 'I I which is keeping the estab- Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

men. There is nothing that will keepa backs in the present undertaking,nev- ally "stopped" emigration to the lishment of the Emmerson Manufacturing -

man human more than occasional ertheless completed the canal exactly United States is usually assumed. It I company, of Detroit, busily engaged -

engaging in sport. And there is no Ion schedule time.Arrowhead. has not actually done so, for accord- day and night in turning out I DIREcroRS AND EMBALMERS.Cor. .

better sport than golf. Is DiscoveredIn I ing to the latest official bulletin 321- these attachments, Mr. Irwin having
"A minister should play golf be-I the course of the work Mr. Lewis I 1842 aliens arrived during the eight contracted with this manufacturing :I Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando, Fla.

cause it keeps him out in the open, I came across many curious objects months ended with January. Of these concern for the output of his inven- :i

because it gives him beneficial exercise which were dug up by the workmen. 16,460 were not admitted, leaving the tion. I

and develops the ability to coordinate Ore of these objects was an old In- apparent addition to population at

brain and muscle in doing a dian arrowhead which was dug up 315,282.
thing of skill. Golf reveals unsus- three feet underground. The arrow- What the war has really done is LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES CO.

pected resources; it cultivates the head is chipped out of a variety of to cause an outward human flow near-

f grace of body; it calls up courage and flint which, though common in parts I Ily equal to the inward. During these *
brings out the fighting spirit. It of Florida, is not found in this local eight months 312,181 aliens departed
Our budwood is selected from the well-known of Perrin&Thompson, Florence Villa, from the best bearing
gives the minister a physical domi- ity. The head is perfect save for the from the United States, so that the grove
trees and the best bearing branches on those trees. Our root system is our pride. Come to Bartow and let intake
nance which serves him well in the fact that a part of the shank by actual increase of population by immigration -
of which it you out and see our clean, healthy stock.
presence men. was fastened to the arrow was only 3,101.
Quite a flock of medical gents have had been broken off. Much has ben heard about "reserv- PROOFS FACTS

come right out in the open and said The fact that it was found so far I I ists rushing home to fight. Yet only Our trees cdipering a half inch and less are set To the grove owners there is a great satisfaction in
that golf is such a trying game thatit underground proves that it has been Russia of the nations at war showsTlllMIMHMMIHirVMirffimillitlMMIMI out along side of nursery trees from other nurseries knowing as his trees come into bearing that they are

will put a man's nerves completelyon calipering three-quarters to an inch, and are walk-: the best, that each is true to name, from a parenting
the blink. They've said that many away from them. We prove our claim of merit by stock that has a record for quantity and quality re-
sweet tempered nerveless gents have I M6IIMt I 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
taken up golf' and after clinging to BREAKERS HOTEL : day by day. field Nursery trees.
the game for a while have suffered
DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA : GET OUR CATALOGThe
ruined dispositions, contracted nerves ,
and other nasty ailments such as loss I Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch says: "Its called a catalog; it ia more than that, it is a work of art, a masterpiece." J
I Well screened, no mosquitoes. Rooms cool and airy. I
of temper, fretfulness, and inclina- You should have a copy. It rings true.
: Hot and Cold running water in every room :
tion to use profanity upon the slight- 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
: estprovocation. : : you should demand in a nursery tree. A copy free to you. .
But a medical champion has arisento I ; Reduced rates from July 15th to September 15th, $8 to ; ;

defend the golfing game. He's Dr. ; ; $10 per week, American Plan. : .

Sheldon Levitt, who writes in theGollers' : New Bath House Free to Guests :
Lake Garfield Bartow Florida
Nurseries
Company
Magazine that "golf does not ,
breed nervousness." The strangest MRS. N. M. KURTZ, Prop. \ :[

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Tree Unless Budded From Bear I NO Fruit Grower can afford to ignore this


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

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

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

Florida, yes, in the WORLD, where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for their superiority. ..

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

I 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

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

building, and placed :Mr. 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
a xf'i
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 a new grove, with success as your aim.





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LEE AND JACKSON HIGHWAY IS Cheyenne. The climate is ideal all I ALGAE IS IN THE WATER PLENTY WAR STUFF IN THIS BIG FRISCO CONVENTIONSan I The most successful shoppers in the

ASKED the year round. MAN'S HOME II world are inveterate readers of the
Trunk lines of several railroads I Atlanta, Ga., July 19.-A report Francisco, July .-Arrange- advertisements in their local newspapers -
Tampa, Fla.-That the Tampa board pass near Fort Logan so that at amoment's i that "Algy" was in one of Atlanta's New York.-Russia, which has been ments for the convention of the j I I and their
of trade and the Central Florida notice officers from the I city waterworks reservoirs and that forced to retreat because of lack of United States Building and Loan successes are
Association would support a school could be rushed east to the big I brought about mainly through the adVance -
Highway i the big lake had been shut off, threat- munitions of war, might like to hear League, to be held the last week of !:
mov.r a Lee-Jackson highway with military post of Fort Leavenworthand I information gleaned from the
one tlllunal at Tampa and the other to the Atlantic coast, or south to !!ening a water famine, created wild from Tomasso Matarzzo, of No. 185 July at the Inside Inn, on the exposition -'advertisements. If a bargain is offered -

\\ayiington was the gist of a tele- the Mexican border, or west to the excitement in city hall yesterday, until Grand street, this city. grounds, are complete.The I I' at a store that advertises theysee

gram sent to Richard II. Edmonds, Pacific coast. it was learned that "Algy" is Tomasso's wife rushed into police sessions will open July 26 witha it and rush forth to buy before it
editor of the Manufacturers Recordat It is urged here that no new build spelled algae and is the name of a headquarters last night, crying that business meeting of the California .is gone and the price returns to normal -
Baltimore, by Mr. Dickie yester- ings would be necessary at Fort 1.0-1! species of aquatic vegetation which he had threatened to kill her and as- Building Loan league. The national again. In this way they supply
1 day. gan, as the present structures I suring the desk lieutenant that she body will convene at 9:30 o'clock the most of their wants throughout the
:", Mr. Edmonds has always been deep- be fully sufficient. I j grows and spreads very rapidly when knew her danger to be imminent. So following morning, Tuesday.: Ad- year, and often secure more goods for
ly interested in movements for the IJ J i it takes root in a body of water. Detectives Finn and Dolan were sent dresses of welcome will be delivered less cost than their neighbors who are

upbuilding of this city and as he is HINT TO LOCAL MOVIE MANA After analyzing specimens of the to the Grand street house with her. by Mayor Rolph, by J. M. Hunter, of neglectful of the opportunities her-
the one who suggested the LeeJackson GERS-ORLANDO WANTSTO growth to determine that it is in no I They arrested her husband after Los Angeles, president of the California alded in the local press. The habitof
highway it is believed he will SEE THIS way poisonous, the waterworks de- searching the rooms, and in the rooms Building Loan league. Charles devouring the ads. is growing
take up the offer of the Florida or- partment gave it a liberal dose of they reported that they had found: I I I Eugene Clark, of Covington, Ky. steadily upon the people, and the wise
ganizations to help make it a reality.Mr. Los Angeles, Cal.-William Sulzer, copper sulphate and it is being rapidly 3 revolvers 32 calibre; 2, 38. president of the United States league, merchant knows this and prepares to
Dickie's telegram follows: former governor of New York, pro- eliminated. Meanwhile, however, 1 dozen razors. I will reply. meet it.
Lee-Jackson Highway Suggested"The poses to try to vindicate himself in the reservoir is cut off to prevent the 1 sword.
Lee and Jackson highway the eyes of the public by presenting grass from getting into the filtration 1 billy.
.. should be a reality. Suggest for :in a photo play the series of events plants and clogging them beyond re He is held for violation of the Sullivan Easy To Open Easy To Close
route Washington, Richmond, Wil- i that led up to his impeachment, he pair. law.Savings. ,

mington, Charleston, Savannah, I announced today. i Dust Proof Moderate In Price
Brunswick, Jacksonville, Palatka, I He will take the stellar role in this Advertise in the Morning Sentinel I checks collected is moneyin ,
Sanford, Kissimmee, Lakeland and five reel production, which will be and get results. the bank. 77tfHart's
Tampa. Can secure support of need- called "The Governor's Boss." The
ed men and suggest calling of meet- drama was written by'James S. Bar-
ing in Lakeland middle of September, cus, and deals with doings of certain Meat Prices (T)
when Central Florida Highway Asso- crooked politicians who, Sulzer claims, o.
ciation meets; greatest aggregation were primarily responsible for his 0)S --
of good roads advocates in Florida.I downfall. Cannot Be Beat r' aY ,

You should request governors to endorse I Pauline Hall will appear opposite k
and appoint commissioners to Sulzer in the production.
be at meeting. Call on me for help CQOur 0S

and you will get support. (Signed) PURITY CONGRESS OPENS '
L. P. Dickie, secretary Central Flor- Special Prices ....S. .......... 1.

ida Highway Association." San Francisco, July 19.-The ninth CHUCK STEAK .... ............................................ lOc. r.1.o.. --. -1
This route is the same as approvedby international Purity Congress opened .. CD' ) :
the Central Florida Highway As- here at the exposition grounds yes- ROUND STEAK .................. .............................. 1;)(. :
a
sociation for the "Florida Scenic terday and will last a week. Addresses LOIN STEAK .................................................. 18c. I
Route," and is declared to be both I f
and desirable. were delivered at the meeting by. FLORIDA PORK ............................................... 18c.
practicable various city and state officials, by An- !
A. J. Holworthy, of the Lakeland thony Comstock, secretary of the New WESTERN PORK ................ .............................. 22c. Eola Box Fileis j
board of trade, was in the city yes- York Society for the Suppression of CASH ONLY
terday and the matter was decided on Viceand by William Sulzer, formerly
at a conference between him and Mr. governor of New York state. the most desirable addition to your office outfit. Tele 1
Dickie, whose guest he was. It was
suggested that the matter should be Yesterday was observed was "Purity as such Sunday"and in the P.C.HARTPIIOXE phone and we will bring one around and-show you. j
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taken up at the next meeting of the churches of many cities at the request VV. S. BRANCH t
board of directors of the Central Flor- ,
of the exposition managementand 213. 33: WEST CHURCH ST.ANNONCMNT .
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE .:
ida Highway Association at Lakeland, the World's Purity Federation, THE ARCADE
September 15. under the auspices of which the con-
gress is held and devoted to the de- tlitlMilHIIiemmiMIIIMMHIItHltllllMlilMiI .

Denver A NEW, Colo.-Following"WEST POINT"ex-presi- I! and struction public of vice.the white slave traffic I { { MOST INTERESTING{ { i THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEYFANCY


dent Taft's demand for a new "West There are two street crossings on
Point" to be located somewhere in the West Central avenue where drainage Mrs. Mary A. Cox GEORGIA PEACHES, 35 cents A BASKETThe f
West, Denver has started a move- facilities are incapable of carrying off Free Stone Bells and Elberta. See me for crate lots for

ment to demand that the second the surplus water following or duringa Received today from New York the newest and sweetest: collars, preserving and canning.: My price is right.
United States military academy, if heavy rain. This condition shouldbe hair ornaments, and shirt waists, in which are reflected the last CHICKENS HENS AND FRYERS 18c. to 25c.
a pound.
such be established, be located at Fort remedied. minute in modes. Shipments are being received constantly.
Logan. FRESH EGGS, 25c. a dozen.

The federal government owns the Neutrality should begin at home. SANITARY TOILET PAPER, 6 rolls for 23e.
- land on which Fort Logan stands, and What will it avail to keep the sun I GLENDALE APARTMENTS. 501 WEST Sf ORlANDO, FLORJDA j :
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THE DAILY ORLANDO GOESLAKELAND 1 CAR TO EVERY CITIZENS IN ORLANDO MEN SHIP CAR LOAD

south Florida Sentinel 22 BETTER. ORLANDO OF FINE FLORIDA CATTLETO i-
Polk county papers are elated over WESTERN MARKETSMr.
MORNING AND WEEKLY the fact that Lakeland, the largest (Continued from
*. ::. GLENN .............._....Editor page 1) I
w. C. ESSINGTOX ......Bu.neM Manager city in the county, with a populationof in Orlando and its suburbs. Then ,V.1.. Davis will leave early I
8,000, has licensed 219 automobiles, stop and consider that one single gar- tomorrow morning for Kissimmee I
Entered the at Florida
at pontoffice Orlando. -
o as Second Class Mail Matter. or about one to every thirty-six in- age in Orlando has contracted for 100 where he will superintend the loadingof

SUBSCRIPTION RATES habitants. cars of the 1916 model of which only thirty-odd cars with cattle, which E1ON1VE

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 Statistics obtained from the officeof three have been delivered, and it is will be sent from that point in a spe- WO
Daily 6 Montha ...................... 2.i 0 the Orange county tax assessor not hard to believe that the numberof cial train
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 I over the Atlantic Coast
Daily. 1 Month .,.,,.................. CO show that Orlando, with virtually the cars in the county will be at least Line, some time during the day, to St.

Weekly 1 Year ...................... SLOG same population as the Polk county I doubled the coming year. Louis, Mo. The cattle, which are all
AIL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN town, has 584 cars, or one for every The cost of the license for these of the Florida brand, were raised on
ADVANCETO fourteen inhabitants.Not motor vehicles varies according to the the prairies bordering the banks of The Store of the Thrift Spirit
ADVERTISERS: a bad showing. Any city in seating capacity of the car, and the famous Lake Tohopekaliga and

Copy for display and all other hand-set I the state, or in any state, for that whether it is for public or privateuse j I the Kissimmee river, and are owned .,.
advertising mart be handed in at.lby taunts matter, will have a difficult time get- for auto trucks the tax varies by the Southport Cattle company, J
office .f. the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... ting ahead of "The Automobile City"
according to the of the
capacity truck. of
the day before puHkmtion. This rule applies composed the following well known
to changes for contract advertising. : it U when it comes down to a question of The former state license fee of $2 gentlemen: H. L. Beeman R. L. Hyer, Yesterday Amer-
:&nriaJIle and will be strictly adhered to. our average
fine bona
motor and fide
cars sta- has been abolished and one county W. M. Davis, Orlando, and J. M. Lee
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued tistics. license is now good all over the state. and Ruhl Bass, of Kissimmee.
should notify the office in writing on ican
was a spendthrift
the date of expiration otherwise it will be o The license for a two passengercar They will be loaded in Mobile & wanton
continued until notice at to the stop regular is reeeived.subscription rates KNOX-BACOX BLOCK UNDERGO is $10 when for hire, and $3 for Ohio railroad cars and will go direct

Telephone Namb-r ..,................... Jl ING MANY IMPROVEMENTS private use. A five passenger car Montgomery, Ala., where they will wastefulness was the national
,license is $20 for public, and $5 for be met by Mr. Davis, who leaves
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1915.
i Under the direction of Jas. A. Knox j I I:private use, a six to ten passenger car Thursday afternoon over the Atlantic weakness. Today a spirit of ,
the Knox-Bacon block, on East Pine license is $30 for public and $10 for Coast Line for that point, unloaded in
You just can't rub off the smile of
street, is undergoing some marked private use. pens, fed, watered, and allowed to thrift is
the ice man. improvements on the second floor. Auto truck license for trucks carrying rest before continuing their journeyto sweeping over the nation
f 0 Over the hallway between the north 1, 2 and 3 thousand pounds is St. Louis.
And some times a word to the wife and south suites of rooms a large $15, $30, $40, respectively, when for Mr. Davis expects to make his and men and women are begin-
i I is sufficient to start something. skylight will' be installed, and the interior hire, and $10, $20 $30 when for private headquarters in that city for a few

f Every person who 0 encounters rain of both suites have been redecorated use. I days to look after their marketing. ning to take care of the pennies.
and refinished. The rooms By using your pencil to do a little
f- on his vacation pronounces it a proof are light, airy and well ventilated,and more figuring you will soon see that THE CITY COUNCIL Our
of luck which is his." Mid-Summer Sales
i "just when the work of remodelling is com- autoists pay no inconsiderable amount are em- I
r o pleted will be handsome and comfort- into the treasury of the state of
l Not as an expert, but simply as a able. Mr. The city council met yesterday and phasizing before that
Knox has leased the north Florida and the county of Orange.For as never
tree remark those Germans after approving several bonds and
man up a we -
suite
of rooms to Dr. Sykes, a well these and many other reasons,
t do seem to have some fighting known dentist who formerly residedin "too numerous to mention," let's buy paying some bills adjourned. the wise expenditure of one's I
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Orlando. Dr. Sykes removed from more autos. ,
{ o Orlando to South Carolina, but aftera
In the between the income is made most
f settling dispute short time there decided that there LOYAL MOOSE ELECT Jacob Burkhard profitableat
United States and Germany, we all
was no city on the globe like Orlando.
hope the pen will be mightier than the Dickson-Ives Co.
Here
Consequently his removal to this city San Diego, Cal.-More than six are 1
the sword. PLUMBER
again is gratifying news. Mr. Knox : thousand members of the Loyal Orderof
0 has not announced who will occupy I Moose attended the celebrationhere additional proofs for
Some people do get awful finicky the
south
suite. last of the
when night election of E. J.
they get prosperous. Kansas
City is trying to stop the odor from Kenning, of San Diego, as supreme : Tuesday
FROM ILLINOIS ON PROSPECTING dictator of the order. I Wednesday
its slaughter houses.If Better Known as "Jake, the Plumber"HAS ,
o TRIP-TO SANFORD Judge Charles E. Creighton, of San
TODAY Francisco, was elected trus-
we were to judge by the numberof supreme Thursday .
new automobiles in Orlando we tee, and John Ford, of Pittsburgh, .
Messrs. Hal W. Stone, W. A. Whit- prelate.
would have to say that prosperity is
comb, and II. D. Bunnell, of Bloomington Co .
coming by leaps and bounds.
OPENED A PLUMBING SHOP
111., spent last evening in Or- Sentinel Want Ads Pay.
o
lando, at the San Juan hotel, and
Why worry if the watermelon sea- RemnantsCounter
son is about over, grapes are coming from here will motor to Sanford. TEMPORARY CHANGE OF LOCATION ON WEST PINE STREET, JUST I
They are on a prospecting tour, Mr.
into the local markets, and they are
I Whitcomb having been here
many
better than ever-so it is said-no Owing to the ACROSS FROM FOUNDRY.
times before. They were greatly im- rebuilding which is
"sour" ones. now going on in the Guernsey Block No. 1
pressed with the beauties
o of Orlando I have been compelled to close up the A
and all three are contemplating Royal Palm Barber Shop, but the
So far as the weather is concerned,
spending the forthcoming winter in barbers can be found at J. B. Harris'
there is practically no difference be- Silk RemnantsExtra
Church
this city. They stated that the finan- place on street, ready to serve
tween this year last year, and the you. Thanking you for favors,
year before at this time the year be- cial and business outlook in the North Yours truly, Phone 204
fore last year. was improving. I 7-20-12t* ELIJAH WHITEHEAD. good bargains at this table.

n- Remnants of Silks in lengths one-half to
Don't croak. Leave that for the I i..seo.e.e tla..titOIII.Da.III..I.., .r. .. .. .. . . . . . ., ..
frogs in stagnant pools. A few croakers : 5 yards, in desirable weaves and colors.

though, are necessary in every Will be soldTuesday
community to measure the rate of '.

progress at which men- are advancing.o DEMAND DECREASES THE PRICE Wednesday, Thursdayat

Why does a motorcycle make more One-half Price
noise than a locomotive? For the

same reason, perhaps, that a gnat-

than brained does individual a man makes with more plenty noise of The output of any article makes the price. The Counter No. 2


brains. o larger the output the smaller margin of profit the White GoodsVoiles

The advertisements in the Sentinelare : manufacturer afford to take.
can
invitations for your trade. The Batistes, Crepe, Rice Cloth, J

wide these range columns of makes goods it advertised possible for in Our output has increased to the place where we Seed Voiles. On sale


any you need.to select Get articles acquainted to supply with these most can afford to cut the price. You receive the benefit Tues., Wed., Thurs., one-half Price


advertisers. o and as the demand for our Ice Cream. grows so will Counter No. 3Fancy

!, Some folks, so it is said, stay the price decrease.
awake all night worrying over the alleged -

try. Well unpreparedness, over in Europe of they this boasted coun-- It Melts in Your Mouth. A Cream that delights 1 Wash GoodsIn


landed of their them preparedness into the greatest and it world has the palate and lingersin Seed Voiles, Crepe, Lawn, Organ-

war ever known. the memory dies, Handkerchief Linens, Tissues, Nov- ,

o elties etc. also Percale and Ginghams. ,wOn
The Sentinel is at all' times favored ;

when told of the doings of home pea sale
ple and their friends or visitors. It is VANILLA PEACH PISTACHIO LEMON
Tues. Wed. Thurs. one-half Price
not a bother to take even one per- CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE CARAMEL MACAROON ,
sonal-it is helpful to the Sentinel
when its readers remember little STRAWBERRY CHERRY MAPLE COFFEE

F' items of personal interest and writeor BANANA TUTI FRUTI RASPBERRY ORANGE Ribbon RemnantsOne

j telephone them to us.

Frank Klug, who o mysteriously dis- IN EFFECT TO-DAY---WEDNESDAY JULY 21st table heaped high with the season's -

appeared from his home near Mil- accumulations. Widths from 1-4 in.

been waukee murdered, and was, and supposed for which to Nick have Packed and Delivered any Place in the CityBULK to 6 in. Solid colors, Fancies, Novelties.

Georgian was serving a sentence of Plain with fancy borders, etc. On sale

twenty-five years, turned up the other TWO OR MORE COLORS
day hale and hearty. "The dead BRICK.. \VITH ICE CENTERS ICES Tues., Wed., Thurs., one-half priceORLANDO'S
man" left home
on account of dis-

couraging was found domestic murdered relations.the body A man was 1 qt. $ .40 $ .50 $ .60 $ .40

identified as Klug's, the crime was
fastened on "Nick" and now he is 2 qt. .75 .90 1.05 .75
: doing time. Verily married folks do

seem to have a hard o time. 3 qt. 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.00 Dickson-Ives Co


The Germans are coming down
from he North with their eyes still 4 qt. 1.40 1.65 1.90 1.20

fixed on Warsaw, for the possessionof
which they have been reaching for-
ward from every side almost from At the factory unpacked 30c qt. bulkHand's t .DEPARTMENT STORt.

the beginning of the war. The occu- ..
pation of Przamysz, about fifty miles
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
from the Polish
capital, reported in
the Berlin official statement, is thei The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

,.-'l first important step in the new adft Ice Cream Co. of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

s vance. For this strongly fortified ? .. chandise, at right pricesr

.it t': ;. :..' town since the Germans February have; it was been once contending be-- I Phone 566 H. E. HAND, Prop. Phone 666 |

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Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I
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SOCIAL AND. CLUB CALENDAR furnished by the McIntosh orchestra Admission 5 Cent ,1
which was at its best all evening.
Wednesday, July 21.
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Bachelor Miss Jean Person Mrs L. R. Mulholland was chaperonfor aiM .... I-I.IIU MI..I 1.1 U

hostess.IIS'; the occasion. TODAY'S PROGRAM 1 r'.
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July
ay "
Majestic. "The Old Chemist. A
Kit Kare will picnic at Camp
METHODISTSEWING drama, in two parts.
Flonuzea.
Komic. ")ILxed Values." A
Subscription dance at the Country CIRCLE. com- .YM

.Club. Yesterday afternoon the Methodist "WHERE'S MY HUSBAND" I edy.Majestic.. Comedy, "Rival Bakers." U El io
Sewing Circle met with Mrs. C. E. Four good reels of Mutual movies. : )* j
A Mine
BAPTIST MOUNTAIN Howard. The afternoon was spent Comedy. Five cents to all.
!\\r SSION
doing needlework. There was a good I
Monday afternoon the meeting of.. number of members present and con- THLY+: ANTICIPATE HAVING "A
the Missionary Society of the Baptist siderable work was accomplished.Next BIG TIME" ALWAYS OX TIME 0 j

church held a most interesting meet- Tuesday afternoon the ladies THE WINTHROP DIAMONDSA can be he who carries one of our watches. For they beat the sun in
ing in the ladies' parlor of the church.A will meet with :Mrs. Joe Davis. See thin model watches
Lubin Drama."DESTINY About forty members of the Or- accuracy. our new if :you would have a
good attendance of members was
lando Lodge of Elks are contemplating time piece that takes up hardly any room. They are especially
present in spite of the bad weather BIRTHDAY for dress
I time" this adapted evening ; though many men find them equallyfine
having a "big evening,
and the which in charge
was
program PARTY. for See them
everyday wear. any way. .
when they to Sanford to assist
Sip
of Mrs. J. P. Holbrook and Miss Eu- Monday evening a most pleasant go Ilb.
nice DeLaney, was greatly enjoyed by birthday party was celebrated at the DECIDES"A that lodge in making "fullfledgedbillies" ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
E of four candidates who are |
all. Mrs. Holbrook read a paper on home of Mrs. J. R. Yearby, in honorof .j
anxious to the antlers. The i j
Biograph Drama. wear
the under discussion for the i ;
subject the hostess' sister, Miss Frances !
local Elks will start from the Homeat =A'T :
afternoon, "Missions in the Moun Rock. The hostess was assisted in
6:30 and those who have arranged I ._
tains. -
Mrs. Dave -- --
serving by
Rogers. Quitea
should be there that hour.I
to go at
After the reading of this paper the number were present and a delightful Remember, two coats of Patton's
others to share in the
meeting was thrown open and the time was enjoyed. THE LANDING OF THE PIL- I Any desiring Velumina gives results equal to three
subject was discussed by the mem- festivities, should make it known this I or four coats of ordinary flat wall
bers. The mountain region in which GRIMS" morning with the manager of the paints. Remember, it needs no size .
SOCIETY NOTESOF
Home. or surfacer, flows easily, shows no
these missions are located is the Appalachian INTEREST.Mr. An Edison Drama.A --- laps or brush marks, gives a rich,
region in the eastern and and Mrs. II. L. Beeman last r uniform tone, and dries with a film,
BASEBALL THIS AFTERNOONAND washable and durable.
southeastern portion of the United
evening entertained in
informally i Agents for high-grade varnishes,
States. In 1890 the first Baptist mis- honor of the birthday of their son, THURSDAY 1+sR ISIt paints and wallpaper.
sion was organized for work in this Mr. Edwin Beeman. About twenty- 1I
GOOD BILL The Orlando baseball team, colored, W4IL-:
region and from that day to this the five young people were present. Danc- I
work has grown year by until will cross bats this afternoon and Orlando Paint &
Wall
year ing was indulged in and a most delightful Paper Co
the present time when there are 34 affair those again Thursday afternoon with the
was reported by
missions in the region. These schoolsare present. Tampa team, on the diamond at the / 205 S. Orange Avenue

doing a great work in improvingthe 5 cents 10 cents Fair Grounds. These two teams are Phone 261

conditions among the mountain :Mrs. Allan Weathersbee yesterday evenly matched and will, no doubt, COLEMAN & RHAN a

people. The meeting was very enthu- charmingly entertained the Younger put up a good quality of ball. Local i
siastic and much interest was arousedin Matrons Card Club at her home on I fans will see a very interesting game,
Tomorrow "The Fight." An and worth while.
the discussion. South Orange avenue. :Mrs. James : one
1
Magruder won the prize, a pretty silver exceptional Five Reel Feature. NEW ICE
COMPANY
METHODIST LADIES' spoon. Delicious refreshments SEE OUR SKATING RINK AD. for a aJ
AID SOCIETY.The were served. special attraction. 7-13-tf

Ladies' Aid of the Methodist I PHONE 675

church held an important meeting Miss Mary Guernsey and :Miss

:Monday afternoon in the ladies' par- Mary Holt left yesterday morningover The [Cathedral; SchoolOrlando's I .
lor of the church. Mrs. Giles pre- the Atlantic Coast Line for Day- /

sided over the meeting and consider- tona Beach where they will spend a ROOf GARDEN(
able routine business was completed.The week. While enjoying old ocean's Select Boarding and Day I Delivery starts A i iI

members of the society have breezes they will make their home at School for Girls

agreed to turn their Peoples National the Breakers. 16th Year opens October 6th, 1915 I Monday July 5th 1
Bank savings checks into the treas- Primary, Intermediate and Academic ,
ury of the organization in order to NEGRO DROWNED YESTERDAY Grade3

help out on the church fund for which TODAY Also Music, Art, Elocution, Physical J 1J
they are working. After the busi- Yesterday afternoon while wadingout Culture and Domestic Science.
ness had been disposed of delightful in a lake near the poor farm I For Catalogues address the Rector, Wait for our wagon. We think you will c

light refreshments were served. Leonard Lamb, one of three negroes, !
Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, A. M., like our loe. '.
:
was drowned. The man who
was "THEIR SECRET" Orlando, Fla.
DR. LEY AND drowned had waded far out while fish-
FAMILY RETURN.Dr. ing in the lake and his pole got out Complete in two acts.

and Mrs. J. B. Ley and daugh- !of his grasp. In attempting to get it Big-U Drama. j

ters, the Misses Hallie, Esther, and :he got beyond his depth, and being
Ruth Ley, and Miss Lillie Roux, returned unable to swim could not save him- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
yesterday from Daytona where self. It is said that the man's companions ,

they have spent several days most delightfully -I made no effort to save him,
at the Daytona Beach ho- whether deterred by fear or inabilityto "ELEVEN TO ONE"A Established 1386 i i'I{

tel. They report that quite a numberof I swim is not known.In Masterful Drama."SCHULTZ '1!
Orlandoites are now enjoying the dragging for the body it was located -

pleasures of the coast town. I once, but the dragging hooks
;came loose, and at last reports it had CURTIS & O'NEAL
,
DANCE AT THE not been relocated. ---
ROOF GARDEN. ORCHESTRA"Joker

Last evening at the Roof Garden TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR Comedy.Max INSURANCE LOANS i
the "younger set" gave a delightful' RENT-Anderson bungalow on
Lake Conway for rent furnished.
dance. Quite a number of young people Inquire of Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, Asher, Gale Henry, William .
were present and the dancing con- Pine Castle. Rent reasonable. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
tinued until a late hour. Music was 721U.Vhen Farney.A .

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For' Sale

The One-Price Theater

The COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price


$4500.00. A bargain.

"\ 10 cents 5 cents
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Special Vanilla Special
keep right up to the minute, and have everything a first- PEACH

class drug store should cary. CARAMELICE Tuti Fruits Chocolate Bisque

Pound can pure Violet Talcum Powder -----________________19c CREAMS. Y

Wright's White Violet Talcum ----------------___________17c Pineapple .
Jergin's Crushed Roses, glass bottle ------------____________7c
Colgate's Violet Cashmere Boquet Eclat and Baby Talcum15cCome J.

to us for :your medicine and drug store things and CANTALOUPE SUNDAE, lOc. \Ve deliver from one quart upHand's

know you will get the right kind-right .prices. We appreciateyour

trade. Registered Pharmacist always in charge.On .

Saturday next between eight and ten o'clock we will give \&J 1

with every glass of cherryade a box of Maxixe Cherries.
CLUB SANDWICH 25c. Pure Ice Creamt


MERCK'S PHARMACYThe 1.

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Rexall Store d
and Delivered for All

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SONS OF THE REVOLUTION TO WRITE A MILLION WORDS AS I'I TABER RUNS FASTEST MILE WAR DOES NOT HURT DIAMOND r LUSITANIA VICTIMS I Limerick coast. A telegram today

MEET PRACTICE, SAYS FITCH I I EVER RECORDED TO MARKET from Wesley Frost, American consulat
I A MAN I
London.-One German industry that London.-A body supposed to be Queenstown, to Newton B. Knox,
19. The Sons of Washington, July 19.
San Francisco, July University i
the British blockade is unable to' an American mining engineer and
of the American Revolution, an or- -George Fitch, the humorist, authorof I New York.-On the track of the that of Lindon W. Bates, of New
touch relates to diamonds. When the
friend of Mr. Bates, said a watch and ;
ganization which had its birth in San Vest Pocket Essays, told the stu- Harvard stadium, Friday, July 16, war broke out, a German syndicate York, who lost his life on the Lusi- a cigarette case with Mr. Bates' monogram -
Francisco in 1875, will meet here July dents that a million words already Norman S. Taber, formerly of Brown found itself with a stock of rough diamonds tania, has been washed ashore on the was found on the body.
23 and 24, immediately following the written and gone over carefully is university, now a Rhodes scholar atj I I'I worth over $7,500,000, which I I
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which will be held not too much practice preliminary to t I I
national congress Oxford university, ran a mile inj had been bought in German Southwest -
in Portland. the submission of a short story for 41235. This is the fastest ever accomplished -i*r Africa. This syndicate now SKATING RINK
Forty-eight states now have socie- sale.' Some of the students gasped a I I by a human being, and I hires expert Belgian cutters at low

ties in this organization, which has little. : beats all previous records of the wages and disposes of the stones in
more than 15,000 members. Ten dele- "That's only a short universitycourse I world both amateur and professional. the United States by way of Hol
gates from San Francisco will go to ," said Mr. Fitch, noting the ;.j The former amateur mark was
Carnival and Dance
the Portland congress and escort the astonishment. "That's a thousand 4:142-5, by John Paul Jones, of Cornell land.The United States is now practically Masquerade
members to San Francisco.All words a day for three years. And a university, in 1913, and the pro- the only country buying diamonds,
plans for entertainment have thousand words a day is only fair fessional figures are 4:1234, by W. G. and the market there seems as briskas Night of July 23rd
been made in San Francisco. The practice. The writer should practice George, in 1886. ever.
delegates will be met at the ferry just as faithfully as the musician, Taber beat George's mark by three- .
Production of stones has practically "
building by a reception committee the painter, the athlete and all who I twentieths of a second. stopped, since the mines in South Skating in Mask and Costume, 7:30: to 9 o'elo9k. '

consisting of Col. and Mrs. C. H. work to excel must practice. For the entire journey Taber trav- Africa are closed down, their engi- Unmasked 9:30: to 10 o'clock. Dancing
and Mrs. William H. "Just one two pieces of advice: '
Blinn, Mr. or elled at an average of 22 feet and a neering staffs disbanded and native
Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Study the marketing as well as the fraction per second. laborers repatriated. It will take a from 10 to 12
Zoeth S. Eld- writing of a and be omniv-
Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. story an long time after peace is declared be-
redge, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bunker, orous taker of notes," he said. An ad. the is CENTS
in the Morning Sentinel is a fore industry restored to its ADMISSION 10
Marshall Hale' and Hor- "The usual practice begin-
Mr. and Mrs. among safe investment old proportions.
ace Davis. ners in short story writing is to writea Dancing Gentlemen 50c. Ladies Free
,
Headquarters will be at the Palace story and then pick out the maga-

1 hotel. An automobile trip throughthe zine in which they would like to ap- i Where Shall I Go To School?I
scenic parts of the city will be pear, instead of choosing the maga-

the first thing on the program. The zine that takes that type of product.The FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR THE STATE UNIVERSITY
delegates will go to the exposition at result is that Century, Scribner's, WOMEN Gainesville, Fla.
noon and win be in the hands of the the Atlantic, and others get a vast Tallahassee, Fla. ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

guests committee for the rest of the amount of material that the editor Standard the same as those of the Highest standards, ranking with the
day. Luncheon has been arranged in dislikes, despises and will not have best colleges and universities in the largest and best Universities of the
the California building. A banquet under any conditions. country. North and East.
SHEET METAL CO.
will be held on the evening of the "Now, as to the taking of notes: Modern buildings and equipment;
all modern conveniences.
23rd at the Palace hotel. When I was a cub reporter, Robert J. enrollment
437 students regular term; 163
I On the 24th, which has been desig- Burdette, whose heart was overflow- summer term; total enrollment last I I I School. .
nated as "Sons of the RevolutionDay" ing with kindness toward all, told me session 636.Tuition I I Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
I I Tuition free, excepting $20.00
to fill notebooks with idea Free in College and Normal per
at the exposition, the delegatesand every or :
School. semester for law.
and Rubber
members will meet at the Scott half-idea that occurred to me. He For Catalogue and information, RoofingsCornices
street entrance at 1 o'clock in the afternoon said he had done it and thus had For further information, addressA.
A and will march to the Courtof stored up for himself a supply of writeEDWARD CONRADI, President. A. MURPHREE, President. Skylights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
Abundance where exercises will be ideas on which he could keep runningfor

} : held. ten years if not another idea oc- Works: 14 E. Church St. II : ORLANDO
+1 curred to him for ten years more. I
PUNS AS HE PAYS $140 FINE took his advice and have found it ex-

q Winsted, Conn."A dear deer," cellent. I beg to pass it on to you." r r

': commented Elmer Dinge, of Bulls r 4
4 Bridge, today when fined $140 for The fellows who are kicking the
shooting a deer. hardest about the hot weather are the r The MarketOF
.
same "ginks" that were making all
: The Kaiser is reported as having the fuss a few weeks ago about "how CLEANLINESS_ OF QUALITY
-1- said the war will end in October. cool it is." POST
OPPOSITE OFFICE ,
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FRESH AND SALT MEATS!B
v finals in the British football' season. Get the news In the Sentinel first.
Kept under the best sanitary eoaditieefl.

Everything screened away from the files, and kept frtah
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and Dur' _
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ST. JOHNS RIVER EXCURSIONS We invite ingpeetioa... foaraatee catkf action. We have ,

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t Kaltex Furnituremeets

: $7 .00

with the growing demand for strong, sanitary and serviceable -

Including meals and berth furniture; it is ideal for the veranda, sun-parlor and cottage, Valspar J

as well as for the living room, den and library. The soft brown It pays to use the Best. \
Tickets sale. Return limit 5
days
now on color and beauty of design make a most pleasing contrast with the You can get the BEST of everything in Wall Papers,

fi r' LUXURIOUSLY APPOINTED STEAMER more severe and dark-toned furniture used in the past. Paints and Varnishes at r

Every piece of Kaltex carries the maker's guarantee and we

'-'- OSOEOL.A.J"Leaves heartily recommend it; call at our store and see the extra fine selection Finley's Pioneer Paint Store 41

I- we are showing at unusually moderate prices.
f Sanford Tues., Thurs. and Sat.11:30 A.M. Corner Pine and Court St. Phone 67

A combination daylight and searchlight trip We have the best men and the best equipment to do

of 400 miles through the heart of Florida OSCAR HAND & SON"The the best work. The best is the cheapest.

.t Mastic Paint Pee-Gee
Flatkoat
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I WANTSThe c\feU Wowa MILK 1


Here

Morning Sentinel RantDhectory Were strong for the Wellington DEPOT
is the Greatest Want Pipe. hi built on exactly the correct
Ad Medium in Orlando. principle for the coolest sweetest -
cleanest smoke you ever did i '"
Terms Cash in Advance. enjcy in the big chair.
Cement Agatfle Plaster and Lime Smoke Wellington and you wont BUTTER MILK 1"Fresh }
RATES the bowl.because Every Day.
For One Day ______________25t have saliva any cant boiling the fire. You stuff 5c. per glass 1
For Three Days ____________50c load of get to favorite tobacco into "
For Six Days _______________75c this a your good and you re I 25c. per gallon }
r. For One Month ____________$2.50 off for bully a good time.pipe CREAM AND MILK
This rate applies on all ads of .0 from BUTTER j.
Pick Wellington our
5 25 words less. If the ad your j
or con- for preference Fresh Homemade
assortment shape your ,
tains more than 25 words the rate
first-class
every one a pipe. SANDWICHES
will be one cent per word for ,
each sertion.If additional. word, for each in- Good and Bad Cigar Store PIES AND CAKES

A RUUD WATER HEATER the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to 'WIll'I :
counts opened by telephone will be ARCADEMILKDEPOTSURVEYING
i payable the following day. rfMade

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Sentinel Want Ad. 25c35c America

Plating and Sub-Dividing
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FOR SAKE SOCUp PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE I

FOR SALE-Player piano; good me-
chanical condition; 20 rolls music. HAL A. IRISH
Will sacrifice, $250 cash. Address i

every Cabinet Gas range sold this month for an en- Box 733. 7-18-St Civil Engineer

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tirely new service we will give absolutely FREE one RUDD Pair nice MULES mare FOR mules SALE in Rood condition Read the :Morning Sentinel for the 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.

TANK WATER HEATER, regular price $12.00, or we will makean suitable for farm or heavy hauling news. lOc. a week delivered.The ,
; weight about 1,000 pounds. Apply -
P. G. Walton, Gulf __ __ -- ,
allowance of 20 per cent on any RUUD AUTOMATIC or in- Agt. RefiningCo. nn Week End
s Orlando, Florida. 7-17-tfc ,
stantaneous Water Heater.If .
FOR SALE-Ford runabout body, top Typhus In
and wind shield, at Ford Rates
you have a water heater and want a new range let us 7-3-tf Garage.

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

such outbreaks, but there are,
FOR SALE NEW SMYRNA
SIX CYLINDER SEVEN PAS many minor troubles, which
SENGER CAR. THIS IS A BAR detrimental to $1.85
may prove your
GAIN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD {
CAR HURRY. BOX 567. 6-15-tf health, or that of your family, if ORMOND
i you do not safeguard yourself $2.50

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO;: FOR RENT against unsanitary conditions.We VIAAtlantic
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfur-
invite you to come in and
nished flats and dwellings. Jas. A.
DEPARTMENTNoticeSpecial Knox. 7-9-tf assure yourself of our uptodateand Coast LineStandard
GAS entirely sanitary methods.
WANTED
Railroad of the South
WANTED-By reliable OrlandoStealD
party a placeon
edge of city, or suburbs, with Tickets sold for all trains Satur-
outbuildings, chicken coops, etc. Will day and forenoon Sunday, lim-
pay rent or act as caretaker. Ad- LaundryPHONE
dress P. O. Box 754. 7-15-6t* ited to return by midnight of

--- 88 following Tuesday.For .
MASQUERADE CARNIVAL AND
DANCE JULY 23
=--- Skating in mask and costume, 7:30 Information Call on
o'clock.to 9 o'clock. Unmasked 9:30 to 10 D. W. WHITE, D. T. A.
Dancing from 10 to 12. Ad-
mission, 10 cents; dancing, gentlemen W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &T. A. .
50c, ladies free. Orlando Skating CLINT BASSPHONE Orlando
Sale Rink. 7-17-tf 375

Phone 333 for your fresh meats. West Jefferson:Street I
Cut Flowers
Quality and service our motto. Cox's
Meat Market. Church street. 6-22-tf Successor to

BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 12 To reduce our stock as much as pos, and Plants '
Hand Wood
sible by the 15th, will give a discountof | CompanyWood
And for weeks 25 per cent. off our regular cash
continuing two price &on Gore.any goods in stor. Hammond 6-5-tf- of AU:Kinds Floral Designs


I 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ]I choicest Whenever cuts of you meat want,phone the L.best C. Coxon and PROMPT REASONABLE SERVICE PRICED1'i i !

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


On all Ladies' Skirts Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Millinery, "while you wait," at Young's Repair J. M. CARUTHERS
Shop. 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
Kimonas, and House Dresses Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. tdFEdPATH
BUYERS AND SELLERSI
buy, sell rent, and exchange real ,
Men's Palm Beach Suits and Extra Pants at estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 years. Have :handled over DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOII i
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES $20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ETRIST
ORLANDO, FLORIDA DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
RACKARD'S PRESSING CLUB 3TE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Office corner Orange Avenue and
Come and look at our line AND DO ALL KINDS OF Jhareh SL, Dam &: McNeil Bid*,
Located in the Arcade Building orncAi.REP AIJtUO I Phone 419.
I All work guaranteed and neat-
J SOUTH APOPKA SUPPLY CO. ly done. Our work is the best
and our prices are the lowest.
WINTER GARDEN, This is the place to have your

FLA.'J' old clothes made-new. CAREY' HAND .

Suit scrubbed and pressed75c.Suit 1
dry cleaned, pressed60c.Suit 1
pressed _____________40c. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
All Palm Beaches scrubbedand AND EMBALMER .
pressed ---_________50c
Mohair suits pressed ______25c i

. EXCEPTIONAL OFFER Bartti n fs: We a trial do ladies'and work be also.convinced.Give All calls answered Promptly Day ,

Clothes called for and delivered.
. or Night. Hand Block.Orlando :.

Phone 613.
Beautiful lot Lake Lucerne --- Florida. '
on No individual with anything to sell' :

or trade can successfully find a buyeror RESIDENCE PHONE 457
PHONE 639.
with plenty of Foliage trader without the aid of the Sen- y
tinel want ads. Remember that its :
and Trees. circulation represents five-sixths of:
4ew
the Orlando community.Harness j
house 8 rooms and bath.

Price $2000.00 Location 1 perfect, 4 blocks from
Makingand The Orlando Meat Market I
I center of city, east side.
RepairingAll J\
For quick sale $3000. Cash or T. A. YANCY, Manager] ...
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C. A. HOVEY i terms. kinds of leather repairing, such] Wholesale andFforida Retail Dealer in Choice .1
as Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
I Golf Bags, Ladies' and Gents' PocketBooks : and Western Meats 1

1' Auto Cushions and Tops, also '
get'your scissors sharpened. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc. 1
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__ __ __ ___h___ ___ Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
23: West Church Street, in Hopkins ;
Shoe Shop. /Business IJS P. O. BOX 226 '
PHONES Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church'St. f

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Mrs. :M. K. Hester left yesterdayfor
a three weeks visit with relatives
and friends in Sanford.


Mrs. A. N. Goodwin returned yes-
terday afternoon from a delightfulvisit
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j\re uS1re1cbing our.D o ars._ Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker, has been SAVINGS CHECKSARE
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quite ill at the Willola for some days.


Savings checks are money in the WORTH
bank. 7-7-tf

Why not give greater elasticity to your cur- Mrs. Leslie R. Moore and Miss E. $1.04 for Each $1.00They

: rency by making it accomplish larger things-to English, of Haines City, Florida, were
make it farther and its ability to earn in Orlando Tuesday, shopping, and
go prove are given on all cash purchases and on all accounts paid by
more? Dollars stretch to the utmost point of safety -. looking over the city. the 10th of the month. Get them from the below merchants:

here in 4 cent.
earning
t. per W. G. Talton, cashier of the Bankof
Allen & Company, Jewelers. Gordon's Bakery.
several hours Or-
in
Apopka spent W. S. Branch Book Store. Orlando Pharmacy, Drugs.
; Our steady growth in deposits lando yesterday. lie was en route to Butts Refreshments. O. K. Pool Room. f
.. Atlanta on important business. City Drug Store, Drugs. Pure Food Store Groceries. .
and general business is evidenceof Drennen-Lattner Co., Pianos. San Juan Garage, Auto Supplies.
ability to serve our customers John Empie Grocer. T. A. Yancey, Meat Market.
Mrs. Hy. Palmer and daughter, J. L. Feinberg Men's Furnishings. Young's Repair Shop, Bicycles, etc.
well, and the character of our Miss Virginia, came down from Win- Good and Bad Cigar Stores Orange Yowell-Duckworth Company, Dept.
Board of Directors gives assur- 4 % ter Park to spend the week-end with avenue and Arcade building. Store.
I. W. & Son. Co.
Phillips Mayer Candy
Mrs.\ B.1. Robinson.
1 ance of strength and conservative ... J. A. Caplinger, Electrician. Dr. F. F. Thompson, Dentist
management in "stretchingthe Co-Operative Produce Co., Feed. S. S. Jones, Chiropractor.
How many savings checks have you Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co. R. J. Reel. Steam Laundry.T. .
earning capacity of your dol collected? 7-7-tf P. Robinson Photographer.
lars."
V. V. Sharpe, of the wholesale gro-
cery firm of Perkins, Sharpe & Com-
pany, Tampa, was among the well
known Floridians spending yesterdayin They can be deposited for their face value in the savings department -
1 The State Bank Orlando.J. of the


Orlando Fla. Nye left last night on the 12:30
train for San Francisco Cal., wherehe The Peoples National BankilMIMtllllllllitillMI ,
will take in the sights of both expositions -
-- the Panama-Pacific and the

San Diego.Dr. .

Chas. E. Merritt, one of Win-
ter Garden's affable and affluent citizens -
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brother, Dr. J. C. Merritt, returned to
his home in west Orange yesterday. I

"
Savings checks are worth $1.04 for " "*" OlttMllilMIMIIIHilMlllliMMl ,
It's An Economy To every $1.00. 7-7-tf

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Capt. J. A. Ratliff, one of the pop-
I, Buy Now! ular freight conductors on the At-
lantic Coast Line whose friends are
limited to his acquaintances left yesterday -
Wins Grand I
to take in the sights at the
Panama-Pacific exposition at San

Francisco.Dr. Prize at San FranciscoThe

J. C. Merritt left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line

I for Denver, Colo., where he expects to

remain for the next few weeks, and only Grand Prize in the motor vehicle section of the Pan-
then join Mrs. Merritt, who is spend-
Water ama-Pacific International Exposition, and the First Medal of Honor .
Spring ing the summer at Walters Park Pa.
They will return to their pretty sub- were both awarded to PACKARD.It .
urban home about the last of Octo- is a broad tribute the Packard superiority and the quali-

ber. ties of permanent success that are back of the new

Is"ELDER"standard for
a Ask for savings checks; they are
'. your money in the bank. 7-7-tf
purity, aids digestion Packard Twin-Six
Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow, son
and eliminates and daughters Misses Helen and

i Grace, were among those leaving Or-
acidity. :: :: lando yesterday afternoon over the
Atlantic Coast Line to spend the remainder -

This being accomplished a world of sick of the summer in other II San Juan | ; y
places. The Judge and Mrs. Warlow, Garage Company'Orlando
{ ness Is saved. Nature provided Spring Water Miss Grace, and son, go to Highland,

and Spring Water alone for mankind and N. C.,while Miss Helen will visit Miss DaytonaDISTRIBUTORS

nothing can take its place.BEGIN Mary McIlwaine, at Pittsburgh, Pa. -


NOW HAND'S ICE CREAM SHIPPED TO
ALL POINTS CENTRALFLORIDA .
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. Every express train leaving the
Elder Water Co. Illllti >lll lltlllllMMUliMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItMlilMIIBIMPeople '
Spring
city these days carries with it one or
more tubs of the delicious product of
ORLANDO, FLORIDA the Hand Ice Cream Factory of this
city. The company's business is rap- Are Saving More Than Ever
Phone WRIGHT 444tttmillMMimtMMMiltlMOUIIIMIIIIIIIIIIiMIH
idly developing and cream is being
shipped as far south as Plant City
and as far north as DeLand.
The high quality of the goods put .F., 'ryYYI'
out has served to build up for this I
,
I factory an enviable reputation all
over the state. Never content with .
the excellence of their product when
.i : there remains the slightest chance for I One great benefit has come to these
DON'T ALLOW THATBIRTHDAY improvement, the of the Jo
:.. management United States through the European War. ,;
factory has lately engaged the services -
r : of an expert cream maker from ; It has made us a SAVING NATION.As .

:- : Buffalo, Oscar Crienberg, and guaran- a nation we are earning more than

: tees that in future as in the past their ever before, and we are saving more. k ._i-,:r a
OR OTHERANNIVERSARY I patrons will be served with the most i Competent authorities say that we are. 'fig'
: delicious and wholesome cream that r
: it is possible to make. richer by a quarter of a billion dollars 4
r
through invested savings. ,

l.. I'I AGAIN AT HIS PLACE OF The safest form of investment for individual -

: BUSINESSThe savings is the Savings Account.
I
t TO GO BY DEFAULTWE i '
Place your savings here and they will earn : '
friends
: many of Dr. James DeLaney -
HAVE JUST THE "CORRECT" GIFT FOR THE I were very much gratified to interest at 4 per cent.

t OCCASION : greet him yesterday at his place of :.
: business on Orange avenue, after an t i
x Prices the : illness of three weeks.SKATING .
Lowest
always when Quality is Considered. ; k 1 1


4\ : Mclntosh's orchestra RINK will furnish I I .

.-,
\ music for the dance Friday night. !
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T.
H. EVANS I. 7-21-3tc I The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

DoctorsBLlcknIasler I

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I OSTEOPATHS Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still
at Erksville, Mo.
I 132 S. Orange Ave.. abeve Peoples
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